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annoying
ə'nɔɪɪŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Causing irritation or annoyance.
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of troubling or annoying someone.
Hyphenationan•noy•ing
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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恼人nǎorénannoying; irksome; to irritate
讨厌tǎoyànto dislike; to loathe; disagreeable; troublesome; annoying
可气kěqìannoying; irritating; exasperating
惹人厌rěrén yànannoying; disgusting
òuto annoy; to irritate; to be annoyed; to sulk
欠扁qiànbiǎnannoying; infuriating; deserving of a good spanking
磨人mórénannoying; bothersome; to fret; to be peevish
缠夹chánjiāto annoy; to bother; to harass
惹毛rěmáo(coll.) to irritate; to annoy; to piss somebody off
搅扰jiǎorǎoto disturb; to annoy
气人qìrénto anger; to annoy
烦人fánrénto annoy; annoying; irritating; troublesome
sāo(same as ) to scratch lightly, to irritate; to annoy
jiǎoto disturb; to annoy; to mix; to stir
vexingly verbose or wordy; prosy; complicated; annoying
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