livid Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"livid" in British English

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lividadjective

uk   us   /ˈlɪv.ɪd/

livid adjective (ANGRY)

extremelyangry: He was livid when he ​found out.

livid adjective (COLOUR)

(​especially of ​marks on the ​skin) of an ​unpleasantpurple or ​darkbluecolour: He had a ​long, livid ​scaracross his ​cheek.
(Definition of livid from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"livid" in American English

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lividadjective

 us   /ˈlɪv·ɪd/

livid adjective (ANGRY)

extremelyangry: The ​rudeletter from his ​mother-in-law made him livid.

livid adjective (COLOR)

(esp. of ​marks on the ​skin) of a ​purple or ​darkbluecolor, usually caused by an ​injury: There was a livid ​bruise on her ​upperarm where she had ​fallen.
(Definition of livid from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “livid”
in Arabic غاضِب…
in Korean 아주 화가 난…
in Portuguese furioso…
in Catalan furiós…
in Japanese 激怒した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生气的, 狂怒的,暴怒的…
in Turkish çok kızmış, öfkeli, sinirli…
in Russian взбешенный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生氣的, 狂怒的,暴怒的…
in Italian livido di rabbia…
in Polish wściekły…
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