riot

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Englisch - Türkisch
isyan etmek
ayaklanmak
{i} ayaklanma

O, ayaklanmada öldürüldü. - He was killed in the riot.

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

{i} isyan

İsyan kontrolden çıktı. - The riot got out of hand.

İsyan tamamen kontrolden çıkmıştı. - The riot was completely out of control.

{i} velvele
{f} karışıklık çıkar
gürültü
kargaşa çıkarmak
eğlenti
hengame
başkaldırı
karışıklık çıkarmak
büyük eğlence/başarı
kargaşa
şamata
{i} patırtı
{f} azıtmak
{f} mest olmak
{i} alem
{f} başkaldırmak
(Askeri) İSYAN, KARGAŞALIK
{i} karışıklık
{f} kargaşaya yol açmak
{i} cümbüş
fitne
azmak
run riot
azıtmak
riot police
toplum sakçısı
riot gear
isyan dişli
riot police
(Polis) Çevik kuvvet
riot shield
Polislerin toplumsal olaylarda kullandığı şeffaf kalkan
riot van
polis panzeri
riot act
isyancıların dağılmaları konusunda uyaran kanun
riot control agent
(Askeri) (DOD, IADB) KARIŞIKLIĞI BASTIRMA GAZI (AMERİKAN SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI, AMERİKA SAVUNMA KURULU): Açıktaki topluluklar üzerinde kullanıldığı zaman ancak geçici bir tahriş veya yeteneksizlik etkisi meydana getiren kimyevi madde
riot control agent
(Askeri) (NATO) KARIŞIKLIĞI BASTIRMA GAZI (NATO): Patlamanın meydana gelmesinden sonra birkaç dakika içinde ortadan kaybolan geçici bir tahriş veya yeteneksizlik şeklinde fiziksel etki meydana getiren madde. Sürekli yaralanma konusunda kayda değer bir tehlike yoktur. Tıbbi tedavi nadiren gerekmektedir. Ayrıca bakınız: "incapacitating agent"
riot control agent
(Askeri) kargaşayı kontrol maddesi
riot control agent
(Kimya) ayaklanma kontrol etmeni
riot control operations
(Askeri) KARIŞIKLIĞI BASTIRMA HAREKATI: Şiddetli düzensizliklerin kontrolunda, kargaşalık bastırma gazı ve/veya özel taktiklerin, teşkillerin ve teçhizatın kullanımı
riot guns
(Askeri) KARGAŞALIK BASTIRMA SİLAHI: Her türlü kısa namlulu av tüfeği. Özellikle, nöbet görevlerinde ve karışıklık çıkaranları dagıtmak için kullanılan kısa namlulu bir av tüfeği
riot of colors
renk cümbüşü
riot shield
polis kalkanı
rioter
{i} gösterici

Göstericiler zorla plazadan çıkarıldılar. - The rioters were forcibly removed from the plaza.

Polis göstericileri dağıtmak için plastik mermi kullandı. - Police used rubber bullets to subdue the rioters.

rioting
{i} isyan çıkarma
riots
(Tarih) ayaklanmalar

Boston'da ayaklanmalar patlak verdi. - Riots broke out in Boston.

Bu ayaklanmalar Washington'daki neoconlar tarafından planlanmıştır. - These riots are engineered by Washington's neocons.

a riot of colour
renk cümbüşü
read the riot act
fırça çekmek
read the riot act
azarlamak
rioting
karisiklik çikar
run riot
coşmak
run riot
meydanı boş bulmak
a riot
bir isyan
haymarket riot
Haymarket isyan
read sb the riot act
verip veriştirmek
rioters
isyancıların
rioting
karışıklık çıkar(mak)
She's a riot
{k} O bir âlem!/Çok matrak biri o!
quell the continuance of the riot
(Askeri) İsyanı yatıştırmak, bastırmak
race riot
ırkçılık nedeniyle çatışma
race riot
ırk ayrımı sonucu olan karışıklık
read s.o. the riot act
{k} birine dünyanın kaç bucak olduğunu göstermek, birini sert bir şekilde azarlamak
read the riot act to
ayağını denk almasını söylemek
read the riot act to
çıkışmak
read the riot act to
davranışlarına dikkat etmesi konusunda uyarmak
residual capabilities assessment; riot control agent
(Askeri) kalan imkan ve kabiliyetleri değerlendirme; isyan bastırma kimyasal maddesi
rioter
gürültücü
rioter
isyancı

İsyancılar birçok polisi öldüresiye dövdüler. - The rioters beat many policemen to death.

İsyancılar onu kötü yendi. - The rioters beat him badly.

rioter
{i} karışıklık çıkaran kimse
rioter
{i} asi
rioter
ayaklanmacı

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

rioting
{f} karışıklık çıkar: prep.karışıklık
run riot
azmak
run riot
taşkınlık yapmak
run riot
kural tanımamak
run riot
ele avuca sığmamak
run riot
dal budak salmak
run riot
her yeri kaplamak (bitki)
run riot
deli gibi koşup bağırmak
run riot
(bitki) azmak, dal budak salıp her yeri sarmak
run riot
(deyim) azmak,kendini zaptedememek
run riot
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- azmak , azıtmak , azgınlık etmek 2- kendini zaptedememek
suppress (the riot)
(Askeri) ayaklanmayı bastırmak
Englisch - Englisch
Wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult
Excessive and expensive feasting; wild and loose festivity; revelry
The tumultuous disturbance of the public peace by an unlawful assembly of three or more persons in the execution of some private object
To create or take part in a riot
a public act of violence by an unruly mob take part in a riot; disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot; "Students were rioting everywhere in 1968
{n} sedition, tumult, uproar, to revel
Violent activity by more than one person The number of persons it takes to constitute a riot varies by state Your policy may cover riots through extended coverage or direct reference
{f} participate in a violent public disturbance; engage in wild partying, behave in a wanton manner; run wild, behave uncontrollably; spend money on an extravagant and wanton lifestyle; (about hunting dogs) chase an animal other than the intended game
If people riot, they behave violently in a public place. Last year 600 inmates rioted, starting fires and building barricades + rioter rioters ri·ot·er The militia dispersed the rioters. + rioting ri·ot·ing At least fifteen people are now known to have died in three days of rioting
{i} violent or wild public disturbance; person or thing that is extremely funny; outburst of emotion; wild merrymaking, boisterous revelry
a state of disorder involving group violence
If someone in authority reads you the riot act, they tell you that you will be punished unless you start behaving properly. I'm glad you read the riot act to Billy. He's still a kid and still needs to be told what to do
A disturbance of the public peace, through unlawful assembly of three or more persons, in the execution of some private object
approval If you say that there is a riot of something pleasant such as colour, you mean that there is a large amount of various types of it. All the cacti were in flower, so that the desert was a riot of colour
a public act of violence by an unruly mob
a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity
take part in a riot; disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot; "Students were rioting everywhere in 1968"
A peril covered by the extended coverage (EC) or direct reference in some policies It is violent action by two or more people State laws vary as to how many people it takes to constitute a riot
Rapid Instrumental Objective Testing RMID Red Meats Industry Database
A violent public disturbance of the peace by a group of people
When there is a riot, a crowd of people behave violently in a public place, for example they fight, throw stones, or damage buildings and vehicles. Twelve inmates have been killed during a riot at the prison
If people run riot, they behave in a wild and uncontrolled manner. Rampaging prisoners ran riot through Strangeways jail
Return investment of time
engage in boisterous, drunken merry-making; "They were out carousing last night"
Excessive and exxpensive feasting; wild and loose festivity; revelry
a joke that seems extremely funny
To engage in riot; to act in an unrestrained or wanton manner; to indulge in excess of luxury, feasting, or the like; to revel; to run riot; to go to excess
One of the extended coverage perils, related to, but broader than, civil commotion
If something such as your imagination runs riot, it is not limited or controlled, and produces ideas that are new or exciting, rather than sensible. A conservatory offers the perfect excuse to let your imagination run riot. if a crowd of people riot, they behave in a violent and uncontrolled way, for example by fighting the police and damaging cars or buildings
To disturb the peace; to raise an uproar or sedition
Riot Act
An English law that stated that if 12 or more people assembled unlawfully in a public place they must disperse when read a proclamation
riot gear
All the protective clothing, shields and weaponry worn or carried by a force attempting to control a riot
riot girl
Alternative form of riot grrrl
riot grrl
Alternative spelling of riot grrrl
riot grrls
plural form of riot grrl
riot grrrl
A (female) member of this subculture
riot grrrl
An underground feminist punk movement and subculture that began in the early 1990s
riot grrrls
plural form of riot grrrl
riot police
A unit of the police specifically trained to deal with rioting crowds. They use special equipment for personal defense as well as for crowd control and dispersal
riot police
The riot police is the section of the police force that is trained to deal with people who cause trouble in public places. After about 10 minutes the riot police arrived. police whose job is to stop riots
riot police
Çevik kuvvet (In Turkey)
Riot Act
{i} law passed in England in 1715 forbidding the raucous gathering of a group of 12 or more people
riot act
a former English law requiring mobs to disperse after a magistrate reads the law to them a vigorous reprimand; "I read him the riot act
riot act
{i} harsh scolding, strong rebuke
riot control
the measures taken to control a riot
riot gear
Riot gear is the special clothing and equipment worn by police officers or soldiers when they have to deal with a riot
riot gear
equipment for suppressing riots, crowd control equipment
riot gun
a firearm designed to disperse rioters rather than to inflict serious injury or death
riot of color
bright display of different colors
riot shield
Riot shields are pieces of equipment made of transparent plastic which are used by the police to protect themselves against angry crowds
read somebody the riot act
To scold or berate somebody; to reprimand

She really read him the riot act about his smoking habit.

rioter
One who riots; part of the unruly violent crowd causing a riot

The rioters had erected a makeshift barricade and were pelting the police with rocks from behind it.

run riot
To act in a uncontrolled, unbridled manner
run riot
To be uncontrolable
swing riot
The agricultural riots in England in 1830, lead by Captain Swing
rioter
{n} one who makes a riot or disturbance
Chicago Race Riot of 1919
Most severe of about 25 race riots throughout the U.S. in the summer after World War I. Racial friction was intensified by the migration of African Americans to the North. On Chicago's South Side, the African American population had increased in 10 years from 44,000 to 109,000. The riot was triggered by the death of an African American youth swimming in Lake Michigan near a beach reserved for whites; he was stoned and he shortly drowned. When police refused to arrest the white man allegedly responsible, fighting broke out between gangs of African Americans and whites. Violence spread throughout the city, unchecked by the state militia. After 13 days, 38 people were dead (23 African Americans, 15 whites), and 537 injured, and 1,000 African American families were made homeless
Draft Riot of 1863
Four days of violence in New York City to protest the inequities of American Civil War conscription. The law permitted draftees to buy their way out of army service for $300, a sum relatively few men could afford. When the drawing of names began on July 11, mobs of Irish and other foreign-born workers surged into the streets, burning draft headquarters and other buildings, and assaulting blacks, who they had feared would take their jobs. About 100 people (mostly rioters) died
East Saint Louis Race Riot
(July 1917) Outbreak of violence in East St. Louis, Ill. , sparked by the employment of African Americans in a factory holding government contracts. It was the worst of several attacks during World War I on African Americans newly employed in war industries. Some 6,000 African Americans were driven from their homes and 40 were killed; 8 whites were killed
Haymarket Riot
(May 4, 1886) Violent confrontation between police and labour protesters in Chicago that dramatized the labour movement's struggle for recognition. Radical unionists had called a mass meeting in Haymarket Square to protest police brutality in a strike action. A bomb was thrown into the crowd, killing seven policemen and injuring 60 others. Police and workers fired on each other. Public demand for action led to the arrest of eight anarchists (see anarchism). Convicted of conspiracy to murder, they were sentenced to death; four were executed and one committed suicide. In 1893 the three survivors were pardoned by Illinois Gov. John Peter Altgeld
race riot
public disorder based on racial issues
race riot
Race riots are violent fights between people of different races living in the same community. A riot caused by racial hatred or dissension. violent fighting between people of different countries, religions etc who now live in the same country
race riot
a riot caused by hatred for one another of members of different races in the same community
read someone the riot act
give someone a strict scolding, reprimand strongly
read the riot act
give someone a strict scolding, reprimand strongly
read the riot act to
{f} give someone a strict scolding, reprimand strongly
rioted
past of riot
rioter
See Riot, n
rioter
troublemaker who participates in a violent disturbance of the peace; someone who rises up against the constituted authority
rioter
{i} one who takes part in a riot, one who participates in a violent public disturbance
rioter
One who riots; a reveler; a roisterer
rioter
One who engages in a riot
rioters
plural of rioter
rioting
a state of disorder involving group violence
rioting
present participle of riot
riots
plural of , riot
riots
third-person singular of riot
run riot
act in a crazy manner
riot
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