muck

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muck teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

{f} pisletmek
kir
pisli
yaş gübre
{i} çamur
hayvan boku
gübre
pislik
{f} gübrelemek
pasa
{f} about/around İng., k.dili. oyalanmak; vakit geçirmek
{f} in İng., k.dili
kirli
muck something up
içine sıçmak
muck up
(deyim) içine etmek
muck about
aptalca davranmak
muck in
birleşmek
muck in
işbirliği yapmak
muck up
(deyim) çorba etmek
muck about
saçmalamak
muck about
aptalca davran
muck around
saçmalamak
muck around
aptalca davranmak
muck in
birlikte çalışmak
muck in
birleş
muck up
kirletmek
muck up
berbat etmek
muck up
boz
muck up
pisletmek
muck in
birles
muck out
Hayvanların barındığı yerleri (ahır, kümes vs.) temizlemek
muck pile
İnşaat veya mâden gibi yerlerde moloz yığını The muck pile material are used to determine the seismic wave energy.
muck shifting
(Madencilik) Hafriyat taşıma işi
muck about
sürtmek
muck about
(Fiili Deyim ) aylak aylak dolaşmak , sürtmek
muck heap
gübre yığını
muck in
(deyim) muck in (with someone) [kd] is birligi etmek,beraber calisip gecinmek
muck in
işleri paylaşmak
muck out a stable
ahırın gübresini temizlemek
muck s.o. about
İng., k.dili. birine kapris yapmak
muck s.t. up
İng., k.dili. bir şeyi berbat etmek
muck up
(Fiili Deyim ) darmadağın etmek , bozmak , berbat etmek
muck up
(deyim) muck sth. up [kd] bozmak,berbat etmek
muck up a job
işi berbat etmek
mucking
nakil
muck up
(deyim) eline yüzüne bulaştırmak
high muck a muck
önemli kişi
mucker
çamur kimse
mucker
pislik kimse
covered in muck
muck ele
mucker
kaba adam
make a muck of
İng., k.dili. -i berbat etmek
mucker
{i} ağır düşüş
mucker
ayak takımından biri
mucker
{i} kaba kimse
mucker
argo kaba kimse
mucky
(sıfat) pis
mucky
pis
mucky
kötü/pis
İngilizce - İngilizce

muck teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

To make an error or do a bad job You really mucked up that job.
To do a dirty job
To pass (give one's cards back to the dealer)
To shovel muck We need to muck the stable before it gets too thick.
Slimy mud
Soft or slimy manure
{v} to manure with muck, dung, daub
{n} dung for manure, dirt any filthy thing
Anything filthy or vile
Money; in contempt
remove muck, clear away muck, as in a mine
Like muck; mucky; also, used in collecting or distributing muck; as, a muck fork
spread manure, as for fertilization
Vegetable mold mixed with earth, as found in low, damp places and swamps
{f} dirty, make filthy, muddy; fertilize, spread with manure; clean out the mud or filth (i.e. from a barn, mine, etc.)
fecal matter of animals
abbreviation of Amuck
Dung in a moist state; manure
To manure with muck
soil with mud, muck, or mire; "The child mucked up his shirt while playing ball in the garden"
Highly decomposed organic material in which the original plant parts are not recognizable
a highly decomposed layer of organic material in an organic soil (Buckman and Brady 1966)
Highly decomposed organic material formed under conditions of waterlogging It contains few recognizable remains of the original plants
The pile of folded and burned cards in front of the dealer Example: "His hand hit the muck so the dealer ruled it folded even though the guy wanted to get his cards back " Also used as a verb - "He didn't have any outs so he mucked his hand "
The pile of discarded cards in front of the dealer, or the act of putting cards in this pile (and therefore taking them out of play) The house rule is that as soon as the cards touch the muck, they are ineligible to win the pot
{i} manure; compost; dirt; mire, mud
Muck is dirt or some other unpleasant substance. This congealed muck was interfering with the filter
As a noun, this refers to the pile of folded cards and discarded cards As a verb, at showdown time, the act of returning a losing hand to the dealer face-down
any thick messy substance
a system that players connect to via the internet for the purpose of role-playing and just chatting with old friends and new
The very soft, slimy silt or organic silt frequently found on lake or river bottoms
To discard or throw away your hand It's also a pile of cards that are no longer in play
The act of throwing your cards away because you cannot or did not win the pot They are ineligible to win the pot if they are mucked Back to Top
dung, manure
Organic soil material in which the original plant parts are not recognizable Contains more mineral matter and is usually darker in color than peat See also muck soil, peat, peat soil, and sapric material
The act of throwing your cards away because you cannot or did not win the pot They are ineligible to win the pot if they are mucked
Dark, finely divided, well decomposed organic soil material (See Sapric soil material )
The debris left after blasting hard rock The miner who shoveled this ore-bearing material into a car or chute was known as a mucker
muck about
To be playful; full of fun and high spirits It was only a joke. We were only mucking about.
muck about
To do somethings with a piece of equipment when you do not understand how it works Don't muck about with the video machine, or you might break it.
muck about
To do random unplanned work or spend time idly Stop mucking about and get on with your work!.
muck around
Means the same as muck about
muck out
To clean the excrement and other rubbish from the area where an animal is kept, such as a horse stable or a dog kennel Could you muck out Toby's stable, please?.
muck spreader
A piece of farm machinery, usually towed behind a tractor, used to spray liquified manure on fields
muck spreaders
plural form of muck spreader
muck up
To clown around; to have fun, often at the expense of others It's the last day of school and everyone is mucking up.
muck up
To ruin unintentionally The terrorists have really mucked up our holiday plans.
muckety muck
A person in a position of power, authority, or status There were a bunch of muckety-mucks in town for the board meeting.
muckety-muck
Alternative spelling of muckety muck
muck out
Muck sth. out: Clean the place where a farm animal lives. "You have to muck out the stables every day in the winter."
muck pile
(Mining) Muck that has been placed in a spoil area
muck pile
(Construction) The broken material at the face of a tunnel being bored, after being crushed by blasting
muck about
putter: do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly; "The old lady is usually mucking about in her little house"
muck about
wander aimlessly, loiter
muck around
do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly; "The old lady is usually mucking about in her little house"
muck around
If you muck someone around or muck them about, you treat them badly, for example by not being honest with them or by continually changing plans which affect them. He does not tolerate anyone who mucks him about. = mess about
muck around
If you muck around or muck about, you behave in a childish or silly way, often so that you waste your time and fail to achieve anything. We do not want people of his age mucking around risking people's lives He'd spent his boyhood summers mucking about in boats = mess about
muck around
If you muck around with or muck about with something, you alter it, often making it worse than it was. The president's wife doesn't muck around with policy or sit in on Cabinet meetings. = mess around
muck in
If someone mucks in, they join in with an activity or help other people with a job and do not consider themselves to be too important to do it. Course residents are expected to muck in and be prepared to share rooms She mucked in with the chores and did her own washing and ironing
muck out
clean out the mud or filth (i.e. from a barn, mine, etc.)
muck rake
A rake for scraping up muck or dung
muck rake
See Muckrake, v
muck rake
below
muck up
{f} mess up; make dirty
muck up
make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
muck up
If you muck up or muck something up, you do something very badly so that you fail to achieve what you wanted to. I mucked up at the 13th hole and told myself that this was getting stupid Scientists should figure out how to keep the natural world from mucking up the affairs of people. = mess up
muck up
soil with mud, muck, or mire; "The child mucked up his shirt while playing ball in the garden"
muck-raking
disapproval If you accuse someone of muck-raking, you are criticizing them for finding and spreading unpleasant or embarrassing information about someone, especially a public figure. The Prime Minister accused opposition leaders of muck-raking
Lady Muck
An appellation given to a woman who behaves in a perceived aristocratic manner
Lord Muck
An appellation given to a man who behaves in a perceived aristocratic manner
de-muck
To remove muck or dirt from Joe would be careful to skin it over the sink, then lay it flat on its pelt to drain it, behead it, de-paw it, de-muck it.
mucker
A type of worker used in the construction of the 1st Los Angeles Aqueduct, which took out debris throughout the construction
mucky
{a} full of muck, nasty, filthy, dirty, foul
high-muck-a-muck
an arrogant or conceited person of importance
high-muck-a-muck
{i} (Slang) muckamuck, important and domineering arrogant person with much influence, high muckamuck
make a muck of
screw up, make a mess of, confuse; make dirty, soil
mucker
A term of reproach for a low or vulgar labor person
mucker
Friend or Acquaintance
mucker
To scrape together, as money, by mean labor or shifts
mucker
Friend
mucky
(of soil) soft and watery; "the ground was boggy under foot"; "a marshy coastline"; "miry roads"; "wet mucky lowland"; "muddy barnyard"; "quaggy terrain"; "the sloughy edge of the pond"; "swampy bayous"
mucky
{s} of muck; dirty; muddy
mucky
dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck; "muddy boots"; "a mucky stable"
mucky
Something that is mucky is very dirty
mucky
dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck; "muddy boots"; "a mucky stable
mucky
Obscene, pornographic
mucky
Covered in muck
mucky
Vile, in a moral sense; sordid
mucky
Filthy with muck; miry; as, a mucky road
muck

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    mʌk

    Telaffuz

    /ˈmək/ /ˈmʌk/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'm&k ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English mok, muk, from Old Norse myki, mykr 'dung' (compare Icelandic mykja), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)meug, *meuk 'slick, slippery' (compare Welsh mign 'swamp', Latin mūcus 'snot', mucere 'to be moldy or musty', Latvian mukls 'swampy', Ancient Greek mýxa 'mucus, lamp wick', mýkes 'fungus'), from *(s)meug, meuk 'to slip'. More at meek.

    Zamanlar

    mucks, mucking, mucked

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    muck up, muck out

    Günün kelimesi

    shrew