Bedeutung von “regret” — Learner’s Dictionary

regret

verb [ T ] us uk /rɪˈɡret/ present participle regretting, past tense and past participle regretted
BAD DECISION

B1 to feel sorry about a situation, especially something that you wish you had not done:

If you don't tell her the truth you'll regret it later.
[ + doing sth ] I really regret leaving school so young.
[ + (that) ] He began to regret that he hadn't paid more attention in class.

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SORRY TO SAY formal

B2 used to say that you are sorry that you have to tell someone about a situation:

[ + to do sth ] We regret to inform you that the application has been refused.
[ + (that) ] The council regrets that the money is no longer available.

(Definition von “regret verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)