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2 Translation results for nag in Spanish

verb | noun

nag verb

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nagged, has nagged, is nagging, nags
molestar, fastidiar; quejarse, rezongar; regañar, estarle encima a

Example sentences of
nag verb

  • Mom's always nagging me about my hair.
  • All you ever do is nag.
  • My parents are always nagging me to clean my room.
  • He kept nagging her until she agreed to see the movie.
  • Quit nagging! I already said I'm not going.

Detailed synonyms for nag verb

See: Worry

nag noun

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gruñón, -ñona; jamelgo

Synonyms of
nag noun

Reverse translation for nag

molestar  - to be a nuisance, to annoy, to bother, to disturb, to disrupt 
fastidiar  - to be annoying or bothersome, to annoy, to bother, to hassle, to bore 
quejarse  - to complain, to groan, to moan 
rezongar  - to gripe, to grumble 
regañar  - to scold, to give a talking to, to grumble, to complain, to quarrel, to argue 
gruñón  - grumpy person, nag 
jamelgo  - nag (horse) 
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