Translation for 'to regret' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to regret | regretted | regretted
regretting | regrets
SYNO regret | rue | ruefulness | ...
to regret {verb}съжалвам
regret {noun}съжаление {ср}
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Translation for 'to regret' from English to Bulgarian

to regret {verb}

regret {noun}
съжаление {ср}
Usage Examples English
  • In 1998 Mackintosh was named in a list of the biggest private financial donors to the Labour Party, a decision he later claimed to regret, saying: "Labour really _ it up.
  • Having refused calls for reform—to broaden representation and curb corruption—most saw little cause to regret its passing.
  • David Dutton believes that this was "the most fateful mistake of his viceroyalty, and one he came bitterly to regret".
  • Upon his departure from the Drifters, McPhatter sold his share of the group to the band's manager George Treadwell, a decision that he later came to regret, after realizing that he caused his fellow musicians to experience unprofitability and the group essentially became a revolving-door line-up with recycled members on a ridiculous $100 weekly salary and paid virtually no royalties.
  • One such student, Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, "came to regret giving a job to a young surveyor: George Washington".

  • Originally choosing the Egyptian-born Teth-Adam as a successor, Shazam came to regret his decision.
  • Florence eventually came to regret having exiled Dante.
  • According to his obituary in "The New York Times", Levinas came to regret his early enthusiasm for Heidegger, after the latter joined the Nazis.
  • She is left to wander the streets of Paris alone day after day and begins to regret her decision.
  • By early 1944, Warren had come to regret his role in the internment of Japanese Americans, and he eventually approved of the federal government's decision to allow Japanese Americans to begin returning to California in December 1944.

  • Younger people who receive a vasectomy are significantly more likely to regret and seek a reversal of their vasectomy, with one study showing people in their twenties being 12.5 times more likely to undergo a vasectomy reversal later in life (and including some who chose sterilization at a young age).
  • I have nothing to regret!" The judge struck Solanas' comments from the court record and had her admitted to Bellevue Hospital for psychiatric observation.
  • He later claimed to regret his words and promised to officially apologise to Ivanov.
  • At this stage, however, Jenkins would not fully abandon his position as a political insider, and chose to stand again for deputy leader, an act his colleague David Marquand claimed he later came to regret.
  • Responding to Regret's distress call, "High Charity" and the Covenant fleet arrive at the Halo.

  • Cicero had cause to regret his actions, as his treatment of Lentulus was one of the reasons why Mark Antony, Lentulus' stepson, later demanded Cicero's execution as a condition of his joining the Second Triumvirate.
  • Mankiewicz accepted a lucrative contract, which he came to regret.
  • O'Connell declared "the superior utility of the English tongue, as the medium of all modern communication" too great a consideration for him to regret "the gradual abandonment " of Irish.
  • Toward the end of his life he began to regret the licentiousness with which he had lived it, and on his deathbed he secured from his publisher (one Sam Briscoe) a promise that any posthumously published works would be censored of "all prophane, undecent passages".
  • Huygens soon seemed to regret this invention, as he thought it was too frivolous.

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