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German translation of “bitter”

bitter

adjective /ˈbitə/
having a sharp, acid taste like lemons etc, and sometimes unpleasant
bitter
a bitter orange.
full of pain or sorrow
bitter
She learned from bitter experience He felt bitter disappointment at not being chosen for the team.
full of hatred or opposition, hostile
bitter
The two men were bitter enemies.
very cold
bitterkalt
a bitter wind.
bitterness noun
verbittert
bitterly adverb
bitter
He was bitterly disappointed at not passing the test bitterly cold.
bittergourd noun a long, fleshy, bitter-tasting fruit usually used as a vegetable.
der Bitterkürbis
bitumen /ˈbitjumin/ noun a black, sticky substance obtained from petroleum.
das Bitumen
bituminous /-ˈtjuːmi-/ adjective
bituminös
(Definition of bitter from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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