Translation for 'cowards' from English to Russian
NOUN   a coward | cowards
тру́сы {мн}cowards
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Translation for 'cowards' from English to Russian

тру́сы {мн}
Usage Examples English
  • You have no patience for such cowards and prefer to be near the front line.
  • Canutus rails against his troops and supporters, calling them cowards. After this, Edricus writes to Ironside, asking forgiveness. He then exchanges clothing with Stitch.
  • Like all cowards, he seems to have lived a life of constant dread of treachery and foul play.
  • 'Alas! Alas! Ten years for Charles, it is too bad. An evil conscience makes them cowards.' wrote Edward Carpenter following the trial.
  • The "We wise" to whom the poem refers might, as Jon Stallworthy has suggested, be construed as "we poets", to which the Owen scholar Douglas Kerr adds the possibilities "we officers", "we shellshocked neurasthenics" and "we cowards".

  • On June 17, 2020, another video was released, "Gop Cowards", which accused Republican senators of being cowards. Near the end of the video, followers are urged to vote 11 Republican legislators out.
  • The same day, Yugoslavia's Minister of Information Milan Komnenić released a statement attributing her death to "NATO cowards".
  • The song depicts the police as cowards, outnumbering and surrounding the heroic and defiant bushranger, who vows: “My life I'll sell it dear”.
  • Indonesian President Joko Widodo strongly condemned the attacks and described it as an "act of cowards".
  • Hovenden was likely to have advance warning of the Irish Rebellion from his brother. He was later accused of having taunted Protestant captives by calling them "base, degenerate cowards".

  • She then bashes out the brains of Wilson and Kitson, saying that they lived as cowards so they will die as cowards.
  • While untrue, such stories were intended to delegitimise the Jacobite cause by identifying it as the party of chaos and by suggesting its male leaders were cowards, morally bankrupt or otherwise inadequate.
  • Its advertising slogan is "No apto para cobardes" ("Not for cowards").
  • Mubarakpuri mentions that the Quran verse 47:20 was also sent down, dispraising the hypocrites and cowards who are scared of fighting, and exhorted Muslims to fight.
  • After the killing, then-Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion banned Lehi as "a gang of rogues, cowards and low schemers" and had its members arrested, though, they were released immediately.

  • One of his most memorable quotes is "Law is not a profession for cowards".
  • Laches argues against the need for fighting in armour by claiming that the Spartans do not practice it; the instructors that Laches has seen are not brave soldiers and so have not benefitted from this knowledge; and it causes cowards to take foolish and damaging military risks.
  • Padarn's coat perfectly fits any brave man; will not fit cowards.
  • On Wednesday 17 September 2008, Smith was interviewed by Tony Livesey on BBC Radio Lancashire's Breakfast Show; she attacked the so-called "Lancashire Mafia" for their plot against Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and accused those behind the scenes of being cowards.
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