English to Malagasy Meaning of rape - fanolanana

Rape :

fanolanana, famoretana, hatezerana, herisetra

fanolanana, mampahory, Anjakao ny, faharesena

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Definitions of rape in English
Noun(1) Eurasian plant cultivated for its seed and as a forage crop(2) the act of despoiling a country in warfare(3) the crime of forcing a person to submit to sexual intercourse against his or her will
Verb(1) force (someone(2) destroy and strip of its possession
Examples of rape in English
(1) he denied two charges of attempted rape(2) he denied two charges of rape(3) a rape victim(4) the rape of the Russian countryside(5) the rape of the countryside(6) he pleaded not guilty to burglary with intent to rape(7) Biofuels can be made from oilseed rape , beet, recovered vegetable oil and tallow, and incorporated in diesel and petrol.(8) Environment Secretary Margaret Beckett approved cultivation of the herbicide-tolerant maize but rejected commercial cultivation of GM beet and oilseed rape .(9) People should not have to attempt to push their way through knee-high wheat or oilseed rape .(10) The hedgerows are in bloom, too, and, on the way to Minehead, there are several fields filled with oilseed rape , an early crop, flowering into lemon yellow already.(11) Ramblers say oilseed rape and cereal crops are still blocking rights of way across North Yorkshire in spite of the county's policy of taking a firm line with farmers who fail to clear obstructions.(12) They were back in the country, surrounded by fields of bright yellow oilseed rape .(13) Its research has found that approximately 2.5 million acres of crops like wheat, oilseed rape and sugar beet currently produced for food could instead be grown for alternative uses such as ÔÇÿbio-fuelsÔÇÖ.(14) Their equivalents in the Danelaw were wapen-takes, in Kent lathes, in Yorkshire ridings, and in Sussex rapes .(15) The former arable area has been re-focused to give a more 21st century feel and will include demonstration crops such as oilseed rape grown for bio-diesel fuel.(16) It studies the effects of growing modified maize, potatoes and oilseed rape commercially on farms.
Related Phrases of rape
(1) statutory rape ::
didy fanolanana
(2) rape seed ::
fanolanana voa
(3) rape flower ::
fanolanana voninkazo
(4) gang-rape ::
1. sexual assault ::
firaisana ara-nofo fanafihana
2. destruction ::
3. rapine ::
4. violation ::
5. colza ::
6. sexually assault ::
fanafihana ara-nofo
7. ravage ::
8. ravish ::
9. despoil ::
Different Forms
rape, raped, rapes, raping
Word Example from TV Shows
should be in for a bit of a rape.

should be in for a bit of a RAPE.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 9

We're not attacking King's Landing
so that you can rape the queen.

We're not attacking King's Landing so that you can RAPE the queen.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2

in to rape my company,
Daddy's boy.

in to RAPE my company, Daddy's boy.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 10

I will not rape her.

I will not RAPE her.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 10

and he would have let a thousand men
rape me if it had got him the crown.

and he would have let a thousand men RAPE me if it had got him the crown.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

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