Traducción de jealousy en Español:

jealousy

celos, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒɛləsi//ˈdʒɛləsi/

nombrePlural jealousies

  • 1

    (fear of rivalry)
    celos masculino
    • Sometimes Sara looks at Sarah's school friends and feels a pang of jealousy, of anger.
    • But anyone who has experienced intense jealousy is well aware of its power and potential destructiveness.
    • I try to tell her it's alright, that whatever shred of jealousy I had had disappeared long back.
    • It deals with envy and jealousy and how these emotions cause so much unnecessary suffering in our lives.
    • Could it not be the case that my anger was also mingled with feelings of jealousy, rivalry or envy?
    • There is intense sibling jealousy and she feels she is not loved as much as the youngest child.
    • Jealousy comes about because of the insecurity of the jealous person and the jealousy may or may not have foundation.
    • She too believes that many of the attacks against Wark are motivated by professional jealousy.
    • The evil eye in Bedouin folk belief is tied to the fear of envy and jealousy in the eye of the beholder.
    • Distrust naturally creates distrust, and by nothing is good-will and kind conduct more speedily changed than by invidious jealousies and uncandid imputations, whether expressed or implied.
    • The father symbolizes attractive power and a potentially hazardous male-female relationship is formed, with predictable jealousies and envy as the mother completes the triangle.
    • When he begins a love affair with Steven, jealousy takes hold and leads to unexpected violence.
    • Learn to accept jealousy as a normal but exaggerated response to a stressful, emotionally charged change in your life.
    • There is enough scope for envy and healthy competition, but not hatred and jealousy.
    • As much as she tried to ignore the small-minded jealousy that surrounded her, it upset her a great deal.
    • I know people link our sort of vandalism to boredom and jealousy but what we're really trying to do is get a reaction.
    • Every unshared moment of delight becomes the occasion for fear, envy, and jealousy.
    • I wonder if their fear is really jealousy and resentment at the initiative of today's generation.
    • Her fiancé worked himself into a passion of jealousy, pulling his hair and shaking his fists.
    • However, there's no point wasting precious time and effort on petty jealousy.
  • 2

    (envy)
    envidia femenino