The phrase "estar enfadado" is used especially in Spain in the senses shown in 1) and 2), while in Latin America the phrase "estar enojado" is more commonly used with the same meaning.
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intransitive verb phrase
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
1. (to be infuriated)
a. to be angry
Mi padre está enfadado porque nuestro vecino escucha música demasiado fuerte.My father is angry because our neighbor plays loud music.
b. to be mad
Ana está enfadada con nosotros porque le dimos plantón.Ana is mad at us because we stood her up.
c. to be cross (United Kingdom)
¿Qué te pasa? ¿Estás enfadada?What's the matter? Are you cross?
2. (to be irritated)
3. (to be fed up)
Regionalism used in Mexico
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