In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(annoyed)(frown/look) de impaciencia(look/frown) de irritaciónto be irritated with / at sth/with sb — estar irritado por algo/con algn
- Fluids help keep nasal passages moist, prevent dehydration, and soothe an irritated throat.
- 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.
- Atman's normally calm face grew irritated and impatient.
- Calamine lotion is difficult to remove from an irritated area of skin.
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