Definition of 'distracting'
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She knew they were distracting her from dealing with the problem of her mother. LOOKING FOR THE SPARKIt's a bad habit, distracting, apt to make you preoccupied with correlations that don't exist... WHISTLER IN THE DARKFrom her rough capture she still hurt, a constant, distracting gnaw. A TIME OF WAR
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Translations for 'distracting'
British English: distracting ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is distracting, you mean that it makes it difficult for you to concentrate properly on what you are doing.
It's distracting to have someone watching me while I work.
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