досаждать; докучать; надоедать; наскучить; раздражать
- "Ooh, a belly dancer," I said to annoy Claire.
- There was a ring of thorn trees that we never cut, d'ye see? for they said 'twould annoy the Little People."
- She really only said it to annoy these old friends of her mother's.
- They could annoy a saint, let alone a man who's a mixture of anger and sensitivity.
- The darker side of my character is finally emerging (nya, ha, ha), so watch out if you annoy me.
- Knowing that it would annoy Geoffrey, Anthony braced himself for the ensuing argument.
- If they annoy suck-holing, spittle-licking, brain-dead Tory scum like you so much, then they must be doing their job.
- Then it's the one that's bound to annoy.
- But trying military wrongdoers may annoy the armed forces, and provoke a fresh coup.
- Let him assume that she knows how annoying it is and does it to annoy - if you know your job he will not notice the immense improbability of the assumption.
- And as for ad spots during the games, they're there all right, but they're part of life, accepted, they don't annoy anyone."
- For the rest of the match he proceeded to annoy me and my fellow spectators by positioning himself right between us and the action.
- Can't the Watch Committee rid the police of the hooligan element gangs of young and hefty idlers squat on the pavement or lurk in subways to annoy passers-by, to play tricks on defenceless shop assistants, or to gamble in the face of the public.