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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.
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The public thus are being run dry and government now must rely on their muscle power to subdue the disgruntlements.
Speaking in Dublin, he added: "I'm sure it will go a long way to (addressing) one of our key disgruntlements, which was that British police had lots and lots of information and it was just sitting there and no-one was looking at it.
A firm that wants to cut costs might consider giving employees all the same time off rather than making equal pay cuts across the board that could potentially lead to disgruntlements from a sense of unfairness.