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re·sent

 (rĭ-zĕnt′)
tr.v. re·sent·ed, re·sent·ing, re·sents
To feel indignantly aggrieved at.

[French ressentir, to feel (a sensation or emotion), resent, from Old French resentir : re-, re- + sentir, to feel (from Latin sentīre; see sent- in Indo-European roots).]

resent

(rɪˈzɛnt)
vb
(tr) to feel bitter, indignant, or aggrieved at
[C17: from French ressentir, from re- + sentir to feel, from Latin sentīre to perceive; see sense]

re•sent

(rɪˈzɛnt)

v.t.
to feel or show displeasure or indignation at from a sense of injury or insult.
[1595–1605; < French ressentir to be angry, Old French resentir=re- re- + sentir to feel < Latin sentīre; compare sense]
re•sent′ing•ly, adv.
re•sent′ive, adj.

resent


Past participle: resented
Gerund: resenting

Imperative
resent
resent
Present
I resent
you resent
he/she/it resents
we resent
you resent
they resent
Preterite
I resented
you resented
he/she/it resented
we resented
you resented
they resented
Present Continuous
I am resenting
you are resenting
he/she/it is resenting
we are resenting
you are resenting
they are resenting
Present Perfect
I have resented
you have resented
he/she/it has resented
we have resented
you have resented
they have resented
Past Continuous
I was resenting
you were resenting
he/she/it was resenting
we were resenting
you were resenting
they were resenting
Past Perfect
I had resented
you had resented
he/she/it had resented
we had resented
you had resented
they had resented
Future
I will resent
you will resent
he/she/it will resent
we will resent
you will resent
they will resent
Future Perfect
I will have resented
you will have resented
he/she/it will have resented
we will have resented
you will have resented
they will have resented
Future Continuous
I will be resenting
you will be resenting
he/she/it will be resenting
we will be resenting
you will be resenting
they will be resenting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been resenting
you have been resenting
he/she/it has been resenting
we have been resenting
you have been resenting
they have been resenting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been resenting
you will have been resenting
he/she/it will have been resenting
we will have been resenting
you will have been resenting
they will have been resenting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been resenting
you had been resenting
he/she/it had been resenting
we had been resenting
you had been resenting
they had been resenting
Conditional
I would resent
you would resent
he/she/it would resent
we would resent
you would resent
they would resent
Past Conditional
I would have resented
you would have resented
he/she/it would have resented
we would have resented
you would have resented
they would have resented
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.resent - feel bitter or indignant about; "She resents being paid less than her co-workers"
grudge, stew - bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings
dislike - have or feel a dislike or distaste for; "I really dislike this salesman"
2.resent - wish ill or allow unwillinglyresent - wish ill or allow unwillingly  

resent

verb be bitter about, dislike, object to, grudge, begrudge, take exception to, be offended by, be angry about, take offence at, take umbrage at, harbour a grudge against, be pissed (off) about (taboo slang), take as an insult, bear a grudge about, be in a huff about, take amiss to, have hard feelings about I resent being dependent on her.
like, accept, welcome, approve, be content with, be pleased with, feel flattered by
Translations
يَسْتاء منيَـمْتَعِضُ
nesnášet
bære nag tilikke bryde sig om
närkästyä
zamjerati
neheztel
gremjast
憤慨する
분개하다
nuoskaudapiktintis
just aizvainojumuņemt ļaunā
zameriti
förakta
รู้สึกขมขื่น
içerlemekkızmak
ghen ghét

resent

[rɪˈzent] VT I resent that!¡me molesta or me ofende que digas eso!
he resents my being herele molesta que esté aquí
I resent your toneencuentro tu tono ofensivo
he resented my promotionle molestaba que me hubiesen ascendido
he resents having lost his jobno lleva bien lo de haber perdido el trabajo, le amarga haber perdido el trabajo
he resented the fact that I married herle molestaba que me hubiese casado con ella
she resents having to look after her motherle amarga tener que cuidar de su madre
I resented him because he was her favouritetenía celos de él porque era su preferido

resent

[rɪˈzɛnt] vt
[+ person] → en vouloir à
She resents her mother for being so tough on her → Elle en veut à sa mère pour s'être montrée si dure envers elle.
[+ criticism, attitude]
I really resented your criticism → Tes critiques m'ont vraiment déplu.
I resent his attitude towards her → Son attitude envers elle me déplaît.

resent

vt remarks, behaviourübel nehmen, sich ärgern über (+acc); personein Ressentiment haben gegen; he resented her for the rest of his lifeer nahm ihr das sein Leben lang übel; he resented my having or me for having got the jober nahm es mir übel, dass ich die Stelle bekommen hatte; he resented the fact that …er ärgerte sich darüber, dass …; they resented the way in which …sie ärgerten sich darüber, wie … or auf welche Art und Weise; to resent somebody’s successjdm seinen Erfolg missgönnen; I resent thatdas gefällt mir nicht; he may resent my or me being herees könnte ihn ärgern, dass ich hier bin

resent

[rɪˈzɛnt] vtrisentirsi per
I resent your remarks → le tue osservazioni mi offendono
he resents my being here → è contrariato dalla mia presenza

resent

(riˈzent) verb
to feel annoyed about (something) because one thinks it is unfair, insulting etc. I resent his interference in my affairs.
reˈsentful adjective
having or showing such a feeling of annoyance. She feels resentful that her sister married before she did.
reˈsentfully adverb
reˈsentfulness noun
reˈsentment noun
He has a feeling of resentment against the police after the way he was treated by them.

resent

يَـمْتَعِضُ nesnášet bære nag til übel nehmen δυσαρεστούμαι sentar mal närkästyä mal supporter zamjerati risentirsi 憤慨する 분개하다 kwalijk nemen ta ille opp obrazić się ressentir-se обижаться förakta รู้สึกขมขื่น içerlemek ghen ghét 怨恨
References in classic literature ?
In babyhood Tom cuffed and banged and scratched Chambers unrebuked, and Chambers early learned that between meekly bearing it and resenting it, the advantage all lay with the former policy.
Resenting this little success more than anything, Drummle, without any threat or warning, pulled his hands out of his pockets, dropped his round shoulders, swore, took up a large glass, and would have flung it at his adversary's head, but for our entertainer's dexterously seizing it at the instant when it was raised for that purpose.
The parasite was on the point of resenting this; but a look at Dick's face, and some recollection of the terms on which they had stood in Paris, came to the aid of his wisdom and restrained him.
Passepartout was on the point of vigorously resenting the epithet, the reason of which he could not for the life of him comprehend; but he reflected that the unfortunate Fix was probably very much disappointed and humiliated in his self-esteem, after having so awkwardly followed a false scent around the world, and refrained.
Stung by his language, his tormentors had immediately bristled at him with a great show of resenting unjust oaths.
She was talking at Fanny, and resenting this private walk half through the dinner.
His good nature checked his resenting the young minister's lofty admonitions, and his tough, inelastic sense of humor forbade his taking them seriously.
Elizabeth, though resenting the suspicion, might yet be made observant by it.
It was strange enough, as I afterward thought, that she had not the least air of resenting my want of consideration for her aunt's character, which would have been in the worst possible taste if anything less vital (from my point of view) had been at stake.
Inheriting a splendid physique from both parents, at six little Bill was as tall as the average child of eight, well set up and sturdy, afraid of nothing on the place except Martin, who, resenting his attitude, not unreasonably put the blame for it on his wife.
van der Luyden protested; and Archer guessed that he was remembering, and resenting, the hampers of carnations he had sent to the little house in Twenty-third Street.
It is only by resenting them, and by revenging them in my mind, and by angrily demanding the justice I never get, that I am able to keep my wits together.