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Translation of "bitterly" - English-Spanish dictionary

bitterly

adverb   /ˈbɪt.ə.li/
in a way that shows strong negative emotion such as anger or disappointment amargamente, con amargura She wept bitterly at the news. He was bitterly disappointed not to get the job.1245
bitterly cold
extremely and unpleasantly cold muy frío 1518
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