assailant

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} saldırgan

Tom saldırganla mücadele etti ve kaçmayı başardı. - Tom struggled with his assailant and managed to escape.

Sami saldırganlarından kaçamadı. - Sami couldn't run away from his assailants.

saldıran kimse
{i} dil uzatan
{i} eleştirici
assail
üzerine atılmak
assail
saldırmak
assail
sözlerle ya da yumruklarla saldırmak
assail
işe girişmek
assail
saldır

Dan karısını öldürdü ve bunu bilinmeyen bir saldırganın işi olarak gösterdi. - Dan killed his wife and made it appear as the work of an unknown assailant.

Tom saldırganla mücadele etti ve kaçmayı başardı. - Tom struggled with his assailant and managed to escape.

assail
dil uzatmak
assail
{f} with ... yağmuruna tutmak: She assailed him with questions. Onu soru yağmuruna tuttu
assail
hücum etmek
assail
üzerine varmak
assail
dil uzatmak assailable tecavüz edilebilir
assail
mütecaviz kimse
assail
hamle etmek
assail
assailant saldırgan kimse
Englisch - Englisch
A hostile critic or opponent
Someone who attacks or assails another violently, or criminally; an attacker
one who attacks
{a} attacking, invading, setting upon
{n} one who attacks or invades
Assailing; attacking
One who, or that which, assails, attacks, or assaults; an assailer
someone who attacks another violently, or criminally
Someone's assailant is a person who has physically attacked them. Other party-goers rescued the injured man from his assailant. = attacker. someone who attacks another person = attacker
{i} attacker, assaulter, aggressor
someone who attacks
assail
{v} to assault, attack set upon
An assailant
violent
assail
If someone assails you, they attack you violently. Her husband was assailed by a young man with a knife in a Glasgow park. = attack
assail
To attack with violence, or in a vehement and hostile manner; to assault; to molest; as, to assail a man with blows; to assail a city with artillery
assail
attack in speech or writing; "The editors of the left-leaning paper attacked the new House Speaker"
assail
launch an attack or assault on; begin hostilities or start warfare with; "Hitler attacked Poland on September 1, 1939 and started World War II"; "Serbian forces assailed Bosnian towns all week"
assail
To attack morally, or with a view to produce changes in the feelings, character, conduct, existing usages, institutions; to attack by words, hostile influence, etc
assail
To attack violently
assail
If someone assails you, they criticize you strongly. The opposition's newspapers assail the government each day = attack
assail
To encounter or meet purposely with the view of mastering, as an obstacle, difficulty, or the like
assail
attack someone physically or emotionally; "The mugger assaulted the woman"; "Nightmares assailed him regularly
assail
If you are assailed by something unpleasant such as fears or problems, you are greatly troubled by a large number of them. She is assailed by self-doubt and emotional insecurity. = beset
assail
attack someone physically or emotionally; "The mugger assaulted the woman"; "Nightmares assailed him regularly"
assail
as, to assail one with appeals, arguments, abuse, ridicule, and the like
assail
{f} assault, attack in speech or writing, attack with words; set upon
assailants
plural of assailant
assailant
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