Translation of irksome in Spanish:


fastidioso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈəːks(ə)m//ˈərksəm/


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    • A couple of years hence, it can make a significant difference between having some fault cured for free or at irksome expense.
    • It is an irksome chore, which I would rather avoid.
    • Summer had arrived and through the open door the sound of a tin whistle-playing busker/beggar grew irksome.
    • Managements may protest in all sincerity that that's all there is, or that this or that new and more irksome work practice is essential.
    • One of the most irksome things that can happen to a mobile phone user is a flat battery, and the charging devices are designed to solve the problem.
    • In conclusion I have to say it is quite tiresome and irksome to respond to some ancient email which has been dredged up and thrown back at me.
    • Accountability, and the political engagement it encourages, is always irksome to governments.
    • ‘That's so kind of you, sweetheart,’ he takes the tub with an irritatingly irksome smile on his face.
    • Equally irksome, however, is the trend for outpourings of cloying sentimentality that deface the personal columns at this time of year.
    • This irksome inmate has been driving the nation insane with her contrived ‘street savvy’ conversational technique.
    • His irksome bosses at headquarters don't comprehend the risk but I guess those in faraway command are the same all over the universe.
    • It is irksome that some common sense preventative measures are not in place.
    • Clearly, this is an irksome fact to someone whose ambitions extend beyond maximising profit.
    • It has always been irksome to publishers that they actually have to pay money to those weirdo deadbeats who wander in with manuscripts under their arms.
    • Similarly irksome is the fawning critical reception to this wretched doorstop of a book.
    • This has not only slowed down the whole process of integration but has also proved to be irksome to stakeholders in commerce.
    • Why subject yourself to an irksome book when so many sublime ones are available?
    • At least the new films have produced some satisfyingly irksome tagline puns.
    • This has the effect of reducing the slightly irksome similarity - in mood, key, pace, instrumentation - of many of the songs on offer.
    • But if restrictions off the field of play are irksome it's nothing compared to the turmoil he's going through on the pitch these days.