Definition of 'irritating'
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The ineffectual, irritating laxative followed by the heavy purge. THE GOLDEN LION`Yes," Peik answered her, with the impatient gesture of brushing away an irritating fly. TO HIS JUST DESSERTSHis hero worship of Jarvis, normally irritating, suddenly became the foundation relationship that others, more ephemeral, could rely upon. LET NOT THE DEEP
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Translations for 'irritating'
British English: irritating /ˈɪrɪˌteɪtɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is irritating keeps annoying you.
...his irritating habit of interrupting.
- American English: irritating
- Arabic: مُثِيرٌ لِلْغَضَبِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: irritante
- Chinese: 气人的
- Croatian: iritantan
- Czech: nepříjemný jdoucí na nervy
- Danish: irriterende
- Dutch: irritant
- European Spanish: irritante
- Finnish: ärsyttävä
- French: agaçant
- German: nervig
- Greek: εκνευριστικός
- Italian: irritante
- Japanese: いらいらさせる
- Korean: 화나게 하는
- Norwegian: irriterende
- Polish: irytujący
- European Portuguese: irritante
- Romanian: agasant
- Russian: раздражающий
- Spanish: irritante
- Swedish: irriterande
- Thai: ทำให้รำคาญ
- Turkish: sinir bozucu
- Ukrainian: дратівливий
- Vietnamese: làm phát cáu
Definition of irritating from the Collins English Dictionary
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