bezovta qilmoq, urintirmoq, tinchini buzmoq, ovora qilmoq, charchatmoq, charchatib qo'ymoq
- bezovta qilmoqta'qibharasserharassesta'qib
Verb(1) annoy continually or chronically(2) exhaust by attacking repeatedly
(1) Both harass the unemployed, pressuring them further into exploitative employment.(2) If older girls do harass you, talk to a guidance counselor - that's what she's there for.(3) Soon Vova and his sister join the partisans and are doing what they can to harass the enemy.(4) the squadron's task was to harass the retreating enemy forces(5) In other instances, the enemy will harass a convoy with small arms fire, enticing the unit to dismount and return fire.(6) Starlings can be aggressive and will persistently harass other species to take over nesting cavities.(7) Some governments gave pirates and privateers safe harbor to earn revenues or to harass their enemies.(8) It would assume that anyone who says they don't own a car at all is lying and it would harass them continually with aggressive letters and vague threats.(9) Drawing a card from the deck will summon one inconvenience with which the wielder can harass his foes.(10) In addition the crusaders used light cavalry and horse archers in large numbers to harass the enemy, to scout, and to supplement the knights.(11) Often, cavalry came out to harass enemy armies as they scattered to plunder, slowing down progress even further.(12) Remnants of the enemy have slipped into the civilian population and continue to harass coalition forces.(13) In the past, there have been reports that this day is used by boys to harass girls in some north Indian cities like Jaipur, much as they would do during Holi.(14) Now they're under your control, and you can call them from the sands and direct them to harass your enemies.(15) We have seen thugs, employed by powerful people, intimidating and harassing journalists.(16) The prosecutor harassed me and pressured me enormously.
(1) to harass :: Haqorat qilish uchun
1. persecute ::
2. harry ::
harass, harassed, harasser, harassers, harasses, harassing, harassment
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We can't allow rebels behind our lines
to HARASS us with impunity.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
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