English translation of 'temperamento'
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'temperamento' in Other Languages
British English: temper /ˈtɛmpə/ NOUN
If you say that someone has a temper, you mean that they become angry very easily.
I hope he can control his temper.
- American English: temper
- Arabic: مِزَاج
- Brazilian Portuguese: temperamento
- Chinese: 脾气
- Croatian: ćud
- Czech: prudká povaha
- Danish: temperament
- Dutch: temperament
- European Spanish: humor genio
- Finnish: kiukku
- French: caractère
- German: Wut
- Greek: ιδιοσυγκρασία
- Italian: temperamento
- Japanese: かんしゃく
- Korean: 화
- Norwegian: temperament
- Polish: usposobienie
- European Portuguese: temperamento
- Romanian: acces de mânie
- Russian: нрав
- Spanish: humor
- Swedish: humör
- Thai: อารมณ์โกรธ
- Turkish: öfke patlaması
- Ukrainian: характер
- Vietnamese: cơn giận
British English: temperament NOUN
Your temperament is your basic nature, especially as it is shown in the way that you react to situations or to other people.
His impulsive temperament regularly got him into difficulties.
Translation of temperamento from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary