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retaliation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/riˌtalēˈāSHən/,
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retaliations, plural;
  1. The action of returning a military attack; counterattack
    • - the bombings are believed to be in retaliation for the trial of 15 suspects
  2. The action of harming someone because they have harmed oneself; revenge
    • - protectionism invites retaliation

  1. action taken in return for an injury or offense
  2. (retaliate) revenge: take revenge for a perceived wrong; "He wants to avenge the murder of his brother"
  3. (retaliate) make a counterattack and return like for like, especially evil for evil; "The Empire strikes back"; "The Giants struck back and won the opener"; "The Israeli army retaliated for the Hamas bombing"
  4. (retaliatory) of or relating to or having the nature of retribution; "retributive justice demands an eye for an eye"
  5. Retaliation is the second and final album by the Brooklyn crossover thrash band Carnivore. It was released in 1987 by Roadrunner Records, and later released on CD in 1991 without tracks 4 and 9.
  6. Retaliation is the fourth album by rapper, Keak da Sneak. It was released on January 15, 2002 for Black Market Records and was produced by Sean T, Keak da Sneak and One Drop Scott. It sold 2,500 copies on its first week on shelves.
  7. "Retaliation" is a single by Hip Hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, the third released from their second album Violent by Design, following "Heavenly Divine" and "Genghis Khan". Released in 2001, the single was the group's last release on self-run Superegular Recordings . ...
  8. (Retaliate) Revenge (also known as vengeance) is a harmful action against a person or group as a response to a real or perceived grievance. ...
  9. (Retaliate (album)) Retaliate is the debut album of Maryland death metal band Misery Index.
  10. Violent response to an act of harm or perceived injustice; An act of violent response
  11. (retaliate) To do something harmful or negative to get revenge for some harm; to fight back or respond in kind to an injury or affront
  12. (retaliatory) Relating to or part of a retaliation
  13. (Retaliate) Punishment in kind; to return an injury, wrong for one given
  14. (Retaliating) However, Axelrod contended, the successful strategy must not be a blind optimist. It must always retaliate. An example of a non-retaliating strategy is Always Cooperate. This is a very bad choice, as "nasty" strategies will ruthlessly exploit such softies.
  15. (Retaliatory) Revengeful; used to describe something unpleasant done to someone because the person has done something unpleasant to you.
  16. A prohibited employment action (e.g., termination or discipline) taken against a person as a result of a his or her participation in a legally protected activity such as filing a charge of discrimination or lawsuit, joining a collective action, class action or giving testimony in a ...
  17. Action taken by a country to restrain its imports from a country that has increased a tariff or imposed other measures that adversely affect its exports in a manner inconsistent with GATT.
  18. Individuals who exercise their rights under that ADA are protected from those who would take steps to "pay them back" for their actions.
  19. means an adverse action taken against an individual who has, in Good Faith, participated in a Misconduct Proceeding (as Complainant, witness, Review Panel member, Inquiry Panel member, Investigative Committee member, Counsel, Advisor, Responsible Administrator, or RIO) or otherwise cooperated in ...
  20. (in  Bradford (county, Pennsylvania, United States))
  21. Retaliation is when an employer takes punitive actions against individuals who exercise their legal rights. Employers are prohibited by equal opportunity laws from retaliating against individuals who file discrimination complaints or participate in an investigation.
  22. Any adverse action taken against an employee who has raised civil rights concerns, participated in a civil rights investigation, or reported suspected misconduct when business related reasons do not exist for the action or the action is outside of regular practice. ...
  23. Any adverse employment or educational activity or conduct which is directed at a complainant or witness as a reprisal for opposing any activity or conduct which is a violation of the College's Equal Employment and Education Policies, and/or federal and state Equal Employment and Equal Education law
  24. This is when a landlord tries to punish a tenant because the tenant complained about something. In Vermont a landlord may not retaliate against a tenant by changing the rental terms or trying to evict after a tenant complained of a housing problem.
  25. Tagmul in Hebrew. Often used as a pretext.