简明英汉词典

annoy
[E5nCi]
vt.
使苦恼, 骚扰

美国传统词典[双解]

annoy
an.noy
AHD:[…-noi“]
D.J.[*6n%i]
K.K.[*6n%!]
v.(动词)
an.noyedan.noy.ingan.noys
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To cause slight irritation to (another) by troublesome, often repeated acts.
使生气,使烦恼:用烦人的,通常是重复性的行为使(别人)生气

(2)

To harass or disturb by repeated attacks.
打搅,干扰,扰乱:用屡次的攻击使人厌烦或打扰
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To be annoying.
招人讨厌,惹人烦恼

语源

(1)

Middle English anoien
中古英语 anoien

(2)

from Old French anoier, ennuyer
源自 古法语 anoier, ennuyer

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *inodi3e [to make odious]
源自 俗拉丁语 *inodi3e [招人讨厌]

(4)

from Latin in odio [odious]
源自 拉丁语 in odio [可憎的,讨厌的]

(5)

in [in] * see in- 2
in [在…里] *参见 in-2

(6)

odi?} [ablative of] odium [hatred] * see od-
odi?} [] odium的夺格 [憎恶] *参见 od-

参考词汇

(1)

annoyirritatebotherirkvexprovokeaggravatepeeverile

(2)

These verbs mean to disturb or disquiet a person so as to evoke moderate anger.
这些动词的意思是打搅或扰乱某人使之生气。

(3)

Annoy refers to mild disturbance caused by an act that tries one's patience:
Annoy 指用超过某人耐性的行为引起某人轻微的不安:
The sound of footsteps on the bare floor annoyed the downstairs neighbors.
楼上地板的脚步声吵得楼下住户心烦。

(4)

Irritate is closely related but somewhat stronger:
Irritate 词意思相近但程度上强一些:
Your interruptions only serve to irritate the entire staff.
你的打扰只能让全体职员都很不快。

(5)

Bother implies troublesome imposition:
Bother 表示烦人的干扰:
Hasn't he bothered them enough with his phone calls?
难道他的电话声对别人的干扰还不够吗?

(6)

Irk connotes a wearisome quality:
Irk 含有使人厌烦的性质:
The city council's failure to take action on the legislation irked the community.
市政局立法措施的失败引起了公众的不满。

(7)

Vex applies to an act capable of arousing anger or perplexity:
Vex 指一种足以引起别人生气或困惑的行为:
Hecklers in the crowd asked irrelevant questions for the sole purpose of vexing the speaker.
人群中的发问者们问了些不相干的问题,只是为了难住发言人。

(8)

Provoke implies strong and often deliberate incitement to anger:
Provoke 指强烈地故意煽动别人愤怒:
Her behavior was enough to provoke an angel.
她的行为足以让天使发怒。

(9)

Aggravate is an approximate equivalent:
Aggravate 意思与前面一个词基本相同:
“Threats only served to aggravate people in such cases” (Thackeray).
“这种情况下威胁不过是为了激怒人们” (萨克雷)。

(10)

Peeve, somewhat informal in tone, suggests rather minor disturbance that produces a querulous, resentful response:
Peeve 语气上有些非正式,指很小的干扰引起了牢骚的,怨恨的反应:
The flippancy of your answer peeved me. To
你轻率的回答令我懊恼。至于

(11)

rile is to upset one's equanimity and stir one up:
rile 一词指使某人失去平静,煽动起某人:
It riled me no end to listen to such lies.
这致使我没完没了地听这种谎话

现代英汉词典

annoy
[E5nCI]
vt.
annoyed, annoying
使烦恼;使生气
annoy with
生…的气
annoy at
讨厌某事
These flies are annoying me.
这些苍蝇真让人讨厌。
We're annoyed at his cavalier treatment of his old friends.
他用这种傲慢的态度对待老朋友,我们都感到气愤。

现代英汉综合大辞典

annoy
[E5nCi]
vt.

(1)

使生气, 使不高兴, 使烦恼

(2)

招惹; 妨碍

(3)

伤害; 骚扰
He looked annoyed.
他好象不耐烦的样子。
We can annoy the enemy by raids.
我们可以用空袭骚扰敌人。

词性变化

annoy
[E5nCi]
vi.
骚扰; 伤害; 烦恼

继承用法

annoyer
n.

习惯用语

be annoyed with sb. for sth.
对(某人)为(某事)而生气

be annoyed with sb. at sth.
对(某人)为(某事)而生气

参考词汇
annoy     bother     irritate    
都含有“使恼怒”或 “使烦恼”的意思。

(1)

annoy 指由于干扰、不顺利或受不了某种外界情况等而“使烦恼、懊恼”,如:
I was annoyed by his bad manners.
他的无礼使我恼怒。

(2)

bother 指不停地“扰乱”、“麻烦”, 使人不能安宁, 而产生烦恼的心理。 如:
Pardon me for bothering you with such a small matter.
请原谅我为这点小事麻烦你。

(3)

irritate 表示“恼怒”、“不耐烦”的意思, 比 annoy 更为强烈, 着重指一种暂时或短期的“恼怒”, 如:
His explanation irritated us all.
他的解释使我们都恼火了。
comfort     soothe    

用法词典

annoy
中古英语anoien<古法语anoier<民间拉丁语inodiar
英文相关词典

annoy
disturb    irritate    tease    vex    comfort    gratify    please    relieve    

美国传统词典

annoy
an.noy
AHD:[…-noi“]
D.J.[*6n%i]
K.K.[*6n%!]
v.
an.noyed, an.noy.ing, an.noys
v.tr.

(1)

To cause slight irritation to (another) by troublesome, often repeated acts.

(2)

To harass or disturb by repeated attacks.
v.intr.
To be annoying.

语源

(1)

Middle English anoien

(2)

from Old French anoier, ennuyer

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *inodi3e [to make odious]

(4)

from Latin in odio [odious]

(5)

in [in] * see in- 2

(6)

odi?} [ablative of] odium [hatred] * see od-

参考词汇

(1)

annoy, irritate, bother, irk, vex, provoke, aggravate, peeve, rile

(2)

These verbs mean to disturb or disquiet a person so as to evoke moderate anger.

(3)

Annoy refers to mild disturbance caused by an act that tries one's patience:
The sound of footsteps on the bare floor annoyed the downstairs neighbors.

(4)

Irritate is closely related but somewhat stronger:
Your interruptions only serve to irritate the entire staff.

(5)

Bother implies troublesome imposition:
Hasn't he bothered them enough with his phone calls?

(6)

Irk connotes a wearisome quality:
The city council's failure to take action on the legislation irked the community.

(7)

Vex applies to an act capable of arousing anger or perplexity:
Hecklers in the crowd asked irrelevant questions for the sole purpose of vexing the speaker.

(8)

Provoke implies strong and often deliberate incitement to anger:
Her behavior was enough to provoke an angel.

(9)

Aggravate is an approximate equivalent:
“Threats only served to aggravate people in such cases” (Thackeray).

(10)

Peeve, somewhat informal in tone, suggests rather minor disturbance that produces a querulous, resentful response:
The flippancy of your answer peeved me. To

(11)

rile is to upset one's equanimity and stir one up:
It riled me no end to listen to such lies.

英汉化学大词典

annoy
vt.使...烦恼,打扰

英汉计算机大词典

annoy
vt.使...烦恼(打扰)

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