Dutch English Dictionary

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jaloers in English:

1. jealous jealous

He was sick of being vilified all the time by people who were jealous of his ability.
Some people lie because they don’t want to make their friends jealous.
I'm not jealous.
Chris recognized the boy from his math class and became very jealous.
A jealous person gets a feeling of contentment by behaving like a dog in the manger even with his friends.
John doesn't want to make his friends jealous and he doesn't tell them the truth about this weekend.
Kastur was a confident girl, and Mohandas felt jealous of her because he was still very shy
When I saw him with another girlfriend I felt jealous
Now we are a good team and other teachers praise our class and are jealous of our form master’s success.
He's only talking to her to make you jealous.
Anna says she feels jealous every time another woman looks at her boyfriend.
Brian’s girlfriend likes talking to Fred, and Brian is jealous.
I think you're a little jealous. / Maybe he gave a low mark to a student or possibly it was a jealous lover.
‘My city break was amazing.’ ‘Stop, you’re making me really jealous!’
A jealous person wants what other people have.

2. envious envious

She is envious of my success.
I'm really envious.
I'm so envious. I really want one of those cars.
You can never be happy if you feel envious of other people.
an envious glance
I was envious of the students who had studied abroad.
John is envious of your new car.
She felt envious when she thought about his ex-girlfriend.
Don't be envious, he deserved it.
We are often envious of people who easily make friends
She is envious of Tim having the opportunity to work for Microsoft.
I don't feel envious. You can escape for weekends whenever you want to.
I'm very envious of your new coat - it's beautiful.
He gave her an envious look.
He was envious of the local boys who could see her every day.

English word "jaloers"(envious) occurs in sets:

Finish Up 91~100 EN-NL