Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Jealousy"

The meaning of "Jealousy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I’m just being paranoid with my exploding jealousy mean?
A: this means that the person is really jealous and that all the jealousy of someone or something and that person is paranoid because of all the jealousy
Q: What does jealousy runs my life mean?
A: It means that they are so full of jealousy that it seems to operate their life.
Q: What does how to get rid of jealousy mean?
A: thank you
Q: What does burn in jealousy mean?
A: 在嫉妒中被燃烧
这是一个比喻
意思说 非常非常嫉妒/吃醋

Example sentences using "Jealousy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with jealousy.
A: I realized that what I was feeling was jealousy -- I wanted him to pay attention to me, not her.

Synonyms of "Jealousy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between jealousy and envy ?
A: Jealousy is wanting something that is rightfully yours and envy is wanting something that doesn't belong to you.

So, if a wife is jealous over her husband, she doesn't want to share him and wants him for herself.

And, if a girl is envious of someone's good looks, she wants to have something that is technically not hers.

Hope that helps. :)
Q: What is the difference between jealousy and envy ?
A: Envy is when you want something someone else has. "I envy his new car"

Jealousy is feeling worried that someone will take away something you have. "He became very jealous when his girlfriend talked to other men because he was worried they would steal her."
Q: What is the difference between jealousy and envy and green - eyed monster ?
A: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/joy-and-pain/201401/what-is-the-difference-between-envy-and-jealousy

Green-eyed monster isn't an emotion, it's what you'd describe someone as if they had one of those feelings. However, no one uses or says it much... People might not know what you mean.
Q: What is the difference between jealousy and envy ?
A: Envious = 羨慕
Jealous = 嫉妒
Q: What is the difference between jealousy and envy ?
A: Jealous is an adjective to describe someone (e.g josh was jealous that Jane is going to the concert).

Envy is usually used as a noun or verb (e.g he felt envy for those who can go to the concert [noun] and he envied people who can go to the concert [verb])

I hope that helped

Translations of "Jealousy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which one is correct?
Their jealousy is pointed as the weakness.
The weakness is pointed as their jealousy.
A: wow thank you very much! ^^ it helps me a lot. :-)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say jealousy in English
A: How do you say jealousy in English?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is this correct "jealousy hides the truth and makes people commit grievious acts" ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to say "insane jealousy " in Japanese?
A: @daniellayoungrph: Yandere?

Other questions about "Jealousy"

Q: ‘He is consumed by jealousy. ‘What is consume mean?
A: In this context it means he is overwhelmed or taken over by jealousy. Consumes basic meaning is to eat or use item's until they are used up. You can be a consumer and go shopping or stop at a restaurant and consume your lunch.
Q: "Jealousy is a by-product which comes from a lack of confidence and self-respect. As long as you have confidence in yourself, the jealousy fades away naturally." does this sound natural?
A: well done!
Q: You got jealousy because of this small story? does this sound natural?
A: Can I say :" You got drunk on jealousy "?
Q: You could be happy if you were released from jealousy.
人間は嫉妬から解放されたら幸せになれる。
does this sound natural?
A: I think if you wanted to sound poetic then "were freed from jealously" works. If you're talking to someone "let go of jealously" is more natural.

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