Translation: from arabic to englishfrom english to arabic
Soldiers carry arms
1 armsسِلاح \ armament: often the weapons and equipment for war of an army, navy, etc. arms: weapons: Soldiers carry arms. weapon: an instrument for use in fighting (by striking, shooting etc.).
3 أسلحةأَسْلِحَة \ arms: weapons: Soldiers carry arms. \ أَسْلِحَة خَفيفة \ (small) arms: guns that can be carried by hand.
4 سلاحسِلاح \ armament: often the weapons and equipment for war of an army, navy, etc. arms: weapons: Soldiers carry arms. weapon: an instrument for use in fighting (by striking, shooting etc.). \ سِلاح الطَّيَران \ air force: the part of a country’s military organization concerned with attack or defence from the air. \ سِلاح المِدْفَعِيّة \ artillery: the part of an army that uses big guns. \ سِلاح ناري صغير \ fire-arm: any gun that a person can carry.
5 armamentسِلاح \ armament: often the weapons and equipment for war of an army, navy, etc. arms: weapons: Soldiers carry arms. weapon: an instrument for use in fighting (by striking, shooting etc.).
6 weaponسِلاح \ armament: often the weapons and equipment for war of an army, navy, etc. arms: weapons: Soldiers carry arms. weapon: an instrument for use in fighting (by striking, shooting etc.).
7 armsnoun plural1) weapons:أسْلِحَـه شِـعار
Does the police force carry arms?
8 be up in armsto be very angry and make a great protest (about something):ثائِر، مُحْتَدِم غَضَباً
He is up in arms about the decision to close the road.
9 carry[ˈkærɪ] verbيَحْمِلُ، يَنْقُلُ
Flies carry disease.2) to go from one place to another:يَنْتَقِلُ
Sound carries better over water.3) to support:يَحْمِلُ
These stone columns carry the weight of the whole building.4) to have or hold:يَتَحِمَّلُ مسؤولِيَّه
This job carries great responsibility.يُوافِقُ عَلى، يُقِرُّ
The parliamentary bill was carried by forty-two votes.6) to hold (oneself) in a certain way:يَمْشي مَعْتَدِل القامَه
He carries himself like a soldier.
10 carry forwardto add on (a number from one column of figures to the next):يَنْقُلُ مَجْموع الأرْقام إلى صَفْحَةٍ تالِيَه
I forgot to carry the 2 forward.
11 carry on1) to continue:يَسْتَمِر
Carry on with your work.يُديرُ عَمَلا تِجارِيّا
He carries on a business as a grocer.
12 carry-onI [ˈkarɪ-ɔn] noun(slang) a fuss; excited behaviour.تَصَرُّفٌ غَير لائِق II [ˈkarɪ-ɔn] adjective(of bags or cases) that passengers can carry with them on board a plane.الحَقائِبُ المَحْمولَه
13 small armsweapons small and light enough to be carried by a man:أسْلِحَه خَفيفَه
They found a hoard of rifles and other small arms belonging to the rebels.
14 take up arms( often with against)to begin fighting:تَقَلَّد السِّلاح، تَهَيَّأ لِلحَرْب
The peasants took up arms against the dictator.
15 with open armsa) in a very friendly way:بِذِراعَيْنِ مَفْتوحَتَيْنِ
They received their visitors with open arms.b) with a very friendly welcome:مَفْتوح الذِّراعَيْن
He greeted them with open arms.
16 (small) armsأَسْلِحَة خَفيفة \ (small) arms: guns that can be carried by hand.
17 carryتَحَمَّلَ \ abide: to bear: I can’t abide that smell. bear, (bore, borne): to support: This ice will not bear your weight, (usu. with can) to suffer without complaining (sth. that hurts or displeases) I can’t bear that woman. He bore the pain bravely. carry: to support: This bridge will not carry the weight of a bus. endure: to bear (pain, trouble, etc.): Stop that noise! I can’t endure it any longer. hold out: to last: Do you think this old car will hold out until we reach London? The town was surrounded but the people held out till help came. put up with: to bear without complaining: If you live near an airport, you have to put up with the noise. stand: to bear; suffer without complaint: How can you stand that noise? I can’t stand that man! (I dislike him very much), (of things; also stand up) to suffer without becoming worn or broken, etc. A leather football will stand (up to) a lot of kicking. support: to bear the weight of; hold up: A table is supported by its legs. That branch will not support your weight. tolerate: to bear; accept without complaint: I can’t tolerate heat. He can’t tolerate badly cooked food. wear: (of material) to last; not be damaged by use: Leather bags wear better than plastic ones. withstand: to bear (weight, pressure, an attack, etc.) without weakening. \ See Also أطاق (أَطاقَ)، عانى (عَانى)، صمد (صَمَدَ)، صبر على (صَبَرَ على)، دام (دَامَ)، قاوم (قاوَم)
18 carryحَمَلَ \ bear (bore, borne): to carry: The donkey bore a heavy load., to support This ice will not bear your weight, produce Some trees bear no fruit. carry: to support and take from one place to another: Please carry my bag upstairs. How many people will your car carry?, support This bridge will not carry the weight of a bus. convey: to carry, esp. in a vehicle: Buses convey people to work. Pipes convey water to our houses. hold held: to own; be in possession of: She holds the title of European Champion, consider; believe He holds very strange ideas. support: to bear the weight of; hold up: A table is supported by its legs. That branch will not support your weight. take: to carry or lead: Take this letter to the post. I took the child home.
19 carryنَقَلَ \ carry: to support and take from one place to another: Please carry my bag upstairs. How many people will your car carry?. convey: to carry, esp. in a vehicle: Buses convey people to work. Pipes convey water to our houses examination. move: to change the position of: Please move your car out of the way. shift: to move: The workmen shifted the boxes off the way. transfer: to move from one place to another: We transferred our account to a different bank. transmit: to pass on to another person or place: This disease may be transmitted to the children by their parents. transport: to carry: A lorry will transport your boxes to the station.
20 carryدَعَمَ \ carry: to support: This bridge will not carry the weight of a bus. prop: to support (sth.) that would fall; hold firm (sth.) that would swing: The roof was propped up with poles. I propped the door open with a chair. support: to help; strengthen; be in favour of: If you all support me, I shall win the election. uphold: to support: We must uphold our right to freedom of speech. The judge upheld the decision of the lower court. \ See Also سند (سَنَدَ)، حمل (حَمَلَ)، تحمل (تَحَمَّلَ)، أيد (أَيَّدَ)
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