Galling for someone
What could "galling" mean here? I've consulted the Oxford Consice Dictionary and the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English and they both have the following definition:
Sadly, that wealth accrued entirely to investors in banks – galling
for taxpayers who had no desire to write a cheque to bank bondholders.
In this context, it doesn't really make sense. How can you be "galling for" someone? Can someone explain this? gall 2 verb [ transitive ]
to make someone feel upset and angry because of something that is unfair : It really galled him to see Anita doing so well now.
Re: Galling for someone
It galls me.
It is galling me.
It is galling for me.
The word is used adjectivally in the third example above, and in your example
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