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irritate

  • 1 irritate

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    [English Word] be irritated
    [Swahili Word] -chochewa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] -chocha v
    [Swahili Definition] kutiwa ugomvi
    [English Example] I don't want this foolishness of yours of irritating words.
    [Swahili Example] Sitaki huo upuzi wako wa maneno ya kuchochewa [Chacha, Masomo 376]
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    [English Word] be irritated
    [Swahili Word] -washa
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] be irritated
    [Swahili Word] -wawa
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] become irritated
    [Swahili Word] -fyeruka
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -cheneta
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -chocheleza
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -chokoza
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] causative
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -chokoa
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -chusha
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] causative
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -chua
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -ghadhabisha
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -kasiri
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] kasirani
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -kera
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -kereketa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] kera V
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -kereketa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Swahili Example] habari hii inanikereketa sana
    [Note] this report made me very angry.
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -nyonga
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Related Words] nyonge, nyongea, kinyongo, mnyongaji
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -ringa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] intransitive
    [Related Words] maringo
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -saliti
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -sonoa
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate
    [Swahili Word] -tusha
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] irritate someone
    [Swahili Word] -sononesha
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] causative
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    English-Swahili dictionary > irritate

  • 2 irritate

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > irritate

  • 3 irritate

    'iriteit
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) irritar, molestar
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) irritar
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation

    irritate vb irritar / molestar
    tr['ɪrɪteɪt]
    1 (annoy) irritar, molestar, fastidiar
    2 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL (cause discomfort) irritar; (make inflamed) inflamar
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to get irritated (angry) irritarse, enfadarse
    irritate ['ɪrə.teɪt] vt, - tated ; - tating
    1) annoy: irritar, molestar
    2) : irritar (en medicina)
    v.
    amohinar v.
    atufar v.
    azuzar v.
    encalabrinar v.
    encarnizar v.
    encolerizar v.
    enconar v.
    encrudecer v.
    endemoniar v.
    endurecer v.
    enfurecer v.
    enojar v.
    ensañar v.
    indignar v.
    irritar v.
    'ɪrəteɪt, 'ɪrɪteɪt
    1) ( annoy) irritar, molestar
    2) ( make sore) \<\<skin/membrane\>\> irritar
    ['ɪrɪteɪt]
    VT
    1) (=annoy) irritar, fastidiar

    to get irritated — irritarse, enfadarse

    2) (Med) irritar
    * * *
    ['ɪrəteɪt, 'ɪrɪteɪt]
    1) ( annoy) irritar, molestar
    2) ( make sore) \<\<skin/membrane\>\> irritar

    English-spanish dictionary > irritate

  • 4 irritate

    transitive verb

    be irritated by or feel irritated at something — sich über etwas (Akk.) ärgern

    2) (Med.) reizen
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    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) verärgern
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) reizen
    - academic2.ru/39429/irritable">irritable
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation
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    ir·ri·tate
    [ˈɪrɪteɪt]
    vt
    1. ( pej: provoke)
    to \irritate sb jdn [ver]ärgern [o reizen]
    to be intensely \irritated äußerst ungehalten [o verärgert] sein
    to feel \irritated at sth sich akk über etw akk ärgern
    2. MED ( pej: inflame)
    to \irritate skin Hautreizungen hervorrufen
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    ['IrIteɪt]
    vt
    1) (= annoy) ärgern, aufregen; (deliberately) reizen; (= get on nerves of) irritieren
    2) (MED) reizen
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    irritate [ˈırıteıt] v/t reizen ( auch MED), (ver)ärgern, irritieren:
    be irritated sich ärgern (at, by über etwas; with über jemanden)
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    transitive verb

    be irritated by or feel irritated at something — sich über etwas (Akk.) ärgern

    2) (Med.) reizen
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    v.
    irritieren v.
    reizen v.
    ärgern v.

    English-german dictionary > irritate

  • 5 irritate

    ['ɪrɪteɪt]
    v
    1) раздражать, вызывать воспаление, вызывать болезненное ощущение

    The mosquito bite irritated my skin. — Укус комара вызвал болезненное ощущение.

    - irritate smth
    - irritate the skin
    2) раздражать, сердить

    He was irritated by the delay. — Задержка раздражала его/вызывала у него раздражение.

    CHOICE OF WORDS:
    Чувство раздражения может быть передано рядом слов и словосочетаний, которые в отличие от нейтрального глагола to irritate указывают на силу и степень раздражения, его характер и возможный источник или причину, вызывающую такую эмоцию. К наиболее часто используемым относятся глаголы to vex, to exasperate, to nettle, to gall, to bug, to provoke и словосочетания to tick/to hack smb off, to get smb going, to get going. Последние три сочетания используются обычно в неофициальной, разговорной речи. Глаголы to exasperate, to gall, to vex и to nettle передают сильное раздражение, часто связанное с обидой, гневом, досадой. Глагол to exasperate имеет значение "сильно раздражать, выводить из себя, сердить": her jealousy exasperated him ee ревность выводила его из себя; he was exasperated by her refusal to admit that she was unjust он сердился на нее за то, что она не хотела признавать, что была несправедлива к нему. Глагол to gall имеет значение "злить, вызывать сильное раздражение, задевать": it galled him when his stepson reminded him that he was not his father and he didn't have to obey him его злило/задевало, когда его пасынок напоминал ему, что он ему не отец, и он не обязан его слушаться. Глагол to nettle имеет значение "раздражать, уязвлять, задевать за живое, выводить из себя": ridiculed nettles him их насмешки задевали его за живое. Глагол to vex имеет значение "досаждать, досадовать, злиться, дразнить": don't be vexed with me не сердись на меня; don't vex the dog не дразни собаку; he was vexed with himself for not going to the concert он сердился сам на себя, что не пошел на концерт. Глагол to bug имеет значение "надоедать, раздражать, привязываться": I just can't remember her name and it is bugging me мне не дает покоя то, что я никак не могу вспомнить, как ее зовут; Look! You are bugging! Отстань от меня; his words were bugging her ee раздражало то, что она никак не могла забыть/выбросить из головы его слова. Глагол to provoke имеет значение "вызывать раздражение, провоцировать, выводить из себя": he tried to be patient with the child, but his tricks provoked him он пытался быть терпеливым с ребенком, но фокусы последнего выводили его из терпения. Словосочетание to get going имеет значение "раздражаться, взвиваться, заводиться": she gets going at the mere mention of his name — она заводится при одном упоминании его имени. Словосочетания to get smb going и to tick smb off имеют значения "раздражать, злить, выводить из себя": it ticks him off every time they cancel a meeting without warning him он взвивается каждый раз, когда они, не предепредив его, отменяют собрание; his comments about women drivers got her going and she began to argue его замечания о женщинах за рулем тут же задели ее, и она начала спорить

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > irritate

  • 6 irritate

    irritate [ˊɪrɪteɪt] v
    1) раздража́ть, серди́ть
    2) мед. вызыва́ть раздраже́ние, воспале́ние
    3) физиол. вызыва́ть де́ятельность о́ргана посре́дством раздраже́ния
    irritate [ˊɪrɪteɪt] v
    юр. де́лать недействи́тельным, аннули́ровать

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > irritate

  • 7 irritate

    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) irritere
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) irritere
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation
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    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) irritere
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) irritere
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation

    English-Danish dictionary > irritate

  • 8 irritate

    irritate ir∙ri∙tate verb [VN] 1. to annoy sb, especially by sth you continuously do or by sth that continuously happens • 使烦恼(尤指不断重复的事情):
    »The way she puts on that accent really irritates me.
    她故意操那种口音的样子实在令我恼火。
    2. to make your skin or a part of your body sore or painful • 刺激(皮肤或身体部位):
    »Some drugs can irritate the lining of the stomach.
    有些药物可能刺激胃内壁。
    ir∙ri∙tat∙ing adj.:
    »I found her extremely irritating.
    我觉得她极其令人恼火。
    »an irritating habit
    »an irritating cough / rash
    令人痛苦的咳嗽/皮疹
    ir∙ri∙tat∙ing∙ly adv. ir∙ri∙ta∙tion noun [U, C]:
    »He noted, with some irritation, that the letter had not been sent.
    他注意到那封信还没有发出去,有点生气。
    »a skin irritation
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    ['iriteit]
    vt. 激怒, 使急躁
    v. 刺激

    English-Chinese dictionary > irritate

  • 9 irritate

    ir·ri·tate [ʼɪrɪteɪt] vt;
    1) (pej: provoke)
    to \irritate sb jdn [ver]ärgern [o reizen];
    to be intensely \irritated äußerst ungehalten [o verärgert] sein;
    to feel \irritated at sth sich akk über etw akk ärgern
    2) med;
    (pej: inflame)
    to \irritate skin Hautreizungen hervorrufen

    English-German students dictionary > irritate

  • 10 irritate

    'iriteit
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) pirre, erte, irritere
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) irritere
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation
    irritere
    verb \/ˈɪrɪteɪt\/
    1) irritere, ergre, uroe, forarge
    2) pirre
    3) ( fysiologi) irritere

    English-Norwegian dictionary > irritate

  • 11 irritate

    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) erta, skaprauna
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) erta
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation

    English-Icelandic dictionary > irritate

  • 12 irritate

    felbosszant, felingerel, irritál
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    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) felbosszant
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) ingerel
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation

    English-Hungarian dictionary > irritate

  • 13 irritate

    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) irritar
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) irritar
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation
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    ir.ri.tate
    ['iriteit] vt 1 irritar. 2 provocar. 3 estimular.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > irritate

  • 14 irritate

    {'iriteit}
    1. дразня, раздразвам, разсърдвам, ядосвам, нервирам
    to be IRRITATEd at/by/with дразня/раздразвам се от
    to be IRRITATEd against сърдя се на
    2. физиол. дразня, правя чувствителен, възбуждам, стимулирам
    3. мед. раздразвам, възпалявам
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    {'iriteit} v 1. дразня, раздразвам, разсърдвам, ядосвам, нер
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    ядосвам; сърдя; стимулирам; тровя; анулирам; възбуждам; възпалявам; раздразвам; раздразням; раздразнявам; разсърдвам; дразня; нервирам;
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    1. to be irritated against сърдя се на 2. to be irritated at/by/with дразня/раздразвам се от 3. дразня, раздразвам, разсърдвам, ядосвам, нервирам 4. мед. раздразвам, възпалявам 5. физиол. дразня, правя чувствителен, възбуждам, стимулирам
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    irritate[´iri¸teit] I. v 1. дразня, раздразвам, сърдя, разсърдвам, ядосвам, нервирам; to be \irritated at (by, with) дразня се от; 2. физиол. дразня, правя чувствителен, възбуждам, стимулирам; 3. мед. раздразвам, възпалявам. II. [´iri¸teit] v юрид. анулирам, обезсилвам, правя недействителен.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > irritate

  • 15 irritate

    v. kızdırmak, sinirini bozmak, kurcalamak, öfkelendirmek, sinir bozmak, sinirlendirmek, tahrik etmek, gıcık etmek, tahriş etmek, azdırmak, kaşındırmak, iptal etmek, sinir etmek, rahatsız etmek
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    1. sinirlendir 2. tahriş et
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    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) kızdırmak, sinirlendirmek
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) tahriş etmek
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation

    English-Turkish dictionary > irritate

  • 16 irritate

    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) dražiti, jeziti
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) dražiti
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation
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    I [íriteit]
    transitive verb
    dražiti, razdražiti (by s čim); iritirati, vznemirjati
    irritated at — jezen na kaj, vznemirjen zaradi česa
    II [íriteit]
    transitive verb
    juridically razveljaviti, anulirati

    English-Slovenian dictionary > irritate

  • 17 irritate

    • ottaa aivoon
    • närkästyttää
    • härnätä
    • häiritä
    • ikävystyttää
    • häväistä
    • irvailla
    • hermostuttaa
    • vihastuttaa
    • vaivata
    • potuttaa
    • raivostuttaa
    • tehdä kiusaa
    • karvastella
    • keljuttaa
    • kiihottaa
    • kismittää
    • kiukuttaa
    • kiusata
    • lietsoa
    • kaivella
    • hankaluus
    • harmittaa
    • haitata
    • sapettaa
    • suututtaa
    • ärsyttää
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    'iriteit
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) ärsyttää
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) ärsyttää
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation

    English-Finnish dictionary > irritate

  • 18 irritate

    v. irriteren; prikkelen (van een zintuig)
    [ irritteet]
    irriterenergeren, boos maken
    irriteren prikkelen 〈huid e.d.〉
    biologie prikkelen stimuleren zenuw, spier
    voorbeelden:
    1   be irritated at/by/with geërgerd zijn/worden door

    English-Dutch dictionary > irritate

  • 19 irritate

    ['ɪrɪteɪt]
    verbo transitivo irritare (anche med.)
    * * *
    ['iriteit]
    1) (to annoy or make angry: The children's chatter irritated him.) irritare
    2) (to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc: Soap can irritate a baby's skin.) irritare
    - irritably
    - irritability
    - irritableness
    - irritating
    - irritation
    * * *
    ['ɪrɪteɪt]
    verbo transitivo irritare (anche med.)

    English-Italian dictionary > irritate

  • 20 irritate

    irritate [ˈɪrɪteɪt]
    * * *
    ['ɪrɪteɪt]
    transitive verb gen, Medicine irriter

    English-French dictionary > irritate

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  • Irritate — Ir ri*tate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Irritated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Irritating}.] [L. irritatus, p. p. of irritare. Of doubtful origin.] [1913 Webster] 1. To increase the action or violence of; to heighten excitement in; to intensify; to stimulate.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • irritate — [ir′i tāt΄] vt. irritated, irritating [< L irritatus, pp. of irritare, to excite, stimulate, irritate < ir , in + IE base * erei , to excite, agitate > ROAM] 1. to excite to anger; provoke; annoy; exasperate 2. to cause (an organ or part …   English World dictionary

  • irritate — [v1] upset, anger abrade, affront, aggravate, annoy, bother, bug*, burn*, chafe, confuse, distemper, disturb, drive up the wall*, enrage, exasperate, fret, gall, get, get on nerves*, get under skin*, grate, harass, incense, inflame, infuriate,… …   New thesaurus

  • Irritate — Ir ri*tate, a. Excited; heightened. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Irritate — Ir ri*tate, v. t. [See 1 st {Irritant}.] To render null and void. [R.] Abp. Bramhall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • irritate — I verb affront, aggravate, agitate, anger, annoy, badger, bother, bully, chafe, discompose, displease, disturb, enrage, exacerbate, exasperate, excite anger, excite impatience, fret, gall, give offense, grate, harass, hector, incense, inflame,… …   Law dictionary

  • irritate — (v.) 1530s, stimulate to action, rouse, incite, from L. irritatus, pp. of irritare excite, provoke. An earlier verb form was irrite (mid 15c.), from O.Fr. irriter. Meaning annoy, make impatient is from 1590s. Related: Irritated; irritating …   Etymology dictionary

  • irritate — irritate, exasperate, nettle, provoke, aggravate, rile, peeve are comparable when meaning to excite a feeling of angry annoyance in a person. Something which irritates greatly displeases or offends and evokes a display of feeling ranging from… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • irritate — ► VERB 1) make annoyed or angry. 2) cause inflammation in (a part of the body). DERIVATIVES irritating adjective irritation noun. ORIGIN Latin irritare …   English terms dictionary

  • irritate — irritator, n. /ir i tayt /, v., irritated, irritating. v.t. 1. to excite to impatience or anger; annoy. 2. Physiol., Biol. to excite (a living system) to some characteristic action or function. 3. Pathol. to bring (a body part) to an abnormally… …   Universalium

  • irritate */ — UK [ˈɪrɪteɪt] / US [ˈɪrɪˌteɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms irritate : present tense I/you/we/they irritate he/she/it irritates present participle irritating past tense irritated past participle irritated 1) to make someone feel annoyed or… …   English dictionary


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