offensively

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Englisch - Türkisch
iğrenç bir biçimde
saldırgan bir halde
çirkince
hakaret edici bir şekilde
offensive
saldırı

Onlar ilk yarıda saldırıya geçti. - They went on the offensive in the first half.

Saldırıda birkaç asker yaralandı. - Several soldiers were injured in the offensive.

offensively discourteous
ofansif nezaketsiz
offensive
{s} saldırgan

Saygısız, saldırgan ve nefret dolu cümleler yazmaktan kaçınmamız gerekir. - We should avoid writing sentences that are disrespectful, offensive or hateful.

O saldırgan bir soru. - That's an offensive question.

offensive
{s} hakaret edici
offensive
{s} saldıran
offensive
{i} hücum

Biz iyi bir hücum takımı değildik. - We weren't a good offensive team.

offensive
ileri geri
offensive
(Kanun) rahatsız eden
offensive
(Kanun) incitici
offensive
kırıcı

Onun kendini beğenmiş davranışı kırıcıdır. - His smug behavior is offensive.

Onun kendini beğenmişliği kırıcı. - His smug behavior is offensive.

offensive
(Kanun) mütecaviz
offensive
ağır
offensive
saldırıya özgü
offensive
taaruza ait
offensive
ağır kaçmak
offensive
çok nahoş
offensive
itici
offensive
hatır kırıcı
offensive
tiksindirici
offensive
sürekli saldırı
offensive
iğrenç

Onun şakaları iğrenç. - His jokes are offensive.

Tom'un esprileri iğrenç. - Tom's jokes are offensive.

offensive
saldırıyla ilgili
offensive
hakaret eden
offensive
ofansif
offensive
kötü

Zenci kötü bir kelimedir. - Nigger is an offensive word.

offensive
pis
offensive
{s} spor ofansif
offensive
(Askeri) Saldırı ile ilgili
offensive
{s} yakışmaz
offensive
saldırıya ait/çirkin
offensive
çirkin
offensive
(Askeri) TAARRUZ: Taarruz etme; taarruza hazır olma
offensive
hücum ederek
offensive
hücuma ait
offensive
offensiveness tiksindiricilik
offensive
taarruz
Englisch - Englisch
{a} in an offensive manner
in an aggressive manner; "`In this crisis, we must act offensively,' the President said"; "the admiral intends to act offensively in the Mediterranean"
in an unpleasantly offensive manner; "he smelled offensively unwashed"
in an unpleasantly offensive manner; "he smelled offensively unwashed
in an offensive manner, harmfully; aggressively
in an obnoxious manner; "he said so in one of his more offensively intellectually arrogant sentences"
offensive
Relating to an offense or attack, as opposed to defensive

The army's offensive capabilities. An offensive weapon.

offensive
An attack

The Marines today launched a major offensive.

offensive
Causing offense; arousing a visceral reaction of disgust, anger, or hatred

Some feminists find pornography offensive.

offensive
The posture of attacking or being able to attack

He took the offensive in the press, accusing his opponent of corruption.

offensive
{a} displeasing, invading, injurious
Offensive
rancid
offensive
If you conduct an offensive, you take strong action to show how angry you are about something or how much you disapprove of something. Republicans acknowledged that they had little choice but to mount an all-out offensive on the Democratic nominee. see also charm offensive
offensive
An attack or assault
offensive
off-side
offensive
violating or tending to violate or offend against; "violative of the principles of liberty"; "considered such depravity offensive against all laws of humanity
offensive
morally offensive; "an unsavory reputation"; "an unsavory scandal"
offensive
Meant for use in instigating an attack, as opposed to defending against an attack
offensive
If you go on the offensive, go over to the offensive, or take the offensive, you begin to take strong action against people who have been attacking you. The West African forces went on the offensive in response to attacks on them The Foreign Secretary has decided to take the offensive in the discussion on the future of the community
offensive
unpleasant or disgusting especially to the senses; "offensive odors" causing anger or annoyance; "offensive remarks" for the purpose of attack rather than defense; "offensive weapons" violating or tending to violate or offend against; "violative of the principles of liberty"; "considered such depravity offensive against all laws of humanity
offensive
Making the first attack; assailant; aggressive; hence, used in attacking; opposed to defensive; as, an offensive war; offensive weapons
offensive
causing or able to cause nausea; "a nauseating smell"; "nauseous offal"; "a sickening stench"
offensive
{i} attack, act of aggression; position of pursuit or aggression
offensive
of an offensive substitute for inoffensive terminology; "`nigger' is a dysphemistic term for `African-American'"
offensive
The state or posture of one who offends or makes attack; aggressive attitude; the act of the attacking party; opposed to defensive
offensive
Something that is offensive upsets or embarrasses people because it is rude or insulting. Some friends of his found the play horribly offensive. offensive remarks which called into question the integrity of my firm. + offensively of·fen·sive·ly The group who had been shouting offensively opened to let her through
offensive
the action of attacking an enemy
offensive
{s} repulsive, disgusting; disagreeable to the senses; offending; emotionally injurious; aggressive
offensive
unpleasant or disgusting especially to the senses; "offensive odors"
offensive
Having to do with play directed at scoring
offensive
relating to or made or suited for attack
offensive
A military offensive is a carefully planned attack made by a large group of soldiers. Its latest military offensive against rebel forces is aimed at re-opening important trade routes
offensive
for the purpose of attack rather than defense; "offensive weapons"
offensive
Giving offense; causing displeasure or resentment; displeasing; annoying; as, offensive words
offensive
causing anger or annoyance; "offensive remarks"
offensive
Giving pain or unpleasant sensations; disagreeable; revolting; noxious; as, an offensive smell; offensive sounds
offensively
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