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Translation of "temper" - English-Spanish dictionary

temper

noun /ˈtempə/
a state of mind; a mood or humour/humor
humor
He’s in a bad temper.
a tendency to become (unpleasant when) angry
genio
He has a terrible temper.
a state of anger
furia
She’s in a temper.
-tempered suffix having a (certain) state of mind
de carácter…
good-tempered mean-tempered sweet-tempered.
keep one’s temper not to lose one’s temper
mantener la calma
He was very annoyed, but he kept his temper.
lose one’s temper to show anger
perder los estribos
He lost his temper and shouted at me.
(Definition of temper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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