murder

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İngilizce - Türkçe
öldürmek

O, kocasını öldürmekle suçlandığı için mahkemelik oldu. - She went on trial charged with murdering her husband.

Ona cinayet silahını satman onun karısın öldürmek için seni suç ortağı yapar. - Having sold him the murder weapon makes you an accessory to uxoricide.

{f} cinayet işlemek

Dan bir cinayet işlemekle suçlandı. - Dan was accused of committing a murder.

Leyla cinayet işlemek için komplo kurmakla suçlanıyordu. - Layla was charged with conspiracy to commit murder.

{i} öldürme

Tom Mary'yi öldürmeye çalıştı. - Tom tried to murder Mary.

Tom ve Mary John'u öldürme girişiminde bulundular. - Tom and Mary attempted to murder John.

cinayet

O cinayetle suçlandı. - He was accused of murder.

O cinayetten suçludur. - He is guilty of murder.

{f} kasten öldürmek
{f} bozmak
{i} adam öldürme
kıymak
cani
kanlı

Fadıl'ın, kanlı planını uygulamasını hiçbir şey durduramaz. - Nothing can stop Fadil from executing his murderous plan.

(Kanun) kasden cinayet işleme
içine etmek
katletmek
{f} öldür

Öldürmenin dışında bir şey yapacaktır. - He will do anything but murder.

Tom ve Mary John'u öldürme girişiminde bulundular. - Tom and Mary attempted to murder John.

çok zor iş
ölüm

Teksas'ta cinayet ölüm cezasını gerektiren bir suçtur. - In Texas, murder is a crime punishable by death.

Sami cinayetten hüküm giydi ve ölüm cezasına çarptırıldı. - Sami was convicted of murder and sentenced to death.

{i} k.dili. baş belası, işkence
murder a piece of music bir müzik parçasını berbat etmek
dili baş belası
{f} (yasaya aykırı olarak) (birini) öldürmek, katletmek
{f} k.dili. bozmak
murder in the first degree kasten adam öldürme
harap etmek
(Argo) bok etmek
berbat etmek
katil

Katil şimdi yargılanıyor. - The murderer is now on trial.

Tom'un eskiden uyuşturucu satıcıları ve katillerle takıldığını duydum. - I heard that Tom used to hang out with drug dealers and murderers.

(Hukuk) adam öldürme suçu
murderer
{i} katil

Katil şimdi yargılanıyor. - The murderer is now on trial.

Katilin kim olduğunu düşünüyorsunuz? - Who do you think the murderer is?

murder someone
adam öldürmek
murder in the first degree
taammüden adam öldürme
murder suspect
katil sanığı
murder in the first degree
kasten adam öldürme
murder mysteries
cinayet gizem
murder of a husband (by a wife)
Bir karı bir koca (öldürülmesi)
murder by hire
(Kanun) kiralık cinayet
murder in the first
kasten adam öldürme
murder mystery
cinai roman
murder squad
cinayet masası
murder suspect
cinayet sanığı
murder the queen's english
(deyim) bozuk aksanla konuşmak
murder the queen's english
(deyim) ingilizce'yi katletmek
murder victim
cinayet kurbanı
murder weapon
cinayet silahı
murder weapon
suç aleti (cinayet)
deliberate murder
Kasten / planlanmış adam öldürme
to murder
katletmek
guilty of murder
kanlı
murdered
maktül
murderer
(Kanun) adam öldüren kimse
unsolved murder
faili meçhul cinayet
charge sb with murder
birini cinayetle suçlamak
judicial murder
yargısız infaz
judicial murder
adli katil
murderous
cinaî
premeditated murder
taammüden adam öldürme
rape and murder
zorla tecavüz ve öldürme
unidentified murder
faili meçhul cinayet
Felony Murder
(Kanun) Bir başka suç işlenirken öldürme suçunun da oluşması
Murderer
kıyacı
blue murder
mavi cinayet
capital murder
Cezası idam olan cinayet
create bloody murder, hell
gürültü koparmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek
first degree murder
birinci derece cinayet
get away with murder
uzağa cinayet olsun
infanticide, murder of infants
Bebeklerin bebek öldürme, cinayet
mass murder
Kitle katliamı, toplu katliam
murdering
kıya
scream bloody murder
(deyim) Bir şeye abartılı, bağırıp çağırarak karşı çıkmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek
scream blue murder
(deyim) Bir şeye abartılı, bağırıp çağırarak karşı çıkmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek
sexual murder
cinsel cinayet
yell bloody murder
(deyim) Bir şeye abartılı, bağırıp çağırarak karşı çıkmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek
yell blue murder
(deyim) Bir şeye abartılı, bağırıp çağırarak karşı çıkmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek
anything short of murder
cinayet dışında her şey
attempted murder
cinayete teşebbüs
attempted murder
adam öldürmeye teşebbüs
attempted murder
cinayet girişimi
commit a murder
cinayet işlemek
complicity in murder
cinayete ortaklık
get away with murder
{k} bir kötülüğün cezasını çekmemek
murdered
öldürülmüş

O gizemli bir şekilde öldürülmüş bulundu. - He was found mysteriously murdered.

Tom öldürülmüş olabilir mi? - Could Tom have been murdered?

murdered
maktul
murdered
(sıfat) öldürülmüş
murderer
(Askeri) CANİ, KATİL, ADAM ÖLDÜREN
murderer
cani
murderous
{s} tehlikeli
murderous
öldürücü
murderous
ölüm saçan
on a charge of murder
cinayet suçlaması ile
on suspicion of murder
cinayet zannıyla
premeditated murder
plânlanmış cinayet
premeditated murder
taammüden cinayet
premeditated murder
kasıtlı cinayet
second degree murder
kasıtsız adam öldürme
second degree murder
ikinci dereceden cinayet
serial murder
seri cinayet
wilful murder
kasıtlı cinayet
wilful murder
kasten adam öldürme
willful murder
kasten adam öldürme
willful murder
taammüden cinayet
İngilizce - İngilizce
To defeat decisively

Our team is going to murder them.

: Something terrible to endure

This headache is murder.

To kick someone's ass or chew someone out (used to express one’s anger at somebody)

He's torn my best shirt. When I see him, I'll murder him!.

The collective noun for crows

Out of line! Indivisable! A crow left of the murder!.

An act of deliberate killing of another human being

There have been ten unsolved murders this year alone.

To deliberately kill (a person or persons)
To botch or mangle
to devour, ravish

I could murder a hamburger right now.

The crime of deliberate killing

The defendant was charged with murder.

{v} to kill unlawfully with premeditated malice
{n} a killing unlawfully with malice
unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being kill intentionally and with premeditation; "The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered
To destroy; to put an end to
The unlawful killing of a human being by another with malice aforethought, either express or implied
An act of deliberate killing
The unlawful killing of a human being with deliberate intent to kill Murder in the first degree is characterized by premeditation; murder in the second degree is characterized by a sudden and instantaneous intent to kill or to cause injury without caring whether the injury kills or not (See also manslaughter )
Terrible to endure
The crime of homicide committed either intentionally or with wicked disregard for the consequences N Not proven A criminal verdict, somewhere between guilt and not guilty, the consequences of which are that the accused is treated as if found not guilty O Oath The solemn undertaking by a witness to tell the truth A witness who does not wish to take the oath for religious or other reasons may make an affirmation
See Murder, n
To kill with premediated malice; to kill (a human being) willfully, deliberately, and unlawfully
Murder is the deliberate and illegal killing of a person. The three accused, aged between 19 and 20, are charged with attempted murder She refused to testify, unless the murder charge against her was dropped. brutal murders
{i} illegal killing of human being by another person with hostile intent
The unlawful killing of a human being with deliberate intent to kill: (1) murder in the first degree is characterized by premeditation; (2) murder in the second degree is characterized by a sudden and instantaneous intent to kill or to cause injury without caring whether the injury kills or not
alter so as to make unrecognizable; "The tourists murdered the French language"
The unlawful killing of a human being by another with malice aforethought, either expressed or implied (see Homicide; compare Manslaughter)
murder murderer (預謀)殺人
unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being
kill intentionally and with premeditation; "The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered"
The crime of taking another human's life
disapproval If you say that someone gets away with murder, you are complaining that they can do whatever they like without anyone trying to control them or punish them. His charm and the fact that he is so likeable often allows him to get away with murder
Used to express one's anger at somebody
To murder someone means to commit the crime of killing them deliberately. a thriller about two men who murder a third to see if they can get away with it. the body of a murdered religious and political leader
For discussion, see manslaughter
The offense of killing a human being with malice prepense or aforethought, express or implied; intentional and unlawful homicide
1 Unlawful killing of another human being with premeditated intent or malice aforethought First degree murder is an unlawful killing that is deliberate and premeditated Second degree murder is unlawful killing of another with malice aforethought but without deliberation and premeditation Such malice may be in the form of express malice as the actual intention to kill, or of implied malice where there is no intent but, where death is caused by an act which discloses such reckless state of mind as to be equivalent to an actual intent to kill
the unlawful killing of one (or more) human being(s) by another, especially with malice aforethought (intending to do so before the act)
To mutilate, spoil, or deform, as if with malice or cruelty; to mangle; as, to murder the king's English
The unlawful killing of a human being by another with malice aforethought, either expressed or implied
{f} illegally kill another person; destroy, ruin
ice
redrum
murderment
massacre
quell
murder in the dark
A party game, played in a darkened room, in which a designated "murderer" eliminates other players, who must try to identify which player is the murderer
murder in the first degree
first-degree murder
murder in the second degree
second-degree murder
murder one
murder in the first degree
murder will out
a murderer will always be discovered
murder will out
secrets or hidden crimes will eventually be exposed or discovered; nothing that is secret can remain a secret forever
murder-suicide
A murder in which the killer also commits suicide
Murder of Roger Ackroyd
a famous detective story by Agatha Christie. When the book was published in 1926, it caused a lot of controversy (=serious disagreement) among readers because the narrator is shown to be the murderer at the end of the story. Some people thought that Christie was cheating by using this type of plot
Murder on the Orient Express
famous murder mystery written by the British writer Agatha Christie
murder charge
an indictment charging someone with murder
murder conspiracy
plot to commit murder
murder conviction
conviction for murder
murder in the first degree
murder with intent to kill, pre-meditated murder
murder mystery
a narrative about a murder and how the murderer is discovered
murder mystery
undeciphered mystery, unsolved murder case; suspense-thriller which describes a murderous affair
murder of innocent people
murder of people for no reason, killing of common harmless people
murder suspect
someone suspected of committing murder
murder trial
judging of a murder case by a law court
murder-suicide
{i} murder in which the killer takes his/her one own life immediately after the murder, act in which a person murders a person or person and immediately after commits suicide; (Politics) negative campaigning that causes harm to the political adversary and the politician who launched the campaign
muti murder
A murder in which organs or other body parts are harvested for the production of traditional medicine
axe-murder
To murder (someone) with an axe
cried blue murder
Simple past tense and past participle of cry blue murder
cries blue murder
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cry blue murder
cry blue murder
To make an unwarranted fuss

If told that they could not stay up late the children would cry blue murder.

crying blue murder
Present participle of cry blue murder
first-degree murder
A murder which is premeditated with malice aforethought
get away with murder
To do something bad or illegal and not be punished

2005:He said I found out about everything he did and said, 'I can't get away with nothing, and Jim can get away with murder.' I don't think that I let any of my kids get away with murder, and I don't think any one of them ever did much serious mischief. — (Can we this quote?) James M. Hill, Sr., I Have Been Blessed!: Hard Work and Happiness, Aforesight Press, ISBN 0977485994, page 205:.

lust murder
murder accompanied by mutilation, often of a sexual nature
mass murder
The killing of a large number of people over a short period of time
murderous
Very difficult

a murderous exam.

scream bloody murder
To protest loudly or angrily
screamed bloody murder
Simple past tense and past participle of scream bloody murder
screaming bloody murder
Present participle of scream bloody murder
screams bloody murder
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scream bloody murder
second-degree murder
murder with intent, but without premeditation
wink murder
A children's game in which a designated player attempts to wink at as many people as possible in order to kill them, without being caught by the player who has to guess who the murderer is
murderer
{n} one who kills with malice and premeditated purpose
murderous
{a} guilty of murder, bloody, cruel
Felony Murder
(Kanun) The definition of felony murder varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. The classic definition, however, states that someone is guilty of murder if another person dies because any other felony, such as burglary, rape, arson, or mayhem, was committed or attempted
scream bloody murder
(deyim) Make an extravagant and noisy protest
scream blue murder
(deyim) Make an extravagant and noisy protest
yell bloody murder
(deyim) Make an extravagant and noisy protest
yell blue murder
(deyim) Make an extravagant and noisy protest
Inc. Murder
Popular name for an arm of the U.S. national crime syndicate founded 1930 in Brooklyn, N.Y., to threaten, maim, or murder designated victims for a price. Its services were available to any syndicate member anywhere in the country; many of its victims were themselves syndicate members who were killed for "business reasons." Its principal figures were Louis Buchalter, known as Louis Lepke, and Albert Anastasia. Investigated by Thomas Dewey, it was exposed in 1940-41 by a former member, Abe "Kid Twist" Reles, who described some 70 murders and suggested hundreds more; he himself died mysteriously in the middle of the investigation
Murderous
assassinous
accused of murder
officially blamed for homicide, indicted for maliciously killing another person
attempt to murder
try to kill
attempted murder
attempt to kill someone, failed effort to commit homicide
blue murder
an extravagantly loud outcry; "she screamed blue murder"
blue murder
an extravagantly loud outcry; "she screamed blue murder
cold-blooded murder
brutal homicide, cruel murder, malicious killing
commit murder
maliciously kill another person, commit homicide
cry blue murder
scream loudly
despicable murder
contemptible murder, loathsome killing
double murder
killing of two people at one time or place, double killing, double homicide
first degree murder
premeditated murder, murder which was planned in advance
get away with murder
(Slang) not receiving a punishment for doing something against the law
got away with murder
did something objectionable but was not punished
judicial murder
legal definition of murder
mass murder
the savage and excessive killing of many people
mass murder
murder of many people within a short period of time
mass murder
Mass murder is the deliberate illegal killing of a large number of people by a person or an organization
motive for a murder
reason for killing someone
murdered
{s} killed illegally, slained with malice forethought
murdered
killed unlawfully; "the murdered woman"; "lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bier"
murdered
killed unlawfully; "the murdered woman"; "lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bier
murdered
Simple past and past participle of to murder
murderer
One guilty of murder; a person who, in possession of his reason, unlawfully kills a human being with premeditated malice
murderer
a criminal who commits homicide (who performs the unlawful premeditated killing of another human being)
murderer
{i} one who illegally kills another person
murderer
A murderer is a person who has murdered someone. One of these men may have been the murderer. someone who murders another person
murderer
A person who commits murder
murderer
A small cannon, formerly used for clearing a ship's decks of boarders; called also murdering piece
murderers
plural of murderer
murdering
present participle of murder
murderous
A murderous attack or other action is very violent and intended to result in someone's death. He made a murderous attack on his wife that evening
murderous
{s} homicidal, of murder, of slaughter; very unpleasant, troublesome (Colloquial)
murderous
Of or pertaining to murder; characterized by, or causing, murder or bloodshed; having the purpose or quality of murder; bloody; sanguinary; as, the murderous king; murderous rapine; murderous intent; a murderous assault
murderous
capable of or conducive to bloodshed; "a cutthroat rogue"; "a homicidal rage"; "murderous thugs"
murderous
Someone who is murderous is likely to murder someone and may already have murdered someone. This murderous lunatic could kill them both without a second thought
murderous
intending, or likely to commit murder; bloodthirsty or homicidal
murders
plural of murder
perfect murder
murder so well planned and executed that it is impossible to solve
premeditated murder
murder that is planned in advance
serial murder
Unlawful homicide of at least two people, carried out in a series over a period of time. Serial murder differs from mass murder, in which several victims are murdered at the same time and place. Criminologists have distinguished between two types of serial murder: classic serial murder, which usually involves stalking and is often sexually motivated, and spree serial murder, which is usually motivated by thrill-seeking. Cases of serial murder have been documented since ancient times. The incidence of serial murder increased dramatically in the early 19th century, particularly in Europe, though this development has been attributed to advances in crime detection and increased news coverage rather than to an actual rise in the number of occurrences. From the late 19th century serial murderers received considerable attention in the press, and their cases inspired numerous books and films. These accounts, however, tended to mislead the public by suggesting that serial murder is a common phenomenon, when in fact it represented less than 2% of all murders in the late 20th century
suicide murder case
case in which a murder kill himself after killing someone else
suspect a person of murder
believe a person is guilty of homicide
the murder weapon
item used for the purpose of killing, weapon which was used for murdering someone
thou shalt not murder
you will not kill
unsolved murder case
murder case that is not solved, murderer who has not yet been discovered, murder mystery
willful murder
premeditated murder, murder that was planned beforehand
murder