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tantrum
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tantrum /'tæntrəm/
  • danh từ
    • cơn giận, cơn thịnh nộ, cơn tam bành
      • to fly into a tantrum: nổi giận
Concise Dictionary
tantrums'tæntrəm
noun
+a display of bad temper
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
fit (of anger or of passion), outburst, eruption, blow-up, explosion, flare-up, storm, rage, fury, Colloq Brit paddy, wax:
He has a tantrum every time he fails to get his own way.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a sudden short period of angry, unreasonable behaviour, especially in a child: to have / throw a tantrum + Children often have temper tantrums at the age of two or thereabouts.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

temper

VERB + TANTRUM

have, throw
He threw a tantrum on the school bus.
| deal with | ignore



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