Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

khó chịu in English:

1. unpleasant


What followed was unpleasant.
How did she get mixed up with such unpleasant people?
Going to school during the rush hour is tiring and unpleasant.
Don't you find it unpleasant walking in the rain?
If you know that something unpleasant will happen, that you will go to the dentist for example, or to France, then that is not good.
I know it's going to be unpleasant to talk about the accident.
To make up for his unpleasant experiences in the hospital, Tom drank a little more than he should have.
I am a sick man… I am a spiteful man. I am an unpleasant man. I think my liver is diseased.
He looks very kind, but he is unpleasant.
A wet blanket is not always unpleasant when you come to know him well.
I can make your life extremely unpleasant.
Mrs. Jones is often unpleasant to her husband's secretary over the phone.
He had never been a man to face up to anything unpleasant.
There is still a pretty unpleasant smell coming from the kitchen.
The Cockney mode of speech, with its unpleasant twang, is a modern corruption without legitimate credentials, and is unworthy of being the speech of any person in the capital city of the Empire.

English word "khó chịu"(unpleasant) occurs in sets:

300 tính từ tiếng Anh 151 - 175

2. annoyed


He was always annoyed in the city by noises of one sort or another.
He arrived an hour late, which annoyed me very much.
The people next door were annoyed with us for making so much noise last night.
I'm annoyed at your selfishness.
annoyed, annoyed at [sb/sth], annoyed with [sb/sth] (adj + prep), annoyed about sth
Of course he thought it was a joke and let it slide with a "hm?" but he was seriously annoyed. I mean, just don't say things like that even as a joke!
When Fred hears loud music, he gets annoyed.
Her conceit about her beauty annoyed many people.
Children make me feel annoyed.
I must say that I am really annoyed with the Commission.
He was beginning to get very annoyed WITH me ABOUT my untidiness.
Ollie seems to be annoyed with me for some reason at the moment.
She was annoyed to discover that her husband had taken her car keys
I could see how annoyed my mother was when I came home late for dinner.
She was annoyed that her servants used to break plates and glasses when they were washing them after the party.

3. uncomfortable


Tom felt uncomfortable.
It will make most Americans uncomfortable if you insist on their accepting expensive gifts.
Our company has never had that kind of system, and it's never made us feel uncomfortable.
Stop it! You're making her feel uncomfortable!
Curious gazes, gazes carrying a bit of murderous intent...it goes without saying that I couldn't be more uncomfortable.
Come to that the uniform had a bit more starch than that I usually wear, it's a bit uncomfortable.
It's fine, there's no need to feel uncomfortable!
The trains are inconvenient and uncomfortable; in addition, they never run on time.
Many Americans are uncomfortable with silence, and they tend to regard silence in a conversation as a signal that they need to start talking.
It was a big dumpster, Dima said. "And there was a lot of food, so... It wasn't exactly uncomfortable. But yes, smellier than a donkey's behind."
As a result, people have got so used to being paid this way that they're uncomfortable with any other.
Her helmet felt a bit uncomfortable at first, but she wore it to protect her head while nowboarding.
He was uncomfortable and tried to tell us something.
Stunned, Jem and I looked at each other and then at Atticus who was very uncomfortable.
My chair is very uncomfortable. It hurts my back when I sit in it for a long time. I feel uncomfortable at parties - I am shy and it is hard for me to talk to new people.

4. upset


I feel a lot better now, but I know Dad's going to be real upset.
Information is sometimes held back from patients when it is thought it might upset them.
It is unlikely that such a cool headed person got upset.
To have more than one problem before him at one time makes him irritable, upset and exasperated.
upset sb
Your son is very upset. / I'm sorry. I didn't mean to upset you. / I didn't tell you this to upset you. / I think it might upset some of my patients. / The last thing I wanted to do is upset anyone.
Growing centrist sentiment threatens to upset America's traditional two-party system.
The office has been topsy-turvy since the merger upset everything.
Sometimes being overcautious in planning could upset the apple cart.
This morning I had a bit of a disagreement with my wife. I didn't think it was a big deal, but seeing what she's like this evening I think I must have upset her.
His untimely statement has not only let the cat out of the bag but also upset the apple cart for the peace move.
if there is an upset in the process, the system is robust enough
get upset = zezłościć się, be upset=być zdenerowanym
Ichiro sounded somehow upset but my long years of hanging out with him told me that it was out and out fake.

5. nasty


I have such a nasty headache. / 2. Sheriff, eavesdropping is a very nasty habit. / 3. I can be very nice, and I can be very nasty.
His nasty comments fueled the argument.
nasty accident
Two nasty guys robbed me of my jewels and ran away.
He doesn't look that way, but he's really a nasty piece of work.
Everybody has a flaw. And it looks like yours is smellin' like my nasty guts.
The definition of nasty is something that is very dirty, unpleasant or offensive.
The contents of a trash container can get pretty nasty.
He had a nasty experience at the dentist when he was young, and the memories of this put him off dental surgeries for life.
A nasty thrill of fear shot through me and the sound of Chris moving his feet let me know that he to
My parents quarrelled and it was a nasty situation.
Don't be so nasty TO your brother - he's four years younger than you!
Why is Cloutier in such a nasty mood?' 'He has lost a lot of money.'
Technology could solve some nasty problems.

English word "khó chịu"(nasty) occurs in sets:

300 tính từ tiếng Anh 101 - 125