An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (bitter)
a. resentido
Kat was resentful of being excluded from her father's will.Kat estaba resentida porque su padre la había excluido del testamento.
b. de resentimiento
Jamie just looked at his brother with a resentful expression and said nothing.Jamie se limitó a mirar a su hermano con cara de resentimiento, sin decir nada.
2. (envious)
a. celoso
I must admit that I feel resentful of your good fortune.Debo admitir que estoy celosa de tu buena suerte.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. resentido(a)
to be or feel resentfulestar resentido(a)
resentful [rɪˈzentfʊl]
[+person] resentido; [+tone] resentido; de resentimiento; [+look, air] de resentimiento
he watched them, envious and resentful los observaba, con envidia y resentimiento; to be or feel resentful about/at sth estar resentido por algo; he felt resentful about his dismissal estaba resentido porque lo habían despedido; he was resentful at the way he had been treated estaba resentido por la forma en que lo habían tratado; to be or feel resentful of sb: she was resentful of her sister, who was cleverer than her tenía celos de su hermana, que era más inteligente que ella
he was resentful of his ex-wife for her rejection of him
to be resentful of sb's success tener envidia del éxito de algn; he still felt resentful towards her because she had rejected him todavía estaba resentido con ella porque lo había rechazado
I felt resentful about having to see him again so soon. he is still resentful about it
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