vt. 使生气，使不愉快; 冒犯，触怒
vi. 使生气; 使不快
If something or someone displeases you, they make you annoyed or rather angry.
Not wishing to displease her, he avoided answering the question.
1. give displeasure to
You displease your father when you don't obey him.
Well, I can't afford to displease my boss.
No sooner had I uttered the words than I could have kicked myself, for I knew they would displease him.
She couldn't afford to displease her boss.
There's always something about success that displease even your best friend.