- 1.1 (AmE) (fed up) cabreado [familiar/colloquial] to be pissed estar* cabreado [familiar/colloquial], estar* encabronado (Esp, Méx) [vulgar], estar* choreado (Chi) [familiar/colloquial] I'm really pissed at her estoy cabreado con ella [familiar/colloquial], me tiene harto [familiar/colloquial], me tiene podrido (RPl) [familiar/colloquial] 1.2 (drunk) (BrE) mamado [fam: en algunas regiones vulg]
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The Spanish constitutional court (Tribunal Constitucional) is made up of twelve members. It decides all matters relating to constitutional legislation, including common law, international treaties, and regional statutes. There is no appeal against its decisions, and all other constitutional bodies are subject to its control.