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har·ry

 (hăr′ē)
tr.v. har·ried, har·ry·ing, har·ries
1. To disturb, distress, or exhaust by repeated demands or criticism; harass. See Synonyms at harass.
2.
a. To attack or raid, as in war: Vikings harrying the coast.
b. To force along, as by attacks or blows: "Blue jays were chasing a squirrel, harrying the creature from tree to tree" (Paul Theroux).
3. To batter or buffet. Used of the wind or storms: The wind harried the trees.

[Middle English harien, from Old English hergian; see koro- in Indo-European roots.]

harry

(ˈhærɪ) or

herry

vb, -ries, -rying or -ried
1. (tr) to harass; worry
2. (Military) to ravage (a town, etc), esp in war
[Old English hergian; related to here army, Old Norse herja to lay waste, Old High German heriōn]

har•ry

(ˈhær i)

v. -ried, -ry•ing. v.t.
1. to harass; annoy; torment.
2. to ravage (an area, town, etc.), as in war; devastate.
3. to push (a person) along; hurry forcefully or tormentingly.
v.i.
4. to make harassing incursions.
[before 900; Middle English herien, Old English her(g)ian (derivative of here army); c. Old Saxon heriōn, Old High German herjōn, Old Norse herja to harry, lay waste]

harry


Past participle: harried
Gerund: harrying

Imperative
harry
harry
Present
I harry
you harry
he/she/it harries
we harry
you harry
they harry
Preterite
I harried
you harried
he/she/it harried
we harried
you harried
they harried
Present Continuous
I am harrying
you are harrying
he/she/it is harrying
we are harrying
you are harrying
they are harrying
Present Perfect
I have harried
you have harried
he/she/it has harried
we have harried
you have harried
they have harried
Past Continuous
I was harrying
you were harrying
he/she/it was harrying
we were harrying
you were harrying
they were harrying
Past Perfect
I had harried
you had harried
he/she/it had harried
we had harried
you had harried
they had harried
Future
I will harry
you will harry
he/she/it will harry
we will harry
you will harry
they will harry
Future Perfect
I will have harried
you will have harried
he/she/it will have harried
we will have harried
you will have harried
they will have harried
Future Continuous
I will be harrying
you will be harrying
he/she/it will be harrying
we will be harrying
you will be harrying
they will be harrying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been harrying
you have been harrying
he/she/it has been harrying
we have been harrying
you have been harrying
they have been harrying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been harrying
you will have been harrying
he/she/it will have been harrying
we will have been harrying
you will have been harrying
they will have been harrying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been harrying
you had been harrying
he/she/it had been harrying
we had been harrying
you had been harrying
they had been harrying
Conditional
I would harry
you would harry
he/she/it would harry
we would harry
you would harry
they would harry
Past Conditional
I would have harried
you would have harried
he/she/it would have harried
we would have harried
you would have harried
they would have harried
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.harry - annoy continually or chronicallyharry - annoy continually or chronically; "He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked"; "This man harasses his female co-workers"
needle, goad - goad or provoke,as by constant criticism; "He needled her with his sarcastic remarks"
annoy, devil, gravel, irritate, nark, rile, vex, nettle, rag, bother, chafe, get at, get to - cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
bedevil, dun, rag, torment, frustrate, crucify - treat cruelly; "The children tormented the stuttering teacher"
haze - harass by imposing humiliating or painful tasks, as in military institutions
2.harry - make a pillaging or destructive raid on (a place), as in wartimes
ruin, destroy - destroy completely; damage irreparably; "You have ruined my car by pouring sugar in the tank!"; "The tears ruined her make-up"

harry

verb pester, trouble, bother, disturb, worry, annoy, plague, tease, torment, harass, hassle (informal), badger, persecute, molest, vex, bedevil, breathe down someone's neck, chivvy, give someone grief (Brit. & S. African), be on your back (slang), get in your hair (informal) He would exploit and harry his workers.

harry

verb
1. To disturb by repeated attacks:
2. To trouble persistently from or as if from all sides:
3. To make a surprise attack on:
Translations
يُؤلِم، يُزْعِج، يُضايِق
sužovattrápit
chikanereplage
hrjá, valda áhyggjum
mocītplosīt
sužovať
eziyet etmek

Harry

[ˈhærɪ] N (familiar form) of Harold to play old Harry withendiablar, estropear

harry

[ˈhærɪ] VT (Mil) → hostilizar, hostigar; [+ person] → acosar, hostigar

harry

[ˈhæri] vt (= badger, harass) → harceler
to harry sb for sth → harceler qn pour qch

harry

vt
(= hassle) sb, governmentbedrängen, zusetzen (+dat)
(old) countryplündern

harry

[ˈhærɪ] vt (pester) → assillare; (attack persistently) → attaccare

harry

(ˈhӕri) verb
to torment or worry frequently.