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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrustratingfrus‧trat‧ing /frʌˈstreɪtɪŋ $ ˈfrʌstreɪtɪŋ/ ●●○ adjective  ANNOYmaking you feel annoyed, upset, or impatient because you cannot do what you want to do My job can be very frustrating sometimes. This is an immensely frustrating experience for the student.
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frustratingTop 20 games are now almost never converted to run on it, which purchasers would find very frustrating.Instead of allowing this to be a frustrating and pointless event, ask yourself why you created it.It did mean that keeping the Seayak on a bearing in a big sea was a somewhat tiring and frustrating battle.It is frustrating, confusing and severely diminishes the pleasure the writing could bring.Learning a new language can be a frustrating experience.Many callers have had frustrating experiences with customer service lines.Yet perhaps the most frustrating incompetence of all is that which is repetitive.Of course, there are times when it's frustrating - it can take me twice as long to find anything, for example.They can also create boring, frustrating mechanical jobs.It's so frustrating not to have a car to get around.The reality is now, as it has always been, that teaching is a demanding, and at times frustrating profession.It's so frustrating when you're in a hurry and the traffic isn't moving.
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