English to Uzbek Meaning :: brutal

shafqatsiz, zolim, yovuz, qo'pol
Brutal :
qo'pol
- qo'polshafqatsizlikqo'pollikyirtqichbrutalize
 

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Adjective(1) (of persons or their actions(2) punishingly harsh(3) resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility(4) disagreeably direct and precise

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(1) They write about their experiences with humor, wisdom and brutal honesty.(2) In the early 1890s, a series of brutal winters decimated the cattle industry.(3) It can be more accurately described as an uncomfortable viewing experience - but that's because it tells a brutal and uncomfortable story.(4) He is arrogant, uncaring, and to most of the slaves brutal and violent.(5) He claims they help him feel healthy, which translates into harder and more brutal training sessions and enhanced recovery.(6) These diarised moments of brutal honesty, twinned with hesitant uncertainty, are typical of Woolf's swings between self-doubt and dogged ambition.(7) A great many fishermen perished at sea, especially during the brutal winter season.(8) Where the government are getting it wrong is that they seem unable to differentiate between the mild irritant of inebriated and loud youth and the frightening increase in violent and brutal crime.(9) Australia at the tail-end of the 19th century was a hard and brutal place.(10) The tragedy of the savage, brutal murders perpetrated on two young mothers a few years ago still lingers.(11) And New York, in all its brutal honesty, will continue to be hated by those who envy its forthrightness.(12) Yet the accompanying depiction of Louise's confused emotions towards him are incisive and brutal in their honesty.(13) The water is a chilling 3Ôö¼ÔûæC and the cold weather is made even more unpleasant by a brutal wind-chill.(14) He hated the brutal Chicago winter and longed for home; he didn't do well in cold weather, never had.(15) This, of course, completely ignores both the fact that a brutal violent dictatorship has been overthrown, and that a significant regional threat to stability has been removed.(16) That he is a violent and brutal man there can be no doubt, but brutalised and a victim too.
Related Words
Synonyms
Adjective
1. savage ::
vahshiy
2. unsparing ::
isrofgar
3. cruel ::
rahmsiz
4. unrelenting ::
shafqatsiz
5. brutish ::
qo'pol
Antonyms
1. easy ::
oson
2. light ::
yorug'lik
3. soft ::
yumshoq
Different Forms
brutal, brutalities, brutality, brutalization, brutalize, brutalizes, brutally
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The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Something brutal.
Dehumanized.

Something BRUTAL. Dehumanized.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 8


Got him to admit he loved
his wife. It was brutal.

Got him to admit he loved his wife. It was BRUTAL.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 18


Dude, this is...
this is brutal.

Dude, this is... this is BRUTAL.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 4


My lady wasn\'t meant for a world
as brutal as ours.

My lady wasn't meant for a world as BRUTAL as ours.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8


And the brutal dismemberment
of a rotisserie chicken

And the BRUTAL dismemberment of a rotisserie chicken

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 21


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