huffy

英 ['hʌfɪ] 美 ['hʌfi]
  • adj. 怒冲冲的;暴躁的
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huffy 生气的,发怒的

来自huff,生气,发怒。

huffy (adj.)
"ready to take offense," 1670s, from huff + -y (2). Related: Huffily; huffiness.
1. I, in my turn, became embarrassed and huffy and told her to take the money back.
这下轮到我既尴尬又气愤了,我告诉她把钱拿回去。

来自柯林斯例句

2. He did not seem seriously angry. He only acted as if he were huffy.
他并不像是真生气, 他只是装出一副恼怒的样子.

来自英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹

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