Learn Russian words and phrases describing people’s feelings and emotions.
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to be happy, to rejoice
to become indignant / outraged, to protest
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
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