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English - Turkish

O günlerde orada vahşi bir kabile yaşadı. - A savage tribe lived there in those days.

O, vahşi köpeğin bağlı tutulmasını istedi. - He demanded that the savage dog be kept tied up.

ısırmak (köpek)

Ağlamamış genç bir adam acımasızdır ve gülmeyecek yaşlı bir adam bir aptaldır. - The young man who has not wept is a savage, and the old man who will not laugh is a fool.

{f} vahşice saldır

Fadıl dokuz yaşındaki bir kıza vahşice saldırdı. - Fadil savagely assaulted a nine-year-old girl.

gözü dönmüş
çok sinirli
gaddar adam
saldırıp ısırmak
tepesi atmış
canavar ruhlu
vahşi adam
savagism i
{i} zalim ve canavar ruhlu kimse
savagenessyabanilik vahşet
{i} barbar

Kendilerine uygar diyorlar ama barbar dedikleri kadar vahşiler. - They call themselves civilized, but they're just as savage as those they call barbarians.

Onlar, barbar dediklerinden çok daha vahşidirler. - They are much more savage than those they call barbarians.

ısırmak (köpek vb.)
{f} (hayvan) vahşice
medeniyet görmemiş kimse
medeniyet görmemiş
{i} yaban
yaban adamı
savage mind
yaban düşünce
savage mind
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) yaban düşünce (lévi-strauss)
savage pcychoanalysis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kaba psikanaliz

Tom gözyaşlarıyla babasının annesini nasıl vahşice dövdüğünü hatırladı. - Tom tearfully recalled how his father savagely had beaten his mother.

Leyla vahşice dövüldü. - Layla was savagely beaten.

wild; not cultivated
vahşi; ekili değil
wild; savage
vahşi; vahşi
(zarf) vahşice
{i} yabanilik
{i} vahşet
{i} barbarlık
i., bak. savagery
{i} vahşilik
to savage
vahşice saldırmak
English - English
barbaric; not civilized

I observed a place where there had been a fire made, and a circle dug in the earth, like a cockpit, where I supposed the savage wretches had sat down to their human feastings upon the bodies of their fellow-creatures.

An uncivilized or feral human; a barbarian

'Well, my lord, I don't know,' said Freeman with a sort of jolly sneer; 'we have been dining with the savages.''They are not savages, Freeman.''Well, my lord, they have not much more clothes, anyhow; and as for knives and forks, there is not such a thing known.'.

fierce and ferocious
To attack with the teeth
To attack or assault someone or something ferociously or without restraint
To criticise vehemently

His latest film was savaged by most reviewers.

A defiant person
wild; not cultivated
brutal, vicious, or merciless

The woman was killed in a savage manner.

a wild and uncivilized human being
[n] A term commonly applied to American Indians by Europeans (Fr sauvage), meaning wild or uncivilized
{s} barbaric, uncivilized; wild, untamed; cruel, fierce; ruthless, brutal; very angry, furious
{v} to make cruel or barbarous
{a} wild, uncultivated, cruel, barbarous
{n} a person uncivilized, a genus of flies
A savage person
marked by extreme and violent energy; "a ferocious beating"; "fierce fighting"; "a furious battle"
The heat on Canberra spring evenings
Uncivilized; untaught; unpolished; rude; as, savage life; savage manners
attack brutally and fiercely
To make savage
A human being who does not feel the restraints of civilization Savages are at the stage of cultural "childhood" according to such nineteenth-century thinkers as the anthropologist Lewis Henry Morgan See Noble Savage and Primitive
Wild; untamed; uncultivated; as, savage beasts
If someone is savaged by a dog or other animal, the animal attacks them violently. The animal then turned on him and he was savaged to death
{i} barbarian, uncivilized person; brutal or cruel person
Someone or something that is savage is extremely cruel, violent, and uncontrolled. This was a savage attack on a defenceless young girl. a savage dog lunging at the end of a chain. = vicious + savagely sav·age·ly He was savagely beaten
(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"
a member of an uncivilized people
brutal, vicious or merciless
Characterized by cruelty; barbarous; fierce; ferocious; inhuman; brutal; as, a savage spirit
A man of extreme, unfeeling, brutal cruelty; a barbarian
A human being in his native state of rudeness; one who is untaught, uncivilized, or without cultivation of mind or manners
without civilizing influences; "barbarian invaders"; "barbaric practices"; "a savage people"; "fighting is crude and uncivilized especially if the weapons are efficient"-Margaret Meade; "wild tribes"
a cruelly rapacious person
disapproval If you refer to people as savages, you dislike them because you think that they do not have an advanced society and are violent. their conviction that the area was a frozen desert peopled with uncouth savages
Of or pertaining to the forest; remote from human abodes and cultivation; in a state of nature; wild; as, a savage wilderness
criticize harshly or violently; "The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
a member of an uncivilized people criticize harshly or violently; "The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
wild and menacing; "a ferocious dog"
If someone or something that they have done is savaged by another person, that person criticizes them severely. The show had already been savaged by critics Speakers called for clearer direction and savaged the Chancellor. a very offensive word for someone who has a simple, traditional way of life
Savage Island
{i} Niue, self-governing island (dependency of New Zealand) in central Pacific Ocean that was discovered by Capt. James Cook in 1774
savage review
harsh review, sever criticism
savage tribe
wild group of people
In a wild, uncontrolled, or savage manner
The property of being or behaving savagely
{a} cruelly, barbarously, inhumanly
{n} great cruelty, barbarity
John Savage
{i} (born 1950) United States film actor (known for his role in "The Deer Hunter")
To savage
Walter Savage Landor
born Jan. 30, 1775, Warwick, Warwickshire, Eng. died Sept. 17, 1864, Florence, Italy British writer. He was educated at Rugby School and Oxford but left both over disagreements with the authorities. A classicist, he originally wrote many of his works in Latin. Though he wrote lyrics, plays, and heroic poems, he is best remembered for his multivolume Imaginary Conversations, prose dialogues between historical personages (1824-53). He spent much of his life in France and Italy
past of savage
In a savage manner
wildly; like an animal; "she cried out savagely"
wildly, in an untamed manner; barbarically, in an uncivilized manner; cruelly, fiercely; ruthlessly, brutally; angrily, furiously
wildly; like an animal; "she cried out savagely
in a vicious manner; "he was viciously attacked"
the trait of extreme cruelty
The state or quality of being savage
{i} state of being uncivilized; wildness, state of being untamed; cruelness, fierceness; ruthlessness, brutality; angriness, furiousness
plural of savage
present participle of savage