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Translation of "huff" - English-Spanish dictionary
›being or becomingsilent because one is angry, displeasedetc
enojadoHe is in a huffHe went into a huff.huffyadjective›in a huff.
enojado›easily offended, and likely to go into a huff.susceptible, enojadizohuffilyadverb›
ofendidamente; enojadamente; malhumoradamentehuffinessnoun›
mal humor; susceptibilidad
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