Translation of jealous in Spanish:


celoso, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɛləs//ˈdʒɛləs/


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    • 1.1(fearing rivalry)

      (lover/husband) 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 tener celos de algn
      • A jealous husband broke a man's nose because he thought someone was ‘ogling’ his wife.
      • Also, she had been asked to join study groups, but the husband was jealous, and forbade her from meeting with other students.
      • Alison told him that her husband was a jealous man, but that she would meet him as soon as she could without worry or fear that he would find them.
      • Over three quarters reported that their dating partners did something to make them jealous.
      • We stopped sleeping together, but when Hanna got a new boyfriend I was jealous for the first time ever.

    • 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 tener celos de algn
      • You are really and truly, happy for your friend because something fantastic is happening in their life, but at the same time you are so jealous of them that you want to scream.
      • And her eyes were outlined in black eyeliner, making her green eyes stand out even more, which she was jealous of.
      • The Soviet Union had better technology and more money to spend on it than America, and that made the Americans jealous, even envious.
      • My personal view, admittedly pretty neurotic, is that the politician is jealous of hardworking people who can manage to have a good time.
      • I'm jealous of the people behind the popular weblogs.
      • We each seek our own advantage, competing and exploiting as necessary; jealous of the success of others and determined to hold on to what we think of as ours.
      • I'm insanely jealous of people who have imaginations.
      • Some English people feel jealous of Scotland's better roads, free higher education and a more efficient welfare system.
      • Despite being backstabbers and fiercely jealous of each other, I think of writers as an international guild.
      • They were much more intelligent than we were, and quite frankly, we were jealous of their achievements.
      • People who are envious or jealous seem to be in a perpetual state of suffering and anguish.
      • It would be selfish to be jealous of him, and I could truthfully say I wasn't.
      • By our very nature, we are selfish, jealous, envious, stricken with strife, and sometimes downright rebellious.
      • I try not to get jealous of her affection for my dog.
      • He is jealous of their prowess, and those qualities together in this time could be the biggest asset that we have in leadership.
      • We are trying to put an entertaining team on the park, and some people are jealous of that.
      • His house is huge and his dogs were so happy and friendly when I arrived, but now the oldest seems jealous of the attention he is giving me.
      • She said they were jealous of her genius and resented her because she was a woman.
      • I imagine many so-called moralists are secretly jealous of teens engaged in pleasure, as opposed to any serious moral valuation they may hold.
      • She had dark brown hair and bright green eyes, I was also jealous of.

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    to be jealous of sth envidiar algo