torturer

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} işkenceci
{i} acı çektiren kimse
{i} sıkıntı veren şey
torture
(Hukuk) işkence

ABD'de, onlardan bilgi almak için insanlara işkence yapmak yasaktır. - In the U.S., it is illegal to torture people in order to get information from them.

Kız arkadaşını başka bir adamla görmesi işkenceydi. - It was torture for him to see his girlfriend with another man.

torture
{i} eziyet
torture
{i} işkence, işkence etme/yapma
torture
{f} işkence etmek/yapmak
torture
{i} ızdırap
torture
işkence yapmak

Leyla, Sami'ye işkence yapmak istedi. - Layla wanted to torture Sami.

Sami ona yaptıklarından dolayı Leyla'ya işkence yapmak istedi. - Sami wanted to torture Layla for what she did to him.

torture
işkence yapma

Amerika'da güvenlik güçlerinin bilgi almak için işkence yapması yasal değildir. - It is illegal in the United States for law enforcement to use torture to get information.

Sami ona yaptıklarından dolayı Leyla'ya işkence yapmak istedi. - Sami wanted to torture Layla for what she did to him.

torture
zulmetmek
torture
tazip etmek
torture
ıstırap
torture
{f} işkence et

Maurice Papon kime işkence etti? - Who did Maurice Papon torture?

Onlar, tutukluya önce işkence ettiler ve sonra onu öldürdüler. - They tortured the prisoner first and then killed him.

torture
işkence etmek

Leyla, Sami'ye işkence etmek istedi. - Layla wanted to torture Sami.

torturers
İşkenceciler
torture
elem
torture
eziyet etmek
torture
işkence yap

Amerika'da güvenlik güçlerinin bilgi almak için işkence yapması yasal değildir. - It is illegal in the United States for law enforcement to use torture to get information.

Tom'a işkence yapacaklar. - They're going to torture Tom.

torture
azap
torture
{f} çektirmek
torture
{f} çarpıtmak
torture
biçimini bozmak
torture
azap vermek
torture
eza
torture
anlamını değiştirmek
torture
ezinç
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{n} one who tortures, one who torments
someone who inflicts severe physical pain
A torturer is someone who tortures people
{i} one who tortures, tormentor, persecutor
someone who tortures
One who tortures; a tormentor
torture
Intentional causing of somebody's experiencing agony

People confess to anything under torture.

torture
To wrest from the proper meaning; to distort
torture
{v} to punsih by torture, distress, vex
torture
unbearable physical pain subject to torture; "The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible
torture
{f} inflict excruciating pain, torment, agonize
torture
unbearable physical pain
torture
To keep on the stretch, as a bow
torture
Extreme pain; anguish of body or mind; pang; agony; torment; as, torture of mind
torture
the act of torturing someone; "it required unnatural torturing to extract a confession" unbearable physical pain subject to torture; "The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible
torture
To intentionally force someone to experience agony
torture
If someone is tortured, another person deliberately causes them great pain over a period of time, in order to punish them or to make them reveal information. French police are convinced that she was tortured and killed They never again tortured a prisoner in his presence. Torture is also a noun. alleged cases of torture and murder by the security forces
torture
To punish with torture; to put to the rack; as, to torture an accused person
torture
torment emotionally or mentally
torture
To torture someone means to cause them to suffer mental pain or anxiety. He would not torture her further by trying to argue with her She tortured herself with fantasies of Bob and his new girlfriend. = torment
torture
The act or process of torturing
torture
To intentionally inflict pain or suffering on (someone)
torture
the act of distorting something so it seems to mean something it was not intended to mean
torture
If you say that something is torture or a torture, you mean that it causes you great mental or physical suffering. Waiting for the result was torture. Infliction of intolerable physical or psychological pain. Torture has been used by governments throughout history for punishment, coercion, and intimidation and for extracting confessions and information. A common practice in ancient times, it was defended by Aristotle but eloquently opposed by Cicero, Seneca, and St. Augustine. Beginning in the 12th century, torture was increasingly used in Europe; from the mid-14th through the 18th century it was a common part of the legal proceedings of most European countries. The Roman Catholic church supported its use by the Inquisition in cases of heresy. Common instruments of torture were the strappado (for repeatedly hoisting the body by the wrists behind the back and dropping it), the rack (for stretching the limbs and body), and the thumbscrew (for crushing the thumbs). By 1800 torture was illegal in many European countries, but it became common again in the 20th century, notably in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, and it is still widely practiced in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East. In 1984 the United Nations adopted an international convention against torture and other forms of cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment. By the early 21st century some 130 countries were party to the convention. The belief that only sadists are capable of committing torture was challenged by a study in the 1960s that found that ordinary people could be easily persuaded to inflict pain on others
torture
The "suffering of the heart" imposed by one on another, as in personal relationships
torture
intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain; "an agony of doubt"; "the torments of the damned"
torture
the act of torturing someone; "it required unnatural torturing to extract a confession"
torture
subject to torture; "The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible"
torture
To put to torture; to pain extremely; to harass; to vex
torture
{i} infliction of excruciating pain, torment, pain, anguish
torture
Especially, severe pain inflicted judicially, either as punishment for a crime, or for the purpose of extorting a confession from an accused person, as by water or fire, by the boot or thumbkin, or by the rack or wheel
torture
extreme mental distress
torturers
plural of torturer
torturer
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