pillage

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yağma etmek
yağmalamak
yağma

Sami ve Leyla, Ferit'in evini yağmaladı. - Sami and Layla pillaged Farid's house.

Hunlar köyü yağmaladılar ve onu yakıp kül ettiler. - The Huns pillaged the village and burned it to the ground.

{f} talan et
yağmacılık
talan etmek, yağma etmek, soymak, ganimet olarak almak
çapul malı
{i} soygun
yağmala

Hunlar köyü yağmaladılar ve onu yakıp kül ettiler. - The Huns pillaged the village and burned it to the ground.

Sami ve Leyla, Ferit'in evini yağmaladı. - Sami and Layla pillaged Farid's house.

{i} soygunculuk
{f} talan etmek
talan
ganimet olarak almak
ganimet
pillager
soyguncu
pillager
yağmacı
pillaging
{f} talan et
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{i} talan etme
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talan ederek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of pillaging
To loot or plunder by force, especially in time of war

Archibald V. (1361-1397) was Count of Perigord. He was nominally under the lilies , but he pillaged indiscriminately in his county.

The spoils of war
open robbery, as in war
{v} to plunder, rifle, rob
{n} plunder
goods or money obtained illegally
{i} plundering, taking of spoils, looting
to carry off the spoils
the act of stealing valuable things from a place; "the plundering of the Parthenon"; "his plundering of the great authors"
That which is taken from another or others by open force, particularly and chiefly from enemies in war; plunder; spoil; booty
{f} loot, take spoils, plunder; rob, steal
If a group of people pillage a place, they steal property from it using violent methods. Soldiers went on a rampage, pillaging stores and shooting. the boldness to pillage and rape. = plunder Pillage is also a noun. There were no signs of violence or pillage. + pillaging pil·lag·ing pillaging by people looking for something to eat. if soldiers pillage a place in a war, they steal a lot of things and do a lot of damage = plunder (piller )
To strip of money or goods by open violence; to plunder; to spoil; to lay waste; as, to pillage the camp of an enemy
steal goods; take as spoils; "During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners"
To take spoil; to plunder; to ravage
The act of pillaging; robbery
pillager
{n} one who pillages, one who plunders
pillaged
having been robbed and destroyed by force and violence; "the raped countryside"
pillaged
{s} taken in a robbery, stolen; looted, plundered
pillaged
past of pillage
pillaged
wrongfully emptied or stripped of anything of value; "the robbers left the looted train"; "people returned to the plundered village"
pillager
One who pillages
pillager
A person who pillages
pillager
{i} thief, robber, one who steals; looter, plunderer, one who takes spoils
pillager
someone who takes spoils or plunder (as in war)
pillages
third-person singular of pillage
pillaging
the act of stealing valuable things from a place; "the plundering of the Parthenon"; "his plundering of the great authors"
pillaging
present participle of pillage
to pillage
havoc
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