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fumeverb [I]

 us   /fjum/
to be very angry, sometimes without expressing it: Days after the argument, he was still fuming.
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Translations of “fume”
in Vietnamese khói, hơi…
in Spanish echar humo, humo…
in Malaysian wasap…
in Thai ควัน, ไอ…
in French fumée, vapeur (de)…
in German der Rauch, der Dunst…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發怒, 生悶氣…
in Russian кипеть от злости…
in Turkish öfkelenmek, sinirlenmek, küplere binmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发怒, 生闷气…
in Indonesian uap…
in Polish gotować się ze złości…
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