ambush പതിയിരുന്നാക്രമിക്കുക


ambush = പതിയിരുന്നാക്രമിക്കുക

Pronunciation =  ambush

Pronunciation in Malayalam = അമ്പുഷ്

ambush in Malayalam: പതിയിരുന്നാക്രമിക്കുക

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: a surprise attack by people lying in wait in a concealed position
make a surprise attack on (someone) from a concealed position 

Definition in Malayalam: (ഒരാളെ) പെട്ടെന്നു കടന്നാക്രമിക്കുന്നതിനു വേണ്ടിയുള്ള പതിയിരുപ്പ്

Examples in English:

  • Five members of the patrol were killed in an ambush.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • പട്രോൾ സംഘത്തിലെ അഞ്ചുപേർ ഒളിപ്പോരാക്രമണത്തിൽ കൊല്ലപ്പെട്ടു.

Synonyms of ambush

Synonyms in Malayalam കെണി,കുരുക്ക്‌ , കുടുക്ക്, വിസ്മയം
Synonyms in English trap, snare, pitfall, trap, surprise

Antonyms of ambush

Antonyms in Malayalam സത്യസന്ധത, കപടമില്ലായ്‌മ , സത്യം
Antonyms in English honesty, frankness, truth

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