Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Anger"

The meaning of "Anger" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does anger management mean?
A: It means when you can control and manage your anger to not lash out or go crazy when you get mad basically.
Q: What does more anger would have stirred up mean?
A: It means that the situation would’ve gotten worse and the people in that situation would be madder than they would’ve been before
Q: What does Look back in anger mean?
A: look back = thinking about the past

So it means you are angry at your past. "Don't look back in anger" means don't be angry when thinking about your past :)
Q: What does anger is mounting mean?
A: anger increases...
Q: What does You have to get on that, anger smacking or for attention is a frequent problem amongst siblings mean?
A: To "get on" is slang, it means that the person should focus or work on the issue/problem at hand in order to complete or improve the issue/problem.

Example sentences using "Anger"

Q: Please show me example sentences with out of anger and shame .
A: "Out of anger and shame" signifie que "anger and shame" sont le cause d'une réaction.
"Out of anger and shame, the man kicked the post"
"Out of anger and shame, she gave up"
"They decided to attack out of anger and shame"

Sorry for my bad French; I'm just trying to get in as much practice as possible. If anything sounds unnatural, please correct me, thanks!
Q: Please show me example sentences with anger.
A: I faced him with anger because he lied to me.
Anger is someone feels when they are angry.
I shouted with anger after the war.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in one's anger.
A: Bad decisions will be made in one's anger.

It was not learned that the irrational may seem rational in one's anger.

In one's anger, it is very possible for judgement to be clouded.

I'm sorry for the long sentences. It's a hard phrase. Luckily, it is rarely used.

Synonyms of "Anger" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between anger and ire ?
A: @AliceWay They’re both pretty much the same. Ire is much more uncommon, and usually you’ll only find it in books.
Q: What is the difference between She restrained her anger. and She controled her anger. ?
A: Restrained and controlled are synonyms for each other. They are basically the same.
Q: What is the difference between anger and indignation and rage ?
A: rage is a stronger form of anger, and indignation is unfair anger.
Q: What is the difference between anger and tolerance ?
A: Anger is the feeling of being mad or angry. If you have a small temper, you can be angered more easily, while a big temper means you can withstand irritating events. Tolerance, though, means the amount of irritation you can receive from something until it angers you. For example, if your little brother keeps annoying you, but you won't get angry, then you have a high tolerance to your little brother. If you are used to tasting gross things, you have a high tolerance to gross food. To tolerate something is to basically be fine with something.

Hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between anger and wrath ?
A: Irritation is used differently. "You're such an irritation"

^ you're so bothersome/you're such an annoyance

Wrath is used like
"You will see my wrath!"

You will see my anger sounds very funny and unnatural.

Anger is used like
"You shouldn't anger her"

"You'll see my wrath!" (Don't use this phrase so lightly though)

Translations of "Anger"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "She held the anger in for too long" what is this mean? 'in for'is future tense and held is past.
A: 여기 예문에서도 "in"이랑 "for"가 연결되어 있는 게 아니예요.
She(그녀는)/'s going in(들어가고 있다)/for(~를 위해서)/the cambridge first certificate(케임브리지 영어 능력시험).
아마 네이버 사전에서 "facing"이라는 뜻으로 나오는 이유는 "to be in for"이라는 구동사가 "맞이하게 되다"는 뜻이기 때문일걸요.
to be in for = 맞이하게 되다
to hold in = 참다
to go in = 들어가다
전치사가 나타날 때 진짜 전치사인지 아니면 구동사의 한 부분인지 구별해야 문장 뜻을 파악할 수 있어요. "She held the anger in for too long"이라는 문장에서는 "to hold in"은 구동사이고 "for"는 전치사이에요 (~동안). 똑같이 "She's going in for the cambridge first certificate"이라는 문장에서도 "to go in"은 구동사이고 "for"는 전치사예요 (~를 위해서). 근데 "You are in for a treat"이라는 문장에서는 "to be in for"는 구동사이고 전치사는 없어요. 그래서 영어를 배울 때 구동사를 알아보는 게 진짜 중요해요. 이건 네이버 사전에서 전치사를 검색하면 도움이 안 되는 경우가 많은 이유예요.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anger
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? anger
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what means " pen-up anger"
A: I think you mean "pent-up anger"

It's when you keep your anger in for a long time, it becomes harder and harder to control.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? anger
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Other questions about "Anger"

Q: "He is out of anger" is natural? It means " he is angry"?
A: “Out of anger” is a reason someone may do something, usually something bad. Example He threw a plate out of anger = he threw a plate because he was angry.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce Our anger and annoyance are more detrimental to us than the things themselves which anger or annoy us. Marcus Aurelius.
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Q: He looks anger. does this sound natural?
A: for your sentence, you would use “angry” instead of “anger”

“He looks angry.”
Q: Can you fix my "anger" email please?
- I came to here because since you lost your wife, you kept messaging me that you miss me and everyone. You made me feel sorry for you. You used to me like my real father, and you have my whole faith and love. I would've spend this holiday with my real family and friends if you just told me that you met someone online who from China and may want to get married. Because I don't even like your place. There's absolutely nothing to do here. People are grumpy, the weather suck, and I have no friend to hang out. So after this shit holiday, I will never come back to your place and you will never hear from me and see me again. Because you took a fake love, and lost lots of true loves. You can enjoy right now, but when come to an end, you might will be totally alone.
A: I came here because ever since you lost your wife, you kept messaging me that you miss me and everyone. You made me feel sorry for you. You used me like my real father, and you had my whole faith and love. I would've spent this holiday with my real family and friends if you would've just told me that you met someone online from China and you might want to get married with them. Because I don't even like your place. There's absolutely nothing to do there. People are grumpy, the weather sucks, and I have no friends to hang out with. So after this shit holiday, I will never come back to your place and you will never hear from me or see me again. Because you took fake love, and lost a lot of true love. You can enjoy right now, but when it comes to an end, you will probably be totally alone.
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And I don't mean to stay on the topic, but I'm sorry to hear about your situation. If it helps any, I'm sure you'll be a lot happier away from the person you're emailing.

P.S. your English is pretty good, I wish my Japanese was as good haha.
Q: That's weird. I didn't get your anger, and also I didn't get much angry from you after hours. I may a psycho for sure, but it's not bad for living easily. does this sound natural?
A: "That's weird. I don't get your anger, and also I don't get very angry because of you. I may be a psycho, but it's not bad living easily." Sounds better to me.

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