Translation of snappish in Spanish:

snappish

Pronunciation: /ˈsnæpɪʃ/

adj

  • [person/character] irritable, irascible; [dog] que muerde
    More example sentences
    • I'd noticed that in a few short hours that his curt and snappish side was back.
    • ‘Shorten my name,’ I clarified in a curt, snappish tone.
    • I was snappish and rude to either of my parents if they spoke to me and I dragged my feet, glaring down at the linoleum floor beneath my scorched sneakers, which had somehow managed to be salvaged.

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