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vengeance

noun     /ˈvendʒəns/
[U] the act of doing something bad to someone who has done something bad to you, or the feeling of wanting to do this: an act of vengeanceRevenge and vengefulness
with a vengeance
If something happens with a vengeance, it happens a lot or in a very strong way: The disease swept across the country with a vengeance.Power and intensityEnergy, force and power
Translations of “vengeance”
in Spanish venganza…
in Vietnamese sự báo thù…
in Thai การแก้แค้น…
in Malaysian balas dendam…
in French vengeance…
in German die Rache…
in Indonesian pembalasan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报仇,复仇,抱复, 复仇心…
in Turkish öç, intikam, hırs…
in Russian месть, возмездие…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報仇,復仇,報復, 復仇心…
in Polish zemsta…
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