subversiveness

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English - Turkish
yıkıcılık
subversive
{s} yıkıcı
subversive
devirmeyi tasarlayan
subversive
baltalayıcı
subversive
(iktidardakileri) devirmeyi tasarlayan
subversive
{s} huzur bozucu

Şarkı sözleri yeterince masum görünüyor fakat onları yakından dinlersen onların gerçekten ne kadar huzur bozucu olduğunu fark edersin. - The lyrics seem innocent enough, but if you listen to them closely, you'll realize how subversive they really are.

subversive
{s} (insanların güvenini/inancını sarsarak) (devleti/bir kurumu) çökerten/yıkan
subversive
{s} tahrip edici
English - English
disloyalty by virtue of subversive behavior
The property of being subversive
subversive
Intending to subvert, overturn or undermine a government or authority
subversive
a radical supporter of political or social revolution
subversive
{a} tending to overturn or ruin
subversive
{i} one who promotes subversion and destruction, one who undermines, one who overthrows
subversive
{s} promoting subversion and destruction, tending to undermine
subversive
in opposition to a civil authority or government
subversive
Subversives are people who attempt to weaken or destroy a political system or government. Agents regularly rounded up suspected subversives. subversive ideas, activities etc are secret and intended to damage or destroy a government or an established system. someone who secretly tries to damage or destroy the government or an established system
subversive
Tending to subvert; having a tendency to overthrow and ruin
subversive
Something that is subversive is intended to weaken or destroy a political system or government. This courageous and subversive movie has attracted widespread critical support
subversiveness

    Hyphenation

    sub·ver·sive·ness

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ s&b-'v&r-zh&n, -sh ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin subversion-, subversio, from Latin subvertere.

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