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8 months ago

Barbara R. Cochran, MFA  See profile asked this question:

Language pair:

Spanish > English



Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

muy enfadado algo


—Olaf, si no te importa ¿podrías volver mañana? Creo que es mejor que hable con Marianus y cuando vuelvas hablaremos sobre los detalles… — el joven miraba al fraile muy enfadado algo y ella pensó que no se iría, pero lo hizo.

Olaf is a young man who wants to get married in the worst way to the woman who is doing the talking, Marianus is a friar who doesn't want her to get married to the brute.



The answer of exegete  See profile was rated best

very angry/upset(*) for some reason

My comment:

enfadado POR algo = upset about something

enfadado algo = upset/angry for some reason

My references: :

"in some way (adv) (= **somehow**):

por alguna razón
de algún modo
en cierto sentido

=> "somehow": :

"somehow (ADV):
1. (=by some means) de algún modo, de alguna manera
2. (=**for some reason**) por alguna razón" :

(*) "enfadado adj (= disgustado, malhumorado): ***angry, furious, upset; annoyed, bothered***" according to your context.