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Meaning of “grumpy” in the English Dictionary

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grumpyadjective

 us   /ˈɡrʌm·pi/ infml
being in a ​slightlyangrymood because you are ​annoyed at something or are ​feelingtired: Dad is always grumpy on ​Mondaymornings.
(Definition of grumpy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “grumpy”
in Korean 심술궂은…
in Arabic شَكِس, عَصَبي, شَكَّاء…
in Malaysian perengus…
in French bougon…
in Russian сварливый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 脾氣壞的, 易生氣的, 愛抱怨的…
in Italian irritabile…
in Turkish huysuz, hırçın, somurtkan…
in Polish zrzędny…
in Spanish malhumorado, de mal humor, gruñón…
in Vietnamese cáu bẳn…
in Portuguese resmungão…
in Thai อารมณ์เสีย…
in German mürrisch…
in Catalan rondinaire…
in Japanese 気難しい, 不機嫌な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脾气坏的, 易生气的, 爱抱怨的…
in Indonesian pemarah…
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