ta'sir qiluvchi, qo'zg'ovchi, keltirib chiqaruvchi
Noun(1) something that causes irritation and annoyance
(1) Chlorine has a disagreeable odor and may be a respiratory irritant .(2) Ozone is a highly reactive gas that is regulated in the outside air as a lung irritant .(3) - But Greenpeace had become a bigger irritant for the French than it had realised.(4) Their long, skinny bodies were covered with irritant hairs.(5) Another constant irritant for the judge was poor media reporting.(6) The most important treatment is identifying and removing the irritant or allergen.(7) Ammonia is an irritant gas with a sharp odor, both as a natural and a manufactured chemical.(8) If there was one thing he didn't need, it was a face full of skin irritant .(9) The welding process produces a complex mixture of irritant gases, coarse metal particulates, and fine metal oxide fume.(10) Skin testing will not be useful in identifying the potential for these irritant substances to cause symptoms.(11) What should be a service to the community is seen as a major irritant .(12) Lesion onset usually occurs in a pattern related to the skin irritant or allergen initiating the reaction.(13) Irritant contact dermatitis is a skin reaction caused by the direct effect of an irritant substance on the skin.(14) Inflammation makes the airways sensitive to stimuli such as allergens, chemical irritants , tobacco smoke, cold air, or exercise.(15) But sometimes these allergens and irritants become stuck in the lining of your nose.(16) Severe skin irritants are less common but more serious hazards.
(1) irritant :: achishtiruvchi
1. thorn ::
Different Formsirritant, irritants
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