Translation of jealous in Spanish:

jealous

Pronunciation: /ˈdʒeləs/

adj

  • 1 1.1 (fearing rivalry) [husband/lover] celoso to get jealous ponerse* celoso he does it to make you jealous lo hace para que te pongas celosa in a jealous rage en un arrebato de celos to be jealous of sb estar* celoso de algn, tener* celos de algn 1.2 (envious) [person/nature] envidioso don't you feel jealous when you see … ? ¿no te da envidia ver …? you're only jealous! ¡lo que tienes es envidia! to be jealous of sth envidiar algo to be jealous of sb tenerle* envidia a algn
  • 2 (protective) to be jealous of sth ser* celoso de algo

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