Emotions in Russian

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удово́льствие [u-da-vól'st-vee-ye] Noun , neuter
pleasure
зави́довать [za-vée-da-vat'] Verb , imperfective
to envy, to be envious / jealous
наслажда́ться [na-slazh-dá-tsa] Verb , imperfective
to enjoy, to relish, to delight, to revel
пла́кать [plá-kat'] Verb , imperfective
to cry, to weep
ворча́ть [var-chát'] Verb , imperfective
to grumble, to growl, to grouse, to snarl
хохота́ть [ha-ha-tát'] Verb , imperfective
to laugh loudly, to guffaw
ду́ться [dú-tsa] Verb , imperfective
to sulk , to pout
обижа́ться [a-bee-zhát'-sya] Verb , imperfective
to take offence, to resent
разочарова́ние [ra-za-chee-ra-vá-nee-ye] Noun , neuter
disappointment, disillusionment
скуча́ть [sku-chát'] Verb , imperfective
to be bored, to have a tedious time; (по кому-то) to long (for), to miss
раздража́ть [razd-ra-zhát'] Verb , imperfective
to provoke, to vex, to annoy, to irritate
сча́стье [schást'-ye] Verb , neuter
happiness
смея́ться [smye-yá-tsa] Verb , imperfective
to laugh
грусти́ть [grus-téet'] Verb , imperfective
to be sad, to feel blue, to grieve
доса́да [da-sá-da] Noun , feminine
vexation, disappointment
ра́доваться [rá-da-va-tsa] Verb , imperfective
to be happy, to rejoice

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