English - Vietnamese Dictionary
angry /'æɳgri/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- giận, tức giận, cáu
- to be (get) angry with (at) someone: tức giận ai
- to be (get) angry at (about) something: tức giận về cái gì
- to make someone angry: làm cho ai tức giận, chọc tức ai
- nhức nhối, viêm tấy (vết thương)
- hung dữ, dữ
- angry winds: gió dữ
- angry waves: sóng dữ
+feeling or showing anger
+(of the elements) as if showing violent anger
+severely inflamed and painful
Advanced English Dictionary
1 enraged, furious, irate, resentful, ireful, wrathful, piqued, incensed, infuriated, fuming; irritated, irritable, annoyed, vexed, irascible, provoked, indignant, exasperated, splenetic, Literary wroth, Colloq livid, hot under the collar, on the warpath, (all) steamed up, up in arms, mad, Slang browned off, Brit cheesed off:
Father was angry with me for letting the cat out.
2 inflamed, irritated, sore, smarting:
He has an angry lesion where the fetters rubbed against his ankles.
+ adjective (angrier, angriest)Collocation Dictionary
Help Note: You can also use more angry and most angry.
1 ~ (with / at sb) (at / about sth) having strong feelings about sth that you dislike very much or about an unfair situation: Please don't be angry with me. It wasn't my fault. + The passengers grew angry about the delay. + He felt angry at the injustice of the situation. + Thousands of angry demonstrators filled the square. + The comments provoked an angry response from union leaders. + I was very angry with myself for making such a stupid mistake. + Her behaviour really made me angry.
2 (literary) (of the sea or the sky) dark and STORMY: the angry sea with its terrible waves
3 (literary) (of a wound) red and infected
angrily adverb: Some senators reacted angrily to the President's remarks. + He swore angrily.
appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get, grow | remain, stay
She couldn't stay angry with him for long.
| make sb
That man makes me angry every time I see him.
bitterly, extremely, furiously, really, terribly, very, wildly | a bit, pretty, quite, rather | increasingly | coldly | suddenly
Local people are very angry about the plans to close another hospital.
The members of the group are frustrated and angry at their lack of power.
I got terribly angry with him.
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