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  • 1 egiptólogo

    m.
    Egyptologist.
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    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 Egyptologist
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    - ga masculino, femenino Egyptologist
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    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
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    - ga masculino, femenino Egyptologist
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    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.

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    masculine, feminine
    Egyptologist
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    egiptólogo, -a nm,f
    Egyptologist

    Spanish-English dictionary > egiptólogo

  • 2 fastidioso

    adj.
    1 bothersome, annoying, nagging, pesky.
    2 tiresome, boring, irritating, tedious.
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    1 (molesto) annoying, irksome
    2 (aburrido) boring, tedious
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    ADJ
    1) (=molesto) annoying
    2) (=aburrido) tedious, boring, tiresome
    3) LAm (=quisquilloso) fastidious
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    - sa adjetivo
    a) ( molesto) < persona> tiresome, annoying; < trabajo> tiresome, irksome
    b) (Méx, Per fam) ( quisquilloso) fussy (colloq)
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    = annoying, tiresome, vexatious, vexing, gnawing, pesky [peskier -comp., peskiest -sup.], nagging, importunate, bothersome, niggling.
    Nota: Adjetivo.
    Ex. Inconsistencies are mostly merely annoying, although it can be difficult to be sure whether a group of citations which look similar all relate to the same document.
    Ex. Some of their drawbacks make regular use rather tiresome.
    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    Ex. Knowing precisely who is responsible for specific library services and who will make decisions relieves the uncertainty that can be particularly vexing to a neophyte (and paralyzing to library services).
    Ex. the underlying mood of the movement is a gnawing impatience with the system.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Small solutions to everyday problems: those pesky URLs'.
    Ex. With inflated prices, the nagging question was whether consumers were being bilked by the market.
    Ex. She concludes that this problem probes the importunate boundaries separating man from beast and the natural from the monstrous.
    Ex. He shows a masterly command of imagery throughout, but his style has always left little margin for error, and the errors here are bothersome.
    Ex. I always have this niggling doubt about companies that don't provide a telephone number on their websites.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) ( molesto) < persona> tiresome, annoying; < trabajo> tiresome, irksome
    b) (Méx, Per fam) ( quisquilloso) fussy (colloq)
    * * *
    = annoying, tiresome, vexatious, vexing, gnawing, pesky [peskier -comp., peskiest -sup.], nagging, importunate, bothersome, niggling.
    Nota: Adjetivo.

    Ex: Inconsistencies are mostly merely annoying, although it can be difficult to be sure whether a group of citations which look similar all relate to the same document.

    Ex: Some of their drawbacks make regular use rather tiresome.
    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    Ex: Knowing precisely who is responsible for specific library services and who will make decisions relieves the uncertainty that can be particularly vexing to a neophyte (and paralyzing to library services).
    Ex: the underlying mood of the movement is a gnawing impatience with the system.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Small solutions to everyday problems: those pesky URLs'.
    Ex: With inflated prices, the nagging question was whether consumers were being bilked by the market.
    Ex: She concludes that this problem probes the importunate boundaries separating man from beast and the natural from the monstrous.
    Ex: He shows a masterly command of imagery throughout, but his style has always left little margin for error, and the errors here are bothersome.
    Ex: I always have this niggling doubt about companies that don't provide a telephone number on their websites.

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    1 (molesto) ‹persona› tiresome, annoying; ‹trabajo› tiresome, irksome
    ¡qué ruido más fastidioso! what an irritating noise!, that noise is getting on my nerves o is getting to me! ( colloq)
    este niño está muy fastidioso this child is being very tiresome o ( colloq) is getting on my nerves
    2 (Méx, Per fam) (quisquilloso) fussy ( colloq)
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    fastidioso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo


    trabajo tiresome, irksome
    b) (Méx, Per fam) ( quisquilloso) fussy (colloq)

    fastidioso,-a adjetivo annoying
    ' fastidioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apestosa
    - apestoso
    - bendita
    - bendito
    - fastidiosa
    - gracia
    - molesta
    - molesto
    - puñetera
    - puñetero
    - suplicio
    - pesado
    English:
    annoying
    - irksome
    - tiresome
    - peevish
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    fastidioso, -a adj
    1. [molesto] annoying, irritating;
    es un niño muy fastidioso he's a very annoying o irritating child;
    es un dolor muy fastidioso it's a very annoying o irritating pain
    2. [aburrido] boring, tedious
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    adj annoying
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    fastidioso, -sa adj
    1) molesto: annoying, bothersome
    2) aburrido: boring
    * * *
    fastidioso adj annoying

    Spanish-English dictionary > fastidioso

  • 3 litigante

    adj.
    1 litigant.
    2 litigious.
    f. & m.
    litigant, suitor, litigator.
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    1 litigant
    1 litigant
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    adjetivo/masculino y femenino litigant
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    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino litigant
    * * *

    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.

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    litigant
    litigant
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    adj
    litigant
    nmf
    litigant
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    m/f & adj JUR litigant
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    litigante adj & nmf
    : litigant

    Spanish-English dictionary > litigante

  • 4 molesto

    adj.
    1 annoying, cumbersome, bothersome, embarrassing.
    2 upset, irritated, angry, annoyed.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: molestar.
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    1 annoying, troublesome
    2 (enfadado) annoyed
    3 (incómodo) uncomfortable
    4 MEDICINA sore
    los puntos ya han cicatrizado, pero todavía está molesto the stitches have healed, but he's still sore
    \
    estar molesto,-a con alguien to be upset with somebody
    ser molesto to be a nuisance
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    (f. - molesta)
    adj.
    1) annoyed, bothered
    2) annoying, bothersome
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    ADJ
    1) (=que causa molestia) [tos, picor, ruido, persona] irritating, annoying; [olor, síntoma] unpleasant

    es sumamente molesto que... — it's extremely irritating o annoying that...

    lo único molesto es el viaje — the only nuisance is the journey, the only annoying thing is the journey

    2) (=que incomoda) [asiento, ropa] uncomfortable; [tarea] annoying; [situación] awkward, embarrassing
    3) (=incómodo) [persona] uncomfortable

    me sentía molesto en la fiestaI felt uneasy o uncomfortable at the party

    me siento molesto cada vez que me hace un regaloI feel awkward o embarrassed whenever she gives me a present

    4) (=enfadado) [persona] annoyed

    ¿estás molesto conmigo por lo que dije? — are you annoyed at me for what I said?

    5) (=disgustado) [persona] upset

    ¿estás molesta por algo que haya pasado? — are you upset about something that's happened?

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    - ta adjetivo
    1)
    a) [SER] ( fastidioso) <ruido/tos> annoying, irritating; <sensación/síntoma> unpleasant

    resulta molesto tener que viajar con tantos bultosit's a nuisance o it's very inconvenient having to travel with so much baggage

    b) [ESTAR] (incómodo, dolorido)
    c) [SER] (violento, embarazoso) awkward, embarrassing
    2) [ESTAR] ( ofendido) upset; ( irritado) annoyed

    está muy molesto por lo que hiciste — he's very upset/annoyed about what you did

    * * *
    = annoying, cumbersome, onerous, uncomfortable, uneasy, vexatious, irksome, vexing, untoward, disruptive, gnawing, pesky [peskier -comp., peskiest -sup.], distracting, off-putting, ill-at-ease, nagging, obtrusive, importunate, bothersome, exasperated, niggling, miffed, troublesome.
    Ex. Inconsistencies are mostly merely annoying, although it can be difficult to be sure whether a group of citations which look similar all relate to the same document.
    Ex. Any shelf arrangement systems which do not permit ready location of specific documents are cumbersome for the user or member of staff seeking a specific document.
    Ex. Sub-arrangement under an entry term can alleviate the onerous task of scanning long lists of entries under the same keyword.
    Ex. And making matters worse, this uncomfortable group sat in a suburban sitting-room flooded with afternoon sunlight like dutifully polite guests at a formal coffee party.
    Ex. Hawthorne gave an uneasy laugh, which was merely the outlet for her disappointment.
    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    Ex. The old common press was a brilliant and deservedly successful invention, but by the end of the eighteenth century its limitations were beginning to seem irksome.
    Ex. Knowing precisely who is responsible for specific library services and who will make decisions relieves the uncertainty that can be particularly vexing to a neophyte (and paralyzing to library services).
    Ex. Make sure everyone involved is aware of timetable and room changes and any other administrative abnormalities; and as far as possible prevent any untoward interruptions.
    Ex. The crisis in South African education -- particularly black education -- has resulted from the disruptive effects of apartheid.
    Ex. the underlying mood of the movement is a gnawing impatience with the system.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Small solutions to everyday problems: those pesky URLs'.
    Ex. I think that Mr. Scilken's point was that there's so much material on the traditional three-by-five card that it's less useful, that it's distracting, in fact, and does a disservice to the public library.
    Ex. Some children are prepared to patronize the shop, and use it in quite a different way, when they find the library (however well run) stuffy or off-putting.
    Ex. One quite serious barrier to improvement is the reluctance of users to tell librarians of their feelings, but perhaps it is expecting too much of them to complain that they are ill-at-ease.
    Ex. With inflated prices, the nagging question was whether consumers were being bilked by the market.
    Ex. But the present revision, incorporating ISBD, will literally clutter the entries with obtrusive redundancies and esoterics that will only obscure the content of the entries and obstruct the use of the catalog.
    Ex. She concludes that this problem probes the importunate boundaries separating man from beast and the natural from the monstrous.
    Ex. He shows a masterly command of imagery throughout, but his style has always left little margin for error, and the errors here are bothersome.
    Ex. He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex. I always have this niggling doubt about companies that don't provide a telephone number on their websites.
    Ex. These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex. Measures to prevent such incidents include fitting burglar alarms in libraries and taking quick and decisive action against troublesome users.
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    * comportamiento molesto = disruptive behaviour.
    * de un modo molesto = annoyingly.
    * espíritu molesto = poltergeist.
    * estar molesto = be displeased, get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle, put off.
    * lo molesto de = cumbersomeness.
    * personas molestas, las = nuisance, the.
    * sentirse molesto = stir + uneasily, look + uncomfortable, feel + wrong.
    * sentirse molesto por = be embarrassed at.
    * ser algo molesto = be a thorn in + Posesivo + side.
    * ser molesto = be disturbing.
    * verdad molesta = inconvenient truth.
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    - ta adjetivo
    1)
    a) [SER] ( fastidioso) <ruido/tos> annoying, irritating; <sensación/síntoma> unpleasant

    resulta molesto tener que viajar con tantos bultosit's a nuisance o it's very inconvenient having to travel with so much baggage

    b) [ESTAR] (incómodo, dolorido)
    c) [SER] (violento, embarazoso) awkward, embarrassing
    2) [ESTAR] ( ofendido) upset; ( irritado) annoyed

    está muy molesto por lo que hiciste — he's very upset/annoyed about what you did

    * * *
    = annoying, cumbersome, onerous, uncomfortable, uneasy, vexatious, irksome, vexing, untoward, disruptive, gnawing, pesky [peskier -comp., peskiest -sup.], distracting, off-putting, ill-at-ease, nagging, obtrusive, importunate, bothersome, exasperated, niggling, miffed, troublesome.

    Ex: Inconsistencies are mostly merely annoying, although it can be difficult to be sure whether a group of citations which look similar all relate to the same document.

    Ex: Any shelf arrangement systems which do not permit ready location of specific documents are cumbersome for the user or member of staff seeking a specific document.
    Ex: Sub-arrangement under an entry term can alleviate the onerous task of scanning long lists of entries under the same keyword.
    Ex: And making matters worse, this uncomfortable group sat in a suburban sitting-room flooded with afternoon sunlight like dutifully polite guests at a formal coffee party.
    Ex: Hawthorne gave an uneasy laugh, which was merely the outlet for her disappointment.
    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    Ex: The old common press was a brilliant and deservedly successful invention, but by the end of the eighteenth century its limitations were beginning to seem irksome.
    Ex: Knowing precisely who is responsible for specific library services and who will make decisions relieves the uncertainty that can be particularly vexing to a neophyte (and paralyzing to library services).
    Ex: Make sure everyone involved is aware of timetable and room changes and any other administrative abnormalities; and as far as possible prevent any untoward interruptions.
    Ex: The crisis in South African education -- particularly black education -- has resulted from the disruptive effects of apartheid.
    Ex: the underlying mood of the movement is a gnawing impatience with the system.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Small solutions to everyday problems: those pesky URLs'.
    Ex: I think that Mr. Scilken's point was that there's so much material on the traditional three-by-five card that it's less useful, that it's distracting, in fact, and does a disservice to the public library.
    Ex: Some children are prepared to patronize the shop, and use it in quite a different way, when they find the library (however well run) stuffy or off-putting.
    Ex: One quite serious barrier to improvement is the reluctance of users to tell librarians of their feelings, but perhaps it is expecting too much of them to complain that they are ill-at-ease.
    Ex: With inflated prices, the nagging question was whether consumers were being bilked by the market.
    Ex: But the present revision, incorporating ISBD, will literally clutter the entries with obtrusive redundancies and esoterics that will only obscure the content of the entries and obstruct the use of the catalog.
    Ex: She concludes that this problem probes the importunate boundaries separating man from beast and the natural from the monstrous.
    Ex: He shows a masterly command of imagery throughout, but his style has always left little margin for error, and the errors here are bothersome.
    Ex: He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex: I always have this niggling doubt about companies that don't provide a telephone number on their websites.
    Ex: These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex: Measures to prevent such incidents include fitting burglar alarms in libraries and taking quick and decisive action against troublesome users.
    * comportamiento molesto = disruptive behaviour.
    * de un modo molesto = annoyingly.
    * espíritu molesto = poltergeist.
    * estar molesto = be displeased, get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle, put off.
    * lo molesto de = cumbersomeness.
    * personas molestas, las = nuisance, the.
    * sentirse molesto = stir + uneasily, look + uncomfortable, feel + wrong.
    * sentirse molesto por = be embarrassed at.
    * ser algo molesto = be a thorn in + Posesivo + side.
    * ser molesto = be disturbing.
    * verdad molesta = inconvenient truth.

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    molesto -ta
    A
    1 [ SER]
    (fastidioso): tengo una tos sumamente molesta I have o I've got a really irritating o annoying cough
    es una sensación muy molesta it's a very uncomfortable o unpleasant feeling
    no es grave, pero los síntomas son muy molestos it's nothing serious, but the symptoms are very unpleasant
    la máquina hace un ruido de lo más molesto the machine makes a very irritating o annoying o tiresome noise
    ¡es tan molesto que te estén interrumpiendo cada cinco minutos! it's so annoying o trying o tiresome o irritating when people keep interrupting you every five minutes
    resulta muy molesto tener que viajar con tantos bultos it's a real nuisance o it's very inconvenient having to travel with so much baggage
    ¿podría abrir la ventana, si no es molesto? would you be so kind as to open the window?
    2 [ ESTAR]
    (incómodo, dolorido): está bastante molesto he's in some pain
    pasó la noche bastante molesto he had a rather uncomfortable night
    está molesto por la anestesia he's in some discomfort because of the anesthetic
    3 [ SER] (violento, embarazoso) awkward
    es una situación muy molesta it's a very awkward o embarrassing situation
    me hace sentir muy molesta que esté constantemente regalándome cosas it's very embarrassing the way she's always giving me presents, she's always giving me presents, and it makes me feel very awkward o embarrassed
    me resulta muy molesto tener que trabajar con ella cuando no nos hablamos I find it awkward working with her when we're not even on speaking terms
    B [ ESTAR] (ofendido) upset
    está molesto con ellos porque no fueron a su boda he's upset o put out o peeved because they didn't go to his wedding
    está muy molesto por lo que hiciste he's very upset about what you did
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    Del verbo molestar: ( conjugate molestar)

    molesto es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    molestó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    molestar    
    molesto    
    molestó
    molestar ( conjugate molestar) verbo transitivo
    1

    perdone que lo moleste sorry to trouble o bother you


    2 (ofender, disgustar) to upset
    verbo intransitivo
    1 ( importunar):
    ¿le molesta si fumo? do you mind if I smoke?;

    me molesta su arrogancia her arrogance irritates o annoys me;
    no me duele, pero me molesta it doesn't hurt but it's uncomfortable
    2 ( fastidiar) to be a nuisance;
    no quiero molesto I don't want to be a nuisance o to cause any trouble

    molestarse verbo pronominal
    1 ( disgustarse) to get upset;
    molestose POR algo to get upset about sth;
    molestose CON algn to get annoyed with sb
    2 ( tomarse el trabajo) to bother, trouble oneself (frml);

    se molestó en venir hasta aquí a avisarnos she took the trouble to come all this way to tell us
    molesto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    1 [SER]
    a) ( fastidioso) ‹ruido/tos annoying, irritating;

    sensación/síntoma unpleasant
    b) (violento, embarazoso) awkward, embarrassing

    2 [ESTAR] ( ofendido) upset;
    ( irritado) annoyed;
    está muy molesto por lo que hiciste he's very upset/annoyed about what you did

    molestar verbo transitivo
    1 (causar enojo, incomodidad) to disturb, bother: ¿le molestaría contestar a unas preguntas?, would you mind answering some questions?
    me molesta que grites, it annoys me when you shout
    2 (causar dolor, incomodidad) to hurt
    molesto,-a adjetivo
    1 (incómodo) uncomfortable: me encuentro algo molesto después de esa metedura de pata, I feel uncomfortable after that gaffe
    2 (fastidioso) annoying, pestering: es un ruido muy molesto, it's an annoying noise
    3 (enfadado, disgustado) annoyed o cross: ¿no estarás molesta por lo que he dicho?, you're not upset about what I said, are you?
    ' molesto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acalorada
    - acalorado
    - disgustarse
    - enojosa
    - enojoso
    - fastidiada
    - fastidiado
    - molesta
    - molestarse
    - pesada
    - pesado
    - poca
    - poco
    - puñetera
    - puñetero
    - sacudir
    - suplicio
    - fastidioso
    - fregado
    - latoso
    - molestar
    - mosqueado
    English:
    annoying
    - bother
    - hot
    - imposition
    - irksome
    - irritating
    - miffed
    - obtrusive
    - off-putting
    - peeved
    - troublesome
    - uncomfortable
    - unwelcome
    - would
    - intrusive
    - put
    - uneasy
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    molesto, -a adj
    1.
    ser molesto [incordiante] [costumbre, tos, ruido] to be annoying;
    [moscas] to be a nuisance; [calor, humo, sensación] to be unpleasant; [ropa, zapato] to be uncomfortable;
    es muy molesto tener que mandar callar constantemente it's very annoying to have to be constantly telling you to be quiet;
    tengo un dolor molesto en la espalda I've got an ache in my back which is causing me some discomfort
    2.
    ser molesto [inoportuno] [visita, llamada] to be inconvenient;
    [pregunta] to be awkward
    3.
    ser molesto [embarazoso] to be embarrassing;
    esta situación empieza a resultarme un poco molesta this situation is beginning to make me feel a bit uncomfortable
    4.
    estar molesto [irritado] to be rather upset;
    está molesta porque no la invitamos a la fiesta she's upset because we didn't invite her to the party;
    están molestos por sus declaraciones they are upset by what he has been saying
    5.
    estar molesto [con malestar, incomodidad] [por la fiebre, el dolor] to be in some discomfort;
    no tenía que haber comido tanto, ahora estoy molesto I shouldn't have eaten so much, it's made me feel rather unwell;
    ¿no estás molesto con tanta ropa? aren't you uncomfortable in all those clothes?
    * * *
    adj
    1 ( fastidioso) annoying
    2 ( incómodo) inconvenient
    3 ( embarazoso) embarrassing
    * * *
    molesto, -ta adj
    1) enojado: bothered, annoyed
    2) fastidioso: bothersome, annoying
    * * *
    molesto adj
    1. (que fastidia) annoying
    2. (disgustado) annoyed

    Spanish-English dictionary > molesto

  • 5 ocasionado

    adj.
    provoking, vexatious, insolent; perilous.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: ocasionar.
    * * *
    (Ven period)

    ocasionado a — (loc prep) because of

    * * *
    Ex. A number of observers and critics of professional education for library and information work has expressed concern at the failure of SLIS to respond rapidly and sensitively to such IT induced changes.
    ----
    * ocasionado por el estrés = stress-induced.
    * * *
    (Ven period)

    ocasionado a — (loc prep) because of

    * * *

    Ex: A number of observers and critics of professional education for library and information work has expressed concern at the failure of SLIS to respond rapidly and sensitively to such IT induced changes.

    * ocasionado por el estrés = stress-induced.

    * * *
    ocasionado a ( loc prep) because of

    Spanish-English dictionary > ocasionado

  • 6 pleiteante

    adj.
    1 litigating.
    2 pleading.
    f. & m.
    1 pleader, litigant.
    2 litigant.
    * * *
    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    * * *

    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pleiteante

  • 7 pleitista

    adj.
    quarrelsome, trouble-making, pettifogging.
    f. & m.
    1 pettifogger, an encorager of lawsuits.
    2 quarrelsome person, instigator, rabble-rouser, rioter.
    * * *
    1 litigous
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (Jur) litigious
    2) (=reñidor) quarrelsome, argumentative
    2. SMF
    1) (Jur) litigious person
    2) (fig) troublemaker
    3) LAm (=peleón) brawler
    * * *
    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    * * *

    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of vexatious litigants, pyramidologists, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pleitista

  • 8 vejatorio

    adj.
    1 humiliating, demeaning, denigratory.
    2 vexatious, hurtful, offensive.
    * * *
    1 (molesto) vexatious, annoying
    2 (humillante) humiliating
    * * *
    ADJ (=molesto) annoying, vexatious; (=humillante) humiliating, degrading; [comentarios] hurtful, offensive
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo humiliating, degrading
    * * *
    Ex. This article discusses the ability of privacy laws that are presently on the books to protect us from abusive information collection, dissemination, and management practices.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo humiliating, degrading
    * * *

    Ex: This article discusses the ability of privacy laws that are presently on the books to protect us from abusive information collection, dissemination, and management practices.

    * * *
    humiliating, degrading
    * * *

    vejatorio,-a adjetivo humiliating
    ' vejatorio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    vejatoria
    * * *
    vejatorio, -a adj
    humiliating
    * * *
    adj humiliating

    Spanish-English dictionary > vejatorio

  • 9 gravoso

    adj.
    1 burdensome, costly, insufferable, onerous.
    2 offensive, tortuous.
    * * *
    1 (costoso) costly, expensive
    2 (molesto) burdensome
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=caro) costly, expensive; (=oneroso) burdensome; [precio] extortionate
    2) (=molesto) burdensome, oppressive

    ser gravoso a algn/algo — to be a burden to sb/sth, weigh on sb/sth

    3) (=insufrible) tiresome, vexatious
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo (frml) costly
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo (frml) costly
    * * *
    gravoso -sa
    ( frml); expensive, costly
    es muy gravoso para la economía del país it is a great burden on the country's economy
    * * *

    gravoso,-a adjetivo
    1 (que origina gastos) costly
    2 (que origina molestias) burdensome
    ' gravoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gravosa
    English:
    burdensome
    * * *
    gravoso, -a adj
    1. [molesto] burdensome
    2. [costoso] expensive, costly
    * * *
    adj expensive, costly
    * * *
    gravoso, -sa adj
    1) oneroso: burdensome, onerous
    2) : costly

    Spanish-English dictionary > gravoso

  • 10 empreñador *

    ADJ irksome, vexatious

    Spanish-English dictionary > empreñador *

  • 11 enfadoso

    adj.
    1 vexatious, troublesome, heavy, cumbersome, molestful.
    2 easily annoyed, quick-tempered.
    3 annoying, bothersome, irritating, irksome.
    * * *
    1 annoying, irritating
    * * *
    ADJ (=molesto) annoying; (=pesado) tedious
    * * *
    ( esp Esp) ‹situación› annoying, trying; ‹tarea› tedious, irksome
    * * *
    enfadoso, -a adj
    esp Esp annoying, irritating
    * * *
    adj annoying
    * * *
    enfadoso, -sa adj
    : irritating, annoying

    Spanish-English dictionary > enfadoso

  • 12 molesta

    adj.
    grievous, vexatious, oppressive, molestful, heavy, troublesome (que molesta), inconvenient (incómodo), discontented (descontento); restless (inquieto); ill-at-ease (incómodo).
    * * *
    f., (m. - molesto)
    * * *

     

    Del verbo molestar: ( conjugate molestar)

    molesta es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    molesta    
    molestar
    molestar ( conjugate molestar) verbo transitivo
    1

    perdone que lo moleste sorry to trouble o bother you


    2 (ofender, disgustar) to upset
    verbo intransitivo
    1 ( importunar):
    ¿le molesta si fumo? do you mind if I smoke?;

    me molesta su arrogancia her arrogance irritates o annoys me;
    no me duele, pero me molesta it doesn't hurt but it's uncomfortable
    2 ( fastidiar) to be a nuisance;
    no quiero molesta I don't want to be a nuisance o to cause any trouble

    molestarse verbo pronominal
    1 ( disgustarse) to get upset;
    molestase POR algo to get upset about sth;
    molestase CON algn to get annoyed with sb
    2 ( tomarse el trabajo) to bother, trouble oneself (frml);

    se molestó en venir hasta aquí a avisarnos she took the trouble to come all this way to tell us
    molesto,-a adjetivo
    1 (incómodo) uncomfortable: me encuentro algo molesto después de esa metedura de pata, I feel uncomfortable after that gaffe
    2 (fastidioso) annoying, pestering: es un ruido muy molesto, it's an annoying noise
    3 (enfadado, disgustado) annoyed o cross: ¿no estarás molesta por lo que he dicho?, you're not upset about what I said, are you?
    molestar verbo transitivo
    1 (causar enojo, incomodidad) to disturb, bother: ¿le molestaría contestar a unas preguntas?, would you mind answering some questions?
    me molesta que grites, it annoys me when you shout
    2 (causar dolor, incomodidad) to hurt
    ' molesta' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    canción
    - graznido
    - molestar
    - molesto
    - protagonismo
    - asco
    - indiscreción
    English:
    bother
    - grating
    - hindrance
    - mind
    - object
    - resent

    Spanish-English dictionary > molesta

  • 13 anodino

    • annoying
    • anodyne
    • bothersome
    • caustic
    • harry
    • harsh color
    • insignia formed by V-shaped stripes
    • insignificant fact
    • insubstantial
    • irritating
    • uninteresting
    • vexatious

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > anodino

  • 14 demora de pago injustificada

    • vexatious delay to pay

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > demora de pago injustificada

  • 15 fastidioso

    • annoying
    • bothersome
    • fastidious
    • fussy
    • galling
    • irksome
    • irritating
    • nag
    • nagging person
    • nettle rash
    • network
    • peseta
    • pesky as a fly
    • plaguey
    • plaguy
    • teddy bear
    • tediously
    • tiresome
    • trying
    • vexatious
    • vexing

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fastidioso

  • 16 latoso

    • annoying
    • bothersome
    • irritating
    • nag
    • nagging person
    • pestilence
    • pestle
    • tiresome
    • vexatious

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > latoso

  • 17 molesto

    • angry
    • annoyed
    • annoying
    • bothersome
    • cumbersome
    • displeased
    • embarrassing
    • exasperated
    • ill at ease
    • irksome
    • irritated
    • peseta
    • pesky as a fly
    • piqued
    • plaguey
    • plaguy
    • troublesome
    • trough
    • trying
    • vexatious
    • vexed
    • vexing

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > molesto

  • 18 penoso

    • bashful
    • difficult
    • embarrassing
    • grieved
    • grievously
    • grudgingly
    • gruel
    • gruelling
    • gruesome
    • laboratory of forensic chemistry
    • laborer
    • laboring
    • laborious chore
    • painful
    • timid
    • trying
    • vexatious

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > penoso

  • 19 vejatorio

    • demeaning
    • denigratory
    • humiliating
    • hurtful
    • vexatious

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > vejatorio

  • 20 jacarear

    v.
    1 to sing jácaras.
    2 to go about the streets with singing and noise.
    3 to be troublesome and vexatious (armar un lío); to be rude (insultar).

    Spanish-English dictionary > jacarear

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  • Vexatious — Vex*a tious, a. [See {Vexation}.] 1. Causing vexation; agitating; afflictive; annoying; as, a vexatious controversy; a vexatious neighbor. Continual vexatious wars. South. [1913 Webster] 2. Full or vexation, trouble, or disquiet; disturbed. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vexatious — vex‧a‧tious [vekˈseɪʆəs] adjective LAW vexatious legal actions are not serious or based on the truth, but are done only to annoy someone: • We may have found a way to get around vexatious shareholder litigation. * * * vexatious UK US /vekˈseɪʃəs/ …   Financial and business terms

  • vexatious — vex·a·tious /vek sā shəs/ adj: lacking a sufficient ground and serving only to annoy or harass when viewed objectively disciplined the attorney for engaging in vexatious litigation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • vexatious — An act done by a person in order to annoy, embarrass or otherwise aggravate that person. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • vexatious — (adj.) 1530s; see VEXATION (Cf. vexation) + OUS (Cf. ous). Related: Vexatiously; vexatiousness …   Etymology dictionary

  • vexatious — [adj] distressing, bothersome afflicting, aggravating, annoying, burdensome, disagreeable, disappointing, disturbing, exasperating, irksome, irritating, mean, nagging, pesky*, provoking, teasing, tormenting, troublesome, troublous, trying, ugly,… …   New thesaurus

  • vexatious — ► ADJECTIVE 1) causing annoyance or worry. 2) Law denoting an action or the bringer of an action that is brought without sufficient grounds for winning, purely to cause annoyance to the defendant …   English terms dictionary

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  • vexatious — adjective Date: 1534 1. a. causing vexation ; distressing < vexatious delays > b. intended to harass < a vexatious lawsuit > 2. full of disorder or stress ; troubled < a vexatious period in her life …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • vexatious — vexatiously, adv. vexatiousness, n. /vek say sheuhs/, adj. 1. causing vexation; troublesome; annoying: a vexatious situation. 2. Law. (of legal actions) instituted without sufficient grounds and serving only to cause annoyance to the defendant. 3 …   Universalium

  • vexatious — adjective a) Causing vexation, annoyance, trouble, or the like; teasing; annoying; troublesome. He leads a vexatious life. Sir K. Digby. b) Full of trouble or disquiet; harassed; distressed; …   Wiktionary


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