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To bore/bother, pester in Russian 🇷🇺

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to bore/bother, pester надоесть
How to say “to bore/bother, pester” in Russian? “Надоесть”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “надоесть” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to bore/bother, pester in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Надоесть" sounds a bit like "gnaw" in English. Imagine something that gnaws away at you, bothering or pestering you.

– "Надоесть" is a verb meaning to bore, bother, or pester someone persistently.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Докучать" (dokuchat') – to bother, pester
– "Досаждать" (dosazhdat') – to annoy, plague
– "Изводить" (izvodit') – to wear out, torment

– Infinitive: надоесть (nadoest')
– Past:
– Я надоел/надоела (ya nadoyel/nadoela) – I bothered (m./f.)
– Ты надоел/надоела (ty nadoyel/nadoela) – You bothered (m./f.)
– Он надоел (on nadoyel) – He bothered
– Она надоела (ona nadoela) – She bothered
– Мы надоели (my nadoeli) – We bothered
– Вы надоели (vy nadoeli) – You bothered (plural/formal)
– Они надоели (oni nadoeli) – They bothered
– Present:
– Я надоем (ya nadoem) – I will bother
– Ты надоешь (ty nadoesh') – You will bother
– Он/она/оно надоест (on/ona/ono nadoest') – He/she/it will bother
– Мы надоедим (my nadoedim) – We will bother
– Вы надоедите (vy nadoedite) – You will bother (plural/formal)
– Они надоедят (oni nadoedyat) – They will bother

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Твои постоянные жалобы мне уже надоели. (Tvoi postoyannye zhaloby mne uzhe nadoeli.) – I am already tired of your constant complaints.
2. Ему быстро надоела эта скучная работа. (Emu bystro nadoela eta skuchnaya rabota.) – He quickly got bored of this tedious job.
3. Когда же ты перестанешь ей надоедать? (Kogda zhe ty perestanesh' yey nadoedat'?) – When will you stop bothering her?
4. Нам всем надоело твоё нытьё. (Nam vsem nadoelo tvoyo nytyo.) – We are all fed up with your whining.
5. Они уже надоели друг другу. (Oni uzhe nadoeli drug drugu.) – They are already bored of each other.

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