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We predict tears, tantrums and more pouting than you can shake a stick at. The Sun (2016)He would sit on his own, lining up toy cars, and if anyone disturbed him he would throw a massive tantrum. The Sun (2017)THEN Roll on the tears, tantrums and tinsel. The Sun (2016) Throwing tantrums or simply getting her arrested will only reflect badly on you. The Sun (2012)It was a sensitive call but he knew better than to expect tears or tantrums. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Her son still has tantrums but his behaviour is much improved. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She would throw a tantrum right there on stage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And the feisty singer admits throwing temper tantrums to get the anger out of her system. The Sun (2012)He claims to have mellowed in middle age and has put all the bad language and temper tantrums behind him. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What about the tantrums, tears and bouts of incontinence? Times, Sunday Times (2015)With the removal of the gas range, her temper tantrums quickly subsided. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)What's real are the tantrums and the tears. The Sun (2013)There were no tantrums, just tears from me. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Expect tears, tantrums and trysts galore courtesy of these feisty females! The Sun (2013)He does have temper tantrums and the attention span of a three-year-old. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A parental command arrests a childish tantrum. Christianity Today (2000)A man will pride himself upon his fiery temper, forgetting that when he was young such outbursts were called tantrums. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)In future, fans will have to put up with childish tantrums, spoilt behaviour and spats from aspiring business moguls who actually claim to be grown up. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'tantrum'
British English: tantrum /ˈtæntrəm/ NOUN
If a child has a tantrum, it suddenly becomes angry in a noisy way.
He immediately threw a tantrum, screaming and stomping up and down.
- American English: tantrum
- Arabic: نَوْبَةُ غَضَب
- Brazilian Portuguese: chilique
- Chinese: 发脾气
- Croatian: provala bijesa
- Czech: záchvat vzteku
- Danish: raserianfald
- Dutch: woede-uitbarsting
- European Spanish: berrinche
- Finnish: kiukkukohtaus
- French: caprice
- German: Wutanfall
- Greek: ξέσπασμα θυμού
- Italian: collera
- Japanese: かんしゃく
- Korean: 떼 고집부리다
- Norwegian: raserianfall
- Polish: napad złości
- European Portuguese: chilique
- Romanian: a-i sări bâzdâcul
- Russian: вспышка гнева
- Spanish: berrinche
- Swedish: utbrott
- Thai: การมีอารมณ์เกรี้ยวกราด
- Turkish: öfke nöbeti
- Ukrainian: спалах роздратування
- Vietnamese: cơn giận
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