جلد, سوط, جلدة, كرباج, ضربة سوط, ضربة, الجزء المرن من السوطجلد, ضرب بقوة, جلد بالسوط, أنب, وبخ, تنزل بغزارة, ربط, ثبت
Noun(1) any of the short curved hairs that grow from the edges of the eyelids(2) leather strip that forms the flexible part of a whip(3) a quick blow delivered with a whip or whiplike object
Verb(1) beat severely with a whip or rod(2) lash or flick about sharply(3) strike as if by whipping(4) bind with a rope, chain, or cord
(1) they were living under the threat of the lash(2) Even asking questions in class warranted a lash of the whip.(3) Outrages like the Thomas case make it a good deal more difficult for enlightened penal reformers like the Professor to get a fair hearing when they advocate bringing back the lash .(4) A government official last year called for a return of the lash - the cat-o-nine-tails that takes off a quarter pound of flesh with each stroke.(5) I looked up as he came closer, but Andreus coiled up the lash into a plaited leather loop and hit me across the back of the neck with it, forcing my eyes back down.(6) His convicts were more useful to society as workers than as objects of penal punishment; the lash became an element in labour relations.(7) His voice was cool and Andreus raised the lash again threateningly, but was ordered to lower it.(8) he brought the lash down upon the prisoner's back(9) My fingers are still dripping wet, but the handle to the lash is gripped to prevent it from slipping free from my slick, white scales.(10) Forecasters said it would lash the shores with strong winds, up to 10 inches of rain and waves up to 20 feet.(11) she felt the lash of my tongue(12) Zhu Ke, the writer, said the substitution of the lash for crueler corporal punishments revealed a forward movement of civilization.(13) Katie's mother screamed, pulling the whip back to lash Katie.(14) A single lash emerged from the ebony handle, but it had been wickedly inlaid with tiny adamantine barbs.(15) Owing to the steep slope of Quebec roofs, the men must lash themselves to the chimney pots to move about.(16) Bring back the lash , and thumbscrews and the oubliette.
(1) lash down :: ربط
1. whip ::
2. stroke ::
3. eyelash ::
4. thong ::
5. whip ::
6. beat against ::
7. swish ::
8. fasten ::
Different Formslash, lashed, lashes
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