In Japanese, sometimes the word “revenge” is used to mean a second attempt after a failure. If a class does a poor job on an assignment at school, the teacher might say the next similar assignment is “revenge”, or a chance to make up for the previous poor performance. In English, though, “revenge” means to “get back at” (hurt) someone who hurt you. An assignment or contest in which you performed poorly cannot feel mental or physical pain, so you can’t actually take revenge on it.