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Translation of "malice" - English-Spanish dictionary

malice

noun /ˈmӕlis/
the wish to harm other people etc malicia There was no malice intended in what she said. malicious /-ʃəs/ adjective malicioso She took a malicious pleasure in hurting others. maliciously adverb con malicia, maliciosamente He felt that he had been treated maliciously.
Translations of “malice”
in Arabic حِقد…
in Korean 악의…
in Malaysian niat jahat…
in French méchanceté…
in Turkish kasıt, kötü niyet, kötülük…
in Italian malevolenza, malignità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡意,害人之心…
in Russian злоба, злость…
in Polish złośliwość…
in Vietnamese ác ý…
in Portuguese malevolência, malícia, dolo…
in Thai ความมุ่งร้าย…
in German diee Böswilligkeit…
in Catalan malícia…
in Japanese 悪意…
in Indonesian kejahatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶意,害人之心…
(Definition of malice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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