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vendetta

noun [C]
 
 
/venˈdetə/
If someone has a vendetta against you, they try to do something bad to you over a period of time because they have been treated badly by you: He had a vendetta against the company after he lost his job.Arguments and disagreements
Translations of “vendetta”
in Spanish vendetta, enemistad mortal…
in French vendetta…
in German die Blutrache…
in Chinese (Traditional) 世仇, 族間血仇, 宿怨…
in Russian вендетта, месть…
in Turkish kan davası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 世仇, 族间血仇, 宿怨…
in Polish wendeta…
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