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2 Translation results for temper in Spanish

noun | verb

temper noun

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carácter, genio; temple, dureza (de un metal); calma, serenidad; furia

Example sentences of
temper noun

  • She has a bad temper.
  • That boy has quite a temper.
  • He needs to learn to control his temper.
  • She hit him in a fit of temper.
  • He slammed the door and left in a temper.
  • It's often difficult for parents not to lose their tempers.
  • He is in a pleasant temper.

Detailed synonyms for temper noun

temper verb

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tempered, has tempered, is tempering, tempers
moderar, temperar; templar (acero, etc.)

Example sentences of
temper verb

  • The steel must be properly tempered.

Synonyms of
temper verb

Detailed synonyms for temper verb

See: Moderate

Related phrases for temper

Reverse translation for temper

carácter  - character, kind, nature, disposition, temperament, letter, symbol 
genio  - genius, temper, disposition, genie 
temple  - temper (of steel, etc.), mood, tuning, courage 
dureza  (de un metal) - hardness, toughness, severity, harshness 
calma  - calm, quiet 
serenidad  - serenity, calmness 
furia  - fury, rage, violence, fury 
moderar  - to temper, to moderate, to curb, to reduce, to chair (a meeting) 
temperar  - to have a change of air, to temper, to moderate 
templar  (acero, etc.) - to temper (steel), to restrain, to moderate, to tune (a musical instrument), to warm up, to cool down 
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