Traducción de vexation en Español:


irritación, n.

Pronunciación /vɛkˈseɪʃ(ə)n//vɛkˈseɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    irritación femenino
    the vexations of everyday living las tribulaciones de la vida diaria
    • We can no longer afford to dismiss the vexations of terror now that they have invaded our own spiritual and intellectual terrain.
    • Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit.
    • You're involved in an academic setting which, I'm sure has its vexations, but it beats the factory.
    • The technical difficulties encountered in the display of Net-based media are just part of the vexations that plague curators as they attempt to incorporate this work into a gallery setting.
    • All distress, annoyance, frustration, vexation and so on is a reaction to things perceived through the senses, usually of sight or hearing.
    • This point is really a vexation of the mind and a frittering way of precious energy.
    • I would rather do that than attempt to define what vexation and oppression mean; they must vary with the circumstances of each case.
    • Here the delusion of judicial immortality takes its most pathetic form, blind to vanity and vexation of spirit.
    • But it is hard to deny that the noise of departure by persons who may have had too much liquor constitutes a vexation to those living nearby.
    • My whole temperament is quickened, my understanding sharpened, and all mundane vexations and temptations depart.
    • The man seemed to have grasped the essence of standing aloof from worldly anxieties and vexations.
    • The lens in this collection is focused very carefully upon the quotidian, with all of its utterly familiar vexations.
    • I began to notice it about 10 years ago, in my early middle age, when the larger vexations of adulthood - don't get me started - were becoming real to me for the first time.
    • It is easy to dismiss racial profiling and other examples of prejudice as minor vexations when the nation faces deadly attacks on its citizens both here and abroad.
    • It was my well-won reward after the trials on the road and the vexations by which for several years various officials had endeavoured to prevent my wanderings in Tibet.
    • If the Social Democratic policy has chafed occasionally, the benefits far outweigh the vexations.
    • But it was in the decisions they made to cause vexation that slaves most forcefully expressed their humanity, and their opposition to the institution that oppressed them.
    • I could tell there was a certain vexation that had overcome him, as though talking to me was some sort of obtuse chore and not a pleasant experience.
    • But minor vexations are not the same as an assault on fundamental liberties.
    • I find I am much less argumentative with people in person when I have the opportunity to work through vexations in the peculiarly public way blogging allows.
  • 2

    desconcierto masculino
    • While I wish them all luck I cannot say I have much patience for their vexation.
    • Still, there are egregious cases of blatant exploitation of the suffering of victims which apparently evoke no outrage, no vexation among the supporters of the war.
    • To her extreme vexation, she was once put on the national curriculum for 12 to 15-year-olds.
    • You sense the writing itself begin to twitch with vexation at being unable to realise the inner life of the Hispanic tobacco-leaf rollers.
    • By implication, the realist who meets force with force without vexation or anxiety is the one who fails to experience the sublime.
    • To understand my vexation with this, let me share my schedule from this past week with you: five engineering midterms, five days.
    • A look of vexation crossed Lily's face then, and for a moment D.J. was afraid he'd said something wrong.
    • She delayed agreeing to his suggestions and changes and thereby caused considerable vexation both to Dickens and to his sub-editor.
    • She leaned forward and rubbed her temples, sighing in vexation.
    • The cumulative effect is not a developing argument but a gut sense of Sebald's inconsolable vexation.
    • This may be a trial that every sportsman must undergo, but the focus on the player also arises from a manager's vexation with his own malfunctioning plans.
    • He's gone back to staring at me, this time with far more vexation and hostility.
    • Isly bit her lip in vexation as tears poured down her cheeks.
    • It sort of simmers and bubbles and from time to time erupts into a lava-like spasm of vexation, pique and peevishness.
    • Tedium and vexation accompany us as we wait with impatience to make a way out of our homelessness in a hobbling, heartless world into a shelter prepared for us from the foundation of the earth.
    • In my opinion no recovery has been justified on the evidence with respect to mental distress, vexation, etc.
    • And such challenges may be used as an instrument of delay or vexation at every assize throughout the kingdom.
    • He would promptly quit in vexation (crayons flying through the air like so much shrapnel) and would take incredible cajoling and persuasion to try again.
    • ‘Blame it on me, why don't you,’ I muttered in vexation.
    • Despite the huge vexation it certainly causes, many of us have become so accustomed to it that we look upon it as a ‘normal’ phenomenon or something laughable.