English to Arabic Meaning :: ransack

Ransack :
نهب
نهب, سلب, فتش بدقة, نقب, فتش - نهبنهبنهبالنهبransacks
 
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Verb(1) steal goods; take as spoils(2) search thoroughly

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(1) He begins to ransack the apartment, searching through drawers and cabinets.(2) The soldiers dismount and secure the area and with little warning, kick in the door, roust the residents out of the house, and search and ransack the home.(3) If you need flowers or a bouquet the next time, you don't need to ransack your cupboard to search for the misplaced telephone index or that huge telephone directory to search for a bouquet shop phone number.(4) He is forced to sign a ÔÇÿPermission for SearchÔÇÖ which allows Ford detectives to ransack his home.(5) It's unusual for someone to strike like this during the day and to ransack the place in such a disturbing way.(6) Police would come and search private houses of the members and ransack the whole lot.(7) The judge isn't going to ransack the prosecutor's file drawers and hand over to the defense copies of all the evidence the judge thinks is exculpatory.(8) The gunmen realized that in order to look for the money, they would have to ransack the whole place and kill to get everyone of the way.(9) The rogues ransack the place in search of a treasure map, carting the women, including feisty Violet Miranda, onto a ship run by the dastardly but suave Captain Calico Jack.(10) The defence claimed her aunt was viciously beaten by a burglar who ransacked the house.(11) ÔÇÿWhen he went back into his home, he found that two rooms had been ransacked and the cash stolen,ÔÇÖ he said.(12) Now, he's slashing capital expenditures and ransacking his portfolio for bits and pieces to sell, all to bring down debt.(13) Seven nuclear facilities have been damaged or effectively destroyed by ransackers since the end of the war last month.(14) They were ordered not to move or speak for an hour while the riot squad searched and often ransacked their rooms.(15) Reuters filmed houses with their doors smashed in and ransacked by US troops as they searched for weapons.(16) The thieving wine connoisseurs then ransacked the house, stealing laptops, wallets and jewellery.
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Verb
1. plunder ::
نهب
2. comb ::
مشط
3. strip ::
قطاع
Different Forms
ransack, ransacked, ransacking, ransacks
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