English translation of 'tourmenter'
Example Sentences Including 'tourmenter'
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Quelle attitude adopter Chantal Il n'y a pas lieu de vous tourmenter.Marie Claire
Si ce n'est, dans toute la prudence du commentaire, pour dire combien cette affaire peut tourmenter la raison commune.Le Monde (1999)
Une question, lancinante, commence à tourmenter quelques fins observateurs.Le Monde (1998)
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'tourmenter' in Other Languages
British English: pester /ˈpɛstə/ VERB
If you say that someone is pestering you, you mean that they keep asking you to do something, or keep talking to you, and you find this annoying.
He is fed up with people pestering him for money.
- American English: pester
- Arabic: يُضَايِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: incomodar
- Chinese: 纠缠
- Croatian: gnjaviti
- Czech: obtěžovat
- Danish: plage
- Dutch: lastig vallen
- European Spanish: dar la lata
- Finnish: vaivata
- French: tourmenter
- German: belästigen
- Greek: παρενοχλώ
- Italian: seccare
- Japanese: 悩ませる
- Korean: 괴롭히다
- Norwegian: plage
- Polish: gnębić
- European Portuguese: incomodar
- Romanian: a sâcâi
- Russian: докучать
- Spanish: molestar
- Swedish: besvära
- Thai: รบกวน
- Turkish: rahatsız etmek
- Ukrainian: набридати
- Vietnamese: quấy rầy
British English: plague VERB
If you are plagued by unpleasant things, they continually cause you a lot of trouble or suffering.
She was plagued by weakness, fatigue, and dizziness.
British English: rack VERB
If someone is racked by something such as illness or anxiety, it causes them great suffering or pain.
His already infirm body was racked by high fever.
British English: torment VERB
If something torments you, it causes you extreme mental suffering.
At times the memories returned to torment her.
Translation of tourmenter from the Collins French to English Dictionary