A PAIN IN THE NECK
A PAIN IN THE NECK: meaning and examples
Today's expression is: to be a pain in the neck
It means: to be very annoying. Something that makes you feel slightly angry or impatient.
My boss is a pain in the neck; he constantly organises meetings and then cancels them 5 minutes before.
Johnny!! Stop being a pain in the neck. Stop annoying your little brother!
The most logical translation to Spanish/Catalan would be "pesado"/"pesat".
I hope you have a good day!