We can say, angry with/ at someone. Is angry towards someone correct? For example, I'm very angry with my friend, Mara. Can I say: I'm very angry towards Mara?

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    It's possible,but I don't know the difference in meaning.
    – user178049
    May 28 '17 at 9:26
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    In "I'm very angry towards Mara?" you are saying that your anger is going in the direction of Mara. It is not wrong, but certainly a more passive construction than saying "I'm very angry with my friend, Mara".
    – user3169
    May 28 '17 at 17:10

I wouldn't say it is wrong, but it sounds odd. If you want to indicate a direction for your anger, "at" sounds more natural:

I am very angry at Mara.

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