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revenge
American English: /rəˈvɛndʒ/
British English: /rɪˈvɛn(d)ʒ/

Translation of revenge in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • to seek revenge
    buscar venganza
    to take (one's) revenge
    vengarse
    in revenge for the death of his father
    como venganza por la muerte de su padre
    para vengar la muerte de su padre
    revenge is sweet!
    el placer de la venganza

transitive verb

  • (insult/defeat)
    to be revenged (on somebody)
    vengarse (de alguien)
    at last I am revenged!
    ¡por fin me he vengado!
    I'll be revenged on you for this!
    ¡me vengaré de ustedes por esto!
    Example sentences
    • He is the wildly popular or beloved hero who revenges wrongs against the nation.
    • As they are about to take their leave, Don Quijote offers thanks to the innkeeper and offers to revenge any wrongs ever done to him.
    • The leaders of the rival gang are looking over their shoulders for the Westies, who have yet to revenge the murder of Bernard Sugg, brother of Stephen, last August.

reflexive verb

  • to revenge oneself (on somebody)
    vengarse (de alguien)
    I'll revenge myself on him for what he's done
    me voy a vengar de él por lo que ha hecho

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