English vocabulary and translations (See all)
Note that we are angry 'with' or 'at' someone: 'I'm angry with my father'.
Bruno felt very angry because his friend did not invite him to the cinema.
to grow angry to become angry, to get angry
anger: fury, rage, strong feeling due to something bad that has happened
to anger (someone): to make (someone) feel angry, furious, enraged
UK: Bruno looks a bit angry.
US: When I haven't eaten, I'm hungry and that makes me angry.
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- "Brian: (thinking) Oh dear, Bruno sounds angry!"
- "If you are so angry that you cannot speak, press 4."
- "Bruno : You got angry?"
- "Angry ostrich."
- "Anger. Rage."
- "Please tell Bruno I miss him, and I'm very angry with him."
- "If you are quite angry with a Delavigne product, press 2."
- "You are too angry to talk to someone at the moment, so you will be placed on hold until you have calmed down a bit."
- "Brian : Intimidating but elegant, like an angry ostrich."
- "Expect angry protesters."
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