Translation of seethe in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /siːð/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1.1 (be agitated) bullir* the crowd seethed around the platform la multitud bullía en el andén the square was a seething mass of demonstrators la plaza era un hervidero de manifestantesto seethe with sth her mind was seething with images las imágenes bullían en su cerebro the town was seething with tourists la ciudad estaba plagada de turistas 1.2 (be angry) estar* furioso I was absolutely seething me hervía la sangre, estaba furioso, estaba que ardía she seethed with indignation/anger/rage hervía de indignación/de cólera/de rabia
    More example sentences
    • She was seething, but her anger was frighteningly under control.
    • The product of a broken home, Tim seethes with a silent rage that manifests itself in exceedingly destructive ways.
    • Inwardly he was seething with rage against himself.

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