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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishirritatingir‧ri‧tat‧ing /ˈɪrəteɪtɪŋ/ ●●○ adjective  ANNOYan irritating habit, situation etc keeps annoying you He’s the most irritating man I’ve ever met. He was smiling in a way I found very irritating.irritating habit/characteristics/mannerisms She has an irritating habit of interrupting. a dry irritating coughirritatingly adverb
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irritatingHis blind refusal to break the rules and give us any information was so bloody irritating.Since women's clay-to-day experience of irritating and offensive usage is unrelenting, this is obviously problematic.Information-retrieval is often irritating and slow.Sammy has an irritating habit of leaving the refrigerator door open while he's fixing something to eat.a dog with an irritating, high-pitched barkIt's so irritating how Ellen always tries to finish people's sentences for them.It turned out to be an irritating, sad day.Nothing is more irritating than people who do not keep to the point and talk for too long.irritating habit/characteristics/mannerismsLast year we had an irritating habit of losing; now we seem to be in a nasty spell of drawing matches.You let off steam about an irritating habit of your boss's and the word gets back to him. 2.
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