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action
/ ækʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči action je actions.

Sinonimi:
activity · activeness

Sinonimi:
action at law · action mechanism · activeness · activity · legal action · military action · natural action · natural process

ETYM Old Fren. action, Latin actio, from agere to do. Related to Act.
1. Something done (usually as opposed to something said).
2. An act by a government body or supranational organization.
3. The operating part that transmits power to a mechanism.
4. The series of events that form a plot.
5. The state of being active; SYN. activity, activeness.
6. The trait of being active and energetic and forceful.
7. The most important or interesting work or activity in a specific area or field

agony
/ æɡəni /

imenica

Množina reči agony je agonies.

Sinonimi:
suffering · torment · torture

Sinonimi:
excruciation · suffering · torment · torture

ETYM Latin agonia, Greek agon, orig. a contest: cf. French agonie. Related to Agon.
1. A state of acute pain; SYN. suffering.
2. Intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain; SYN. torment, torture.

bashing
/ bæʃɪŋ /

imenica

Množina reči bashing je bashings.

Act of beating, whipping; verbal or physical abuse; complete defeat

battle
/ bætl̩ /

imenica

Množina reči battle je battles.

Sinonimi:
conflict · fight · engagement

Sinonimi:
conflict · engagement · fight · struggle

ETYM Old Eng. bataille, bataile, French bataille battle, Old Fren., battle, battalion, from Latin battalia, battualia, the fighting and fencing exercises of soldiers and gladiators, from batuere to strike, beat. Related to Battalia, Battel, and see Batter.
A hostile meeting of opposing military forces in the course of a war; SYN. conflict, fight, engagement.

bout
/ baʊt /

imenica

Množina reči bout je bouts.

Sinonimi:
binge · bust · round · tear · turn

ETYM A different spelling and application of bought bend.
1. As much of an action as is performed at one time; a going and returning; a turn; a round.
2. A conflict; contest; attempt; trial.

camp
/ kæmp /

imenica

Množina reči camp je camps.

Sinonimi:
encampment · cantonment · bivouac · summer camp

Sinonimi:
bivouac · cantonment · clique · coterie · encampment · ingroup · inner circle · pack · refugee camp · summer camp

ETYM French camp, Italian campo, from Latin campus plant, field; akin to Greek kepos garden. Related to Campaign, Champ.
1. Temporary lodgings in the country for travelers or vacationers.
2. Temporary living quarters specially built by the army for soldiers; SYN. encampment, cantonment, bivouac.
3. A site where care and activities are provided for children during the summer months; SYN. summer camp.
4. Something that is considered amusing not because of its originality but because of its unoriginality.
5. A prison for forced laborers.
6. A group of people living together in a camp.
Behaving in an exaggerated and even self-parodying way, particularly in female impersonation and among homosexuals. The British entertainers Kenneth Williams (1926–1987) and Julian Cleary and the Australian Barry Humphries have used camp behavior to comic effect.

campaign
/ kæmpeɪn /

imenica

Množina reči campaign je campaigns.

Sinonimi:
cause · crusade · drive · movement · effort · hunting expedition · safari · military campaign

Sinonimi:
cause · crusade · drive · effort · hunting expedition · military campaign · movement · political campaign · run · safari

ETYM French campagne, Italian campagna, from Latin Campania the level country about Naples, from campus field. Related to Camp, Champaign, Champagne.
1. A series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end; SYN. cause, crusade, drive, movement, effort.
2. An overland journey by hunters (especially in Africa); SYN. hunting expedition, safari.
3. Several related operations aimed at achieving a particular goal (usually within geographical and temporal constraints); SYN. military campaign.

collision
/ kəlɪʒn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči collision je collisions.

Sinonimi:
hit · crash · smash

Sinonimi:
hit

ETYM Latin collisio, from collidere. Related to Collide.
1. An accident resulting from violent impact of a moving object.
2. An event in which two or more bodies come together; SYN. hit.
3. The act of colliding with something; SYN. crash, smash.

combat
/ kɑːmbæt /

imenica

Množina reči combat je combats.

Sinonimi:
armed combat

Sinonimi:
armed combat · fight · fighting · scrap

ETYM Cf. French combat.
An engagement fought between two military forces; SYN. armed combat.

conflict
/ kɑːnflɪkt /

imenica

Množina reči conflict je conflicts.

Sinonimi:
battle · difference · difference of opinion · dispute · engagement · fight · struggle

1. Fight, battle, war
2. Competitive or opposing action of incompatibles; antagonistic state or action (as of divergent ideas, interests, or persons); mental struggle resulting from incompatible or opposing needs, drives, wishes, or external or internal demands
3. The opposition of persons or forces that gives rise to the dramatic action in a drama or fiction

confliction

imenica

Množina reči confliction je conflictions.

contest
/ kɑːntest /

imenica

Množina reči contest je contests.

Sinonimi:
competition

Sinonimi:
competition

1. A struggle between rivals.
2. An occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants; SYN. competition.

dimication

imenica

Množina reči dimication je dimications.

dusting
/ dʌstɪŋ /

imenica

Množina reči dusting je dustings.

dustup

imenica

Množina reči dustup je dustups.

Sinonimi:
quarrel · row · run-in · words · wrangle

Row, fight. dust-up

fight
/ faɪt /

imenica

Množina reči fight je fights.

Sinonimi:
bout · fighting · combat

Sinonimi:
battle · combat · competitiveness · conflict · engagement · fighting · scrap

ETYM Old Eng. fight, feht, AS. feoht. Related to Fight.
1. A boxing match; SYN. bout.
2. An intense verbal dispute.
3. The act of fighting; any contest or struggle; SYN. fighting, combat.

grapple
/ ɡræpl̩ /

imenica

Množina reči grapple je grapples.

Sinonimi:
clamshell · grapnel · grappler · grappling · grappling hook · grappling iron · hand-to-hand struggle · wrestle · wrestling

ETYM See Grapple, and cf. Crapple.
1. An instrument, usually with hinged claws, for seizing and holding fast to an object; a grappling iron.
2. A seizing or seizure; the wrestler's hold.

lidia

imenica

Množina reči lidia je lidias.

match
/ mætʃ /

imenicagramatika

Množina reči match je matches.

Sinonimi:
mate · lucifer · friction match

Sinonimi:
catch · compeer · couple · equal · friction match · lucifer · mate · mates · peer

(Irregular plural: matches).
1. An exact duplicate; SYN. mate.
2. Something that resembles or harmonizes with.
3. Thin piece of wood or cardboard tipped with combustible chemical; ignites with friction; SYN. lucifer, friction match.
Small strip of wood or paper, tipped with combustible material for producing fire. Friction matches containing phosphorus were first made 1816 in France by François Derosne.
A safety match is one in which the oxidizing agent and the combustible body are kept apart, the former being incorporated into the striking surface on the side of the box, the latter into the match. Safety matches were patented by a Swede, J E Lundström, 1855. Book matches were invented in the us 1892 by Joshua Pusey.

strife
/ straɪf /

imenica

Množina reči strife je strives.

Sinonimi:
discord

ETYM Old Fren. estrif. Related to Strive.
Bitter conflict; heated often violent dissension.

struggle
/ strʌɡl̩ /

imenica

Množina reči struggle je struggles.

Sinonimi:
battle

Sinonimi:
battle · conflict

1. An energetic attempt to achieve something; SYN. battle.
2. Strenuous effort

tilt
/ tɪlt /

imenica

Množina reči tilt je tilts.

Sinonimi:
list · inclination · lean · leaning

Sinonimi:
arguing · argument · careen · contention · contestation · controversy · disceptation · disputation · inclination · joust · lean · leaning · list · rock · sway

ETYM Old Eng. telt (perhaps from the Danish), teld, as. teld, geteld; akin to od. telde, German zelt, Icel. tjald, Swed. tält, tjäll, Dan. telt, and as. beteldan to cover.
1. A slight but noticeable partiality.
2. The property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the vertical; SYN. list, inclination, lean, leaning.

war
/ wɔːr /

imenica

Množina reči war je wars.

Sinonimi:
warfare · warfare · state of war

Sinonimi:
state of war · warfare

ETYM Old Eng. and AS. werre.
1. The waging of armed conflict against an enemy; SYN. warfare.
2. An active struggle between competing entities; SYN. warfare.
3. A concerted campaign to end something that is injurious.
4. A legal state created by a declaration of war and ended by official declaration during which the international rules of war apply; SYN. state of war.
Act of force, usually on behalf of the state, intended to compel a declared enemy to obey the will of the other. The aim is to render the opponent incapable of further resistance by destroying its capability and will to bear arms in pursuit of its own aims. War is therefore a continuation of politics carried on with violent and destructive means, as an instrument of policy.
In the wars of the late 20th century, 90% of casualties have been civilian (in World War II, the figure was 50%; in World War I only 5%).

wrestling
/ resl̩ɪŋ /

imenicasport

Množina reči wrestling je wrestlings.

Sinonimi:
rassling · grappling

Sinonimi:
grapple · grappling · hand-to-hand struggle · rassling · wrestle

The sport of hand-to-hand struggle between unarmed contestants who try to throw each other down; SYN. rassling, grappling.
Sport popular in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, and included in the Olympics from 704 BC. The two main modern international styles are Greco-Roman, concentrating on above-waist holds, and freestyle, which allows the legs to be used to hold or trip; in both The aim is to throw the opponent to the ground.
Many countries have their own forms of wrestling. Glima is unique to Iceland; Kushti is the national style practiced in Iran; Schwingen has been practiced in Switzerland for hundreds of years; and sumo is the national sport of Japan. World championships for freestyle wrestling have existed since 1951 and since 1921 for Greco-Roman style. Greco-Roman was included in the first modern Olympic program 1896; freestyle made its debut 1904. Competitors are categorized according to weight: there are ten weight divisions in each style of wrestling.

yed

imenica

Množina reči yed je yeds.

yike

imenica

Množina reči yike je yikes.

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