- 妒忌的,猜疑的 feeling or showing fear or resentment of possible rivals in love or affection
- 妒羡的; 羡慕的 feeling or showing resentment of sb's advantages, achievements, etc.; envious
- 精心守护的; 珍惜的 anxiously protective
showing extreme cupidity; painfully desirous of another's advantages;
"he was never covetous before he met her"
"jealous of his success and covetous of his possessions"
"envious of their art collection"
suspicious or unduly suspicious or fearful of being displaced by a rival;
"a jealous lover"
- He was hounded out of his job by jealous rivals.
- He was said to be jealous of her.
- I was jealous of Mary's new bicycle.
- He is jealous of his colleague's success.
- Do you need to worship another jealous human being?
- Othello was a jealous husband.
- She is keeping a jealous eye on her husband.
- He is mortally jealous.
- Don't ask her to dance with you, her husband is very jealous.
- He was very jealous when his wife danced with you.
- Tom was jealous of John.
- They may feel jealous of your success.
- I'm very jealous of your new job.
- He is jealous of his wife's love.
- He is jealous for his right.
- I was jealous that you had another friend.
- bitterly〔blindly, violently〕 jealous 非常〔盲目,极端〕嫉妒
A person of possessive and jealous desire.出自： H. E. Bates
Some guys would get jealous if their wife played tennis with another man.出自： J. Barth
He was so insanely jealous Couldn't stand the thought of her meeting another man.出自： N. Mailer
- jealous的基本意思是“嫉妒的,妒忌的”,指对别人拥有的物品、资质等愤恨不满,有时还可作“注意的,谨慎的”解。jealous of一般有褒贬两种意义,主语与of后的人称一致时含褒义,常译成“珍爱的,爱惜的”,反之则为贬义,译成“妒忌的”。
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