Spanish translation of 'bad-tempered'
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Example Sentences Including 'bad-tempered'
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I am a very bad-tempered person.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
THERE were nine yellow cards plus a red in this bad-tempered affair.The Sun (2012)
I made a full recovery but my older son has become very bad-tempered.The Sun (2014)
The embarrassment capped a bad-tempered exchange that ended with the PM trying to walk off the set early in a sulk.The Sun (2010)
Anyone who has been at a bad-tempered church council meeting or synod will know what it can be at its worst.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
You are not a bad-tempered person.Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)
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Used Rarely. bad-tempered is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'bad-tempered' in Other Languages
British English: bad-tempered /bædˈtɛmpəd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are bad-tempered, you are not cheerful and get angry easily.
I became bad-tempered and tearful with my husband.
- American English: bad-tempered
- Arabic: مُتَعَكِّر الـمِزاج
- Brazilian Portuguese: mal humorado
- Chinese: 脾气不好
- Croatian: mrzovoljan
- Czech: nevrlý
- Danish: pirrelig
- Dutch: slechtgehumeurd
- European Spanish: de mal genio ser
- Finnish: pahantuulinen
- French: avoir mauvais caractère
- German: übellaunig
- Greek: κακότροπος
- Italian: irritabile
- Japanese: 機嫌の悪い
- Korean: 기분이 상한
- Norwegian: i dårlig humør
- Polish: wybuchowy
- European Portuguese: mal humorado
- Romanian: irascibil
- Russian: раздражительный
- Spanish: malhumorado
- Swedish: på dåligt humör
- Thai: อารมณ์เสีย
- Turkish: huysuz
- Ukrainian: злий
- Vietnamese: dễ nổi cáu
Translation of bad-tempered from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary