Meaning of 恶果

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è guǒ (Trad.: 惡果)
evil consequence; retribution (in Buddhism)
Related Words
Antonyms: 善果
Example Sentences
But perhaps nowhere are the roadblocks to youthful enterprise so evident, and the consequences to the Japanese economy so dire, as in the failure of entrepreneurship.
And for me, this is Earth's Song, because I think nature is trying so hard to compensate for man's mismanagement of the Earth.
They blame him for the rotten economy when really, in his view, they should blame his predecessor.
Nobody knows where and when social unrest is going to happen again, nor the scale it will take. However, history suggests we should not underestimate the consequences of social chaos.
At the same time, the consequences of climate change will become so starkly apparent that continuing to emit carbon pollution at today's levels will be unacceptable.