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to have a bad temper

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  • temper — [tem′pər] vt. [ME tempren < OE temprian & OFr temprer, both < L temperare, to observe proper measure, mix, regulate, forbear < tempus (gen. temporis), time, period, orig., a span < IE * tempos, a span < * temp , to pull < base * …   English World dictionary

  • 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

  • bad — 1 adjective comparative worse, worst 1 HARMFUL unpleasant, harmful, or likely to cause problems: I have some bad news for you. | I thought things couldn t possibly get any worse. | It s bad enough being woken by the baby without you keeping me… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary 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

  • 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 — [[t]te̱mpə(r)[/t]] tempers, tempering, tempered 1) N VAR If you refer to someone s temper or say that they have a temper, you mean that they become angry very easily. He had a temper and could be nasty... His short temper had become notorious...… …   English dictionary

  • temper — 1 noun 1 TENDENCY TO BE ANGRY (C, U) a tendency to become angry suddenly: That temper of hers will get her into trouble one of these days. | If he can t control his temper, he should give up teaching. | quick/fiery/violent temper: Be careful, he… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bad — bad1 W1S1 [bæd] adj comparative worse [wə:s US wə:rs] superlative worst [wə:st US wə:rst] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not good)¦ 2¦(low quality)¦ 3¦(not sensible)¦ 4¦(morally wrong)¦ 5¦(wrong behaviour)¦ 6¦(serious)¦ 7 a bad time/moment etc …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • temper — n. & v. n. 1 habitual or temporary disposition of mind esp. as regards composure (a person of a placid temper). 2 irritation or anger (in a fit of temper). 3 a tendency to have fits of anger (have a temper). 4 composure or calmness (keep one s… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bad — bad1 badness, n. /bad/, adj., worse, worst; (Slang) badder, baddest for 36; n.; adv. adj. 1. not good in any manner or degree …   Universalium

  • bad — I [[t]bæd[/t]] adj. worse, worst; (Slang)bad•der, bad•dest for36; 1) not good in any manner or degree 2) having a wicked or evil character; morally reprehensible 3) of inferior quality; inadequate; defective; deficient 4) disobedient or naughty… …   From formal English to slang

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