irritable in French

Pronunciation
adj. irritable; énervé; irascible

irritable in English

Pronunciation
adj. irritable, petulant, prickly; short-tempered, tetchy, moody

Example Sentences

The count had begun to feel very ill prepared. He had become very irritable.
Le comte avait commencé à se sentir fort mal disposé. Il était toujours fort irritable.
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The nights were as tiresome as the days. His disposition became more and more irritable.
Les nuits étaient pour lui aussi fatigantes que les jours. Son caractère s’aigrit de plus en plus.
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If people who smoke are deprived of their cigarettes, they get nervous and irritable.
Si les gens qui fument sont privés de leurs cigarettes, ils deviennent nerveux et irritables.
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They are all irritable.
Ils sont tous irritables.
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To have more than one problem before him at one time makes him irritable, upset and exasperated.
Avoir devant lui plus d'un problème à la fois le rend irritable, contrarié et exaspéré.
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Irritable men are always the last to know about things.
L’homme qui se fâche est toujours le dernier à savoir les choses.
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Research has also found that these people who skip breakfast are likely to be more tired, irritable and restless in the morning.
L'étude a également révélé que les personnes qui sautent le petit-déjeuner seront probablement plus fatiguées, irritables et agitées la matinée.
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Synonyms

sullen: moody, morose, silent, reserved, sour, vexatious, crabbed


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