Translation of humor in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1 1.1 (estado de ánimo) mood está de buen humor she's in a good mood está de mal humor she's in a bad mood, she's in a mood [familiar/colloquial] no estoy de humor para aguantar tus bromas I'm in no mood to put up with your jokes está de un humor que no hay quien lo aguante he's in such a foul mood that he's quite unbearable, he's in an unbearable mood hay que tener humor para irse a correr a las seis de la mañana you have to be really keen to go running at six in the morning estar de un humor de perros [familiar/colloquial] to be in a filthy o/or foul mood [familiar/colloquial], to be like a bear with a sore head [familiar/colloquial] 1.2 (gracia) humor (inglés norteamericano/American English) humour (inglés británico/British English)
- 2 [Biología/Biology] [Fisiología/Physiology] humor (inglés norteamericano/American English) humour (inglés británico/British English)
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