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See the entry forenfadado.
Past participle ofenfadar.


The word "enfadado" is used especially in Spain in the senses shown in 1) and 2), while in Latin America the word "enojado" is more commonly used with the same meaning.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (infuriated)
a. angry
Sigue enfadado porque no lo invitaron a la fiesta.He's still angry about not being invited to the party.
b. mad
¿Por qué estás enfadado conmigo? - ¿Yo? ¡Yo no estoy enfadado contigo!Why are you mad at me? - Me? I'm not mad at you!
c. cross (United Kingdom)
Mis padres están enfadados porque reprobé el examen.My parents are cross because I failed the exam.
2. (irritated)
a. annoyed
Estoy enfadada de tener que trabajar en un día tan soleado.I'm annoyed that I have to work on such a sunny day.
3. (fed up)
Regionalism used in Mexico
a. bored
No había mucho que hacer en ese pueblo al que fuimos de vacaciones, así que mis hijos estuvieron todo el tiempo enfadados.There wasn't much to do in that town we went to on vacation, so my kids were bored the whole time.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (irritado)
Regionalism used in Spain
a. angry
2. (molesto)
a. annoyed
estar enfadado con alguiento be angry/annoyed with somebody
3. (peleado)
están enfadados desde hace añosthey fell out (with each other) years ago
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