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bitch·y

 (bĭch′ē)
adj. bitch·i·er, bitch·i·est Slang
1. Mean, spiteful, or overbearing.
2. In a bad mood; irritable or cranky.

bitch′i·ly adv.
bitch′i·ness n.

bitchy

(ˈbɪtʃɪ)
adj, bitchier or bitchiest
informal characteristic of or behaving like a bitch; malicious; snide: a bitchy put-down.
ˈbitchily adv
ˈbitchiness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bitchy - marked by or arising from malice; "a catty remark"
malicious - having the nature of or resulting from malice; "malicious gossip"; "took malicious pleasure in...watching me wince"- Rudyard Kipling

bitchy

adjective (Informal) spiteful, mean, nasty, cruel, vicious, malicious, barbed, vindictive, malevolent, venomous, snide, rancorous, catty (informal), backbiting, shrewish, ill-natured, vixenish Women are not the only ones who say bitchy things about each other.
kindly, nice, generous, charitable, gracious, magnanimous

bitchy

adjective
Slang. Characterized by intense ill will or spite:
Translations
مُضايَقٌ في الكلام
jedovatýzlý
spydig
tíkarlegur; andstyggilegur
hainkancıksivri dilli

bitchy

[ˈbɪtʃɪ] ADJ (bitchier (compar) (bitchiest (superl))) [person] → malicioso; [remark] → malintencionado, de mala leche (Sp)
to be bitchy to sbser malicioso con algn
that was a bitchy thing to doeso fue una puñalada trapera, eso fue una guarrada (Sp)

bitchy

[ˈbɪtʃi] adj (= catty) [person, remark] → vache

bitchy

adj (+er) (inf) womangehässig, gemein; remark alsobissig; that was a bitchy thing to do/saydas war gehässig or gemein; he started getting bitchy (about her)er fing an, bissige or gehässige Bemerkungen (über sie) zu machen

bitchy

[ˈbɪtʃɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → maligno/a
a bitchy remark → una cattiveria

bitch

(bitʃ) noun
1. the female of the dog, wolf or fox.
2. a (bad-tempered or unpleasant) woman.
son of a bitch noun, interjection
(slang) an annoying and nasty person; an unpleasant task. The son of a bitch tried to cheat me!
ˈbitchy adjective
(usually of women) fond of making unpleasant comments about people. She is sometimes very bitchy about her colleagues.
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