raid, razzia, strejftogplyndre, foretage en razzia i, angribe
Noun(1) a sudden short attack(2) an attempt by speculators to defraud investors
Verb(1) search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on(2) enter someone else's territory and take spoils(3) take over (a company(4) search for something needed or desired
(1) a police raid on his home(2) This man tells us he was blinded after a bombing raid by Sudanese aircraft.(3) a bombing raid(4) A Leeds woman who single-handedly tackled an armed robber and prevented a raid on a building society was yesterday honoured for her bravery by the Home Secretary.(5) A substantial quantity of suspected class A and class C drugs have been seized by police in a raid on a house in Orkney.(6) The first place they took to us was the village where they said some 200 people had died in aircraft bombing raid .(7) The girl's mother was arrested in a raid by police and Drug Enforcement Administration agents.(8) Alternatively, please everyone and raid your room mini bar as you watch the Pattaya Mail Channel's latest features.(9) ├ö├ç├┐They knew we were coming,├ö├ç├û sighs a Hong Kong-based investigator who participated in the raid .(10) Police evicted 800 club-goers in the raid on Saturday and arrested 13 people, two of whom were members of staff at the club.(11) Axel and his team set out one night to raid an illegal ├ö├ç├┐chop shop├ö├ç├û where stolen vehicles are dismantled and disguised for resale.(12) During the raid , police also seized drug paraphernalia, money and other items connected with the investigation.(13) Whether it's getting out of an ambush, or getting into position for a raid or attack, the extra speed leaves the enemy at a disadvantage.(14) In 1976 he was awarded the Scott Medal for bravery after tackling two armed robbers following a raid on a post office.(15) He had nightmares every time he helped raid a village.(16) The trio inside were heading home to Leeds with their loot from a smash-and-grab raid on a York computer business.
1. attack ::
2. search ::
3. foray ::
4. attack ::
5. rob ::
6. bust ::
Different Formsraid, raided, raider, raiders, raiding, raids
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