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be·grudge / biˈgrəj/ • v. 1. envy (someone) the possession or enjoyment of (something): she begrudged Martin his affluence. 2. [tr.] give reluctantly or resentfully: nobody begrudges a single penny spent on health. DERIVATIVES: be·grudg·ing·ly adv.

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