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umbrage

noun [U]     /ˈʌm.brɪdʒ/ slightly formal
take umbrage
to feel upset or annoyed, usually because you feel that someone has been rude or shown no respect to you (通常因覺得受到無禮對待或未被尊重而)生氣,惱怒 You don't think she'll take umbrage if she isn't invited to the wedding, do you? 如果不請她出席婚禮,你認爲她不會見怪,是嗎? Becoming angry and expressing anger
(Definition of umbrage from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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