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Pronunciation of Enemy: Learn how to pronounce Enemy in English correctly

Learn how to say Enemy correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word enemy:

noun (plural enemies)
a person who is actively opposed or hostile to someone or something:
the traditional enemies of his tribe
Nigel made many enemies
this man was her sworn enemy
(the enemy) [treated as singular or plural] a hostile nation or its armed forces, especially in time of war:
the enemy shot down four helicopters
[as modifier]:
enemy aircraft
a thing that harms or weakens something else:
routine is the enemy of art
Phrases
be one’s own worst enemy
act in a way contrary to one’s own interests:
I try my best, but he’s his own worst enemy
make an enemy of
cause (someone) to start feeling hostile to one:
you really don’t want to make an enemy of your girlfriend’s best mate
Origin:
Middle English: from Old French enemi, from Latin inimicus, from in- ‘not’ + amicus ‘friend’