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Turkish translation of “rebel”

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rebel

verb [I]
 
 
/rɪˈbel/ ( present participle rebelling, past tense and past participle rebelled)
FIGHT to fight against the government
devlete başkaldırmak/isyan etmek
Taking action against people in power
NOT OBEY to refuse to obey rules because you do not like authority
otoriteye/kurallara başkaldırmak/isyan etmek
She rebelled against her family.Taking action against people in power
Translations of “rebel”
in Korean 반란을 일으키다…
in Arabic يَتَمَرَّد…
in Portuguese rebelar-se…
in Catalan rebel·lar-se…
in Japanese 反抗する, (権威に)逆らう…
in Italian ribellarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 武力反抗, 造反, 反叛…
in Russian восставать, идти наперекор…
in Chinese (Simplified) 武力反抗, 造反, 反叛…
in Polish buntować się…
(Definition of rebel verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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