ärgerlich

Meanings

1.
irritating, annoying
(used for circumstances or situations, NOT for people because then it sounds like the second meaning)
2.
irritated, annoyed
(for people)

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Vocab:

der Ärger, (sich) ärgern (über), die Wut, wütend, ärgerlich, verärgern, arg


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