begrudge

US [bɪˈɡrʌdʒ]
UK [bɪ'ɡrʌdʒ]
  • v.嫉妒;对(某人所享有的)感到不满;勉强做;不乐意地做(或付出)
  • Web羡慕;舍不得给;吝啬
Simple Present:begrudges  Present Participle:begrudging  Past Tense:begrudged  
begrudge
v.
1.
嫉妒;对(某人所享有的)感到不满to feel unhappy that sb has sth because you do not think that they deserve it
You surely don't begrudge him his happiness.
你该不是嫉妒他的幸福吧。
I don't begrudge her being so successful.
我并没有因她如此成功而怏怏不乐。
2.
勉强做;不乐意地做(或付出)to feel unhappy about having to do, pay or give sth
I begrudge every second I spent trying to help him.
我为了帮助他而花掉的每一秒钟都令我不痛快。
They begrudge paying so much money for a second-rate service.
花这么多的钱,却得到二流的服务,这使他们十分不快。

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