malevolently

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Englisch - Türkisch
kötü niyetle
(zarf) kötü niyetle
z. kötü niyetle
malevolent
{s} kötücül

Antik dönem Gnostikleri maddesel dünyanın içkin olarak kötücül olduğuna inanıyorlardı. - The ancient Gnostics believed that this material world was innately malevolent.

malevolent
art niyetli
malevolent
kötü niyetli
malevolent
sadist
malevolent
malevolently kötü niyetle
malevolent
malevolencekötü niyet
malevolent
{s} kindar
malevolent
kötü kalpli
malevolent
gönülü kara
malevolent
{s} kötü niyetli, hain
Englisch - Englisch
{a} with ill-will, malignantly
in a malevolent manner; "she gossips malevolently"
maliciously, spitefully
In a malevolent manner
in a malevolent manner; "she gossips malevolently
malevolent
having an evil or harmful influence
malevolent
having or displaying ill will; wishing harm on others
malevolent
wishing evil to others
malevolent
{a} ill-disposed towards others, vile
Malevolent
malevolous
malevolent
extremely malevolent or malicious; "the malignant tongues of gossipers
malevolent
{s} malicious, wishing evil or harm to another, spiteful
malevolent
wishing or appearing to wish evil to others; arising from intense ill will or hatred; "a gossipy malevolent old woman"; "failure made him malevolent toward those who were successful"
malevolent
A malevolent person deliberately tries to cause harm or evil. Her stare was malevolent, her mouth a thin line. benevolent + malevolence ma·levo·lence a rare streak of malevolence. benevolence + malevolently ma·levo·lent·ly Mark watched him malevolently. a malevolent person wants to harm other people = evil   benevolent malevolent look/stare/smile etc (malevolens )
malevolent
extremely malevolent or malicious; "the malignant tongues of gossipers"
malevolent
having or exerting a malignant influence; "malevolent stars"; "a malefic force"
malevolent
Wishing evil; disposed to injure others; rejoicing in another's misfortune
malevolent
malign
malevolently

    Silbentrennung

    ma·lev·o·lent·ly

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ -l&nt ] (adjective.) 1509. Latin malevolent-, malevolens, from male badly + volent-, volens, present participle of velle to wish; more at MAL-, WILL.

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