Meaning of covetously in English:

covetously

Translate covetously into Spanish

adverb

See covetous

‘Since I was alone, I did not dare to leave my spot, which other concertgoers were already eyeing covetously, to get an extra chair.’
  • ‘I used to sit at the kitchen table and covetously turn the thin pages, dog earring necessities to be pointed out to my parents.’
  • ‘Historians may look covetously at the Academy's scientists.’
  • ‘It's all a matter of perspective and intent, something Cave covetously explores across the two discs.’
  • ‘I may be boring, but they were eyeing my lunch covetously at the bus stop.’
  • ‘Suddenly she discovered, in a black satin case, a superb diamond necklace; her heart began to beat covetously.’
  • ‘Now this method is being eyed covetously by western politicians.’