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Translation of "flog" - English-Turkish dictionary

flog

verb [T]     /flɒɡ/ ( present participle flogging, past tense and past participle flogged)
PUNISH to hit someone repeatedly as a punishment with something such as a stick sopa ile dövmek, kamçılamak, dayakla cezalandırmak Punishing and punishmentsPunishing by causing painHitting and beatingPunishing by causing painHitting and beatingPunishing and punishments
SELL UK informal to sell something quickly or cheaply çarçabuk satmak; ucuz şekilde elden çıkarmak I had to flog the car to pay my bills.Value and price decreasesBuying and selling in general
flogging noun [C, U] dayak cezası
Translations of “flog”
in Vietnamese quất mạnh…
in Spanish azotar…
in Thai เฆี่ยนตี…
in Malaysian pukul…
in French fouetter…
in German peitschen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 懲罰, (作為懲罰)鞭笞,棒打…
in Indonesian mencambuk…
in Russian пороть, сечь, продавать…
in Chinese (Simplified) 惩罚, (作为惩罚)鞭笞,棒打…
in Polish chłostać, opylić…
(Definition of flog from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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