English to Uzbek Meaning :: warlike

jangovar
Warlike :
jangovar
- jangovar
 

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Adjective(1) disposed to warfare or hard-line policies(2) suggesting war or military life

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(1) The obvious choice is North Korea, an aggressive and warlike nation ruled by a mad and brutal dictator known for supporting terror and building weapons of mass destruction.(2) They are large, muscular people, with a warlike and aggressive culture, and the English found them much more difficult to control than the Aborigines.(3) The president's inaugural address, in talking about universal freedom, talks about all sorts of possibilities for this country, not just warlike ones but peaceful ones.(4) Personnel are not to travel to countries where there are warlike operations either with or without Australian Defence Force involvement.(5) Some of the warlike clans among the Irish were constantly engaging the British along the border of the Pale and several of the leaders of the government groups had gone back to England.(6) The secretive machinery set up to serve warlike purposes still patterns much of our research and innovation processes today, even purely civilian work.(7) China's prime minister did not mention the warlike tension between India and Pakistan as he was welcomed to New Delhi yesterday, making the first State visit by a Chinese leader in more than a decade.(8) I do think that we have to take action, warlike action on those who've taken action on us, because the action on the United States was an act of war.(9) Others cite the allegedly more benign characteristics of Spanish American Indians in contrast to the threat to English settlement posed by the more warlike Indians of North America.(10) As an island nation, and at times a pretty warlike one, it should come as no real surprise to find that Britain has some of the finest and most dramatic coastal castles and fortifications in the world.(11) It stands for the ritualised, knee-jerk, automatic use of warlike TV debate formats, which polarise people but do not always, in the end, give a clear indication of where the key players stand.(12) The next morning it became clear that Ireland was in the grip of a warlike state of national emergency.(13) Precisely why football matters to Americans is fodder for a book (male aggression and the warlike strategy of attacking and defending ground top the list, followed by its stature as a beer-consumption opportunity).(14) Once the forbidding territory of the warlike Mackenzie clan, the estate land was acquired in the 19th century by the Earl of Zetland, who later sold most of it to the Whitbread brewing family.(15) Forte is like a man with breasts, aggressive and warlike but somehow gentle.(16) Where group contact occurred, sometimes it must have involved rivalry, disputes, threats, intimidation, intervention, invasion, conquest, and other hostile and warlike interactions.
Synonyms
Adjective
1. aggressive ::
tajovuzkor
2. martial ::
jang
Antonyms
1. pacific ::
Tinch okeani
2. peaceable ::
tinchliksevar
3. peaceful ::
tinch
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