English to Kurmanji Meaning of missing - wenda

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(1) The attack sparked massive unrest in the capital, leaving at least five people dead and 17 others missing .(2) The one thing that is obviously missing from the wreck is any sign of a propshaft or propshaft tunnel.(3) Experts tell us that with missing persons cases, the more that time elapses, the colder the case becomes.(4) There followed ‘one of the largest and most public missing persons inquiries that has ever taken place in this country’.(5) It is not like the usual missing person, where we do not know what has happened.(6) The death toll is set to top 29,000 with most of the 4,500 missing people likely to be declared dead.(7) The Justice Department asked us to create a special national missing persons Web site for Katrina victims.(8) Daniel was born with one of his heart valves missing and had to undergo emergency surgery twice before the age of five.(9) For the pain will be there as long as we have missing people who are unaccounted for.(10) The missing bags have since been recovered and were sent to Birmingham along with three trailer-loads of clothes sorted at the Cheetham Hill depot.(11) Previously officers have practiced skills used to search for missing persons.(12) She had no injuries, but the green car is still missing .(13) As soon as she realized who it was, her expression was that of a little girl who just found a missing doll she lost but hasn't been able to forget.(14) He said they could be used to find lost objects when held over a map although he had nor yet been able to locate his own missing bicycle.(15) The children's mother had reported them missing to police on Wednesday.(16) The boiler and engine were missing , presumably salvaged many years ago.
Related Phrases of missing
(1) miss ::
(2) missing link ::
(3) missing in action ::
wenda Di çalakiyê de
(4) missing out ::
kêm ji
(5) missing person ::
kesê wenda
(6) go missing ::
here kêm
(7) be missing ::
be wenda
(8) missing words ::
peyvên wenda
(9) missing people ::
kesên wenda
(10) missing part ::
part wenda
1. lost ::
2. absent ::
4. fail to hit ::
nemîne ji bo xist
5. fail to catch ::
nemîne ji bo negire
6. be too late for ::
be ji bo pir dereng e
7. fail to hear ::
nemîne, da ku guhdariya
9. fail to attend ::
10. let slip ::
bila slip
11. avoid ::
12. pine for ::
pine ji bo
13. lose ::
14. lack ::
15. escape ::
16. drop ::
Word Example from TV Shows
The most frightening thing about
that is the missing comma.

The most frightening thing about that is the MISSING comma.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 7

was missing a finger,

was MISSING a finger,

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 15

-Sit down.\N-One of my pupils is missing,

-Sit down.
-One of my pupils is MISSING,

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 13

I always thought
it was the hosts
who were missing something.

I always thought it was the hosts who were MISSING something.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 10

Sheldon, this is silly.
I'm not missing another prom.

Sheldon, this is silly. I'm not MISSING another prom.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 8

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