English to Tajik Meaning :: molotov

Molotov :
Молотов
 
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Noun(1) large web-footed birds of the southern hemisphere having long narrow wings; noted for powerful gliding flight

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(1) He wrote that the function of fantasy was ÔÇÿconsolationÔÇÖ, thereby making it an article of policy that a fantasy writer should mollycoddle the reader.(2) I wish I could hold her in my arms and mollycoddle her, the way I did when she was just a baby.(3) The temptation to mollycoddle people who are unable to deal with insulting challenges to themselves or their beliefs is very strong.(4) Following the successful implementation of the smoking ban in enclosed public places, they have devised a plan to mollycoddle us into wellness.(5) We mollycoddle prisoners in this country, to some degree.(6) He agrees with me, and he's no mollycoddle in the critical ring.(7) I have always looked out for myself, I don't need any one to mollycoddle me.(8) I have been very fortunate in being brought up in a generation which has been mollycoddled .(9) This was a small step towards ending the economic mollycoddling of the aviation industry.(10) If harsh prison terms and hanging is not the answer, neither is a kinder gentler mollycoddling .(11) ÔÇÿThe last thing I want to do is be mollycoddled ,ÔÇÖ he said.(12) People make the mistake of mollycoddling disabled people, but it's the worst thing you can do.(13) If they were being mollycoddled and taking advantage of the system, they would be doing well for themselves.(14) Schools are mollycoddling pupils, producing a generation of unhealthy underachievers, the government's education agency has warned.(15) In other words, it becomes a point of principle that his literature mollycoddles its readers.(16) There is a limit to the levels at which children can be mollycoddled .
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