conversion, reversal
palace revolution -
complete reversal
1. to drop, cause to fall
2. to defeat
3. to abort
[..., ' 316]
to entrap { : , , }
to distribute, spread, disseminate [..., ' 408] { : }
1. to produce
2. to extract, draw from
[..., ' 408]
to derive benefit from { : }
1. to turn, overturn
2. to become
[..., ' 115]
to put the cart before the horse { : , }
opposite, reverse (),
on the contrary
1. was dropped
2. was caused to fall
3. was defeated
() [..., ' 316] { : , , }
1. sailing, departure
2. exaggeration, overemphasis
the superlative (grammar) -
to discriminate against [...\..., ' 417]
was discriminated against () [...\..., ' 417]
1. dropping
2. overthrow, defeat
3. abortion
to amaze, surprise, do wonders [..., ' 414] { : }
1. to sail
2. to exaggerate, overstate
3. to divert, distract
[..., ' 415] { : , }
discrimination
1. to refer, direct toward...
2. to evacuate
[...,\..., ' 419]
1. was referred/sent to...
2. was evacuated
() [...,\..., ' 419] { : , , , }
hypnosis ()
to hypnotize [...., ' 116]
was hypnotized () [...., ' 116]
referral
internalization, introversion
defeat, loss, damage
to lose [..., ' 421]
to stop, cease [..., ' 423]
was stopped, interrupted () [; ] { : , }
stoppage, cessation
intermission, break, pause
to activate, set in motion [..., ' 424]
was activated, set in motion () [; ] { : , }
activation, setting in motion
distribution, dissemination
to plead, entreat, beseech [..., ' 428]
bombardment, shelling
pleading, entreaty
1. was deposited
2. was given a task
() [; ] { : , , , }
1. deposit
2. assignment of a task
1. production
2. extraction
1. to deposit
2. to delegate a task
[..., ' 428] { : , , , }
1. to break open, burst
2. to confiscate, requisition
3. to score a goal
[..., ' 430] { : , , }
to abandon, desert [..., ' 431] { : }
1. was burst open
2. was confiscated
3. was scored (goal)
() [..., ' 430] { : , , }
was abandoned, deserted () [..., ' 431] { : }
abandonment, giving the brush-off
abandoned children -
lawlessness, anarchy
to break promise, violate [..., ' 408] { : , , , }
fertilization (: )
was separated () [; ] { : , , }
separation
apartheid