disgruntled


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dis·grun·tle

 (dĭs-grŭn′tl)
tr.v. dis·grun·tled, dis·grun·tling, dis·grun·tles
To make discontented.

[dis- + gruntle, to grumble (from Middle English gruntelen, frequentative of grunten, to grunt; see grunt).]

dis·grun′tle·ment n.

disgruntled

(dɪsˈɡrʌntəld)
adj
feeling or expressing discontent or anger
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disgruntled - in a state of sulky dissatisfaction
discontent, discontented - showing or experiencing dissatisfaction or restless longing; "saw many discontent faces in the room"; "was discontented with his position"

disgruntled

adjective discontented, dissatisfied, annoyed, irritated, put out, hacked (off) (U.S. slang), grumpy, vexed, pissed off (taboo slang), sullen, displeased, petulant, sulky, peeved, malcontent, testy, peevish, huffy, cheesed off (Brit. slang) Disgruntled employees recently called for his resignation.
Translations
ساخِط، مُسْتاء
nespokojenýrozladěný
gnavenutilfreds
önugur
suirzęs
hoşnut olmayanküskün

disgruntled

[dɪsˈgrʌntld] ADJ (= unhappy) [employee, staff, customer] → descontento; (= bad-tempered) → contrariado, malhumorado

disgruntled

[dɪsˈgrʌntəld] adj [person] → mécontent(e)
to be disgruntled at sth, to be disgruntled about sth → être mécontent(e) de qch

disgruntled

adjverstimmt

disgruntled

[dɪsˈgrʌntld] adj (person) → di malumore, di cattivo umore; (look) → seccato/a

disgruntled

(disˈgrantld) adjective
sulky and dissatisfied.
References in classic literature ?
At the end of the line Tarzan could still hear the grumbling of the disgruntled priest.
But I'm disgruntled because six women have been here to say good-bye to me, and every one of the six managed to say something that seemed to take the color right out of life and leave it as gray and dismal and cheerless as a November morning.
Do you feel as disgruntled now as when you started out, Anne?
Hundreds of stampeders, after staking on other creeks than Bonanza, had gone on disgruntled down river to Forty Mile and Circle City.
And clear across to the Atlantic, the Junta in touch with them all and all of them needing guns, mere adventurers, soldiers of fortune, bandits, disgruntled American union men, socialists, anarchists, rough-necks, Mexican exiles, peons escaped from bondage, whipped miners from the bull-pens of Coeur d'Alene and Colorado who desired only the more vindictively to fight--all the flotsam and jetsam of wild spirits from the madly complicated modern world.
Levine noted that he believed as a percentage of donor's revenue, the DISGRUNTLED gift would have been greater than any other corporate gift made to the school.
First, the Business Software Alliance aggressively markets to disgruntled employees, offering financial incentives to make anonymous tips against their employers.
Kirshner says the citizens group is essentially a handful of disgruntled residents who should have known not to buy property next to an airport if they were going to have a problem with its daily functions.
A police spokesman said: "A disgruntled employee whose job had been terminated, or was about to be terminated, returned to the business, and that's where the shooting took place.
Disgruntled, Stella meets a distant cousin, Nicholas, who seems to dislike her on sight and she wonders why she came.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- DISGRUNTLED, "The Magazine For People Who Work For A Living," began publishing today on the World Wide Web, ushering in a new era in business journalism.
DALLAS -- "The Business Software Alliance launched a rewards program six months ago; a program in which the organization aggressively markets to disgruntled employees, offering generous financial incentives to make anonymous tips reporting software license violations against their employers or former employers.