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Spanish translation of “revenge”

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revenge

noun /rəˈvendʒ/
harm done to another person in return for harm which he has done (to oneself or to someone else)
venganza
The man told the manager he would get/have his revenge / take revenge on the company for dismissing him His revenge was to burn down the factory.
the desire to do such harm
venganza
The man said he had burned down the factory out of revenge / in revenge for being dismissed.
Translations of “revenge”
in Korean 복수…
in Arabic اِنْتِقام…
in French vengeance, pour se venger de…
in Italian vendetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報復, 報仇…
in Russian месть…
in Turkish öç, intikam, kan davası…
in Polish zemsta…
in Portuguese vingança, desforra…
in German die Rache, die Rachsucht…
in Catalan venjança…
in Japanese 復讐, 仕返し, 報復…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报复, 报仇…
(Definition of revenge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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