Focus on the pronunciation of rebellion
English definition of “rebellion”
/rəˈbel·jən/ n [C/U]
› violent action organized by a group of people who refuse to accept their government’s power and are willing to use force to oppose it: [C] The African-American Nat Turner led an 1831 rebellion. › Rebellion is also a feeling of strong disagreement with an organization or with people in authority: [U] Many students were in rebellion against the older generation.