English to Igbo Meaning of hoodlum - hoodlum

Hoodlum :

machibidokwara, oji egbe ezu osi

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Definitions of hoodlum in English
Noun(1) an aggressive and violent young criminal
Examples of hoodlum in English
(1) He was a gangster, a hoodlum , a thug: much less creative than his dad.(2) Over time, Taylor begins to enjoy life as a car-jacking hoodlum .(3) One particularly edgy sequence involves the hijacking of a transit bus by a young hoodlum , who's then frustrated by the unwillingness of his hostages to express themselves honestly to him.(4) Suddenly a gang of young hoodlums enters, led by a thug named Frankie McCarthy.(5) But the most horrific incident of this sort in the novel occurs when Lorraine is raped by C. C. Baker and his gang of hoodlums .(6) Then they saw thugs and hoodlums taking over the streets.(7) A pair of London hoodlums , rejected by the established criminal set, execute a spate of robberies, which finally results in the death of a policeman.(8) In fact, many people believe gangsters and hoodlums are vicious and violent by nature.(9) The aim is to reduce the number of criminals who prey on tourists and get young hoodlums off the streets.(10) Off-licences selling alcohol to underage drinkers could be targeted as tough tactics are adopted to stop teenage hoodlums terrorising a town.(11) When he talks of cracking down on the hoodlums and thugs who make life miserable on Britain's poorest estates, people listen because they suspect he knows whereof he speaks.(12) First of all a fearless, infallible hero pitted against a bunch of hoodlums and brutal, power-crazy politicians is too stereotypical for words.(13) The hoodlums reportedly beat Palestinian villagers and vandalised their property.(14) But this was the work of a handful of hoodlums , terrorists or just plain criminals.(15) Here was a young man who had left his middle-class home to fight alongside labourers, professors, artists and hoodlums .(16) The gist is this: there's a small Scottish town plagued with young hoodlums whose violence is getting out of hand.
(1) fume hood ::
fume hundu
(2) cooker hood ::
kwuru hundu
(3) lens hood ::
oghere hundu
(4) exhaust hood ::
iyuzucha hundu
(5) extractor hood ::
extractor hundu
(6) stove hood ::
stovu hundu
(7) kitchen hood ::
kichin hundu
(8) range hood ::
nso hundu
(9) rain hood ::
mmiri ozuzo hundu
1. thug ::
2. lout ::
3. delinquent ::
enupụ isi
4. vandal ::
5. ruffian ::
6. hooligan ::
7. lowlife ::
8. gangster ::
9. crook ::
10. mobster ::
11. criminal ::
12. tough ::
siri ike
13. bruiser ::
14. hardman ::
15. goon ::
16. hood ::
enyeghachi ya okpukpu anọ
17. punk ::
18. rowdy ::
Different Forms
hoodlum, hoodlums
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