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Translation of "regret" - English-Turkish dictionary

regret

noun [C, U]     /rɪˈɡret/
B2 a feeling of sadness about a situation, especially something that you wish you had not done pişmanlık, kişinin yaptığından dolayı duyduğu üzüntü We married very young but we've been really happy and I've no regrets. It is with great regret that I announce Steve Adam's resignation.Sadness and regret
regretful adjective
expressing regret pişman, pişman olmuş, üzüntülü Sadness and regret
regretfully adverb
pişmanlıkla
Translations of “regret”
in Korean 후회…
in Arabic نَدَم…
in Portuguese arrependimento…
in Catalan penediment, remordiment…
in Japanese 後悔, 悔恨…
in Italian rimpianto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 懊悔,遺憾, 惋惜, 痛惜…
in Russian сожаление…
in Chinese (Simplified) 懊悔,遗憾, 惋惜, 痛惜…
in Polish żal…
(Definition of regret noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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