English - Turkish

  1. hacizli Kanun
  2. kapılmak
  3. el konulmuş Kanun
  4. haczedilen Kanun
  5. zorla almak (seize)
  6. kapmak fiil (seize)
  7. ele geçirmek fiil (seize)
  8. tutuklamak (seize)
  9. yakalamak (seize)
  10. el koymak (seize)
  11. gaspetmek (seize)
  12. yapışmak fiil (seize)
  13. tutmak (seize)
  14. ele geçirdi (seized.)
  15. anlamak (seize)
  16. almak (seize)
  17. sıkılık (seize)
  18. haciz koymak (seize)
  19. donma Otomotiv (seize)
  20. enselemek (seize)
  21. benimsemek (seize)
  22. zaptetmek (seize)
  23. kabullenmek (seize)
  24. hat ele geçirmek Bilgisayar (seize)
  25. havada kapmak (seize)
  26. tutukluk yapmak (seize)
  27. ganimet almak (seize)
  28. kavramak (seize)
  29. ensesine yapışmak (seize)
  30. kaçırmamak fiil (seize)

English - English

  1. of a motor: no longer functioning as a result of internal moving components overheating past their melting point, and subsequently fusing or welding themselves together
  2. Past tense of to seize
  3. property that has been commandeered
  4. confiscated, taken by force; captured sıfat
  5. taken without permission or consent especially by public authority; "the condemned land was used for a highway cloverleaf"; "the confiscated liquor was poured down the drain"
  6. pertaining to a motor that no longer functions (internal parts fused together)
  7. to bind, lash or make fast, with several turns of small rope, cord, or small line - "to seize or stop one rope on to another" (seize)
  8. to have a sudden and powerful effect upon - "a fever seized him" (seize)
  9. to take possession of (by force, law etc.) - "to seize a ship after libeling" (seize)
  10. to take advantage of (an opportunity or circumstance) (seize)
  11. to fasten, fix (seize)
  12. to deliberately take hold of; to grab or capture (seize)
  13. to lay hold in seizure, by hands or claws (+ on or upon) - "The text which had seized upon his heart with such comfort and strength abode upon him for more than a year. (Southey, Bunyan, p. 21)" (seize)
  14. to have a seizure (seize)
  15. to bind or lock in position immovably; see also seize up - "Rust caused the engine to seize, never to run again." (seize)
  16. take or capture by force; "The terrorists seized the politicians"; "The rebels threaten to seize civilian hostages" (seize)
  17. vt to put in legal possession of a prticular thing; assign ownership to (in the passive voice) (seize)
  18. When an engine fails due to excessive heat buildup (seize)
  19. to take possession of by legal process (seize)
  20. To bind securely the end of a wire rope or strand wfth seizing wire or strand Tapering & Welding - Reducing the diameter of the end of a wire rope and welding it to facilitate reeving (seize)
  21. hook by a pull on the line; "strike a fish (seize)
  22. A term used in soapmaking when the soap hardens suddenly and unexpectedly (seize)
  23. To grab, to capture (seize)
  24. capture the attention or imagination of; "This story will grab you"; "The movie seized my imagination" (seize)
  25. To take advantage of an opportunity (seize)
  26. To bind or lock in position immovably (seize)
  27. The possession of land under a claim of freehold estate (seize)
  28. grab, as in: The guerillas tried to seize control of the town (seize)
  29. To fasten; to fix (seize)
  30. To grap with the mind; to comprehend fully and distinctly; as, to seize an idea (seize)


About This Word

    Etymology: [ 'sEz ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English saisen, from Old French saisir to put in possession of, from Medieval Latin sacire, of Germanic origin; perhaps akin to Old High German sezzen to set; more at SET.
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