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foenoun [C]

us   /foʊ/
an enemy, or a competitor: Foes of the plan were there to voice their concerns.
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foenoun [C]

uk   /fəʊ/ us   /foʊ/ literary
an enemy: The two countries have united against their common foe. They were bitter foes for many years. Foes of the government will be delighting in its current difficulties.

FoEnoun

uk   /ˌef.əʊˈiː/ us   /ˌef.oʊˈiː/
abbreviation for Friends of the Earth
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Translations of “foe”
in Vietnamese kẻ thù…
in Spanish enemigo, -a…
in Malaysian musuh…
in Thai ศัตรู…
in French ennemi/-ie…
in German der Feind…
in Chinese (Traditional) 敵人…
in Russian враг…
in Turkish düşman, hasım…
in Chinese (Simplified) 敌人…
in Indonesian musuh…
in Polish wróg…
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