German translation of 'pester'
Example Sentences Including 'pester'
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So stop pestering us for details.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
And stop pestering me, Anna.The Glasgow Girls (1994)
A You say your mum paid the money just to get the salesman to stop pestering her.The Sun (2012)
She pestered her parents for acting lessons and got in on a scholarship.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
She went on and on about it so in the end I entered a competition in a magazine, just to stop her pestering me.The Sun (2012)
So many parents are pestered and run out of patience and then they give in because the last thing they want is a row.The Sun (2011)
We found email addresses for potential managers and agents and just pestered people.The Sun (2012)
I remember being huddled on the dark sands, pestering my parents for a ride on the donkeys.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
I think they caved in just to stop her pestering them.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
A FIRM that offered to block nuisance phone calls has been fined for pestering people itself.The Sun (2015)
Her mother is pestering me and constantly rings and texts.The Sun (2014)
Instead, they want her to stop pestering them so frequently.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
People feel pestered in nightclubs.The Sun (2014)
Stop pestering her or it could feel like harassment.The Sun (2014)
The company has continually pestered me to insure with it after I had a quotation some years ago.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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'pester' 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
Translation of pester from the Collins English to German Dictionary
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