"annoy" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

annoy
[əˈnɔɪ]
verbo transitivo
1. fastidiar, molestar , enojar (especialmente Am)
  • to get annoyed -> molestarse, enfadarse (especialmente español de España), enojarse (especialmente Am)
  • to be annoyed with somebody -> estar molesto(a) or enfadado(a) or (especialmente español de España) enojado(a) con alguien (especialmente Am)

annoy [a-noi]
  • The least sound annoys him -> el menor ruido le incomoda
va. Molestar, incomodar, hacer mal, vejar, fastidiar.

annoy [əˈnɔɪ]
verb:transitive
molestar; fastidiar
Try making a note of the things that annoy you It annoyed me that I didn't have time to do more reading It just annoyed me to hear him talking like that
he's just trying to annoy you lo que quiere es molestarte or fastidiarte; is this man annoying you, madam? ¿le está molestando este hombre, señora?; don't be annoyed if I can't come no te enfades si no puedo venir; to be annoyed about or at sth estar enfadado or molesto por algo; to be annoyed with sb estar enfadado or molesto con algn; to get annoyed enfadarse; it's no good getting annoyed with me de nada sirve enfadarte conmigo

Verb Conjugations for "annoy" (go to molestar)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I annoy I annoyed I will annoy
you annoy you annoyed you will annoy
he/she annoys he/she annoyed he/she will annoy
we annoy we annoyed we will annoy
you annoy you annoyed you will annoy
they annoy they annoyed they will annoy
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