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That temper of yours is going to get you into trouble.
She should never have married a man with such a violent temper.
He's not a bad boss, but he has a short temper.
Andrew has not yet learned to control his temper.
Tempers flared and things began to get out of control.
It was a difficult meeting and tempers got a bit frayed.
When Mark turned up he was in a foul temper.
He seems to be in a good temper.
He doesn't mean what he says when he's in a temper.
When she refused to help, he flew into a temper.
He stormed out of the room in a fit of temper.
As a small child he had had violent temper tantrums.
This is the British English definition of temper. View American English definition of temper.
the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge