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    angry查询结果如下:

    音标:['æŋɡri]
    比较级:angrier 最高级:angriest

    基本释义/说明: adj.生气的
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    a.
    ①愤怒的;生气的
    be angry about trifles
    因细故而发怒.
    He was angry at being kept waiting.
    他因人家让他久等而生气.
    He was angry with himself for having made such a foolish mistake.
    他因犯了这样愚蠢的错误而生自己的气.
    get angry
    生气;动怒.
    make sb angry
    惹人生气.
    ②(患处)红肿的,发炎的;
    ③(风雨等)狂暴的;
    angry waves
    怒涛.
    -扩展释义
    【医学】 【中医】
    肿痛发炎的,发怒的
    N/A
    a.1. 发怒的生气的[(+at/with/about)]2. 因为...而生气[+that][+to-v]3. (天气、风浪等)险恶的;狂暴的4. (伤口)发炎的
    -同义词和反义词
    -angry的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    angry的形容词最高级级形式
    “It was his angriest novel, an 844-page expose of the London society he returned to after a spell in the colonies.”
    “Some looked angry, while others seemed more amused as some of the angriest protesters bellowed at them through a loudhailer.”
    “And it gave Ice Cube a haunting refrain in one of his angriest and best tracks.”
    angry的形容词比较级形式
    “Each swat of her hand over the surface made an enthralling ripple, which made her even angrier.”
    “The girls were running and giggling at the same time, making them clumsy in their movements and me even angrier.”
    “In general the older people are, the more likely they are to say they are worse off, and to feel angrier.”
    angry的视觉方言(被部分人接受的错误拼写形式)

    名词 变体/同根词

    The state of being angry.
    “It rolled all around father′s angriness and made it feel better almost at once.”
    “In the scientific and body medical′s opinion, the root of some of the physical illnesses, in this period, is angriness.”
    “One Sillitoe novel, Key to the Door, drew on that other form ative element of Angriness, National Service.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    anger的现在分词
    “The Government has delayed an announcement on third-level fees promised for this week, angering students.”
    “Those girls were always doing something to tick him off, angering him more than humanly possible.”
    “She had to be careful how she worded the question, for fear of upsetting or angering the short-tempered man.”
    angrify的现在分词
    “The way he said it, the way it came out of his mouth, I knew Scut was angrifying.”
    (US regional, nonstandard, transitive) to make angry
    (transitive) To cause such a feeling of antagonism. || (intransitive) To become angry.
    “Such incredibly dysfunctional behavior will eventually anger even the most patient among us.”
    “Perhaps if you didn′t anger so easily, we might actually be able to have a civilized conversation.”
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