1.blow up 生气
A: Connie's husband blew up when she didn't，back home last night.
B: Did she have a quarrel with him?
2.Crazy a. 发疯的，发狂的
A: It really dries me crazy if I have to wait ages to he served in a shop.
B: Yes, that's really maddening.
3.damned a. 该死的，该咒的
A: How did you hurt your toe?
B: Some damned fool had left pieces of wood lying about. I kept on tripping over them.
4.exasperating a. 使人恼怒的
A: Your habit's really exasperating! Why don't you get rid of it?
B: I just prefer reading in bed.
5.furious a. 狂怒的
A: I get furious when someone interrupts me.
B: Yes, that sort of thing can he annoying, but you shouldn't let it upset you.
6.fury n. 狂怒(的人)
A: Why did the secretary leave the office in a fury?
B: The boss fired her.
7.throw/have a tantrum 愤怒，发脾气
A: What was going on in the classroom?
B: The teacher threw a tantrum in class because no kid could answer the question.
8.hot-tempered a. 暴躁的，易怒的
A: John's hot-tempered. No one likes to work with him.
B: But he's a workaholic.
9.hot under the collar 发怒的，气恼的
A:Don't play jokes on him. He may get hot under the collar.
B: Thank you for your advice.
10.in anger 愤怒地
A: Don't do something in anger.
B: Yeah. You might regret it later.
11.indignant a. 愤怒的
A: What does the captain think of our suggestion that we should have a few days off?
B: He's indignant about it.
12.infuriate v. 激怒
A: Some people are seldom punctual. It really infuriates me.
B: Yes, that can be infuriating, but you shouldn't let it bother you.
13.irritating a. 使愤怒的，气人的
A: I wonder why your neighbor has his radio turned up so loud.
B: It's like this every night. It's really irritating, but you'll get used to it soon.
14.make sb.'s blood boil 使某人十分气愤
A: The way they treat beggars really makes my blood boil.
B: You seem to sympathize with the poor.
15.outrage n./v. 愤怒
A: Why are those people shouting ire front of the court?
B: They are outraged at the idea of the murderer being released.
16.pissed a. 厌烦的，恼火的
A: The manager's pissed at us.
B: But we haven't done anything to offend him.
17.see red 气愤，生气，愤怒
A: Why did you accuse that man?
B: The way he treated his adopted child just made me see red.
18.tick off 使生气。使恼火
A: Her rudeness really ticked me off.
B: Her parents should have told her to mind her manners.