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Translation of "stab" - English-Turkish dictionary

stab

noun [C]     /stæb/
the act of pushing a knife into someone bıçaklama He had a deep stab wound in his neck.Physical and sexual assault and abductionSexual activity in generalInjuring and injuriesCutting and stabbing
a stab of guilt/jealousy/regret, etc
a sudden, unpleasant emotion ani ve keskin bir duygu, bıçak saplanır gibi bir his; anî suç/kıskançlık/pişmanlık vb. duygusu She felt a stab of guilt.Feelings - general words
have a stab at sth/doing sth informal
to try to do something, or to try an activity that you have not done before denemek, teşebbüs etmek She had a stab at solving the problem.Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
(Definition of stab noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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