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Translation of "regret" - English-Spanish dictionary

regret

verb   /rɪˈɡret/ ( present participle regretting, past tense and past participle regretted)
B1 to feel sorry about a situation, especially something that you wish you had not done lamentar, arrepentirse de If you don’t tell her the truth you’ll regret it later. I really regret leaving school so young.
formal used to say that you are sorry that you have to tell someone about a situation lamentar We regret that we cannot supply this information.
noun   /rɪˈɡret/
a feeling of sadness about a situation, especially something that you wish you had not done lamentación, arrepentimiento We married very young, but I’ve no regrets.
(Definition of regret from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

regret

verb /rəˈɡret/ ( past tense, past participle regretted)
to be sorry about lamentar I regret my foolish behaviour/behavior I regret that I missed the concert I regret missing the concert I regret to inform you that your application for the job was unsuccessful.
regretful adjective
feeling regret con pesar; con remordimiento She was speaking in a regretful tone.
regretfully adverb
with regret lamentablemente Regretfully, we have had to turn down your offer.
regrettable adjective
lamentable a regrettable mistake.
regrettably adverb
lamentablemente Regrettably, his grades are not good enough to pass the course.
regrettable is spelt with two ts.
(Definition of regret from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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