exasperating - meaning and definition. What is exasperating
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exasperating      
adj.
1) exasperating to
2) exasperating to + inf. (it is exasperating to teach in a school like that one)
3) exasperating that + clause (it's exasperating that we cannot find any spare parts)
exasperating      
If you describe someone or something as exasperating, you mean that you feel angry or frustrated by them or by what they do.
Hardie could be exasperating to his colleagues...
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Exasperating      
·p.pr. & ·vb.n. of Exasperate.
Pronunciation examples for exasperating
1. disappointing and exasperating.
Wine Lover's Daughter _ Anne Fadiman & Lynn Stegner _ Talks at Google
2. oh my god, it's exasperating.
Wine Lover's Daughter _ Anne Fadiman & Lynn Stegner _ Talks at Google
3. is exasperating to go through.
Shawn Rochester _ The Black Tax - Cost of Being a Black American​ _ Talks at Google
4. It means difficult and sometimes exasperating work
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5. And I find that pretty exasperating.
Why Success Always Starts with Failure _ Tim Harford _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of exasperating
1. In short he is one of the most wild, exasperating and electrifying talents in American cinema.
2. What is at times exasperating is the hypocrisy that attends the act.
3. It is exasperating to hear the charge that Cameron is superficial.
4. But Bruno has no clear reply and Moretti‘s reticence on the point is exasperating.
5. It‘s just absolutely exasperating." U.S. standards have been set by the Financial Accounting Standards Board since 1'73.