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villainnoun

uk   /ˈvɪl.ən/  us   /ˈvɪl.ən/
[C] a bad person who harms other people or breaks the law: Some people believe that Richard III was not the villain he is generally thought to have been. He's either a hero or a villain, depending on your point of view.
[C] UK informal a criminal: Bert's just a small-time villain.
[C] a character in a book, play, film, etc. who harms other people: He made his reputation as an actor playing villains.
[C usually singular] informal something or someone considered harmful or dangerous: We've always been told that cholesterol was a major cause of heart disease but, actually, saturated fat is the worst villain.
(Definition of villain from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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villainnoun [C]

 us   /ˈvɪl·ən/
a bad person who harms other people or breaks the law, or a cruel or evil character in a book, play, or film: In her version of the story, Hoover emerges as the villain.
(Definition of villain from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “villain”
en coreano 악당…
en árabe شِرّير…
in Malaysian penyangak…
en francés méchant/-ante…
en ruso злодей…
en chino (tradicionál) 流氓, 惡棍, 罪犯…
en italiano cattivo, -a…
en turco kötü karakter…
en polaco czarny charakter…
en español malvado, malo, bellaco…
in Vietnamese tên côn đồ…
en portugués vilão, vilã…
in Thai ตัวร้าย (ทางวรรณกรรม)…
en alemán der Schurke…
en catalán malvat, dolent…
en japonés 悪役…
en chino (simplificado) 流氓, 恶棍, 罪犯…
in Indonesian orang jahat…
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