Translation of anger in Spanish:


ira, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæŋɡər/ /ˈaŋɡə/


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    ira feminine
    enojo masculine Latin America
    enfado masculine Spain
    words spoken in anger palabras dichas en un momento de ira
    • to lash out in anger at sb arremeter con ira / furia contra algn
    • Music has the power to seize the soul, to match anger with anger, grief with grief.
    • But it is no small thing to see anger and resentment each and every time you try to open up.
    • Any leader needs a strong and loyal party, not one riven with anger at how the leader came by his crown.
    • His statement had caused outrage and anger in both the Hindu and Sikh communities.
    • Official politics is in flux and there is a widespread mood of resentment and anger.
    • Emma's face is red with anger, her eyes flash in fury and her hair seems to have bushed out with rage.
    • Shaking our fists both in anger at the gods and to keep warm, we trudge off in the general direction of the car.
    • Both Italy and Spain reacted with anger at their exclusion from the Berlin summit.
    • It's been a very odd week so far, a proper rollercoaster of anger, joy and passion.
    • Before the meeting a number of campaigners staged a protest to show their anger.
    • I think that she has got a lot of anger inside and her behaviour wasn't very good.
    • Moss Street residents reacted with anger to news that their homes were expendable.
    • The level of anger at the plans within Scottish Opera was last night made clear by a senior source.
    • He is laughing, with a touch of anger in his laughter, but no triumph, no malignity.
    • The burden is a clutch of vivid memories which inspire a mixture of anger and pity in equal measure.
    • He prompted anger by appearing to suggest some of the audience had been drinking.
    • I had a rush of anger and frustration at not being able to vent my feelings in an acceptable manner.
    • Nothing inspires an artist more than the righteous anger of an observed injustice.
    • I share the rising public anger at a government that sneers at integrity and trust.
    • For some reason the sergeant major had decided to choose me to vent his anger on.

transitive verb

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    (hacer) enojar Latin America
    (hacer) enfadar Spain
    she's easily angered se enoja / enfada con facilidad
    • His relationship with the Labour party was an uneasy one, with the political party wary of angering the man who owned newspapers sympathetic to Labour principles.
    • The Government has delayed an announcement on third-level fees promised for this week, angering students.
    • What is out-dated is the belief that it is possible to conduct politics by ignoring your allies and angering your enemies.
    • She and the family are angered and appalled at what has been disclosed.
    • Local residents and visitors are rightly angered and frustrated by the limited action being taken.
    • The bid had angered local residents who feared streets would be clogged up by hundreds of cars using the new estate.
    • The felling of a sycamore tree in Bradford on Avon has angered residents who petitioned for its survival.
    • The edict has angered some officers, who feel the ruling is discriminatory.
    • Yes, he has angered many colleagues by his high-handed behaviour during the past six years.
    • That angered me, I found that totally arrogant and I didn't wish to see him again.
    • The girls burst out with genuine laughter at him, which only angered him even more.
    • The BBC reported this story this morning and it is not often I am so angered by anything so early in the day.
    • People driving along with phones stuck to their ears have long angered me.
    • The shift by Mr Gilchrist has angered some union leaders in Greater Manchester.
    • Staff were reportedly angered by the way the news was broken to them but have been ordered not to speak to the media.
    • The plans have angered nearby residents, who fear increased noise and traffic chaos.
    • The decision angered witnesses who say they wanted the chance to give evidence.
    • She was also angered that police chiefs had not apologised for the way the case had been handled.
    • The news angered officials at unions involved in pay disputes with both companies.
    • What angered people was nowhere in the letter did it say the home was for elderly people.