descent en Árabe

Pronunciación
‏هبوط، منحدر، أصل، نسب، سلالة، نزول، سقوط، إنتقال ملكية، بنحدر من سلالة ما، ظهور مفاجئ، غارة، هجوم مباغت، جيل، مهاجمة‏

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I am very proud of my Scottish heritage, and I’m not alone – it is thought that almost 40 million people worldwide claim to be of Scottish descent (more than the 5 million who currently live here!).
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We look to Cabo Verde as a leader in good governance, human rights, and renewable energy in Africa and celebrate the contributions of more than half a million Americans of Cabo Verdean descent.
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Soon it ceased to be a shriek, becoming a rude roar formed by divers collisions and frictions, like the descent of an electric tram through a hillside road,
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After a heartbeat, the whistling rope snagged in her carabiner and her descent jerked to a halt.
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At the bottom of the descent there was the crash of ice; a piece of dirty frozen snow thrown up from the road hit me a painful blow in the face.
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By eliminating the left-recursion, we can obtain a grammar suitable for use in a predictive recursive-descent translator.
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Guenhwyvar leaped around and between the many broken crags of stone marking the descent to the north.
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gets the font descent-the distance from the baseline to the bottoms of descenders.
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I nodded, recalling my descent under the exhaust towers, how powerfully the scent of the huge hidden thing had affected me.
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I learned that the possessions most esteemed by your fellow creatures were high and unsullied descent united with riches.
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Sinónimos

properties attributable to your ancestry: origin, lineage, filiation, extraction, ancestry, full blood, derivation
a movement downward: change of location, lightening, set, sinking, travel, drop, shower, cascade, slide, fall
the act of changing your location in a downward direction: jump, nose dive, abseil, dive, move, parachuting, flop, motion, rappel, swoop, collapse, crash dive, drop, nosedive, movement
a downward slope or bend: slope, decline, declivity, steep, downhill, downslope, declination, fall, declension, side, incline
the descendants of one individual: origin, kinfolk, family, stemma, family tree, line of descent, folk, parentage, pedigree, family line, phratry, stock, ancestry, blood, kinsfolk, line, lineage, genealogy, bloodline, sept, side, blood line
the kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors: lineage, relationship, bilateral descent, unilateral descent, filiation, family relationship, line of descent, kinship


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