regret

listen to the pronunciation of regret
Englisch - Türkisch
pişmanlık

Tom'un çok sayıda pişmanlıkları var. - Tom has many regrets.

Tom gece geç saatlerde verdiği karardan pişmanlık duyuyor. - Tom regrets the decision he made late last night.

{i} vicdan azabı
{i} üzüntü

Olaydan duyduğu üzüntüyü ifade etti. - He expressed regret over the affair.

O ciddi bir hata üzerinde üzüntüsünü gösterdi - She showed her regret over the serious mistake.

{i} esef
{f} hayıflanmak
{f} hasret olmak
{f} teessüf etmek
{f} üzülmek
esefle karşılamak
aramak
{f} üzül

Onunla karşılaşma yoksa üzülürsün. - Don't cross him or you'll regret it.

O, bu kayba son derece üzüldü. - He deeply regretted this loss.

gözünde tütmek
özlemini çekmek
suçluluk duymak
{f} pişmanlık duymak: She regrets having sold her home. Evini sattığına pişman
{f} esef etmek
{f} müteessir olmak
-e üzülmek
kederlenmek
regretful
pişman

O, gidemediğine pişman. - He is regretful that he couldn't go.

regret for
pişmanlık için
repentance, regret
tövbe, pişmanlık
feel regret for
yerinmek
felt regret
vicdan azabı duymak
express regret
üzüntüsünü bildirmek
much to my regret
maalesef
much to my regret
üzülerek söyliyeyim
live to regret sth
canlı sth pişman
much to my regret
üzülerek söyliyeyim, maalesef, kusura bakmayın
to live to regret sth.
sth pişman yaşamak
to regret
üzüntü vermek
to regret
pişman etmek
to regret sth. profoundly
sth pişman. derinden
regretful
{s} müteessir
regretful
{s} üzgün
regretful
{s} üzüntülü
regretfully
üzüntülü bir şekilde
regretfully
esefle
regretfulness
üzüntü
regretter
üzülen kimse
to one's regret
teessürüne rağmen
with regret
maalesef
Englisch - Englisch
The instance of such an emotion
To feel sorry about (a thing that has happened), afterthink: to wish that a thing had not happened, that something else had happened instead

He regretted his words.

To feel sorry about (any thing)

I regret that I have to do this, but I don't have a choice.

To feel sorry about some past thing, wishing it had not happened, but something else instead
decline formally or politely; "I regret I can't come to the party"
{n} grief, sorrow, vexation, dislike
Regret is a feeling of sadness or disappointment, which is caused by something that has happened or something that you have done or not done. Lillee said he had no regrets about retiring
If someone expresses regret about something, they say that they are sorry about it. He expressed great regret and said that surgeons would attempt to reverse the operation She has accepted his resignation with regret
sadness associated with some wrong done or some disappointment; "he drank to drown his sorrows"; "he wrote a note expressing his regret"; "to his rue, the error cost him the game"
Pain of mind on account of something done or experienced in the past, with a wish that it had been different; a looking back with dissatisfaction or with longing; grief; sorrow; especially, a mourning on account of the loss of some joy, advantage, or satisfaction
{i} sorrow, remorse, anguish
feel remorse for; feel sorry for; be contrite about
feel sad about the loss or absence of
{f} feel sorrow, feel remorseful, rue
Dislike; aversion
If you regret something that you have done, you wish that you had not done it. I simply gave in to him, and I've regretted it ever since Ellis seemed to be regretting that he had asked the question Five years later she regrets having given up her home
be sorry; "I regret to say that you did not gain admission to Harvard"
be sorry; "I regret to say that you did not gain admission to Harvard" decline formally or politely; "I regret I can't come to the party" feel sad about the loss or absence of
politeness You can say that you regret something as a polite way of saying that you are sorry about it. You use expressions such as I regret to say or I regret to inform you to show that you are sorry about something. `I very much regret the injuries he sustained,' he said I regret that the United States has added its voice to such protests Her lack of co-operation is nothing new, I regret to say
To experience regret on account of; to lose or miss with a sense of regret; to feel sorrow or dissatisfaction on account of (the happening or the loss of something); as, to regret an error; to regret lost opportunities or friends
fear

I fear I have bad news for you: your husband has died.

regretful
Sorrowful about what has been lost or done
regretful
Full of feelings of regret, indulging in regrets
regretfully
Unfortunately, in a manner inspiring or deserving regret; used only as a sentence adverb|sentence adverb]] (to introduce and modify an entire sentence)
regretfully
In a regretful manner, with regret
regretfulness
The state or condition of being regretful

Mervyn thought that he could detect a certain regretfulness in his companion's voice.

regretter
Agent noun of regret; one who regrets

Catholics were not the only regretters of the British Government's lack of courtesy to Cardinal Lauri during his two passings through England and Wales.

regretful
feeling, expressive of, or full of regret
I regret that
I'm sorry that; I'm sorry about that
I regret to say
I am sorry to say, unfortunately I must say that -
expressed regret
exhibited sorrow, voiced remorse, expressed repentance, showed disappointment
have no regret
feel no remorse, feel no sorrow, feel no repentance
hear with regret of
feel sorrow at being informed of, feel sadness at learning of
regretful
{s} sorrowful, anguished, remorseful
regretful
If you are regretful, you show that you regret something. Mr Griffin gave a regretful smile + regretfully re·gret·ful·ly He shook his head regretfully. someone who is regretful feels sorry or disappointed
regretful
having regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone; "felt regretful over his vanished youth"; "regretful over mistakes she had made"
regretful
Full of regret, indulging in regrets, repining
regretful
Full of regret; indulging in regrets; repining
regretfully
sorrowfully, remorsefully, with feelings of anguish
regretfully
with regret (used in polite formulas); "I must regretfully decline your kind invitation"
regretfully
with regret (used in polite formulas); "I must regretfully decline your kind invitation
regretfulness
{i} sorrowfulness, remorsefulness, state of feeling anguished
regrets
third-person singular of regret
regrets
a polite refusal of an invitation
regrets
plural of regret
regretted
past participle of regret
regretter
{i} one who regrets, one who feels remorse, one who feels sorrow
regretting
Also form regreting is used, although it is not generally recognized by dictionaries
to his regret
to his sorrow, regretfully for him, to his grief
regret
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