- 【联想记忆】re（again） + sent（感觉） → 再次感觉不妙 → 怒气油然而生 → 愤恨
v.feel bitter or indignant about
○ She resents being paid less than her co-workers
Treat the servants here AS you would your own, don't be afraid they may resent it.
I resent your ImplIcatIon that my work Is unsatIsfactory.
I resent the encroachment on my tIme.
I (strongly / bItterly) resent your remarks.
IF they have siblings in India, the responsibility of caring for the parents is borne by them. They resent it sometimes and make it evident.
Richard resent being interrupted while he is working.
Kate said she felt we resent her.
They resent being ruled OVER by a dictatorial boss.
WE resent your insistence that the debt(shall)is paid at once.
People don't resent having nothing nearly as much as too little.