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biliousadjective

uk   us   /ˈbɪl.i.əs/
relating to an ​illness, ​caused by too much bile, that can ​causevomiting: She ​suffered from bilious attacks. formal If someone is bilious, they are always in a ​badmood: a bilious ​old man extremelyunpleasant: His ​shirt was a bilious ​shade of ​green.
(Definition of bilious from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bilious”
in Chinese (Simplified) 患胆病的, 胆汁分泌过多的, 易怒的,暴躁的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 患膽病的, 膽汁分泌過多的, 易怒的,暴躁的…
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