Translation of rencor in English:

rencor

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  • no te guardo rencor por lo ocurrido I bear you no malice o I don't bear you any grudge for what happened, I don't feel resentful o bitter about what happened intentémoslo otra vez, sin rencores ¿de acuerdo? let's try again, and no hard feelings, OK? [familiar/colloquial] aún siento mucho rencor por lo que me hizo I still feel very resentful o/or bitter about what he did to me su rencor le impide perdonar y olvidar her feelings of rancor o/or her bitter feelings will not allow her to forgive and forget

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