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Definition of annoyed adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

annoyed

 adjective
adjective
BrE BrE//əˈnɔɪd//
 
; NAmE NAmE//əˈnɔɪd//
 
[not usually before noun] Anger
 
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slightly angry synonym irritated annoyed (with somebody) (at/about something) He was beginning to get very annoyed with me about my carelessness. I was annoyed with myself for giving in so easily. I bet she was annoyed at having to write it out again. annoyed that… I was annoyed that they hadn't turned up. annoyed to find, see, etc. He was annoyed to find himself going red. See related entries: AngerExtra examples I was a little annoyed about the whole thing. I was annoyed by her remarks. Lianne felt slightly annoyed with herself. We enjoyed the game but were rather annoyed at being beaten. He tried to ignore the annoyed looks from the other customers. He was beginning to get very annoyed with me about my attitude. I was annoyed (that) they hadn’t turned up.
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