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  • take revenge — index retaliate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • take revenge — hurt one who hurt you, get even    If your car is stolen, report it to the police. Don t take revenge …   English idioms

  • take revenge — verb To avenge; to get back at …   Wiktionary

  • revenge — (v.) late 14c., from O.Fr. revengier, from re , intensive prefix, + vengier take revenge, from L. vindicare to lay claim to, avenge, punish (see VINDICATE (Cf. vindicate)). To avenge is to get revenge or to take vengeance ; it suggests the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • revenge yourself on — formal : to do something to hurt (someone who has hurt you) : to take revenge on (someone) She vowed to revenge herself on her father s killer. • • • Main Entry: ↑revenge …   Useful english dictionary

  • revenge — I n. 1) to exact, get, have, take revenge on 2) sweet revenge 3) revenge for; on (to take revenge on smb. for smt.) 4) in revenge for II (BE) see avenge * * * [rɪ vendʒ] (BE) BulletNum see avenge get …   Combinatory dictionary

  • revenge — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ sweet ▪ This was sweet revenge for our defeat earlier in the season. ▪ Revenge is sweet, so they say. VERB + REVENGE ▪ seek, want …   Collocations dictionary

  • revenge — re|venge1 [ rı vendʒ ] noun uncount * 1. ) something that you do to hurt or punish someone because they have hurt you or someone else: Revenge has been given as a possible motive for the attack. revenge for: I wanted revenge for the trouble she… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • revenge — I UK [rɪˈvendʒ] / US noun [uncountable] * 1) a) something that you do to hurt or punish someone because they have hurt you or someone else Revenge was a possible motive for the attack. revenge for: I wanted revenge for the trouble she had caused …   English dictionary

  • revenge — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. &v. See retaliation. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [The act of returning an injury] Syn. vengeance, requital, reprisal, getting even, measure for measure, an eye for an eye, blow for blow, tit for tat,… …   English dictionary for students

  • revenge — revengeless, adj. revenger, n. revengingly, adv. /ri venj /, v., revenged, revenging, n. v.t. 1. to exact punishment or expiation for a wrong on behalf of, esp. in a resentful or vindictive spirit: He revenged his murdered brother. 2. to take… …   Universalium

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