nemesis

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} intikam tanrıçası [mit.]
gözü korkutan düşman
(isim) intikam tanrıçası [mit.]
(Mitoloji) Gece'nin kızı intikam tanrıçası. Aynı zamanda o, dünyada adaleti koruyan, haklıyı haksızdan ayırd eden bir ahlak tanrıçası idi
{i} intikam
hak ettiği cezayı veren vesile
eski Yunanlıların ceza ve öç alma tanrıçası
{i} hak edilen ve kaçınılmaz ceza
{i} güçlü rakip
düşman/ceza
{i} öç
{i} adil ceza
intikam tanrıçası
nemeses
düşman/ceza
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
the goddess of divine retribution and vengeance
An archenemy
The polar opposite of a character
A punishment or defeat that is deserved and cannot be avoided
A righteous infliction of retribution manifested by an appropriate agent
The principle of retributive justice
a goddess; divinity of chastisement and vengeance
{i} goddess of punishment and revenge (Greek Mythology); tragedy written by Alfred Nobel
The goddess of divine retribution and vengeance (always capitalized)
The tenth planet, where the Black Moon family who wanted to invade the earth lived
The Decepticon starship which pursued the Ark to Earth
{i} vengeful opponent; punishment
Nemesis is the system accelerator developed by Black Scorpion Software for Falcon systems By providing a 40MHz system clock, Nemesis affords an increase to all CPU & DSP based tasks as well as providing a significant increase to FPU based calculations Additionally, Nemesis allows the use of high resolution true colour modes on a standard VGA monitor so enhancing packages which benefit from the use of extra colour
Retribution, or rather the righteous anger of God A female Greek deity, whose mother was Night
The nemesis of a person or thing is a situation, event, or person which causes them to be seriously harmed, especially as a punishment. Yet the imminent crisis in its balance of payments may be the President's nemesis. Greek goddess of retribution. In the earliest Greek religion she was worshiped as a fertility goddess. Later legends told how Zeus, in the form of a swan, coupled with her in the form of a goose. Nemesis then laid the egg from which Helen of Troy was born (in other versions Leda was said to be Helen's mother). Nemesis dealt out punishments that expressed the gods' disapproval of human presumption. Her cult was also popular in Rome, particularly among soldiers
The goddess of retribution or vengeance; hence, retributive justice personified; divine vengeance
(Greek mythology) the goddess of divine retribution and vengeance
a villain who has a particular interest in defeating a hero or group of heroes, and who is often of particular interest to the hero(es) in return
punishment or defeat that is deserved and cannot be avoided
A Coalition warship
something causes misery or death; "the bane of my life"
nemeses
Plural of nemesis
nemesis
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