Definition of 'repercussion'
Trends of 'repercussion'
Used Rarely. repercussion is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'repercussion'
British English: repercussion NOUN
If an action or event has repercussions, it causes unpleasant things to happen some time after the original action or event.
It was an effort which was to have painful repercussions.
Definition of repercussion from the Collins English Dictionary
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