Translation of irascible in Spanish:

irascible

irascible, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪˈrasɪb(ə)l//ɪˈræsəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    irascible
    • The two make an odd couple both physically and emotionally - bulky, brooding, irascible Crowe contrasting with laid-back, long-limbed Bettany.
    • This particular image consultant appears to have neglected his own image, or maybe he is just happy with being cynical, self-centred, irascible and insufferable.
    • In truth, he often proved an irascible, frustrating curmudgeon at the tribunal but people loved him for it.
    • Luc patiently visits his brother, uncomplainingly sticking by the bedside of this difficult and irascible man when everyone else deserts him.
    • He was a famously difficult and irascible man, some might even have characterized as mad, but was unfailingly courteous, warm and hospitable towards me.
    • But the picture drawn by Volkmar Braunbehrens's 1989 biography is of a serious, steady, occasionally irascible man.
    • What happened next led to a company boss pleading guilty to three charges after was provoked into what his solicitor Steven Culleton called ‘an irascible rage.’
    • What he doesn't mention is the mood swing from the honeysweet to the irascible.
    • Dunmore was certainly a haughty, irascible man, who made enemies easily and often.
    • In the TV show, Bruno pointed out to his irascible music teacher, Mr Sharofsky, that modern technology made traditional instruments redundant.
    • Yet he was famously thin-skinned and irascible, as I have good reason to remember, if any criticism became directed at himself.
    • But when this self-involvement is threatened, well, then we see how irascible, irritable and bad tempered stoners can be.
    • But she wasn't laughing at Leo; she was amused with her own irascible mood.
    • The books usually revolved around the exploits of a Northern family, the Brandons, and in particular the dour son of the family Carter and the irascible Uncle Mort.
    • Frank's irascible uncle, who had raised him after his parents' death, is murdered on his farm and now his nephew wants to find the murderer and claim whatever inheritance he can.
    • Because Papa grew so grouchy and irascible as his health failed, I wondered at times how many people really liked him.
    • The irascible Jim Godbolt, a long-time friend of Ronnie Scott, ruffled a few feathers 20 years ago when he published his book on the early decades of British jazz.
    • He played the role for a decade and a half, delighting viewers with his portrayal of the irascible lawyer with references to wife Hilda as ‘she who must be obeyed’.
    • After 13 years playing the stubborn, long-pocketed and irascible Inspector Morse, this week will see the veteran actor finally wave goodbye to his most famous role.
    • At the very same time, Teller was also seen as deeply irascible: thin-skinned, emotionally volatile, easily provoked, quick to take offense.