Irritate

I глагол 1) а) возмущать, раздражать, сердить Например: He did not wish to irritate the enemy. — Он не хотел сердить противника. Синоним(ы): provoke, vex б) досаждать, докучать, надоедать Синоним(ы): annoy, fret 2) физиология; медицина а) вызывать раздражение, воспаление б) раздражать, стимулировать II глагол; юриспруденция делать недействительным, аннулировать Например: A testament has been irritated. — Завещание было признано недействительным. Синоним(ы): unsettle, defeat

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Irritate

1) бередить 2) растравлять 3) раздражать, возбуждать 4) используется в разговорной речи шерстить

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Irritate

verb (-tated; -tating) Etymology: Latin irritatus, past participle of irritare transitive verb 1. to provoke impatience, anger, or displeasure in ; annoy 2. to induce irritability in or of intransitive verb to cause or induce displeasure or irritation • irritatingly adverb Synonyms: irritate, exasperate, nettle, provoke, rile, peeve mean to excite a feeling of anger or annoyance. irritate implies an often gradual arousing of angry feelings that may range from mere impatience to rage
Example: constant nagging that irritated me greatly. exasperate suggests galling annoyance and the arousing of extreme impatience
Example: his exasperating habit of putting off needed decisions. nettle suggests a sharp but passing annoyance or stinging
Example: your pompous attitude nettled several people. provoke implies an arousing of strong annoyance that may excite to action
Example: remarks made solely to provoke her. rile implies inducing an angry or resentful agitation
Example: the new work schedules riled the employees. peeve suggests arousing fretful often petty or querulous irritation
Example: a toddler peeved at being refused a cookie.

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