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Spanish translation of “morose”

morose

adjective /məˈrəus/
angry and silent
huraño
You’re behaving like a morose teenager.
morosely adverb
malhumoradamente
He morosely stared out of the window.
moroseness noun
carácter malhumorado/huraño
(Definition of morose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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