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Malayalam translation: Aakramanam

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English term or phrase:attack/assault
Malayalam translation:Aakramanam
Entered by: Kavya
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09:44 May 4, 2001
English to Malayalam translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: attack/assault
meaning of attack
Rajan
Aakramanam
Explanation:
Since both the words attack &assault has the same meaning the word aakramanam can be used for both.The three Tenses(past, present, future) of this word is as follows;Aakramichu, Aakramikkunnu,Aakramikkum.When used as a verb it is Aakramikkuka.
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naAakramanamKavya
naAakramanamrechu


  

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6 mins
Aakramanam


Explanation:
attack and assault have the same meaning. Therefore we use one word, 'aakramanam'. When used in verb form it is 'aakramikkuka'.

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Aakramanam


Explanation:
Since both the words attack &assault has the same meaning the word aakramanam can be used for both.The three Tenses(past, present, future) of this word is as follows;Aakramichu, Aakramikkunnu,Aakramikkum.When used as a verb it is Aakramikkuka.

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