làm trái ý, làm khó chịu, làm bực mình; chọc tức, làm cho tức giận
quấy rầy, làm phiền
(quân sự) quấy nhiễu, quấy rối (kẻ địch)
(thơ ca), (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) (như) annoyance
annoys|annoyed|annoyingə'nɔɪ verb +cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
1 irritate, bother, irk, vex, nettle, get on (someone's) nerves, exasperate, provoke, incense, rile, madden, Colloq get at:
The anonymous telephone calls were beginning to annoy us.
2 pester, harass, harry, badger, nag, plague, molest, bedevil, Colloq bug, needle, hassle, Slang get up someone's nose:
Stop annoying me with your persistent requests for money.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1 to make sb slightly angry Synonym: IRRITATE [VN] His constant joking was beginning to annoy her. + It really annoys me when people forget to say thank you. + I'm sure she does it just to annoy me. +[VN to inf] It annoys me to see him getting ahead of me. 2[VN] to make sb uncomfortable or unable to relax Synonym: BOTHER He swatted a fly that was annoying him.
Collocation Dictionary verb
His air of calm superiority annoyed her intensely. It really annoys me when people forget to say thank you.
VERB + ANNOY
be beginning to
The wasps were beginning to annoy me.
do sth just/only to annoy sb
I only stay out late to annoy my parents.
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