To look upon with desire to possess or to appropriate; to envy (one) the possession of; to begrudge; to covet; to give with reluctance; to desire to get back again; -- followed by the direct object only, or by both the direct and indirect objects.
To hold or harbor with malicioua disposition or purpose; to cherish enviously.
To be covetous or envious; to show discontent; to murmur; to complain; to repine; to be unwilling or reluctant.
To feel compunction or grief.
Sullen malice or malevolence; cherished malice, enmity, or dislike; ill will; an old cause of hatred or quarrel.
It's OK to argue with your friends. Guys can do it better than girls, usually, but if you ever get into a fight with a true friend or a spouse or a boyfriend, get it out, fight, be angry for five minutes, and then move past it. Don't let it fester; don't hold a grudge. If you do, that's when it will get worse and worse. Ike Barinholtz
Carrying a grudge is a heavy burden. As you forgive, you will feel the joy of being forgiven. Henry B. Eyring
I've had a few arguments with people, but I never carry a grudge. You know why? While you're carrying a grudge, they're out dancing. Buddy Hackett
In ceremonies of the horsemen, even the pawn must hold a grudge. Bob Dylan
People often grudge others what they cannot enjoy themselves. Aesop
grudge in French is rancune
grudge in German is Groll, beneiden
grudge in Italian is invidiare
grudge in Norwegian is uvilje, nag, misunne
grudge in Spanish is rencor
grudge in Swedish is missunna, agg, agg, missunna