irritable
adjective
1. (easily annoyed) 
a. irritable 
What's his deal? He's very irritable today.¿Qué le pasa a él? Está muy irritable hoy.
b. irascible (personality) 
I didn't like your friend much. He had an awfully irritable temperament.No me cayó muy bien tu amigo. Tiene un carácter bastante irascible.
2. (sensitive) 
a. sensible 
I use a lot of lotion because I tend to have irritable skin.Me pongo mucha loción porque suelo tener la piel sensible.
irritable
adjective
1. (general) 
a. irritable 
2. (medicine) 
a. no direct translation 
irritable bowel syndromecolon irritable
irritable [ˈɪrɪtəbl]
adjective
1 (easily annoyed) [+person] irritable; [+temperament] irascible; colérico
she had to get used to his irritable moods
to get or become irritable irritarse; to be in an irritable mood estar irritable
2 (sensitive) [+skin] sensible

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irritable
adjective
1. (prone to irritation) 
a. irritable 
Tengo síndrome del intestino irritable, y se empeora cuando como mucha comida picante.I've got irritable bowel syndrome, and it gets worse when I eat a lot of spicy food.
b. sensitive 
Si tienes piel irritable, evita la exposición directa al sol.If you have sensitive skin, avoid direct sunlight.
2. (grumpy) 
a. irritable 
Juan está irritable porque se levantó con el pie izquierdo.Juan is irritable because he got up on the wrong side of the bed.
irritable
adjective
1. (general) 
a. irritable 
irritable
adjective
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