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He's just like the villain out of a James Bond film.
The real villains are the companies that get their products made by low-paid workers.
In the debate about global warming, coal-fired power stations are usually seen as the prime villains.
This is the British English definition of villain. View American English definition of villain.
money, food, or clothes given to poor people