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strop

noun [C] uk   /strɒp/  us   /strɑːp/ UK informal
a bad mood, especially one in which a person will not do what they are asked and is unpleasant to other people: Don't go in unless you have to - she's in a (real) strop.
Translations of “strop”
in Chinese (Traditional) 壞心情, (尤指)臭脾氣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坏心情, (尤指)臭脾气…
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