defeated

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yenilmiş

İlk kez, Japon Deniz Kuvvetleri yenilmişti. - For the first time, the Japanese Navy had been defeated.

Yenilmiş ordu ülkeden geri çekildi. - The defeated army retreated from the country.

altta kalmak
mağlup olmak
bozguna uğramak
yen(mek)
bozgun
yenilmek

Arkadaşlarımın önünde yenilmek istemiyordum. - I didn't want to be defeated in front of my friends.

yenik düşmek
yenildi
yenik
defeat
yenmek

Düşmanı yenmek için birleşmeliyiz. - We must band together to defeat the enemy.

Harici düşmanları yenmek yetmez, dahili düşmanları da imha etmek lazımdır. - It is not enough to defeat our external enemies, it is also necessary to exterminate our internal enemies.

defeat
yenilgi

O hiçbir şekilde yenilgiyi kabul etmeyecektir. - He will on no account accept defeat.

Aslında kendimizi yenilgiye hazırlamıştık. - Actually, we had prepared ourselves for defeat.

be defeated
yenilmek

Arkadaşlarımın önünde yenilmek istemiyordum. - I didn't want to be defeated in front of my friends.

defeat
bozguna uğratmak
defeat
bozgun
defeat
mağlup etmek
defeat
{i} mağlubiyet
defeat
duman etmek
defeat
alt etmek
defeat
suya düşürmek
defeat
geçirmek
defeat
mat etmek
defeat
(Politika, Siyaset) galip gelmek
defeat
hakkından gelmek
defeat
bozguncu kimse
defeat
bileğini bükmek
defeat
ezmek
defeat
tepelemek
defeat
mahvetmek
defeat
yenilgiye uğrama
defeat
{f} yen

Tom at yarışında asla yenilmemekle övünüyor. - Tom boasts of never having been defeated in a horse race.

Biz beyzbolda onları yendik. - We defeated them in baseball.

defeat
boşa çıkarmak
defeat
yıkmak
defeat
yenilgiye uğratma
defeat
{f} iptal ettirmek
Be defeated
yenik düşmek
defeat
mağlübiyet
completely defeated
hezimete uğramak
defeat
{i} iptal

Antlaşma iptal edildi. - The treaty was defeated.

defeat
{i} ret
defeat
hezimete uğratmak
defeat
{i} hayal kırıklığı
defeat
{f} aşmak
defeat
{i} aleyhte oy
defeat
{i} red

Roosevelt yenilgi fikrini kabul etmeyi reddetti. - Roosevelt refused to accept the idea of defeat.

Grant yenilgiyi kabul etmeyi reddetti. - Grant refused to accept defeat.

defeat
ıskat etmek
defeat
{f} engellemek
defeat
(Askeri) (INFLICT A DEFEAT) Yenmek, mağlup etmek, bozmak
defeat
{i} başarısızlık
defeat
bozmak
defeat
defeatism bozgunculuk
defeat
{i} hüsran
defeat
boz/yen
defeat
{f} devirmek
defeat
bozguncu
to be defeated
sırtı yere gelmek
to be defeated
altta kalmak
to be defeated
yenilmek

Arkadaşlarımın önünde yenilmek istemiyordum. - I didn't want to be defeated in front of my friends.

to be defeated
yenik düşmek
Türkçe - Türkçe

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DEFEAT
(Hukuk) Birçok kez, defalarca
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of defeat
subjugated, beaten, overcome
{a} overthrown, routed disappointed
sad and unable to deal with problems
people who are defeated; "the Romans had no pity for the defeated"
past of defeat
{s} overcome, not victorious
disappointingly unsuccessful; "disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"; "their foiled attempt to capture Calais"; "many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"; "his best efforts were thwarted
beaten or overcome; not victorious; "the defeated enemy"
vanquished
craven
defeated him
beat him, overpowered him
defeat
To overcome in battle or contest
defeat
If you defeat someone, you win a victory over them in a battle, game, or contest. His guerrillas defeated the colonial army in 1954 = beat
defeat
{v} to overthrow, rout, destroy, disappoint
defeat
{n} an overthrow, deprivation, destruction
defeat
An overthrow, as of an army in battle; loss of a battle; repulse suffered; discomfiture; opposed to victory
defeat
(n ) dormad, dohrmahdh
defeat
{i} act of winning or overcoming; overthrow; instance of being defeated, loss; failure
defeat
If a proposal or motion in a debate is defeated, more people vote against it than for it. The proposal was defeated by just one vote
defeat
To undo; to disfigure; to destroy
defeat
To destroy, ruin, undo, lay waste to
defeat
The act of defeating or being defeated
defeat
To render null and void, as a title; to frustrate, as hope; to deprive, as of an estate
defeat
To overcome or vanquish, as an army; to check, disperse, or ruin by victory; to overthrow
defeat
An undoing or annulling; destruction
defeat
To resist with success; as, to defeat an assault
defeat
Frustration by rendering null and void, or by prevention of success; as, the defeat of a plan or design
defeat
{f} overcome, beat; frustrate
defeat
To defeat an action or plan means to cause it to fail. The navy played a limited but significant role in defeating the rebellion = thwart
defeat
win a victory over; "You must overcome all difficulties"; "defeat your enemies"; "He overcame his shyness"; "She conquered here fear of mice"; "He overcame his infirmity"; "Her anger got the better of her and she blew up"
defeat
the feeling that accompanies an experience of being thwarted in attaining your goals
defeat
thwart the passage of; "kill a motion"; "he shot down the student's proposal"
defeat
1 door closed for you to find a better one, 2 need to rethink plan, life, path taken
defeat
prevent declarer from taking the number of tricks required by his contract; set
defeat
Defeat is the experience of being beaten in a battle, game, or contest, or of failing to achieve what you wanted to. The most important thing is not to admit defeat until you really have to The vote is seen as a defeat for the anti-abortion lobby
defeat
If a task or a problem defeats you, it is so difficult that you cannot do it or solve it. There were times when the challenges of writing such a huge novel almost defeated her
defeat
an unsuccessful ending
was defeated
was trounced, was made to give up, was subdued
defeated

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    dîfitıd

    Eş anlamlılar

    crushed, overcome, conquered

    Telaffuz

    /dəˈfētəd/ /dɪˈfiːtəd/

    Etimoloji

    [ di-'fEt, dE- ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English deffeten, from Middle French deffait, past participle of deffaire to destroy, from Old French desfaire, from Medieval Latin disfacere, from Latin dis- + facere to do; more at DO.

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