- IPA: /ˈtæntɹəm/
tantrum (plural tantrums)
- An often childish display or fit of bad temper.
- Many parents become embarrassed by their children throwing tantrums in public places.
- Baby Shawn threw a tantrum when he was told the bicycle was not his.
- French: accès de colère, caprice
- German: Wutanfall, Ausraster, Tobsuchtsanfall
- Italian: bizza, capriccio
- Portuguese: birra, chilique, piti
- Russian: исте́рика
- Spanish: rabieta, berrinche, pataleta, cortón, corajina, ataque de rabia
tantrum (tantrums, present participle tantruming; past and past participle tantrumed)
- (intransitive) To throw a tantrum.