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    sharguar Guest

    Default most suitable word

    He is quick to get angry.
    =He has aˍˍ temper.

    Which words will do?

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    Default Re: most suitable word

    Quote Originally Posted by sharguar
    He is quick to get angry.
    =He has aˍˍ temper.

    Which words will do?
    Hello sharguar,

    I would use "bad".
    He has a bad temper. :wink:

    Kind regards,
    Dany :D

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    Default Re: most suitable word

    Quote Originally Posted by sharguar
    He is quick to get angry.
    =He has aˍˍ temper.

    Which words will do?
    In addition,

    He has a quick temper. :wink:

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    Default Re: most suitable word

    Thank you both!

    Also, "have a hot temper"
    or "have a short temper" means the same?

    And why 'short' so much used?
    What's the link between 'short' and emotions?

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    Default Re: most suitable word

    Quote Originally Posted by sharguar
    Thank you both!

    Also, "have a hot temper"
    or "have a short temper" means the same?

    And why 'short' so much used?
    What's the link between 'short' and emotions?
    yes, you are right.. if someone has a short temper it's the same as saying he is quick to act on his emotions, he loses it quickly.

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