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prickly

adjective
 
 
/ˈprɪkli/
SHARP covered with prickles: a prickly bushSharp and blunt
UNFRIENDLY informal A prickly person or relationship is unfriendly or difficult to deal with: She gets very prickly if you ask her questions about her private life.Bad-tempered
Traducciones de “prickly”
en coreano 가시로 뒤덮힘…
en árabe شائك…
en portugués espinhoso…
en catalán espinós, ple de punxes…
en japonés とげだらけの…
en italiano spinoso, pungente…
en chino (tradicionál) 多刺的, 刺痛的, 癢的…
en ruso колючий, раздражительный…
en turco dikenli, iğneli, huysuz…
en chino (simplificado) 多刺的, 刺痛的, 痒的…
en polaco kolczasty, drażliwy, trudny…
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