terrorize

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to fill (someone) with terror; to terrify
to coerce (someone) by using threats or violence
coerce by violence or with threats
To impress with terror; to coerce by intimidation
fill with terror; frighten greatly
ter·ror·ize terrorizes terrorizing terrorized in BRIT, also use terrorise If someone terrorizes you, they keep you in a state of fear by making it seem likely that they will attack you. Bands of gunmen have hijacked food shipments and terrorized relief workers. to deliberately frighten people by threatening to harm them, especially so they will do what you want be terrorized into doing sth
{f} terrify, intimidate, dominate or coerce through intimidation (also terrorise)
terrorise
To inflict someone with terror; to terrify

Though unusual in the Dublin area he knew that it was not by any means unknown for desperadoes who had next to nothing to live on to be abroad waylaying and generally terrorising peaceable pedestrians by placing a pistol at their head.

terrorizer
Someone who terrorizes, who induces terror, a terror
terrorise
To coerce (someone) by using threats or violence
terrorise
{f} terrify, intimidate, dominate or coerce through intimidation (also terrorize)
terrorise
To fill (someone) with terror; to terrify
terrorise
coerce by violence or with threats
terrorise
fill with terror; frighten greatly
terrorised
past of terrorise
terrorises
third-person singular of terrorise
terrorising
present participle of terrorise
terrorization
{i} frightening, scaring, terrifying
terrorization
an act of terrorism to inspire with fear
terrorized
past of terrorize
terrorizes
third-person singular of terrorize
terrorizing
present participle of terrorize
terrorize
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