Translation: from arabic to englishfrom english to arabic
The police are looking for the murder weapon
1 weapon[ˈwepən] nounany instrument or means which is used for one's own defence or for attacking others:
Rifles, arrows, atom bombs and tanks are all weaponsسِلاح
Surprise is our best weapon.
2 murder[ˈməːdə]1. noun1) (an act of) killing a person on purpose and illegally:قَتْل عَمْدي
an increase in the number of murders.2) any killing or causing of death that is considered as bad as this:مَوت ، قَتْل
the murder of innocent people by terrorists.2. verbto kill (a person) on purpose and illegally:يَقْتُل عَمْداً
He murdered two children.
3 -lookinghaving a certain appearance:ذو مَظْهَر أو مَنْظَر
4 good-lookingadjectivehandsome; attractive:جَذّاب، حَسَن المَنظر، جميل
He is very good-looking.
5 police[pəˈliːs]1. noun pluralthe men and women whose job is to prevent crime, keep order, see that laws are obeyed etc:
Call the police!شُرْطَه
( also adjective) the police force, a police officer.2. verbto supply (a place) with police:يُحافِظ على الأمن، يُزوِّد بالشُّرْطَه
We cannot police the whole area.
6 police stationthe office or headquarters of a local police force:مَحَطَّة شُرْطَه
The lost dog was taken to the police station.
7 secret policea police force whose activities are kept secret and which is concerned mostly with political crimes.شُرْطَةٌ سِرِّيَّه
8 -lookingمَظْهَرُه يَدُلّ على... \ - looking: (in compounds) having a certain look: an expensive-looking car. \ مَظْهَرُه... \ - looking: (in compounds) having certain personal looks: a good-looking boy.
9 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.).
10 good-lookingوَسيم \ good-looking: (of males or females) beautiful; having a fine face. handsome: of fine appearance; good-looking.
11 good-lookingمَلِيح \ good-looking: (of males or females) beautiful; having a fine face. pretty: beautiful or pleasing in a simple way: a pretty girl; a pretty dress.
12 looking glassمِرْآة \ looking glass: a sheet of glass in which one can see one’s face. mirror: a piece of glass or other shiny surface that throws back images that fall on it: He looked at himself in the mirror.
14 policeالشُّرْطَة \ police: (with the) the group of public officers who keep order: The police have to catch thieves. She is in the police (force).
15 police stationمَخْفَر \ police station: a local police office. \ See Also مَرْكَز الشُّرْطَة
16 looking-glassnouna mirror.مِرآه
17 police doga dog trained to work with policemen (in tracking criminals, finding drugs etc).كَلْب الشُّرْطَه
18 تقصتَقَصٍّ \ investigation: making inquiries; trying to find out the truth of sth.; a careful official search: After the murder attempt, there was a police investigation. search: an act of looking carefully (for sth. that is lost or needed): A search was made for the missing money. \ تَقَصَّى \ investigate: to make careful inquiries; try to find out (what is happening); inquire into (a crime, sth. strange and unexplained, etc.): He heard a noise and went to investigate.
19 investigationتَقَصٍّ \ investigation: making inquiries; trying to find out the truth of sth.; a careful official search: After the murder attempt, there was a police investigation. search: an act of looking carefully (for sth. that is lost or needed): A search was made for the missing money.
20 searchتَقَصٍّ \ investigation: making inquiries; trying to find out the truth of sth.; a careful official search: After the murder attempt, there was a police investigation. search: an act of looking carefully (for sth. that is lost or needed): A search was made for the missing money.
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