Portuguese translation of 'sulky'
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And like many others, it was sparked not by doctrinal zeal, but sulky teenage rebellion.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Bored of her histrionics, bad attitude and sulky face.The Sun (2008)
That sulky face of his isn't about to get any happier, then.The Sun (2016)
They want Ed to stop looking geeky and rolling his eyes like a sulky adolescent.The Sun (2014)
Suddenly a rivalry based on patronising superiority and sulky resentment has become a matter of near equality and, as a result, seething hatred.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: sulky /ˈsʌlkɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is sulky is sulking or is unwilling to enjoy themselves.
I was quite sulky, so I didn't take part in much.
- American English: sulky
- Arabic: عَبُوس
- Brazilian Portuguese: emburrado
- Chinese: 生气的
- Croatian: naduren
- Czech: trucovitý
- Danish: surmulende
- Dutch: nukkig
- European Spanish: enfurruñado
- Finnish: pahantuulinen
- French: boudeur
- German: schmollend
- Greek: μουτρωμένος
- Italian: imbronciato
- Japanese: すねた
- Korean: 부루퉁한
- Norwegian: surmulende
- Polish: nadąsany
- European Portuguese: amuado
- Romanian: îmbufnat
- Russian: мрачный
- Spanish: enfurruñado
- Swedish: surig
- Thai: ที่โกรธขึ้งไม่พูดไม่จา
- Turkish: suratı asık
- Ukrainian: похмурий
- Vietnamese: hay giận dỗi
Translation of sulky from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary