Definitions and translations for "irk"

Definition of irk

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Verb
1. To irritate; annoy; bother
It irks me to do all this work and have someone destroy it.
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English - English - irk

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v. annoy, bother, irritate; tire
adj. racial
n. race, strain, folk, peoples

English - Spanish - irk

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v. fastidiar, molestar

English - French - irk

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v. agacer, accabler, fatiguer, importuner

English - German - irk

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v. ärgern, verärgern; ermüden

English - Indonesian - irk

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v. menjengkelkan, mengganggu

English - Italian - irk

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v. seccare, infastidire, irritare, urtare

English - Polish - irk

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v. drażnić, niepokoić, alterować

English - Portuguese - irk

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v. irritar, provocar, molestar

English - Romanian - irk

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v. plictisi {fam.}, supăra

English - Russian - irk

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г. утомлять, раздражать, надоедать

English - Turkish - irk

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f. sıkmak, canını sıkmak, bıktırmak

English - Ukrainian - irk

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v. стомлювати, роздратовувати

Turkish - English - irk

irk

English - Dutch - irk

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ww. ergeren, vervelen

English - Greek - irk

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ρήμ. ανιώ, ενοχλώ

English - Arabic - irk

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‏ضايق، أزعج، ضجر، أغاظ‏

English - Chinese - irk

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(动) 使厌倦, 使苦恼

English - Chinese - irk

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(動) 使厭倦, 使苦惱

English - Japanese - irk

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(動) うんざりさせる; 疲れさせる
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Synonyms for irk
plague: trouble, torment, worry, beset, harry, beleaguer, besiege
Verb forms for irk
Present participle: irking
Present: irk (3.person: irks)
Past: irked
Future: will irk
Present conditional: would irk
Present Perfect: have irked (3.person: has irked)
Past Perfect: had irked
Future Perfect: will have irked
Past conditional: would have irked