temper 是什么意思

temper的中文意思是: 脾气

temper例句大全

  1. Temper If you lose your temper, you will produce more CO2, so please control your temper in order to

    脾气别发脾气,你会放出更多的二氧化碳,所以请自控,为了我们的地球。

  2. He curbed his temper

    他稳住了情绪。

  3. Don't lose your temper.

    别恼火。

  4. He has a volatile temper.

    他脾气反复无常。

  5. Opiates to quell his temper.

    缓和他的情绪要用鸦片制剂。

  6. His temper is easily ruffled.

    他动不动就耍脾气。

  7. Difficulties can temper our willpower .

    困难能磨炼我们的意志。

  8. He had an irascible temper.

    他脾气暴躁。

  9. You've really got a bad temper!

    你的脾气可暴了!

  10. He has a furious temper.

    他脾气狂暴。

  11. difficult circumstances can temper one's will.

    艰苦的环境能磨炼人的意志。

  12. He worked off his bad temper.

    他改掉了他的坏脾气。

  13. The child has a stubborn temper.

    这个小孩脾气执拗。

  14. Mal's temper was at boiling point.

    马尔正在气头上,一点就着。

  15. I have a very bad temper.

    我脾气又不好。

  16. Josie's worst problem was her ungovernable temper.

    朱姗最糟糕的问题是她那控制不住的脾气。

  17. My temper would perhaps be called resentful.

    我的脾气可以说是够叫人厌恶的。

  18. I knew you have a bad temper.

    早就知道你脾气不好了。

  19. He's inherited his father's explosive temper.

    他遗传了其父暴躁的脾气。

  20. She so admirably controlled her temper.

    她很好地控制住自己不发脾气。

  21. His temper is of the quickest .

    他的脾气是最急躁的。

  22. Age has chastened his violent temper.

    随着年龄的增长,他暴躁的脾气变温和了。

  23. The old man had an explosive temper.

    那个老人脾气暴躁。

  24. I Hope he can control his temper.

    我希望他能克制住自己的脾气。

  25. A quick temper is my weak point.

    性子急是我的缺点。

  26. I was cursed with a bad temper.

    我吃了脾气不好的亏。

  27. They are hardening, temper and anneal .

    三种。它们是淬火、回火和退火。

  28. Get into a fury, rage, temper, etc

    愤怒、勃然大怒、发脾气

  29. Fieriness of temper or passion ; high spirit .

    脾气或情感的火爆;

  30. That temper must run in the family.

    那脾气肯定是家里惯起来的。

  31. I can handle the occasional temper tantrum.

    我可控制偶尔的情绪失控。

  32. I found in him a congenial temper.

    他是一个和我意气相投的人。

  33. You should keep in your bad temper.

    你应该控制自己的坏脾气。

  34. He was in a very good temper

    他当时心情非常好。

  35. He is a man of variable temper.

    他的脾气反复无常。

  36. He could not restrain his temper [ mirth ].

    他无法抑制愤怒[欢笑]。

  37. I could not bear with his hot temper.

    我忍受不了他那急躁的脾气。

  38. He had to learn to temper his enthusiasm .

    他得学着给自己的热情降温。

  39. And not little boys who throw temper tantrums.

    而不是只会发脾气的小男生。

  40. Don't lose your temper over it.

    冷静些,不要为了这些失去耐性,而发脾气。

temper中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
坏脾气;暴脾气
If you refer to someone's temper or say that they have a temper, you mean that they become angry very easily.
  1. He had a temper and could be nasty...

    他脾气不大好,有时凶得很。

  2. His short temper had become notorious...

    他的臭脾气是出了名的。

  3. I hope he can control his temper.

    我希望他能克制住自己的脾气。

2
情绪;心情
Your temper is the way you are feeling at a particular time. If you are in a good temper, you feel cheerful. If you are in a bad temper, you feel angry and impatient.
  1. I was in a bad temper last night...

    昨晚我心情不好。

  2. He was in a very good temper...

    他当时心情非常好。

  3. In a fit of bad temper, Dougie threw the deep fat fryer overboard.

    一气之下,道吉把那个又深又大的油炸锅扔了。

3
使缓和;使温和
To temper something means to make it less extreme.
  1. For others, especially the young and foolish, the state will temper justice with mercy...

    对待其他人时,尤其是年轻人和愚蠢的人,国家会刚柔并济。

  2. He had to learn to temper his enthusiasm.

    他得学着给自己的热情降温。

4
发脾气/开始发火
If someone is in a temper or gets into a temper, the way that they are behaving shows that they are feeling angry and impatient.
  1. She was still in a temper when Colin arrived...

    科林到的时候,她气还没有消。

  2. When I try to explain how I feel he just flies into a temper.

    我刚要解释我心里是怎么想的,他就勃然大怒。

5
发脾气;大发雷霆
If you lose your temper, you become so angry that you shout at someone or show in some other way that you are no longer in control of yourself.
  1. I've never seen him get cross or lose his temper...

    我从未见过他生气或者发火。

  2. I lost my temper and banged my book down on the desk.

    我大发雷霆,把书砰地往课桌上一摔。

temper用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
脾气;易怒的性情
if sb has a temper , they become angry very easily
2
烈性子、急性子、火性子等
a violent/short/quick, etc. temper
3
他得学会捺住性子。
He must learn to control his temper .
4
她一气之下把盘子摔碎了。
She broke the plates in a fit of temper .
5
等了一个小时后,大伙儿开始冒火了。
After an hour of waiting, tempers began to fray (= people began to get angry) .
6
怒气;火气;阵怒
a short period of feeling very angry
7
勃然大怒
to fly into a temper
8
她一发脾气说话就难听。
She says awful things when she's in a temper .
9
心情;情绪;心境
the way that you are feeling at a particular time
10
心情好些时再回来。
Come back when you're in a better temper.
11
心情不好、很坏等
to be in a bad, foul, etc. temper
12
构成形容词
in adjectives
13
有…脾气的;心情…的
having a particular type of temper
14
脾气好 / 坏
good-/bad-tempered
15
性情温和的小孩
a sweet-tempered child
16
发脾气;忍住怒火
to fail/manage to control your anger
17
她对一位顾客发了脾气,冲着人家大喊大叫。
She lost her temper with a customer and shouted at him.
18
孩子们淘气时,我强捺住性子不发脾气。
I struggle to keep my temper with the kids when they misbehave.
19
使缓和;使温和
to make sth less severe by adding sth that has the opposite effect
20
法外尚需施恩。
Justice must be tempered with mercy.
21
使(金属)回火
to make metal as hard as it needs to be by heating and then cooling it
temper英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
a disposition to exhibit uncontrolled anger
例子:
  1. his temper was well known to all his employees

近义词: biliousness,irritability,peevishness,pettishness,snappishness,surliness

2
the elasticity and hardness of a metal object;its ability to absorb considerable energy before cracking

近义词: toughness

3
a sudden outburst of anger
例子:
  1. his temper sparked like damp firewood

近义词: pique,irritation

4
a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling
例子:
  1. whether he praised or cursed me depended on his temper at the time
  2. he was in a bad humor

近义词: mood,humor,humour

5
restrain

近义词: chasten,moderate

6
make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else;moderate
例子:
  1. she tempered her criticism

近义词: season,mollify

7
adjust the pitch (of pianos)
8
harden by reheating and cooling in oil
例子:
  1. temper steel

近义词: harden

9
bring to a desired consistency, texture, or hardness by a process of gradually heating and cooling
例子:
  1. temper glass

近义词: anneal,normalize