Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc. intransitive verb phrase
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
a. to feel resentful
Soy psiquiatra, y muchas de las personas a las que trato están resentidas con sus padres.I'm a psychiatrist, and many of the people I treat feel resentful towards their parents.
b. to be resentful
A pesar de que ha tenido una vida muy difícil, no está resentida.Despite having had a very hard life, she's not resentful.
c. to feel bitter
No estoy resentido, pero sí triste de ver lo poco que te importo.I don't feel bitter, but I feel sad to see how little you care about me.
d. to be bitter
Está resentido porque tuvo que ponerse a trabajar con 16 años y no pudo ir a la universidad.He's bitter because he had to start working at 16 and couldn't go to college.
e. to be upset
¿Crees que María está resentida con nosotros porque no la invitamos a nuestra boda?Do you think Maria is upset with us because we didn't invite her to our wedding?
f. to be hurt
Creo que papá está un poco resentido porque no fuimos a verle el día de su cumpleaños.I think dad is a bit hurt because we didn't go to see him on his birthday.
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