Definición de vindictive en inglés:

vindictive

Saltos de línea: vin|dic¦tive
Pronunciación: /vɪnˈdɪktɪv
 
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adjetivo

Having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge: the criticism was both vindictive and personalized
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Never the less, it also makes me extremely bitter and vindictive and say horrid things.
  • Everything conspires to bring out the worst in him as he turns petty, malicious and vindictive.
  • Though Scylla is bent, harsh, and angry, the source of her rage is not vindictive.
Sinónimos
vengeful, out for revenge, revengeful, avenging, unforgiving, grudge-bearing, resentful, ill-disposed, implacable, unrelenting, acrimonious, bitter;
informal catty, bitchy
literary malefic, maleficent

Origen

early 17th century: from Latin vindicta 'vengeance' + -ive.

Derivativos

vindictively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Captain's civilian lawyer has said the charges were vindictively added as part of an effort to cover up the military's mistake and initial overreaction.
  • When Paula vindictively sets up a date for her mother with a kindly old dullard, the film resorts to caricature and grotesque camera effects to persuade us of how unseemly the older gent's needs and desires are.
  • The judge knew we had all these debts and yet he punitively and vindictively imposed these defence costs on us as well.

vindictiveness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘Venom, vindictiveness, viciousness - that's what this case is about,’ Gunter told the jury.
  • A whole folklore exists about the humiliations, petty vindictiveness, fights and resentments associated with involuntary communal living.
  • This is a policy founded on spite and vindictiveness.

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