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ill will

noun [U]
 
 
bad feelings between people because of things that happened in the pastFeelings of dislike and hatred
Translations of “ill will”
in Korean 악감정…
in Arabic سُوء نِيّة…
in Portuguese ressentimento, rancor…
in Catalan rancor…
in Japanese 恨み…
in Italian risentimento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 敵意, 惡意, 憎恨…
in Russian недоброжелательность, неприязнь…
in Turkish kötü niyet, kin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 敌意, 恶意, 憎恨…
in Polish zła wola…
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