frustrate

verb

Dialects

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Emoji One's confounded face emoji Apple's confounded face emoji Twemoji's confounded face emoji Facebook's confounded face emoji Messenger's confounded face emoji Google's confounded face emoji
Emoji One's face with steam from nose emoji Apple's face with steam from nose emoji Twemoji's face with steam from nose emoji Facebook's face with steam from nose emoji Messenger's face with steam from nose emoji Google's face with steam from nose emoji
Emoji One's man facepalming emoji Apple's man facepalming emoji Twemoji's man facepalming emoji Facebook's man facepalming emoji Messenger does not support man facepalming emoji Google's man facepalming emoji
Emoji One's woman facepalming emoji Apple's woman facepalming emoji Twemoji's woman facepalming emoji Facebook's woman facepalming emoji Messenger does not support woman facepalming emoji Google's woman facepalming emoji

Origin

Late Middle English: from Latin frustrat- ‘disappointed’, from the verb frustrare, from frustra ‘in vain’.

Pronunciation

  • frustrate /ˈfrʌstreɪt/
  • frustrate /frʌˈstreɪt/