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Tenses: menaces, menacing, menaced

Related:
active menace
menacingly
passive menace
physical menace
to menace
 
Etymology: [ 'me-n&s ] (noun.) 14th century. First attested ante 1300: from the Old French manace, menace, from the Latin minācia, from minax (“threatening”), from minor (“I threaten”).
Synonyms: annoyance, caution, commination, hazard, intimidation, jeopardy, nuisance, peril, plague, risk, scare, threat, thunder, trouble, troublemaker, warning, alarm, bad-eye, browbeat
Antonyms: aid, assistance, help, assist
1 tehdit  isim
2 tehdit etmek
3 gözdağı vermek
4 tehlike
5 korku
6 göz dağı vermek
7 gözdağı
8 tehdit et  fiil
9 tehdit eden şey  isim
10 tehdit eden
11 (isim) tehdit
12 sey
13 bela/tehdit
14 menacingly tehdit ederek
15menacing tehdit edici  isim
16menacingly tehditkar bir şekilde
17menacing tehdit etme
18menacing tehdit ederek
19menacingly tehdit eder bir şekilde
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20 to make threats (against someone); to intimidate
21 the act of threatening
22 a perceived threat or danger
23 to endanger someone or something; to imperil or jeopardize
24 a dangerous person
25 threaten, endanger  fiil
26 The show of an intention to inflict evil; a threat or threatening; indication of a probable evil or catastrophe to come
27 a threat or the act of threatening; "he spoke with desperate menace"
28 To express or show an intention to inflict, or to hold out a prospect of inflicting, evil or injury upon; to threaten; usually followed by with before the harm threatened; as, to menace a country with war
29 To act in threatening manner; to wear a threatening aspect
30 threat
31 To threaten, as an evil to be inflicted
32 pose a threat to; present a danger to; "The pollution is endangering the crops"
33 express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture; "he menaced the bank manager with a stick"
34 If you say that one thing menaces another, you mean that the first thing is likely to cause the second thing serious harm. The European states retained a latent capability to menace Britain's own security. = threaten
35 Menace is a quality or atmosphere that gives you the feeling that you are in danger or that someone wants to harm you. a voice full of menace
36 threat; danger; bother  isim
37 If you say that someone or something is a menace to other people or things, you mean that person or thing is likely to cause serious harm. In my view you are a menace to the public. the menace of fascism = threat
38 You can refer to someone or something as a menace when you want to say that they cause you trouble or annoyance. You're a menace to my privacy, Kenworthy = nuisance
39 Coercion, pressure A threatening act which is aimed at forcing a person to act against their wishes
40 If you are menaced by someone, they threaten to harm you. She's being menaced by her sister's latest boyfriend. = threaten. to threaten
41 something that is a source of danger; "earthquakes are a constant threat in Japan"
42 express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture; "he menaced the bank manager with a stick
43 Operational code name for Allied operations at Dakar - September 1940
44 act in a threatening manner; "A menacing person"
45 a card that an opponent must guard lest it become a winner
46 A threat of force or improper action against a person or property in order to induce a party to act
47 a threat or the act of threatening; "he spoke with desperate menace" something that is a source of danger; "earthquakes are a constant threat in Japan" act in a threatening manner; "A menacing person" express a threat either by an utterance or a gesture; "he menaced the bank manager with a stick
48 one who or one that is a threat; danger
49 A threat to commit duress
50menaced subject to menaces; threatened
51menaced Simple past tense and past participle of menace
52menacing Present participle of menace
53menacing Threatening
54menacing Suggesting imminent harm
55menaced past of menace
56menacer One who menaces
57menacing threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments; "a baleful look"; "forbidding thunderclouds"; "his tone became menacing"; "ominous rumblings of discontent"; "sinister storm clouds"; "a sinister smile"; "his threatening behavior"; "ugly black clouds"; "the situation became ugly"
58menacing dangerous; threatening  sıfat
59menacing If someone or something looks menacing, they give you a feeling that they are likely to cause you harm or put you in danger. The strong dark eyebrows give his face an oddly menacing look = threatening + menacingly men·ac·ing·ly A group of men suddenly emerged from a doorway and moved menacingly forward to block her way. making you expect something unpleasant = threatening
60menacingly In a menacing manner
61menacingly in a menacing manner; "the voice at the other end of the line dropped menacingly"
62menacingly In a threatening manner
63menacingly in a menacing manner; "the voice at the other end of the line dropped menacingly
64menacingly threateningly, dangerously
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