hissy (fit) Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary

Meaning of “hissy (fit)” - Learner’s Dictionary

hissy (fit)

noun [C]
/ˈhɪsiˌfɪt/ informal
a sudden strong feeling of anger that someone cannot control: David, of course, threw a hissy fit when he found out.Anger and displeasure
Translations of “hissy (fit)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (突然的一陣)孩子氣…
in Russian вспышка гнева…
in Turkish kontrolsüz ani kızgınlık, hiddet, öfke…
in Chinese (Simplified) (突然的一阵)孩子气…
in Polish napad złości…
(Definition of hissy (fit) from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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