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feudnoun [C]

uk   us   /fjuːd/
an argument that has existed for a long time between two people or groups, causing a lot of anger or violence: a family feud a ten-year-old feud between the two countries a bitter feud over land

feudverb [I]

uk   us   /fjuːd/
to have a feud with someone: They've been feuding with their neighbours for years over a boundary issue.
Translations of “feud”
in Vietnamese mối thù truyền kiếp…
in Spanish enemistad…
in Thai ความอาฆาต…
in Malaysian persengketaan…
in French querelle…
in German die Fehde…
in Chinese (Traditional) 夙怨, 世仇, 長期爭鬥…
in Indonesian dendam kesumat, permusuhan…
in Russian вражда…
in Turkish kan davası, bitmek bilmeyen husumet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 夙怨, 世仇, 长期争斗…
in Polish waśń…
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