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to have a passion for

  • 1 estar de fiesta

    • be celebrating
    • be having a party
    • be in a holiday mood
    • have a notion to
    • have a passion for

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > estar de fiesta

  • 2 emberrincharse

    pron.v.
    1 to fly into a violent passion (niños).
    2 to go into a tantrum, to throw a tantrum.
    * * *
    1 familiar to fly into a tantrum
    * * *
    = throw + a tantrum, throw + a wobbler, throw + a fit, throw + a hissy fit, throw + a wobbly.
    Ex. During the course of the observation, the researcher witnessed the teacher deal once with physical violence by helping a particularly dangerous student to 'take time out' instead of throwing a tantrum.
    Ex. Of course there are things they don't like, and sometimes one of them throws a wobbler -- which sets the other one off!.
    Ex. The diva then threw a fit when told they couldn't serve her a milkshake.
    Ex. Perhaps I should have thrown a hissy fit, but I just couldn't be bothered.
    Ex. The good thing about having it in writing is that you`re then well within your rights to throw a wobbly and demand you get what you paid for.
    * * *
    = throw + a tantrum, throw + a wobbler, throw + a fit, throw + a hissy fit, throw + a wobbly.

    Ex: During the course of the observation, the researcher witnessed the teacher deal once with physical violence by helping a particularly dangerous student to 'take time out' instead of throwing a tantrum.

    Ex: Of course there are things they don't like, and sometimes one of them throws a wobbler -- which sets the other one off!.
    Ex: The diva then threw a fit when told they couldn't serve her a milkshake.
    Ex: Perhaps I should have thrown a hissy fit, but I just couldn't be bothered.
    Ex: The good thing about having it in writing is that you`re then well within your rights to throw a wobbly and demand you get what you paid for.

    Spanish-English dictionary > emberrincharse

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