(USED WITH OBJECT) [IR·RI·TAT·ED, IR·RI·TAT·ING.]
to excite to impatience or anger; annoy.
Physiology, Biology. to excite (a living system) to some characteristic action or function.
Pathology. to bring (a body part) to an abnormally excited or sensitive condition.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [IR·RI·TAT·ED, IR·RI·TAT·ING.]
Irritated definition, angered, provoked, or annoyed. See more.
to make (someone) impatient, angry, or annoyed. : to make (part of your body)
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subjected to irritation; especially : roughened, reddened, or inflamed by an irritant
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To irritate is to cause an unsettling reaction, whether it's of the body or the nerves.
You can irritate someone by talking too loudly on your cellphone in public.
v. ir·ri·tat·ed, ir·ri·tat·ing, ir·ri·tates. v.tr. 1. To cause (someone) to feel impatient or
angry; annoy: a loud, bossy voice that irritates listeners. See Synonyms at annoy
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irritate is to aggravate or annoy, or to cause itchiness, inflammation or discomfort
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Top Definition. irritating. people that wont stop talking about stupid shit even
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