acrimonia


acrimonia
f.
1 acrimony (aspereza).
2 acridness, bitterness, acridity, acrimoniousness.
3 rancour, acrimony.
4 surliness, acrimony, asperity.
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acrimonia
nombre femenino
1 acrimony
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SF
1) (=olor) acridness, pungency; (=sabor) sharpness, sourness
2) (=desabrimiento) acrimony, bitterness
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femenino bitterness, acrimony
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= acrimony, pungency, bitterness.
Ex. However, by Spring 1897 Jones had resigned her post to escape an atmosphere of acrimony, where she had become the victim of sexual discrimination.
Ex. Suddenly, the smell struck his nostrils -- the pungency of processed corn syrup, as if the car had gone off the road and fallen into the neck of a gigantic bottle of syrup.
Ex. Love is the exact opposite of unforgiveness, envy, jealousy, hate, pride and bitterness.
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femenino bitterness, acrimony
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= acrimony, pungency, bitterness.

Ex: However, by Spring 1897 Jones had resigned her post to escape an atmosphere of acrimony, where she had become the victim of sexual discrimination.

Ex: Suddenly, the smell struck his nostrils -- the pungency of processed corn syrup, as if the car had gone off the road and fallen into the neck of a gigantic bottle of syrup.
Ex: Love is the exact opposite of unforgiveness, envy, jealousy, hate, pride and bitterness.

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acrimonia
feminine
bitterness, acrimony
respondió con acrimonia he replied bitterly o acrimoniously
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acrimonia nf
[aspereza] acrimony;
con acrimonia bitterly
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acrimonia
f fig
bitterness, acrimony
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acrimonia nf
1) : pungency
2) : acrimony

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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