get annoyed

To get annoyed because something thinks differently than you makes no sense.
Enojarse porque alguien piensa de forma diferente a ti no tiene sentido.
You don't have any reason to get annoyed.
No tienes ninguna razón para enfadarte.
I want to get annoyed, but it's hard when I feel this comfortable.
Quiero enfadarme, pero me resulta difícil cuando estoy tan cómodo.
Hamir started to get annoyed with me because I didn't get pregnant.
Hamir empezó a enfadarse porque no me quedaba embarazada.
I want to get annoyed, but it's hard when I feel this comfortable.
Quiero enfadarme, pero me resulta difícil cuando estoy tan cómodo.
I'm starting to get annoyed, okay?
Estoy empezando a cansarme, ¿vale?
She's going to get annoyed.
Ella va a molestarse.
I am starting to get annoyed.
Estoy empezando a molestarme.
My boss started to get annoyed.
Obviamente terminó por molestar a mi jefe.
Please. Marcos said nothing. I do not want him to get annoyed at me.
-Porfavor, no le digas nada a Marcos, es que no quiero que se enfade conmigo.
Well, if we keep stepping on each other's toes, Mr. Escher, sooner or later one of us is bound to get annoyed and push back.
Bueno, si seguimos pisando dedos de los pies de cada uno, el Sr. Escher, tarde o temprano uno de nosotros está obligado a molestarse y empuje hacia atrás .
Well, if we keep stepping on each other's toes here, Mr. Escher, sooner or later one of us is bound to get annoyed and push back.
Bueno, si seguimos paso a paso en la de los demás dedos del pie aquí, Sr. Escher, tarde o temprano uno de nosotros está obligado a molestarse y empuje hacia atrás.
It is significant that the Americans themselves are beginning to get annoyed at the European hesitation waltz and our determined failure to emancipate ourselves, except in words.
Un dato significativo es que los propios americanos empiezan a sentirse molestos ante las vacilaciones de los europeos que, decididamente no llegan a emanciparse, si no es de palabra.
Bill called me so many times that I started to get annoyed.
Bill me llamó tantas veces que empecé a irritarme.
Miguel tends to get annoyed if you don't agree with him.
Miguel tiende a irritarse si no le das la razón.
The teacher used to get annoyed if we blotted our exercise books.
El profesor solía enojarse si emborronábamos nuestros cuadernos.
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