In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1berrinche masculinerabieta femininepataleta feminine informalJack had / threw a (temper) tantrum — Jack hizo un berrinche Mexico
- They have no comprehension of the social codes that govern the rest of us, and may touch inappropriately or throw tantrums.
- The first time I ate there my husband's young nephew threw a tantrum.
- Temper tantrums in up to a quarter of young children could be caused by food colourings added to popular brands.
- Do the rest of Scotland really care about who owns the newspapers they buy, and are readers interested in the tantrums of editors?
- Participants will learn methods and strategies to deal with sibling fighting and tantrums.
- She died from a ruptured blood vessel in the brain caused by tantrums she threw every night for one week.
- He shrugged - he's a very nonchalant man, unperturbed by tantrums and certainly not prone to them.
- When my son was younger and had a temper tantrum, I found the simplest methods were best.
- Some kids act up or throw tantrums, while some develop physical symptoms such as headaches or insomnia.
- I used to be big on temper tantrums as a child, and some skills are forever.
- We strolled around watching kiddies throw tantrums and people screaming on roller coasters.
- They have more temper tantrums and mood swings and refuse any kind of authority!
- Experts also say that it helps to reduce tantrums and improves the relationship between parents and their children.
- Let them know that their childish tantrums will get them nowhere.
- In fact, they describe him as an extremely driven character prone to mood swings and temper tantrums as much as euphoria.
- When he was two, my younger son had a set of tantrums that are etched in my mind.
- When he does not like what is happening, he either sulks or throws tantrums.
- I expected tantrums, but he took it well - exacting his revenge merely by giving me all my change in coins.
- He was known for his tantrums and fits, and his anger was usually known before he was.
- Fortunately the tantrum induced by this frustration made him sleepy and pretty soon he conked out.
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