thug

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الإنجليزية - التركية
cani
gangster
şaki
haydut

O sıradan bir hayduttan başka bir şey değil. - He's nothing more than a common thug.

Sami, Leyla'ya saldıran haydutlardan birini tanıdı. - Sami recognized one of the thugs who assaulted Layla.

katil
{i} eşkıya
thug it out
Acı veren bir olay karşısında dayanmak
thug for hire
Kiralık katil
thuggery
adam öldürme
in particular, a tough, a thug
özellikle, sert bir katil
thuggery
{i} haydutluk
thuggery
katillik
thuggery
eşkıyalık
thuggery
eşkiyalık
التركية - التركية
Hindistan'da insan öldürme törenine yer veren bir tarikatın üyesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A criminal who treats others violently and roughly, especially for hire
One of a band of assassins formerly active in northern India who worshipped Kali and offered their victims to her
One of an association of robbers and murderers in India who practiced murder by stealthy approaches, and from religious motives
{i} killer; gangster; assassin; robber; hoodlum
They have been nearly exterminated by the British government
disapproval You can refer to a violent person or criminal as a thug. the cowardly thugs who mug old people. a violent man (thag , from sthaga )
an aggressive and violent young criminal
An assassin; a ruffian; a rough
thug it out
Endure excruciating pain, hardship or struggle
thug life
(deyim) An expression evolved by the late Tupac Shakur. Commonly mistaken for a Criminal. Thug Life is the opposite of someone having all he needs to succeed. Thug life is when you have nothing, and succeed, when you have overcome all obstacles to reach your aim

When my heart beats, it screams THUG LIFE.

A thug
bruiser
thuggery
The brutal or violent act of thugs
thuggery
Thuggery is rough, violent behaviour. violent behaviour in which people fight and attack others
thuggery
Thuggee
thuggery
violent or brutal acts as of thugs
thuggery
{i} lawless violence, brutal acts carried out by thugs
thuggish
disapproval If you describe a person or their behaviour as thuggish, you mean they behave in a violent, rough, or threatening way. The owner of the stall, a large, thuggish man, grabbed Dai by the collar. thuggish behaviour is violent behaviour in which people fight and attack others
thuggish
Of or pertaining to thuggery
thugs
plural of thug
thug

    التركية النطق

    thʌg

    النطق

    /ˈᴛʜəg/ /ˈθʌɡ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ th&g ] (noun.) 1810. From Hindi (thuggee) (or ठग्गी (tuggee)) Marathi (thag, “thief”), (thak, “swindler”) Sanskrit स्थग (sthaga, “cunning, fraudulent”) स्थगति (sthagati, “to cover, conceal”) Thuggee was an Indian network of secret fraternities who were engaged in murdering and robbing travellers and known for strangling their victims, operating from the 17th century (possibly as early as 13th century) to the 19th century. During British Imperial rule of India, many Indian words passed into common English, and in 1810 thug referred to members of these Indian gangs. The sense was adopted more generally as "ruffian, cutthroat" by 1839.

    رصف المشتركة

    thug out, thug life, thug it out

    فيديوهات

    ... will cease to walk if you get behind on payments on them. That means that any thug who buys ...

    كلمة اليوم

    mojo
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