Definition of resent in English:
Feel bitterness or indignation at (a circumstance, action, or person): she resented the fact that I had children
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- Pam had been introduced to Natalie by a mutual friend and Steven began to resent her.
- If you're always late on completing things, people stop relying on you, start resenting you and begin to bypass you.
- Philippa, on the other hand, was extremely sulky and didn't even try to hide the fact she resented me.
begrudge, feel aggrieved at/about, feel bitter about, grudge, be annoyed at/about, be angry at/about, be resentful of, dislike, be displeased at/about, take exception to, object to, be offended by, take amiss, take offence at, take umbrage at;
envy, feel envious of, feel jealous of;
bear/harbour a grudge about
archaic take something ill
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