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wreak revenge/vengeance (on somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwreak revenge/vengeance (on somebody)wreak revenge/vengeance (on somebody)formal to do something unpleasant to someone to punish them for something they have done to you He promised to wreak vengeance on those who had betrayed him. wreak
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wreak revenge/vengeance (on somebody)First, Burghgesh could have survived and come back to wreak vengeance.It is hardly surprising that it should occasionally wreak vengeance on its executioner.
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