Translation for 'bad-tempered' from English to Russian
ADJ   bad-tempered | more bad-tempered | most bad-tempered
SYNO bad-tempered | crabbed | crabby | ...
злой {adj}bad-tempered
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Translation for 'bad-tempered' from English to Russian

злой {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Adults also are notorious for tending to be bad tempered.
  • Alexander was afraid of horses. In his childhood, he had had an unpleasant experience on a bad-tempered mount.
  • In a bad-tempered 2002 season, he moved to the Manor Motorsport team in British Formula 3, leaving them in 2003 for the Carlin team in the same series.
  • The staff might have high level of stress as they might always meet bad-tempered customers.
  • The backdrop of the stage consists of three buildings: the house of Gorgias (a farmer who is the stepson of Knemon), a temple of Pan and the Nymphs, and the house of Knemon (the Bad-Tempered Man of the title).

  • Another of Cole's famous roles was of bad-tempered retired photojournalist Diana Trent in the sitcom "Waiting for God", which ran from 1990 to 1994.
  • Belushi plays bad-tempered San Diego police detective Michael Dooley, who has been tagged for execution by a major international drug dealer named Ken Lyman (played by Kevin Tighe).
  • The match was bad-tempered, with instances of shoulder-bumping.
  • Savage is also famous for an incident at Villa Park, while playing for Birmingham City, in a bad-tempered Second City derby in March 2003.
  • while also having a "commanding, drill-sergeant vocal delivery and surly attitude helped to build a new breed of bad-tempered hardcore" Fear released their debut album "The Record" with the label in 1982.

  • More recently, Hewlett had a prominent supporting role in "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" (2011), portraying bad-tempered airplane pilot Douglas Hunsiker opposite John Lithgow and Andy Serkis.
  • None of Menander's plays have survived to the present day in their complete form, but one play, "The Bad-Tempered Man", has survived to the present day in a near-complete form.
  • When Labour MP Bob Marshall-Andrews was overheard supposedly using the word in a bad-tempered informal exchange with a straight colleague in the House of Commons lobby in November 2005, it was considered to be homophobic abuse.
  • On the following Saturday, Phillips was sent off in the final minute of a bad-tempered 1–0 defeat to Middlesbrough, after he kicked out at Boro defender Franck Queudrue.
  • While they are not usually aggressive, brown howler monkeys do not take well to captivity and are of bad-tempered and unfriendly disposition.

  • On 4 December 1957 he captained the Northern Ireland team against Italy in Belfast, in a bad tempered game that came to be known as the "Battle of Belfast"; Blanchflower attempted to keep the peace as the game turned nasty.
  • He is described in the "Tales" as skinny and bad-tempered and old; his hair is closely cropped reflecting his social status as a serf.
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