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ret·ri·bu·tion
[re-truh-byoo-shuhn]
NOUN
1.
requital according to merits or deserts, especially for evil.
2.
something given or inflicted in such requital.
3.
Theology. the distribution of rewards and punishments in a future life.
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Retribution may refer to: Punishment · Retributive justice, a theory of justice that considers proportionate punishment an acceptable response to crime.

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Retribution definition, requital according to merits or deserts, especially for evil. See more.

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Define retribution: punishment for doing something wrong — retribution in a sentence.

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Retribution is the act of taking revenge. If you pull a prank on someone, expect retribution.

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'employees asked not to be named, saying they feared retribution'. 'Minos threatened war against Athens in retribution for his son's death'. 'divine retribution '.

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retribution meaning, definition, what is retribution: deserved and severe punishment: . Learn more.

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English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. Latin, from retribuere (“assign again”). Pronunciation[edit]. IPA: /ˌɹɛtɹɪˈbjuʃən/. Noun[edit]. retribution (countable and ...