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Translation of "envy" - English-Spanish dictionary

envy

noun /ˈenvi/
a feeling of discontent at another’s good fortune or success
envidia
She could not conceal her envy of me / at my success.
enviable adjective (opposite unenviable) that is to be envied
envidiable
She spoke in public with enviable ease.
envious adjective feeling or showing envy
envidioso
I’m envious of her talents.
the envy of something envied by
objeto de envidia
Her piano-playing was the envy of her sisters.
Translations of “envy”
in Arabic حَسَد…
in Korean 부러움…
in Malaysian berasa iri hati…
in French jalousie…
in Turkish kıskançlık, gıpta, imrenme…
in Italian invidia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羡慕, 忌妒…
in Russian зависть…
in Polish zazdrość…
in Vietnamese sự thèm muốn…
in Portuguese inveja…
in Thai ความอิจฉา…
in German der Neid…
in Catalan enveja…
in Japanese うらやましさ…
in Indonesian iri hati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羡慕, 忌妒…
(Definition of envy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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