Meaning of irately in English:

irately

Pronunciation /ʌɪˈreɪtli/

Translate irately into Spanish

adverb

See irate

‘John slapped his palm against the wall, irately.’
  • ‘Afterwards, James was confronted by both Nicholas and Jonathan, who both begged him to explain why he had behaved so irately before the court.’
  • ‘She could hear someone talking - and rather irately at that.’
  • ‘He folded his arms across his chest and stared irately at Blake.’
  • ‘He shrugged his slender shoulders in a careless manner still staring at her irately.’