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enmity
'ɛnmɪtiː
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The feeling of a hostile person.
  2. A state of deep-seated ill-will.
Hyphenationen•mi•ty
Part of Speech(名) noun
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敌意díyìenmity; hostility
憎恨zēnghènto detest; hatred
衅隙xìnxìenmity
xiéenmity; animus; ill-will
冤仇yuānchóurancor; enmity; hatred resulting from grievances
yuàn(ancient form of ) hatred; enmity; resentment, to complain; to blame; to impute
qiúhatred; grudge; enmity; animosity, (interchangeable ) to save; to relieve; to rescue; to deliver; to aid
jué(corrupted form of ) crazy; mad, anger; angry, idiotic; silly; stupid, ill-will; enmity; animus
yuǎnto console; to comfort; to soothe; to show sympathy for, ill-will; enmity; animus
chóuhatred; animosity; enmity; foe; enemy; to feel animosity toward (the wealthy, foreigners etc)
xiánto dislike; suspicion; resentment; enmity; abbr. for 嫌犯, criminal suspect
仇恨chóuhènto hate; hatred; enmity; hostility
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