English translation of 'seccatura'
bother (no pl),
trouble (no pl)che seccatura!
what a nuisance!non voglio seccature!
I don't want any bother!
'seccatura' in Other Languages
British English: nuisance /ˈnjuːsəns/ NOUN
If you say that someone or something is a nuisance, you mean that they annoy you or cause you problems.
He could be a bit of a nuisance.
- American English: nuisance
- Arabic: إِزْعَاجٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: amolação
- Chinese: 讨厌的东西
- Croatian: smetnja
- Czech: otrava obtěžující člověk
- Danish: plage
- Dutch: lastpost
- European Spanish: molestia
- Finnish: riesa
- French: embarras
- German: Plage
- Greek: μπελάς
- Italian: seccatura
- Japanese: 厄介なもの
- Korean: 귀찮은 존재
- Norwegian: plage
- Polish: utrapienie
- European Portuguese: incómodo
- Romanian: belea
- Russian: досада
- Spanish: molestia
- Swedish: besvär
- Thai: การก่อให้เกิดความรำคาญ
- Turkish: sıkıntı
- Ukrainian: прикрість
- Vietnamese: mối phiền toái
British English: bother NOUN
Bother means trouble or difficulty. You can also use bother to refer to an activity which causes this, especially when you would prefer not to do it or get involved with it.
I usually buy sliced bread–it's less bother.
British English: hassle NOUN
A hassle is a situation that is difficult and involves problems, effort, or arguments with people.
I don't think it's worth the money or the hassle.
British English: irritant NOUN
If you describe something as an irritant, you mean that it keeps annoying you.
He said the issue was not a major irritant.
Translation of seccatura from the Collins Italian to English
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