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الإنجليزية - التركية

Kamuoyu, destekçiler ve muhalifler olarak keskin bir şekilde bölündü. - Public opinion has been sharply divided into supporters and opponents.

Acımasız hükümetler sık ​​sık siyasi muhaliflerini cezaevine sokarlar. - Tyrannical governments frequently put their political opponents in prison.

{i} rakip

Rakiplerinizi küçümsemeyin. - Don't underestimate your opponents.

Onlar iyi rakiplerdi. - They were good opponents.

{s} karşıt

Karşıtlar genetik mühendisliği bitkilerin çapraz döllenme yapabileceğini ve diğer bitkilere zarar verebileceğini söylüyorlar. - Opponents say genetically engineered crops can cross-pollinate and damage other crops.

{s} karşı

Lincoln eski siyasi rakibini karşıladı. - Lincoln welcomed his old political opponent.

Aday rakibi karşısında vahşi suçlamalar yaptı. - The candidate made wild accusations against his opponent.

(Dilbilim) karşıçıkan
(Dilbilim) karşıtdaş
{s} zıt
{i} düşman
{i} karşı taraf
karşı duran
opponent team
(Spor) karşı takım
opponent court
(Spor) rakip alan
opponent process theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) karşıt süreç teorisi
opponent reception
(Spor) karşı manşet
opponent teams
(Spor) rakip takımlar
opponent's turn
(Bilgisayar) rakibinizin sırası
without an opponent
contestant, opponent
Rakip yarışmacı
equal opponent
eşit rakip
to thrash ones opponent
rakip olanlar thrash
distract the opponent
(Spor) rakibini şaşırtmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
One who objects to
An individual or group who is a rival of another
One who attempts to stop the progression of
In team sports, a player of an opposite team
one who supports the opposite side in a debate, discussion, struggle, or sport
{n} an antagonist, competitor, rival
{a} adverse, opposit, opposing, crossing
A player of the other side; a member of the partnership to which one is opposed
In a sporting contest, your opponent is the person who is playing against you. Norris twice knocked down his opponent in the early rounds of the fight
White is the opponent of black and vice-versa
{s} contradicting; opposing
{i} rival, adversary; objector; counteracting muscle (Anatomy)
a slimy individual with an ugly face
A generic term used to refer to an abstract enemy bent on subverting the security of your computer system
characterized by active hostility; "opponent (or opposing) armies"
characterized by active hostility; "opponent (or opposing) armies
Situated in front; opposite; hence, opposing; adverse; antagonistic
The competition
One who opposes; an adversary; an antagonist; a foe
The opponents of an idea or policy do not agree with it and do not want it to be carried out. opponents of the spread of nuclear weapons supporter
A player of the other side; a member of the partnership to which one is opposed (RHO, right-hand opponent; LHO, left-hand opponent)
One who opposes in a disputation, argument, or other verbal controversy; specifically, one who attacks some theirs or proposition, in distinction from the respondent, or defendant, who maintains it
A politician's opponents are other politicians who belong to a different party or who have different aims or policies. Mr Kennedy's opponent in the leadership contest He described the detention without trial of political opponents as a cowardly act. = adversary
In team sports, opponents are players on opposite teams
a contestant that you are matched against
someone who offers opposition
An opponent
An opponent
an opponent
plural of opponent
worthy opponent
comparable competitor, matching rival