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annoy */*/
UK [əˈnɔɪ] / US verb [transitive]
Word forms "annoy":
present tense I/you/we/they annoy he/she/it annoys present participle annoying past tense annoyed past participle annoyed
to make someone feel slightly angry or impatient

I don't dislike her, but she just annoys me sometimes.

It annoyed her to think that she had trusted him.

it annoys someone that/when/how etc:

It really annoys me when you don't listen to what I'm saying.


English dictionary. 2014.