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Meaning of “itchy” - Learner’s Dictionary

itchy

adjective     /ˈɪtʃi/
If a part of your body is itchy, it feels uncomfortable and you want to rub it with your nails: an itchy noseSkin complaints and blemishes
itchiness noun [U]
Translations of “itchy”
in Korean 가려운…
in Arabic حُكاك…
in Portuguese que coça…
in Catalan que pica…
in Japanese かゆい…
in Italian che prude…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使人發癢的…
in Russian зудящий…
in Turkish kaşınan, kaşıntılı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使人发痒的…
in Polish swędzący…
(Definition of itchy from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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