Definition of 'angry'
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And their manager looked angry when he finally emerged to carry out his media duties. The Sun (2016)Sometimes people got angry because they disagreed with it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You feel angry but it is hard to justify. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When the manager gets angry you accept it and learn from it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Costa ran to the corner and then put on his angry face. The Sun (2017)He was reportedly obliged to leave London under a police escort, pursued by an angry mob. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She fumed: 'I am angry at what has happened. The Sun (2017)They have also made us, research suggests, angrier against people who hold different political views. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sometimes you get angry with yourself because you got angry. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Understandably this makes people angry and angry with them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)IT'S enough to leave us with an angry face. The Sun (2015)Young people have reason to be angry. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The abandoned cars are thought to have been vandalised and emptied by an angry mob. The Sun (2014)Soon the skin on her arm became red and angry. Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)We had a big row and he got really angry with me. The Sun (2013)It makes me angry just looking at it. The Sun (2014)He gets really angry and shuts me off. The Sun (2015)Too many important people are too angry for there not to be change. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He faced angry scenes three weeks ago at a similar meeting. The Sun (2008)Are we still discussing baldness or are you angry about something? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He looked as angry as you can when you actually look like a labrador puppy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Certainly getting angry with them was not going to help. The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting (1993)It makes me feel very angry. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Did you feel angry with him? Times, Sunday Times (2011)He would get really angry then. Sir Alf: A Major Reappraisal of the Life and Times of England's Greatest Football Manager (2006)When something goes wrong, the natural reaction is to pen an angry letter of complaint. The Sun (2008)There will be red, angry hives all over her face and neck. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'angry'
British English: angry /ˈæŋɡrɪ/ ADJECTIVE
When you are angry, you feel strong emotion about something that you consider unfair, cruel, or insulting.
She was angry at her husband.
- American English: angry
- Arabic: غَاضِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: com raiva
- Chinese: 愤怒的
- Croatian: ljut
- Czech: rozzlobený
- Danish: vred
- Dutch: boos
- European Spanish: enfadado
- Finnish: vihainen
- French: en colère
- German: wütend
- Greek: θυμωμένος
- Italian: arrabbiato
- Japanese: 怒った
- Korean: 화난
- Norwegian: sint
- Polish: zły rozgniewany
- European Portuguese: zangado
- Romanian: furios
- Russian: сердитый
- Spanish: enfadado
- Swedish: arg
- Thai: โกรธ
- Turkish: kızgın
- Ukrainian: сердитий
- Vietnamese: tức giận
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