cólera


cólera
f.
1 anger, rage, dudgeon, ire.
2 cholera.
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cólera
nombre femenino
1 (bilis) bile
2 figurado (ira) anger, rage
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cólera
nombre masculino
1 MEDICINA cholera
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1. noun f.
anger
2. noun m.
cholera
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1. SF
1) (=ira) anger, rage

descargar la cólera en — to vent one's anger on

montar en cólera — to fly into a rage

2) (Anat) bile
2.
SM (Med) cholera
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I
masculino cholera
II
femenino rage, anger

descargó su cólera en mí — she vented her anger o rage on me

montar en cólera — to fly into a rage

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= anger, wrath, cholera, spleen, bile, rage.
Ex. The young librarian was not accustomed to seeing the head of reference red-faced with mute anger or the head of technical services mumbling uncontrollably to himself.
Ex. There is an element of scepticism about scholarly writing in the field of librarianship, and an element of fear of the wrath of those at the head of the profession.
Ex. However, there has been progress: newer university and divisional libraries have been established, and research libraries, such as the cholera Research Laboratory are small in number but impressive.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Shamans, software, and spleens: law and the construction of the information society'.
Ex. It would merely give him the opportunity to pour out his bile.
Ex. Librarians would find their jobs a lot easier if they were relieved of the responsibility of being all things to all people, and should encouraged to accept their own human fallibility and express their rage, frustration, and fears.
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* arrebato de cólera = angry outburst, fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataque de cólera = fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataques de cólera = flaming.
* desahogar + Posesivo + cólera = vent + Posesivo + spleen (on).
* montarse en cólera = throw + a tantrum, throw + a fit, throw + a hissy fit, spit + feathers, lose + Posesivo + temper.
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I
masculino cholera
II
femenino rage, anger

descargó su cólera en mí — she vented her anger o rage on me

montar en cólera — to fly into a rage

* * *
= anger, wrath, cholera, spleen, bile, rage.

Ex: The young librarian was not accustomed to seeing the head of reference red-faced with mute anger or the head of technical services mumbling uncontrollably to himself.

Ex: There is an element of scepticism about scholarly writing in the field of librarianship, and an element of fear of the wrath of those at the head of the profession.
Ex: However, there has been progress: newer university and divisional libraries have been established, and research libraries, such as the cholera Research Laboratory are small in number but impressive.
Ex: The article is entitled 'Shamans, software, and spleens: law and the construction of the information society'.
Ex: It would merely give him the opportunity to pour out his bile.
Ex: Librarians would find their jobs a lot easier if they were relieved of the responsibility of being all things to all people, and should encouraged to accept their own human fallibility and express their rage, frustration, and fears.
* arrebato de cólera = angry outburst, fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataque de cólera = fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataques de cólera = flaming.
* desahogar + Posesivo + cólera = vent + Posesivo + spleen (on).
* montarse en cólera = throw + a tantrum, throw + a fit, throw + a hissy fit, spit + feathers, lose + Posesivo + temper.

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cólera1
masculine
cholera
cólera2
feminine
rage, anger
descargó su cólera en la pobre criada she vented her anger o rage on the poor maid
al oírlo, montó en cólera he was enraged o he became furious o he flew into a rage when he heard it
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cólera sustantivo masculino
cholera
■ sustantivo femenino
rage, anger
cólera
I sustantivo femenino anger, rage
II sustantivo masculino Med cholera
'cólera' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
abate
- dominar
- explosión
English:
abate
- burst
- cholera
- fly
- rage
- restrain
- wrath
- ire
- strike
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cólera
nm
[enfermedad] cholera
nf
[ira] anger, rage;
descargar la cólera en alguien to vent one's anger on sb;
montar en cólera to get angry, to fly into a temper o rage;
dejarse llevar por la cólera to lose one's temper
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cólera
I f anger;
montar en cólera get in a rage
II m MED cholera
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cólera nm
: cholera
cólera nf
furia, ira: anger, rage
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cólera n anger / rage

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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