Translation for 'marauder' from English to Russian
NOUN   a marauder | marauders
SYNO marauder | piranha | predator | ...
мародёр {м}marauder
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Translation for 'marauder' from English to Russian

мародёр {м}
Usage Examples English
  • The place was feared, and the British called him "a famous old marauder".
  • The second of those would-be "kamikazes" dived on "Griswold", but she evaded it and the marauder exploded into the ocean so close that fragments of the Japanese plane showered over her.
  • These paintings depict a Viking marauder (the school's mascot), a Heron (the official bird of the city), and the school's coat of arms.
  • These original Marauder samples had four wider, high powered pickups with 16 polepieces, all submerged deep into the body and hidden under the pickguard.
  • In 1863 Malinda realised she was pregnant, so she travelled to Tennessee to stay with another of the marauder's wives.

  • For a woman who had been successful in business, she was alleged to be just as successful a marauder.
  • An enormous reptilian predator on the planet Gorsh, the Thevaxan marauder can always be heard approaching its prey, being a loud, dimwitted and clumsy beast.
  • In one, an unknown marauder opened fire from ambush without being seen or challenged.
  • Kellyman was cast as the marauder Enfys Nest in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" in 2018.
  • Each of the aliens' parents were enslaved by Lobo, and they are united in seeking revenge on the marauder.

  • In the 20th century there was the animated feature film, The Bears and the Bees (1932), although this retained little more of the original fable's story-line than that bees will combine effectively against a large marauder.
  • In 1367, Vasily joined his father and uncle in an attempt to repel Bulat-Temir, a marauder from the Golden Horde raiding the regions of the Principality of Suzdal—Nizhny Novgorod along the Volga river.
  • s Ferengi marauder, Klingon bird-of-prey, and Romulan warbird.
  • In Ottoman Turkish, haydamak used to mean "a cattle-lifter, marauder", and in modern Turkish it means "to attack, raid, drive cattle".
  • A very popular invasion route for the marauder tribes of the west and the Orcish Warlord Grimgor Ironhide's greenskins hordes.

  • Konstantin Jireček believed that "mārid" refers to the [...] , marauder mercenaries in the Arab–Byzantine wars, eponymous to the Albanian tribe of Mirdita.
  • This animal must have been a fearsome marauder that certainly did not chase prey for long; it probably fed on large, slow-moving prey, such as "Pyrotherium".
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