音標：[ 'nægiŋ ] 發音：
- My wife is always nagging about my untidiness .
- He had a sharp-tongued, nagging stepmother .
- Do n't keep nagging me about that remark of mine .
- The question had been nagging at victory all day .
- Pride, envy, remorse nag his characters .
- Her constant nagging is beginning to get to him .
- He is busy. stop nagging at him .
- She nagged at him all day long .
- I do not think i can take much more of your nagging .
- She nagged him all day long .
- continually complaining or faultfinding; "a shrewish wife"; "nagging parents"
Nagging is a form of pestering, or otherwise reminding an individual of previously discussed dictates or advice, usually from a perspective of superiority. The word is derived from the Scandinavian nagga, which means "to gnaw".