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rancour

US [ˈræŋkər]
UK [ˈræŋkə(r)]
  • n.怨恨;怨毒
  • Web冤仇;敌意;深仇
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怨恨;怨毒feelings of hatred and a desire to hurt other people, especially because you think that sb has done sth unfair to you
She learned to accept criticism without rancour .
她学会了坦然接受批评而不怀恨在心。

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