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    Translation correct?

    to feel indignant with sth. - sich über etw. empören

    Source Language Term

    to feel indignant with sth.

    Correct?

    sich über etw. empören

    Examples/ definitions with source references
    No wonder they felt indignant with the government acting like “Santa Claus” throwing millions of hard cash to those foreign students.
    Comment
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    Authorwmw (386353) 30 May 12, 09:22
    Comment
    You've misunderstood the structure. It means that they felt indignant because the government was acting like Santa Claus.

    It's like 'what with':
    http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/br...

    Or see #14 here:
    http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/with
    #1AuthorCM2DD (236324) 30 May 12, 09:25
    Comment
    CM2DD hat Recht. Wie wäre es mit zwei Hauptsätzen:

    Kein Wunder, dass sie empört waren -- die Regierung spielte Nikolaus und...
    #2AuthorMr Chekov (DE) (522758) 30 May 12, 10:29
    Context/ examples
    Hearing this, the ten - Apostles - began to feel indignant with James and John.
    King James Bible
    (Cambridge Ed.)
    Comment
    ...with sth./so.
    #3Authorwmw (386353) 30 May 12, 11:03
    Context/ examples
    http://www.google.de/search?q="was+indignant+with"+site%3A.uk
    Comment
    Hmm... Stimmt, so ganz eindeutig ist es nicht. Dann eben

    Kein Wunder, dass sie sich über die Regierung empörten, die den Nikolaus spielte und...
    #4AuthorMr Chekov (DE) (522758) 30 May 12, 11:23
    Comment
    The Bible quote is unusual; normally you would feel indignant about/over/at someone's behaviour or comments.

    In the English sentence you quote in #0 the meaning is very clearly as I describe in #1.
    #5AuthorCM2DD (236324) 30 May 12, 12:01
     
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