colérico

Siempre malhumorado y colérico, Vicente tenía gran dificultad en relacionarse con las personas.
Always grumpy and sour, Vincent had great difficulty relating to people.
He oido decir que no soporta que le critiquen y que tiene usted un comportamiento violento y colérico.
I've heard you can't stand criticism and that you have a violent temper.
Lo menciono solo para que no surja la falsa impresión de que el incidente con el profesor de francés confirmó una tendencia que se mostró a lo largo de todos los años. No, no, Frank no era agresivo ni colérico.
I'm just mentioning it so that you don't get impression that the incident with the French teacher had been looming for years. No, no, Frank wasn't aggressive, nor did he have a temper.
Las diferentes características del cuerpo de Heruka son meras manifestaciones de su sabiduría omnisciente y no existen fuera de su mente. Sin embargo, para los practicantes con fe, visualizar el aspecto colérico de Heruka es un poderoso método para recibir con rapidez sus bendiciones y protección.
All the various features of Heruka's body are merely manifestations of his omniscient wisdom and do not exist outside of his mind. However, for faithful practitioners, visualizing the wrathful aspect of Heruka is a powerful method for swiftly receiving his blessings and protection.
Mauro estaba colérico porque su equipo perdió.
Mauro was furious because his team lost.
No se ponga colerico, señor.
Don't get cross, sir.
En esa etapa y frente a rumores sobre un incremento al IVA, el Presidente reaccionó con colérico rechazo, apelando a la defensa de los intereses populares.
At that time, the President reacted strongly to growing rumors of an IVA increase, and appealed to the defense of grassroots interests.
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