ennuyer

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French enuier, from Late Latin inodiare. Compare Italian annoiare, Spanish enojar.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ɑ̃.nɥi.je/
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VerbEdit

ennuyer

  1. to afflict with boredom; to bore
    J’espère que je ne vous ai pas ennuyé.
    I hope I haven’t bored you.
  2. (reflexive) to be bored
  3. (reflexive + de) to miss something or someone
  4. to annoy, bother, trouble
  5. to worry

ConjugationEdit

This verb is part of a large group of -er verbs that conjugate like noyer or appuyer. These verbs always replace the ‘y’ with an ‘i’ before a silent ‘e’.

This verb is part of a large group of -er verbs that conjugate like noyer or ennuyer. These verbs always replace the ‘y’ with an ‘i’ before a silent ‘e’.

This verb is part of a large group of -er verbs that conjugate like noyer or ennuyer. These verbs always replace the ‘y’ with an ‘i’ before a silent ‘e’.

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