How to say SLA in Hebrew 

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בְּרִיחַ

bolt(noun)

a bar to fasten a door etc

We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.

לַחֲבוֹט בְּכּוֹח רַב

slog(verb)

to hit hard (usually without aiming carefully)

She slogged him with her handbag.

לְהַכּוֹת, לַהֲלוֹם

beat(verb)

to strike or hit repeatedly

Beat the drum.

לְהַצלִיף

lash(verb)

to strike with a lash

He lashed the horse with his whip.

לַחֲבוֹט

bat(verb)

to use a bat

He bats with his left hand.

בְּרִיחַ

latch(noun)

a catch of wood or metal used to fasten a door etc

She lifted the latch and walked in.

חַסָה

lettuce(noun)

a type of green plant with large leaves used as a salad.

צִלצוּל שָעוֹן

chime(verb)

(of a clock) to indicate the time by chiming

The clock chimed 9 o'clock.

לְהֵירָתַע

kick(verb)

(of a gun) to jerk or spring back violently when fired.

לְהַפעִים

pulsate(verb)

to beat or throb.

לְהַפִּיל

knock(verb)

to cause to move, especially to fall, by hitting (often accidentally)

She knocked a vase on to the floor while she was dusting.

לְכַסֵחַ דֶשֶׁא

mow(verb)

to cut (grass etc) with a scythe or mower

He mowed the lawn.

לִדְפוֹק, לַחבוֹט

bang(verb)

to hit or strike violently, often making a loud noise

The child banged his drum; He banged the book down angrily on the table.

לְהַכּוֹת בְּאֶגרוֹף ב-

punch(verb)

to hit with the fist

He punched him on the nose.

לַחבּוֹט

hit(verb)

to make hard contact with (something), and force or cause it to move in some direction

The batsman hit the ball (over the wall).

לַחֲבוֹט

bat(verb)

to strike (the ball) with a bat

He batted the ball.

לְנָצֶח

beat(verb)

to win against

She beat me in a contest.

בָּרִיח

bar(noun)

a bolt

a bar on the door.

לְהַצלִיף בִּזבוּב

swat(verb)

to crush (a fly etc) by slapping it with something flat

He swatted the fly with a folded newspaper.

לְהַכּוֹת

knock(verb)

to put into a certain state or position by hitting

He knocked the other man senseless.

לְחָיֵיג

dial(verb)

to turn a telephone dial to get a number

She dialled the wrong number.

לִתקוֹע

drive(verb)

to hit hard

He drove a nail into the door; He drove a golf-ball from the tee.

לִפעוֹם

beat(verb)

to move in a regular rhythm

My heart is beating faster than usual.

לְהַכנִיס אֶגרוֹף

sock(verb)

(slang) to strike someone hard with the fist

He socked the burglar (on the jaw).

לִשבּוֹר שִׂיא

break(verb)

to do better than (a sporting etc record).

לַחבוֹט בכּוֹחַ

swipe(verb)

to hit hard

She swiped the tennis ball over the net; He swiped at the wasp but didn't hit it.

לְהַשמִיע

strike(verb)

to (make something) sound

He struck a note on the piano/violin; The clock struck twelve.

לַעֲשׂוֹת רוֹשֶם

strike(verb)

to impress, or give a particular impression to (a person)

I was struck by the resemblance between the two men; How does the plan strike you?; It / The thought struck me that she had come to borrow money.


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