mayib qilmoq, ishdan chiqarmoq
- ishdan chiqarmoqmaimanmayibmaimingmaims
Verb(1) injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration or mutilation
(1) He said it made sense to swap the deer for the geese, since the male deer at the zoo would fight among themselves and kill or maim each other.(2) There are many more people who helped me, but they'll probably maim me for life if I were to mention their names.(3) Not only does the noise go on for hours but these infernal machines kill or maim thousands of hedgehogs, frogs and fledglings every spring and summer.(4) We know that a percentage of those with good intentions will take the risk and ignore the advice, even though they know they are breaking the law and may well kill or maim someone.(5) He then claims he will permanently maim the younger man - one fears the worst - but, in fact, does no such thing.(6) They deliberately went out to kill and maim innocent people.(7) And I don't think any player goes on the field to deliberately hurt or maim someone.(8) At least 14 have been killed so far and scores more have been maimed and psychologically damaged.(9) Although over 25,000 are killed or maimed each year, we have begun to remove mines worldwide.(10) They can then take the appropriate action before a child is maimed or seriously injured.(11) The day the flag pole on the Gardiner Stand snapped, happily without killing or maiming anyone.(12) Five kids in a week in this country are maimed or killed because of gun accidents in the home.(13) It has not been our risky business that kills or permanently maims our airman, but inadequate risk management and the fundamental breakdown in discipline, conduct, and behavior.(14) Three harbor seals have been trapped and maimed in recent months and left to wash ashore on New York beaches, prompting a Federal investigation.(15) There is a horrendous toll of workers being maimed , injured for life and killed in the building industry.(16) He was travelling to work by train when a huge bomb ripped through his carriage, killing and maiming other passengers.
1. injure ::
2. wound ::
3. cripple ::
4. disable ::
5. incapacitate ::
6. impair ::
7. mar ::
8. mutilate ::
9. lacerate ::
10. disfigure ::
11. deform ::
12. mangle ::
Different Formsmaim, maiman, maimed, maiming, maims
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