English to Igbo Meaning :: smother

Smother :
smota
smota - smotabelatadịghị ekwe ya megharịaakpagbu ọnọdụsmothers
 
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Noun(1) a confused multitude of things(2) a stifling cloud of smoke
Verb(1) envelop completely(2) deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing(3) suppress in order to conceal or hide(4) form an impenetrable cover over(5) deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion

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(1) it's time for you to leave the house├ö├ç├Âshe'll smother you if you remain(2) How I am supposed to suppress my overwhelming urge to smother every guy I become involved with?(3) The first half passed with few chances for either side, although Martin Taylor in the Wycombe goal distinguished himself by twice dashing out to smother the ball at Owen's feet.(4) He tries to walk the ball into the net in typical Portuguese fashion and Dudek gets down well to smother the ball at his feet.(5) Live not in continual smother , but take some friends with whom to communicate.(6) But once we got some foam to cover the bulk of the fire and smother the flames we were able to bring it under control much quicker.(7) Hanson won the ball in a tackle and fed Longley but again the keeper was able to smother his shot.(8) The next morning the sun finally drilled a tunnel through the smother of clouds that squatted on the plain so low I stooped when I got into my Bronco.(9) One way to smother a small fire is to cover it with a heavy blanket.(10) all this vanished in a smother of foam(11) Extinguish or smother the fire on the drapes with wet towels and water.(12) the goalkeeper was able to smother the ball(13) a teenage mum tried to smother her baby in hospital(14) There had been attempts to smother the fire, but it had caused it to only burn stronger than before.(15) I put my hand over her mouth, not hard enough to smother her, but firmly enough to give her the message not to speak.(16) O'Flynn was in again after 18 minutes, but this time Walshe was able to smother his shot at the edge of the penalty area, but it was so close that Bray manager Pat Devlin reacted immediately.
Synonyms
Verb
1. suffocate ::
togbuo
2. extinguish ::
imenyụ
3. smear ::
iteto
4. overwhelm ::
anyịgbu
5. stifle ::
stifle
6. asphyxiate ::
ikwouzu
7. surround ::
gbaagburugburu
9. muffle ::
muffle
Noun
10. clutter ::
tụkọtara
Different Forms
smother, smothered, smothering, smothers
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