jealousy

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English - Turkish
kıskançlık

Tom'un Mary'ye olan yoğun ilgisi, bende şiddetli bir kıskançlık hissi uyandırdı. Ama belli etmedim. - Tom's strong interest in Mary provoked my jealousy. But I managed to conceal.

Kıskançlıktan yanıp tutuşuyordu. - She burned with jealousy.

günü
{i} haset
{i} özen
rekabet
extreme jealousy
aşırı kıskançlık
go mad from jealousy
çatlamak
intense jealousy
aşırı kıskançlık
delusion of jealousy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kıskançlık sanrısı
English - English
A state of suspicious guarding towards a spouse, lover etc., from fears of infidelity
Envy towards another's possessions

the jealousy of his foes of each other's share in the booty….

A close concern for someone or something, solicitude, vigilance

And therefore by my wyll I wolde have dryvyn hym away for jelosy that I had of hys lyff .

A resentment towards someone for a perceived advantage or superiority they hold

Jealousy was, however, aroused among the English nobility at the favouritism shown the Dutch newcomer.

The quality of being jealous; earnest concern or solicitude; painful apprehension of rivalship in cases nearly affecting one's happiness; painful suspicion of the faithfulness of husband, wife, or lover
{n} suspicion in love, suspicious fear, mistrust
zealous vigilance; "cherish their official political freedom with fierce jealousy"-Paul Blanshard
Jealousy is the feeling of anger or bitterness which someone has when they think that another person is trying to take a lover or friend, or a possession, away from them. At first his jealousy only showed in small ways -- he didn't mind me talking to other guys
This is: Fear of rivalry The feeling of being unloved
a cousin of envy; a psychological state that differs from envy only in a subtle way ("why-you-have-it-but-I-don't" vis-a-vis "I-would-like-to-have-what- you-have-too")(Also, see ENVY)
a jealous attitude
Jealousy is the feeling of anger or bitterness which someone has when they wish that they could have the qualities or possessions that another person has. Her beauty causes envy and jealousy. jealousies a feeling of being jealous envy a pang/stab/twinge of jealousy (=a sudden feeling of jealousy)
An aversive response that occurs because of a partner's real, imagined, or likely involvement with a third person
close vigilance
Intolerance of rivalry Most people regard jealousy as a wholly negative quality, something rooted in insecurity, that makes one envious, selfish, and suffocatingly possessive of the attention of others The Bible teaches that it may be a positive quality Jehovah is spoken of as being jealous for his name and insistent on exclusive devotion, for the good of all who wish to live in his universe (See Exo 34: 14 ) <<Paul told the Corinthians he was jealous over them with a godly jealousy >> (2Co 11: 2)
{i} envy, covetousness, resentment; vigilance, zealousness; intolerance
a feeling of jealous envy (especially of a rival)
zealous vigilance; "cherish their official political freedom with fierce jealousy"-Paul Blanshard a feeling of jealous envy (especially of a rival)
jealoushood
green-eyed monster
yellowness
exaggerated jealousy
overdramatized envy, overstated resentment
jealousies
plural of jealousy
jealousy
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