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adj. annoyed, irritated, vexed, angry
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What is the difference between 恼火 and 生气 (nèi huǒ and shēng qì)?
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恼火 (nèi huǒ) and 生气 (shēng qì) both mean "annoyed, irritated, vexed, angry". However, 恼火 (nèi huǒ) is a milder form of anger, usually used to describe a feeling of annoyance or irritation. It is often used to describe a feeling of being slightly annoyed or irritated, but not to the point of being angry. 生气 (shēng qì) is a stronger form of anger, usually used to describe a feeling of being very angry or furious. It is often used to describe a feeling of being very angry or furious, to the point of wanting to take action.
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