Spanish Word for jealousy  

English Word: jealousy

Spanish Word: celos
The Spanish Word for jealousy
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Translated sentences containing 'jealousy'
He was consumed by jealousy.
Los celos lo devoraban.

I believe that institutional jealousy is a characteristic shared by mediocre individuals.
Creo que los celos institucionales son una característica común de los individuos mediocres.
This determination is something which the United States, in particular, is following with a measure of astonishment and jealousy.
Esta firmeza es algo que los Estados Unidos, en particular, siguen con una mezcla de asombro y envidia.
I, like many of us, am not surprised, but am nonetheless appalled, to see how many of the foreign ministers are making problems for you out of petty jealousy.
Como a muchas de sus Señorías, no me sorprende, sino que más bien me consterna ver cuántos Ministros de Asuntos Exteriores están creando problemas porque tienen algo de celos.
Because without taking into account the rational economic and social development of Israel's neighbours, the jealousy and fear of Israel, a hard-working democracy, will remain.
Sin la perspectiva de un desarrollo económico y social razonable de los vecinos de Israel, democracia con fuerte arraigo en el trabajo, persistirá la envidia y el miedo por este país.
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