sinister

sinister
{'sinistə}
1. зловещ, злокобен
2. застрашителен, страшен, злобен, лош, зъл, престъпен
3. хер. на лявата страна
bar/bend SINISTER диагонална черта на лявата страна на герб-знак за незаконороденост
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{'sinistъ} a 1. зловещ, злокобен; 2. застрашителен, страшен;
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страшен; проклет; застрашителен; злокобен; злобен; зъл; зловещ; лош;
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1. bar/bend sinister диагонална черта на лявата страна на герб-знак за незаконороденост 2. застрашителен, страшен, злобен, лош, зъл, престъпен 3. зловещ, злокобен 4. хер. на лявата страна
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sinister[´sinistə] adj 1. зловещ, злокобен; 2. лош, зъл, злобен, проклет; 3. застрашителен; страшен;FONT face=Times_Deutsch}} ◊ adv sinisterly; 4. ост. ляв, на лявата страна; хералд. на дясната страна на герб (за зрителя); bend (bar) \sinister диагонална линия в десния ъгъл на герб - знак за незаконороденост.

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