1agresivoborde Spain informalto get shirty — ponerse borde Spain informal
- My own husband, who is more realistic about his profession than most, gets a little shirty when I express myself so bluntly.
- We know a family when we see it, but get quite shirty when someone else tries to tell us how it should operate.
- As lazy and uninspired a choice it is to just remake an old film or TV series, this trend does has one hilarious plus point - all the old stars keep getting all shirty about being replaced.
- But the most disturbing aspect of his investigation is the way it has taken a celebrity chef to get shirty before anyone seems to have noticed what we are feeding our children.
- Nowadays the scourge of the left, he regards liberals as the first cousins of communists and gets shirty whenever anyone reminds him that once upon a time he was a Black Panther groupie.
- No matter what pressure you're under do not get shirty.
- He'd get a wee bit shirty, like you'd just spat on his baby, and tell you that we'd be finished in a few minutes so we'd best just press on ahead.
- I reckoned if they decided to get shirty and chuck me out, the gig was over anyway, so what did I have to lose?
- Suppose Toby's saying something shirty to his boss makes his boss feel that he may have to take a difficult decision about him.
- Would his publisher get shirty if he signed an electronic contract?
- Let's briefly savour the delicious irony of a magazine for advertising executives getting shirty because someone has ‘grabbed the money and run’.
- I couldn't stand there and risk someone being a bit shirty with him so I touched him lightly on the arm and indicated that he should stand on the right.
- Funny enough, if I ask other people about their reasons for watching/reading the news, they get shirty and look at me like I'm crazy. ‘It's important to be informed!’
- He got very shirty, and there were even legal threats.
- Some friendly letters come back and these horrible bigots get shirty and make remarks about teeth, for Christ's sake.
- The script in these situations normally follows a rather different plot: a diver receives treatment, argues the toss, gets a bit shirty, and jumps back in the water after a row with the boat skipper.
- Her boss got quite shirty with me; until I started asking who her boss is so I could make a complaint.
- My husband got a bit shirty on Friday night when I had a group of friends round for dinner.