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tit for tat

informal
when you do something bad to someone because they have done something bad to you
oko za oko
Revenge and vengefulness
Translations of “tit for tat”
in Russian зуб за зуб…
in Turkish misilleme…
(Definition of tit for tat from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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