It really surprised me reading the verb resent that I thought and the verb resent that a dictionary explained to me!
resent (v) - to feel bitter or angry about something, especially because you feel it is unfair
But then resent also means something sent again! Consider this conversation between me and my employee
I am still waiting for the document, Vicky. ~ But I had sent it to you.
That one was blank and I asked you to resend it ~ True sir, but then I resent it on the very next moment.*
When I open any dictionary, resent means what I wrote up there, the first thing. But is this use of resent means resent the way I want in my employee example?