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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he's angry
Antonio es muy rencoroso, todavía está enojado por lo del otro día.Antonio is very resentful. He's still angry at what happened the other day.
b. he's mad
¿Por qué José no llamó a Maribel? - Está enojado con ella porque lo llamó tonto.Why didn't Jose call Maribel? - He's mad with her because she called him stupid.
c. he's annoyed
Está enojado porque llovió todo el fin de semana y no pudo ir a la playa.He's annoyed because it rained all weekend and he couldn't go to the beach.
d. he's cross (United Kingdom)
¿Por qué no vino Pedro? - Está enojado conmigo por el plantón que le di ayer.Why hasn't Pedro come? - He's cross with me because I stood him up yesterday.
e. is angry
El jugador está enojado porque el árbitro le sacó la tarjeta amarilla.The player is angry because the referee showed him the yellow card.
f. is mad
Mi padre está enojado con nosotros porque nos llevamos el carro sin su permiso.My father is mad at us because we took his car without permission.
g. is annoyed
Jorge está enojado porque le reprobaron las matemáticas.Jorge is annoyed because he failed maths.
h. is cross (United Kingdom)
Luis está enojado porque no lo invitamos a la fiesta.Luis is cross because we didn't invite him to the party.
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