Definitions and translations for "bully"

Definition of bully

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A cruel and brutal fellow.
2. A hired thug.
Verb
3. Discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate.
4. Be bossy towards.
Her big brother always bullied her when she was young.
Adjective
5. Very good.
He did a bully job.
A neat sports car.
Had a great time at the party.
You look simply smashing.
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English - English - bully

Pronunciation
n. intimidator, one who harasses weaker people
v. intimidate, harass
adj. pleasant, lovely

English - Spanish - bully

Pronunciation
s. matón, bravucón, caradura, farfantón, matasiete, peleón, perdonavidas, valentón
v. intimidar, amedrentar
adj. excelente, muy bueno

English - French - bully

Pronunciation
n. tyran, despote, brimeur
v. brutaliser, rudoyer; intimider, harceler, ennuyer
adj. agréable, plaisant, joli, mignon

English - German - bully

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n. Tyrann, Rabauke
v. tyrannisieren, schikanieren
adj. angenehm

English - Indonesian - bully

Pronunciation
n. penggertak, mengganggu: orang yg mengganggu orang yg lemah, algojo, legojo, baut
v. menggertak, menggertakkan, mengganggu, mengutak-ngatikkan
a. baik, bagus, kelas satu, nomor wahid

English - Italian - bully

Pronunciation
s. prepotente, bravaccio, attaccabrighe, (fam) bullo; (rar) sicario, bravo; (ant) lenone, sfruttatore
v. angariare, opprimere, tiranneggiare
agg. (sl) fantastico, straordinario, eccezionale

English - Polish - bully

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n. tyran, despota, okrutnik, brutal, zbir, awanturnik, zabijaka, konserwa z wołowiny
v. znęcać się, tyranizować, maltretować, zmaltretować, zastraszyć, zahukać, zastraszać

English - Portuguese - bully

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s. mata-touros; capanga; tirano
v. ameaçar; intimidar
adj. agradável

English - Romanian - bully

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n. bătăuş, om certăreţ, târâie-brâu, huligan, terorist, tiran, ciomăgar
v. intimida, brutaliza, teroriza, pace: nu lăsa în pace
a. nemaipomenit, grozav

English - Russian - bully

Pronunciation
с. хулиган, задира, забияка; сутенер; хвастун; мясные консервы
г. запугивать, задирать

English - Turkish - bully

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f. zorbalık etmek, zulmetmek, zorlamak
i. kabadayı, zorba, belâlı, kiralık haydut; hücum (hokey)
s. çok iyi, harika, mükemmel

English - Ukrainian - bully

Pronunciation
n. хуліган, громило, причепа, сутенер, дружок, бандит, забіяка, заведій
v. залякувати, чіплятися, мучити, куражитися
a. чудовий, першокласний

German - English - bully

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interj. well done, good

English - Dutch - bully

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zn. aanstichter, opstoker
ww. aanstichten, opstoken
bn. aardig, plezierig

English - Greek - bully

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ουσ. ψευτοπαλλήκαρο
ρήμ. παλληκαρεύομαι, φοβερίζω
επίθ. θρασύδειλος, νταής

German - Italian - bully

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n. dominatore (m)

German - Turkish - bully

Pronunciation
kabadayilik etmek, zorbalik etmek, kabadayi, zorba

English - Arabic - bully

Pronunciation
‏المتنمر، المستأسد، حامي العاهرة، زميل، رفيق، لحم بقر معلب‏
‏خوف، أرهب، ضايق، تنمر، رافق‏
‏سغير‏

English - Chinese - bully

Pronunciation
(名) 恃强欺弱者; 为妓女拉客者, 拉皮条者; 恶霸#罐头牛肉; 腌牛肉
(动) 威吓, 胁迫; 欺侮; 欺侮人; 横行霸道
(形) 特好的, 第一流的; 像流氓的; 霸道的

English - Chinese - bully

Pronunciation
(名) 恃強欺弱者; 為妓女拉客者, 拉皮條者; 惡霸#罐頭牛肉; 醃牛肉
(動) 威嚇, 脅迫; 欺侮; 欺侮人; 橫行霸道
(形) 特好的, 第一流的; 像流氓的; 霸道的

English - Hindi - bully

Pronunciation
n. दगाई, धौंसिया
v. धौंसियाना, भयभीत करना, डराधमकाकर कुछ कराना

English - Japanese - bully

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(間) うまい
(形) 威勢のいい; すばらしい
(動) いじめる; ブリーをする

English - Korean - bully

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명. 약한 자를 괴롭히는 사람
동. 곯리다, 괴롭히다

English - Vietnamese - bully

Pronunciation
n. người hung bạo, thịt bò hộp, lúc hổn đấu
v. ngược đải
a. lạ lùng
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Synonyms for bully
1. harass: intimidate, push around, browbeat, threaten, terrify, tease
2. tough guy: rowdy, ruffian, rascal, thug, heavy
Verb forms for bully
Present participle: bullying
Present: bully (3.person: bullies)
Past: bullied
Future: will bully
Present conditional: would bully
Present Perfect: have bullied (3.person: has bullied)
Past Perfect: had bullied
Future Perfect: will have bullied
Past conditional: would have bullied