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is the a big difference between avenge and revenge????

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To avenge is to punish a wrong with the idea of seeing justice done. Revenge is harsher and/or less concerned with justice than with retaliating by inflicting harm. Her father avenged her death by working to have the man arrested, tried, and convicted, while her boyfriend took revenge by killing the man's wife.
oh thanx....so avenging is better?
depends on the context generally you avenge something done to u or near ones i.e you avenge you take revenge for done to you i.e. you TAKE revenge

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oh nice than ey!
Revenge is about getting even with a tone of malice. Avenge is more in the tone of correcting a wrong and setting the record straight.
oh just like interfere and intervene.....
Also, avenge is a verb while revenge is a noun, aka "to avenge her death" or "he became obsessed with revenge."

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