mercilessly

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acımasızca

Benimle acımasızca alay ediyorlar. - They tease me mercilessly.

O böceği acımasızca ezdi. - He crushed the insect mercilessly.

acımasız

Benimle acımasızca alay ediyorlar. - They tease me mercilessly.

O böceği acımasızca ezdi. - He crushed the insect mercilessly.

merhametsizce
insafsızca
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amansız
mercy
merhamet

Merhamet için hakime yalvardı. - He appealed to the judge for mercy.

Santa Ana merhamet için yalvardı. - Santa Ana begged for mercy.

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{s} acımasız

Ölüm gizemli, acımasız bir bayandır. - Death is a mysterious, merciless lady.

İleri yaş acımasızdır. - Old age is merciless.

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af
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kaskatı
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bereket
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acı

Burada merhamet yok, Pinokyo. Senin canını bağışlıyorum. Harlequin senin yerine yanmalı. Ben acıktım ve akşam yemeğim pişirilmeli. - There is no mercy here, Pinocchio. I have spared you. Harlequin must burn in your place. I am hungry and my dinner must be cooked.

Sadece zavallı karıma acımalısın. - You just have to have mercy on my poor wife.

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mağfiret
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lütuf
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acıma

Sadece zavallı karıma acımalısın. - You just have to have mercy on my poor wife.

Mercy
{ü} Aman!/Allah aşkına!
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imansız
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rahmetle
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insafe
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şefkatsiz
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şefkatsizce
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{s} insafsız
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mercilessness merhametsizlik
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aman zaman dinlemez
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{i} merhametlilik
mercy
{i} insaf

Yoksul insanlar zalim diktatörün insafındaydı. - The poor people were at the mercy of the cruel dictator.

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merhamet,v.acı: n.merhamet
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{a} in a merciless manner, cruelly
In a merciless manner
without mercy, cruelly, ruthlessly
without pity; in a merciless manner; "he was mercilessly trounced by his opponent in the House
without pity; in a merciless manner; "he was mercilessly trounced by his opponent in the House"
Mercy
A female given name, one of the less common Puritan virtue names

Mr Pecksniff was a moral man — a grave man, a man of noble sentiments and speech — and he had had her christened Mercy. Mercy! oh, what a charming name for such a pure–souled Being as the youngest Miss Pecksniff! Her sister’s name was Charity. There was a good thing! Mercy and Charity!.

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showing no mercy; cruel and pitiless
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forgiveness or compassion, especially toward those less fortunate

Have mercy on the poor and assist them if you can.

mercy
A blessing, something to be thankful for

It was a mercy that we were not inside when the roof collapsed.

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A tendency toward forgiveness, pity, or compassion

Mercy is one of his many virtues.

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Instances of forebearance or forgiveness

Psalms 40:11 Do not withhold Your tender mercies from me, O Lord.

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Destitute of mercy; cruel; unsparing; said of animate beings, and also, figuratively, of things; as, a merciless tyrant; merciless waves
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{a} void of pity, very hardhearted, cruel
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{n} pity, compassion, tenderness, discretion
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{s} pitiless, cruel, uncompassionate, having no mercy
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If you describe someone as merciless, you mean that they are very cruel or determined and do not show any concern for the effect their actions have on other people. the merciless efficiency of a modern police state. = ruthless + mercilessly mer·ci·less·ly We teased him mercilessly
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inclement
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having or showing no mercy; "the merciless enemy"; "a merciless critic"; "gave him a merciless beating
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having or showing no mercy; "the merciless enemy"; "a merciless critic"; "gave him a merciless beating"
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something for which to be thankful; "it was a mercy we got out alive"
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Disposition to exercise compassion or favor; pity; compassion; willingness to spare or to help
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lenity
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Forbearance to inflict harm under circumstances of provocation, when one has the power to inflict it; compassionate treatment of an offender or adversary; clemency
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If one person or thing is at the mercy of another, the first person or thing is in a situation where they cannot prevent themselves being harmed or affected by the second. Buildings are left to decay at the mercy of vandals and the weather
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A blessing regarded as a manifestation of compassion or favor
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Mercy is the act of not administering justice when that justice is punitive Because of our sinfulness we deserve death and eternal separation from God (Rom 6: 23; Is 59: 2), but God provided an atonement for sin and through it shows us mercy That is, He does not deliver to the Christian the natural consequence of his sin which is damnation That is why Jesus became sin on our behalf (2 Cor 5: 21) and bore the punishment due to us (Is 53: 4-5) It was to deliver us from damnation (Compare with justice and grace ) God saved us according to His mercy (Titus 3: 5) and we can practice mercy as a gift (Rom 12: 8) "Let us therefore draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and may find grace to help in time of need" (Heb 4: 16)
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If someone in authority shows mercy, they choose not to harm someone they have power over, or they forgive someone they have the right to punish. Neither side took prisoners or showed any mercy They cried for mercy but their pleas were met with abuse and laughter
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the feeling that motivates compassion
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alleviation of distress; showing great kindness toward the distressed; "distributing food and clothing to the flood victims was an act of mercy"
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The gift of Mercy is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to feel genuine empathy & compassion for individuals suffering distressing physical, mental or emotional problems & to translate that compassion into cheerfully done deeds which reflect Christ's love & alleviate suffering (see Romans 12: 8, Mark 9: 41, Acts 16: 33-34, Luke 10: 33-35, Matthew 20: 29-34, Matthew 25: 35-40, Acts 11: 28-30)
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Kindness in excess of what may be expected, especially if punishment is deserved
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relenting; forbearance to cause or allow harm to another
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undeserved love, forgiveness
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The ability to feel genuine empathy and compassion for individuals who suffer distressing physical, mental or emotional problems, and to translate that compassion into cheerfully-done deeds which reflect Christ's love and alleviate the sufferings
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An aspect of the royal prerogative, whereby a convicted person is pardoned or has the sentence cancelled or reduced
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something for which to be thankful; "it was a mercy we got out alive
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alleviation of distress; showing great kindness toward the distressed; "distributing food and clothing to the flood victims was an act of mercy" something for which to be thankful; "it was a mercy we got out alive
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The ability to identify with and to feel the pains and hurts of another person and the capacity to help that person move beyond those pains and hurts
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Mercy is used to describe a special journey to help someone in great need, such as people who are sick or made homeless by war. She vanished nine months ago while on a mercy mission to West Africa
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leniency and compassion shown toward offenders by a person or agency charged with administering justice; "he threw himself on the mercy of the court"
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{i} compassion, pity; charity; forgiveness; act of kindness; lenient sentence
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If you refer to an event or situation as a mercy, you mean that it makes you feel happy or relieved, usually because it stops something unpleasant happening. It really was a mercy that he'd died so rapidly at the end
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If you tell someone who is in an unpleasant situation that they should be grateful or thankful for small mercies, you mean that although their situation is bad, it could be even worse, and so they should be happy. But so low has morale sunk that the team and the fans would have been grateful for small mercies. mercy killing Warren Mercy Otis Mercy Otis
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a disposition to be kind and forgiving; "in those days a wife had to depend on the mercifulness of her husband"
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Compassionate treatment of the unfortunate and helpless; sometimes, favor, beneficence
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That benevolence, mildness or tenderness which disposes a person to treat an offender better than he deserves "The Lord is long-suffering and of great mercy " Num 14 Mercy: Compassion or forbearance shown esp to an offender or to one subject to one's power an act of divine favor or compassion a fortunate circumstance
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"Mercy" is the spiritual state associated with the sefirah of tiferet
mercilessly

    Расстановка переносов

    mer·ci·less·ly

    Турецкое произношение

    mırsılısli

    Произношение

    /ˈmərsələslē/ /ˈmɜrsələsliː/

    Слово дня

    languid
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