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Definition of grudge noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



grudge (against somebody)
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a feeling of anger or dislike toward someone because of something bad they have done to you in the past Ibear him no grudge. He has a grudge against the world. She has harbored a grudge against me for years. I don't hold any grudges now. He's a man with a grudge. They beat us in a grudge match (= a match where there is strong dislike between the teams).
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