viciousness

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} huysuzluk
{i} kötü niyet
çapkınlık
{i} ahlaksızlık
{i} fenalık
{i} kötülük
vicious
hırçın
vicious
huysuz vicious circle kısır döngü
vicious
fasitdaire
vicious
çapkın
vicious
korkunç
vicious
zararlı
vicious
çok saldırgan
vicious
çok kötü
vicious
tehlikeli
vicious
muzır
vicious
habis
vicious
kötü amaçlı
vicious
huysuz
vicious
garazlı
vicious
gaddar
vicious
saldırgan

Dikkat et! Bu maymun saldırgan. - Watch out! This monkey is vicious.

vicious
fena
vicious
{s} berbat

Berbat bir döngüye giriyoruz. - We are entering a vicious circle.

vicious
haince
vicious
ahlaksız

Mary Kate hakkında ahlaksız söylentiler yaydı. - Mary spread vicious rumors about Kate.

vicious
kötücül
vicious
bedhah
vicious
huysuz/tehlikeli/gaddar
vicious
{s} kusurlu, bozuk
vicious
{s} şiddetli, sert
vicious
{s} bozuk
vicious
{s} şiddetli

O, havlayan köpeğe şiddetli bir tekme attı. - He gave the barking dog a vicious kick.

Mucizevi bir şekilde, Fadıl şiddetli saldırıdan kurtuldu. - Miraculously, Fadil survived the vicious assault.

vicious
çapkın,kısır
vicious
viciouslykötü maksatla
vicious
şiddetle

Sami, Leyla'ya şiddetle tecavüz etti. - Sami viciously raped Layla.

Ben nefesimi tutmaya çabalarken dalgalar beni şiddetle ileri geri fırlatıyordu. - The waves were tossing me viciously to and fro as I struggled to hold my breath.

vicious
{s} kötü

Sami kötü niyetli bir satıcıydı. - Sami was a vicious malicious salesman.

vicious
hırçınlıkla
vicious
{s} kötü niyetli

Sami kötü niyetli bir satıcıydı. - Sami was a vicious malicious salesman.

vicious
{s} ahlakı bozuk
vicious
viciousnesskötü maksat
Englisch - Englisch
The desire to cause harm to others; extreme cruelty
The characteristic of being vicious
{n} corrupt habit, wickedness
{i} quality of being vicious; cruelty, wickedness
the trait of extreme cruelty
vicious
Pertaining to vice; characterised by immorality or depravity

We may so seize on vertue, that if we embrace it with an over-greedy and violent desire, it may become vicious.

vicious
Violent, destructive and cruel
viciousness.
viciosity
viciousness.
vitiosity
vicious
savage and aggressive
vicious
{s} evil, spiteful; ferocious, fierce; faulty in character
vicious
{a} faulty, immoral, wicked, unruly
vicious
having the nature of vice
vicious
A vicious remark is cruel and intended to upset someone. It is a deliberate, nasty and vicious attack on a young man's character. = savage + viciously vi·cious·ly `He deserved to die,' said Penelope viciously
vicious
(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering; "a barbarous crime"; "brutal beatings"; "cruel tortures"; "Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks"; "a savage slap"; "vicious kicks"
vicious
Bitter; spiteful; malignant
vicious
Characterized by vice or defects; defective; faulty; imperfect
vicious
evil, immoral or depraved
vicious
Wanting purity; foul; bad; noxious; as, vicious air, water, etc
vicious
Not correct or pure; corrupt; as, vicious language; vicious idioms
vicious
malicious or spiteful
vicious
given to vice, immorality or depravity
vicious
marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful; "a malevolent lie"; "poisonous hate in his eyes"- Ernest Hemingway; "venomous criticism"; "vicious gossip"
vicious
Not well tamed or broken; given to bad tricks; unruly; refractory; as, a vicious horse
vicious
Addicted to vice; corrupt in principles or conduct; depraved; wicked; as, vicious children; vicious examples; vicious conduct
vicious
A vicious person or a vicious blow is violent and cruel. He was a cruel and vicious man He suffered a vicious attack by a gang of white youths The blow was so sudden and vicious that he dropped to his knees. = brutal + viciously vi·cious·ly She had been viciously attacked with a hammer. + viciousness vi·cious·ness the intensity and viciousness of these attacks
viciousness

    Türkische aussprache

    vîşısnîs

    Aussprache

    /ˈvəsʜəsnəs/ /ˈvɪʃəsnɪs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'vi-sh&s ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French vicieus, from Latin vitiosus full of faults, corrupt, from vitium vice.

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