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vendetta

noun   /venˈdet.ə/
a long and violent argument between people or families, in which one group tries to harm the other in order to punish them for things that happened in the past vendetta He saw himself as the victim of a personal vendetta being waged by his political enemies.2334
(Definition of vendetta from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vendetta

noun /venˈdetə/
a fierce, often violent, long-lasting dispute vendetta, enemistad mortal There has been a bitter vendetta between the two families for many years.
(Definition of vendetta from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vendetta”
in Vietnamese cuộc bất hòa kéo dài…
in Malaysian dendam…
in Thai ความพยาบาท…
in French vendetta…
in German die Blutrache…
in Chinese (Simplified) 世仇, 族间血仇, 宿怨…
in Turkish kan davası…
in Russian вендетта, месть…
in Indonesian pembalasan berdarah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 世仇, 族間血仇, 宿怨…
in Polish wendeta…
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