hostage

listen to the pronunciation of hostage
Englisch - Türkisch
rehine

Rehineler serbest bırakılacaktır. - The hostages will be released.

Tom ve Mary üç ay için rehine olarak tutuldular. - Tom and Mary were held as hostages for three months.

{i} rehin

Rehineleri serbest bırakmayı reddettiler. - They refused to release the hostages.

Teröristler rehineleri serbest bıraktı. - The terrorists released the hostages.

tutsak

Tutsakların kaderi görüşmenin sonucuna göre değişir. - The fate of the hostages depends on the result of the negotiation.

Dan iki günlük tutsaklıktan sonra nihayet rehinesini serbest bıraktı. - Dan finally released his hostage after two days of captivity.

(Askeri) REHİN: Bazı akit anlaşmaların veya isteklerin yerine getirilmesi için teminat olarak alıkonulmuş personel. (1949 Cenevre Sözleşmesi'ne göre rehin almak yasaktır)
{i} teminât
tutak
(Politika, Siyaset) tutuklu
hostage negotiations
rehine müzakereleri
hostage rescue team
(Askeri) rehine kurtarma takımı
hold hostage
rehine almak
hold hostage
rehin tutmak
being a hostage
rehin olma
give hostage to fortune
servet rehin vermek
held as security or hostage
güvenlik veya rehin olarak tutulan
hostages
rehineler
taking of hostage
rehin çekme
iran hostage crisis
iran rehine krizi
take s.o. hostage
birini rehin almak
take smb. hostage
rehine almak
Englisch - Englisch
A person given as a pledge or security for the performance of the conditions of a treaty or stipulations of any kind, on the performance of which the person is to be released
A hostage is someone who has been captured by a person or organization and who may be killed or injured if people do not do what that person or organization demands
{n} a pledge for performance of conditions
If you say you are hostage to something, you mean that your freedom to take action is restricted by things that you cannot control. With the reduction in foreign investments, the government will be even more a hostage to the whims of the international oil price
{i} captive, pawn, someone held prisoner by a person or group in order to force another person or group to meet their demands
a prisoner who is held by one party to insure that another party will meet specified terms
If someone is taken hostage or is held hostage, they are captured and kept as a hostage. He was taken hostage while on his first foreign assignment as a television journalist
hostage negotiator
A person who negotiates with a person, or groups of persons, for the release of a person, or groups of persons
hostage negotiators
plural form of hostage negotiator
hostage taking
act of forcefully taking captives and using them as security until certain demands are met
hold hostage
To have possession or custody of a person as security for performance against a treaty, a pledge, or a demand, especially now an extra-legal demand
hold hostage
Any situation or leverage used to entrap or corner someone without physical restraint
give hostage to fortune
To take an action or make a statement that is risky because it could cause you trouble later

I hope the other report will be completed at a very early date, but to put a timescale on it would be to give hostage to fortune and I am not prepared to do that.

take hostage
To take custody or possession of a person as security for performance against a treaty, a pledge, or a demand, especially now an extra-legal demand
Iran hostage crisis
(1979-81) Political crisis involving Iran's detention of U.S. diplomats. Anti-American sentiment in Iran fueled in part by close ties between the U.S. and the unpopular leader Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi peaked when Pahlavi fled Iran during the 1979 Iranian revolution. When the monarch entered the U.S. for medical treatment later that year, Islamic militants stormed the U.S. embassy in Tehrn and seized 66 Americans. The hostage-takers, who enjoyed the tacit support of the new Iranian regime of Ruhollah Khomeini, demanded the shah's extradition to Iran, but Pres. Jimmy Carter refused and froze all Iranian assets in the U.S. The Iranians released 13 women and African Americans on Nov. 19-20, 1979, and another hostage was released in July 1980. A rescue attempt in April 1980 failed. Negotiations for the hostages' return began after the shah died in July 1980, but the remaining 52 hostages were kept in captivity until Jan. 20, 1981, when they were released moments after the inauguration of Ronald Reagan. The crisis contributed to Carter's failure to win reelection. See also Iran-Contra Affair
hostages
plural of hostage
hostage
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