名词: revenger 过去式: revenged 过去分词: revenged 现在分词: revenging 第三人称单数: revenges
1.action taken in return for an injury or offense
1.take revenge for a perceived wrong
e.g. He wants to avenge the murder of his brother
Revenge involves hurting or punishing someone who has hurt or harmed you.
e.g. The attackers were said to be takingrevenge on the 14-year-old, claiming he was a school bully...
e.g. The killings were said to have been inrevenge for the murder of her lover.
If yourevenge yourself on someone who has hurt you, you hurt them in return.
e.g. The Sunday Mercury accused her of trying torevenge herself on her former lover...
e.g. ...the relatives of murdered villagers wanting torevenge the dead.
1. 报复：我们要记住--这与政治或金钱无关,也不是为了报复(revenge)烟草行业过去的行为,我们并不试图让烟草公司关门. 我们是要他们不再向孩子们出售香烟. 这个星期参议院取得的进步表明在两党中都有完成这项任务的势头(momentum). 最后,
We resolved to revenge ourselves on him.
He revenged himself on the murderer.
The cat revenged itself on the teasing boy by scratching him.
Hamlet revenged his father's death on his uncle.
I have taken A full revenge for your unnatural feast.出自：Shelley
Plato held that revenge was wrong.出自：C. Geikie
People who write against Freud are motivated by a desire for revenge.出自：J. Malcolm
The murder might..have to do with revenge.出自：M. Marrin