English version

exasperated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexasperatedex‧as‧pe‧rat‧ed /ɪɡˈzɑːspəreɪtɪd $ -ˈzæs-/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 ANNOYvery annoyed and upsetexasperated with 🔊 He was becoming exasperated with the child. 🔊 an exasperated lookexasperatedly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
exasperatedHe concentrated on his dinner though from time to time he contributed exasperated exclamations.An exasperated Galileo was able to show up the inadequacy of his rival's position in a characteristically witty way.The Balkans and the anti-Maastricht Tory rebels turned the statesman into an exasperated headmaster.Maggie saw Hermione shake exasperated shoulders and suddenly feared that she might walk away.But it was exasperated Tory backbenchers who sealed his fate.This morning she was in another of her daydreams, it looked like to the exasperated Victorine.exasperated withCindy was completely exasperated with her son.
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