bully

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{i} zorba

Dan bana artık zorbalık etmeyecek. - Dan will no longer bully me.

Tom Mary'ye tekrar zorbalık yapmaması için uyarıldı. - Tom was warned not to bully Mary again.

{i} kabadayı

Tom bir kabadayı, tam John'un olduğu gibi. - Tom's a bully, just like John is.

Çocuk parkının kendi kabadayısı vardır. - Every playground has its bully.

{i} hücum (hokey)
kendinden küçükleri ezen kimse
dayı

Sami, Leyla'ya dayılanıyordu. - Sami was bullying Layla.

(Argo) maganda
(Argo) şehir eşkıyası
dayılanmak
kabadayılık etmek
zorbalık etmek
{f} zorbalık et

Onun okulda zorbalık ettiğini duydum. - I heard that he was bullying at the school.

Dan bana artık zorbalık etmeyecek. - Dan will no longer bully me.

ünlem
biftek/zorba
{i} belâlı
{ü} bravo
konserve sığır eti
{i} kiralık haydut
bully zorbalık yap
kabadayılık et
dili iyi
ala
{s} harika
{f} zulmetmek
{s} mükemmel
zorba kimse
{ü} aferin
{f} zorlamak
{s} çok iyi
güzel
ünlem Bravo Aferin !
korkutmak
zorbayı
bullying
zorbalık

O, kendine yapılan zorbalık üzerine kara kara düşündü. - She brooded over the bullying done to her.

Tom aylardır bana zorbalık ediyor. - Tom has been bullying me for months.

bully for you
(Konuşma Dili) çok iyi
bully beef
konserve sığır eti
bully off
hokey oyununa başla
bully for
zorba için
bully pulpit
zorba minber
bully beef
sığır eti konservesi
bully for you
(Fiili Deyim ) aferin sana , bravo !
bully off
hokey oyununa başlamak
bullying
kabadayılık
bullying
fiziksel şiddet
bullying
dayılık
adjective bully 3
sıfat zorba 3
bullying
Ezici taciz
get bully
dayılık taşlamak
to bully
kabadayılık etmek
to bully
zorbalık etmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Bully beef
Very good; excellent
To intimidate (someone) as a bully
A hired thug
Well done!

She's finally leaving her abusive husband — bully for her!.

To act aggressively towards
Used to say that you do not care about someone who has done something nice

She's finally leaving her abusive husband — bully for her; I don't bleeding care!.

A person who is cruel to others, especially those who are weaker or have less power
A prostitute’s minder; a pimp
The penis
{i} intimidator, one who harasses weaker people
{n} a noisy quarrelsome fellow, a hector
{v} to overbear, hector, daunt, be very noisy
discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate
a cruel and brutal fellow
To act as a bully
{f} intimidate, harass
A brisk, dashing fellow
Pickled or canned beef
If someone bullies you, they use their strength or power to hurt or frighten you. I wasn't going to let him bully me + bullying bul·ly·ing schoolchildren who were victims of bullying
A prostitutes minder; a pimp
Jovial and blustering; dashing
To intimidate with threats and by an overbearing, swaggering demeanor; to act the part of a bully toward
If someone bullies you into something, they make you do it by using force or threats. We think an attempt to bully them into submission would be counterproductive She used to bully me into doing my schoolwork The government says it will not be bullied by the press. bullies someone who uses their strength or power to frighten or hurt someone who is weaker
be bossy towards; "Her big brother always bullied her when she was young"
{ü} well done, good
A bully is someone who uses their strength or power to hurt or frighten other people. I fell victim to the office bully
A noisy, blustering fellow, more insolent than courageous; one who is threatening and quarrelsome; an insolent, tyrannical fellow
{s} pleasant, lovely
very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing"
Fine; excellent; as, a bully horse
bully beef
pickled or canned beef
bully boy
A tough, aggressive man
bully pulpit
an advantageous position from which to express one's views
bully pulpits
plural form of bully pulpit
bully beef
canned or pickled beef
bully beef
beef cured or pickled in brine
bully boy
someone who behaves in a violent and threatening way
bully pulpit
An advantageous position, as for making one's views known or rallying support: "The presidency had been transformed from a bully pulpit on Pennsylvania Avenue to a stage the size of the world" (Hugh Sidey)
bully pulpit
position or office of influence that provides an ideal place from which to spread one's views or opinions
bully pulpit
a public office of sufficiently high rank that it provides the holder with an opportunity to speak out and be listened to on any matter; "the American presidency is a bully pulpit
bully tree
Most of them yield a substance closely resembling gutta-percha
bully tree
The name of several West Indian trees of the order Sapotaceæ, as Dipholis nigra and species of Sapota and Mimusops
bully tree
{i} tropical tree that has dark red wood that produces the gum called balata
bully-boy
disapproval If you say that someone uses bully-boy tactics, you disapprove of them because they use rough and aggressive methods. Some people accuse the tax inspectors of bully-boy tactics
bully-boy
disapproval If you describe a man as a bully-boy, you disapprove of him because he is rough and aggressive. bully-boys and murderers
bully.
fanfaron
bullying
Persistent acts intended to make life unpleasant for another person

Bullying is a punishable offense in all schools.

bullying
An act of intimidating a weaker person to do something, especially such repeated coercion

She has been bullying him into taking her on a holiday.

bullying
Present participle of bully
a bully
{n} hector
A bully
bullyrock
To bully
bullock
adjective bully 3
bully for you/him etc used when you do not think that someone has done anything special but they want you to praise them
bullied
past of bully
bullied
frightened into submission or compliance
bullies
third-person singular of bully
bullies
plural of bully
bullying
noisily domineering; tending to browbeat others
bullying
is a specific type of aggression in which 1) the behaviour is intended to harm or disturb, 2) the behaviour occurs repeatedly over time, and 3) there is an imbalance of power, with a more powerful person or group attacking a less powerful one (Mayo Clinic, 2001)
bullying
the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something
bullying
aggression deliberately and persistently directed against a particular target, or victim, typically one who is weak, vulnerable and defenseless aggression deliberately and persistently directed against a particular target, or victim, typically one who is weak, vulnerable and defenseless
bullying
persistent aggressive behaviour directed towards a particular victim, particularly children at school, who cannot retaliate effectively
bully
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