attack verb translation to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "attack" - English-Turkish dictionary

attack

verb
 
 
/əˈtæk/
VIOLENCE [I, T] B1 to use violence to hurt or damage someone or something
saldırmak, hücum etmek
He was attacked and seriously injured by a gang of youths.Attacking and invadingDamaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishingPhysical and sexual assault and abductionSexual activity in general
CRITICIZE [T] to strongly criticize someone or something
eleştirmek, sürekli kusur bulmak, saldırmak
She attacked the government's new education policy.Disapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
DISEASE [T] If a disease, chemical, etc attacks someone or something, it damages them.
saldırıya uğramak, kimyasal madde veya hastalığa maruz kalmak
The virus attacks the central nervous system.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
SPORT [I, T] If players in a team attack, they move forward to try to score points, goals, etc.
saldırıya, hücuma geçmek, atak geliştirmek
General terms used in ball sports
(Definition of attack verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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