English → English - attack

n. assault; spasm, seizure; onslaught
v. assault, assail

English → Spanish - attack

s. ataque, acometida, acometimiento, agresión, arremetida, atentado, embestida, ofensiva, razzia
v. atacar, acometer contra, agredir, batir en brecha, cargar contra, embestir; arremeter, hacer un ataque, ir a la carga; criticar, criticar fuertemente; invadir, asaltar, tomar por asalto; impugnar

English → French - attack

n. attaque; irruption, assaut; charge
v. attaquer, assaillir, prendre d'assaut

English → German - attack

n. Angriff; Anfall
v. angreifen, attakieren

English → Indonesian - attack

n. serangan, penyerangan, sergapan, serbuan, penyerbuan, gangguan, tempuhan, gayung, makar, bidasan, serudukan, bangkitan
v. serang, menyerang, menyerbu, menempuh, menggasak, menubruk, menyergap, menjamah, menampar, mendatangi, mencela, mencelakan, mengecam, mengkritik, memecahkan, hinggap, menerpa

English → Italian - attack

s. attacco, assalto; azione offensiva; accesso; critica violenta; avvio, inizio, impostazione; violenza carnale
v. attaccare, assalire; aggredire; denigrare, screditare; intraprendere, accingersi a, affrontare; usare violenza a, violentare

English → Polish - attack

n. atak, natarcie, szturm, napaść, napad, paroksyzm, napasać, napasywać
v. atakować, zaatakować, najechać, napadać, zaczepić, porazić chorobą, kwestionować: ostro kwestionować, działać, jeść, najeżdżać, napasać, napasywać, napaść, zaczepiać

English → Portuguese - attack

s. ataque; agressão; investida
v. atacar; combater; agredir

English → Romanian - attack

n. atac, asalt, agresiune, năvală, năvălire, lovitură, iureş, critică, ofensivă, criză {med.}
v. ataca, asalta, năvăli, lovi, încolţi, critica

English → Russian - attack

с. нападение, наступление, наступательный бой, атака, нападки; приступ, приступ болезни, вспышка болезни, припадок; инсульт
г. нападать, наступать, атаковать; накинуться, набрасываться; критиковать; энергично браться, предпринимать; поражать, разрушать; разъедать

English → Turkish - attack

f. saldırmak, hücum etmek, girişmek, hamle yapmak; tecâvüz etmek; çatmak, eleştirmek, uğraşmak, koyulmak, taarruz etmek; tutulmak, yakalanmak; aşındırmak; dil uzatmak
i. saldırı, hücum, atak, hamle, koyulma, girişme; çatma, dil uzatma; tutulma, yakalanma; nöbet; kriz

English → Ukrainian - attack

n. напад, наступ, критика: ворожа критика, приступ, атака, випад, нагін, напір, удар
v. нападати, атакувати, наїзджати, наїхати, критикувати, енергійно братися, уражати, руйнувати, нагабати, наступати, натирати

English → Dutch - attack

zn. aanval (v.e. leger); aanval (hartaanval);inval
ww. aanvallen; invallen

English → Greek - attack

ουσ. επίθεση, προσβολή
ρήμ. προσβάλλω, επιτίθεμαι

English → Arabic - attack

‏مهاجمة، هجوم، نوبة قلب، إكراه هجومي، مداهمة، حملة‏
‏هاجم، شن هجوما، أغار، حمل على‏

English → Chinese - attack

(名) 攻击; 发作; 抨击; 开始, 着手
(动) 动手处理; 抨击; 攻击; 袭击, 进攻

English → Chinese - attack

(名) 攻擊; 發作; 抨擊; 開始, 著手
(動) 動手處理; 抨擊; 攻擊; 襲擊, 進攻

English → Hindi - attack

n. आक्रमण, रेला, वार, आक्षेप, धर्षण
v. आक्रमण करना, धावा करना, सिसकारना, धर्षण करना
a. आक्रमण का

English → Japanese - attack

(動) 攻撃する; 非難する; 襲う
(名) 攻撃; 発病; 着手

English → Korean - attack

명. 공격, 습격; 경련, 발병; 맹공격
동. 공격하다,침범하다, 습격하다

English → Vietnamese - attack

n. sự đánh, tấn công, phỉ báng, sự trở chứng, sự làm hại, sự ăn mòm, sự công kích
v. tấn công, bị bịnh
a. sự đánh nhạc

Definition of attack

1. An attempt to cause damage or injury to, or to somehow detract from the worth or credibility of, a person, position, idea, object, or thing, by physical, verbal, emotional, or other assault.
They claimed the censorship of the article was an attack on free speech.
2. A time in which one attacks. The offence of a battle.
The army timed their attack to coincide with the local celebrations.
3. Collectively, the bowlers of a cricket side.
4. Any contact with the ball other than a serve or block which sends the ball across the plane of the net.
5. The three attackmen on the field or all the attackmen of a team.
6. The sudden onset of a disease.
I´ve had an attack of the flu.
7. An active episode of a chronic or recurrent disease.
8. The onset of a musical note, particularly with respect to the strength (and duration) of that onset.
9. The amount of time it takes for the volume of an audio signal to go from zero to maximum level (e.g. an audio waveform representing a snare drum hit would feature a very fast attack, whereas that of a wave washing to shore would feature a slow attack).
10. To apply violent force to someone or something.
This species of snake will only attack humans if it feels threatened.
11. To aggressively challenge a person, idea, etc., with words (particularly in newspaper headlines, because it typesets into less space than "criticize" or similar).
She published an article attacking the recent pay cuts.
12. To begin to affect; to act upon injuriously or destructively; to begin to decompose or waste.
13. To deal with something in a direct way; to set to work upon.
We´ll have dinner before we attack the biology homework.
14. To aim balls at the batsman’s wicket.
15. To set a field, or bowl in a manner designed to get wickets.
16. To bat aggressively, so as to score runs quickly.
17. To move forward in an attempt to actively score point, as opposed to trying not to concede.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: attacking
Present: attack (3.person: attacks)
Past: attacked
Future: will attack
Present conditional: would attack
Present Perfect: have attacked (3.person: has attacked)
Past Perfect: had attacked
Future Perfect: will have attacked
Past conditional: would have attacked
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