1.annoy v. 使苦恼，骚扰
A: It annoys me when someone tries to jump a queue.
B: Yes, that can be annoying, but we shouldn't mind it.
2.annoying a. 烦人的,讨厌的
A: It's raining again. How annoying!
B: There's no need to get annoyed. Plants need rain.
3.around (round) the bend 疯狂
A: That job drove me round the bend. I would have gone round the bend if I'd stayed here any longer.
B: But your present job earns you quite less money than your previous one.
4.at a loss 困惑不解，茫然不知所措
A: Why did you keep silent at the meeting?
B: I was at a complete loss for words on such a formal occasion.
5.at one's wit's end 智穷计尽，全然不知所措
A: Why do you look upset?
B: I'm at my wit's end with this problem.
6.be fed up with 极其厌倦
A: Why do you go along with him?
B: No, I'm fed up with his dull persuasion.
7.bear v. 忍受
A: His wife always nags at him. I wonder how he ran bear living with such a woman for so many years.
B: He's really henpecked.
8.bellyache v. (为琐事)发牢骚
A: Stop bellyaching about his faultfinding, and get on with the job.
B: The boss's too choosy!
9.bitch v. 不停地发牢骚
A: He kept bitching at me for making him stop smoking.
B: He was impolite. Why didn't you teach him a lesson?
10.boss sb. around 对……指手画脚
A: Would you like to work here for another three years?
B: No, I wouldn't. I've decided to leave this company because I'm sick of the old man bossing us around like that. Who does he think he is?
11.comfort v. 安慰
A: Jark has failed the driving test.
B: We should go and comfort him, or he'll get depressed.
12.drive sb. nuts 使某人烦恼
A: Tum off the TV. It's driving me nuts.
B : Sorry，I thought you enjoyed this program.
13.drive sh. up the wall 使某人烦躁
A: I wish you'd stop nagging. It drives me up the wall.
B: But you haven't brought. home your salary!
14.exhausted v. 筋疲力尽的
A: Damn this work!I'm exhausted.
B: Oh, you're tired of it?
15.get on sb.'s nerves 惹得某人心烦
A: He's always moaning. It really gets on my nerves.
B: He's really ill.
16.get tired of 对……厌倦了
A: Do you like to talk with that lady.
B: No, I've got tired of her constant complaints.
17.get up on the wrong side of the bed 情绪不好，心情不好
A: You look like you got up on the wrong side of the bed.
B: I lost my key to the room this morning.
18.go nuts 发疯，发狂
A: I'll go nuts if I have to wait any longer.
B: But you have to be patient if you want to get her help.
19.harass v. 使烦恼
A: Stop harassing me, will you? I'm trying to work!
B: Sorry, I didn't know that.
20.hate v. 讨厌，不喜欢
A: How about going shopping at the weekend?
B: Sorry, but I really hate to waste time in shops.
21.have had enough 完全厌倦了
A: I've just about had enough of your sass.
B: Sorry, but I didn't intend to offend you.
22.impatient a. 不耐烦的
A: The bus's coming soon. Will you wait for another ten minutes?
B: No, I'm too impatient.
23.insane a. 精神错乱的，疯狂的
A: I've decided to give up teaching. It's really driving me insane.
B: Can you find a better job?
24.joke n. 荒唐可笑的事情
A: The whole meeting was a complete joke.
B: You shouldn't have attended it.
25.mood n. 心境，心情
A: Why does he keep silent?
B: He's in a bad mood.
26.nuisance n. 讨厌的东西，讨厌的人
A: what a nuisance! I've forgotten my ticket.
B: So you have to cancel the hotel.
27.Oh heck 真见鬼!(用以表示厌烦或强调)
A: Oh heck ! I've lost my ID card。
B: Did you leave it in the hotel?
28.put up with 忍受
A: I can't put up with their constant quarreling.
B: You'll take a short time to get used to that.
29.relief n. 宽慰，安慰，减轻
A: For me, their visits were a relief from loneliness.
B: So you'd better ask them to come and see you frequently.
30.relieve v. 减轻，解除
A: How can I feel less lonely?
B: You may relieve your loneliness if you find a friend to talk with.
31.run out of patience 失去耐心
A: You look like you're running out of patience.
B: Yes，I can't stand their shouting any more.
32.sick a. 厌恶的
A: It makes me sick td think of her ugly face.
B: Why don't you divorce her?
33.troubled a. 烦恼的
A: You seem troubled. Is anything the matter?
B: I' m really annoyed with my wife for forgetting to phone me again.
34.upset a. 使心烦的
A: Why does he pull a long face?
B: He's still upset about his quarrel with bane.
35.whine v. 发出唉声叹气的牢骚声
A: Far goodness' sake stop whining about your job.
B: But I can't stand the poor working condition.