WORD OF THE WEEK | HANGRY

Introducing our “word of the week” 

We will share a series of words that you SHOULD know if you are learning English! 

This week:  

HANGRY 

(slang, informal) 

Adjective

PRONOUNCED 

[ hang-gree ]

MEANING: 

feeling irritable or irrationally angry as a result of being hungry.

The word hangry is made up of the two words hungry and angry to describe the annoyance one feels when one is hungry.

EXAMPLES:

“Sorry I shouted at you, I forgot to have breakfast so now I’m hangry”

“If we don’t have lunch soon the kids will get hangry” 

HOMEWORK FOR THE WEEKEND:

Write us a comment on Instagram using the word “hangry” 🙂

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