fastidiar

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fastīdiar

  1. first-person singular future passive indicative of fastīdiō

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin fastidio (to am disgusted), from fastidium. Compare the inherited doublet hastiar.

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  • IPA(key): /fastiˈdjaɾ/, [fas.t̪iˈð̞jaɾ]

Verb[edit]

fastidiar (first-person singular present fastidio, first-person singular preterite fastidié, past participle fastidiado)

  1. to cloy
  2. to annoy, to bother, to pester
    El nuevo novio de mi mejor amiga me fastidia más que la voz de aquella cantante quejumbrosa que le gusta a ella.
    My best friend's boyfriend annoys me more than the voice of that whiney singer she likes.
    Synonyms: fregar, joder, jorobar, molestar
  3. to disappoint

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