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Translation of "attack" - English-Turkish dictionary

attack

noun     /əˈtæk/
VIOLENCE [C, U]
B1 a violent act intended to hurt or damage someone or something saldırı, taarruz, atılma, hücum a terrorist attack on the capitalAttacking and invading
CRITICISM [C, U]
when you say something to strongly criticize someone or something birine eleştirel bir saldırı, bulaşma, eleştiri a scathing attack on the presidentDisapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
ILLNESS [C]
a sudden, short illness nöbet, kriz, ani rahatsızlık a nasty attack of fluBeing and falling illDisease and illness - general words
SPORT [C, U]
in games such as football, when the players in a team try to score points, goals, etc futbolda hücum, atak →  See also counter-attack Competing in sportCompeting and contending (non-sporting)Competitors and participants in sports and games
(Definition of attack noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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