In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1feminine irritaciónmasculine fastidiomasculine enojo Latin Americamasculine enfado Spainto cause annoyance to sb — irritar a algn
- to our great annoyance/ much to our annoyance they didn't turn up — no aparecieron, lo cual nos dio mucha rabia
- Many people present expressed their annoyance at disruptions caused by street traders.
- There is an instant change from mild anger and heavy annoyance to startled astonishment and disbelief.
- Congress Ticket holders have expressed their annoyance at the new charges.
- When he did talk it was a gentle, whispered tone, no aggression or annoyance.
- He also had a distinct air of annoyance at being given such a useless job.
- It appears that I'm not alone in my annoyance at not being able to vote in Trinidad.
- She keeps interrupting to express her annoyance at how unrealistic and ridiculous the rules are.
- Looking around, she saw to her annoyance and anger that Kathryn had placed her between Claudia and Matthew.
- Fidgeting in annoyance at his guest, David couldn't help himself when he spoke up in an aggravated tone.
- He could feel his cheeks becoming the slightest shade of pink from anger and annoyance.
- He started to walk away in annoyance at being ignored when Tara struck back.
- He expressed his annoyance at the council having to employ a consultant from Britain to advise them.
- I certainly understood her dislike of her classmates and her annoyance at their naivety.
- I saw her shock, then shock turned into annoyance, and annoyance turned into anger.
- I caught a look in his eyes as he glanced at me that was somewhere between annoyance and anger.
- Skylar narrowed his eyes in annoyance at the other teen's abrupt behaviour.
- Anger and annoyance at her came to me, as she just stood there, as if she had done nothing.
- Max burned with annoyance at the use of her real name, and with anger at the remark itself.
- His usual good humored expression had dissolved into one of annoyance and displeasure.
- A number of students have expressed their annoyance at receiving the letter.
- Rising prices are annoyances, but have to be seen in perspective.
- The book contains more than fifty examples of innovative solutions or approaches to problems or annoyances that impact our lives.
- Whether it's tailgaters or cell phone talkers, life is filled with little annoyances which can add up to big headaches.
- Further annoyances included his twitchy foot which he kept pounding excitedly against the floor next to my foot, and occasionally on top of it.
- It's telling that car alarms have become mere annoyances rather than effective tools to prevent crime.
- This tribe, picked by the female first grade teacher, was excellent - save for a few minor annoyances.
- These visual flaws are mainly annoyances and only a real problem in Episode One.
- Blogspot has no pop-up ads or other annoyances currently.
- It's up to you to not let minor annoyances become all-encompassing drama.
- Despite the many problems and annoyances, there were some bright spots to CMW, and these mostly came in the form of the performers.
- One of the many pettifogging annoyances of being a chap is the complete inability to explain how one would like one's hair cut.
- I also talked to Shawn about minor annoyances, and whether or not it was fair of me to be annoyed by them.
- She's also noticed that she functions better under stress and is less likely to get caught up in the little annoyances.
- I complain to God, or whoever else will listen, about the annoyances, the difficulties, the strains.
- Staff leaving straight after a training programme, nonsense faxes and cold calls from energy companies are the top three annoyances for small business in Bolton.
- Minor annoyances won't bother you so much because you're focused on the big picture.
- Smaller annoyances included hanging doors the wrong way and putting light switches in the wrong place.
- What other city has so many amenities, yet so little of the annoyances that make bigger cities maddening?
- Every aspect of its design is so accomplished and smoothly ergonomic that you barely notice the car is there, and drive with an enjoyment unencumbered by quirks or annoyances.
- What's really going on here is more than annoyances over a missed transfer or frazzled nerves over an abrupt stop during rush hour.
2(cause of irritation)molestia femininefastidio masculine
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