blackmail

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} şantaj yapmak

Leyla, Sami'ye şantaj yapmakla suçlandı. - Layla was charged of blackmailing Sami.

şantaj

Ona onun tarafından şantaj yapılıyor. - She is being blackmailed by him.

Tom Mary tarafından şantaj ediliyor. - Tom is being blackmailed by Mary.

{f} para sızdırmak
karabaskı
tehditle birinden para koparma
{f} şantaj yap

Tom bana şantaj yapıyor. - Tom is blackmailing me.

Mary Tom'a şantaj yapıyor. - Mary is blackmailing Tom.

blackmailerşantajcı
{i} şantajla koparılan para
blackmail letter
şantaj mektubu
blackmailer
(isim) şantajcı
blackmailer
şantajcı

Tom bir şantajcı değil. - Tom isn't a blackmailer.

blackmails
şantaj
emotional blackmail
Duygu sömürüsü
blackmailing
şantaj

Tom, Mary'nin ona şantaj yaptığını söyledi. - Tom said Mary was blackmailing him.

Tom bana şantaj yapıyor. - Tom is blackmailing me.

political blackmail
(Askeri) siyasi şantaj
to blackmail
şantaj yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
To extort money from by exciting fears of injury other than bodily harm, as injury to reputation, distress of mind, etc.; as, to blackmail a merchant by threatening to expose an alleged fraud
Payment of money exacted by means of intimidation; also, extortion of money from a person by threats of public accusation, exposure, or censure
A certain rate of money, corn, cattle, or other thing, anciently paid, in the north of England and south of Scotland, to certain men who were allied to robbers, or moss troopers, to be by them protected from pillage
Black rent, or rent paid in corn, flesh, or the lowest coin, a opposed to white rent, which paid in silver

to extort money by threats, as of injury to one's reputation.

as, to blackmail a merchant by threatening to expose an alleged fraud
blackmail blackmailer 黑函恐嚇
disapproval If you describe an action as emotional or moral blackmail, you disapprove of it because someone is using a person's emotions or moral values to persuade them to do something against their will. The tactics employed can range from overt bullying to subtle emotional blackmail
exert pressure on someone through threats
Any payment obtained by intimidation, threats of injurious revelations or accusations The extortion of this payment A general term covering a number of statutory offences involving obtaining money and other property by using threats of violence, threats to accuse of a crime, or other menacing conduct Making an unwarranted demand with menaces with a view to gain or to cause a loss, for example, threatening to publish embarrassing material unless something is done in return, such as money or favours
If one person blackmails another person, they use blackmail against them. The government insisted that it would not be blackmailed by violence I thought he was trying to blackmail me into saying whatever he wanted. + blackmailer blackmailers black·mail·er The nasty thing about a blackmailer is that his starting point is usually the truth. to use blackmail against someone
{i} extortion, use of intimidation or force in order to obtain something (money, information, etc.)
extortion of money by threats to divulge discrediting information
Black rent, or rent paid in corn, flesh, or the lowest coin, a opposed to white rent", which paid in silver. To levy blackmail, to extort money by threats, as of injury to ones reputation
To extort money from by exciting fears of injury other than bodily harm, as injury to reputation, distress of mind, etc
Blackmail is the action of threatening to reveal a secret about someone, unless they do something you tell them to do, such as giving you money. It looks like the pictures were being used for blackmail
Black rent, or rent paid in corn, flesh, or the lowest coin, a opposed to "white rent", which paid in silver
The act of obtaining money by threats of injury to a person or his or her reputation or social standing
{f} extort money, obtain (money, information, etc.) through threat or intimidation
extortion of money by threats to divulge discrediting information obtain through threats exert pressure on someone through threats
obtain through threats
blackmail letters
threatening letters, letters which demand payment or something bad will happen
Blackmail.
sanctification
emotional blackmail
The psychological misuse of a person's emotions or insecurities in order to influence their behaviour
blackmailed
past of blackmail
blackmailer
{i} one who extorts money
blackmailer
Someone who blackmails
blackmailer
One who extorts, or endeavors to extort, money, by black mailing
blackmailer
a criminal who extorts money from someone by threatening to expose embarrassing information about them
blackmailing
The act or practice of extorting money by exciting fears of injury other than bodily harm, as injury to reputation
blackmailing
present participle of blackmail
blackmails
third-person singular of blackmail
give in to blackmail
yield to extortion
political blackmail
extortion that is done for political purposes
blackmail

    Silbentrennung

    black·mail

    Türkische aussprache

    bläkmeyl

    Aussprache

    /ˈblakˌmāl/ /ˈblækˌmeɪl/

    Etymologie

    [ 'blak-"mAl ] (noun.) 1552. From black + mail (“a piece of money”). The word is variously derived from the word for tribute (in modern terms, protection racket) paid by English and Scottish border dwellers to Border Reivers in return for immunity from raids and other harassment. This tribute was paid in goods or labour (reditus nigri, or "blackmail"); the opposite is blanche firmes or reditus albi, or "white rent" (denoting payment by silver). Alternatively, Mckay derives it from two Scottish Gaelic words blathaich pronounced (the th silent) bl-aich (to protect) and mal (tribute, payment). He notes that the practice was common in the Highlands of Scotland as well as the Borders.

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