annoy


annoy
1. III
annoy smb.
1) don't annoy father не мешай отцу; you're annoying me ты мне действуешь на нервы; the heat (the flies, the noise, etc.) would annoy anyone жара и т. д. доведут кого угодно; these formalities always annoy me меня всегда раздражают /выводят из себя/ эти формальности
2) is this man annoying you? этот человек пристает к вам?; stop annoying the girl перестаньте приставать к девушке
2. IV
annoy smb. in some manner annoy smb. greatly (intensely, constantly, etc.) сильно /очень/ и т. д. раздражать /злить/ кого-л.
3. XI
be /feel/ (get) annoyed at smth. be /feel/ (get) annoyed at smb.'s remarks (at smb. annoy intrusion, at smb.'s behaviour, at the thought of smth., etc.) раздражиться /сердиться/ по поводу чьих-л. замечаний и т. д.; I am annoyed at his manner of not answering a direct question меня злит его манера увиливать от ответа на прямой вопрос; she was annoyed at the tone of his letter тон его письма вызвал у нее раздражение; be annoyed with smb. be annoyed with one's wife (with one's children, with one's neighbour, etc.) сердиться /злиться/ на жену и т. д.; why are you so annoyed with her? почему /чем/ она вас так раздражает?; be /feel/ (get) annoyed with smb., for smth. (for doing smth.,) he was /felt/ (got) annoyed with her for being late он рассердился на нее за опоздание; be annoyed to do smth. I was greatly annoyed to learn that he couldn't come я очень рассердился, когда узнал, что он не сможет прийти; be /feel/ (get) annoyed when. .. I was /felt/ (got) annoyed when he refused to help я почувствовал раздражение, когда он отказался помочь
4. XXI1
annoy smb. with smth. annoy smb. with questions (with unfounded claims, with remarks, etc.) раздражать кого-л. /надоедать, досаждать, докучать кому-л./ вопросами и т. д.; she annoyed me with her innumerable complaints меня раздражали ее бесконечные жалобы, она донимала меня своими бесконечными /бесчисленными/ жалобами
5. XXII
annoy smb. by doing smth. annoy him by sobbing (by asking questions, by interrupting all the time, etc.) раздражать его хныканьем и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Annoy — An*noy ([a^]n*noi ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Annoyed} ([a^]n*noid ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Annoying}.] [OE. anoien, anuien, OF. anoier, anuier, F. ennuyer, fr. OF. anoi, anui, enui, annoyance, vexation, F. ennui. See {Annoy}, n.] To disturb or irritate,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • annoy — vb 1 Annoy, vex, irk, bother mean to disturb and nervously upset a person. Annoy stresses loss of equanimity or patience as a result of being forced to endure something that one finds obnoxious or offensive or sometimes merely displeasing or… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Annoy — An*noy , n. [OE. anoi, anui, OF. anoi, anui, enui, fr. L. in odio hatred (esse alicui in odio, Cic.). See {Ennui}, {Odium}, {Noisome}, {Noy}.] A feeling of discomfort or vexation caused by what one dislikes; also, whatever causes such a feeling;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • annoy — [ə noi′] vt. [ME anoien < OFr anoier < VL inodiare < in odio habere (or esse), to have (or be) in hate: see ODIUM] 1. to irritate, bother, or make somewhat angry, as by a repeated action, noise, etc. 2. to harm by repeated attacks;… …   English World dictionary

  • annoy — I verb acerbate, affront, aggravate, badger, bedevil, bother, chafe, cross, discommode, discompose, displease, disquiet, distress, disturb, enrage, exasperate, fester, fret, gall, get on the nerves of, grate, grieve, harass, harm, harry, heckle,… …   Law dictionary

  • annoy — (v.) late 13c., from Anglo Fr. anuier, O.Fr. enoiier, anuier to weary, vex, anger; be troublesome or irksome to, from L.L. inodiare make loathsome, from L. (esse) in odio (it is to me) hateful, ablative of odium hatred (see ODIUM (Cf. odium)).… …   Etymology dictionary

  • annoy — [v] irritate, upset abrade, agitate, ask for it*, badger, be at*, bedevil, beleaguer, be on the back of*, bore, bother, break, bug, burn up, chafe, displease, distress, disturb, egg on*, exasperate, fire up*, gall, get, gnaw, harass, harry, heat… …   New thesaurus

  • annoy — ► VERB 1) make slightly angry. 2) pester or harass. 3) archaic harm or attack repeatedly. DERIVATIVES annoyance noun annoyed adjective annoying adjective. ORIGIN Old French anoier, from Latin …   English terms dictionary

  • annoy — verb ADVERB ▪ intensely, really ▪ His air of calm superiority annoyed her intensely. ▪ It really annoys me when people forget to say thank you. VERB + ANNOY ▪ be beginning to …   Collocations dictionary

  • annoy — 1. verb a) To disturb or irritate, especially by continued or repeated acts; to bother with unpleasant deeds. Marc loved his sister, but when she annoyed him he wanted to switch her off. b) To do something to upset or anger someone; to be… …   Wiktionary

  • annoy — verb Etymology: Middle English anoien, from Anglo French anuier, ennoier, from Late Latin inodiare to make loathsome, from Latin in + odium hatred more at odium Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. to disturb or …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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