We should not begrudge our neighbour’s richness.
I begrudge spending so much money on train fares.
She begrudged her friend the award.
She did not begrudge the money spent on her children's education.
Don’t begrudge his just reward.
Why begrudge him his success?
Yet his contribution, which includes a description of a stiff, ex-army father’s begrudging, but complete, acceptance of his hijra son, is one of the best.
Given its subsequent record, few now begrudge the cost.
Nonetheless who can begrudge anyone a more comfortable living environment?
Everyone knew Bree had the nicest lawn in the neighborhood, and no one begrudged her this.
每个人都知道在这个社区里 Bree 的草坪是最美丽的，没有人嫉妒她这点。
I told you. Carolyn didn't begrudge me my appetites.
And no one begrudged her this.
Don't begrudge a man a final surge over the enemy lines.
But you can't begrudge him that surely. Servants are human beings too.
I don't, I don't know how to, how to break-dance and win the begrudging respect of a street gang.
There's actually a consistency here even though it's a begrudging consistency and one that he would've preferred to avoid, in a sense.
" For three thousand men, I suppose I can endure some pipes and porridge, " the king said, though his tone begrudged even that.
" 为了三千人，忍受风笛和麦片粥倒没关系。" 国王嘴上这样说，语气却在抱怨。
She not only begrudged them every mouthful they ate but she was on tenterhooks lest they discover somehow that Pork had slaughtered one of the shoats the day before.
They are enshrined in the hearts of all loyal Southerners, and no one begrudges them the scant monetary returns they make for their risks. They are unselfish gentlemen, and we honor them.
The most gentle and sensitive woman among you—so sensitive and gentle that she would not venture to touch the ground with the sole of her foot—will begrudge the husband she loves and her own son or daughter