Lose one’s temper:”kireru” Japanese Phrase #335


Lose one’s temper:“kireru” Japanese Phrase #335

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Lose one’s temper / 愤怒。 / 이성을 잃다. / Nổi cáu

When you want to describe “to get very angry and fly into a rage”, you would be able to use “キレる。(kireru)” which means “Lose one’s temper”. Everybody could use this in daily conversations as polite and “キレます。(kire masu)” is used as polite and “おこります。(okori masu)” can be used as formal.

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Sample 1


レイがまたおくれたんだ。 (Rei was late again.) (莲又迟到了。) (레이가 또 늦었구나.) (Ray lại tới trễ nữa rồi.) (Rei ga mata okureta nda.)


ホントに? (Are you serious?) (真的吗?) (정말?) (Thật sao?) (honto ni?)


うん。昨日きのうキレそうになったよ。 (Yeah. I almost lost my temper yesterday.) (嗯,他昨天差点暴走。) (응. 어제는 속이 뒤집어지는 줄 알았어요.) (Ừ. Hôm qua tớ đã gần như nổi cáu với cậu ấy rồi đấy.) (un. kinō wa kire sō ni natta yo.)

Sample 2


ねえ、あの人見ひとみて!キレてるよ。 (Hey, look at that guy! He’s losing his temper.) (哎!你快看那个人。他看起来很生气的样子。) (저기, 저 사람 좀 봐! 씩씩거리고 있어.) (Này, nhìn người đó đi! Đang rất nóng giận đấy.) (nē, ano hito mite! kire teru yo.)


ほんとだ。どうしたんだろう? (Right. I wonder what happened?) (真的耶。发生什麽事了?) (정말이네. 왜 그럴까?) (Đúng thế thật. Có chuyện gì vậy nhỉ?) (hontoda. dō shita n darou?)

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