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tetchy
American English: /ˈtɛtʃi/
British English: /ˈtɛtʃi/

Translation of tetchy in Spanish:

adjective tetchier, tetchiest

  • don't be so tetchy
    no seas tan cascarrabias
    Example sentences
    • You can see why people might get a little tetchy about their personal privacy with one company carving so many avenues into their lives, even if I do think those worries are ultimately unfounded.
    • I'm feeling just a wee bit dehydrated and ever-so-slightly tetchy.
    • Firm with the media in the past, he is now tetchy.
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