prostitution

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} fahişelik

Almanya'da fahişelik yasaldır. - Prostitution is legal in Germany.

Sami'nin kızı fahişelik nedeniyle tutuklandı. - Sami's daughter was arrested for prostitution.

{i} orospuluk
{i} (yeteneğini v.b.'ni) kendine layık olmayan bir işte kullanma
kahpelik
(şerefini) iki paralık etme
fahişelik/kötü kullanım
{i} fuhuş

Fuhuş Nevada'nın çoğunda yasaldır. - Prostitution is legal in most of Nevada.

Polis şefi bir fuhuş operasyonunda bir otelde tutuklandı. - The police chief was arrested at a motel in a prostitution sting.

prostitute
orospu
prostitute
fahişe

Sanırım fahişeler mağdurlar ve sorunlu kızlardır. - I think prostitutes are victims and troubled girls.

Brush'ın annesinin bir fahişe olduğunu duydum. - I heard that Brush's mother is a prostitute.

prostitution, harlotry
fuhuş, fuhuş
prostitution, harlotry (obsolete)
fuhuş, fuhuş (eski)
prostitution gang
fuhuş çetesi
prostitute
{f} (yeteneğini v.b.'ni) kendine layık olmayan bir işte kullanmak
prostitute
{i} kötü kadın
prostitute
{f} fahişeliğe itmek
prostitute
{f} kötü amaçla kullanmak
prostitute
{f} fahişelik yaptırmak
prostitute
genelev kadını
prostitute
ağır işçi
prostitute
orta malı
prostitute
sermaye
prostitute
fuhuş
prostitute
para için özünü alçaltmak
prostitute
fahişelik yapmak
prostitute
fahişeliğe sevketmek
prostitute
kötü maksatla kullanmak
forced prostitution
(Kanun) zorla fuhuş
prostitute
hayat kadını
prostitute
kahpe
prostitute
uygunsuz kadın
prostitute
kiralık kız/kadın
prostitute
antin
prostitute
alüfte
prostitute
genel kadın
Englisch - Englisch
Engaging in sexual activity with another person in exchange for compensation, such as money or other valuable goods

Her addiction brought her to the point that prostitution was the only means she had to survive.

Debasement for unworthy profit or motives

The television advertising job was a prostitution of the talents of one of the great writers of the century.

{n} act of prostituting, debasement
{i} harlotry, act of offering sexual services for a fee, act of selling sexual favors
offering sexual intercourse for pay
The act of setting one's self to sale, or of devoting to infamous purposes what is in one's power; as, the prostitution of abilities; the prostitution of the press
The act or practice of prostituting or offering the body to an indiscriminate intercourse with men; common lewdness of a woman
Prostitution means having sex with people in exchange for money. She eventually drifts into prostitution. the work of prostitutes. Practice of engaging in sexual activity, usually with individuals other than a spouse or friend, in exchange for immediate payment in money or other valuables. Prostitutes may be of either sex and may engage in either heterosexual or homosexual activity, but historically most prostitution has been by females with males as clients. Prostitution is a very old and universal phenomenon; also universal is condemnation of the prostitute but relative indifference toward the client. Prostitutes are often set apart in some way. In ancient Rome they were required to wear distinctive dress; under Hebrew law only foreign women could be prostitutes; in prewar Japan they were required to live in special sections of the city. In medieval Europe prostitution was licensed and regulated by law, but by the 16th century an epidemic of venereal disease and post-Reformation morality led to the closure of brothels. International cooperation to end the traffic in women for the purpose of prostitution began in 1899. In 1921 the League of Nations established the Committee on the Traffic in Women and Children, and in 1949 the UN General Assembly adopted a convention for the suppression of prostitution. In the U.S. prostitution was first curtailed by the Mann Act (1910), and by 1915 most states had banned brothels (Nevada being a notable exception). Prostitution is nevertheless tolerated in most U.S. and European cities. In The Netherlands many prostitutes have become members of a professional service union, and in Scandinavia government regulations emphasize hygienic aspects, requiring frequent medical examination and providing free mandatory hospitalization for anyone found to be infected with venereal disease. Prostitutes are very often poor and lack skills to support themselves; in many traditional societies there are few other available money-earning occupations for women without family support. In developing African and Asian countries, prostitution has been largely responsible for the spread of AIDS and the orphaning of hundreds of thousands of children
vice
{i} streetwalking
{i} harlotry
world's oldest profession
child prostitution
The use of a child by others for sexual activities in return for remuneration or any other form of consideration
prostitute
A person who is perceived as engaging in sexual activity with many people
prostitute
To use one's talents in return for money or fame
prostitute
To make another person, or organisation, prostitute themselves
prostitute
A person who performs sexual activity for payment
prostitute
prosty
prostitute
To offer, as a woman, to a lewd use; to give up to lewdness for hire
prostitute
A prostitute is a person, usually a woman, who has sex with men in exchange for money. He admitted last week he paid for sex with a prostitute. someone, especially a woman, who earns money by having sex with people
prostitute
a woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money sell one's body; exchange sex for money
prostitute
{i} streetwalker
prostitute
{a} viscious for hire, sold to vice, vile
prostitute
A woman giver to indiscriminate lewdness; a strumpet; a harlot
prostitute
{v} to sell or expose to lewdness, debase, make common
prostitute
A base hireling; a mercenary; one who offers himself to infamous employments for hire
prostitute
{n} a public strumpet, a mere hireling
Prostitute
bangtail
house of prostitution
An establishment in which the services of prostitutes are available on the premises
institutionalization of prostitution
{i} legalizing prostitution, making soliciting sex legal
prostitute
To perform sexual activity for money
prostitute
sell one's body; exchange sex for money
prostitute
{i} whore, harlot, person who provides sexual services for a fee
prostitute
{f} provide sex services for a fee; engage in prostitution; devote oneself to dishonorable causes in return for profit
prostitute
A person who does, or offers to do, an activity for money, despite personal dislike or dishonour
prostitute
Openly given up to lewdness; devoted to base or infamous purposes
prostitute
a woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money
prostitute
To devote to base or unworthy purposes; to give up to low or indiscriminate use; as, to prostitute talents; to prostitute official powers
prostitution
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