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Present participleconjugation ofannoy.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (irritating)
a. molesto
It's so annoying when you forget to save your work and then the power goes out.Es muy molesto cuando te olvidas de guardar el trabajo y luego hay un corte de electricidad.
b. irritante
The refrigerator is making an annoying sound.Hay un sonido irritante que viene del refrigerador.
c. fastidioso
How annoying having to redo the whole document!¡Qué fastidioso tener que volver a hacer el documento entero!
d. pesado
Felipe is so annoying. He won't shut up about how he won at poker last night.Felipe es tan pesado. No deja de hablar de cómo ganó en el póker anoche.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. molesto(a), irritante
he has an annoying habit of interrupting metiene la mala or molesta costumbre de interrumpirme
how annoying!¡qué fastidio!
annoying [əˈnɔɪɪŋ]
[+habit, noise] molesto; irritante; [+person] irritante; pesado
she has the annoying habit of phoning at midnight
the annoying thing about it is that ... lo que más me fastidia del asunto es que ...; how annoying! ¡qué fastidio!; it's annoying to have to wait es un fastidio tener que esperar; he's such an annoying person! ¡qué hombre más irritante or pesado!; I find her very annoying me resulta muy pesada; I find it very annoying me molesta mucho
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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