Translation of remorder in English:

remorder

vi

  • (+ me/te/le etc) me remuerde haberlo tratado tan mal I feel guilty for o I feel bad about having treated him so badly ¿no te remuerde la conciencia por no haberlo ayudado? don't you feel guilty o don't you have a guilty conscience about not helping him?

remorderse v pron

  • remorderse de algo to be consumed with sth se remordía de celos he was eaten up with o consumed with jealousy

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