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indignant

adjective uk   /ɪnˈdɪɡ.nənt/ us  
angry because of something that is wrong or not fair: She wrote an indignant letter to the paper complaining about the council's action. He became very indignant when it was suggested he had made a mistake.
indignantly
adverb uk   /-li/ us  
"I said no such thing!" she cried indignantly.
Translations of “indignant”
in Korean 분개하는…
in Arabic ساخِط, ناقِم…
in French indigné…
in Turkish öfkeli, içerlemiş, kızgın…
in Italian indignato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 憤怒的,憤慨的…
in Russian возмущенный, негодующий…
in Polish oburzony…
in Spanish indignado…
in Portuguese indignado…
in German entrüstet…
in Catalan indignat…
in Japanese 憤慨した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愤怒的,愤慨的…
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