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exp.
I'm sorry
adv. adj.
I am sorry
adv. adj.
I am sorry
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siento etc

  

    sentar  
    sentir  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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sien, sino, sito, sarmiento

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
adv. adj.
I am very sorry
exp.
I'm very {o} really sorry
exp.
I'm so sorry
exp.
I sincerely regret it
exp.
I am deeply sorry
exp.
I'm very {o} really sorry
exp.
I'm sorry I'm late
adv. adj.
I am very sorry
exp.
I can't feel my leg
exp.
I feel very lonely
exp.
I am truly sorry
exp.
I feel great today
exp.
today I feel like a new person {o} as if I've come to life again
exp.
I feel rather tired
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'siento' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
lo siento
exp.
me siento mal
exp.
me siento otro
exp.
me siento fatal
exp.
me siento fatal
exp.
me siento fatal
exp.
lo siento muchísimo
exp.
lo siento muchísimo
exp.
lo siento muchísimo
exp.
lo siento muchísimo
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siento
I'm sorry
Tengo que irme y... siento haberte gritado. I have to go home, right now. I'm sorry I yelled at you.
Sr. Langford, siento molestarle. Mr. Langford, I'm sorry to disturb you, sir.
I have
No quiero los sentimientos que siento. I do not want the feelings that I have.
felt
No puedo expresarte cómo me siento. I cannot begin to tell you how it felt.
More translations and examples : I sense, I hate
Señor Presidente, queridos colegas, siento temor. Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, I am scared.
Sujetándola fuerte, me siento extrañamente más separada. By holding it tightly, I feel strangely more detached.
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