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Translation of "gag" - English-Turkish dictionary

gag

verb     /ɡæɡ/ ( present participle gagging, past tense and past participle gagged)
COVER MOUTH [T]
to fasten something over someone's mouth so that they cannot speak ağzını tıkamak, susturmak The owners of the house were found bound and gagged in the cellar.Fastening and tyingInterrupting and preventing from speaking
STOP INFORMATION [T]
to prevent someone from giving their opinion or giving information about something konuşmasına izin vermemek, susturmak, engellemek The government is trying to gag the press over the issue.Interrupting and preventing from speaking
ALMOST VOMIT [I]
to feel that you are going to vomit midesi bulanmak The sight of the body made him gag.Vomiting and feelings of sickness
(Definition of gag verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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