1. (with envy) 
Derek jealously eyed his brother's brand new tennis shoes.Derek observó con envidia los tenis nuevecitos de su hermano.
2. (possessively) 
Ashley jealously inserts herself into any conversation that her boyfriend chances to have with another woman.Ashley se mete celosamente en cualquier conversación que su novio pueda tener con otra mujer.
1. (enviously) 
a. con envidia 
2. (possessively) 
a. celosamente 
a jealously guarded secretun secreto celosamente guardado
jealously [ˈdʒeləslɪ]
1 (enviously) con envidia
he was jealously watching the skaters observaba a los patinadores con envidia
2 (protectively) celosamente
she jealously guards her family's privacy guarda celosamente la intimidad de su familia; she's jealously possessive of him es celosa y posesiva con él
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