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imrenerek
hırslı bir şekilde
envy
imrenmek
envy
kıskançlık

Kıskançlık, Amerikan yaşamının ana gerçeğidir. - Envy is the central fact of American life.

Yedi ölümcül günah şunlardır: kibir, kıskançlık, açgözlülük, öfke, şehvet düşkünlüğü, oburluk ve tembellik. - The seven deadly sins are: pride, envy, greed, anger, lust, gluttony and sloth.

envy
kıskanç

Kıskanç ölür ama kıskançlık asla ölmez. - The envious die, but envy never does.

Kıskançlık yedi ölümcül günahtan biridir. - Envy is one of the seven deadly sins.

envy
imrenme

Kıskançlık imrenme ile aynı değildir. İkisini karıştırmayın. Bir fark var. - Jealousy is not the same as envy. Do not confuse the two. There is a difference.

envy
hasetlenmek
envy
imrenti
envy
çekemezlik
envy
gıpta edilen kimse veya şey
envy
{f} gıpta etmek
envy
{f} çekememek
envy
{f} gözü kalmak
envy
{i} haset

Haset etmek günahtır. - To feel envy is a sin.

envy
günümek
envy
{i} gıpta
envy
günü
envy
{i} kıskanılan kimse
envy
{i} gıpta edilen şey
envy
imren

Kıskançlık imrenme ile aynı değildir. İkisini karıştırmayın. Bir fark var. - Jealousy is not the same as envy. Do not confuse the two. There is a difference.

Bir yandan da ona imreniyorum; tam olarak ne istediğini biliyor ve onu elde etmekten çekinmiyor. - In some ways, I envy him; he knows exactly what he wants and he's not afraid to take it.

envy
{f} kıskan

Yedi ölümcül günah şunlardır: kibir, kıskançlık, açgözlülük, öfke, şehvet düşkünlüğü, oburluk ve tembellik. - The seven deadly sins are: pride, envy, greed, anger, lust, gluttony and sloth.

Senin başarın beni kıskandırıyor. - Your success excites my envy.

envy
çekememezlik
envy
kıskanmak
envy
hased
envy
be green with envy aşırı derecede kıskanmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
in a jealous manner, covetously
In an envying manner
envy
To give (something) to (someone) grudgingly or reluctantly; to begrudge

But that sweet Cordiall, which can restore / A loue-sick hart, she did to him enuy .

envy
Resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions)

Theodorus assures Socrates that no envy will prevent the Stranger from responding.

envy
To have envious feelings (at)

I do not envy at their wealth, titles, offices; let me live quiet and at ease.

envy
Hatred, enmity, ill-feeling

But let me tell the World, / If he out-liue the enuie of this day, / England did neuer owe so sweet a hope, / So much misconstrued in his Wantonnesse.

envy
To feel displeasure or hatred towards (someone) for their good fortune or possessions
envy
{n} vexation or pain at another's prosperity
envy
To do harm to; to injure; to disparage
envy
To long after; to desire strongly; to covet
envy
issá (q v )
envy
Malice; ill will; spite
envy
spite and resentment at seeing the success of another (personified as one of the deadly sins)
envy
To feel envy on account of; to have a feeling of grief or repining, with a longing to possess some excellence or good fortune of another, or an equal good fortune, etc
envy
Envy is the feeling you have when you wish you could have the same thing or quality that someone else has. Gradually he began to acknowledge his feelings of envy towards his mother They gazed in a mixture of envy and admiration at the beauty of the statue
envy
a highly volatile condition of human psyche that, if not handled with caution, could evolve into jealousy irreversibly (Also, see JEALOUSY)
envy
If you envy someone, you wish that you had the same things or qualities that they have. I don't envy the young ones who've become TV superstars and know no other world He envied Caroline her peace
envy
green with envy: see green
envy
Feel envy of
envy
To be filled with envious feelings; to regard anything with grudging and longing eyes; used especially with at
envy
Resentful desire of something possessed by another or others (but not limited to material possessions); as distinct from jealousy
envy
An object of envious notice or feeling
envy
To hate
envy
spite and resentment at seeing the success of another (personified as one of the deadly sins) a feeling of grudging admiration and desire to have something possessed by another be envious of; set one's heart on feel envious towards; admire enviously
envy
{f} be jealous, desire something which belongs to another
envy
feel envious towards; admire enviously
envy
While the dictionary defines "envy" as a combination of discontent, resentment and desire - usually for the possessions, advantages or qualities of another, Keppe adds a new dimension to this definition, broader than ordinary jealousy and closer to the Latin root of the word: invidere (in = non, videre = to see) Keppe sees envy as a psychological blindness, a negation of awareness, an unconscious wish to destroy the goodness and beauty we see not just in others but in our own lives as well Although Keppe was originally trained as a Freudian analyst, he observed in his clinical practice that his patients exhibited envy that was not, as Freud proposed, sexually based Instead, it was due to a broader rejection of love, an unconscious dismissal of the goodness, truth and beauty in oneself and in others In Keppe's opinion, envy, although mainly unseen, is the primary destructive psychological force behind all ills - mental, physical and social
envy
To emulate
envy
[invidia, It and L envie, F embidia, Sp enveja, por] an uneasiness or grief, arising from beholding the good qualities or prosperity of others
envy
be envious of; set one's heart on
envy
Emulation; rivalry
envy
to look with grudging upon; to begrudge
envy
a feeling of grudging admiration and desire to have something possessed by another
envy
To show malice or ill will; to rail
envy
{i} jealousy, desire for something which belongs to another
envy
Public odium; ill repute
envy
If a thing or quality is the envy of someone, they wish very much that they could have or achieve it. an economic expansion that was the envy of many other states
envy
Chagrin, mortification, discontent, or uneasiness at the sight of another's excellence or good fortune, accompanied with some degree of hatred and a desire to possess equal advantages; malicious grudging; usually followed by of; as, they did this in envy of Cæsar
envy
To feel envy at or towards; to be envious of; to have a feeling of uneasiness or mortification in regard to (any one), arising from the sight of another's excellence or good fortune and a longing to possess it
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