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“ Angry Words ” : kako se govori na engleskom jeziku o besu

We’ve all been there … Ili, na ruskom, svi smo prošli kroz to. To se događa rijetko ili često, ali se događa svima: mi smo ljuti we get angry ili pored sebe lose our temper Danas gledamo riječi i fraze koje će nam pomoći da izraze svoje negativne emocije na engleskom jeziku. Uostalom, vidite, ova zbirka činjenica je vrlo korisno i korisne za sve.


Nešto vas vodi izvan sebe makes your blood boil ne osjetite sve veći bijes mounting anger ili kuvajte sa bijesa seething with rage Ponekad idemo suviše emotivan highly emotional želeći da odmah oštro odgovori give a sharp answer Nakon toga možemo imati tužno lice a face as long as a fiddle ili možemo pogledati dolje u ustima look down in the drums Odmah dolazi spoznaja da nerve nije dobro to be a nervous wreck

Pridevi ljutnje na engleskom jeziku

U slučaju da ste još uvijek ljuti, Naučimo prvih deset pridjevi koji izražavaju svoje emocije u tom trenutku.

  1. Annoyed about/at/by/with — iritira.

    Our teacher got annoyed with us for not having prepared our homework. – što je pripremio naš domaći. Our teacher got annoyed with us for not having prepared our homework. – Our teacher got annoyed with us for not having prepared our homework. – Naš učitelj bio iznerviran na nas jer nismo pripremili domaći.

  2. Disgusted at/by/with — gadi.

    We felt disgusted at him after his last scurvy trick. – skorbuta trik. We felt disgusted at him after his last scurvy trick. – We felt disgusted at him after his last scurvy trick. – Bili smo gadi da mu nakon što je njegov najnoviji sumnjivim budalaštine.

  3. Frustrated at/with — frustriran.

    I never get frustrated when I get into a traffic jam. – saobraćajnoj gužvi. I never get frustrated when I get into a traffic jam. – I never get frustrated when I get into a traffic jam. – Ja nikad ne uznemiren ako se zaglave u saobraćaju.

  4. Furious about/at/with — besan, bijesan.

    She was furious with us for leaving the kids near open fire. – decu u blizini otvorene vatre. She was furious with us for leaving the kids near open fire. – She was furious with us for leaving the kids near open fire. – Ona je bila bijesan jer su djeca ostavila u blizini otvorenog plamena.

  5. Incensed at/by/with — ljuti.

    The mayor was incensed at his subordinates because they hadn’t prepared his speech for press conference. – oni nisu pripremili svoj ​​govor na konferenciji za novinare. The mayor was incensed at his subordinates because they hadn’t prepared his speech for press conference. – The mayor was incensed at his subordinates because they hadn’t prepared his speech for press conference. – Gradonačelnik je bio ljut na svojim podređenima, jer oni nisu pripremili svoj ​​govor na konferenciji za novinare.

  6. Irritated at/by/with — iritiran (po vrijednosti više od annoyed

    We all got irritated by our neighbours’ loud party. – stranke. We all got irritated by our neighbours’ loud party. – We all got irritated by our neighbours’ loud party. – Svi smo frustrirani zbog glasnog žurke naših susjeda.

  7. Outraged at/with — poremećena nešto.

    Entrepreneurs were outraged at the latest changes in taxation. – oporezivanju. Entrepreneurs were outraged at the latest changes in taxation. – Entrepreneurs were outraged at the latest changes in taxation. – Poduzetnici su ogorčeni najnovijim promjenama u oporezivanju.

  8. Pissed off about/at/with — iritiran; onaj koji je «dobiti» (neformalni).

    She was pissed off at his habit to leave socks under the sofa. – napuste čarape ispod sofe. She was pissed off at his habit to leave socks under the sofa. – She was pissed off at his habit to leave socks under the sofa. – To je «preuzeo» njegov naviku ostavljanja čarapa ispod kreveta.

  9. Resentful against/at — uvrijedio, ogorčeni.

    Terry was resentful at his superior for taking credit for his project. – kredit za svoj ​​projekt. Terry was resentful at his superior for taking credit for his project. – Terry was resentful at his superior for taking credit for his project. – Terry je ozlijeđen na glavu, jer je prisvojio njegova dostignuća u projektu.

Idioma od ljutnje na engleskom jeziku

A sada ćemo naučiti neke idiomatske izrazi mogu se koristiti za prikaz bijes.

Idiom Prijevod
Like a bear with sore head Jako ljut, bijesan
To be cheesed off Ljutiti, hranjen gore
To be steamed up Kipuće ljutnju, ogorčen
To come down like a ton of bricks Srušila / iznenadilo nekoga
To go ballistic Da bi došli u bes
To go off the deep end Da bi došli u bes, gubi kontrolu
To go postal Razjariti
To go through the roof Fired Up da dođe u bes
To jump down someone’s throat Hit, «njuška»
To see red Gubitak samokontrole, ljut
To try someone’s patience Testiranje nečije strpljenje

After seeing my last report my boss went ballistic. – balistički. After seeing my last report my boss went ballistic. – After seeing my last report my boss went ballistic. – Nakon što je glavni vidjela moj zadnji izvještaj, on je bio bijesan.

I never try my mother’s patience and come home before 11.00 pm. – dođe kući pred 11:00. I never try my mother’s patience and come home before 11.00 pm. – I never try my mother’s patience and come home before 11.00 pm. – Nikada nisam probati strpljenje moje majke, i ja došao kući u 11.00 sati.

He’s been very touchy lately, jumping down my throat every time I express my opinion. – niz grlo svaki put kad izrazim svoje mišljenje. He’s been very touchy lately, jumping down my throat every time I express my opinion. – He’s been very touchy lately, jumping down my throat every time I express my opinion. – On je vrlo osetljiva u posljednje vrijeme, ja ne govori da me svaki put kad izrazim svoje mišljenje.

Frazeološki glagola ljutnje na engleskom jeziku

Sada da vidimo video o «zlo» od frazeološki glagola.

Cause. Uzrok

  • Get to smb — dosadne dodir.
  • Wind smb up — dodir.
  • Piss smb off — «dobiti» neugodno.
  • Work smb up — «finiš», ljut.
  • Tick smb off — «dobiti», «da se igra na živce.»

Result. Rezultat je posljedica

  • Blow up — izgubiti svoju narav, narav.
  • Freak out — lud, lud.
  • Lash out at smb — da se istresa na nekoga.
  • Fly into a rage — da izađe iz sebe, da dođu u bijes.
  • Calm down — mirno.
  • Chill out — samozadovoljni.

Ali bez obzira na to koliko je jak vaš bijes, treba uvijek biti u stanju da se nose s njima to control yourself / not to lose control of yourself i žive zajedno (live in peace and friendship). Na kraju krajeva, nije ni čudo kažu da je ljutnja — je idealna prilika da se kaže većini strastan govor u vašem životu koji vam požaliti kasnije.

Nadam se da je naš članak bio koristan za vas, a sada ste spremni da testirati svoje znanje kroz rad brzog testa.

 

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