Definition of irritated in English:

irritated

Syllabification: ir·ri·tat·ed
Pronunciation: /ˈirəˌtādəd
 
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adjective

Showing or feeling slight anger; annoyed: the irritated look on Alec’s face
More example sentences
  • This will help loosen respiratory secretions and soothe irritated lungs and breathing passages.
  • An irritated stomach lining can cause pain, nausea or heartburn.
  • A water mist is continuously sprayed into the tent to provide humidification to soothe the baby's irritated airway.

Derivatives

irritatedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • The bland trade journal irritatedly dismissed the book as ‘a weirdly out-of-touch bid for personal attention.’
  • Katie said irritatedly, ‘Well, at least keep the noises down.’
  • ‘That's not the point,’ Tori interrupted irritatedly.

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