[person] en colère
[mob, crowd] en colère
→ An angry mob gathered outside the courthouse.
[response, reaction, protest] furieux (-euse)
→ The letter provoked an angry response from the Trade Unions
[letter, exchange] vibrant (e) de colère
→ The protest was rowdy and belligerent involving angry exchanges with police officers.
→ sending angry letters to the newspapers
[face, voice] furieux (-euse)
He looks very angry. Il a l'air très en colère.
angry scenes, There were angry scenes outside the courthouse. Il y a eu des explosions de colère à l'extérieur du tribunal.
→ outside the court there were angry scenes as Ashley's grandfather shouted at his advocate
to be angry with sb être en colère contre qn
→ Are you angry with me?
Mum's really angry with you. Maman est vraiment en colère contre toi.
to be angry with sb for doing sth en vouloir à qn de faire qch
→ I was very angry with her for waiting until the last minute to give me her approval.
to be angry with o.s. être en colère contre soi-même
→ I was angry with myself because I knew I had done the wrong thing in putting myself in that position.
to be angry with o.s. for doing sth s'en vouloir de faire qch
→ He was angry with himself for being frightened.
→ They are angry with themselves for not realising that there was information that they should have seen.
to be angry about sth, to be angry at sth être furieux (-euse) de qch
→ I was angry about the rumours.
→ She had been very angry at this lie.
to get angry se fâcher, se mettre en colère
→ I just got angry and started shouting at her.
to get angry with sb se mettre en colère contre qn
→ Am I wrong to get angry with her?
→ He had every right to get angry with the official.
to get angry with o.s. se mettre en colère contre soi-même
→ If I think I've made a cock-up, I get angry with myself.
to make sb angry mettre qn en colère
→ That kind of thing makes me really angry.
to give sb an angry look lancer un regard furieux à qn