Romanian English Dictionary

limba română - English

asalt in English:

1. assault assault


He was charged with assault.
An 18 hour assault has pummelled the town center.
A woman and a man have been convicted of assaulting a police officer. He had attempted to sexually assault the woman.
The barricade was stronger than it had been for the first assault, and the rebels were at their positions, guns loaded and ready for action.
verbal assault
It was a real assault on the senses: a beautiful view, peaceful music and delicious food.
Smacking a child is considered assault in Sweden
This brutal assault, which was not motivated by robbery, deserves the most severe condemnation.
She went to karate lessons to learn how to defend herself in case of an assault.
These incidents cover a wide range of behaviour, for example verbal abuse, graffiti or physical assault.
The political candidate promised to launch an assault against poverty if she were elected.
make an assault on somebody/something
For the victims of violent assaults, it is of little concern who ordered the violence.
Why do you think some assaults are never reported to the police?
She was assaulted in the street in broad daylight.