1rencilla femeninobefore noun a grudge fight — un ajuste de cuentas
- For example, one might carry a grudge or feelings of guilt for years.
- I have also learned that journalists hold grudges far longer and over a lot less than studio executives.
- The difference between nursing a grudge and committing to a war should be obvious.
- "No sense in holding grudges, " Lucy replied.
- I'll only harbour a grudge against you for the rest of my life.
- They intend to interview friends, former colleagues, ex-girlfriends, even former classmates - anyone who may have held a grudge against him.
- He held a grudge against me, and so he made up lies to slander me.
- Sources later explained that he was thought to be harbouring a grudge against the Prime Minister.
- We simply have more important business to attend to right now than nursing an old grudge.
- Balancing George's long-held grudges, however, was his tenacious loyalty.
- Is it spontaneous, promulgated by a third party, or the result of a growing, longstanding grudge?
- Maybe we have old grudges that darken our perspective.
- I tend to hold personal, self-deprecating grudges for a bit.
- There is no point bearing grudges if you want to do well.
- She had fallen in love, and he had harbored a grudge ever since.
- Elephants are renowned for their long memories and are not unknown to bear grudges.
- "It turned out that she had a petty grudge against both of us.
- Boy, these guys sure do bear a grudge, don't they?
- We draw up alliances with loyalties thicker than blood and we nurse old grudges with photographic memories.
- Do you have a longstanding grudge against a relative?