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faire du mal (fr)[Classe]

exciter (fr)[Classe]

déplaire (fr)[Classe]

faire naître un sentiment, un état affectif (fr)[Classe...]

être importun (fr)[Classe]

personne importune (fr)[Classe]

firebrand; agitator; troublemaker (en)[Classe]

qui cherche à provoquer des réactions violentes (fr)[Classe]

(disagreeableness; unpleasantness; inconvenience; discomfort), (toilsomely) (en)[Thème]

agacer (fr)[Thème]

factotum (en)[Domaine]

IntentionalPsychologicalProcess (en)[Domaine]

person (en)[Domaine]

SocialRole (en)[Domaine]

displease (en) - mistreatment (en) - aggression (en) - disturbance, perturbation (en) - aggressor, assailant, assaulter, attacker (en) - persecutor, tormenter, tormentor (en) - agitator, bad hat, mischief-maker, ringleader, troublemaker, trouble maker, troubler, trublion (en)[Hyper.]

annoyance, annoying, irritation, peeve, vexation (en) - devilment, devilry, deviltry, mischief, mischief-making, mischievousness, rascality, roguery, roguishness, shenanigan (en) - aggravation, irritation, provocation (en) - annoyance, arse, arsehole, arse-licker, ass, bastard, bother, botheration, brownnose, cunt, darkie, dick, fart, flashy wog, infliction, Negro girl, pain, pain in the arse, pain in the ass, pain in the neck, piccaninny, piss, prick, puke, shitty, sod, wog (en) - irritant, thorn (en) - irritation, pique, temper (en) - annoyer, tease, teaser, vexer (en) - annoyance, botheration, irritation, vexation (en) - beset, chevvy, chevy, chivvy, chivy, harass, harry, hassle, molest, plague, provoke (en) - annoy, bother, bug, chafe, devil, disturb, get at, get to, gravel, intrude, irritate, nark, nettle, rag, rile, rub up the wrong way, trouble, vex, worry (en) - aggravate, exacerbate, exasperate (en) - annoying, bothersome, galling, gnawing, irritant, irritating, nettlesome, pesky, pestering, pestiferous, plaguey, plaguy, teasing, vexatious, vexing (en) - bother, discommode, disoblige, incommode, inconvenience, inconvenient, put out, trouble (en) - harass (en) - incite, instigate, set off, stir up (en) - drive, egg on, incite, instigate, prod, urge on (en) - provoke, stimulate (en) - arouse, elicit, enkindle, evoke, fire, kindle, provoke, raise, vellicate (en) - provocatively, provokingly (en)[Dérivé]

agiter (fr)[PersonneQui~]

court, elicit, provoke (en)[Qui~]

chafe (en) - colloquial expression, colloquialism (en)[Domaine]

unprovocative, unprovoking (en)[Ant.]

muciti (v.)


mučiti (v.)


 

tapestry; hanging; wall hanging (en)[Classe]

personne cruelle (fr)[Classe]

personne exerçant une domination, un pouvoir sur qqch. (fr)[Classe]

moments précédant la mort (fr)[Classe]

end (en)[Classe]

(precede), (press showing; preview), (past; past times; yesteryear; ancient times; antiquity), (predecessor; forerunner) (en)[Caract.]

(dead; late; disappeared), (die; decease; perish; go; exit; pass away; expire; pass; pass on; depart this life; become extinct; die out; kick the bucket; cash in one's chips; buy the farm; conk; give-up the ghost; drop dead; pop off; choke; croak; snuff it), (be dying; be at death's door; be within an ace of death; be at the point of death; be close to death; be near death; face death; be as good as dead), (soft leather), (death; dying; demise), (life insurance; life assurance), (dying), (last will), (mortal), (deathrate; death rate; mortality; mortality rate; fatality rate; birth rate/death rate) (en)[termes liés]

théâtre (lieu) (fr)[DomainDescrip.]

person (en)[Domaine]

agent (en)[Domaine]

medicine (en)[Domaine]

Pain (en)[Domaine]

blesser, faire mal (fr) - persecution, pursuit (en) - torture, torturing (en) - flat (en) - oppressor (en) - ache, distress, hurting, misery, pain, suffering (en)[Hyper.]

wound, wounding (en) - injury (en) - accidental injury, injury (en) - combat injury, injury, wound (en) - harm, hurt, injury, trauma (en) - excruciate, torment, torture (en) - bedevil, crucify, dun, frustrate, rag, torment (en) - excruciate, rack, torment, torture (en) - oppress, persecute (en) - ache, be in pain, hurt, suffer (en) - agonise, agonize, be as good as dead, be at death's door, be at the point of death, be close to death, be dying, be near death, be within an ace of death, face death (en) - agonise, agonize (en) - ache, hurt, suffer (en) - agonist (en) - agonal (en) - agonising, agonizing, excruciating, harrowing, torturesome, torturing, torturous (en)[Dérivé]

mučiti (v.)


 

dire des railleries (fr)[Classe]

railler quelqu'un (fr)[Classe]

faire du mal (fr)[Classe]

combattre (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

nuire (à qqn) (fr)[Classe]

communicate; impart; inform; let know (en)[Classe]

accusation (en)[Classe]

raillerie (fr)[Classe]

meanness; baseness; contemptibility; despicableness; despicability; sordidness (en)[Classe]

personnage légendaire grecque. (fr)[Classe...]

(ironically), (mocker; scoffer) (en)[Thème]

(accessory; accoutrement; accouterment) (en)[Thème]

(disagreeableness; unpleasantness; inconvenience; discomfort), (toilsomely) (en)[Thème]

(accuser), (blame; incriminate; impeach for; indict for; accuse of; charge with; bring a charge of), (accusation), (defendant; accused) (en)[Thème]

(application; inquiry; request; demand), (ask; demand; apply for; request), (demand; call) (en)[Thème]

mythology (en)[Domaine]

CognitiveAgent (en)[Domaine]

do by, handle, treat (en) - harassment, molestation, pestering (en) - aggravation, irritation, provocation (en) - call, cry, outcry, shout, vociferation, yell (en) - mythical being (en) - persecutor, tormenter, tormentor (en) - persona non grata, unwelcome person (en)[Hyper.]

derision, jeer, jeering, mockery, ridicule, scoff, scoffing (en) - flouter, jeerer, mocker, scoffer (en) - bait, cod, gibe at, needle, rag, rally, razz, ride, tantalise, tantalize, taunt, tease, twit (en) - blackguard, gibe, guy, jeer, jest at, jibe, josh, kid, laugh, laugh at, make fun, make fun of, mock, poke fun, poke fun at, pull s.o.'s leg, rib, ridicule, roast, scoff, scoff at, sneer at, take the mickey out of (en) - badger, beleaguer, bug, irritate, pester, tease, vex (en) - barrack, boo, boo at, catcall, hiss, hoot, jeer, jeer at (en) - honk, hoot, toot (en) - snort (en) - catcall, hiss, sibilate, siss, sizz (en) - hiss, sibilate, siss, sizz (en) - tease (en) - annoy, bother, bug, chafe, devil, disturb, get at, get to, gravel, intrude, irritate, nark, nettle, rag, rile, rub up the wrong way, trouble, vex, worry (en)[Dérivé]

Greek mythology (en)[Domaine]

mučiti (v.)



mučiti (v.)


 

exciter (fr)[Classe]

agacer (fr)[Classe]

faire naître un sentiment, un état affectif (fr)[Classe...]

déplaire (fr)[Classe]

inquiéter (fr)[Classe]

causer du désagrément (fr)[Classe]

firebrand; agitator; troublemaker (en)[Classe]

personne méchante (fr)[Classe]

(touchiness; sensitiveness), (brawling; fighting), (anger; ire), (get one's dander up; get angry; flip one's lid; blow up; throw a fit; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; have a fit; combust; blow one's stack; fly off the handle; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; go ballistic; go through the roof; go through the roof / hit the roof) (en)[Thème]

agacer (fr)[Thème]

obsession (fr)[Thème]

inopportun (fr)[Thème]

beset, chevvy, chevy, chivvy, chivy, harass, harry, hassle, molest, plague, provoke (en) - harassment, molestation, pestering (en) - agitator, bad hat, mischief-maker, ringleader, troublemaker, trouble maker, troubler, trublion (en) - persona non grata, unwelcome person (en)[Hyper.]

crucifixion, excruciation (en) - badgering, bedevilment, harassing, harrying, pestering, plaguing, torment, worrying (en) - frustration (en) - harassment, torment (en) - persecutor, tormenter, tormentor (en) - bait, cod, gibe at, needle, rag, rally, razz, ride, tantalise, tantalize, taunt, tease, twit (en) - blackguard, gibe, guy, jeer, jest at, jibe, josh, kid, laugh, laugh at, make fun, make fun of, mock, poke fun, poke fun at, pull s.o.'s leg, rib, ridicule, roast, scoff, scoff at, sneer at, take the mickey out of (en) - badger, beleaguer, bug, irritate, pester, tease, vex (en) - call, cry, cry out, heckle, howl out, let fly at, roar, roar out, scold, scream, scream out, screech out, shout, shout out, yell, yell out (en) - tease (en) - annoy, bother, bug, chafe, devil, disturb, get at, get to, gravel, intrude, irritate, nark, nettle, rag, rile, rub up the wrong way, trouble, vex, worry (en)[Dérivé]

mučiti (v.)


 

voler (prendre à autrui) (fr)[Classe]

prendre possession de qqch (fr)[Classe]

tirer un profit, un avantage de (fr)[Classe]

estimer au-dessus de sa valeur (fr)[Classe]

faire payer cher (fr)[Classe]

acquirement; obtainment; procurance; procurement; purchase; buy; acquisition (en)[Classe]

action d'enlever (fr)[Classe...]

action de voler, de prendre à autrui (fr)[Classe]

personne habile (fr)[Classe]

crook; trickster; swindler; chiseller; chiseler; gouger; scammer; grifter; defrauder (en)[ClasseHyper.]

robber; thief; stealer (en)[Classe]

falsificateur (fr)[Classe]

personne utilisant un procédé pour réussir qqch (fr)[Classe]

tirer un profit abusif (fr)[Thème]

excessif et trop (fr)[Caract.]

(take down; clear away; remove; take away; put aside) (en)[termes liés]

factotum (en)[Domaine]

Directing (en)[Domaine]

cheat, chisel, con, con into, con out of, defraud, hustle, rip off, swindle, swindle out of (en) - crime, criminal act, felony, outrage, wrongful act (en) - attempt, effort, endeavor, endeavour, essay, exertion, go, shot, stroke, try (en) - beguiler, cheat, cheater, deceiver, slicker, trickster, twister (en)[Hyper.]

overcharge, usurious price (en) - blackmailer, extortioner, extortionist, racketeer (en) - bulldoze into, coerce, coerce into, compel, compel to, constrain, dragoon into, force, hale, impel, oblige, press into, press to, pressure, pressurise, pressurize, squeeze (en) - bunco, con, defraud, diddle, gip, goldbrick, gyp, hornswoggle, mulct, nobble, rook, scam, short-change, swindle, victimize (en) - cheat, chisel (en)[Dérivé]

extort, gouge, rack, squeeze, wring (en)[Nominalisation]

bill, charge, invoice (en)[Domaine]

undercharge (en)[Ant.]

mučiti (v.)


 

cause damage; do damage; injure; prejudice; put at a disadvantage; cause damage to; impair; be bad for; do harm (en)[Classe]

faire du mal (fr)[Classe]

(faire) devenir autre une propriété (fr)[Classe...]

acte de persécution (fr)[ClasseEnsembleDe]

mauvais traitement (fr)[Classe]

personne exerçant une domination, un pouvoir sur qqch. (fr)[Classe]

employeur qui tire un profit abusif (fr)[Classe]

person drunk with power; power-mad person; tyrant; autocrat; despot (en)[Classe]

personne cruelle (fr)[Classe]

contraire à la justice, à l'équité (fr)[Classe]

contraignant (fr)[Classe]

violent (personnes) (fr)[Classe]

nuire à quelqu'un (fr)[Thème]

serrer (fr)[Thème]

(disagreeableness; unpleasantness; inconvenience; discomfort), (toilsomely) (en)[Thème]

les trois premiers siècles de l'Église (fr)[termes liés]

(mastery; subordination; lack of freedom) (en)[termes liés]

(person drunk with power; power-mad person; tyrant; autocrat; despot) (en)[termes liés]

factotum (en)[Domaine]

SubjectiveAssessmentAttribute (en)[Domaine]

qualificatif d'un type de pouvoir autoritaire (fr)[DomainJugement]

beset, chevvy, chevy, chivvy, chivy, harass, harry, hassle, molest, plague, provoke (en) - abuse, ill-treatment, ill-usage, maltreatment, mistreatment (en) - disagreeable person, unpleasant person (en) - oppressor (en)[Hyper.]

crucifixion, excruciation (en) - badgering, bedevilment, harassing, harrying, pestering, plaguing, torment, worrying (en) - frustration (en) - harassment, torment (en) - persecutor, tormenter, tormentor (en) - crush, dominate, hold down, hold under, keep down, keep under, oppress, overwhelm, press, repress, suppress (en) - excruciate, torment, torture (en) - excruciate, rack, torment, torture (en) - bedevil, crucify, dun, frustrate, rag, torment (en)[Dérivé]

oppress, persecute (en)[Nominalisation]

oppresser (fr)[PersonneQui~]

belief, faith, religion, religious belief (en)[Domaine]

domineering (en)[Similaire]

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