CET6 TEM4 GRE TOEFL
zeal 热情 jealousy 嫉妒 (zeal ← jeal)
1. jeal-谐音“急、忌、 嫉”
- jealousy (n.)
- c. 1200, of God; c. 1300, of persons, from Old French jalousie "enthusiasm, love, longing, jealousy" (12c.), from jalos (see jealous). Meaning "zeal, fervor, devotion" is late 14c.
- 1. "Some six months later," Freud writes, "Hans had got over his jealousy."
- 2. Maybe there is jealousy, but I think the envy is more powerful.
- 3. Suspicion and jealousy, however ill-founded, can poison a marriage.
- 4. He had not bargained on the mad jealousy which both women developed.
- 5. When self-esteem is high, we lose our mortal fear of jealousy.
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