The Chinese word 脾气 refers to a person’s temperament or disposition. It can be used to describe someone’s emotional tendencies, such as being hot-headed, quick-tempered, or moody. It can also refer to someone’s general personality traits, such as being easy-going, stubborn, or sensitive. This word is commonly used in everyday conversations and is an important aspect of understanding Chinese culture and social interactions.
Noun: temperament, temper
|他的脾气很暴躁||tā de píqì hěn bàozào||His temper is very irritable|
|她的脾气很好，从不发脾气||tā de píqì hěn hǎo, cóng bù fā píqì||Her temper is very good and she never loses her temper|
|我的父亲脾气很古怪，时而好，时而坏||wǒ de fùqīn píqì hěn gǔguài, shí’érbù hǎo, shí’érbù huài||My father’s temper is very strange, sometimes good, sometimes bad|
|他的脾气很冷静，从不轻易发火||tā de píqì hěn lěngjìng, cóng bù qīngyì fāhuǒ||His temper is very calm and he never gets angry easily|
|她的脾气很温和，总是能够理解别人||tā de píqì hěn wēnhé, zǒng shì nénggòu lǐjiě biérén||Her temper is very gentle and she always understands others|
|我的儿子脾气很倔强，不爱听别人的话||wǒ de érzi píqì hěn juéjiàng, bù ài tīng biérén de huà||My son’s temper is very stubborn and he doesn’t like to listen to others|