Irritate - definition, pronunciation, transcription
It's his arrogance that really irritates me.
The other passengers were irritated by the child's rudeness.
Harsh soaps can irritate the skin.
He did not wish to irritate the enemy.
A testament has been irritated.
It really irritates me when he doesn't help around the house.
This cream may irritate sensitive skin.
It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves
Aspirin irritates my stomach
His obsequious manner was beginning to irritate me.
The child's incessant talking started to irritate her.
present participle: irritating
past tense: irritated
past participle: irritated
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