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Terjemahan dari revolt
verba
memberontak
rebel, revolt, rise, mutiny, flip, break loose
memuakkan
sicken, disgust, nauseate, stomach, repugn, revolt
memualkan
disgust, repugn, revolt, cloy, nauseate, stomach
menjijikkan
disgust, repel, loathe, revolt, sicken, disrelish
bangkit
rise, rise up, stir, come up, be revived, revolt
berevolusi
revolt
merasa jijik
cringe, revolt, execrate, abominate, keck
merasa ngeri
shudder, revolt
nomina
pemberontakan
rebellion, uprising, revolt, insurgency, insurrection, mutiny
protes
protest, guff, revolt, exception, representation, reclamation
rasa jijik
contempt, revulsion, repulsion, aversion, scunner, revolt
Definisi revolt
nomina
an attempt to put an end to the authority of a person or body by rebelling.
a countrywide revolt against the central government
sinonim: rebellion, revolution, insurrection, mutiny, uprising, riot, rioting, insurgence, seizure of power, coup, coup d’état
verba
rise in rebellion.
the insurgents revolted and had to be suppressed
sinonim: rebel, rise up, rise, take to the streets, riot, mutiny
cause to feel disgust.
he was revolted by the stench that greeted him
sinonim: disgust, sicken, nauseate, make nauseous, make someone sick, turn someone’s stomach, be repugnant to, be repulsive to, put off, be offensive to, make someone’s gorge rise, turn off, gross out
Sinonim
nomina
rebellion, rising
verba
rebel, disgust, churn up, repel
Sinonim
nomina
  • rebellion, revolution, insurrection, mutiny, uprising, riot, rioting, insurgence, seizure of power,coup, coup d’état
  • rising, uprising, insurrection, rebellion
verba
  • rebel, rise up, rise, take to the streets, riot, mutiny
  • disgust, sicken, nauseate, make nauseous, make someone sick, turn someone’s stomach, be repugnant to, be repulsive to, put off, be offensive to, make someone’s gorge rise, turn off,gross out
  • churn up, sicken, nauseate, disgust
  • repel, gross out, disgust
Contoh
It was a popular revolt against the British troops that had just arrived to secure the surrender of the Japanese.
Those of you with families, boyfriends, girlfriends, just-friends – revolt against Hallmark and the diamond industry.
a revolt over tax increases
During this time he led an uprising and mass peasant revolt against the ruling Poles.
Now the clubs in Zimbabwe have started to revolt against the power of the ZCU and their costly rebranding.
a country-wide revolt against the government
There’s a tax revolt under way in Upstate New York.
Or will it revolt against being dragged down into economic and climatic chaos?
Efforts on the part of the Sicilians to revolt against the new laws were quickly suppressed, often brutally.
Pressure is growing on Fianna Fáil Deputies in the West of Ireland to revolt against current government spending policies which could spell disaster for the region.
The exiles followed the Dalai Lama, the supreme Tibetan Buddhist leader, who fled Tibet after a failed 1959 revolt against Chinese rule.
A peasant leader, Titu Mir led a revolt against the British in Bengal in 1830-31, and was killed in the course of it.
Marasha said women should not revolt against the custom but rather establish platforms to raise their concerns and investigate the deep purpose of the custom.
Five calls described the intent of passengers and surviving crew members to revolt against the hijackers.
It is this authenticity which lends credence to a runaway plot of student revolt against authority.
Instead, he calls for the poor to rise up and revolt .
the peasants rose in revolt
the peasants rose in revolt
They are the latest, most dangerous incarnation of that staple of immigration literature, the revolt of the second generation.
It was only over one year later that the opposition was able to revolt against and topple Milosevic.
On July 23rd 1952, Nasser helped to organise a revolt against the Royal Family and King Farouk was overthrown after a few days of bloodless rebellion.
voters may revolt when they realize the cost of the measures
Beyond that, it is a revolt against cross-party rule by political oligarchies, frustrating the known wishes of the population.
Some of this is part of an adolescent revolt against authority dictated by peer pressure.
The ballet tells the story of the slave-leader Spartacus who incites his fellow slaves to revolt against their Roman oppressors.
The traders, already feeling persecuted by the new system, rose in revolt against proposed restrictions, citing increased costs at a time of reduced revenues.
a revolt over tax increases
Four days later Anderton, who was last week appointed chief executive of Hearts Football Club, resigned, saying that member clubs should revolt against Mackay’s sacking.
A sign of things to come for McConnell was demonstrated by the widespread revolt against his nominee for deputy presiding officer.
What was originally a graphic novel, updating an Orwellian tale of revolt against an authoritarian government to the Eighties, has become a movie that updates the same themes to the present day.

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