Definition of 'itchy'

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It produces an itchy, burning rash with crops of pink or red raised spots and blisters. The Sun (2016)QI'M My skin feels really itchy and sore. The Sun (2017)Dry, itchy can skin can become infected by constant scratching. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The worst symptom was a feeling that swelled behind my eyes - an itchy, piercing pain. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Over the past few months I have been plagued by an itchy and sore red rash in both sides of my groin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And there are drops for your itchy eyes. The Sun (2006)It is frequently an itchy rash which gets worse on contact with the gel. Lewith, George & Horn, Sandra Drug-Free Pain Relief (1987)This makes her feel itchy and uncomfortable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It tends to cause itchy or cracked skin. The Sun (2009)Here we explain how it causes skin to become itchy and inflamed. The Sun (2009)I'VE got an itchy rash on both feet. The Sun (2011)He is finding the plaster uncomfortable because the skin underneath feels itchy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Generally itchy skin for no apparent reason? Atkinson, Jacqueline M Coping with Stress at Work (1988)And you have an itchy rash on your foot which looks like a worm burrowing under your skin. The Sun (2013)It strikes each year at the same time and it makes your eyes and throat itchy rather than sore. The Sun (2014)It was really itchy and uncomfortable. The Sun (2013)It was now four centimetres wide and had become an itchy, open sore which bled regularly. The Sun (2015)It makes your eyelids red, itchy and sore. The Sun (2015)Cue itchy, sore and discharging ears. The Sun (2013)It was frilly and pretty, but itchy and uncomfortable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In which case you might be suffering sneezing and itchy eyes, too. The Sun (2010)He became uncomfortable and itchy, lost his concentration and had to leave the room. Orton, Christine Eczema Relief - the comprehensive self-help plan (1990)Relief could be on the way for millions of people who suffer itchy eyes and stuffed up noses at the sight of a household cat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They weren't itchy or sore. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then you get an itchy feeling about all the chemicals zipping around the average skincare range, so you launch your own organic line. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I didn't sleep for four nights because of the itchy feeling. The Sun (2013)They can bleed, and sometimes cause itchy, sore lumps. The Sun (2008)

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British English: itchy /ˈɪtʃɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If a part of your body or something you are wearing is itchy, you have an unpleasant feeling on your skin that makes you want to scratch.
...itchy, sore eyes.
  • American English: itchy
  • Arabic: يَتَطَلَّبُ الـحَكَّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: com coceira
  • Chinese: 痒的
  • Croatian: koji svrbi
  • Czech: svědivý
  • Danish: kløende
  • Dutch: jeukerig
  • European Spanish: que pica
  • Finnish: kutiseva
  • French: qui démange
  • German: juckend
  • Greek: κνησμώδης
  • Italian: pruriginoso
  • Japanese: かゆい
  • Korean: 가려운
  • Norwegian: som klør
  • Polish: swędzący
  • European Portuguese: com comichão
  • Romanian: care provoacă mâncărime
  • Russian: зудящий
  • Latin American Spanish: que pica
  • Swedish: kliande
  • Thai: มีอาการคัน
  • Turkish: kaşıntılı
  • Ukrainian: сверблячий
  • Vietnamese: ngứa ngáy


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