to ravish (third-person singular simple present ravishes, present participle ravishing, simple past and past participle ravished)
- အဓမ္မသိမ်းယူသည်။ လုယက်သည်၊
- (ကံလို), (ပေါရာဏ) မုဒိန်းပြုကျင့်သည်။
- 1759, Voltaire, chapter 8, Candide:
- A tall Bulgarian soldier, six feet high, perceiving that I had fainted away at this sight, attempted to ravish me; the operation brought me to my senses. I cried, I struggled, I bit, I scratched, I would have torn the tall Bulgarian’s eyes out, not knowing that what had happened at my father’s castle was a customary thing.
- (ကံလို, passive အဖြစ် အသုံးများသည်) ပျော်ရွှင်မြူးထူးသည်။
- 1873, Jules Verne, chapter 9, Around the World in 80 Days:
- Passepartout was ravished to behold this celebrated place, and thought that, with its circular walls and dismantled fort, it looked like an immense coffee-cup and saucer.