amargado translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      adj   bitter, embittered  
estar amargado      to be bitter  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estar amargado exp.
to be bitter

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'amargado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
me ha amargado la vida
estar muy amargado
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"amargado": examples and translations in context
Simplemente estás amargado porque no tienes ninguna cita. You're just bitter 'cause you don't have a date.
No quiero que te vuelvas amargado y frío. I don't want you to become bitter and cold.
Bueno, era un tipo muy amargado. Well, he was a real sourpuss of a guy.
- Amigo, es usted un viejo amargado. - Bill boy, you're an old sourpuss.
Salí de Tijuca amargado, pero satisfecho. I left Tijuca embittered but pleased.
El ejército alemán envía a un amargado soldado a espiar al grupo. The German army sends an embittered soldier to spy on the group.
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