Annoy ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Annoy ( verb )

  1. To cause mild irritation or annoyance to (someone).
  2. To make (someone) feel mildly irritated or frustrated.

Origin:

From the old french "anoyer" meaning "to trouble".

Examples:

  1. His constant chatter is starting to annoy me.
  2. She was annoyed by the delay in her flight.
  3. The noise from the construction site was annoying the residents.
  4. He was annoyed by her constant complaining.
  5. The constant interruptions were annoying him during the meeting.

(As a noun)

Annoy ( noun )

  1. To cause mild irritation or annoyance to (someone).
  2. To make (someone) feel mildly irritated or frustrated.

Origin:

From the old french "anoyer" meaning "to trouble".

Examples:

  1. His constant chatter is starting to annoy me.
  2. She was annoyed by the delay in her flight.
  3. The noise from the construction site was annoying the residents.
  4. He was annoyed by her constant complaining.
  5. The constant interruptions were annoying him during the meeting.
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