lame

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İngilizce - Türkçe
topal

Ben topal olmak istemiyorum, ben harika olmak istiyorum! - I don't want to be lame, I want to be cool!!

Ben topal olmak istemiyorum. Ben klas olmak istiyorum. - I don't want to be lame; I want to be cool!!

aksak
lame,v.topal et: adj.topal
(Kimya) lam
topallamak
inanılması güç
topal etmek
{f} topal et
zayıf
eksik, kusurlu
(argo) habersiz
ABD
1. (bacağı ya da ayağı) sakat. 2. (bir açıklama ya da özür) yetersiz, inandırıcılıktan uzak. 3. sosyal açıdan acınası, yeteneksiz, beceriksiz kişi. 4. sakatlamak, topal etmek
topal etmek veya olmak
Yavan, bayık
{s} eksik

Bu cümlenin yazarı söyleyecek bir şeyi olmadığı gerçeğini gizlemek için bir eksik bir girişimdi. - This was a lame attempt to conceal the fact that the author of this sentence has nothing to say.

lame back ağrıyan sırt
{f} sakatlamak
lame duck duck lame excuse kabul edilmez özür
lameness topa
lame
lamely topallayarak
lame brain aptal
{s} sakat
ayağı sakat
lame duck
işe yaramaz kimse
lame duck
kongre üyesi
lame duck
sakat kimse
lame excuse
kabul edilmez özür
lame excuse
sudan bahane

Senin sudan bahanelerini duymak istemiyorum. - I don't want to hear your lame excuses.

lame back
Ağrıyan/ağrılı sırt
lame brain
Aptal
lame deer
topal geyik
lame duck
iflas etmek üzere şirket
lame duck
borcunu ödemeyen borsacı
lame duck
(deyim) emekli olmak üzere olan yönetici
lame-duck
topal-ördek
lame cloth
(Tekstil) telli kumaş
lame de jalousie
(İnşaat) jatuzi laması
lame duck
{i} sakat
lame duck
{i} topal
lame duck
{i} aciz kimse
lame excuse
sudan mazeret
lame excuse
kabul edilemez özür
lame verses
duraklı vezin
lame wing
tutmayan kanat
lame wing
çolak kanat
lamer
(Argo) salak
lame duck
kongre üyesi  
lamer
(Argo) idiot
lamely
Topallayarak
lamely
Tropallayarak
lameness
topallık
lamer
Beceriksiz, yeteneksiz
lamely
engelli bir şekilde
lamely
saçma/topal bir şekilde
lamely
etkisiz bir şekilde
lameness
zayıflık
lameness
sakatlık
lameness
{i} eksiklik
lameness
{i} zaaf
lameness
aksaklık
lamé
lame
to lame
topal etmek
walk lame
topallamak
walking lame
topallama
Türkçe - Türkçe
Dokusunda çoğunlukla gümüş ve altın renginde tel bulunan kumaş veya metal parlaklığı verilmiş deri
Böyle bir kumaş veya deriden yapılan: "Zehra, lame balo pabuçlarından görünecek olan ayak tırnaklarını da cilaladı."- C. Uçuk
Dokusunda altın ve gümüş renkte tellerin çoğunlukta olduğu kumaş
Metal parlaklığı verilmiş deri
Parlak kumaş
Maden parlaklığı verilmiş deri veya kumaş
Böyle bir kumaş veya deriden yapılmış olan: "Zehra, lame balo pabuçlarından görünecek olan ayak tırnaklarını da cilaladı."- C. Uçuk
lamer
Kabak
lames
Karadeniz yöresine özgü,mısır ununa çeşitli sebzeler karıştırılarak yapılan bir ekmek
lames
Karadeniz yöresine özgü, mısır ununa çeşitli sebzeler karıştırılarak yapılan bir ekmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
unconvincing or unbelievable

He had a really lame excuse for missing the birthday party.

moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect or temporary obstruction of a function

a lame leg, arm or muscle.

pl. a set of joined, overlapping metal plates
To cause a person or animal to become lame
hobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect
a lamina
unable to walk properly because of a problem with one's feet or legs
failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevant

He kept telling these extremely lame jokes all night.

failing to be cool, funny, interesting, or relevant
{v} to make lame, cripple, disable, hurt
{a} crippled, hobbling, weak, imperfect, bad
1. disabled in the leg or foot. 2. (of an explanation or excuse) unconvincingly feeble. 3. (N. Amer. informal) pathetic or socially inept. 4. (verb) make lame
This is a condition in which a horse does not carry weight equally on all four legs, due to disease or injury
To some degree disabled by reason of the imperfect action of a limb; crippled; as, a lame man
deprive of the use of a limb, especially a leg; "The accident has crippled her for life"
unable to walk properly because of a problem with ones feet or legs
(of horses) disabled in the feet or legs
Hence, hobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect
a fabric interwoven with threads of metal; "she wore a gold lame dress" (of horses) disabled in the feet or legs
To make lame
pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness; "a feeble excuse"; "a lame argument"
someone who doesn't understand what is going on
If someone is lame, they are unable to walk properly because of damage to one or both of their legs. He was aware that she was lame in one leg David had to pull out of the Championships when his horse went lame. The lame are people who are lame. the wounded and the lame of the last war
If you describe something, for example an excuse, argument, or remark, as lame, you mean that it is poor or weak. He mumbled some lame excuse about having gone to sleep All our theories sound pretty lame. = weak, feeble + lamely lame·ly `Lovely house,' I said lamely. A thin metal plate, especially one of the overlapping steel plates in medieval armor. to make a person or animal unable to walk properly = cripple
Moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect, or temporary obstruction of a function; as, a lame leg, arm, or muscle
A hound determined at time of inspection to be unfit to compete due to a limp or injury No refund is made to the handler unless the hound is called in lame prior to closing date/number
French for "trimmed with leaves of gold or silver" Fibre: Silk or any textile fibre in which metallic threads are used in the warp or the filling Lame is also a trademark for metallic yarns Weave: Usually a figured weave but could be any Characteristics: Often has pattern all over the surface The shine and glitter of this fabric makes it suitable for dressy wear The term comes from the French for "worked with gold and silver wire" Uses: Principally for evening wear
moving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect, or temporary obstruction of a function
A French word for a tool used to slash (dock) hearth loaves Some of these look like a long-handled knife, others like a double-edged razor on a stick
disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
Fencers term for a non-fencer
a fabric interwoven with threads of metal; "she wore a gold lame dress"
{s} crippled, handicapped, disabled or deformed (especially of a leg or foot); injured, defective; ineffectual, unconvincing, weak; not fashionable, unsophisticated (Slang)
A user who behaves in a stupid or uneducated manner, a description often applied to newbies
{f} cause lameness, cripple, disable, injure
{a} halt
lamé
the electronically conductive jacket worn by foil and sabre fencers
lamé
a fabric made from gold or silver threads and silk, wool or cotton
lamé
{i} fabric with interwoven metallic threads; metallic jacket or vest that detects legitimate touches in saber or foil (Sports)
lame duck
An elected official who has lost the recent election or is not eligible for reelection and is marking time until leaving office

Congressman Jones was a lame duck and did not vote on many issues that were important to his constituents.

lame duck
A person or thing that is helpless, inefficient or disabled
lame ducks
plural form of lame duck
lame joke
An attempt at humor which is perceived to have been used previously to the point of being cliche, or was never funny to begin with
lame jokes
plural form of lame joke
lame-duck
See lame duck
lame deer
Lame Deer, (in Lakota Tahca Ushte; 1900 or 1903-1976, sources differ), also known as John Fire, John (Fire) Lame Deer and later The Old Man, was a Lakota holy man. He belonged to the Heyoka society
lame brain
{i} (Slang) stupid person
lame duck
A member of the stock exchange who cannot meet his obligations Also, a company in financial difficulties
lame duck
              Elected official serving out a term of office after being defeated for reelection before the inauguration of the successor
lame duck
disapproval If you describe someone or something as a lame duck, you are critical of them because they are not successful and need to be helped a lot. lame-duck industries
lame duck
So called because it resembles limping Traveling sideways, the leading foot (or trailing) is on demi pointe and the other foot is flat making the hips unlevel Looks like you're stepping over something as you step sideways Used for traveling hip drops or hip lifts or traveling hip sway
lame duck
1) an ineffectual person whose powers are limited 2) an unproductive or disabled business enterprise
lame duck
If you refer to a politician or a government as a lame duck, you mean that they have little real power, for example because their period of office is coming to an end. a lame duck government
lame duck
{i} ineffectual person, one who has no power to bring about change (often used about a politician who is nearing the end of his final term in office); (Slang) unsuccessful business, ineffectual business
lame duck
an elected official still in office but not slated to continue
lame duck
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lame duck
(A ), in Stock Exchange parlance, means a member of the Stock Exchange who waddles off on settlement day without settling his account All such defaulters are black-boarded and struck off the list Sometimes it is used for one who cannot pay his debts, one who trades without money “Pitt gambled and lost: But who must answer for the cost? Not he, indeed! A duck confounded lame Not unattended wadding ” Peter Pindar: Proh Impudentiam Lame King A Grecian oracle had told Sparta to “Beware of a lame king ” Agesilaos was lame, and during his reign Sparta lost her supremacy
lame excuse
bad excuse, weak excuse, poor explanation for not doing something
lamed
Alternative form of lamedh
lamed
Simple past tense and past participle of lame
lamely
In a foolish or ineffective way

He lamely tried to lie his way out of it, but he wasn't really trying and no one believed him.

lamely
In the manner of one who is lame
lamer
Comparative form of lame: more lame
lamés
plural form of lamé
lamely
{a} in manner of a cripple, imperfectly
lameness
{n} the state of a cripple, imperfection
Lameness
crippleness
lamed
alternative spelling of lamedh
lamed
past of lame
lamely
in a weak and unconvincing manner; "`I don't know, Edward,' she answered lamely
lamely
in a weak and unconvincing manner; "`I don't know, Edward,' she answered lamely"
lamely
if you say something lamely, you do not sound confident and other people find it difficult to believe you = weakly
lamely
In a lame, crippled, disabled, or imperfect manner; as, to walk lamely; a figure lamely drawn
lamely
with a limp, in a disabled manner; weakly, ineffectively
lameness
A impediment to walking due to the feet or legs
lameness
The condition or quality of being lame; as, the lameness of an excuse or an argument
lameness
{i} state of being lame, crippled condition; weakness, ineffectiveness
lameness
disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet
lamer
more lame
lamer
a person lacking in maturity, social skills, technical competence or intelligence
lamer
{i} stupid person, fool, idiot (Slang)
lames
Small steel plates combined together so as to slide one upon the other and form a piece of armor
lames
third-person singular of lame
lamest
Superlative form of lame
laming
{s} causing lameness; causing deformity; injurious
laming
present participle of lame
Türkçe - İngilizce
lamé
lamé
lame
lame yapı
lamellar structure
lame