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dan·der 1

 (dăn′dər)
n. Informal
Temper or anger: What got their dander up?

[Perhaps alteration of dunder, fermented cane juice used in rum-making, fermentation, possibly alteration of Spanish redundar, to overflow, from Latin redundāre; see redundant.]

dan·der 2

 (dăn′dər)
n.
Scurf from the coat or feathers of various animals, often of an allergenic nature.

[Alteration of dandruff.]

dander

(ˈdændə)
n
1. (Zoology) small particles or scales of hair or feathers
2. get one's dander up get someone's dander up informal to become or to cause someone to become annoyed or angry
[C19: changed from dandruff]

dander

(ˈdændə; Scottish ˈdændər)
n
a stroll
vb
(intr) to stroll
[C19: of unknown origin]

dan•der

(ˈdæn dər)

n.
1. loose scales formed on the skin and shed from the coat or feathers of various animals.
2. Informal. anger; temper: Don't get your dander up.
[1825–35; alter. of dandruff]

dander


Past participle: dandered
Gerund: dandering

Imperative
dander
dander
Present
I dander
you dander
he/she/it danders
we dander
you dander
they dander
Preterite
I dandered
you dandered
he/she/it dandered
we dandered
you dandered
they dandered
Present Continuous
I am dandering
you are dandering
he/she/it is dandering
we are dandering
you are dandering
they are dandering
Present Perfect
I have dandered
you have dandered
he/she/it has dandered
we have dandered
you have dandered
they have dandered
Past Continuous
I was dandering
you were dandering
he/she/it was dandering
we were dandering
you were dandering
they were dandering
Past Perfect
I had dandered
you had dandered
he/she/it had dandered
we had dandered
you had dandered
they had dandered
Future
I will dander
you will dander
he/she/it will dander
we will dander
you will dander
they will dander
Future Perfect
I will have dandered
you will have dandered
he/she/it will have dandered
we will have dandered
you will have dandered
they will have dandered
Future Continuous
I will be dandering
you will be dandering
he/she/it will be dandering
we will be dandering
you will be dandering
they will be dandering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dandering
you have been dandering
he/she/it has been dandering
we have been dandering
you have been dandering
they have been dandering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dandering
you will have been dandering
he/she/it will have been dandering
we will have been dandering
you will have been dandering
they will have been dandering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dandering
you had been dandering
he/she/it had been dandering
we had been dandering
you had been dandering
they had been dandering
Conditional
I would dander
you would dander
he/she/it would dander
we would dander
you would dander
they would dander
Past Conditional
I would have dandered
you would have dandered
he/she/it would have dandered
we would have dandered
you would have dandered
they would have dandered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dander - small scales from animal skins or hair or bird feathers that can cause allergic reactions in some people
exfoliation, scurf, scale - a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin
2.dander - a feeling of anger and animositydander - a feeling of anger and animosity; "having one's hackles or dander up"
anger, ire, choler - a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance

dander

noun
Informal. A tendency to become angry or irritable:
Slang: short fuse.
Idiom: low boiling point.
Translations

dander

[ˈdændəʳ] N to get sb's dander up (o.f.) → sacar a algn de sus casillas

dander

n (inf) to get somebody’s dander upjdn auf die Palme bringen (inf); to get one’s dander upseine or die Borsten aufstellen (inf)

dander

n caspa (de los animales)