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Translation of "vengeance" - English-Spanish dictionary

vengeance

noun [no plural]   /ˈven.dʒəns/
the punishing of someone for harming you or your friends or family, or the wish for such punishment to happen venganza On the day after the terrorist attack, the overall mood in the town was one of vengeance. As he cradled his daughter’s lifeless body in his arms, he swore (to take) vengeance on her killers.1040
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(Definition of vengeance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vengeance

noun /ˈvendʒəns/
harm done in return for injury received; revenge venganza I devised a plan of vengeance.
(Definition of vengeance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vengeance”
in Vietnamese sự báo thù…
in Malaysian balas dendam…
in Thai การแก้แค้น…
in French vengeance…
in German die Rache…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报仇,复仇,抱复, 复仇心…
in Turkish öç, intikam, hırs…
in Russian месть, возмездие…
in Indonesian pembalasan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報仇,復仇,報復, 復仇心…
in Polish zemsta…
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