- Being overly difficult or cranky.
Listen to me, young lady. Don't get attitudinal with me.
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Attitudinal — At ti*tu di*nal, a. Relating to attitude. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
attitudinal — ● attitudinal, attitudinale, attitudinaux adjectif Qui concerne l attitude psychologique de quelqu un … Encyclopédie Universelle
attitudinal — 1831, from It. attitudine (see ATTITUDE (Cf. attitude)) + AL (Cf. al) (1) … Etymology dictionary
attitudinal — [[t]æ̱tɪtju͟ːdɪn(ə)l, AM tu͟ːd [/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n Attitudinal means related to people s attitudes and the way they look at their life. [FORMAL] Does such an attitudinal change reflect real experiences in daily life? … English dictionary
attitudinal — adjective Etymology: attitude + inal (as in aptitudinal, from Latin aptitudin , aptitudo) Date: 1831 relating to, based on, or expressive of personal attitudes or feelings < attitudinal judgment > • attitudinally adverb … New Collegiate Dictionary
attitudinal — Relating to a posture of the body; e.g., a. (statotonic) reflex. * * * at·ti·tu·di·nal .at ə t(y)üd nəl, ən əl adj relating to, based on, or expressive of personal attitudes or feelings <attitudinal responses of college students> … Medical dictionary
attitudinal — attitude ► NOUN 1) a settled way of thinking or feeling. 2) a posture of the body. 3) informal, chiefly N. Amer. self confident or aggressively uncooperative behaviour. DERIVATIVES attitudinal adjective. ORIGIN Italian attitudine fitness, posture … English terms dictionary
attitudinal — See attitude. * * * … Universalium
attitudinal — adjective expressive of or pertaining to attitude … Wiktionary
attitudinal — at|ti|tu|di|nal [ ,ætı tudınl ] adjective FORMAL relating to or affected by what someone feels about something … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English