abusively

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abusive
ağzı bozuk

Tom çocuklarına karşı çok ağzı bozuktu. - Tom was very abusive towards his children.

abusive
{s} küfürlü

Daha önce böyle küfürlü bir mektup almadım. - I had never received such an abusive letter before.

Takım onun küfürlü davranışı için koçun kovulmasını istedi. - The team wanted the coach fired for his abusive behavior.

abusive
yolsuz
abusive
kötü davranan
abusive
taciz eden
abusive
kötüye kullanan
abusive
hor kullanan
abusive
küfürbaz

Fadıl çok küfürbaz bir kişi haline geldi. - Fadil became a very abusive person.

Onun küfürbaz bir annesi vardı. - She had an abusive mother.

abusive
fesatçı abusively yolsuz olarak
abusive
bozuk

Tom çocuklarına karşı çok ağzı bozuktu. - Tom was very abusive towards his children.

abusive
{s} kötü (davranış)
abusive
{s} ağzı bozuk (argo)
abusive
kötüleyici
abusive
ağzı pis
abusive
kötü sözlerle dolu
abusive
kötü sözler söyleyen
abusive
sövgü dolu
abusive
ağzıbozuk
abusive
tacizci

Dan tacizci babası hakkında konuştu. - Dan talked about his abusive father.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In an abusive manner; rudely; with abusive language
{a} in an abusive manner, rudely
in an abusive manner; "he behaved abusively toward his children"
in an abusive manner; "he behaved abusively toward his children
with foul and abusive language; harmfully
abusive
Wrongly used; perverted; misapplied

I am ... necessitated to use the word Parliament improperly, according to the abusive acceptation thereof. - Fuller.

abusive
Given to misusing; also, full of abuses

The abusive prerogatives of his see. - Hallam.

abusive
Containing abuse, or serving as the instrument of abuse; vituperative; reproachful; scurrilous

An abusive lampoon. - Samuel Johnson A dictionary of the English language.

abusive
Practicing abuse; prone to ill treat by coarse, insulting words or by other ill usage; as, an abusive author; an abusive fellow
abusive
employing harsh words or ill treatment
abusive
{a} conveying abuse, offensive, rude
Abusive
characterized by physical or psychological maltreatment; "abusive punishment"; "argued that foster homes are abusive"
abusive
characterized by physical or psychological maltreatment; "abusive punishment"; "argued
abusive
Abusive language is extremely rude and insulting. = insulting. using cruel words or physical violence
abusive
Tending to deceive; fraudulent; cheating
abusive
that foster homes are abusive" expressing offensive reproach
abusive
Someone who is abusive behaves in a cruel and violent way towards other people. He became violent and abusive toward Ben's mother One in eight women lives in an abusive relationship
abusive
that foster homes are abusive"
abusive
expressing offensive reproach
abusive
{s} using foul language; mistreating
abusively

    Расстановка переносов

    a·bu·sive·ly

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ &-'byü-siv, also ] (adjective.) 1583. abusive +‎ -ly

    Слово дня

    mellifluous
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