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From the Spanish verb molestar:
molesto is:
   1st person singular (yo) Present Indicative

mo·les·to  Adjective
  1. Translate "molesto" to English: annoying, bothering, bothersome, embarrassing, pesky, trying, vexing, irksome, nettlesome, pestering, plaguey, plaguy, troublous, vexatious
    Spanish Synonyms of "molesto": asediador, azuzador, enojoso, fastidioso, hastioso, hostigador, importuno
    Define meaning of "molesto": Propio o propia de todo aquello que causa molestia o trastorno.

  2. Translate "molesto" to English: upset, angry, annoyed, irritated, displeased, exasperated, ill at ease, piqued, put-out, sore, choked, chuffed, discombobulated, frosted over, hacked, hacked off, in a lather, in a lava, in a state, in a stew, in a sweat, peeved, peeved off, vexed
    Spanish Synonyms of "molesto": alterado, enojado, perturbado, escamado, mosqueado, picado
    Define meaning of "molesto": Propia o propio de quien se siente aquejado por una molestia o trastorno.

  3. Translate "molesto" to English: distracting, distractive
    Spanish Synonyms of "molesto": distractor, causante de distracción, desviador

Conceptually-related expressions of "molesto"
mo·les·tar  Verb
  1. Translate "molestar" to English: bother, alter, annoy, bug, disturb, irritate, nag, offend, pick on, tease, upset, bait, exasperate, fuss, harass, hassle, inconvenience, irk, mess with, molest, pester, rag, rub the wrong way, spite, trouble, flummox, fuck around, get across, get down, get in someone's hair, get on someone's nerves, get someone's goat, get someone's nanny, get under someone's skin, gripe, jack around, jog, peeve, pother, put on, put upon, rank, rankle, schtup, shit, shtup, stup
    Spanish Synonyms of "molestar": fastidiar, incomodar, causar molestia, dar jaqueca, dar molestia, dar problemas, disturbar, estorbar, fregar
    Define meaning of "molestar": Causar trastorno o molestia.
  2. Sus palabras acedaron a Ana, His words annoyed Ann.

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  3. Translate "molestar" to English: be bothered by
    Spanish Synonyms of "molestar": estorbar
  4. Me molesta ese ruido, I am bothered by that noise.

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  5. Translate "molestar" to English: be bothersome, be a pain in the neck, make a nuisance of oneself
    Spanish Synonyms of "molestar": ser un dolor, ser un pesado, ser una lata, ser encimoso, ser un camote, ser un hígado, ser una bala

  6. Translate "molestar" to English: be bothersome, be acting up, be an inconvenience
    Spanish Synonyms of "molestar": causar molestia, dar problemas, estar dando problemas

  7. Translate "molestar" to English: tease, poke fun at, bail on, rib
    Spanish Synonyms of "molestar": burlarse de, meterse con, reírse de, hacer broma de, hacer burla de, poner en ridículo, ridiculizar ofensivamente, buscar las cosquillas a

  8. Translate "molestar" to English: feel sore, act up, bother

  9. Translate "molestar" to English: ail

Verb Conjugation for "molestar"
Gerund: molestando
Past Participle: molestado
























Conceptually-related expressions of "molestar"
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