disarm

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} silâhsızlandırmak
silahsızlandırmak
(Askeri) SİLAHSIZLANDIRMAK: Mütecavizin silahlarını, özellikle hafif ateşli silahlarını almak
{f} güvenini kazanmak
{f} zararsız hale getirmek
yatıştırmak
silahını al
yumuşatmak
silahını almak
(ülke) silahsızlanmak
silahsizlandir
{f} zararsız duruma getirmek
{f} silâhsızlanmak
silahını al,silahsızlandır
bir memleketin silahlı kuvvetlerinin sayısını azaltmak veya sınırlama
şüpheyi bertaraf etmek
{f} şüphesini gidermek
silahları bırakmak
dost kazanmak
silâhını elinden almak
{f} silâhsız bırakmak
{f} silâhı bırakmak
{f} silahsızlandırmak; silahsızlanmak
silahtan tecrit etmek
disarmament
{i} silâhsızlanma

Birçok ülke nükleer silahsızlanma anlaşmasını imzaladı. - Numerous countries have signed a nuclear disarmament agreement.

Silahsızlanmayı savunmalısın. - You should advocate disarmament.

disarming
kendini sevdiren
disarmament
silahsızlanma

Birçok ülke nükleer silahsızlanma anlaşmasını imzaladı. - Numerous countries have signed a nuclear disarmament agreement.

Süper güçler silahsızlanmada önemli gelişme yaptılar. - The superpowers made significant progress in disarmament.

disarming
dost kazandırıcı
to disarm
silahsızlandırmak
disarmament
(Askeri) SİLAHLARI AZALTMA, SİLAHSIZLANDIRMA, SİLAHSIZLANMA: Bir askeri teşkilatı, uluslararası anlaşma ile tespit edilen seviyeye indirmek. Bak. "arms control", "arms control agreement", "arms control measure"
disarmament
silahların sınırlandırılması
disarmament
{i} zararsız hale getirme
disarmament
{i} silâhları bırakma
disarming
{s} zararsız hale getiren
disarming
uzlaştırıcı
disarming
{s} yatıştıran
disarming
yumuşat/silahsızlan
Englisch - Englisch
To deprive of the means or the disposition to harm; to render harmless or innocuous; as, to disarm a man's wrath
To deprive of arms; to take away the weapons of; to deprive of the means of attack or defense; to render defenseless
to deprive of weapons
{v} to take way arms, confound, foil
remove offensive capability from take away the weapons from; render harmless make less hostile; win over; "Her charm disarmed the prosecution lawyer completely
An action of the blade or body that forces the weapon from the hand of ones opponent in combat
Turn the alarm system OFF so that intrusion into protected areas will not cause an alarm to be raised
make less hostile; win over; "Her charm disarmed the prosecution lawyer completely"
To deprive of the means or the disposition to harm; to render harmless or innocuous; as, to disarm a mans wrath
If a country or group disarms, it gives up the use of weapons, especially nuclear weapons. There has also been a suggestion that the forces in Lebanon should disarm
{f} demilitarize, take away weapons; take away the power to injure or harm; charm, pacify, allay suspicions
To disarm a person or group means to take away all their weapons. We will agree to disarming troops and leaving their weapons at military positions
To turn off or de-active the Alarm System
If a person or their behaviour disarms you, they cause you to feel less angry, hostile, or critical towards them. His unease disarmed her
remove offensive capability from
take away the weapons from; render harmless
Attacker makes opposed check with defender using Combat scores; if defender loses, his weapon is removed from him
A miscellaneous action in combat enabling an attacker to remove a weapon from an opponent’s hands Any such attempt provokes an attack of opportunity from the defender, which occurs before the disarm attempt is resolved Next, the attacker and defender make opposed attack rolls with their respective weapons If the weapons are different sizes, the combatant with the larger one gets a bonus of +4 per difference in size category on the attack roll A defender using a weapon in two hands gains an additional +4 bonus to the roll If the attacker wins the roll, the weapon is either on the ground at the defender’s feet (if the attacker was already armed) or in the attacker’s hands (if the attacker made the attempt unarmed) If the attacker loses the roll, the attempt fails, and the defender may immediately try to disarm the attacker with the same sort of opposed attack roll The amount of time needed for a disarm attempt varies with the results
disarmed
{a} deprived of arms, stript, confuted
To disarm
unarm
disarmament
The reduction, limitation or complete abandonment of a nation's armed forces and military equipment (nuclear disarmament - abandonment of nuclear weapons)
disarmament
Action of disarming
disarmament
act of reducing or depriving of arms; "the disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete"
disarmament
The reduction or destruction of weapons, usually as negotiated between countries or groups of countries
disarmament
reducing the number of weapons and troops, usually according to the terms of a treaty
disarmament
the act of disarming; reduction of military forces and equipment
disarmament
The reduction or the abolition of the military forces and armaments of a nation, and of its capability to wage war
disarmament
{i} demilitarization, weapons reduction
disarmament
The act of disarming
disarmament
a strong action which causes the opponent to lose his blade
disarmament
To lay aside armament, to reduce armament and armed forces
disarmament
Disarmament is the act of reducing the number of weapons, especially nuclear weapons, that a country has. the pace of nuclear disarmament. when a country reduces the number of weapons it has, or the size of its army, navy etc. Reduction in armaments by one or more nations. Arms reductions may be imposed by a war's victors on the defeated (as happened after Germany's defeat in World War I). Bilateral disarmament agreements may apply to a specific area (such an agreement has kept the Great Lakes weapon-free since 1817). The term is most commonly used for multilateral reduction and limitation agreements, particularly in the context of nuclear weapons. See also arms control
disarmed
Deprived of arms
disarmed
Deprived of claws, and teeth or beaks
disarmed
past of disarm
disarmer
One who disarms
disarming
act of reducing or depriving of arms; "the disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete"
disarming
capable of allaying suspicion or hostility and inspiring confidence; "a disarming smile"
disarming
present participle of disarm
disarming
If someone or something is disarming, they make you feel less angry or hostile. Leonard approached with a disarming smile + disarmingly dis·arm·ing·ly He is, as ever, business-like, and disarmingly honest. making you feel less angry or disapproving towards someone, and more friendly
disarming
capable of allaying hostility
disarming
{s} capable of allaying suspicion or hostility and inspiring confidence
disarmingly
in a calming manner, in a manner which allays hostility
disarmingly
In a disarming manner
disarms
third-person singular of disarm
disarm
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