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sulk

verb /salk/
to show anger or resentment by being silent
poner cara larga, poner morros, estar enfurruñado
He’s sulking because his mother won’t let him have an ice-cream.
sulky adjective sulking, or tending to sulk
enfurruñado, de morros
in a sulky mood a sulky girl.
sulkily adverb
con morros, con caras largas
She sat sulkily in the corner and refused to speak to anyone.
sulkiness noun
mohína, murria
Translations of “sulk”
in Korean 부루퉁해지다…
in Arabic يَتَجَهَّم…
in French bouder…
in Italian essere di cattivo umore, tenere il broncio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生悶氣, 慍怒…
in Russian дуться…
in Turkish somurtmak, surat asmak, küsmek…
in Polish dąsać się…
in Portuguese emburrar, fazer cara feia…
in German schmollen…
in Catalan emmurriar-se, fer morros…
in Japanese 不機嫌になる, すねる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生闷气, 愠怒…
(Definition of sulk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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