English version

with a vengeance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith a vengeancewith a vengeanceLOT/VERY MUCHwith great force or more effort than before The music started up again with a vengeance. vengeance
Examples from the Corpus
with a vengeanceAnd the big grin was back with a vengeance.The storm struck the Carolina coast with a vengeance.If the product works as advertised, it could promote downsizing with a vengeance.But the realities of flying kept kicking in with a vengeance.Davis began incorporating funk, rock and electric instrumentation with a vengeance.Hit the free-agent market with a vengeance.Spurred by the profit motive, the shops tackled problems with a vengeance.Ireland, an issue that resurfaced with a vengeance the day after the election, is a case in point.
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