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  • 1 angry

    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) enfadado
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) inflamado
    angry adj enfadado / enojado / furioso
    El comparativo de angry se escribe angrier; el superlativo se escribe angriest
    tr['æŋgrɪ]
    adjective (comp angrier, superl angriest)
    1 (person) enojado,-a, enfadado,-a
    2 (wound) inflamado,-a
    3 (sky) tormentoso,-a
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    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to be angry with somebody estar enfadado,-a con alguien
    to get angry enojarse, enfadarse
    angry ['æŋgri] adj, - grier ; - est : enojado, enfadado, furioso
    adj.
    airado, -a adj.
    bravo, -a adj.
    colérico, -a adj.
    descompuesto, -a adj.
    enojado, -a adj.
    furioso, -a adj.
    soberbio, -a adj.
    'æŋgri
    adjective angrier, angriest
    a) < person> enojado (esp AmL), enfadado (esp Esp); < look> de enojo (esp AmL), de enfado (esp Esp); < animal> furioso; < silence> cargado de ira or furia

    to get angryenojarse (esp AmL), enfadarse (esp Esp)

    to be angry at o with somebody — estar* enojado or enfadado con alguien

    to be angry about/at something: I'm really angry about losing those keys me da mucha rabia haber perdido las llaves; I'm very angry at the way I've been treated — estoy muy enojada or enfadada por cómo me han tratado

    b) < sea> embravecido
    c) ( Med) inflamado, irritado
    ['æŋɡrɪ]
    ADJ (compar angrier) (superl angriest)
    1) (=cross) [person] enfadado (Sp), enojado (LAm); [voice] de enfado (Sp), de enojo (LAm); [letter, reply] airado

    to be angry — estar enfadado ( with con)

    you won't be angry, will you? — no te vas a enfadar or (LAm) enojar ¿verdad?

    to be angry about or at sth — estar enfadado por algo

    he was very angry about or at being dismissed — estaba furioso porque lo habían despedido

    to get angry — enfadarse (Sp), enojarse (LAm)

    she gave me an angry lookme miró enfadada

    your father looks very angry — tu padre parece estar muy enfadado

    this sort of thing makes me angry — estas cosas me sacan de quicio *

    don't make me angry! — ¡no me hagas enfadar!

    there were angry scenes when it was announced that... — hubo escenas airadas cuando se anunció que...

    angry young man(Brit) joven m airado

    2) liter [sky] tormentoso, borrascoso; [sea] bravo
    3) (Med) [wound, rash] inflamado
    * * *
    ['æŋgri]
    adjective angrier, angriest
    a) < person> enojado (esp AmL), enfadado (esp Esp); < look> de enojo (esp AmL), de enfado (esp Esp); < animal> furioso; < silence> cargado de ira or furia

    to get angryenojarse (esp AmL), enfadarse (esp Esp)

    to be angry at o with somebody — estar* enojado or enfadado con alguien

    to be angry about/at something: I'm really angry about losing those keys me da mucha rabia haber perdido las llaves; I'm very angry at the way I've been treated — estoy muy enojada or enfadada por cómo me han tratado

    b) < sea> embravecido
    c) ( Med) inflamado, irritado

    English-spanish dictionary > angry

  • 2 angry

    adjective
    1) böse; verärgert [Person, Stimme, Geste]; (stronger) zornig; wütend

    be angry at or about something — wegen etwas böse sein

    be angry with or at somebody — mit jemandem od. auf jemanden böse sein; sich über jemanden ärgern

    get or make somebody angry — jemanden verärgern; (stronger) jemanden wütend machen

    2) (fig.) drohend, bedrohlich [Wolke, Himmel]
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    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) zornig
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) böse
    * * *
    an·gry
    [ˈæŋgri]
    1. (annoyed) verärgert; (stronger) zornig; (enraged) wütend
    don't worry, I'm not \angry keine Sorge, ich bin dir nicht böse
    \angry young man LIT, THEAT ( dated) Rebell m, Angry Young Man m geh
    to make sb \angry jdn verärgern; (stronger) jdn wütend machen
    to be \angry about [or at] sth sich akk über etw akk ärgern
    to be \angry with [or at] sb/oneself sich akk über jdn/sich selbst ärgern
    2. (showing anger) zornig, erzürnt geh
    \angry crowd aufgebrachte Menge
    to exchange \angry words einen heftigen Wortwechsel haben
    3. (stormy) stürmisch
    \angry clouds bedrohliche Wolken
    \angry sky finsterer Himmel
    4. MED entzündet
    on her leg was an \angry sore sie hatte eine böse Wunde an ihrem Bein
    * * *
    ['ŋgrɪ]
    adj (+er)
    1) zornig, ungehalten (geh); letter, look zornig, wütend; animal wütend

    to be angrywütend or böse or verärgert sein

    to be angry with or at sb — jdm or auf jdn or mit jdm böse sein, über jdn verärgert sein

    to get angry (with or at sb/about sth) ( — mit jdm/über etw acc ) böse werden

    you're not angry (with me), are you? — du bist (mir) doch nicht böse(, oder)?

    to be angry with oneselfsich über sich (acc) selbst ärgern, sich (dat) selbst böse sein, über sich (acc) selbst verärgert sein

    to make sb angry (stressing action) — jdn ärgern; (stressing result)

    it makes me so angryes ärgert mich furchtbar, es macht mich so wütend or böse

    angry young manRebell m, Angry Young Man m (geh)

    2) (fig) sea aufgewühlt; sky, clouds bedrohlich, finster
    3) (= inflamed) wound entzündet, böse
    * * *
    angry [ˈæŋɡrı] adj (adv angrily)
    1. (at, about) ärgerlich (auf, über akk), verärgert (über jemanden oder etwas), wütend (auf jemanden, über etwas), böse (auf jemanden, über etwas;
    2. MED entzündet, schlimm
    3. fig
    a) drohend, finster (Wolken)
    b) stürmisch (See)
    * * *
    adjective
    1) böse; verärgert [Person, Stimme, Geste]; (stronger) zornig; wütend

    be angry at or about something — wegen etwas böse sein

    be angry with or at somebody — mit jemandem od. auf jemanden böse sein; sich über jemanden ärgern

    get or make somebody angry — jemanden verärgern; (stronger) jemanden wütend machen

    2) (fig.) drohend, bedrohlich [Wolke, Himmel]
    * * *
    (at, about) expr.
    verärgert (über) adj.
    ärgerlich (auf, über) adj. (at, about) n.
    böse (auf, über) adj. adj.
    aufgebracht adj.
    erzürnt adj.
    zornig adj.

    English-german dictionary > angry

  • 3 angry

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    [English Word] angry
    [Swahili Word] chungu
    [Part of Speech] adjective
    [Related Words] uchungu
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -chacha
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -chukia
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Swahili Example] lakini mwalimu mbona leo umechukia? [Muk]
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -fyeruka
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -ghadhabika
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] ghadhabu n
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -kasirika
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] kasirani
    [English Example] If you bother me, I will <b>be angry</b>.
    [Swahili Example] Ukinisumbua, nita<b>kasirika</b>.
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -kasirika
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] -kasirani N
    [English Example] My friend was <b>angry</b> at me because I forgot to call her.
    [Swahili Example] Rafiki yangu alikuwa ali<b>kasirika</b> nami kwa sababu nilisahau kumpiga simu.
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -udhika
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] udhi V
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    [English Word] be angry
    [Swahili Word] -waka
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Note] figurative
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    [English Word] be angry (at someone)
    [Swahili Word] -ifya
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] be angry at someone
    [Swahili Word] -kasirika
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] kasirani
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    [English Word] be angry with someone
    [Swahili Word] -karipia
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] kali
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    [English Word] be angry with someone
    [Swahili Word] -udhikia
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] appl-poten
    [Derived Word] udhi V
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    [English Word] be made angry
    [Swahili Word] -chukizwa
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] chuki n
    [Swahili Definition] kutiwa chuki [Masomo 274]
    [English Example] All of the people of Tanzania were very much angered by this action.
    [Swahili Example] Wananchi wote wa Tanzania walichukizwa sana na kitendo hicho [Nyerere, Masomo 274]
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    [English Word] become angry
    [Swahili Word] hasira kupanda
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] become angry
    [Swahili Word] -tutuka
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] become angry
    [Swahili Word] -tutuma
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] become angry
    [Swahili Word] -tutumka
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] get angry
    [Swahili Word] -panda mori
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] mori N, panda V
    [English Example] Anger overwhelmed me and I ran to the telephone.
    [Swahili Example] Mori ulinipanda nikakimbilia simu [Ganzel Masomo 167]
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    [English Word] get angry suddenly
    [Swahili Word] -hamaki
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] Arabic
    [Swahili Example] watu wa kijiji kizima wamehamaki naye [Ya]
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    [English Word] make angry
    [Swahili Word] -kasirisha
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] -kasirani N
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    [English Word] make each other angry
    [Swahili Word] -kasirishana
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] -kasirani N
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    [English Word] one who is angry
    [English Plural] angry people
    [Swahili Word] msumbufu
    [Swahili Plural] wasumbufu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] sumbufu, sumbua
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    English-Swahili dictionary > angry

  • 4 angry

    ˈæŋɡrɪ прил.
    1) рассерженный, сердитый, недовольный, раздраженный;
    разгневанный to become/get angry ≈ сердиться He was angry at/with his neighbor about the noisy party. ≈ Он ругал соседа за то, что тот устроил шумную вечеринку. We were angry at being disturbed. ≈ Мы рассердились, что нас потревожили. She was angry at/with me for being late. ≈ Он рассердился, что я опоздал. I was angry to learn of his refusal to help. ≈ Я рассердился на него за то, что он отказался помочь. We were angry that our request had been rejected. ≈ Мы разозлились на то, что нашу просьбу отклонили. be angry with smb. get angry at smth. make smb. angry Syn: irritated, exasperated
    2) воспаленный, покрасневший, болезненный( о ране, язве и т. п.)
    3) грозовой, штормовой( о погоде, небе и т.п.)
    сердитый, гневный;
    яростный;
    раздраженный - * voices сердитые голоса;
    - * with smb. сердитый на кого-л.;
    - to be * сердиться;
    - to get * рассердиться;
    - to make smb. * рассердить кого-л.;
    - he was * at being kept waiting он был возмущен, что его заставили ждать;
    - he was * with himself for having lost the set он проиграл сет и был недоволен собой;
    - he will be * to learn that... он выйдет из себя, когда узнает, что... воспаленный, покрасневший, красный штормовой, бушующий, бурный, грозовой
    angry воспаленный, болезненный (о ране, язве и т. п.) ~ сердитый, раздраженный;
    разгневанный;
    to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.) ;
    to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.) ;
    to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.)
    ~ сердитый, раздраженный;
    разгневанный;
    to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.) ;
    to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.) ;
    to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.)
    ~ сердитый, раздраженный;
    разгневанный;
    to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.) ;
    to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.) ;
    to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.) get: ~ становиться, делаться;
    to get old стареть;
    to get angry сердиться, рассердиться
    ~ сердитый, раздраженный;
    разгневанный;
    to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.) ;
    to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.) ;
    to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.)

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > angry

  • 5 angry

    ['æŋgrɪ]
    adj
    сердитый, злой, разгневанный, гневный, яростный, раздражённый, рассерженный

    We were angry at being disturbed. — Мы рассердились, что нас потревожили.

    She was angry with me for being late. — Она рассердилась, что я опоздал.

    Her words made him angry. — Ее слова рассердили его.

    She was angry that he should be sent away. — Она рассердилась, что его отослали.

    He was angry at what I said. — Его рассердило то, что я сказал. /Он рассердился на то, что я сказала.

    She was angry at his lack of interest. — Она была недовольна тем, что он не проявил интереса.

    He was got angry over the refusal. — Он рассердился, потому что получил отказ.

    What is he so angry about? — Чем он так возмущен? /Чем он так недоволен? /На что он так гневается?

    - angry look
    - angry words
    - be angry with smb
    - be angry at the insult
    - be angry at hearing the news
    - be angry at being disturbed
    - be angry at his refusing to come
    - make smb angry
    - be angry with smb for smth
    - be angry with smb for doing smth
    - be angry with smb for coming late
    ASSOCIATIONS AND IMAGERY:
    Состояние to be angry ассоциируется с горячностью и внезапностью, подобному взрыву, что находит отражение в ряде сочетаний, передающих разную степень раздражения и гнева. Все нижеприведенные сочетания более эмоционально передают рассерженность, чем нейтральное to be angry: there followed another outburst of anger за этим последовала еще одна вспышка гнева; when she told him about it he nearly exploded когда она ему это сказала, он чуть не взорвался; Alice often flares up over nothing Алиса часто может вспылить из-за пустяка; she was burning with indignation она кипела от негодования; he has a fiery temper у него горячий нрав; he was a hot-tempered young man молодой вспыльчивый человек; their parents were having a heated argument about where to go их родители горячо обсуждали, куда им поехать; they were having a blazing/flaming row они скандировали так, что искры летели; she often flares up over nothing она часто срывается по пустякам; it makes my blood boil у меня от этого кровь закипает; I lost my cool я потерял спокойствие/хладнокровие; he was getting very hot under the collar он очень горячился; when she told it to him he nearly exploded когда она ему это сказала, он чуть не взорвался; he blew up at her он набросился на нее; it was an explosive situation and he could not contain his anger any longer это было очень взрывоопасное положение, и он не мог больше сдерживать свой гнев; there was another flint последовала еще одна сердитая вспышка; he erupted at the meeting он взорвался/вышел из себя на собрании

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > angry

  • 6 angry

    [ˈæŋɡrɪ]
    angry воспаленный, болезненный (о ране, язве и т. п.) angry сердитый, раздраженный; разгневанный; to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.); to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.); to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.) angry сердитый, раздраженный; разгневанный; to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.); to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.); to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.) angry сердитый, раздраженный; разгневанный; to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.); to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.); to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.) get: angry становиться, делаться; to get old стареть; to get angry сердиться, рассердиться angry сердитый, раздраженный; разгневанный; to be angry (with smb.) сердиться (на кого-л.); to get angry (at smth.) рассердиться (из-за чего-л.); to make (smb.) angry рассердить (кого-л.)

    English-Russian short dictionary > angry

  • 7 angry

    ['æŋgrɪ]
    1) [ person] arrabbiato, in collera; [ animal] inferocito; [ expression] pieno di rabbia, infuriato; [ tone] infuriato, indignato; [reaction, words] rabbioso; [ outburst] di rabbia, d'ira

    to be angry at o with sb. essere arrabbiato con qcn.; to be angry at o about sth. essere arrabbiato per qcs.; I was angry at having to wait ero arrabbiato per aver dovuto aspettare; to get o grow angry arrabbiarsi; to make sb. angry — fare arrabbiare qcn

    2) lett. fig. [sea, sky] minaccioso
    3) [wound, rash] infiammato
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    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) arrabbiato
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) irritato, infiammato
    * * *
    ['æŋgrɪ]
    1) [ person] arrabbiato, in collera; [ animal] inferocito; [ expression] pieno di rabbia, infuriato; [ tone] infuriato, indignato; [reaction, words] rabbioso; [ outburst] di rabbia, d'ira

    to be angry at o with sb. essere arrabbiato con qcn.; to be angry at o about sth. essere arrabbiato per qcs.; I was angry at having to wait ero arrabbiato per aver dovuto aspettare; to get o grow angry arrabbiarsi; to make sb. angry — fare arrabbiare qcn

    2) lett. fig. [sea, sky] minaccioso
    3) [wound, rash] infiammato

    English-Italian dictionary > angry

  • 8 angry

    angry ['æŋgrɪ] (compar angrier, superl angriest)
    (a) (person) en colère, fâché;
    to be angry at or with sb être fâché ou en colère contre qn;
    she's angry about or at not having been invited elle est en colère parce qu'elle n'a pas été invitée;
    they're angry at the price increase ils sont très mécontents de l'augmentation des prix;
    I'm angry with myself for having forgotten je m'en veux d'avoir oublié;
    to get angry se mettre en colère, se fâcher;
    to get angry with sb se fâcher ou se mettre en colère contre qn;
    her remarks made me angry ses observations m'ont mis en colère;
    his insolence made her very angry son insolence l'a mise hors d'elle
    (b) (look, tone) irrité, furieux; (outburst, words) violent;
    in an angry voice d'un ton irrité ou furieux;
    he wrote her an angry letter il lui a écrit une lettre dans laquelle il exprimait sa colère;
    angry words were exchanged il y eut un échange assez virulent
    (c) figurative (sky) menaçant; (sea) mauvais, démonté
    (d) (inflamed) enflammé, irrité; (painful) douloureux;
    she has an angry-looking scar on her cheek elle a une vilaine cicatrice sur la joue
    ►► angry young man jeune rebelle m
    Angry Young Men Il s'agit du nom qui fut donné à un groupe de jeunes auteurs britanniques dans les années 50 parmi lesquels figuraient John Osborne, John Arden, Alan Sillitoe et Kingsley Amis. "Les Jeunes Gens en colère" explorèrent le thème de l'aliénation sociale et s'insurgèrent contre les valeurs et le conformisme de la société anglaise de l'époque. Aujourd'hui on utilise cette expression à propos de toute jeune personne exprimant des opinions radicales.

    Un panorama unique de l'anglais et du français > angry

  • 9 angry

    გაჯავრებული, გაბრაზებული, გამწყრალი, გულმოსული
    he became / got angry გაჯავრდა / გული მოუვიდა
    brief / satisfactory / angry / immediate reply მოკლე / დამაკმაყოფილებელი / ბრაზიანი / დაუყოვნებელი პასუხი
    he was more surprised than angry უფრო გაკვირვებული იყო, ვიდრე გაჯავრებული
    angry/sad/calm/quiet/deep/pleasant/hoarse voice გაჯავრებული/სევდიანი/წყნარი/მშვიდი/ბოხი/სასიამოვნო/ხრინწიანი ხმა
    he is very angry but he will soon come round ძალიან გაჯავრებულია, მაგრამ მალე გაუვლის
    My father was angry', - 'I bet he was!' მ"მამაჩემი გაჯავრდა", - "აბა რა იქნებოდა!"
    an angry voice / look / face / expression გაბრაზებული, გამწყრალი ხმა / გამოხედვა / სახე / გამომეტყველება
    I`m angry with her მასზე გაბრაზებული ვარ

    English-Georgian dictionary > angry

  • 10 angry

    angry [ˈæŋgrɪ]
    you won't be angry if I tell you? tu ne vas pas te fâcher si je te le dis ?
    there were angry scenes when it was announced that... la colère a éclaté quand on a annoncé que...
    * * *
    ['æŋgrɪ]
    1) [person, animal, reaction, tone, expression] furieux/-ieuse; [outburst, scene, words] de colère

    to be angry at ou with somebody — être en colère contre quelqu'un

    to get ou grow angry — se fâcher

    2) fig [sea, sky] littér menaçant; [wound, rash] vilain

    English-French dictionary > angry

  • 11 angry

    an·gry [ʼæŋgri] adj
    1) ( annoyed) verärgert;
    ( stronger) zornig;
    ( enraged) wütend;
    don't worry, I'm not \angry keine Sorge, ich bin dir nicht böse;
    \angry young man lit, theat (dated) Rebell m, Angry young man m ( geh)
    to make sb \angry jdn verärgern;
    ( stronger) jdn wütend machen;
    to be \angry about [or at] sth sich akk über etw akk ärgern;
    to be \angry with [or at] sb/ oneself sich akk über jdn/sich selbst ärgern
    2) ( showing anger) zornig, erzürnt ( geh)
    \angry crowd aufgebrachte Menge;
    to exchange \angry words einen heftigen Wortwechsel haben
    3) ( stormy) stürmisch;
    \angry clouds bedrohliche Wolken;
    \angry sky finsterer Himmel
    4) med entzündet;
    on her leg was an \angry sore sie hatte eine böse Wunde an ihrem Bein

    English-German students dictionary > angry

  • 12 angry

    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) sint
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) betent, hissig (sår)
    I
    subst. \/ˈæŋɡrɪ\/
    bare i uttrykk
    II
    adj. \/ˈæŋɡrɪ\/
    1) sint, arg, vred
    2) forbitret, hatsk
    3) ( medisin) hissig, betent
    an angry cut\/wound
    angry at something eller angry about something sint for noe, forbitret på noe
    angry with\/at somebody sint på noen

    English-Norwegian dictionary > angry

  • 13 angry

    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) vred; truende
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) betændt; ømt; smertende
    * * *
    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) vred; truende
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) betændt; ømt; smertende

    English-Danish dictionary > angry

  • 14 angry

    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) jezen
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) vnet
    * * *
    [aeŋgri]
    adjective ( angrily adverb)
    (at, with, about) jezen, razdražen, srdit; vnet, boleč
    to be angry with s.o. for s.th.jeziti se na koga zaradi česa
    to get ( —ali become, grow) angryrazjeziti se
    to make angry — razjeziti, razdražiti

    English-Slovenian dictionary > angry

  • 15 angry

    [ʹæŋgrı] a
    1. сердитый, гневный; яростный; раздражённый

    angry voices - сердитые /раздражённые/ голоса

    angry with smb. [at /about/ smth.] - сердитый на кого-л. [на что-л.]

    to get /to grow/ angry - рассердиться

    to make smb. angry - рассердить /разгневать/ кого-л.

    he was angry at being kept waiting - он был возмущён, что его заставили ждать

    he was angry with himself for having lost the set - он проиграл сет и был недоволен (самим) собой

    he will be angry to learn that... - он выйдет из себя, когда узнает, что...

    2. воспалённый, покрасневший, красный (о ране, язве и т. п.)
    3. штормовой, бушующий, бурный, грозовой (о море, небе, облаках и т. п.)

    НБАРС > angry

  • 16 angry

    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) zangado
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) inflamado
    * * *
    an.gry
    ['æŋgri] adj 1 irado, zangado, furioso. 2 (do tempo) ameaçador. 3 indignado, irritado. 4 inflamado, dolorido (ferida, úlcera). an angry word uma palavra irada. angry young men jovens irados (grupo de escritores britânicos). to become angry irar-se, zangar-se.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > angry

  • 17 angry

    ['æŋgrɪ]
    adj
    person zły, rozgniewany; response, letter gniewny; (fig: wound, rash) zaogniony

    to be angry with sb/at sth — złościć się na kogoś/o coś

    to get angryrozgniewać się ( perf), rozzłościć się ( perf)

    to make sb angryrozzłościć ( perf) kogoś, rozgniewać ( perf) kogoś

    * * *
    1) (feeling or showing anger: He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry - it is going to rain.) rozzłoszczony, gniewny
    2) (red and sore-looking: He has an angry cut over his left eye.) zaogniony

    English-Polish dictionary > angry

  • 18 angry

    1. a сердитый, гневный; яростный; раздражённый

    he was angry at being kept waiting — он был возмущён, что его заставили ждать

    an angry brow — сердитое лицо, сердитый вид

    Angry Young Man — «сердитый молодой человек»

    2. a воспалённый, покрасневший, красный
    3. a штормовой, бушующий, бурный, грозовой
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. acrimonious (adj.) acrimonious; antagonistic; choleric; embittered; enraged; furious; hateful; heated; incensed; irate; ireful; mad; maddened; raging; seething; shirty; upset; waxy; wrathful; wrathy; wroth; wrothful; wrothy
    2. annoyed (adj.) annoyed; exasperated; indignant; irritated; piqued
    Антонимический ряд:
    calm; delighted

    English-Russian base dictionary > angry

  • 19 angry

    1 [person] en colère, furieux/-ieuse ; [animal] furieux/-ieuse ; [expression, eyes, letter, reaction, voice] furieux/-ieuse ; [outburst, scene, words] de colère ; to look angry avoir l'air en colère ; to be angry at ou with sb être en colère contre qn ; to be angry at/about sth être en colère à cause de/à propos de qch ; to be angry at doing sth être en colère de faire qch ; I was angry at having to wait j'étais en colère d'avoir à attendre ; to get ou grow angry se fâcher ; to make sb angry exaspérer qn ;
    2 fig [cloud, sea, sky] littér menaçant ; [wound, rash] vilain.

    Big English-French dictionary > angry

  • 20 ♦ angry

    ♦ angry /ˈæŋgrɪ/
    a.
    1 arrabbiato; in collera; adirato: angry at (o about) st., arrabbiato per qc.; angry with sb., arrabbiato (o in collera) con q.; to get angry, arrabbiarsi; andare in collera; to make sb. angry, fare arrabbiare q.; far andare in collera q.
    2 ( di voce, ecc.) iroso; rabbioso
    3 ( del mare, ecc.) burrascoso; tempestoso; ( del cielo) cupo, minaccioso
    angry young man, giovane contestatore □ (letter. ingl.) the Angry Young Men, i giovani arrabbiati (gruppo di romanzieri e autori di teatro degli anni Cinquanta, critici dell' ► «Establishment», def. 6)
    angrily
    avv.
    irosamente; rabbiosamente; con rabbia.

    English-Italian dictionary > ♦ angry

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  • Angry — An gry, a. [Compar. {Angrier}; superl. {Angriest}.] [See {Anger}.] 1. Troublesome; vexatious; rigorous. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] God had provided a severe and angry education to chastise the forwardness of a young spirit. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • angry — [aŋ′grē] adj. angrier, angriest [ME angri, troubled < ANGER] 1. feeling, showing, or resulting from anger [an angry reply] 2. wild and stormy, as if angry [an angry sea] 3. inflamed and sore [an angry wound] angrily …   English World dictionary

  • angry — (adj.) late 14c., from ANGER (Cf. anger) (n.) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Originally full of trouble, vexatious; sense of enraged, irate also is from late 14c. The Old Norse adjective was ongrfullr sorrowful, and Middle English had angerful anxious, eager… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Angry-la — Angry la: a place either in your mind or in a community where either a state of anger persists (as in the mind) or where anger exists collectively within a community. No matter how pleasantle he s treated, he always behaves, reacts, or replies… …   Dictionary of american slang

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  • angry — index resentful, vehement, vindictive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • angry — [adj] being mad, often extremely mad affronted, annoyed, antagonized, bitter, chafed, choleric, convulsed, cross, displeased, enraged, exacerbated, exasperated, ferocious, fierce, fiery, fuming, furious, galled, hateful, heated, hot, huffy, ill… …   New thesaurus

  • angry — ► ADJECTIVE (angrier, angriest) 1) feeling or showing anger. 2) (of a wound or sore) red and inflamed. DERIVATIVES angrily adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • angry — an|gry W3S3 [ˈæŋgri] adj comparative angrier superlative angriest [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: anger] 1.) feeling strong emotions which make you want to shout at someone or hurt them because they have behaved in an unfair, cruel, offensive etc way,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • angry */*/*/ — UK [ˈæŋɡrɪ] / US adjective Word forms angry : adjective angry comparative angrier superlative angriest Metaphor: Being angry is like being hot or on fire. She burned with indignation. ♦ He has a fiery temper. ♦ Jack was a hot tempered young man.… …   English dictionary

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