Note in Hebrew, this is a [stative] verb (angering? the being of angry), in English it's an adjective.
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I thought it was ok but everyone thinks I talk too quickly too!, btw. It's "audiblel. Good day!
thanks,you had answered in advance.I didn't know where this word belongs to.
Angering as in, himself, or someone else? Because you said that it is a verb. But is it a reflexive one? הוא כועס he is (angering himself/angry)?
I edited the first comment to make it more exact. It's not a reflexive verb, but a stative verb. Angering as in "being angry". It's not a real English verb. At least, modern English, as much as I'm familiar with it.
The actual verb "to anger" is in בניין הפעיל, the infinitive is להכעיס. It's transitive.