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angry

adjective (EMOTION) 情感     /ˈæŋ.ɡri/
having a strong feeling against someone who has behaved badly, making you want to shout at them or hurt them 发怒的,愤怒的,生气的 He's really angry at/with me for upsetting Sophie. 因为我惹了索菲,他很生我的气。 I don't understand what he's angry about. 我不明白他为什么生气。 [+ that] They feel angry that their complaints were ignored. 没人理睬他们的投诉,他们感到非常愤怒。 I got really angry with her. 我很生她的气。 It made me really angry. 这让我很恼火。 Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
angrily     /ˈæŋ.ɡrɪ.li/ adverb
"Don't do that!" she shouted angrily. “别那样做!”她怒吼道。 Demonstrators protested angrily following the jury's verdict. 陪审团的判决引起了示威者的强烈抗议。 The Prime Minister reacted angrily to claims that he had lied to the House of Commons. 有人声称首相对下院撒了谎,为此首相非常气恼。 Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
Translations of “angry”
in Korean 화난…
in Arabic غاضِب…
in Portuguese zangado, bravo, raivoso…
in Catalan enfadat…
in Japanese 怒っている, 腹を立てている…
in Italian arrabbiato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 情感, 發怒的,憤怒的,生氣的…
in Russian сердитый…
in Turkish kızgın, sinirli, hiddetli…
in Polish zły, rozgniewany…
(Definition of angry adjective (EMOTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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