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he has to control his temper

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  • temper — I UK [ˈtempə(r)] / US [ˈtempər] noun Word forms temper : singular temper plural tempers ** 1) [countable/uncountable] a tendency to get angry very quickly That temper of yours is going to get you into trouble. She should never have married a man… …   English dictionary

  • temper — tem|per1 [ tempər ] noun ** 1. ) count or uncount a tendency to get angry very quickly: That temper of yours is going to get you into trouble. She should never have married a man with such a violent temper. have a short temper (=become angry very …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • temper — tem|per1 [ˈtempə US ər] n 1.) [U and C] a tendency to become angry suddenly or easily ▪ That temper of hers will get her into trouble one of these days. ▪ According to Nathan, Robin has quite a temper . ▪ Theo needs to learn to control his temper …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • control — con|trol1 [ kən troul ] noun *** ▸ 1 power to make decisions ▸ 2 power over machine etc. ▸ 3 law limiting something ▸ 4 ability to stop problem ▸ 5 ability to remain calm ▸ 6 switch on machine ▸ 7 in scientific test ▸ 8 check rules are applied ▸… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • control*/*/*/ — [kənˈtrəʊl] noun I 1) [U] the power to make decisions about what happens in a situation The island is now under French control.[/ex] When Marie s father died, control of the business passed to her.[/ex] When we took control of the company, it was …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • temper — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 tendency to become angry easily ADJECTIVE ▪ bad, explosive, fierce, fiery, hot, nasty, terrible, violent, volatile …   Collocations dictionary

  • temper — 01. Carmen often loses her [temper] if you disagree with her. 02. My mother had a fierce [temper] that scared everyone in the family, including my dad. 03. My daughter is somewhat shy, but she has a real [temper] and doesn t let people push her… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • control — 1 noun 1 MAKE SB/STH DO WHAT YOU WANT (U) the ability or power to make someone or something do what you want: Generally your driving s OK, but your clutch control isn t very good. (+ of/over): Babies are born with very little control over their… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • control — [[t]kəntro͟ʊl[/t]] ♦ controls, controlling, controlled 1) N UNCOUNT: oft N of/over n Control of an organization, place, or system is the power to make all the important decisions about the way that it is run. The restructuring involves Mr Ronson… …   English dictionary

  • control */*/*/ — I UK [kənˈtrəʊl] / US [kənˈtroʊl] noun Word forms control : singular control plural controls Get it right: control: The noun control is sometimes followed by of and sometimes by over. The choice of preposition depends on the verb that comes… …   English dictionary

  • under control — phrase if something is under control, people are able to limit it or make it do what they want it to do It was several hours before firefighters could get the blaze under control. keep/​have something under control: He sometimes has difficulty… …   Useful english dictionary

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