ASAR

from the Spanish verb meaning 'to roast'

 

asar
to verbally irritate, annoy or vex; to tease


Huwag mo akong asarin.
Don't irritate me.


Inaasar na naman ni Pedro si Juan.
Peter is annoying John again.


Laging nang-aasar ng tao...
Always verbally annoying people…



This usually refers to the use of annoying words, but it isn't always verbal.


inaasar ang aso
bothering the dog


Huwag mong asarin ang aso.
Don't provoke the dog.

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