strangled

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English - Turkish
{f} boğ

Dan, Linda'yı yastık kılıfıyla boğdu. - Dan strangled Linda with a pillow case.

Otopsi onun boğarak öldürüldüğünü gösterdi. - The postmortem showed that she had been strangled.

boğuk
boguk
strangle
{f} boğmak

Sami, Leyla'yı boğmak için bir at ipi kullandı. - Sami used a horse rope to strangle Layla.

Onu boğmak istiyorum. - I'd like to strangle her.

strangle
{f} boğarak öldürmek

Onu boğarak öldürmek istiyorum. - I'd like to strangle him.

strangle
{f} tutmak
strangle
boğazını sıkmak
strangle
gırtlaklamak
strangle
gelişimini engellemek
strangle
boğ

Onu boğmak istiyorum. - I didn't strangle him.

Onu boğarak öldürmek istiyorum. - I'd like to strangle him.

to be strangled
boğulabilir için
strangle
(Askeri) STRANGLE" KODU: "Belirtilen cihazı kapatın anlamına gelen kod
strangle
boğazını sıkarak öldürmek
strangle
{f} boğazlamak

Tom Mary'yi boğazlamak için tamamen hazır değildi. - Tom couldn't quite bring himself to strangle Mary.

Sami, karısını boğazlamak için çıplak ellerini kullandı. - Sami used his bare hands to strangle his wife.

strangle
boğucu hakimiyet
strangle
{f} boğmak; boğulmak
strangle
{f} bastırmak
strangle
(Tıp) Nefes borusunun sıkılması nedeniyle nefesi kesilmek,boğulmak
strangle
(Tıp) Nefes borusunu sıkarak nefesini kesmek,boğmak
strangle
strangle hold güreşte boğma vaziyeti
English - English
past of strangle
held in check with difficulty; "a smothered cough"; "a stifled yawn"; "a strangled scream"; "suppressed laughter"
A strangled voice or cry sounds unclear because the throat muscles of the person speaking or crying are tight. In a strangled voice he said, `This place is going to be unthinkable without you.'. strangled cry/gasp/voice etc a cry or other sound that is suddenly stopped before it is finished
{s} smothered; stifled; kept under control with difficulty
strangle
To be killed by strangulation, or become strangled

The cat slipped from the branch and became strangled by its bell-colla.

strangle
To stifle, choke, or suffocate in any manner
strangle
To strangle someone means to kill them by squeezing their throat tightly so that they cannot breathe. He tried to strangle a border policeman and steal his gun = throttle
strangle
constrict (someone's) throat and keep from breathing
strangle
To be strangled, or suffocated
strangle
{f} choke to death, throttle by compressing the windpipe and preventing the intake of air, asphyxiate; stifle, suppress
strangle
kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air; "he tried to strangle his opponent"; "A man in Boston has been strangling several dozen prostitutes"
strangle
An option strategy that refers to writing a call and a put with different strike prices on the same underlying security
strangle
To strangle something means to prevent it from succeeding or developing. The country's economic plight is strangling its scientific institutions
strangle
The purchase of a put and a higher-strike call with the same time to expiration
strangle
prevent the progress or free movement of; "He was hampered in his efforts by the bad weather"; "the imperilist nation wanted to strangle the free trade between the two small countries"
strangle
A strangle is another word for combination (See combination)
strangle
An option position consisting of the purchase or sale of put and call options having the same expiration but different strike prices
strangle
die from strangulation
strangle
A trading position involving the simultaneous purchase or sale of both a put and a call of different strike prices with the same expiration date
strangle
The purchase or sale of an equivalent number of puts and calls on a given underlying stock with the same expiration date but different exercise prices The strangle purchaser seeks to profit from relatively large movements in the price of the underlying stock, regardless of direction
strangle
To stifle or suppress an action
strangle
struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake; "he swallowed a fishbone and gagged"
strangle
To hinder from appearance; to stifle; to suppress
strangle
conceal or hide; "smother a yawn"; "muffle one's anger"; "strangle a yawn"
strangle
To compress the windpipe of (a person or animal) until death results from stoppage of respiration; to choke to death by compressing the throat, as with the hand or a rope
strangle
die from strangulation kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air; "he tried to strangle his opponent"; "A man in Boston has been strangling several dozen prostitutes
strangle
The simultaneous sale or purchase of both a call and a put with the same expiration month and different strike prices
strangle
To kill someone by strangulation (squeezing the throat so as to cut off the oxygen supply); to choke, suffocate or throttle
strangle
An option play where both a call and a put are purchased The call and the put have different strike prices (usually both out of the money), but have the same expiration month, and the same underlying stock or index
strangle
A trading strategy whereby you write (sell) a put and a call
strangle
an option position comprised of a long (short) call and a long (short) put at different strikes, but the same expiration
strangle
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strangle
An option strategy involving one call and one put with different strike levels but with the same expiry date
strangled

    Turkish pronunciation

    stränggıld

    Pronunciation

    /ˈstraɴɢgəld/ /ˈstræŋɡəld/

    Etymology

    [ 'stra[ng]-g&l ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French estrangler, from Latin strangulare, from Greek strangalan, from strangalE halter; more at STRAIN.

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