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How do you say "It's not annoying!" in Japanese?

Asked by Haru (6points) May 31st, 2010

How do you say ‘It’s not annoying!” in Japanese?

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noodlehead710's avatar

It could be urusakunai. That’s the negative of the i-adjective urusai.

noodlehead710's avatar

Ah, quick answers are never good. So urusakunai might be the word for not annoying but to actually say “It’s not annoying!” you might say anything from “uruasakunai yo!” to a friend or ”(sore wa) urusai ja arimasen”.

LuckyGuy's avatar

“Urusai” can mean it is loud.
“Mendokusai ja nai” Can mean “it is not bothering me”. “It’s not troublesome”.

lillycoyote's avatar

…a little flight of fancy, if the mods permit, for earthduzt, merging this with another question How would one say “Sean Hannity really annoys me.” in Japanese? :)

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hey @MRSHINYSHOES good to see you here.

Otto_King's avatar

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動 (vkit) idegesít  [イデゲシート]  =  動 いらいらさせる This means annoying. So so just have to find the “It’s not” in japanese.


@lillycoyote Nice to see you too.

@worriedguy Domo too. Lol.

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