grudge - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "grudge" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

grudge / недовольство, недоброжелательство, зависть
имя существительное
discontent, dissatisfaction, displeasure, complaint, grudge, disaffection
grudge, spite, jaundice
envy, jealousy, grudge, jaundice, spite, heartburning
spare, pity, be sorry, grudge
envy, be envious, begrudge, grudge, covet
испытывать недоброе чувство
имя существительное
a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment resulting from a past insult or injury.
she held a grudge against her former boss
be resentfully unwilling to give, grant, or allow (something).
he grudged the work and time that the meeting involved
But while he peppered his press conferences with the odd spell of self-flagellation, claiming he was being selfish, few will grudge him his opportunity.
she held a grudge against her former boss
Miss Ironside seems to have had some grudge against her
We wouldn't grudge judicial quickness in headline-grabbing cases if it weren't for the appalling figures our justice system throws up again and again.
For example, one might carry a grudge or feelings of guilt for years.
He held a grudge against me, and so he made up lies to slander me.
I didn't grudge him the time with his boyfriend, because he was so damn happy.
Sources later explained that he was thought to be harbouring a grudge against the Prime Minister.
A simple man, Ramesh does not grudge cricketers getting all mileage.
But this is your last chance to preach to me, so I wouldn't grudge you the taking advantage of it.