what a nuisance

what a nuisance
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  • what — [ wat, hwat ] function word *** What can be used in the following ways: as a question pronoun (introducing a direct or indirect question): What do you want? Tell me what happened. as a relative pronoun (starting a relative clause that is subject …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • nuisance — nui|sance S3 [ˈnju:səns US ˈnu: ] n [Date: 1400 1500; : Anglo French; Origin: nusaunce, from Old French nuisir to harm ] 1.) [C usually singular] a person, thing, or situation that annoys you or causes problems a real/awful/terrible etc nuisance… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • nuisance — noun 1 (countable usually singular) a person, thing, or situation that annoys you or causes problems: Those dogs next door are a thorough nuisance. | What a nuisance! spoken: What a nuisance! I ve forgotten my ticket. | make a nuisance of… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • what */*/*/ — UK [wɒt] / US [wɑt] / US [hwɑt] adverb, determiner, interjection, predeterminer, pronoun Summary: What can be used in the following ways: as a question pronoun (introducing a direct or indirect question): What do you want? ♦ Tell me what happened …   English dictionary

  • nuisance */ — UK [ˈnjuːs(ə)ns] / US [ˈnusəns] noun Word forms nuisance : singular nuisance plural nuisances 1) a) [countable, usually singular] something that is annoying and is a continuing problem The bugs in the software were a nuisance. What a nuisance… …   English dictionary

  • nuisance — nui|sance [ nusəns ] noun * 1. ) count usually singular something that is annoying and is a continuing problem: The bugs in the software were a nuisance. What a nuisance that we can t use the school hall. a bit of a nuisance: These flies are a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • what*/*/*/ — [wɒt] grammar word summary: What can be: ■ a question pronoun: What do you want? ■ a relative pronoun: She showed me what she had bought. ■ a determiner: What subjects are you studying? ♦ What a nuisance! ■ an interjection: What! You mean I ve… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • what —   1. Relative pronoun. Mea (Gram. 11.3).     I don t know what he wants, a ole au i ike i kāna mea i makemake ai.   2. Exclamation. Keu ā, auwē, auē.     What a nuisance! He keu ā ka ho oluhi!   3. Interrogative. Aha (for idioms, see aha and Gram …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • nuisance — nui·sance / nüs əns, nyüs / n [Anglo French nusaunce, from Old French nuire to harm, from Latin nocēre]: something (as an act, object, or practice) that invades or interferes with another s rights or interests (as the use or enjoyment of… …   Law dictionary

  • Nuisance abatement — is a growing area within policing and code enforcement. The term refers to using building codes, fire codes, zoning, etc. in order to improve the quality of life and resolve life safety issues within neighborhoods. Nuisance abatement programs are …   Wikipedia

  • Nuisance in English law — For the criminal offence, see public nuisance. English Tort law Part of the common law series …   Wikipedia


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