Agro/いらだち

Agro

Australian English

To be angry, aggressive or aggravated, often after being provoked. It can also be used to describe a fight.

日本語

いらだち。腹が立てる。アグレッシブ。けんか。

Plain English

1) Aggressive, aggravated, angry, mad, frustrated.

2) A fight.

豪語日本語米・英語
Wouldn’t go too close to Jacko today, mate.”
“Why not?
“Looks like he’s feeling a bit agro.”
「今日は、ジャッコを近づかない方がいいよ。」
「なんで?」
「結構腹が立てる見たいよ」
“I’d stay away from Jacko today.”
“Why?’
“He looks like he’s a bit mad.”
My mate got a blood nose after getting caught up in some agro.友達がけんかに巻き込まれ、鼻血がでたよ。My friend got a bloody nose after being caught up in a fight.

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