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temperamental

  
   adj  
a    temperamentvoll, launenhaft pej     
temperamental outburst      Temperamentsausbruch    m     
b    [machine, car]   launisch hum     
to be temperamental      Mucken haben inf  , launisch sein hum     
c    (=caused by temperament)   [inability, unsuitability]   veranlagungsmäßig  
[laziness etc]   angeboren
Translation English - German Collins Dictionary  
temperamental outburst exp.
Temperamentsausbruch

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exp.
Mucken haben ; launisch sein
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'temperamental' also found in translations in German-English dictionary
exp.
to be temperamental ; to be difficult ; to be dangerous {or} treacherous
exp.
to be moody ; to be temperamental ; to be in one of one's moods ; to play up
seine Mucken haben
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"temperamental": examples and translations in context
You know how temperamental servants are these days. Du weißt doch, wie temperamentvoll Bedienstete in diesen Tagen sind.
Defiant, ill-mannered, and a little temperamental. Trotzig, ungezogen und ein wenig temperamentvoll.
No wonder Wynonna's so temperamental. Kein Wunder, dass Wynonna so launisch ist.
Anyway, I'm glad he's temperamental. Gut, dass er launisch ist.
Moody, temperamental, and almost no sense of humor. Launisch, reizbar, und fast kein Sinn für Humor.
Look out, the chef is very temperamental. Vorsicht, die Köchin ist sehr reizbar.
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