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    Translation correct?

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

    Source Language Term

    to feel indignant with sth.


    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.
    Authorwmw (386353) 30 May 12, 09:22
    You've misunderstood the structure. It means that they felt indignant because the government was acting like Santa Claus.

    It's like 'what with':

    Or see #14 here:
    #1AuthorCM2DD (236324) 30 May 12, 09:25
    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.)
    ...with sth./so.
    #3Authorwmw (386353) 30 May 12, 11:03
    Context/ examples"was+indignant+with"
    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
    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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