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villain

noun /ˈvilən/
a person who is wicked or of very bad character
malo, malvado, bellaco
the villain of the play/story.
villainous adjective
malvado
a villainous act/deed.
villainy noun ( plural villainies) (an instance of) wickedness
malvado, vil, infame
His villainy was well known.
Translations of “villain”
in Arabic شِرّير…
in Korean 악당…
in Malaysian penyangak…
in French méchant/-ante…
in Turkish kötü karakter…
in Italian cattivo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流氓, 惡棍, 罪犯…
in Russian злодей…
in Polish czarny charakter…
in Vietnamese tên côn đồ…
in Portuguese vilão, vilã…
in Thai ตัวร้าย (ทางวรรณกรรม)…
in German der Schurke…
in Catalan malvat, dolent…
in Japanese 悪役…
in Indonesian orang jahat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流氓, 恶棍, 罪犯…
(Definition of villain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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