HyperDic: cólera

Español > 7 sentidos de la palabra cólera:
NOMBREfeelingcólera, bravura, enfado, enojo, ira, rabiaa strong emotion
statecólera, furia, furor, ira, ràbiathe state of being angry
bodycólera, bile, bilis, hiela digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder
feelingcólera, furiaan irritable petulant feeling
statecólera, coleraan acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of contaminated water or food
actcólera, furia, irabelligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)
statecólera, rabiaviolent state of the elements
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 1, feeling
SentidoA strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance.
Sinónimosbravura, enfado, enojo, ira, rabia
Específicocontrariedad, suplicio, vejaciónanger produced by some annoying irritation
enfurecimientoA feeling of intense anger
furia, furor, rabiaA feeling of intense anger
genio, mala leche, mal genio, mal humor, malhumorA persisting angry mood
indignaciónA feeling of righteous anger
ofensa, resentimientoA feeling of anger caused by being offended
Generalafecto, emociónAny strong feeling
Inglésanger, choler, ire
Cataláncòlera, enuig, ira
Adjetivoairada, airado, brava, bravo, enfadada, enfadado, enojadoFeeling or showing anger
colérico, enojadizo, iracundo, irascible, irritable, quisquillosoquickly aroused to anger
colérico, iracundo, irascibleCharacterized by anger
coléricoeasily moved to anger
Verboscabrear, enfadar, enojarmake angry
encolerizarse, enfadarse, enfadar, enfurecerse, enojarseBecome angry
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 2, state
SentidoThe state of being angry.
Sinónimosfuria, furor, ira, ràbia
Inglésanger, angriness
Cataláncòlera, furor, ira, ràbia
Adjetivoairada, airado, brava, bravo, enfadada, enfadado, enojadoFeeling or showing anger
colérico, embravecido, enfurecido, furibundo, furioso, tempestuoso, tormentoso, violento(of the elements) as if showing violent anger
Verboscabrear, enfadar, enojarmake angry
encolerizarse, enfadarse, enfadar, enfurecerse, enojarseBecome angry
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 3, body
SentidoA digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder; aids in the digestion of fats.
Sinónimosbile, bilis, hiel
Generaljugo digestivosecretions that aid digestion
Inglésbile, gall
Catalánbilis, còlera, fel
Adjetivobiliar, biliariorelating to or containing bile
biliarrelating to the bile ducts or the gallbladder
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 4, feeling
SentidoAn irritable petulant feeling.
Sinónimofuria
EspecíficosusceptibilidadFeeling easily irritated
Generalmal carácter, mal humor, malhumorAn angry and disagreeable mood
Inglésirritability, crossness, fretfulness, fussiness, peevishness, petulance, choler
Cataláncòlera, fúria
Adjetivoirritable, malhumorado, quejicaeasily irritated or annoyed
quejumbrosoHabitually complaining
áspero, cascarrabias, gruñón, hosco, irritable, malhumorada, malhumorado, refunfuñónAnnoyed and irritable
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 5, state
SentidoAn acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of contaminated water or food.
Sinónimocolera
Generalenfermedad infecciosaA disease transmitted only by a specific kind of contact
Ingléscholera, Asiatic cholera, Indian cholera, epidemic cholera
Cataláncòlera
Adjetivocoléricorelating to or resulting from or resembling cholera
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 6, act
SentidoBelligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins).
Sinónimosfuria, ira
Generalpecado capital, pecado mortalAn unpardonable sin entailing a total loss of grace
Ingléswrath, anger, ire, ira
Catalánira
Adjetivoairada, airado, brava, bravo, enfadada, enfadado, enojadoFeeling or showing anger
Verboscabrear, enfadar, enojarmake angry
encolerizarse, enfadarse, enfadar, enfurecerse, enojarseBecome angry
Español > cólera: 7 sentidos > nombre 7, state
SentidoViolent state of the elements.
Sinónimorabia
GeneralviolenciaA turbulent state resulting in injuries and destruction etc.
Inglésrage
Cataláncòlera, ràbia

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