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frus·trate

 (frŭs′trāt′)
tr.v. frus·trat·ed, frus·trat·ing, frus·trates
1.
a. To prevent (someone) from accomplishing a purpose or fulfilling a desire; thwart: A persistent wind frustrated me as I tried to rake the leaves.
b. To cause feelings of discouragement, annoyance, or lack of fulfillment in: She was frustrated by his inability to remember her birthday.
2. To prevent from coming to fruition or fulfillment; render ineffectual: frustrated his ambition; frustrated their scheme for reform.

[Middle English frustraten, from Latin frūstrārī, frūstrāt-, from frūstrā, in vain.]

frus′trat′er n.
frus′trat′ing·ly adv.

frustrated

(frʌˈstreɪtɪd)
adj
having feelings of dissatisfaction or lack of fulfilment
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.frustrated - disappointingly unsuccessful; "disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"; "their foiled attempt to capture Calais"; "many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"; "his best efforts were thwarted"
unsuccessful - not successful; having failed or having an unfavorable outcome

frustrated

adjective disappointed, discouraged, infuriated, discontented, exasperated, resentful, embittered, irked, disheartened, carrying a chip on your shoulder (informal) She felt frustrated and angry.
Translations
تَعيس، مُحْبَطخائِب، فاشِلمَخَيَّب
frustrovanýotrávenýzklamanýznechucený
frustreret
turhautunut
frustriran
frusztrált
vonsvikin; vansæll; ófullnægîurvonsvikinn; uppgjafa-
挫折した
좌절한
frustrovaný
nezadovoljen
frustrerad
ท้อแท้
chán nản

frustrated

[frʌˈstreɪtɪd] adj [person] → frustré(e)
to get frustrated (= annoyed) → être agacé(e)

frustrated

adjfrustriert; I get frustrated when people criticize my workes frustriert mich, wenn meine Arbeit kritisiert wird; he’s a frustrated poet/intellectualer wäre gern ein Dichter/Intellektueller

frustrated

[frʌˈstreɪtɪd] adj (person) → frustrato/a; (effort) → reso/a vano/a
he's a frustrated artist → è un artista mancato
I got more and more frustrated with it → ci sono impazzito

frustrate

(fraˈstreit) , ((American) ˈfrastreit) verb
1. to make (someone) feel disappointed, useless etc. Staying at home all day frustrated her.
2. to make useless. His efforts were frustrated.
fruˈstration noun
frusˈtrated adjective
1. disappointed; unhappy; not satisfied. She is very unhappy and frustrated as a teacher.
2. unable to have the kind of job, career etc that one would like. Literary critics are often frustrated writers.

frustrated

مَخَيَّب frustrovaný frustreret frustriert απογοητευμένος frustrado turhautunut frustré frustriran frustrato 挫折した 좌절한 gefrustreerd frustrert sfrustrowany frustrado расстроенный frustrerad ท้อแท้ engellenmiş chán nản 失落的

frustrated

a. frustrado-a.
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