- vt. 打擾,干擾 cause sb trouble
- vt. 使煩惱,使惱怒 make a little angry
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations;
"Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"
"It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
- We can annoy the enemy by raids.
- Some peoples' daily mission is to annoy you!
- Sorry, am I annoying you?
- He really annoyed me in the meeting this morning.
- I don't dislike her, but she just annoys me sometimes.
- You must try at least not to annoy her.
- Please go away and stop annoying me!
- Stop annoying me and do leave.
- Is this man annoying you?
- These flies are annoying me.
- He swatted a fly that was annoying him.
- The mosquitoes annoyed me so much I couldn't sleep.
- His aggressive tone annoyed me.
- His constant snoring annoys me.
- His constant joking was beginning to annoy her.
- He couldn't spell, which particularly annoyed her.
- What annoys me is the way he won't even listen to other people's suggestions.
- Loud music annoys me.
- The interruptions annoyed the speaker.
- The noise from the street traffic annoyed me.
- Waiting in line for hours annoys me.
- We can annoy the enemy by raids.
- The young man annoyed the bull with a red rag.
- If you annoy the cat she will scratch you.
- Anyone else in my place would have been annoyed.
- She looked annoyed.
- He was annoyed about the matter.
- I am very annoyed about that bus conductor.
- What are you getting so annoyed about?
- He is not easily annoyed at trifles.
- I'm very much annoyed at his behavior.
- The Dean was vastly annoyed at the committee's delay.
- She was annoyed at his remarks.
- Her mother looked annoyed at the mention of this.
- She was annoyed at your saying that.
- She is annoyed at arriving late.
- He's annoyed at being left out in the cold.
- She is annoyed at〔with〕 him for making too many calls.
- He became excessively annoyed at〔with〕 newspaper reports.
- His landlady felt annoyed at 〔with〕 him.
- I was annoyed by hecklers during the last half of my speech.
- I hope you won't be annoyed by all my questions.
- I'm annoyed every day by the slow bus service in this town.
- The librarian was annoyed by their loud talk.
- They were annoyed by the cold and the starvation.
- He was feeling annoyed for no known reason.
- Dorian is never annoyed with me.
- I saw that Jamie was becoming annoyed with me.
- I was much annoyed with him.
- I was annoyed with him because he kept interrupting me.
- From his tone I judged he was annoyed with someone.
- Her sister was annoyed with her boy friend.
- I'm annoyed with myself.
- I was annoyed with myself for making such a stupid mistake.
- He was annoyed with his child for wanting to go to the park in the rain.
- He was annoyed with you for your persistency.
- She felt annoyed to learn that Richard would not be able to come to the party.
- He was annoyed to learn that the train would be delayed.
- She was annoyed to learn that she had failed in the make-up examination.
- She was annoyed to see that all the guests had left.
- She was annoyed to see her clothes getting so dirty.
- I was annoyed to miss the train.
- The boy is annoyed that he has been kept at home all day.
- He was annoyed that we had one of his cushions.
- She is annoyed that he often calls in the middle of the night.
- She is annoyed that he has not answered her letter.
- It annoyed her to think that she had trusted him.
- It annoyed me to think how much time we had wasted.
- It annoyed me to miss the train.
- It annoys me to see him getting ahead of me.
- It greatly annoyed him to be kept waiting so long.
- It annoyed us that they took so long to answer.
- It annoys me that she just assumes we'll all fit in with her plans.
- It annoyed him that he would never be able to sing again.
- It really annoys me when people expect me to tip as well as pay a service charge in a restaurant.
- It really annoys me when people forget to say thank you.
- It really annoys me when you don't listen to what I'm saying.
- annoy the enemy 騷擾敵人
- be annoyed about 為…感到煩惱
- be annoyed about the matter 因這事煩惱
- be annoyed at 為…而生氣
- be annoyed at the boy's stupidity 因孩子的愚蠢而煩惱
- be annoyed at trifles 為小事而感到不高興
- be annoyed beyond measure 生氣極了
- be annoyed by complaints 為種種抱怨而感到煩惱
- be annoyed by the neighbours 受鄰居打擾
- be annoyed with 對(某人)生氣
- be annoyed with the boy 對這個小男孩生氣
- annoy表示“因…而生氣”時,常用于be ～ed 結構。be annoyed后常接介詞at, by, with，介詞with之后一般只接人；be annoyed之后還常接動詞不定式或that從句。
- be annoyed結構一般不用very修飾,但可用much或very much修飾。
She is annoyed that he has not answered her letter.
- annoyed，過去分詞用作定語用法時，若果該動詞的動作不是由所修飾的名詞施加，則用very，如 his very amused look和her very annoyed tone。
- annoy, bother, disturb, interfere, interrupt, irritate, trouble, worry 參見bother條。
- ☆ 13世紀中期進入英語，直接源自盎格魯法語的enoiier，意為使疲倦，使惱怒；最初源自后期拉丁語的inodiare，意為使人厭煩。
- annoyance n. 生氣，煩惱‖annoying adj. 討厭的，惱人的