English to Arabic Meaning :: stab

طعنة, طعنة سكينطعن, حاول أن يطعن, جرح, غرز, أقحم
Stab :
طعنة
- طعنةثابتطعنات
 

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Noun(1) a sudden sharp feeling(2) a strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument(3) informal words for any attempt or effort
Verb(1) use a knife on(2) stab or pierce(3) poke or thrust abruptly

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(1) As to relations with the opposite sex, Skinner would cut no ice with Germaine Greer but he makes a well-intentioned if misdirected stab at equality.(2) Musically, it's a more than worthy stab at superior feel-good pop - it's nice and jangly, he's got some catchy tunes, and his voice sounds great.(3) But when he remembered of Jeannie and Neal being engaged he felt a sharp stab of pain and jealousy somewhere deep inside himself.(4) Every time a robed thing approached him, it would find itself at the wrong end of a stab , slice, slash or kick.(5) Afflicted by writer's block, Kaufman's frustration is heightened by the overnight success of his brother Donald's first stab at screenwriting.(6) she had a deep stab in the back(7) Asia's first stab at e-commerce did not work out as planned(8) He felt a sudden stab of grief; never would he tread upon that turf again.(9) She takes another stab at selecting an alternate career.(10) New York stage vet Charles Busch has taken another stab at bringing his wondrous and elaborate drag acts to the big screen, with excellent results.(11) she felt a stab of jealousy(12) How many others felt a sharp stab of anxiety as they stepped onto the underground escalator on their way to work?(13) Blood was still rushing from the wound Fitzwilliam had inflicted on himself with a wild stab .(14) A knife stab laceration or glass injury to the hand would make exploration of the wound mandatory.(15) Although a knife is the most commonly used weapon to inflict stab wounds, other devices also can be used.(16) Whilst in custody the appellant said in conversation that although she had the knife and did stab the driver they had only intended to rob him and not to kill him.
Related Words
(1) stab wound ::
جرح من طعنه
(2) to stab ::
يطعن
(3) stab in the back ::
طعنة في الظهر
(4) have a stab at ::
يكون طعنة في
Synonyms
Noun
1. knife wound ::
سكين الجرح
2. lunge ::
اندفع
3. twinge ::
خز
4. attempt ::
محاولة
5. shot ::
اطلاق النار
6. thrust ::
دفع
Verb
7. knife ::
سكين
8. lunge ::
اندفع
9. poke ::
نكز
10. jab ::
ضربة بالكوع
Different Forms
stab, stably, stabs
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Yeah, I don\'t need anything around
that I can stab myself with.

Yeah, I don't need anything around that I can STAB myself with.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 10


But I\'m going to take a stab here.
You\'re either sad or nauseated.

But I'm going to take a STAB here. You're either sad or nauseated.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 4


Kill Wil Wheaton.
From hell\'s heart, stab at him.

Kill Wil Wheaton. From hell's heart, STAB at him.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 5


Think of all those southern girls he gets to stab
with his right royal prick.

Think of all those southern girls he gets to STAB with his right royal prick.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 1


- No doubt. Sign here.
- \

- No doubt. Sign here. - "From hell's heart, I STAB at thee."

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 5


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