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schadenfreude

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈʃɑː.dənˌfrɔɪ.də/
a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction when something bad happens to someone else
幸灾乐祸
Pleasure and happinessForeign words and phrases used in English
Translations of “schadenfreude”
in Chinese (Traditional) 幸災樂禍…
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