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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “grievance”

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
(Definition of grievance from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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