ASK A QUESTION How do you say 'You're a pain in the ***' in Spanish?
How do you say 'You're a pain in the ***' in Spanish?
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Eres un pesado or Eres una lata - one of those might do the trick
¡Eres muy fregón! ....... ¡No friegues, Guey!
¡Eres muy molestón!
¡Eres muy latoso! ....... ¡Das mucha lata!
¡Eres muy pesado!
"Eres una ladilla". Not very polite, and not understood or used everywhere. But very close in intensity and feel to the original quoted.
I think it's just "Eres pesado" but maybe you can say it both ways, or maybe I am wrong. At any rate you can also say "Me caes pesado/gordo". Or even better "Eres insoportable"
Edit: I guess "eres un pesado" is like "you are a pain" and "eres pesado" is like "you are very annoying".
"Eres un "cansino" or "un plasta"
I think maybe I have seen "eres una vaina"
I have also seen "Qué friega" used something like "what a pain in the @&#" or "what a drag." I wonder if it is ever used to refer to someone, "eres una friega"
Sos un cansón, sos una cansona.