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grievance

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈɡriː.vənts/
a complaint or a strong feeling that you have been treated unfairly
不平;委屈;不滿;抱怨;牢騷
A special committee has been appointed to handle prisoners' grievances.
已經指派一個特別委員會去處理犯人的不滿情緒。
Bill still harbours/nurses a grievance against his employers for not promoting him.
因為沒有得到提升,比爾對他的僱主仍然心懷不滿。
The small amount of compensation is a further source of grievance to the people forced to leave their homes.
被迫離開家園的人們僅獲得很少的補償,這成為激起他們不滿的另一誘因。
Complaining
Translations of “grievance”
in Vietnamese lời kêu ca phàn nàn…
in Spanish queja, reivindicación…
in Thai ความคับข้องใจ…
in Malaysian rungutan…
in French grief…
in German die Beschwerde…
in Indonesian alasan keluhan…
in Russian жалоба, недовольство…
in Turkish yakınma, dövünme, şikâyet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不平, 委屈, 不满…
in Polish pretensja, skarga…
(Definition of grievance from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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