Definition of 'obnoxious'
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And all the time she sounds just like the obnoxious character from the telly show. The Sun (2012)They mouth off in custody and their behaviour is obnoxious. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In that moment he finally shed all traces of obnoxious behaviour and became ambitious. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is as if they have been designed by a particularly obnoxious quango. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My father considers them loud and obnoxious. The Sun (2015)This was not hard given that they were extremely loud and obnoxious whilst boarding and finding their seats. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He doesn't appear at all obnoxious or arrogant to me. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The two men she worked for were brothers, both loud and obnoxious. Christianity Today (2000)If you can't win at sport without resorting to obnoxious behaviour, it is because you lack something. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'obnoxious'
British English: obnoxious /əbˈnɒkʃəs/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as obnoxious, you think that they are very unpleasant.
He was a most obnoxious man. No-one liked him.
- American English: obnoxious
- Arabic: بَغِيضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: antipático
- Chinese: 不愉快的
- Croatian: odbojan
- Czech: odporný
- Danish: modbydelig
- Dutch: aanstootgevend
- European Spanish: detestable
- Finnish: vastenmielinen
- French: odieux
- German: abscheulich
- Greek: αντιπαθητικός
- Italian: sgradevole
- Japanese: 気にさわる
- Korean: 불쾌한
- Norwegian: avskyelig
- Polish: przykry
- European Portuguese: antipático
- Romanian: insuportabil
- Russian: несносный
- Spanish: detestable
- Swedish: outhärdlig
- Thai: น่ารังเกียจ
- Turkish: iğrenç
- Ukrainian: неприємний
- Vietnamese: rất khó chịu
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