English - Turkish

  1. örümcek ağı isim
  2. dayanıksız şey
  3. örümcek ağ
  4. hile
  5. temizlenmesi gereken pislik
  6. örümcek ağının teli
  7. tuzak
  8. örümcek ağları
  9. kuruntu
  10. zihin karışıklığı
  11. isim
  12. dayanıklı olmayan herhangi bir şey
  13. örümcek,örümcek ağı
  14. örümcek aği
  15. örümcek ağı ile kaplanmış (cobwebbed)
  16. (sıfat) örümcek ağı ile kaplanmış (cobwebbed)

English - English

  1. An intricate plot
  2. a web page that either has not been updated for a long time, or that is rarely visited
  3. One of its filaments; gossamer
  4. A spiderweb, or the remains of one, especially an asymmetrical one that is woven with an irregular pattern of threads
  5. network of threads spun by a spider isim
  6. filaments from a cobweb
  7. A cobweb is the net which a spider makes for catching insects
  8. a dense elaborate spider web that is more efficient than the orb web
  9. If something blows or clears away the cobwebs, it makes you feel more mentally alert and lively when you had previously been feeling tired. a walk on the South Downs to blow away the cobwebs
  10. a dense elaborate spider web that is more efficient than the orb web filaments from a cobweb
  11. The European spotted flycatcher
  12. That which is thin and unsubstantial, or flimsy and worthless; rubbish
  13. A snare of insidious meshes designed to catch the ignorant and unwary
  14. The network spread by a spider to catch its prey
  15. Resembling a cobweb (cobwebby)
  16. Having many cobwebs (cobwebby)
  17. Abounding in cobwebs (cobwebbed)
  18. A cobwebbed surface is covered with cobwebs. cobwebbed racks of wine bottles (cobwebbed)
  19. resembling the web spun by a spider; covered with spider webs sıfat (cobwebbed)
  20. Abounding in cobwebs, or any fine web; resembling a cobweb (cobwebby)
  21. plural of cobweb (cobwebs)
  22. (Slang) confusion, lack of order isim (cobwebs)

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    Etymology: [ 'käb-"web ] (noun.) 14th century. From the Middle English coppeweb. From coppe (spider), from attercoppe, from Old English āttercoppe, from ātor (poison) + copp (head); + web (web).
    Synonyms: fiber, gossamer, labyrinth, mesh, net, network, snare, tissue, toil, web, webbing
    Tenses: cobwebs, cobwebbing, cobwebbed
    Word of the day: nisus