English - Turkish

  1. (isim) Oxford
  2. iskarpin
  3. bağlı erkek ayakkabıs
  4. Oxford isim

English - English

  1. Oxford University
  2. A city in England famous for its university
  3. An Oxford Dictionary
  4. A variety of shoe, typically made of heavy leather; also known as a balmoral
  5. Alternative capitalization of Oxford. (cloth)
  6. A shoe of a particular sort
  7. English courtier and poet who is believed by some to have written Shakespeare's plays. ancient Oxonia City and administrative district (pop., 2001: 134,248), county seat of Oxfordshire, England. Situated on the River Thames, the town is best known for the University of Oxford. First occupied in Saxon times as a fording point, it became a burg, built to defend the northern frontier of Wessex from Danish attack; it was first mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of AD 912. Little remains of the town's Norman period of occupation. Oxford is generally known as the "City of Spires" because of its skyline of Gothic towers and steeples. Most of these 15th-17th-century buildings belong to the university. The city was the Royalist headquarters in the English Civil Wars. Its modern economy is varied and includes, in addition to educational services, printing and publishing industries and automobile manufacturing. Asquith Herbert Henry 1st earl of Oxford and Asquith Harley Robert 1st earl of Oxford Oxford English Dictionary The Oxford movement Oxford Edward de Vere 17th earl of Oxford Provisions of Oxford University of
  8. city in England; renowned university in England; name of a number of cities in the USA (e.g. Oxford, Mississippi) isim
  9. A modified plain or weave Can be striped or checked by using groups of various colored yarn
  10. Of or pertaining to the city or university of Oxford, England
  11. a low shoe laced over the instep a city in southern England northwest of London; site of Oxford University a university town in northern Mississippi; home of William Faulkner
  12. Any low-cut shoe that is held to the foot by means of a lace or other adjustment
  13. Soft, somewhat porous and rather stout cotton shirting weave gives a silklike finish, also made from spun rayon, acetate, and other man-made fibers Oxford also means a woolen or worsted fabric with a grayish cast
  14. a low shoe laced over the instep
  15. A fine, soft, lightweight woven cotton or blended with manufactured fibers in a 2 x 1 basket weave variation of the plain weave construction The fabric is used primarily in shirtings Return to Index
  16. a university in England
  17. a university town in northern Mississippi; home of William Faulkner
  18. a city in southern England northwest of London; site of Oxford University
  19. ‑ Group of cotton fabrics made with modified plain of basket weave
  20. An actual city in north-central Mississippi, about seventy-five miles south-southeast of Memphis, Tennessee, the county seat of Lafayette County and home of the University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") Oxford also happens to be the home, for most of his life, of William Faulkner The city is the most obvious real-life model for his fictional town of Jefferson, seat of Yoknapatawpha County; in the fictional realm, however, Oxford is about forty miles away from Jefferson in an unspecified direction Oxford appears in its own right in several of Faulkner's works, generally as the location of Ole Miss, most notably in Sanctuary and Absalom, Absalom!
  21. A rayon or cotton fabric in plain, twill, or basket weave constructed on a pattern of two fine yarns woven as one in the warp and one loosely twisted yarn woven in the weft
  22. low shoe that laces over the instep isim
  23. Founded early in the twelfth century, Oxford University and its rival, Cambridge University, are the two oldest and most revered universities of Great Britain
  24. A type of fabric where the fibers are either cotton or blended man made fibers
  25. Yes there was a ford here once and I suppose oxen probably did cross it See Oxford city coat of arms for a picture
  26. A type of fabric where the fibers are either cotton or blended man-made fibers Slash Pockets A pocket that has to be entered through a slash on the outside of the garment The pocket pouch is suspended from and attached to the slash
  27. A dress-casual to formal style of lace-up shoes - ""One," says I, "that is cool and wise and strictly business from her pompadour to her Oxfords. No ex-toe-dancers or gum-chewers or crayon portrait canvassers for this."" oxfords

Turkish - English

  1. Oxford isim
  2. oxonian sıfat


About This Word

    Pronunciation /ˈäksfərd/ /ˈɑːksfɜrd/
    Etymology [ 'äks-f&rd ] (noun.) 1886. Oxenaforda (“oxen ford”)
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