suomi-englanti sanakirja

violence englannista suomeksi

  1. väkivaltaisuudet, väkivalta, voimakeinot

  2. voima, kiihko, rajuus, raivokkuus

  3. häiriö

  1. Substantiivi

  2. of something abstract or inanimate rajuus, of a human being voimakeinot (monikko)

  3. väkivalta

  4. väkivaltaisuudet (monikko)

  5. vääryys

  6. Verbi

violence englanniksi

  1. Extreme force.

  2. (ux)

  3. Action which causes destruction, pain, or suffering.

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  5. Widespread fighting.

  6. Injustice, wrong.

  7. 2017, Kevin J. O'Brien, ''The Violence of Climate Change''

  8. Racism, classism, sexism, ethnocentrism, and heterosexism are also wicked problems of structural violence (..)
  9. ravishment; rape; violation

  10. To subject to violence.

  11. 1996, Professor Cathy Nutbrown, ''Respectful Educators - Capable Learners: Children's Rights and Early Education'', SAGE (ISBN), page 36:

  12. The key general point is that the idea of the agendered, asexual, aviolenced worker is a fiction; workers and organizational members do not exist in social abstraction; they are gendered, sexualed and violenced, partly by their position  ...
  13. 2011, Timothy D. Forsyth, ''The Alien'', AuthorHouse (ISBN), page 24:

  14. And the triad is made complete by she who is violenced by him.
  15. 2012, Megan Sweeney, ''The Story Within Us: Women Prisoners Reflect on Reading'', University of Illinois Press (ISBN), page 46:

  16. He physically violenced my mother, physically violenced me and my brothers, and was sexually abusive to me until I was in second grade.
  17. violence

  18. act of violence

  19. (l) (gloss) or an example of it.

  20. A harmful of nature; great natural force.

  21. Divine or religious force or strength.

  22. The force or power of one's feelings or mental state.

  23. Powerful or forceful movement or mobility.

  24. Misrule or malgovernance; abuse of authority.

  25. Beneficial manual force.

  26. The strength of an ache.

  27. The whims of chance.

  28. (l)

  29. act of violence