Definition of 'anger'
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That moment was extremely dangerous and my disappointment turned into great fury and anger. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ask your doctor for a referral for anger management. The Sun (2016)There is similar anger about the management of other property loans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The despair and anger felt by the people who were misled has to be understood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Moments of anger or frustration would spill out and it rarely helped me win. The Sun (2016)Residents said that the mood on the streets was one of resignation rather than anger or fear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's full of anger and resentment against staff and some guys saw their chance. The Sun (2016)It wasn't rage or anger. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It can mean that negative emotions such as anger, sadness, envy and guilt are seen as not just undesirable but unhealthy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can be sad but that is a much less disturbing emotion than anger. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They poured out great anger on us. Christianity Today (2000)To go to its anger management class. Times, Sunday Times (2008)All this rage and anger will lead nowhere good. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is anger about the reforms but also over the feeling that ministers are not listening. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But mostly there was a lot of anger and resentment. The Sun (2011)There was sadness but also anger in the air. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)Some time after it became despair and anger. The Sun (2015)We need to hear the anger and frustration that is within so many people today. The Sun (2013)Gradually you will begin to feel yourself letting go of the anger and the fear. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Why he left it until after the match to voice his anger. The Sun (2012)We are aware of the unique nature of the incident that provoked his anger. The Sun (2008)There is a lot of anger and emotion. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The numbers are disputed but the anger is real enough. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Great anger would be unleashed within the party. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She also agreed to take anger management lessons. The Sun (2014)Somehow he charms his way through his anger. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The moves came amid growing anger about punitive mortgage charges. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His anger is aimed at the various ways the world fails simply to be a bit better than it is. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You may feel anger and guilt. The Sun (2013)But also to feel my anger. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You could end up bearing the brunt of his and his mother 's anger with your father. The Sun (2015)That's where the vehemence and anger and rage comes from. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'anger'
British English: anger /ˈæŋɡə/ NOUN
Anger is the strong emotion that you feel when you think someone has behaved in an unfair, cruel, or unacceptable way.
He cried with anger and frustration.
- American English: anger
- Arabic: غَضَب
- Brazilian Portuguese: raiva
- Chinese: 愤怒
- Croatian: ljutnja
- Czech: hněv
- Danish: vrede
- Dutch: woede
- European Spanish: ira
- Finnish: viha
- French: colère
- German: Zorn
- Greek: θυμός
- Italian: rabbia collera
- Japanese: 怒り
- Korean: 화
- Norwegian: sinne
- Polish: złość
- European Portuguese: raiva
- Romanian: furie
- Russian: гнев
- Spanish: ira
- Swedish: ilska
- Thai: ความโกรธ
- Turkish: öfke
- Ukrainian: гнів
- Vietnamese: sự giận dữ
British English: anger VERB
If something angers you, it makes you feel angry.
The decision to allow more offshore oil drilling angered some residents.
Definition of anger from the Collins English Dictionary
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