angry


angry
გაჯავრებული, გაბრაზებული, გამწყრალი, გულმოსული
he darted an angry look at me გაბრაზებულმა გამომხედა
he became / got angry გაჯავრდა / გული მოუვიდა
to be angry with oneself საკუთარ თავზე გაბრაზება
brief / satisfactory / angry / immediate reply მოკლე / დამაკმაყოფილებელი / ბრაზიანი / დაუყოვნებელი პასუხი
he was more surprised than angry უფრო გაკვირვებული იყო, ვიდრე გაჯავრებული
an angry mob გაშმაგებული ბრბო
angry/sad/calm/quiet/deep/pleasant/hoarse voice გაჯავრებული/სევდიანი/წყნარი/მშვიდი/ბოხი/სასიამოვნო/ხრინწიანი ხმა
he got angry and no wonder გაჯავრდა და არც არის გასაკვირი
he delights in making his teacher angry მასწავლებლის გაბრაზება უყვარს
he got angry გაჯავრდა
he is very angry but he will soon come round ძალიან გაჯავრებულია, მაგრამ მალე გაუვლის
My father was angry', - 'I bet he was!' მ"მამაჩემი გაჯავრდა", - "აბა რა იქნებოდა!"
an angry voice / look / face / expression გაბრაზებული, გამწყრალი ხმა / გამოხედვა / სახე / გამომეტყველება
I`m angry with her მასზე გაბრაზებული ვარ

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