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temper British & World English

A person’s state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm

fly into a rage British & World English

Become suddenly or violently angry

ill temper British & World English

Irritability; anger

short temper British & World English

A tendency to lose one’s temper quickly

keep one's temper in temper British & World English

Retain (or fail to retain) composure when angry

out of temper British & World English

In an irritable mood

keep one's temper British & World English

Retain (or fail to retain) composure when angry

fly into a rage in fly1 British & World English

Become suddenly or violently angry

temper English Thesaurus

Drew had walked out in a temper

temper English-Spanish

humor m

ill temper English Thesaurus

her ill temper was caused by an argument with her boyfriend

badass temper in badass English-Spanish

malas pulgas, mala leche fEspfamiliar/colloquial

temper tantrum in temper English-Spanish

pataleta ffamiliar/colloquial

a wicked temper in wicked English-Spanish

un carácter terrible

to be in a vile mood/temper in vile English-Spanish

estar* de un humor de perros familiar/colloquial

he has a foul temper in foul English-Spanish

tiene un genio de mil demonios

to have a hot temper in hot English-Spanish

tener* mal genio, tener* un carácter explosivo

to be in a temper in temper English-Spanish

estar* furioso, estar* con el genio atravesado

to fly into a temper in temper English-Spanish

ponerse* furioso, montar en cólera

he has a furious temper in furious English-Spanish

tiene muy mal genio, tiene un genio del demonio

to have a nasty temper in nasty English-Spanish

tener* muy mal carácter

to have a savage temper in savage English-Spanish

tener* un carácter violento

to have an even temper in temper English-Spanish

tener* muy buen carácter

to have a quick temper in temper English-Spanish

tener* el genio vivo, ser* una polvorilla

Jack had o threw a (temper) tantrum in tantrum English-Spanish

a Jack le dio un berrinche, Jack hizo un berrinche

I was in a mean temper in mean English-Spanish

estaba de muy mal humor, estaba de un humor de perros

to fly into a temper o rage in fly English-Spanish

ponerse* hecho una furia, montar en cólera

you'd better mind your temper! in mind English-Spanish

¡más vale que controles ese genio!

she has a very quick temper in quick English-Spanish

tiene el genio vivo, tiene mucho genio, es una polvorita


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