Definición de jilt en inglés:

jilt

Saltos de línea: jilt
Pronunciación: /dʒɪlt
 
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verbo

[with object]
Suddenly reject or abandon (a lover): he was jilted at the altar by his bride-to-be
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Students use it to research their papers, jilted lovers use it to stalk their exes - and journalists use it for just about everything.
  • A study of contract killings in Australia has found most are not ordered by criminals, but by angry spouses and jilted political lovers.
  • So why am I now like a moping, jilted lover who has just discovered that flowers still smell and the sun also rises?
Sinónimos
leave, walk out on, throw over, finish with, break up with, reject, cast aside;
desert, abandon, leave in the lurch, leave high and dry;
betray
British informal give someone the elbow, give someone the big E, give someone the push, bin off
archaic forsake

sustantivo

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A person, especially a woman, who capriciously rejects a lover: they’ll teach you the guilt of coquetting and ogling, and playing the jilt
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Because we all understand the language of jilt.
  • She was thankful that while was surely still hurting over Sarah's jilt, he had found something he felt like fighting for.

Origen

mid 17th century: (in the sense 'deceive, trick'): of unknown origin.

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