resent
transitive verb
1. (to be bothered by) 
She resented the condescending tone that her uncle used when he spoke to her.Se sintió molesta por el tono condescendiente que usaba su tío al hablarle.
The students resent the fact that the administration didn't consult them before changing the class schedule.Los alumnos se sienten molestos que la administración no los consultara antes de cambiar el horario de clases.
b. molestar 
She resented always being excluded from important decisions.Le molestaba que siempre la excluyeran de las decisiones importantes.
The failed musician resented the success of his son.El músico fracasado tenía celos del éxito de su hijo.
resent
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. sentirse molesto(a) por 
I resent his interferenceme parece mal que se entrometa
I resent being treated like an idiotme molesta que me traten como a un imbécil
I resent that!¡eso no me parece nada bien!
they obviously resented my presenceevidentemente, les molestaba mi presencia
resent [rɪˈzent]
transitive verb
I resent that! ¡me molesta or me ofende que digas eso!; he resents my being here le molesta que esté aquí; I resent your tone encuentro tu tono ofensivo; he resented my promotion le molestaba que me hubiesen ascendido; he resents having lost his job no lleva bien lo de haber perdido el trabajo; le amarga haber perdido el trabajo; he resented the fact that I married her le molestaba que me hubiese casado con ella; she resents having to look after her mother le amarga tener que cuidar de su madre; I resented him because he was her favourite tenía celos de él porque era su preferido
he resents his brother, who is much more successful than him
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