Definition of 'annoying'
Example sentences containing 'annoying'
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It was the least he could do to thank them for taking care of a very annoying problem. WILD JUSTICE (2002)
Trends of 'annoying'
In Common Usage. annoying is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'annoying'
British English: annoying /əˈnɔɪɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
An annoying person or action makes you feel quite angry and impatient.
It's very annoying when this happens.
- American English: annoying
- Arabic: مُضَايِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: irritante
- Chinese: 讨厌
- Croatian: koji dodijava
- Czech: protivný
- Danish: irriterende
- Dutch: ergerlijk
- European Spanish: fastidioso
- Finnish: ärsyttävä
- French: embêtant
- German: ärgerlich
- Greek: ενοχλητικός
- Italian: irritante
- Japanese: うるさい
- Korean: 귀찮은
- Norwegian: irriterende
- Polish: drażniący
- European Portuguese: irritante
- Romanian: supărătorenervant, enervantă
- Russian: раздражающий
- Spanish: fastidioso
- Swedish: irriterande
- Thai: น่ารำคาญ
- Turkish: sinir bozucu
- Ukrainian: дражливий
- Vietnamese: gây khó chịu
Definition of annoying from the Collins English Dictionary
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