- v.使发怒( irritate的过去式和过去分词 ); 使急躁; 使感到不适; 使疼痛;
His little affectations irritated her.
Her genteel accent irritated me.
She was getting more and more irritated at his comments.
He became more and more irritated by her inability to stick at anything.
Lisa was irritated by the slovenly attitude of her boyfriend Sean.
Not surprisingly, her teacher is getting irritated with her.
"How can that be?" asked Hunt, irritated by the obscurity of Henry's reply.
Whilst I used to laugh it off, I'm now getting irritated by it.
Her high voice really irritated Maria.
Skin is easily irritated, chapped, chafed, and sensitized.
John was irritated by drivers parking near his house and causing an obstruction.
I patted the top of her head in the condescending way I knew irritated the hell out of her.
Francis smiled agreement, irritated by the obviousness of his answer.
Joyce was irritated by the inflexibility of her colleagues.
He felt irritated and strangely fragile, as if he were recovering from a severe bout of flu.
She irritated him beyond measure.
Some ants eject formic acid when irritated.
She was unaccountably irritated.
His words irritated me.
It was transparent that she was irritated.
Jim is irritated enough now; don't blow the coals too much or we shall have an explosion of anger from him.
I was irritated to hear her sing the same song.
The smoke irritated my eyes.
Your commanding tone irritated him.
His explanation irritated us all.
She is more than irritated now, don't stir the coals!
How does ability remove every day irritated head. Set his mind at to sleep?
The description of my article is wrong and I am irritated. How do I correct it?
对我的文章的描述是错误的,我有理由对此大为不满吧?怎么纠正 呢 ?
He was irritated against his son.
He is irritated at having to wait for Jane.
I had an old aunt who used to throw cups of tea at people when she was particularly irritated.
To prove that she was really irritated with her husband
1. feeling inflammation or other discomfort (especially in a part of the body)
2. aroused to impatience or anger;
"made an irritated gesture"
"feeling nettled from the constant teasing"
"peeved about being left out"
"felt really pissed at her snootiness"
"riled no end by his lies"
"roiled by the delay"