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grudge

US [ɡrʌdʒ]
UK [ɡrʌdʒ]
  • n.怨恨;积怨;嫌隙
  • v.勉强做;不情愿地给;吝惜;认为…不应得到
  • Web不愿给;妒忌;舍不得
Simple Present:grudges  Present Participle:grudging  Past Tense:grudged  
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n.
1.
~ (against sb)
积怨;怨恨;嫌隙a feeling of anger or dislike towards sb because of sth bad they have done to you in the past
I bear him no grudge .
我对他不怀任何积怨。
He has a grudge against the world.
他对社会心存不满。
I don't hold any grudges now.
我现在没有任何怨恨。
He's a man with a grudge.
他是一个心怀怨恨的人。
England beat New Zealand in a grudge match(= a match where there is strong dislike between the teams) .
英格兰队在一场势不两立的比赛中打败了新西兰队。
v.
1.
勉强做;不情愿地给;吝惜to do or give sth unwillingly
I grudge having to pay so much tax.
得付这么多的税,我很不情愿。
He grudges the time he spends travelling to work.
他不情愿上班花这么多时间在路上。
2.
~ sb sth
认为…不应得到to think that sb does not deserve to have sth
You surely don't grudge her her success?
她获得成功,你没有不以为然吧?

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