ثورة, تمرد, عصيانتمرد, ثور, تقزز, اشمأز, غثي, قزز النفس
Noun(1) organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another
Verb(1) make revolution(2) fill with distaste(3) cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
(1) The exiles followed the Dalai Lama, the supreme Tibetan Buddhist leader, who fled Tibet after a failed 1959 revolt against Chinese rule.(2) I'm thinking that, just in time, this could be a revolt against branding, which is a revolution I would join.(3) Beyond that, it is a revolt against cross-party rule by political oligarchies, frustrating the known wishes of the population.(4) The twentieth century has witnessed an almost world-wide revolt against forms of authority that have generally been recognised by the human race for millennia.(5) a revolt over tax increases(6) the peasants rose in revolt(7) There's a tax revolt under way in Upstate New York.(8) The town is leading a revolt against Manchester's trailblazing cow parade next month by organizing a rival sheep procession.(9) Massood trained as an architect before leading a revolt against the Soviet-backed Marxist regime in Afghanistan in 1977.(10) The traders, already feeling persecuted by the new system, rose in revolt against proposed restrictions, citing increased costs at a time of reduced revenues.(11) Or will it revolt against being dragged down into economic and climatic chaos?(12) Are they waiting for the public to revolt one day?(13) By December 1139, Unur was in open revolt against Zengi's authority, and Zengi laid siege to the city, without success.(14) Instead, he calls for the poor to rise up and revolt .(15) The diseased body stages a revolt against those functions that biographers record, reasserting the animal in pain, so similar in the end to other animals in pain.(16) Marasha said women should not revolt against the custom but rather establish platforms to raise their concerns and investigate the deep purpose of the custom.
(1) to revolt :: إلى التمرد
1. rebellion ::
2. rising ::
3. rebel ::
4. disgust ::
5. churn up ::
6. repel ::
Different Formsrevolt, revolted, revolts
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