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lividadjective

us   /ˈlɪv·ɪd/
  • livid adjective (ANGRY)

extremely angry: The rude letter from his mother-in-law made him livid.
  • livid adjective (COLOR)

(esp. of marks on the skin) of a purple or dark blue color, usually caused by an injury: There was a livid bruise on her upper arm where she had fallen.
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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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