A usually political policy, as of a nation or an ethnic group, intended to regain lost territory or standing. (noun)
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Use "revanche" in a sentence
"These trading people not content with an army that kept French "revanche" discreetly silent and Slav "unity" a dream of the future presumed to have a sea-born commerce that grew by leaps and bounds, and they dared to build a navy to defend and even to extend it."
"O juiz alega na sua sentença que escrevi o artigo movido por um “sentimento de revanche” contra os irmãos Maiorana."
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