aggrieved Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “aggrieved” in the English Dictionary

"aggrieved" in British English

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aggrievedadjective

uk   us   /əˈɡriːvd/
unhappy and ​angry because of ​unfairtreatment: He ​felt aggrieved at not being ​chosen for the ​team. One aggrieved ​customercomplained that he still hadn't ​received the ​book he had ​ordered several ​weeks ago.
(Definition of aggrieved from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"aggrieved" in American English

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aggrievedadjective

 us   /əˈɡrivd/
unhappy, ​hurt, and ​angry because of ​unfairtreatment: Our ​hearts go out to the aggrieved ​families of the ​innocentvictims.
(Definition of aggrieved from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “aggrieved”
in Spanish ofendido, dolido, agraviado…
in Vietnamese buồn phiền…
in Malaysian sedih…
in Thai เศร้าโศก…
in French chagriné…
in German betrübt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感到委屈的, 愤愤不平的…
in Turkish üzüntülü, incinmiş, haksızlığa maruz kalmış…
in Russian оскорбленный…
in Indonesian tidak senang, bersedih hati…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感到委屈的, 憤憤不平的…
in Polish dotknięty…
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