• be in a bad temper
  • 機嫌が悪い
  • get [fly] into a temper
  • かんしゃくを起す
  • have a temper
  • 短気である
  • keep [control] one's temper
  • 平静を保つ,がまんする
  • out of temper
  • 怒って
  • show one's temper
  • いら立つ
  • Temper! Temper!
  • ((略式))落ち着いて,落ち着いて
  • A short temper also caused occasional problems; he was sent off on more than one occasion.
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  • According to Strickland, her role in the film helped her learn to temper her fake crying.
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  • Affliction had tempered her heart to a softness almost more than human; and the gentleness of her spirit seems precisely to accord with all the romance of unbounded attachment.
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  • After Hare threatened to expel him from the team, Brooks lost his temper and pinned the manager against the wall.
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  • Although commissioned, her engine had not been run at full power—like her sister, Washington had major problems with longitudinal vibrations, which were only tempered after many tests conducted aboard North Carolina.
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  • Among these was Haden Edwards, an American land speculator known for his quick temper and aggressiveness.
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  • As tempers rose over the Home Rule Bill, which would never have been possible without the Parliament Act, relations between the elderly Knollys and the Conservatives became poor, and he was nudged into retirement.
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  • Betterton's only rival as male lead, George Powell, had most likely been left behind by the rebels with some relief (Milhous); while Powell was skilled and experienced, he was also notorious for his bad temper and alcoholism.
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  • Dee has a fiery temper and often argues with Travis, the wealthy farm owner; many of their arguments lead to passionate embraces.
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  • During a temporary move to Paris, the Prince's lieutenants record ugly public arguments between the two, and that his drunkenness and temper were damaging his reputation.
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  • Experiments were carried out by several corporations under contract from the Mint; they tested various metallic and non-metallic substances, including fiber, tempered glass, and several types of plastic.
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  • García Márquez uses other documented facts as starting points for his fictional portrait of Bolívar–for example, his dedication to the army above all else, his premature aging, and his bad temper.
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  • Goldman later speculated that her father's furious temper was at least partly a result of sexual frustration.
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  • Having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child, he swore revenge on criminals, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice.
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  • He also gained an appreciation, from experiencing the mutual help and organized resistance of the POWs, that his earlier individualism needed to be tempered by a belief in causes greater than self-interest.
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  • He separated from Amanda around this time, possibly owing to his temper or drunkenness.
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  • His religious stance was broadly Anglo-Catholic, tempered by the liberal Anglo-Catholicism advocated in the Lux Mundi essays.
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  • Home's attention was mainly concentrated on the Cold War, where his forcefully expressed anti-communist beliefs were tempered by a pragmatic approach to dealing with the Soviet Union.
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  • However, he tempered this interest with an abhorrence of excess and kept his tendency to experiment under constant control.
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