Noun(1) a sudden outburst of anger(2) a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary(3) a disposition to exhibit uncontrolled anger(4) the elasticity and hardness of a metal object; its ability to absorb considerable energy before cracking
Verb(1) bring to a desired consistency, texture, or hardness by a process of gradually heating and cooling(2) harden by reheating and cooling in oil(3) adjust the pitch (of pianos(4) make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else(5) change by restraining or moderating
(1) Don't be put off by the first track where someone in a bad temper attacks a keyboard for a minute and a half.(2) the blade rapidly heats up and the metal loses its temper(3) he rushed out in a very bad temper(4) Who knows what I might do tomorrow in a fit of temper or in a fit of rage.(5) Mark frowned; he didn't expect the word to get around that quickly, but then, he never counted on Mary-Ellen in a temper .(6) He tends to karate kick the office partition when he's in a temper .(7) So he decided to cancel the dish, and slunk off to his dormitory down the road in a bad temper .(8) The fÔö£ÔòØhrer pushed the girl violently to the ground in a temper .(9) Damon, on the other hand, saw that I was in a temper , and got as far away from me as he could.(10) He had to overcome a violent temper and a tendency to excessive self-criticism.(11) I expect that over the years, she has sought to accommodate her daughter's wishes rather than confront her whenever she has been in a temper .(12) I only said it in a fit of temper(13) To her surprise, he didn't throw her out in a fit of temper .(14) I said and got up, stalking off to my room in a frightful temper .(15) I know my temper gets the better of me at times(16) He idly wondered which one of them was in the bad temper .
(1) bad temper :: хулщ бад
(2) lose one's temper :: даст хулщ як
(3) short temper :: хулщ кӯтоҳ
(4) temper tantrum :: tantrum хулщ
(5) quick temper :: хулщ зуд
(6) hot temper :: хулщ гарм
(7) lose temper :: хулщ даст
(8) good temper :: хулщ хуб
(9) ill temper :: хулщ бемор
(10) be in a good temper :: дар як хулщ хуб бошад
1. fit of rage ::
2. anger ::
3. composure ::
6. mood ::
7. irritation ::
8. harden ::
9. moderate ::
10. season ::
11. normalize ::
temper, tempered, tempering, tempers
Word Example from TV Shows
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I'm not proud of it, Amy,
but I have a TEMPER.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 17
He could TEMPER her worst impulses.
Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
According to him, you're over-sensitive
and have a TEMPER.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 7
However, I think she doesn't have
your same TEMPER.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
English to Tajik Dictionary: temper
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