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Translation of "bitter" - English-Russian dictionary

bitter

adjective     /ˈbɪtər/
ANGRY
B2 angry and upset because of something bad which has happened that you cannot forget разочарованный, обиженный I feel very bitter about my childhood.Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
HATE
B2 full of hate or anger злой, ожесточенный a bitter argument/disputeAngry and displeasedBad-tempered
SOUR
B1 having a strong, sour, usually unpleasant taste горький Flavours and tastesNot pleasant to eat or drink
COLD
B2 extremely cold резкий a bitter windColdSnow and ice
to/until the bitter end
until something is completely finished, usually something unpleasant до самого конца He was determined to stay right to the bitter end.Causing something to endComing to an end
DISAPPOINTED
B2 making you feel very disappointed горький Losing the championship was a bitter disappointment.Disappointing yourself and others
bitterness noun [U]
горечь
(Definition of bitter adjective from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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