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“ Angry Words ” : hvordan man taler på engelsk om vrede

We’ve all been there … Eller på russisk, vi alle gik igennem den. Dette sker sjældent eller ofte, men sker for alle: vi er vrede we get angry eller komme ud af sig selv lose our temper I dag ser vi på de ord og sætninger, der vil hjælpe os med at udtrykke deres negative følelser på engelsk. Efter alt, ser du, denne samling af ord er meget nyttigt og nyttig for alle.

Noget tager dig ud af dig selv makes your blood boil du føler en voksende vrede mounting anger eller lad det simre med raseri seething with rage Nogle gange går vi for følelsesmæssige highly emotional der ønsker at straks reagere skarpt give a sharp answer Efter at vi kan have en trist ansigt a face as long as a fiddle eller vi kan se ned i munden look down in the drums Umiddelbart kommer den erkendelse, at nerverne ikke gode to be a nervous wreck

Adjektiver af vrede på engelsk

Hvis du er stadig vred, lad os lære de ti bedste adjektiver, der udtrykker dine følelser på det tidspunkt.

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

    Our teacher got annoyed with us for not having prepared our homework. – at have forberedt vores hjemmearbejde. Our teacher got annoyed with us for not having prepared our homework. – Our teacher got annoyed with us for not having prepared our homework. – Vores lærer var irriteret på os, fordi vi ikke forberede lektier.

  2. Disgusted at/by/with — væmmes.

    We felt disgusted at him after his last scurvy trick. – skørbug trick. We felt disgusted at him after his last scurvy trick. – We felt disgusted at him after his last scurvy trick. – Vi var væmmes til ham efter hans seneste forbryderiske narrestreger.

  3. Frustrated at/with — frustreret.

    I never get frustrated when I get into a traffic jam. – en trafikprop. I never get frustrated when I get into a traffic jam. – I never get frustrated when I get into a traffic jam. – Jeg har aldrig får forstyrret, hvis de sidder fast i trafikken.

  4. Furious about/at/with — rasende, rasende.

    She was furious with us for leaving the kids near open fire. – børnene i nærheden af åben ild. She was furious with us for leaving the kids near open fire. – She was furious with us for leaving the kids near open fire. – Hun var rasende, fordi børnene efterladt i nærheden af åben ild.

  5. Incensed at/by/with — vred.

    The mayor was incensed at his subordinates because they hadn’t prepared his speech for press conference. – de ikke havde forberedt sin tale til pressekonference. 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. – Borgmesteren var vred på sine underordnede, fordi de ikke forberede sin tale til pressemødet.

  6. Irritated at/by/with — irriteret (efter værdi mere end annoyed

    We all got irritated by our neighbours’ loud party. – højt part. We all got irritated by our neighbours’ loud party. – We all got irritated by our neighbours’ loud party. – Vi har alle været frustrerede på grund af den højt feste af vores naboer.

  7. Outraged at/with — forstyrret noget.

    Entrepreneurs were outraged at the latest changes in taxation. – beskatningen. Entrepreneurs were outraged at the latest changes in taxation. – Entrepreneurs were outraged at the latest changes in taxation. – Iværksættere blev oprørt over de seneste ændringer i beskatningen.

  8. Pissed off about/at/with — irriteret; en der «få» (uformel).

    She was pissed off at his habit to leave socks under the sofa. – forlade sokker under sofaen. 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. – Det «tog» hans vane med at forlade sokker under sengen.

  9. Resentful against/at — fornærmet, oprørt.

    Terry was resentful at his superior for taking credit for his project. – æren for hans 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 blev såret på hans hoved, fordi han tilegnede hans resultater i projektet.

Idiomer af vrede på engelsk

Og lad os nu lære nogle idiomatiske udtryk kan bruges til at vise vrede.

Idiom Oversættelse
Like a bear with sore head Meget vred, rasende
To be cheesed off En vred, træt
To be steamed up Kogende vrede, indignerede
To come down like a ton of bricks Kollapsede / angribe nogen
To go ballistic Til at komme i et raseri
To go off the deep end Til at komme i et raseri, at miste kontrollen
To go postal Hidse
To go through the roof Fyret op for at komme ind i et raseri
To jump down someone’s throat Smash, «mundkurv»
To see red At miste selvkontrol, vred
To try someone’s patience Test nogens tålmodighed

After seeing my last report my boss went ballistic. – ballistisk. After seeing my last report my boss went ballistic. – After seeing my last report my boss went ballistic. – Efter chefen så min sidste rapport, han var rasende.

I never try my mother’s patience and come home before 11.00 pm. – komme hjem før 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. – Jeg prøver aldrig tålmodighed min mor, og jeg kommer hjem på 11:00.

He’s been very touchy lately, jumping down my throat every time I express my opinion. – ned min hals, hver gang jeg udtrykke min mening. 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. – Han er meget følsomt sidst, jeg siger ikke et ord til mig, hver gang jeg udtrykke min mening.

Phrasal verber af vrede på engelsk

Lad os nu se en video om «onde» af phrasal verber.

Cause. Årsag

  • Get to smb — irriterende touch.
  • Wind smb up — touch.
  • Piss smb off — «få» irriterende.
  • Work smb up — «slut», vred.
  • Tick smb off — «komme», «at spille på nerverne.»

Result. Resultatet er en konsekvens af

  • Blow up — at miste besindelsen, temperament.
  • Freak out — gal, gal.
  • Lash out at smb — at lange ud efter nogen.
  • Fly into a rage — at komme ud af dig selv, til at komme i et raseri.
  • Calm down — rolig.
  • Chill out — selvtilfredse.

Men uanset hvor stærk var din vrede, bør du altid være i stand til at håndtere dem to control yourself / not to lose control of yourself og leve sammen (live in peace and friendship). Efter alt, ikke så mærkeligt de siger, at vrede — er en ideel mulighed for at sige de fleste lidenskabelig tale i dit liv, som du fortryder senere.

Jeg håber, at vores artikel var nyttigt for dig, og nu er du klar til at teste din viden ved at gøre en hurtig test.

 

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