English - Turkish

  1. ağız kalabalığı isim
  2. boş laf isim
  3. atıp tutma isim
  4. ateş püskürmek
  5. farfaralık
  6. bağırarak atıp tutmak
  7. abartmalı söz
  8. yüksekten atmak
  9. bağırarak ve mimiklerle konuşmak
  10. rant and rave atıp tutmak
  11. atıp tutmak
  12. ateşli şekilde konuş
  13. ateşli konuşma
  14. heyecanlı bir şekilde bağırarak konuşmak fiil
  15. atıp tut fiil
  16. büyük söz söylemek
  17. ağız kalabalığı etmek
  18. bağırarak atıp tutmak/yüksekten atmak, yüksek perdeden konuşmak fiil
  19. metodist vaiz (ranter)
  20. yüksekten atan tip (ranter)
  21. palavracı isim (ranter)
  22. ateşli konuşmacı (ranter)

Turkish - Turkish

  1. Arazi sahibinin geliri Hukuk
  2. Getirim
  3. Faiz, ürem
  4. Bir mal veya paranın, belirli bir süre içinde emek verilmeden sağladığı gelir, getirim
  5. Bir mal veya paranın, belirli bir süre içinde emek verilmeksizin sağladığı gelir

English - English

  1. A wild, incoherent, emotional articulation
  2. To speak or shout at length in an uncontrollable anger
  3. A criticism done by ranting
  4. To criticize by ranting
  5. wild uncontrolled speech, loud violent utterance isim
  6. speak in an uncontrollable manner, talk loudly, speak wildly fiil
  7. To rave in violent, high-sounding, or extravagant language, without dignity of thought; to be noisy, boisterous, and bombastic in talk or declamation; as, a ranting preacher
  8. If you say that someone rants, you mean that they talk loudly or angrily, and exaggerate or say foolish things. As the boss began to rant, I stood up and went out Even their three dogs got bored and fell asleep as he ranted on `Let's get it over and done with, and to hell with them,' he ranted. Rant is also a noun. Part I is a rant against organised religion. + ranting rantings rant·ing He had been listening to Goldstone's rantings all night
  9. High-sounding language, without importance or dignity of thought; boisterous, empty declamation; bombast; as, the rant of fanatics
  10. a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
  11. disapproval If you say that someone rants and raves, you mean that they talk loudly and angrily in an uncontrolled way. I don't rant and rave or throw tea cups. to talk or complain in a loud excited and rather confused way because you feel strongly about something rant about (Early ranten)
  12. pompous or pretentious talk or writing
  13. talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner
  14. An exposition written, or more often oral, where emotionality supersedes rationality. Its purpose is a call to action, often identifying a target for ire and a path to resolution. Due to the pejorative connotation of the term it is a descriptor that is often subjective, most often applied to messages disagreed with. IE: Hitlers speeches were rants, Churchills were spellbinding
  15. One who rants; a noisy, boisterous speaker or declaimer (ranter)
  16. rent
  17. past of rant (ranted)
  18. One who rants; a noisy, boisterous speaker or declaimer, applied opprobriously to various religious speakers (ranter)
  19. one who speaks in an uncontrollable manner, one who speaks loudly and wildly isim (ranter)
  20. someone who rants and raves; speaks in a violent or loud manner (ranter)
  21. One of a religious sect which sprung up in 1645; called also Seekers (ranter)
  22. See Seeker (ranter)
  23. One of the Primitive Methodists, who seceded from the Wesleyan Methodists on the ground of their deficiency in fervor and zeal; so called in contempt (ranter)
  24. A noisy talker; a raving declaimer (ranter)
  25. Present participle of to rant (ranting)
  26. ornately, rhetorically, eloquently, bombastically (rantingly)
  27. In a ranting manner (rantingly)
  28. third-person singular of rant (rants)
  29. plural of , rant (rants)

Turkish - English

  1. unearned income
  2. rent isim
  3. econ. unearned income
  4. income

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About This Word

    Etymology: [ rant ] (verb.) 1602. From Dutch ranten, randten (“talk nonsense, rave”).
    Synonyms: bellow, bloviate, blow one’s top, bluster, bombast, carry on, clamor, cry, declaim, diatribe, fume, fustian, harangue, mouth, objurgate, orate, oration, perorate, philippic, rage
    Antonyms: calm, quiet, be quiet
    Tenses: rants, ranting, ranted
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