1. predic съжаляващ, каещ се
to be/feel SORRY about/for съжалявам, съчувствувам на, жал ми е за
I am SORRY to hear that мъчно ми е да чуя, че
I am SORRY to say за съжаление
I'm (so) SORRY, SORRY! извинете прощавайте, съжалявам
2. книж. жалък, лош, противен, безполезен, безсмислен
SORRY sight жалка/тъжна гледка
SORRY excuse неубедително извинение
SORRY fellow негодник
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{'sъri} a 1. predic съжаляващ, каещ се; to be/feel sorry about/for
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съжаляващ; каещ се;
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1. i am sorry to hear that мъчно ми е да чуя, че 2. i am sorry to say за съжаление 3. i'm (so) sorry, sorry! извинете прощавайте, съжалявам 4. predic съжаляващ, каещ се 5. sorry excuse неубедително извинение 6. sorry fellow негодник 7. sorry sight жалка/тъжна гледка 8. to be/feel sorry about/for съжалявам, съчувствувам на, жал ми е за 9. книж. жалък, лош, противен, безполезен, безсмислен
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sorry[´sɔri] I. adj 1. съжаляващ, каещ се; to feel \sorry for мъчно ми е за, съчувствам на; stop feeling \sorry for yourself престани да се самосъжаляваш; I am \sorry to hear that мъчно ми е да чуя, че; I am \sorry to say that за съжаление; 2. жалък; лош, противен; a \sorry sight жалка гледка; a \sorry excuse неубедително извинение; a \sorry fellow негодник; II. int извинете! простете! (I'm) \sorry, I'm so \sorry прощавайте, извинете, съжалявам; Sorry? моля? какво казахте?

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