⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'violently' from English to Russian
резко {adv} [сильно, грубо]violently
сильно {adv} [резко, грубо]violently
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Usage Examples English
  • When Constantine converted to Christianity, and the Roman Empire which was previously violently anti-Christian became pro-Christian, the Persian Empire, suspecting a new "enemy within", became violently anti-Christian.
  • "Virginian" also tended to roll violently in heavy seas.
  • He died violently at Waterford Harbour.
  • Tungsten silicide can react violently with substances such as strong acids, fluorine, oxidizers, and interhalogens.
  • DIBAL, like most alkylaluminium compounds, reacts violently with air and water, potentially leading to explosion.
  • Trimethylaluminium is pyrophoric, reacting violently with air and water.
  • On 2 April, Russian troops violently dispersed rally with explosions.
  • The first assault was violently repelled.
  • In response to this defense, one NPR reviewer attacked "The Emoji Code" for presenting attitudes toward Emoji in a binary manner--that people are either violently for or violently against emojis.
  • On May 26, 1987, a pilot observed violently bubbling and discolored water over Esmeralda Bank.
  • The cavity appeared violently on 23 November 1343 during a violent storm, or possibly an earthquake.
  • He was violently antisemitic, and opposed recruiting Tunisian Jews during World War I (1914–18).
  • The protests ended violently with 3 farmers dead. Both sides sustained injuries.
  • A labourer violently quarrels with his employer over a woman.
  • The purpose of this festival is to hustle bravely and violently as its name indicates.
  • ANC troops violently broke up the demonstration and instituted a reign of terror.
  • Potassium metal can react violently with water producing KOH and hydrogen gas.
  • Bromo started to violently erupt ash on Friday 26 November 2010.
  • On 11 May 2016, Kudo collided violently with goalkeeper Matt Lampson and suffered a fractured jaw.
  • Swiss ski racer Corinne Rey-Bellet, was born, raised and violently killed in Les Crosets.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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