rioter

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} gösterici

Polis göstericileri dağıtmak için plastik mermi kullandı. - Police used rubber bullets to subdue the rioters.

Göstericiler zorla plazadan çıkarıldılar. - The rioters were forcibly removed from the plaza.

{i} isyancı

İsyancılar onu kötü yendi. - The rioters beat him badly.

Birkaç isyancı ciddi biçimde yaralandı. - A few rioters were seriously injured.

ayaklanmacı

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

{i} asi
{i} gürültücü
{i} karışıklık çıkaran kimse
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isyan etmek
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isyan

İsyan kontrolden çıktı. - The riot got out of hand.

İsyan şehirde yayıldı. - The riot spread across the city.

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ayaklanmak
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{i} ayaklanma

Bütün polis memurları kendilerini ayaklanmacılara karşı korumak için kalkanlarla donatıldı. - All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.

O, ayaklanmada öldürüldü. - He was killed in the riot.

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büyük eğlence/başarı
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(Askeri) İSYAN, KARGAŞALIK
İngilizce - İngilizce
One who riots; part of the unruly violent crowd causing a riot

The rioters had erected a makeshift barricade and were pelting the police with rocks from behind it.

{n} one who makes a riot or disturbance
See Riot, n
troublemaker who participates in a violent disturbance of the peace; someone who rises up against the constituted authority
{i} one who takes part in a riot, one who participates in a violent public disturbance
One who riots; a reveler; a roisterer
One who engages in a riot
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a public act of violence by an unruly mob take part in a riot; disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot; "Students were rioting everywhere in 1968
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{n} sedition, tumult, uproar, to revel
A rioter
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If someone in authority reads you the riot act, they tell you that you will be punished unless you start behaving properly. I'm glad you read the riot act to Billy. He's still a kid and still needs to be told what to do
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a state of disorder involving group violence
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Excessive and expensive feasting; wild and loose festivity; revelry
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{f} participate in a violent public disturbance; engage in wild partying, behave in a wanton manner; run wild, behave uncontrollably; spend money on an extravagant and wanton lifestyle; (about hunting dogs) chase an animal other than the intended game
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{i} violent or wild public disturbance; person or thing that is extremely funny; outburst of emotion; wild merrymaking, boisterous revelry
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If people riot, they behave violently in a public place. Last year 600 inmates rioted, starting fires and building barricades + rioter rioters ri·ot·er The militia dispersed the rioters. + rioting ri·ot·ing At least fifteen people are now known to have died in three days of rioting
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approval If you say that there is a riot of something pleasant such as colour, you mean that there is a large amount of various types of it. All the cacti were in flower, so that the desert was a riot of colour
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A disturbance of the public peace, through unlawful assembly of three or more persons, in the execution of some private object
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a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity
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a public act of violence by an unruly mob
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Violent activity by more than one person The number of persons it takes to constitute a riot varies by state Your policy may cover riots through extended coverage or direct reference
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A violent public disturbance of the peace by a group of people
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When there is a riot, a crowd of people behave violently in a public place, for example they fight, throw stones, or damage buildings and vehicles. Twelve inmates have been killed during a riot at the prison
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If people run riot, they behave in a wild and uncontrolled manner. Rampaging prisoners ran riot through Strangeways jail
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Return investment of time
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Excessive and exxpensive feasting; wild and loose festivity; revelry
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engage in boisterous, drunken merry-making; "They were out carousing last night"
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A peril covered by the extended coverage (EC) or direct reference in some policies It is violent action by two or more people State laws vary as to how many people it takes to constitute a riot
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a joke that seems extremely funny
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To engage in riot; to act in an unrestrained or wanton manner; to indulge in excess of luxury, feasting, or the like; to revel; to run riot; to go to excess
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One of the extended coverage perils, related to, but broader than, civil commotion
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If something such as your imagination runs riot, it is not limited or controlled, and produces ideas that are new or exciting, rather than sensible. A conservatory offers the perfect excuse to let your imagination run riot. if a crowd of people riot, they behave in a violent and uncontrolled way, for example by fighting the police and damaging cars or buildings
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The tumultuous disturbance of the public peace by an unlawful assembly of three or more persons in the execution of some private object
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To disturb the peace; to raise an uproar or sedition
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Wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult
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To create or take part in a riot
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take part in a riot; disturb the public peace by engaging in a riot; "Students were rioting everywhere in 1968"
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plural of rioter
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