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irritate

verb   /ˈɪr·ɪ·teɪt/ ( present participle irritating, past tense and past participle irritated)
to make someone slightly angry poner nervioso a, irritar His comments really irritated me.
to make a part of your body hurt irritar The smoke irritated her eyes.
(Definition of irritate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

irritate

verb /ˈiriteit/
to annoy or make angry irritar, molestar The children’s chatter irritated him.
to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc irritar Soap can irritate a baby’s skin.
irritable adjective
easily annoyed irritable He was in an irritable mood.
irritably adverb
de mal humor He was muttering irritably to himself.
irritability noun
irritabilidad
irritableness noun
irritabilidad
irritating adjective
irritante She has an irritating voice.
irritation noun
irritación
(Definition of irritate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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