Hindi translation of 'jealous'
jealous /ˈdʒeləs ˈजेलस्/
If someone is jealous, they feel angry or bitter because they think that another person is trying to take a lover, friend, or possession, away from them.
She was jealous of her husband's friendship with their son.
It is a jealously guarded secret.
If you are jealous of another person's possessions or qualities, you feel angry or bitter because you do not have them.
You're jealous because they didn't like your idea.
She was jealous of his well-paid job.
Gloria watched them jealously.
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Example Sentences Including 'jealous'
Sometimes, he would be jealous , at other times, indifferent.CHAMELEON (2002)
I found myself in the novel, and morally challenging, position of being jealous of a dog.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
OK, so he felt jealous of the guy, but no need to give him the satisfaction of knowing he felt jealous.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'jealous' in Other Languages
- Arabic: غَيُورٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ciumento ciumenta
- Chinese: 妒忌的
- Croatian: ljubomoran ljubomorna
- Czech: žárlivý
- Danish: jaloux
- Dutch: jaloers
- European Spanish: celoso celosa
- Finnish: mustasukkainen
- French: jaloux
- German: eifersüchtig
- Greek: ζηλιάρης ζηλιάρα
- Italian: geloso gelosa
- Japanese: 嫉妬深い
- Korean: 질투하는
- Norwegian: sjalu
- Polish: zazdrosny zazdrosna
- Portuguese: ciumento ciumenta
- Romanian: gelos gelos, geloasă, geloși, geloase
- Russian: ревнивый ревнивая
- Spanish: celoso celosa
- Swedish: svartsjuk svartsjukt
- Thai: อิจฉา
- Turkish: kıskanç
- Ukrainian: ревнивий
- Vietnamese: ghen tị
Translation of jealous from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary