Translation of irritating in Spanish:


irritante, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɪrɪˌteɪdɪŋ//ˈɪrɪteɪtɪŋ/


  • 1

    (noise/cheerfulness/person/remark) irritante
    (person/noise/cheerfulness/remark) molesto
    • Imagine if that irritating receptionist didn't bother to smile as she told you everything you want is absolutely out of the question.
    • I realised that I'm picking up one of my dad's most irritating habits.
    • The endless instrument tuning got a bit irritating at times too.
    • She looked at him, casting him an irritating, exasperated look.
    • But they have, all of them, one particularly irritating little habit.
  • 2

    (causing soreness)
    (substance/agent) irritante
    • I am suffering from a urinary tract infection, which has subsequently resulted in an irritating rash on my face and body.
    • Instead of sunscreens, use sunblocks, which are less irritating to sensitive skin.
    • Alcohol can also make the stomach more sensitive to the irritating effect of aspirin.
    • This solution matches your body's salinity, and baking soda makes it less irritating to your sinuses.
    • The hawking is very irritating to the inflamed throat and is often the reason the symptoms persist.