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revenge US English

The action of inflicting hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong suffered at their hands

revenge tragedy US English

A style of drama, popular in England during the late 16th and 17th centuries, in which the basic plot was a quest for vengeance and which typically featured scenes of carnage and mutilation. Examples of the genre include Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy (1592) and John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi (1623)

Montezuma's revenge US English

Diarrhea suffered by travelers, especially visitors to Mexico

revenge oneself in revenge US English

Inflict hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong done to oneself

revenge is a dish best served cold US English

Vengeance is often more satisfying if it is not exacted immediately

revenge is a dish best served cold in revenge US English

Vengeance is often more satisfying if it is not exacted immediately

revenge is a dish best served or eaten cold in revenge US English

Vengeance is often more satisfying if it is not exacted immediately

revenge US Thesaurus

she is seeking revenge

revenge English-Spanish

venganza feminine

revenge is sweet! in revenge English-Spanish

el placer de la venganza

to be thirsty for revenge in thirsty English-Spanish

tener* sed, estar* sediento de venganza

some day I'll get my revenge in some English-Spanish

ya me vengaré algún día

she burned for revenge/his embrace in burn English-Spanish

deseaba ardientemente vengarse/que la abrazara

they were eager for revenge/love in eager English-Spanish

tenían sed de venganza/cariño

in revenge for the death of his father in revenge English-Spanish

como venganza por la muerte de su padre, para vengar la muerte de su padre

I'll revenge myself on him for what he's done in revenge English-Spanish

me voy a vengar de él por lo que ha hecho

I savored the sweet taste of revenge/success in savor English-Spanish

saboreé el placer de la venganza/las mieles del éxito


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