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volatile

adjective /(British ) ˈvoləˌtail; (American) ˈvolətəl/
(of a person or mood) likely to change from one mood to another quickly, especially by becoming angry or violent
colérico
She has a volatile temperament.
(of a situation or place) likely to change or become dangerous suddenly; unstable
inestable
the increasingly volatile situation in the north of the country.
(chemistry) (of a liquid or substance) capable of changing easily into a gas
volátil
Propane is an extremely volatile substance.
volatility noun
volatilidad
the volatility of the stock market.
(Definition of volatile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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