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    1) General subject: aggravate, annoy, badger, bind (поучениями), bore, bother, cloy, devil, dun, fuss, give (smb.) a pain in the neck (кому-л.), harry, hassle, herry, importune, interfere, make oneself a nuisance, make weary, molest, nickel and dime, nickel-and-dimed, nickel-and-diming, nickeled-and-dimed, nickeling-and-diming, niggle, pall (обыкн. pall on), peeve, pester, tease, tire, trouble, urge, weary, worry, buzz about, get on wick, make a nuisance of oneself, make a nuisance of oneself, make oneself a nuisance, persecute, keep at with (кому-л., чем-л.), get old (о шутке и т.п.), din
    3) American: wig (кому-л.), stick in craw
    4) Obsolete: irk
    5) Rare: hatchel
    6) Australian slang: crap off, get in ( smb.'s) hair, get up (smb.'s) nose, nark, pick on, pull (smb.'s) leg, rough-house
    7) Scottish language: deave
    8) Jargon: bind (поучениями и т.п.), fool around, get (one's), get in (one's) hair, goat, bone, drag, ear, get, hound
    9) Makarov: get on (smb.'s) wick, make oneself a nuisance (to), ply, cheese off, feed up
    10) Taboo: ball somebody up (кому-л.), break somebody's balls (кому-л.), bugger somebody off (кому-л.), futz about (usu futz about with something), screw somebody (кому-л.), screw somebody up (кому-л.), stick like shit to a blanket
    11) Phraseological unit: grind( one's) gears, harsh (one's) mellow
    12) Idiomatic expression: under my skin

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    1) General subject: acerbate, aggravate, anger, annoy, annoy (кого-л.), arouse (кого-либо), badger, chafe, crab (кого-л.), curdle, discomfit, disgruntle, displease, embitter, enchafe, envenom, exacerbate, exasperate, exasperate (ранку, болячку), exulcerate, fray, gall, get down, get in hair (кого-л.), get on nerves, get on one's nerves, get somebody's back up, get under the skin, give the needle, give the pip (кого-л.), goad, grate, grate on, (обыкн. on) grater, harry, heat, herry, huff, irritate, itch, jangle, jar, jar (on, upon), madden, mag, make nervous (кого-л.), nag, nark, needle, nettle, peeve, prod, provoke, put somebody's back up (кого-либо), rasp, roil, roughen, rouse, rub, rub the fur the wrong way, rub the wrong way, ruffle, set somebody's back up (кого-либо), set somebody's nerves on edge, shake up, sour, spite, stick pins into (кого-л.), stroke against the hair (кого-л.), stroke the fur the wrong way, stroke the wrong way, to stroke fur the wrong way (кого-л.), stroke the wrong way, to stroke hair the wrong way (кого-л.), thorn, tickle, torment, torture, try, twist tail (кого-л.), vellicate (щипками, уколами), venom, vex, wear on, put out, set teeth on edge, rough up (кого-л.), set nerves on edge (кого-л.), get goat (кого-л.), get under skin (кого-л.), rough up the wrong way (кого-л.), get goat (сердить, кого-л.), rankle, go against one's grain, jangle (sb's) nerves
    3) Medicine: stimulate
    4) Colloquial: crab-tree (кого-л.), crabber (кого-л.), get somebody's goat, give the fidgets (кого-л.), rattle, rile, tick off
    5) Dialect: edge
    6) American: get on nerves (кого-л.)
    7) Obsolete: irk
    8) Literal: stroke the wrong way (кого-л.)
    9) Rare: aggranoy, hatchel
    10) British English: get up somebody's nose (informal), get up somebody's nostrils (informal), mither
    11) Australian slang: crap off, get in ( smb.'s) hair (кого-л.), get up (smb.'s) nose (кого-л.), give (smb.) the irrits (кого-л.)
    12) Scottish language: fash, deave
    13) Physiology: excite, innervate
    14) Jargon: bug, get in (one's) hair, rank, turn (someone) off, drive up the wall (=annoy), give someone a pain, wig
    15) Invective: piss off
    16) Aviation medicine: incense
    17) Makarov: aggravate (кожу), fret, get under (smb.'s) skin (кого-л.), go against the grain, go against the hair, imbitter, try temper (кого-л.), chafe against, chafe on, chafe upon, cheese off
    18) West Indies: bex
    19) Taboo: bitch off, bum somebody out (кого-л.), fuck somebody off, fuck with somebody (кого-л.), get on (one's) wick (кого-л.), get on one's wick, get one's mad up, gripe somebody's ass (кого-л.), make (one's) shit hang sideways, pee somebody off (кого-л.), piss somebody off (кого-л.), rag
    20) Phraseological unit: grind (one's) gears (It really grinds my gears when inconsiderate people litter.), harsh (one's) mellow
    21) Idiomatic expression: under my skin (пример: I can't stand him, he really gets under my skin), get up the nose (get up one's nose)

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См. также в других словарях:

  • Deave — Deave, v. t. [See {Deafen}.] To stun or stupefy with noise; to deafen. [Scot.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • deave — deave; deave·ly; …   English syllables

  • Deave — This interesting and most unusual surname with variant spellings Deave and Deeves derives from the Old English pre seventh Century word deaf , deaf, deave being the inflected forms deafum , deafe , hence the name was probably a nickname for a… …   Surnames reference

  • deave — /deev/, v.t., deaved, deaving. Chiefly Scot. to make deaf; deafen. [bef. 1050; ME deven, OE deafian (in adeafian to grow DEAF; see A 3)] * * * …   Universalium

  • deave — I Cleveland Dialect List to deafen, stupefy or stun with noise: a din fit to seave yan II North Country (Newcastle) Words to deafen, to stupify with noise, to din …   English dialects glossary

  • deave — ˈdēv transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Middle English deven, from Old English dēafian (as in ādēafian to become deaf), from dēaf deaf more at deaf 1. dialect Britain : to stun or stupefy with noise : deafen 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • deavely — deave·ly …   English syllables

  • Deaves — This interesting and most unusual surname with variant spellings Deave and Deeves derives from the Old English pre seventh Century word deaf , deaf, deave being the inflected forms deafum , deafe , hence the name was probably a nickname for a… …   Surnames reference

  • Deeves — This interesting and most unusual surname with variant spellings Deave and Deeves derives from the Old English pre seventh Century word deaf , deaf, deave being the inflected forms deafum , deafe , hence the name was probably a nickname for a… …   Surnames reference

  • deeve — ˈdēv variant of deave * * * deeve obs. form of deaf, deave v …   Useful english dictionary

  • deve — variant of deave * * * deve obs. f. deave v. to deafen and of dive v …   Useful english dictionary


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