Definition of 'annoyance'
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In the table below, we compare the big players in the key areas that cause the most annoyance. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His position weakened in August after he expressed annoyance over a lack of new signings as the transfer deadline approached. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And if he feels annoyance at another game on the bench, he will not moan about it to them. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The Government is attempting to cover up a study that claims that aircraft noise causes more annoyance than previously thought. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some Tory MPs expressed annoyance that the proposals were being dropped. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The only real annoyance is the game's commentary, which is lame and repetitive. The Sun (2013)I dare to express annoyance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It may have caused great annoyance to the dons to have people with no scholarly distinction recognised in such a way, but the students seemed thrilled. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They had a night of blazing anger and sorrow, and perhaps love, much to the annoyance of the neighbours. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Much to the annoyance of the crowd, the home team seemed to be on the receiving end of the referee's whistle. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So rather than let them make me feel bad, I express my annoyance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'annoyance'
British English: annoyance NOUN
Annoyance is the feeling that you get when someone makes you feel fairly angry or impatient.
To her annoyance the stranger did not go away.
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