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Spanish translation of “sorry”

sorry

adjective /ˈsori/
used when apologizing or expressing regret
lo siento
I’m sorry (that) I forgot to return your book Did I give you a fright? I’m sorry.
apologetic or full of regret
triste, arrepentido, desolado
I think he’s really sorry for his bad behaviour/behavior I’m sure you were sorry to hear about his death.
unsatisfactory; poor; wretched
lamentable
a sorry state of affairs.
be/feel sorry for to pity
sentir, lamentar
I’m / I feel really sorry for that poor woman.
(Definition of sorry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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