Learn Russian words and phrases describing people’s feelings and emotions.
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to be indignant, to be shocked, to be outraged
surprising, astonishing, striking, amazing, strange, wonderful
to get upset; to be out of tune (about musical instruments); to fall to the ground (about plans)
to get upset; to be out of tune (musical instruments); to fall apart (plans, etc.)
(informal) to go out of one's mind, to lose one's wits; to be stunned; to get shocked
Согла́сно после́дним иссле́дованиям, трениро́вка на голо́дный желу́док даёт челове́ку бо́льше эне́ргии, лёгкости и выно́сливости, что помога́ет повы́сить эффекти́вность выполня́емых упражне́ний.
sag-lás-na pas-lyéd-neem ees-lyé-da-va-nee-yam, tree-nee-róf-ka na ga-lód-nyî zhee-lú-dak da-yót chee-la-vyé-ku ból'-she ee-nér-gee-ee, lyóh-kas-tee ee vy-nós-lee-vas-tee, chto pa-ma-gá-eet pa-vý-seet' e-feek-téev-nast' vy-pal-nyá-ee-myh up-razh-nye-neeî
According to recent studies, training on an empty stomach gives a person more energy, lightness and stamina which helps to increase the effectiveness of the exercises.
to get lost / confused / puzzled, to lose one's head
to hate, to loathe
to blush, to flush, to redden
cheerful, joyful, merry
to be afraid, to fear, to dread
to get scared, to get frightened
to worry, to be worried, to be nervous, to be agitated
to worry, to be upset, to take hard; to experience, to go through, to undergo, to suffer
strangely, oddly, curiously, funnily, peculiarly; it is strange, it is weird
to be ashamed
to bore, to tire
to be embarrassed, confused; to experience awkwardness, shyness
to calm down
it is shameful, it is a shame
to be angry
content, satisfied, pleased
to envy, to be envious / jealous
to enjoy, to relish, to delight, to revel
to cry, to weep
to grumble, to growl, to grouse, to snarl
to laugh loudly, to guffaw
to enjoy oneself, to have fun (a good time)
to sulk , to pout
to take offence, to resent
to be bored, to have a tedious time; (по кому-то) to long (for), to miss
to provoke, to vex, to annoy, to irritate
to be sad, to feel blue, to grieve
to be happy, to rejoice