Translation: from arabic to english

from english to arabic

airborne assault weapon

  • 161 brandish

    شَهَرَ (السلاح)‏ \ brandish: to wave (a weapon) about. draw (drew, drawn): to pull a weapon (sword, knife, gun, etc.) from its case, intending to use it.

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  • 162 draw (drew, drawn)

    شَهَرَ (السلاح)‏ \ brandish: to wave (a weapon) about. draw (drew, drawn): to pull a weapon (sword, knife, gun, etc.) from its case, intending to use it.

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  • 163 brandish

    لَوَّحَ \ brandish: to wave (a weapon) about. hint: to say indirectly: He hinted that he was in need of money. wave: to move from side to side; make a sign with one’s arm or hand: He waved to me from the boat. We waved him good-bye (We said good-bye by waving). The policeman waved me on (He told me to go on by waving his arm). The flag was waving in the wind.

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  • 164 hint

    لَوَّحَ \ brandish: to wave (a weapon) about. hint: to say indirectly: He hinted that he was in need of money. wave: to move from side to side; make a sign with one’s arm or hand: He waved to me from the boat. We waved him good-bye (We said good-bye by waving). The policeman waved me on (He told me to go on by waving his arm). The flag was waving in the wind.

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  • 165 wave

    لَوَّحَ \ brandish: to wave (a weapon) about. hint: to say indirectly: He hinted that he was in need of money. wave: to move from side to side; make a sign with one’s arm or hand: He waved to me from the boat. We waved him good-bye (We said good-bye by waving). The policeman waved me on (He told me to go on by waving his arm). The flag was waving in the wind.

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  • 166 cane

    قَصَبَة \ cane: the stem of certain plants (such as bamboo or sugarcane). capital: a town which is the centre of government: Paris is the capital of France. London and Paris are capital cities. reed: a tall stiff grass that grows in wet places. shaft: a bar or pole (of wood or metal) that forms part of a machine or vehicle or weapon: the shafts of a cart (by which it is drawn); the shaft of a spear (to which the point is fixed). \ See Also عاصمة (عاصِمَة)‏

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  • 167 capital

    قَصَبَة \ cane: the stem of certain plants (such as bamboo or sugarcane). capital: a town which is the centre of government: Paris is the capital of France. London and Paris are capital cities. reed: a tall stiff grass that grows in wet places. shaft: a bar or pole (of wood or metal) that forms part of a machine or vehicle or weapon: the shafts of a cart (by which it is drawn); the shaft of a spear (to which the point is fixed). \ See Also عاصمة (عاصِمَة)‏

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  • 168 reed

    قَصَبَة \ cane: the stem of certain plants (such as bamboo or sugarcane). capital: a town which is the centre of government: Paris is the capital of France. London and Paris are capital cities. reed: a tall stiff grass that grows in wet places. shaft: a bar or pole (of wood or metal) that forms part of a machine or vehicle or weapon: the shafts of a cart (by which it is drawn); the shaft of a spear (to which the point is fixed). \ See Also عاصمة (عاصِمَة)‏

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  • 169 shaft

    قَصَبَة \ cane: the stem of certain plants (such as bamboo or sugarcane). capital: a town which is the centre of government: Paris is the capital of France. London and Paris are capital cities. reed: a tall stiff grass that grows in wet places. shaft: a bar or pole (of wood or metal) that forms part of a machine or vehicle or weapon: the shafts of a cart (by which it is drawn); the shaft of a spear (to which the point is fixed). \ See Also عاصمة (عاصِمَة)‏

    Arabic-English glossary > shaft

  • 170 catapult

    مِخْذَفَة (نَبّاطَة، نَبْل)‏ \ catapult: a Y-shaped stick with a piece of rubber, used for shoothing with stones. sling: an old weapon for throwing stones. \ See Also مقلاع (مِقْلاع)‏

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  • 171 sling

    مِخْذَفَة (نَبّاطَة، نَبْل)‏ \ catapult: a Y-shaped stick with a piece of rubber, used for shoothing with stones. sling: an old weapon for throwing stones. \ See Also مقلاع (مِقْلاع)‏

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  • 172 complex

    مُعَقَّد \ complex: made up of many different parts; difficult to understand. complicated: hard to deal with or understand, because of its many difficult parts: a complicated machine; a complicated story. elaborate: worked out with great care and with many different parts: an elaborate plan. sophisticated: not simple and natural; (of machines) made of many different and clever parts: a sophisticated new weapon.

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  • 173 complicated

    مُعَقَّد \ complex: made up of many different parts; difficult to understand. complicated: hard to deal with or understand, because of its many difficult parts: a complicated machine; a complicated story. elaborate: worked out with great care and with many different parts: an elaborate plan. sophisticated: not simple and natural; (of machines) made of many different and clever parts: a sophisticated new weapon.

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  • 174 elaborate

    مُعَقَّد \ complex: made up of many different parts; difficult to understand. complicated: hard to deal with or understand, because of its many difficult parts: a complicated machine; a complicated story. elaborate: worked out with great care and with many different parts: an elaborate plan. sophisticated: not simple and natural; (of machines) made of many different and clever parts: a sophisticated new weapon.

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  • 175 sophisticated

    مُعَقَّد \ complex: made up of many different parts; difficult to understand. complicated: hard to deal with or understand, because of its many difficult parts: a complicated machine; a complicated story. elaborate: worked out with great care and with many different parts: an elaborate plan. sophisticated: not simple and natural; (of machines) made of many different and clever parts: a sophisticated new weapon.

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  • 176 dagger

    خِنْجَر \ dagger: a pointed knife used as a weapon.

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  • 177 defensive

    دِفَاعِيّ \ defensive: used for defence: A shield is a defensive weapon.

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  • 178 dig, (dug)

    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)‏

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  • 179 insert

    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)‏

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  • 180 shove

    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 > shove

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