Definitions for irateaɪˈreɪt, ˈaɪ reɪt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

i•rateaɪˈreɪt, ˈaɪ reɪt(adj.)

  1. angry; enraged.

  2. arising from or characterized by anger:

    an irate letter.

Origin of irate:

1830–40; < L īrātus=īr(a) anger, ire+-ātus-ate1

i•rate′ness(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. irate, ireful(adj)

    feeling or showing extreme anger

    "irate protesters"; "ireful words"

Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

  1. irate(adjective)ɪˈreɪt, ˈaɪ reɪt

    extremely angry

    an irate phone call; irate viewers calling to complain

Wiktionary

  1. irate(Adjective)

    Extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Irate(adj)

    angry; incensed; enraged


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

irate(adjective)

angry.

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