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spite

noun /spait/
ill-will or desire to hurt or offend
rencor
She neglected to give him the message out of spite.
spiteful adjective
rencoroso
a spiteful remark/person You’re being very spiteful.
spitefully adverb
con rencor
She spitefully refused to help him.
spitefulness noun
rencor
in spite of taking no notice of
a pesar de, pese a
He went in spite of his father’s orders.
although something has or had happened, is or was a fact etc
a pesar de, pese a
In spite of all the rain that had fallen, the ground was still pretty dry.
Translations of “spite”
in Arabic ضَغينة, حِقْد…
in Korean 악의, 앙심…
in Malaysian rasa busuk hati…
in French rancune…
in Turkish kin, garaz, nispet…
in Italian dispetto, spregio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不管…
in Russian злоба…
in Polish złośliwość, złość…
in Vietnamese mối hận thù, sự giận…
in Portuguese ódio, rancor, malvadez…
in Thai เจตนาร้าย…
in German die Boshaftigkeit…
in Catalan despit, rancúnia…
in Japanese 恨み, 遺恨(いこん)…
in Indonesian itikad buruk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不管…
(Definition of spite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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