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umbrage
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
umbrage /'ʌmbridʤ/
  • danh từ
    • (thơ ca) bóng cây, bóng râm
    • cảm tưởng bị coi khinh, cảm tưởng bị làm nhục; sự mếch lòng
      • to take umbrage: mếch lòng
Concise Dictionary
umbrages'ʌmbrɪdʒ
noun
+a feeling of anger caused by being offended
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
Usually, take umbrage. feel or be offended, take offence, feel displeasure or annoyance or exasperation or indignation or vexation or bitterness or resentment, be piqued or displeased or annoyed or exasperated or indignant or vexed or resentful, harbour a grudge:
She took umbrage at the way he seemed to ignore her.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
Idioms: take umbrage (at sth) (formal or humorous) to feel offended, insulted or upset by sth, often without a good reason: He took umbrage at her remarks.


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