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co·lé·ri·co  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: coléricos
Feminine: colérica
Plural and Feminine: coléricas
  1. Translate "colérico" to English: angry person, crank, grouch, grouse, grump, sourball, spitfire
    Spanish Synonyms of "colérico": persona colérica, regañón, cascarrabias, ogro, persona de mal carácter, persona de mal genio, quejumbrón

colérico  Adjective
  1. Translate "colérico" to English: quick-tempered, choleric, easily angered, ireful, readily angered, short-tempered, snappish, spitfire, testy, touchy, wrathful, bilious, chippy, dyspeptic, liverish, scratchy, snitchy
    Spanish Synonyms of "colérico": arrebatadizo, de genio vivo, de prontos enojos, enfadadizo, enfadoso, irascible, irritable
    Define meaning of "colérico": Que fácilmente se deja llevar de la cólera o ira. Airado/a.
  2. Ser colérico, Be quick-tempered (different from Be angry=Estar colérico.)

  3. Translate "colérico" to English: angry, mad, in a rage, incensed, irate, ireful, raging, hot under the collar, waxy
    Spanish Synonyms of "colérico": contrariado, disgustado, enfadado, enojado, furioso, irritado, bravo
    Define meaning of "colérico": Relativo/a a la cólera, ira o enojo.
  4. Estar colérico, Be raging, is different from Ser colérico.

  5. Translate "colérico" to English: choleraic, choleric, diseased with cholera, suffering from cholera
    Spanish Synonyms of "colérico": que padece de cólera, enfermo de cólera, afectado de cólera, perteneciente al cólera
    Define meaning of "colérico": Relativo/a a la enfermedad del cólera.

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