Dormouse559 wrote:As far as I know it's "(movie) theater" in U.S. English, and "cinema" in U.K. (possibly other Commonwealth) English. I haven't heard of "cinema theatre" before.
The literal translation of "to annoy" didn't give me any suggestions, so I used dare fastidio
but it has a slightly broader meaning than "to annoy", it can also mean "to have an uncomfortable feeling".
Mi dà fastidio quando studio e un velociraptor
Mi dà fastidio quando il mio ragazzo mi tocca
Mi dà fastidio quando tocco il glande
Mi dà fastidio quando mi bacia
It annoys me when I study and a velociraptor
It annoys me / I have an uncorfortable feeling when my boyfriend touches me
It annoys me / I have an uncorfortable feeling when I touch my glans
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