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irate

adjective
 
 
/aɪˈreɪt/
extremely angry: Hundreds of irate passengers have complained to the airline.Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
Translations of “irate”
in Arabic غاضِب جِدا…
in Korean 격분한…
in Malaysian marah…
in French furieux…
in Turkish öfkeli, kızgın…
in Italian incollerito, adirato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極其憤怒的,大怒的…
in Russian сердитый, разгневанный…
in Polish wzburzony, zbulwersowany…
in Vietnamese tức giận…
in Spanish furioso…
in Portuguese irado, enfurecido…
in Thai โกรธเป็นไฟ…
in German zornig…
in Catalan irat…
in Japanese 激怒した…
in Indonesian marah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极其愤怒的,大怒的…
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