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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} devrimci

Tüm devrimci fikirler basittir. - All revolutionary ideas are simple.

Bu gerçekten devrimci bir fikir. - That's a truly revolutionary idea.

Devrim niteliğinde
devrim kabilinden
{s} devrimlerle ilgili
ihtilâlci kimse
{s} devrim

O gerçekten devrimci olurdu. - That would be truly revolutionary.

Devrim konseyi strateji planlamak için toplandı. - The revolutionary council met to plan strategy.

devrimci veya inkılâpçı kimse
i., s. devrimci; ihtilalci
{i} inkılâpçı
Revolutionary Guards
Devrim Muhafızları
revolutionary group
devrimci grup
revolutionary guard corps
(İran) devrim muhafızları
revolutionary road
devrimci yol
revolutionary sentiment
devrimci duygular
revolutionary war
devrimci savaş
armchair revolutionary
Armchair revolutionary iş a pejorative term, generally used within the Radical Left and other left-revolutionary movements, to describe a person who endlessly criticizes the thoughts, ideology or practice of social movements or armed groups from a metaphorical armchair — i.e., from a mostly or totally inactive, theoretical position. When someone iş referred to as, or accused of, being an "armchair revolutionary," it iş always a term of abuse, intended to invoke a defensive reaction on the part of the accused, or to discredit the political ideas and/or practices that person subscribes to, or both
armchair revolutionary
Masabaşı devrimcisi; icraat yapmadan, boş konuşan siyasetçilere alay amaçlı söylenir
devrim öncesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A revolutionist; a person who revolts
pertaining to something that portends of great change; overthrowing a standing mindset
Of or pertaining to a revolution in government; tending to, or promoting, revolution; as, revolutionary war; revolutionary measures; revolutionary agitators
pertaining to something that revolves
{a} pertainig to a change of government
{i} one who attempts to overthrow a government or authority, one who takes part in a revolution
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markedly new or introducing radical change; "a revolutionary discovery"; "radical political views" advocating or engaged in revolution; "revolutionary pamphlets"; "a revolutionary junta" relating to or having the nature of a revolution; "revolutionary wars"; "the Revolutionary era
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relating to or having the nature of a revolution; "revolutionary wars"; "the Revolutionary era"
a radical supporter of political or social revolution
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markedly new or introducing radical change; "a revolutionary discovery"; "radical political views"
A revolutionary is a person who tries to cause a revolution or who takes an active part in one. The revolutionaries laid down their arms and its leaders went into voluntary exile
advocating or engaged in revolution; "revolutionary pamphlets"; "a revolutionary junta"
A revolutionist
Revolutionary ideas and developments involve great changes in the way that something is done or made. Invented in 1951, the rotary engine is a revolutionary concept in internal combustion. revolutionaries someone who joins in or supports a political or social revolution rebel. French Revolutionary Wars Institutional Revolutionary Party Socialist Revolutionary Party
The same thing repackaged with new documentation
relating to or having the nature of a revolution; "revolutionary wars"; "the Revolutionary era
{s} pertaining to a revolution; radically new or different, innovative
Revolutionary activities, organizations, or people have the aim of causing a political revolution. Do you know anything about the revolutionary movement? the Cuban revolutionary leader, Jose Marti
revolutionary road
(Edebiyat) Revolutionary Road, the first novel of author Richard Yates, was a finalist for the National Book Award in 1962 along with Catch-22 and The Moviegoer. When it was published by Atlantic-Little, Brown in 1961, it received critical acclaim, and the New York Times reviewed it as "beautifully crafted... a remarkable and deeply troubling book."
Revolutionary War
The American Revolution. American Revolutionary War, the
Revolutionary War
(1775-1783) The American Revolution, war in which American colonists fought for and won independence from Great Britain
Revolutionary calendar
{i} French Republican Calendar, calendar adopted by the French in 1793 during the French Revolution and given up in 1805, calendar which had 12 months of 30 days and each month comprised of three 10 day weeks (the months were given names that hinted to nature and season weather)
revolutionary armed forces of colombia
a powerful and wealthy terrorist organization formed in 1957 as the guerilla arm of the Colombian communist party; opposed to the United States; has strong ties to drug traffikers
revolutionary calendar
22, 1792
revolutionary calendar
the calendar adopted by the first French Republic in 1793 and abandoned in 1805; dates were calculated from Sept
revolutionary calendar month
a month in the Revolutionary calendar
revolutionary government
government established after a revolution
revolutionary group
a political unit organized to promote revolution
revolutionary organization 17 november
a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization in Greece that is violently opposed to imperialism and capitalism and NATO and the United States; an active terrorist group during the 1980s
revolutionary people's liberation party
an extreme Marxist terrorist organization in Turkey that is opposed to NATO and the United States; attacks Turkish security and military officials
revolutionary people's struggle
an extreme leftist terrorist group formed in Greece in 1971 to oppose the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974; a revolutionary group opposed to capitalism and imperialism and the United States
revolutionary proletarian nucleus
a clandestine group of leftist extremists who oppose Italy's labor policies and foreign policy; responsible for bombing building in the historic center of Rome from 2000 to 2002
revolutionary united front
a terrorist group formed in the 1980s in Sierra Leone; seeks to overthrow the government and gain control of the diamond producing regions; responsible for attacks on civilians and children, widespread torture and murder and using children to commit atrocities; sponsored by the president of Liberia
American Revolutionary War
The American Revolution
American Revolutionary War
the war in which people in Britain's colonies in North America became independent and established the United States of America (1775-83)
Fatah Revolutionary Council
international terrorist organization which separated from the PLO in 1974, FRC
French Revolutionary Wars
(1792-99) Series of wars undertaken to defend and then to spread the ideas of the French Revolution. After the National Assembly established its ascendancy over Louis XVI, in 1791 Austria and Prussia called on European rulers to assist Louis in reestablishing power. France declared war in 1792 and soon had occupied all of Belgium. The First Coalition (Prussia, Spain, the United Provinces, and Britain) was formed against France in 1793, and in response the French declared a levy on all Frenchmen, creating a massive army. By 1795 France had defeated the allies on every front; Prussia signed a peace treaty, and the Netherlands became the French-influenced Batavian Republic. Napoleon took over as commander of the Italian campaign in 1796 and by the Treaty of Campo Formio (1797) forced Austria to cede the Austrian Netherlands and recognize the French-organized Cisalpine and Ligurian republics in northern Italy. He then sailed an army to Egypt to conquer the Ottoman empire, but was defeated by Britain in the Battle of the Nile (1798). Meanwhile, other French forces had occupied new territories and established republican regimes in Rome, Switzerland (the Helvetic Republic), and Italy (the Parthenopean Republic). The Second Coalition, comprising Britain, Russia, the Ottoman empire, Naples, Portugal, and Austria, was short-lived. By the time Napoleon became first consul of France in 1799, the danger of foreign intervention was over. Conflict between France and other European powers continued in the Napoleonic Wars
Institutional Revolutionary Party
Political party that dominated Mexico's political life for most of the time since its founding in 1929. It was established as a result of a shift of power from political-military chieftains to state party units following the Mexican Revolution (1910-20). Until the late 1990s, nomination to public office by the PRI virtually guaranteed election, but in 1997 Mexico City elected its first non-PRI mayor. At the national level, the president, as leader of the party, typically selected the party's next presidential candidate thus effectively choosing his own successor. Pres. Ernesto Zedillo broke from that tradition in 1999, and the following year opposition candidate Vicente Fox won the presidency, although the PRI maintained control of several state governments
Socialist Revolutionary Party
Russian political party. The ideological heir to the 19th-century Narodniks (Populists), it was founded in 1901 by agrarian socialists and appealed mainly to the peasantry. It was the principal alternative to the Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party in the early 20th century. It relied on terrorist tactics and carried out hundreds of political assassinations. By 1917 it was Russia's largest socialist group; its members included Aleksandr Kerensky, Viktor Chernov, and Catherine Breshkovsky. The party split after the Russian Revolution of 1917, and its radical wing joined the Bolshevik government. It was suppressed by Vladimir Lenin after the Russian Civil War
american revolutionary leader
a nationalist leader in the American Revolution and in the creation of the United States
A counter-revolutionary is a person who is trying to reverse the effects of a previous revolution
counter-revolutionary counter-revolutionaries in AM, also use counterrevolutionary1. Counter-revolutionary activities are activities intended to reverse the effects of a previous revolution. counter-revolutionary propaganda
fatah revolutionary council
a Palestinian international terrorist organization that split from the PLO in 1974; has conducted terrorist attacks in 20 countries; "in the 1980s the Fatah-RC was considered the most dangerous and murderous Palestinian terror group
plural of revolutionary
tupac amaru revolutionary movement
a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization in Peru; was formed in 1983 to overthrow the Peruvian government and replace it with a Marxist regime; has connections with the ELN in Bolivia