tem·per·a·men·tal / ˌtemp(ə)rəˈmentl/ • adj. 1. (of a person) liable to unreasonable changes of mood. 2. of or relating to a person's temperament: they were firm friends in spite of temperamental differences. DERIVATIVES: tem·per·a·men·tal·ly adv.
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