coup

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İngilizce - Türkçe
zekice davranış
{i} başarılı vuruş
başarılı hareket
{i} askeri darbe

Diktatör bir askeri darbeyle iktidarı ele geçirdi. - The dictator seized power in a military coup.

başarılı bir iş
vuruş
uğurlu bir hareket
hükümet darbesi
{i} darbe

Darbeler siyaseti tehdit edebilir. - Coup d'états can threaten the politics.

Darbeyle ilgili sadece ikinci el bilgiye sahibiz. - We only have secondhand information of the coup.

(Oyunlar) kozlamak

During the bridge game to coup is always required if any shortage of card necessary.

darbeci
darbede
coup d'état
(Askeri,Politika, Siyaset) hükümet darbesi
coup d’état
(Politika, Siyaset) darbe
coup d'etat
hükümet darbesi
coup d'oeil
göz atma
coup de grace
ölüm acısına son veren darbe
coup de theatre
piyeste ani değişiklik
coup d' etat
darbe
coup d'état
Hükümet darbesi
coup de foudre
(deyim) (çoğul: coups de foudre) Beklenmedik, tahmin edilmesi güç olay; ilk görüşte aşk
coup detat
darbe detat
coup plot
Darbe komplosu, darbe plânı
coup d'etat
darbe

Türk darbesi 12 Eylül 1980'de meydana geldi. - The Turkish coup d'état occurred on September 12, 1980.

Darbeler siyaseti tehdit edebilir. - Coup d'états can threaten the politics.

coup d'état
(ku deyta') hükümet darbesi
coup de grace
son darbe
coup de grace
öldürücü darbe
coup de main
{i} ani hücum
coup de main
{i} darbe
coup d’état
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) darbe
Continuously coup regime
(Gıda) Süreklileşmiş darbe rejimi
anti-coup
(Mitholoji) Darbe karşıtı
take power in a coup
Darbeyle iktidara geçmek
a coup
darbe
a coup d'etat
Bir hükümet darbesi
a major coup
büyük bir askeri darbe
attempted coup
teşebbüs darbe
coups
darbeler
coups
darbe
military coup
(Askeri) Askeri darbe
pro-coup
Darbe yanlısı, darbe destekçisi
stage coup
(Askeri) Darbe yapmak
military coup
askeri ihtilal
turkey coup d’etat
12 eylül ihtilali
İngilizce - İngilizce
By extension, a takeover of one group by another
A quick, brilliant, and highly successful act; a triumph
A coup d'état
a brilliant and notable success
A sudden stroke; an unexpected device or stratagem; a term used in various ways to convey the idea of promptness and force
A single roll of the wheel at roulette, or a deal at rouge et noir
a sudden and decisive change of government illegally or by force
[coo ] He made a good coup A good hit or haul (French )
Among some tribes of North American Indians, the act of striking or touching an enemy in warfare with the hand or at close quarters, as with a short stick, in such a manner as by custom to entitle the doer to count the deed an act of bravery; hence, any of various other deeds recognized by custom as acts of bravery or honor
A coup is an achievement which is thought to be especially good because it was very difficult. The sale is a big coup for the auction house. Brumaire Coup of 18-19 coup d'état Fructidor Coup of 18
"to count coup" From French "coup" = strike Common practice among Plains Indians Touching a living enemy with a coup stick or with the bare hand A warrior who "counted coup" and returned home safely was considered braver than someone who killed an enemy He was honored for this act, often with an eagle feather
A coup is a unit of coppice that is felled at one time, for example, a coppice rotation with a 6 year cycle may have 6 coupes which are felled in order so that there is a harvest of timber every year for the coppice worker to market
When there is a coup, a group of people seize power in a country. a military coup They were sentenced to death for their part in April's coup attempt. = coup d'état
To make a coup
{i} sudden successful stroke; revolution, takeover, overthrow
(1) a master stroke
A coup détat
coup d'arret
A counter-attack that attempts to take advantage of an uncertain attack
coup d'etat
Alternative spelling of coup d’état

14. Coup d’Etat.

coup d'état
The sudden overthrow of a government, differing from a revolution by being carried out by a small group of people who replace only the leading figures
coup d'états
plural form of coup d’état
coup d'œil
The ability to understand much at a glance
coup de grâce
A final blow or shot given to kill a wounded person or animal
coup de maitre
Masterstroke
coup de maitre
Introduction of a catheter into the bladder via the urethra
coup de theatre
Alternative spelling of coup de théâtre
coup de théâtre
A theatrical trick or gesture, something staged for dramatic effect
coup de théâtre
A sudden or unexpected event in a play, pulled off by the author, the director, or even an actor
coup stick
A stick for touching the enemy in battle in order to count coup
coup sticks
plural form of coup stick
coup d'oeil
A brief survey, glance
coup de foudre
(deyim) (plural: coups de foudre) a sudden unforeseen event, especially love at first sight
Coup of 18 Fructidor
(Sept. 4, 1799) Purge of conservatives during the French Directory period. Fearing it was losing popularity, the government sent Gen. Pierre F.C. Augereau to command troops guarding the legislative assembly at the Tuileries. On 18 Fructidor, Year V, in the republican calendar (Sept. 4, 1799), Augereau purged more than 130 royalists and counterrevolutionaries from the legislative body; many others, including journalists and the director, were deported to French Guiana. The republican constitution was also fatally weakened, which confirmed the new power of the army and led to the Coup of 18-19 Brumaire, Year VII (Nov. 9-10, 1799), and Napoleon's military despotism
Coup of 18-19 Brumaire
(1799) French coup d'état that overthrew the Directory and substituted the Consulate, making way for the despotism of Napoleon. Planned by Emmanuel Joseph Sieyes and Charles Maurice de Talleyrand with the aid of Napoleon, the coup took place on November 9-10 (18-19 Brumaire in the French republican calendar). It is often considered the effective end of the French Revolution
coup attempt
attempted revolution, attempted overthrow of a government
coup d'état
When there is a coup d'état, a group of people seize power in a country. = coup
coup d'etat
a sudden and decisive change of government illegally or by force
coup d'etat
sudden and forcible (usually military) overthrow of a government
coup de grace
the blow that kills (usually mercifully)
coup de grace
A coup de grace is an action or event which finally destroys something, for example an institution, which has been gradually growing weaker. Irving Kristol delivered the coup de grace in a letter dated June 12: they had decided to reject the proposal. = death blow
coup de grace
merciful strike intended to end one's suffering; deathblow intended to end one who is mortally wounded; conclusive finishing act, decisive ending blow
coup de grace
(Pronounced "koo day GRAH ") A miscellaneous, full-round action that allows an attacker to attempt a killing blow against a helpless opponent A coup de grace can be administered with a melee weapon if no more than a 5-foot step is required to do so, or with a bow or crossbow if the attacker is adjacent to the opponent An attacker delivering a coup de grace automatically scores a critical hit, after which the defender must make a successful Fortitude save (DC 10+damage inflicted) or die Rogues also gain their extra sneak attack damage for this attack Delivering a coup de grace provokes attacks of opportunity from threatening foes A coup de grace is not possible against a creature immune to critical hits
coup de main
{i} sudden surprise attack, attack without warning, sudden attack carried out to surprise an enemy
coup de main
an attack without warning
coup de theatre
a highly successful theatrical production a sensational bit of stagecraft a dramatic surprise
coupé
A coupé is a car with a fixed roof, a sloping back, two doors, and seats for four people
count coup
To win prestige in battle by performing an act of bravery in the face of the enemy (such as touching him and escaping unharmed) — a ritual of the Plains Indians|Plains Indians]] of North America
counted coup
Simple past tense and past participle of count coup
counting coup
Present participle of count coup
counts coup
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of count coup
put down coup attempt
suppress an attempt at revolution, suppress an overthrow attempt
coup