to deprive

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English - Turkish
(Hukuk) elinden almak
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{i} sevk
deprive
mahrum et

Onlar beni özgürlüğümden mahrum ettiler. - They deprived me of my liberty.

Seni haklarından mahrum etmeye çalışmıyorum. - I'm not trying to deprive you of your rights.

deprive
(Hukuk) yoksun bırakmak
deprive
mahrum etmek
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{f} göndermek
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{f} yalayıp yutmak
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{f} sevketmek
deprive
yoksun etmek
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bitirivermek
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çekme (telgraf/faks)
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dağıtma
deprive
(of ile) yoksun bırakmak
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hız
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{i} haber
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yollamak
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rapor
deprive
görevden almak
deprive
mahrumiyet
deprive
{f} rütbesini indirmek (kilise)
deprive
{f} of -den yoksun bırakmak, -den mahrum etmek, -den etmek: This work will deprive us of our health. Bu iş bizi sağlığımızdan edecek
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{f} öldürmek
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(Mukavele) dağıtmak; dağıtım
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yazışma
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dağıtım, dağıtmak
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{f} silip süpürmek
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sürat
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sevketme
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mektup
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{i} idam
English - English
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To take something away (and keep it away); deny someone of something

If we had been deprived of it, the most serious consequence would be that we'd be deprived of philosophy.

{v} to take from, debar, put out, free
To deprive of
bate
deprive
{f} take away, prevent from having, deny
deprive
take away possessions from someone; "The Nazis stripped the Jews of all their assets"
deprive
keep from having, keeping, or obtaining
deprive
To take away; to put an end; to destroy
deprive
If you deprive someone of something that they want or need, you take it away from them, or you prevent them from having it. They've been deprived of the fuel necessary to heat their homes. deprive of to prevent someone from having something, especially something that they need or should have
deprive
To dispossess; to bereave; to divest; to hinder from possessing; to debar; to shut out from; with a remoter object, usually preceded by of
deprive
To divest of office; to depose; to dispossess of dignity, especially ecclesiastical
deprive
keep from having, keeping, or obtaining take away possessions from someone; "The Nazis stripped the Jews of all their assets
deprive
take away
to deprive
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