horde

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sürümek
sürü

Bu oyun seni kötü gelincik sürülerine karşı savaştırır. - This game has you battle against hordes of evil stoats.

{i} horda
{f} toplanmak
Horda, göçebe aşiret; kalabalık; güruh. Golden Horde Altınordu
göçebe aşiret
kalabalık

Tom bağıran fanatik kızlardan oluşan bir kalabalık tarafından çevrilmişti. - Tom was surrounded by a horde of screaming fangirls.

göçebe yağmacı topluluk
göçebe ve ilkel yaşmak
kalabalık yapmak
golden horde
(Tarih) altın orda devleti
golden horde
(Tarih) Altın Ordu Devleti
great horde
büyük kalabalık
İngilizce - İngilizce
A large number of people

We were beset by a horde of street vendors who thought we were tourists and would buy their cheap souvenirs.

A wandering troop or gang; especially, a clan or tribe of a nomadic people (originally Tatars) migrating from place to place for the sake of pasturage, plunder, etc.; a predatory multitude
a gathered multitude of human beings
{n} a clan, tribe, set, crew, migratory crew
Originated from the Turkish "ordu" (army) meaning a group of something
{f} crowd about, assemble, swarm
a predatory multitude
a nomadic community
If you describe a crowd of people as a horde, you mean that the crowd is very large and excited and, often, rather frightening or unpleasant. This attracts hordes of tourists to Las Vegas. a large crowd moving in a noisy uncontrolled way horde of (and , from horda)
{i} large amount, mass, crowd; nomadic group of people; swarm, pack
a moving crowd
a vast multitude a nomadic community
a vast multitude
A wandering troop or gang; especially, a clan or tribe of a nomadic people migrating from place to place for the sake of pasturage, plunder, etc
horde of insects
swarm of insects
Golden Horde
The Mongol invaders who invaded Europe in the 13th Century (1237) and were eventually stopped by Tamerlane in 1395
primal horde
In Freudian psychoanalysis, an archetypal cathexis of the sons usurping their father's hierarchical position; the basis of the Oedipus complex, and sometimes resulting in totemism

Freud's analyses from his 1913 Totem and taboo, of how the primal horde of rebellious sons overcame the patriarchal father and set up public totems and taboos as means to eternalize their resultant guilt.

yellow horde
East Asian nations or people, especially the people of China or Japan, conceived as foreign and menacing due to their vast population, non-Western cultures, or supposed antagonism to the West

So the Chinese and Central Asians are the barbaric, faceless, yellow horde that may once again drown the noble Slavs.

big horde
(Tarih) The Great Horde, or Big Horde was the central principality of the Mongol-Tartar Golden Horde, the westernmost successor state of Genghis Khan's legacy
great horde
(Tarih) The Great Horde, or Big Horde was the central principality of the Mongol-Tartar Golden Horde, the westernmost successor state of Genghis Khan's legacy
Golden Horde
The Mongol army that swept over eastern Europe in the 13th century and established a suzerain in Russia. Russian designation for the western part of the Mongol empire. The Golden Horde flourished from the mid-13th century to the end of the 14th century. The name is traditionally said to derive from the golden tent of Batu, a grandson of Genghis Khan, who expanded the domain of the Golden Horde in a series of brilliant campaigns that included the sacking and burning of Kiev in 1240. At its peak, its territory included most of European Russia. The outbreak of the Black Death in 1346 marked the beginning of its disintegration; in the 15th century it broke into several smaller khanates
golden horde
a Mongolian army that swept over eastern Europe in the 13th century
hordes
plural of horde
horde