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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -resentment-, *resentment*.
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
resentment    [N] ความไม่พอใจ, See also: ความขุ่นเคือง, Syn. bitterness, offense, displeasure

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
resentmentHe felt a resentment against his uncle for taking him in.
resentmentThe resentment runs deep.
resentmentI feel resentment against your unwarranted criticism.

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
resentment(รีเซนทฺ'เมินทฺ) n. ความขุ่นเคืองใจ,ความไม่พอใจ,ความแค้นใจ, Syn. dudgeon
presentment(พรีเซนทฺ'เมินทฺ) n. การแสดงออก,การแสดงตัว,การเสนอ,การมอบ,การยื่น,ภาพ,ภาพวาด,ภาพที่ปรากฎ,รายงานของคณะลูกขุน

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
resentment(n) ความขุ่นเคือง,ความโกรธ,ความแค้นใจ

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ความขุ่นข้อง    [N] resentment, See also: misgiving, umbrage, offense, Syn. ความขุ่นข้องหมองใจ, Example: เขาพยายามแผ่เมตตาเพื่อดับโทสะ พยาบาท ความขุ่นข้องต่างๆ เสีย, Thai definition: การผิดใจกัน
ความคับแค้นใจ    [N] anger, See also: resentment, indignation, wrath, fury, rage, outrage, Syn. ความแค้นใจ, ความคับข้องใจ, Example: หัวหน้ายังคงความสงบเงียบไว้จนคนงานระบายความคับแค้นใจหมดสิ้น
ความน้อยใจ    [N] resentment, See also: offense, pique, displeasure, Syn. ความน้อยอกน้อยใจ, ความน้อยเนื้อต่ำใจ

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
แค้น[v.] (khaēn) EN: harbour resentment against ; be resentful ; feel aggrieved ; have malice ; rankle   FR: avoir de la rancoeur ; être indigné ; enrager
ความไม่เป็นมิตร[n. exp.] (khwām mai pen mit) EN: hostility ; animosity ; resentment   
ตัดพ้อ[v.] (tatphø) EN: take to task ; reprove ; complain ; reproach ; express one's resentment   

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
RESENTMENT    R AH0 Z EH1 N T M AH0 N T
RESENTMENT    R AH0 Z EH1 N M AH0 N T
RESENTMENTS    R AH0 Z EH1 N T M AH0 N T S
RESENTMENTS    R AH0 Z EH1 N M AH0 N T S

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
resentment    (n) (r i1 z e1 n t m @ n t)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
欝憤;鬱憤[うっぷん, uppun] (n) resentment; grudge; anger [Add to Longdo]
怨嗟[えんさ, ensa] (n,vs) (deeply held) resentment [Add to Longdo]
逆恨み[さかうらみ, sakaurami] (n,vs) (1) being resented in return; (2) unjustified resentment through misunderstanding [Add to Longdo]
仇;寇;讐;賊[あだ;あた(仇)(ok);あたん(仇)(ok), ada ; ata ( ada )(ok); atan ( ada )(ok)] (n) (1) foe; enemy; rival; (2) resentment; enmity; grudge; (3) harm; injury [Add to Longdo]
業腹[ごうはら, gouhara] (adj-na,n) spite; resentment [Add to Longdo]
激憤[げきふん, gekifun] (n,vs) resentment; indignation [Add to Longdo]
欠望;闕望[けつぼう, ketsubou] (n,vs) disappointment; disillusion; resentment [Add to Longdo]
恨み(P);憾み;怨み[うらみ, urami] (n) (1) resentment; grudge; malice; bitterness; (2) (esp. 憾み) matter for regret; regret; (P) [Add to Longdo]
恨みつらみ;恨み辛み[うらみつらみ, uramitsurami] (n) pent-up resentment; grudges and hard feelings [Add to Longdo]
恨み骨髄に徹する[うらみこつずいにてっする, uramikotsuzuinitessuru] (exp,vs-s) to have a deep grudge; to bear deep resentment towards someone [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Resentment \Re*sent"ment\ (-ment), n. [F. ressentiment.]
     1. The act of resenting.
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     2. The state of holding something in the mind as a subject of
        contemplation, or of being inclined to reflect upon
        something; a state of consciousness; conviction; feeling;
        impression. [Obs.]
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              He retains vivid resentments of the more solid
              morality.                             --Dr. H. More.
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              It is a greater wonder that so many of them die,
              with so little resentment of their danger. --Jer.
                                                    Taylor.
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     3. In a good sense, satisfaction; gratitude. [Obs.]
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              The Council taking notice of the many good services
              performed by Mr. John Milton, . . . have thought fit
              to declare their resentment and good acceptance of
              the same.                             --The Council
                                                    Book (1651).
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     4. In a bad sense, strong displeasure; anger; hostility
        provoked by a wrong or injury experienced.
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              Resentment . . . is a deep, reflective displeasure
              against the conduct of the offender.  --Cogan.
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     Syn: Anger; irritation; vexation; displeasure; grudge;
          indignation; choler; gall; ire; wrath; rage; fury.
  
     Usage: {Resentment}, {Anger}. Anger is the broader term,
            denoting a keen sense of disapprobation (usually with
            a desire to punish) for whatever we feel to be wrong,
            whether directed toward ourselves or others.
            Resentment is anger exicted by a sense of personal
            injury. It is, etymologically, that reaction of the
            mind which we instinctively feel when we think
            ourselves wronged. Pride and selfishness are apt to
            aggravate this feeling until it changes into a
            criminal animosity; and this is now the more common
            signification of the term. Being founded in a sense of
            injury, this feeling is hard to be removed; and hence
            the expressions bitter or implacable resentment. See
            {Anger}.
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                  Anger is like
                  A full-hot horse, who being allowed his way,
                  Self-mettle tires him.            --Shak.
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                  Can heavently minds such high resentment show,
                  Or exercise their spite in human woe? --Dryden.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  resentment
      n 1: a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will [syn:
           {resentment}, {bitterness}, {gall}, {rancor}, {rancour}]

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