BARK

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İngilizce - Türkçe
havlama

Köpeğe bir kemik verdim, havlaması durdu. - I gave the dog a bone, stopping its barking.

Sırtlanın havlaması kahkaha gibi ses çıkarıyor. - The hyena's bark sounds like laughter.

havlamak

Bu köpek yabancılara havlamak için eğitiliyor. - This dog is trained to bark at strangers.

O, bir ölü köpeğin havlamak istediği kadar çok çalışmak istedi. - He wanted to work as much as a dead dog wants to bark.

{i} gemi
{i} öksürük
{f} bağırmak
köpek havlamasına benzer ses
{i} barka
{i} hav hav
havhav
bark up the wrong tree yanlı
{i} yelkenli üç direkli gemi
(Tıp) Kınakına kabuğu
{f} soymak
{f} sıyırmak
derisini yüzmek
bağırarak söylemek
yüksek sesle konuşmak veya bağırmak
ağaç kabuğu
ağaç ka
{f} havla

Havlayan köpek ısırmaz. - A barking dog doesn't bite.

Havlayan köpek ısırmaz. - Dogs that bark don't bite.

(at ile) havlamak
bir eğlence yerinin kapısında çığırtkanlık etmek
(out ile) bağırarak söylemek
soyuntu
havlamaya benzer sesler çıkarmak
kabuğunu soymak; 10
(argo) bir eğlence yerinin kapısında çığırtkanlık etmek
(k.dili) öksürük
tabaklamak
bark up the wrong tree: yanlış kapı çalmak
öksürmek
kabuk
mont
kabuğunu soymak
çığırtkanlık yapmak
bark of the pine tree
yalamuk
bark up
(deyim) bark/be barking up the wrong tree yanlis kapi calmak,yanlis dusunmek,yanilmak
bark up the wrong tree
yanlış kapıyı çalmak
bark beetle
kabuk böceği
bark crack
kabuk çatlağı
bark gauge
ağaç kabuğu kalınlığı ölçeri
bark pit
tabakahanede kabuk çukuru
bark tree
kınakına ağacı
bark up the wrong tree
yanlış kapı çalmak
bark liquor
Ağaç kabuğundan elde edilen deri tabaklamada kullanılan bir sıvı
bark noise
havlama sesi
bark out
Bkz. bark

The general began barking out orders to his staff.

bark up the wrong tree
Yanlış çıkarım çalmak, yanlış kapı çalmak
bark up the wrong tree
Yanlış kapı çalmak, yanlış yere gitmek. - The poliçe are barking up the wrong tree in their ınvestigation of that person
bark at
bağırmak
bark boiler
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kabuk yakma kazanı
bark choppers
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kabuk yongalayıcılar
bark peeling machines
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kabuk soyma makineleri
bark pit
kabuk çukuru (tabakhanede)
bark up the wrong tree
(Fiili Deyim ) yanlış yola gitmek , yanlış kapı çalmak
barking
{i} havlama

Tom bir köpek havlaması duyduğunu düşündü. - Tom thought he heard a dog barking.

Köpeğe bir kemik verdim, havlaması durdu. - I gave the dog a bone, stopping its barking.

barking
(isim) havlama
having bark
kabuklu
China bark
kınakına
His bark is worse than his bite
Osurdumu mangalda kül bırakmaz
inner bark
iç kabuk
Call a dog and bark yourself
(Atasözü) Çocuğa iş ver sonra peşinden git
His bark is worse than his bite
k. dili Ne varsa dilindedir
barking
havla
birch bark
huş ağacı kabuğu
cinnamon bark
tarçın kabuğu
willow bark
Bir ilaç olarak kullanılan söğüt kabuğu
His bark is worse than
{k} Ne varsa dilindedir
barks
soyulmuş kabuk
china bark
kının
his bark is worse than his bite
ne varsa dilindedir
his bark is worse than his bite
(isim) varsa dilindedir
peruvian bark
kınakına kabuğu
river bark
(Askeri) NEHİR KIYISI: Bak. "bank"
wattle bark
(Tekstil) akasya kabukları
İngilizce - İngilizce
The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog
The exterior covering of the trunk and branches of a tree; the rind
To strip the bark from; to peel
To speak sharply

The sergeant barked an order.

Peruvian Bark or Jesuit's bark, the bark of the cinchona from which quinine is produced
To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs (said of animals, especially dogs)
a sailing vessel or boat of any kind

Whether my bark went down at sea, Whether she met with gales, .

A three-masted vessel, having her foremast and mainmast square-rigged, and her mizzenmast schooner-rigged
To make a clamor; to make importunate outcries

Where there is the barking of the belly, there no other commands will be heard, much less obeyed. .

A small sailing vessel, e.g. a pinnace or a fishing smack; a rowing boat or barge
To cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark

bark the roof of a hut.

To girdle
A similar sound made by some other animals
An abrupt loud vocal utterance

Fox’s clumsy figure, negligently dressed in blue and buff, seemed unprepossessing; only his shaggy eyebrows added to the expression of his face; his voice would rise to a bark in excitement.

To abrade or rub off any outer covering from

to bark one’s heel.

the sound made by a dog
also, a rowing boat; a barge
Formerly, any small sailing vessel, as a pinnace, fishing smack, etc
A three-masted vessel, having her foremast and mainmast square-rigged, and her mizzenmast schooner- rigged
Now applied poetically to a sailing vessel or boat of any kind
a ship with square rigged sails on the main and fore masts and fore-and-aft sails the mizzenmast
An uncommon practice for most of us Used wisely, you can scare the CRAPOLA out of unsuspecting people Best use is for you black Chows in the dark Stand still and watch people get close then suddenly BARK Then, watch out for the smell of soiled human pants
An interval of frequency equal to a critical band width
{v} to make a noise, clamor, strip trees
To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; said of some animals, but especially of dogs
{n} the rind or coat of a tree, a small ship
remove the bark of a tree cover with bark
The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog; a similar sound made by some other animals
speak in an unfriendly tone; "She barked into the dictaphone"
Specifically, Peruvian bark
a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts the sound made by a dog a noise resembling the bark of a dog tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants tan (a skin) with bark tannins speak in an unfriendly tone; "She barked into the dictaphone"
basically a regular kid
Technically, the tissue comprised of phloem, phelloderm, cork cambium, and cork external of the vascular cambium Bark occurs in plants that have secondary growth
If you bark at someone, you shout at them aggressively in a loud, rough voice. I didn't mean to bark at you A policeman held his gun in both hands and barked an order
n The protective outer layer of the roots, trunk and branches of a tree or woody plants Bark may be thick and rough or thin, smooth and papery
make barking sounds; "The dogs barked at the stranger"
tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants
To abrade or rub off any outer covering from; as to bark one's heel
a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts
Bark is the tough material that covers the outside of a tree
The tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem that protects the tree from injury caused by insects and other animals, by other plants, by disease and by fire
An older term used to describe the decarburized skin that develops on steel bars heated in a non-protective atmosphere
To cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark; as, to bark the roof of a hut
138 : a small sailing ship : a sailing ship of three or more masts with the aft most mast fore-and-aft rigged and the others square-rigged : a craft propelled by sails or oars
{f} make a dog-like cry; speak harshly and loudly; remove bark from a tree
remove the bark of a tree
Outermost layers of a woody stem, including all the living and non-living tissues outside the cambium
a noise resembling the bark of a dog
the stuff on the outside of wood Bark is not actually wood! Its main job is to protect the wood
The living tissue outside the vascular cambium in a woody stem It is composed of phloem tissues, which occur as living inner and dead outer zones
cover with bark
tan (a skin) with bark tannins
Areas of fiber from outside a tree
A small sailing ship
When a dog barks, it makes a short, loud noise, once or several times. Don't let the dogs bark A small dog barked at a seagull he was chasing. Bark is also a noun. The Doberman let out a string of roaring barks
See Girdle, v
{i} outer covering of a tree; sound made by a dog; sharp loud cough; sound of a gunshot; type of sailboat
The skin or covering of branches and roots of a tree
to be barking up the wrong tree: see tree. In woody plants, tissues outside of the vascular cambium. The term is also used more popularly to refer to all tissues outside the wood. The inner soft bark is produced by the vascular cambium; it consists of secondary phloem (food-conducting) tissue whose innermost layer transports food from the leaves to the rest of the plant. The layered outer bark contains cork and old, dead phloem. The bark is usually thinner than the woody part of the stem or root. bark beetle bark painting barking deer
In Aubrey's time barque meant barque-rigged, i e fore and aft on the mizzen
outward covering of the tree
An older term used to describe the decarburized skin that develops on steel bars heated in a non‑protective atmosphere
If you say that someone's bark is worse than their bite, you mean that they seem much more unpleasant or hostile than they really are. She can be a bit tetchy but her bark is worse than her bite
Peruvian Bark or Jesuits bark, the bark of the cinchona from which quinine is produced
{i} yip
bark beetle
any of various beetles, of the subfamily Scolytinae, many of which reproduce in the inner bark of trees
bark mixture
Any of various decoctions of bark used as various remedies
bark mixture
Any of various preparations of the bark of various trees, used as a growing medium for orchids etc
bark up the wrong tree
To do, believe, or pursue something wrong or inappropriate; to take the wrong approach; to follow a false lead; to blame or rebuke the wrong person

After three failed marriages I realised that I may have been barking up the wrong tree and should abandon the search for the perfect wife.

bark up the wrong tree
Make a wrong assumption about something, look in the wrong place. - The police are barking up the wrong tree in their investigation of that person. - If you expect money from him, you're barking up the wrong tree
bark at the moon
protest in vain, protest to no end
bark beetle
small beetle that bores tunnels in the bark and wood of trees; related to weevils
bark beetle
A small beetle of many species (family Scolytidæ), which in the larval state bores under or in the bark of trees, often doing great damage
bark beetle
Any of various small cylindrical beetles of the family Scolytidae that burrrow along the surface wood directly beneath the bark of trees, causing extensive damage. Any member of the beetle family Scolytidae, many of which severely damage trees. Bark beetles are cylindrical, brown or black, and usually less than 0.25 in. (6 mm) long. A male and females (as many as 60 females with each male) bore into a tree and form a chamber where each female deposits her eggs. The emerging larvae bore away from the chamber, forming a characteristic series of tunnels. Different species attack particular trees, damaging roots, stems, seeds, or fruits. Some species transmit disease (e.g., elm bark beetles carry spores of the fungal Dutch elm disease)
bark beetle
small beetle that digs tunnels in the bark of trees
bark louse
any of several insects living on the bark of plants
bark louse
An insect of the family Coccidæ, which infests the bark of trees and vines
bark painting
Abstract and figurative designs applied to nonwoven fabric made from bark. Also called tapa, the pieces are made by scratching or painting the designs. The most popular material is the inner bark of the paper mulberry tree. The bark is stripped off, soaked, and beaten until it is thin. Today hand-painted bark cloth is made in northern Australia, New Guinea, and parts of Melanesia. Styles and imagery vary by location, from naturalistic and stylized representations of human and animal forms to mythical beings, spirals, circles, and abstract motifs
bark up the wrong tree
make an error; make a claim to the incorrect person
bark-louse
any of several insects living on the bark of plants
Barking
A town in London
Jesuit's bark
A medicine for the treatment of malaria prepared from the bark of various Cinchona trees and shrubs. The main active ingredient was quinine
Winter's bark
A tree (Drimys winteri) native to Chile and Argentina, grown as an ornamental plant for its reddish-brown bark, bright green, fragrant leaves and clusters of creamy white, jasmine-scented flowers
Winter's bark
The bark of this tree
all bark and no bite
Describes someone who often says cutting remarks, but actually has a soft personality underneath
all bark and no bite
Full of big talk but lacking action, power, or substance; pretentious
barking
The action of the verb to bark

Loud barking could be heard from the dog pound.

barking
Who or that barks or bark

barking dogs.

one's bark is worse than one's bite
The individual acts threatening but is relatively harmless

Its bark is worse than its bite.

ring-bark
To girdle a tree; to kill a tree by removing a ring of bark

Six or eight inches above this graft the stem should be ring-barked, but leaves above the ring-bark left for shade for two or three weeks .

ring-bark
The bark removed by ring-barking
ring-bark
The area of the tree from which the bark has been removed by ring-barking
the dogs bark, but the caravan goes on
Life goes on, even if some will try to stop or talk against progress
throw in the bark
To administer quinine

An emetic was prescribed, a perspiration broke out, and I now, with an air of confidence, began to throw in the bark, quite sanguine in my expectations of soon checking this formidable disease.

throwing in the bark
Present participle of throw in the bark
tree bark
all the tissues of a tree external to the vascular cambium; includes epidermis, cortex and phloem
barking
{n} the noise of dogs, the act of coughing
all bark and no bite
When someone talks tough but really isn't, they are all bark and no bite
barked
past of bark
Angostura bark
the bitter bark of a South American tree; used in medicines and liqueurs and bitters
Barking
latrant
The Bark of Dante
{i} famous painting by Eugene Delacroix that can be seen at the Louvre Museum
angostura bark
An aromatic bark used as a tonic, obtained from a South American of the rue family (Galipea cusparia, or officinalis)
angustura bark
See Angostura bark
barking
{s} that makes a barking sound; abrupt, harsh (about a sound); (British offensive Slang) very irrational, insane
barking
present participle of bark
barking
{i} bark sound
barking
Short for barking mad
barks
plural of , bark
barks
third-person singular of bark
birch bark
a canoe made with the bark of a birch tree
cabbage bark
tree with shaggy unpleasant-smelling toxic bark and yielding strong durable wood; bark and seeds used as a purgative and vermifuge and narcotic
calisaya bark
A valuable kind of Peruvian bark obtained from the Cinchona Calisaya, and other closely related species
cartagena bark
Colombian tree; source of Cartagena bark (a cinchona bark)
cascarilla bark
aromatic bark of cascarilla; used as a tonic and for making incense
cassia bark
aromatic bark of the cassia-bark tree; less desirable as a spice than Ceylon cinnamon bark
cinchona bark
medicinal bark of cinchona trees; source of quinine and quinidine
cinnamon bark
cinnamon: aromatic bark used as a spice
cinnamon bark
aromatic bark of Saigon cinnamon used medicinally as a carminative
dog's bark
sound a dog makes
elm bark beetle
Either of two bark beetles (Scolytus multistriatus or Hylurgopinus rufipes) that transmit the fungus causing Dutch elm disease
his bark is worse than his bite
he looks or sounds scarier than he really is
mancona bark
See Sassy bark
quillaia bark
Also called soap bark
quillaia bark
The bark is finely laminated, and very heavy with alkaline substances, and is
quillaia bark
To wind on a quill, as thread or yarn
quillaia bark
A roll of dried bark; as, a quill of cinnamon or of cinchona
quillaia bark
To plaint in small cylindrical ridges, called quillings; as, to quill aruffle
quillaia bark
Something having the form of a quill The fold or plain of a ruff
quillaia bark
A spindle, or spool, as of reed or wood, upon which the thread for the woof is wound in a shuttle
quillaia bark
A hollow spindle
quillaia bark
The bark is finely laminated, and very heavy with alkaline substances, and is used commonly by the Chilians instead of soap
quillaia bark
The bark of a rosaceous tree (Quillaja Saponaria), native of Chili
red bark
bark that is reddish in color containing quinine and produced by a cinchona tree
sassy bark
The bark of a West African leguminous tree Erythrophlæum Guineense, used by the natives as an ordeal poison, and also medicinally; called also mancona bark
spruce bark beetle
small beetle that likes to bore through the bark of spruce trees and eat the cambrium which eventually kills the tree; "the spruce bark beetle is the major tree-killing insect pest of Alaska spruce forests
winter's bark
South American evergreen tree yielding winter's bark and a light soft wood similar to basswood aromatic bark having tonic and stimulant properties
winters bark
To pass the winter; to hibernate; as, to winter in Florida
winters bark
To keep, fee
winters bark
The season of the year in which the sun shines most obliquely upon any region; the coldest season of the year
winters bark
The period of decay, old age, death, or the like
winters bark
The characteristic of being winsome; attractiveness of manner
winters bark
Causing joy or pleasure; gladsome; pleasant
winters bark
Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted
winters bark
Winsome
winters bark
A windrow
winters bark
The act of one who, or that which, winnows
winters bark
One who, or that which, winnows; specifically, a winnowing machine
winters bark
The aromatic bark of tree (Drimys, or Drymis, Winteri) of the Magnolia family, which is found in Southern Chili
winters bark
It was first used as a cure for scurvy by its discoverer, Captain John Winter, vice admiral to sir Francis Drake, in 1577
Türkçe - İngilizce
dwelling
ev bark
1. home, everything that makes up a home; household, family. 2. house, place where one lives
ev bark
sahibi married man
ev bark
house and home
ev bark
household
ev bark sahibi
paterfamilias
BARK

    Heceleme

    bark

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bärk

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbärk/ /ˈbɑːrk/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bärk ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English bark, from Old Norse bǫrkr 'tree bark', from Proto-Germanic *barkuz, probably related to *berkjon 'birch' (compare English birch), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰergo (compare Latin frāxinus 'ash', Lithuanian béržas 'birch'), from *bʰereg- 'to gleam; white' (compare English bright); akin to Danish/Norwegian/Swedish bark, Icelandic börkr, and Low German borke.

    Zamanlar

    barks, barking, barked

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