Translation: from arabic to english

from english to arabic

airborne assault weapon

  • 181 thrust

    أَقْحَمَ \ dig, (dug): to force (sth., such as a finger, a tool, a weapon, etc.) deep into (sth. else): He dug his knife into the meat. insert: to put (sth.) into sth.; put (sth.) between two things: Please insert this notice in your newspaper. Insert the key in the lock. Insert my name in the list, between yours and his. shove: to push. thrust: to push suddenly and forcefully: He thrust a letter into my hand. tuck: to push (sth.) into a narrow place (so as to make it firm or neat, or to hide it): Tuck your shirt inside your trousers. I tucked my children into bed (I pushed the coverings tightly around them). \ See Also أدخل (أَدْخَلَ)، أدرج (أَدْرَجَ)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > thrust

  • 182 tuck

    أَقْحَمَ \ dig, (dug): to force (sth., such as a finger, a tool, a weapon, etc.) deep into (sth. else): He dug his knife into the meat. insert: to put (sth.) into sth.; put (sth.) between two things: Please insert this notice in your newspaper. Insert the key in the lock. Insert my name in the list, between yours and his. shove: to push. thrust: to push suddenly and forcefully: He thrust a letter into my hand. tuck: to push (sth.) into a narrow place (so as to make it firm or neat, or to hide it): Tuck your shirt inside your trousers. I tucked my children into bed (I pushed the coverings tightly around them). \ See Also أدخل (أَدْخَلَ)، أدرج (أَدْرَجَ)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > tuck

  • 183 dig, dug

    أنْشَبَ \ dig, dug: to force (sth., such as a finger, a tool, a weapon, etc.) deep into (sth. else): He dug his nails into her shoulder.

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  • 184 draw, drew, drawn

    اِسْتَلّ \ draw, drew, drawn: to pull a weapon (sword, knife, gun, etc.) from its case, intending to use it.

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  • 185 give off

    أَطْلَقَ \ give off: send out (smoke, smell, etc.): A fire of wet wood gives off a lot of smoke. grow: let grow; not cut: He’s growing his hair. launch: send off (a space machine, a weapon, etc.) into the air. let go: not hold any longer: Hold this rope tight and don’t let go (or let it go or let go of it). Don’t let go the rope till I tell you. let sth. off: allow (smoke, steam, etc.) to escape; fire (sth. explosive): Don’t let off your gun so near the house.

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  • 186 grow

    أَطْلَقَ \ give off: send out (smoke, smell, etc.): A fire of wet wood gives off a lot of smoke. grow: let grow; not cut: He’s growing his hair. launch: send off (a space machine, a weapon, etc.) into the air. let go: not hold any longer: Hold this rope tight and don’t let go (or let it go or let go of it). Don’t let go the rope till I tell you. let sth. off: allow (smoke, steam, etc.) to escape; fire (sth. explosive): Don’t let off your gun so near the house.

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  • 187 launch

    أَطْلَقَ \ give off: send out (smoke, smell, etc.): A fire of wet wood gives off a lot of smoke. grow: let grow; not cut: He’s growing his hair. launch: send off (a space machine, a weapon, etc.) into the air. let go: not hold any longer: Hold this rope tight and don’t let go (or let it go or let go of it). Don’t let go the rope till I tell you. let sth. off: allow (smoke, steam, etc.) to escape; fire (sth. explosive): Don’t let off your gun so near the house.

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  • 188 let go

    أَطْلَقَ \ give off: send out (smoke, smell, etc.): A fire of wet wood gives off a lot of smoke. grow: let grow; not cut: He’s growing his hair. launch: send off (a space machine, a weapon, etc.) into the air. let go: not hold any longer: Hold this rope tight and don’t let go (or let it go or let go of it). Don’t let go the rope till I tell you. let sth. off: allow (smoke, steam, etc.) to escape; fire (sth. explosive): Don’t let off your gun so near the house.

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  • 189 let sth. off

    أَطْلَقَ \ give off: send out (smoke, smell, etc.): A fire of wet wood gives off a lot of smoke. grow: let grow; not cut: He’s growing his hair. launch: send off (a space machine, a weapon, etc.) into the air. let go: not hold any longer: Hold this rope tight and don’t let go (or let it go or let go of it). Don’t let go the rope till I tell you. let sth. off: allow (smoke, steam, etc.) to escape; fire (sth. explosive): Don’t let off your gun so near the house.

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  • 190 glossy

    مَصْقُول \ glossy: having a smooth shining surface: glossy paint; glossy fur. sophisticated: not simple and natural but seeming experienced and wise; pretending or showing a knowledge of glamorous city culture; (of machines) made of many different and clever parts: a sophisticated actress; a sophisticated new weapon. \ See Also محنك (مُحَنَّك)، متحذلق (مُتَحَذْلِق)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > glossy

  • 191 sophisticated

    مَصْقُول \ glossy: having a smooth shining surface: glossy paint; glossy fur. sophisticated: not simple and natural but seeming experienced and wise; pretending or showing a knowledge of glamorous city culture; (of machines) made of many different and clever parts: a sophisticated actress; a sophisticated new weapon. \ See Also محنك (مُحَنَّك)، متحذلق (مُتَحَذْلِق)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > sophisticated

  • 192 jab

    وَخَزَ \ jab: to force (a pointed thing such as a needle, knife, finger, etc.) suddenly and roughly into sb. or sth.: He jabbed me in the arm with a stick. He jabbed a stick into my arm. prick: to make a small hole in (sth.), with a pin or needle: She pricked her finger. She pricked (a hole in) the paper, stab to wound with a pointed weapon. stick: to push (sth. pointed) into sth.: He stuck his fork into the meat. \ See Also غرز (غَرَزَ)‏

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  • 193 prick

    وَخَزَ \ jab: to force (a pointed thing such as a needle, knife, finger, etc.) suddenly and roughly into sb. or sth.: He jabbed me in the arm with a stick. He jabbed a stick into my arm. prick: to make a small hole in (sth.), with a pin or needle: She pricked her finger. She pricked (a hole in) the paper, stab to wound with a pointed weapon. stick: to push (sth. pointed) into sth.: He stuck his fork into the meat. \ See Also غرز (غَرَزَ)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > prick

  • 194 stab

    وَخَزَ \ jab: to force (a pointed thing such as a needle, knife, finger, etc.) suddenly and roughly into sb. or sth.: He jabbed me in the arm with a stick. He jabbed a stick into my arm. prick: to make a small hole in (sth.), with a pin or needle: She pricked her finger. She pricked (a hole in) the paper, stab to wound with a pointed weapon. stick: to push (sth. pointed) into sth.: He stuck his fork into the meat. \ See Also غرز (غَرَزَ)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > stab

  • 195 stick

    وَخَزَ \ jab: to force (a pointed thing such as a needle, knife, finger, etc.) suddenly and roughly into sb. or sth.: He jabbed me in the arm with a stick. He jabbed a stick into my arm. prick: to make a small hole in (sth.), with a pin or needle: She pricked her finger. She pricked (a hole in) the paper, stab to wound with a pointed weapon. stick: to push (sth. pointed) into sth.: He stuck his fork into the meat. \ See Also غرز (غَرَزَ)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > stick

  • 196 lunge

    طَعَنَ (في)‏ \ lunge: to make a lunge: he lunged at me with a knife. malign: to spread untrue reports about the bad qualities of; speak evil of. stab: to wound with a pointed weapon.

    Arabic-English glossary > lunge

  • 197 malign

    طَعَنَ (في)‏ \ lunge: to make a lunge: he lunged at me with a knife. malign: to spread untrue reports about the bad qualities of; speak evil of. stab: to wound with a pointed weapon.

    Arabic-English glossary > malign

  • 198 stab

    طَعَنَ (في)‏ \ lunge: to make a lunge: he lunged at me with a knife. malign: to spread untrue reports about the bad qualities of; speak evil of. stab: to wound with a pointed weapon.

    Arabic-English glossary > stab

  • 199 missile

    صَارُوخ \ missile: sth. that is thrown (or is fired from a gun, etc.) in order to hurt or damage or kill: Stones and arrows are simple missiles. rocket: a stick-shaped device that is fired into the air, where it explodes and draws attention: Rockets were fired from the sinking ship, a larger device of the same kind, used as a distant weapon or as an engine for spaceships. \ See Also قذيفة (قَذيفَة)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > missile

  • 200 rocket

    صَارُوخ \ missile: sth. that is thrown (or is fired from a gun, etc.) in order to hurt or damage or kill: Stones and arrows are simple missiles. rocket: a stick-shaped device that is fired into the air, where it explodes and draws attention: Rockets were fired from the sinking ship, a larger device of the same kind, used as a distant weapon or as an engine for spaceships. \ See Also قذيفة (قَذيفَة)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > rocket

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