Definition of 'frustrate'
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No doubt you will wish to make the necessary naval dispositions to frustrate that design. LOHENGRINThere was something fundamentally weak about her: not a difficult woman to frustrate by a fait accompli. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)Danlo's natural nobility and his adamantine resolve not to hate seemed only to frustrate Pedar. THE BROKEN GOD
It was a major problem, because I suspected this job was only being placed on hold to frustrate me. A TASTE OF REALITY
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Translations for 'frustrate'
British English: frustrate VERB
If something frustrates you, it upsets or angers you because you are unable to do anything about the problems it creates.
These questions frustrated me.
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