irritate
irritate
transitive verb
1. (to bother) 
a. irritar 
The constant noise of the drill was really beginning to irritate me.El ruido constante del taladro realmente empezaba a irritarme.
b. fastidiar 
Do we have to hang out with Russell? I know he means well, but he really irritates me.¿Tenemos que pasar tiempo con Russell? Sé que tiene buenas intenciones, pero me fastidia mucho.
c. molestar 
Leave your brother alone! He's trying to do his homework, and you're irritating him.¡Deja a tu hermano en paz! Está tratando de hacer la tarea y lo estás molestando.
2. (to cause itching) 
a. irritar 
Jesus doesn't like to wear synthetic fabrics because they irritate his skin.A Jesús no le gusta usar telas sintéticas porque le irritan la piel.
irritate
transitive verb
1. (annoy) 
a. irritar, fastidiar 
2. (medicine) 
a. irritar 
irritate [ˈɪrɪteɪt]
transitive verb
1 (annoy) irritar; fastidiar
to get irritated irritarse; enfadarse
2 (Med) irritar
irritar
transitive verb
1. (to annoy) 
Los niños irritaron tanto al profesor, que acabó gritándoles.The children irritated the teacher so much that he ended up yelling at them.
2. (to inflame) 
Usar lentillas durante demasiadas horas irrita los ojos.Wearing contact lenses for too long irritates your eyes.
irritarse
pronominal verb
3. (to get angry) 
Miguel tiende a irritarse si no le das la razón.Miguel tends to get annoyed if you don't agree with him.
Me irrito cuando mi hermano sigue pidiéndome plata.I get irritated when my brother keeps asking me for money.
4. (to get inflamed) 
La piel se me irrita cuando beso a un chico que lleva barba.My skin becomes irritated when I kiss a guy with a beard.
Siempre que vengo a esta ciudad llena de smog, se me irritan los ojos.Whenever I come to this city full of smog, my eyes become inflamed.
irritar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to irritate 
pronominal verb
2. (enfadarse) 
a. to get angry o annoyed 
3. (sujeto: piel) 
a. to become irritated 
irritar
transitive verb
1 (enfadar) to irritate
2 (Med) to irritate
3 [+celos, pasiones] to stir up; inflame
pronominal verb
irritarse to get irritated
irritarse por algo to get irritated about o at sth; get annoyed about o at sth; irritarse con algn to get irritated with sb; get annoyed with sb
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