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repercussion

noun [C usually pl]  /ˌri·pərˈkʌʃ·ən, ˌrep·ər-/ us  
the usually bad effect of an event, action, or decision: The repercussions of her comments could be serious.
Translations of “repercussion”
in Korean 영향…
in Arabic صَدى, عَواقِب…
in Portuguese repercussão…
in Catalan repercussió…
in Japanese (悪)影響, 余波…
in Italian ripercussione…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指壞的)影響,反響, 惡果…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指坏的)影响,反响, 恶果…
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