تراقص, بحث عن سلاح, رقص, فتشمرح, قصف صاخب, تفتيش
Noun(1) the act of searching someone for concealed weapons or illegal drugs
Verb(1) play boisterously(2) search as for concealed weapons by running the hands rapidly over the clothing and through the pockets
(1) He watches them flirt, frolic, frisk and fondle.(2) The federal police will also frisk pilgrims, search their belongings and maintain order within their camps.(3) The government itself brought in an amendment to ensure that a search of a person, whether a strip search or frisk , would be carried out by a person of the same sex.(4) But such detection is allowed and is arguably a much lesser intrusion of privacy than, say, a frisk might be.(5) Lin and Huang as well as five other people were asked to line up for a frisk .(6) They will come and take you out to the back area, and they will do a bit of a frisk .(7) The panel addressed the issue of whether probable cause to seize an object can arise during a frisk when a police officer knows the object in question to be narcotics.(8) The bouncers accordingly started a five minute long frisk to ensure that they were not smuggling in any bottles of spirits.(9) While the above examples have affected a few citizens, there is a much larger policy issue also at stake: the police have been authorized to stop and frisk any citizen whom they consider suspicious.(10) Oh alright, I'll go and frisk , I suppose, if you insist.(11) Unlike horses, these unicorns would not move until after they had been fed and groomed, and then they would take themselves out to the giant corrals to frisk among themselves.(12) There was a man called Mr. Montaro Mori who was a student of the Tokyo Imperial University, which later became Tokyo University, and he and I and some others used to frisk around together.(13) As the procession approached Hadleigh, he slipped off his horse, and leaped and took a frisk or two, as men commonly do in dancing.(14) You don't get to see them frisk like that around the Suffolk sheds.(15) he raised his arms to permit the officer to frisk him(16) We were in Blackpool for a silly day trip, a tacky, idiotic day out to the seaside to frisk on the sands in mid-July.
1. frolic ::
2. gambol ::
3. cavort ::
4. caper ::
5. scamper ::
6. skip ::
7. dance ::
8. romp ::
10. prance ::
11. leap ::
طفرة - قفزه
12. spring ::
13. hop ::
14. jump ::
15. bounce ::
Different Formsfrisk, frisked, friskily, frisking, frisks, frisky
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