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fas·ti·diar  Verb
  1. Translate "fastidiar" to English: annoy, bore, bother, bug, irritate, nag, pick on, chafe, fuss, get on at, give the hump, hassle, irk, pester, screw up, spite, vex, arse, ball up, crab, get in someone's hair, hock, hok, jog, pother, queer
    Spanish Synonyms of "fastidiar": contrariar, enojar, hastiar, incomodar, meterse con, molestar, abroncar, airar, causar disgusto a
    Define meaning of "fastidiar": Causar enfado, molestar.
  2. Su impertinencia enfermó a Ana, His impertinence vexed Ann.

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  3. Translate "fastidiar" to English: screw up, goof, goof off, goof up
    Spanish Synonyms of "fastidiar": pifiarse en, echar a perder, pifiar, estropear, chafallar, chafar

Verb Conjugation for "fastidiar"
Gerund: fastidiando
Past Participle: fastidiado

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

fastidio

fastidias

fastidia

fastidiamos

fastidiáis

fastidian

fastidié

fastidiaste

fastidió

fastidiamos

fastidiasteis

fastidiaron

fastidiaré

fastidiarás

fastidiará

fastidiaremos

fastidiaréis

fastidiarán

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