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ustanak [ muški rod ]

Buna, pobuna.

rising [ imenica ]
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insurrection [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin insurrectio, from insurgere, insurrectum: cf. French insurrection. Related to Insurgent.
A rising against civil or political authority, or the established government; open and active opposition to the execution of law in a city or state.
A rising in mass to oppose an enemy.

mutiny [ imenica ]
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ETYM From mutine to mutiny, from French se mutiner, from French mutin stubborn, mutinous, from Old Fren. meute riot, Late Lat. movita, from movitus, for Latin motus, p. p. of movere to move. Related to Move.
Open rebellion against constituted authority (especially by seamen or soldiers against their officers).
Organized act of disobedience or defiance by two or more members of the armed services. In naval and military law, mutiny has always been regarded as one of the most serious of crimes, punishable in wartime by death.

outbreak [ imenica ]
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A sudden violent spontaneous occurrence of an undesirable condition.
A sudden rise in the incidence of a disease; a sudden increase in numbers of a harmful organism and especially an insect within a particular area
Insurrection, revolt

rebellion [ imenica ]
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ETYM French rébellion, Latin rebellio. Related to Rebel. Among the Romans rebellion was originally a revolt or open resistance to their government by nations that had been subdued in war. It was a renewed war.
Organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another; SYN. insurrection, revolt, rising, uprising.
Refusal to accept some authority or code or convention.

revolt [ imenica ]
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ETYM French révolte, Italian rivolta, from rivolto, p. p. from Latin revolvere, revolutum. Related to Revolve.
The act of rebelling; an uprising against legitimate authority; especially, a renunciation of allegiance and subjection to a government.

revolution [ imenica ]
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ETYM French révolution, Latin revolutio. Related to Revolve.
A drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving.
The overthrow of a government by those who are governed.
Any rapid, far-reaching, or violent change in the political, social, or economic structure of society. It is usually applied to political change: examples include the American Revolution, where the colonists broke free from their colonial ties and established a sovereign, independent nation; the French Revolution, where an absolute monarchy was overthrown by opposition from inside the country and a popular uprising; and the Russian Revolution, where a repressive monarchy was overthrown by those seeking to institute widespread social and economic changes based on a socialist model. In 1989–the Eastern Bloc nations demonstrated against and voted out the Communist party, in many cases creating a prodemocracy revolution.
While political revolutions are often associated with violence, other types of change can have just as much impact on society. Most notable is the Industrial Revolution of the mid-18th century, which caused massive economic and social changes. In the 197and 198a high-tech revolution based on the silicon chip took place, facilitating the widespread use of computers.

tumult [ imenica ]
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A state of commotion and loud confused noise; SYN. tumultuousness, uproar, garboil.
Violent agitation; SYN. turmoil.

upheaval [ imenica ]
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(Geology) A rise of land to a higher elevation (as in the process of mountain building); SYN. uplift, upthrow, upthrust.

uprising [ imenica ]
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An insurrection; a popular revolt.
Act of rising; also, a steep place; an ascent.

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