terror

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Englisch - Türkisch
terör

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

Terörizm, bir ülkenin bölünmesi ve ayrılıkçı bölgelerin oluşumu için en önemli faktördür. - Terrorism is the most important factor for the division of a country and the creation of autonomous regions.

dehşet

O, dehşetle haykırdı. - She screamed with terror.

Depremden sonra komşularımın dehşetini duydum. - I felt the terror of my neighbors after the earthquake.

baş belası
tedhiş
başbelası
korku

Korku nedeniyle neredeyse donakalmıştı. - He was almost petrified with terror.

{i} dehşet saçan kimse
terrorstricken dehşete düşmüş
terrorstruck
{i} korkutan şey
{i} dehşet: They looked on in terror. Dehşet içinde seyrettiler
{i} yaramaz çocuk
dehşet saçan şey veya kimse
the Reign of Terror Fransız ihtilâlinde en kanlı devre
(Tıp) Korku krizi, şiddetli korku, dehşet, pavor
korku salma
yılgınlık
yılgı
terror-stricken
dehşete düşmüş
terror-stricken
çok korkmuş
terror haunted
dehşete kapılmış
terror organization
terör örgütü
terror problems
terör sorunları
terror stricken
dehşete kapılmış
terror struck
dehşete kapılmış
reign of terror
(Tarih) terör dönemi
a little terror
k. dili çok yaramaz/hasarı çocuk, canavar
digital terror
Dijital terör, internet üzerinden yürütülen terör eylemi
in terror
dehşet içinde
look of terror
dehşet dolu bakış
night terror
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Gece terörü; uyku sırasında daha çok çığlık atma tarzında görülen ve sonradan anımsanmayan dönemlerle karakterize bir uyku bozukluğu
reign of terror
terör saltanatı
war on terror
Terörle mücadele
holy terror
yaramaz çocuk
holy terror
dehşet saçan kimse
holy terror
arsız çocuk
night terror
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gece karabasanı
strike terror into
(birini) dehşete düşürmek
Englisch - Englisch
Something that causes such fear
Extreme or intense fear
{n} dread, fear, the cause of fear
a very troublesome child
{i} fear, extreme fright, horror; nuisance, bothersome person
Terror is violence or the threat of violence, especially when it is used for political reasons. The bomb attack on the capital could signal the start of a pre-election terror campaign
reign of terror: see reign
disapproval If someone describes a child as a terror, they think that he or she is naughty and difficult to control. He was a terror. He had been a difficult child for as long as his parents could remember
a person who inspires fear or dread; "he was the terror of the neighborhood"
Terror is very great fear. I shook with terror whenever I was about to fly in an aeroplane
a very troublesome child a person who inspires fear or dread; "he was the terror of the neighborhood
Extreme fear; fear that agitates body and mind; violent dread; fright
A terror is something that makes you very frightened. As a boy, he had a real terror of facing people. the terrors of violence
an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety
That which excites dread; a cause of extreme fear
terror bird
A prehistoric bird, the phorusrhacid
terror arms
terrorist organizations, terrorist branches
terror gang
gang of terrorists, terrorist group
terror ring
network of terrorist activity
terror-stricken
gripped by fear, held fast by terror
terror-stricken
struck or filled with terror
War on Terror
The War on Terrorism
night terror
A nightmare
night terror
A sleeping disorder, where sleep is interrupted by anxiety, panic or screaming
yellow terror
Alternative form of yellow peril
Reign of Terror
French La Terreur (1793-94) Period in the French Revolution. It was established by the government on Sept. 5, 1793, to take harsh measures against those suspected of being enemies of the Revolution (including nobles, priests, and hoarders). Controlled by the radical Committee of Public Safety and Maximilien Robespierre, the Terror eliminated enemies on the left (Jacques Hébert and his followers) and the right (Georges Danton and the Indulgents). A law passed in June 1794 that suspended a suspect's right to public trial or legal defense caused the Thermidorian Reaction, and the Terror ended on July 27, 1794, with Robespierre's overthrow. About 300,000 suspects were arrested during the period; about 17,000 were executed, and many others died in prison
balance of terror
balance of strategic powers, number of weapons that are conventional and unconventional under the ownership of the larger countries
balance of terror
Military deterrence based on the possession of weapons of mass destruction by opposing powers
eradicate terror
eliminate fear or terror; uproot terrorism
in terror
in great fear
night terror
A state of intense fear and agitation sometimes experienced, especially by children, on awakening from a stage of sleep not associated with dreaming but characterized by extremely vivid hallucinations
night terror
an emotional episode (usually in young children) in which the person awakens in terror with feelings of anxiety and fear but is unable to remember any incident that might have provoked those feelings
plague of terror
sudden burst of fear, attack of horror
reign of terror
regime of dread, very tough governmental system which includes spreading terror and fear
reign of terror
the historic period (1793-94) during the French Revolution when thousands were executed; "the Reign of the Bourbons ended and the Reign of Terror began"
reign of terror
any period of brutal suppression thought to resemble the Reign of Terror in France
sleep terror disorder
a disorder of sleep characterized by a dream of terrifying dimensions far worse than a typical nightmare; they occur during NREM sleep
struck terror
scared, created horror, caused great fear
terrors
plural of terror
terror
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