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fish
balık

Gölde çok sayıda balık var. - There are a lot of fish in the pond.

Yunuslar ve balinalar balık değildir. - Dolphins and whales are not fish.

fish
{f} avlamak

Tom'un yapmak istediği tek şey balık avlamaktır. - Fishing is the only thing Tom wants to do.

Balık avlamak için göllere gidiyor musun? - Do you go fishing on the lakes?

carp
yersiz tenkit
carp
sazan balığı,v.kusur bul: n.sazan
carp
sazan balığı

Gölet sazan balığıyla doludur. - The pond abounds with carp.

Tom sazan balığını küvete koydu. - Tom put the carp in the bathtub.

carp
dırdırlanmak
fish
(deyim) derya kuzusu
fish
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) balıklar

Bu gölde çeşitli balıklar var. - This lake abounds in various kinds of fish.

Balıklar bugün ısırmıyorlar. - The fish aren't biting today.

carp
i., zool. sazan
carp
{f} kusur bul
carp
sazanbalığı
carp
dırdır etmek
fish
{f} balık avla

Bazı oğlanlar balık avlar, diğerleri ise yüzer. - Some of the boys are fishing and the others are swimming.

Tom'un yapmak istediği tek şey balık avlamaktır. - Fishing is the only thing Tom wants to do.

fish
balık eti
fish
balık tutmak

Burada balık tutmak yasaktır. - Fishing is prohibited here.

Burada balık tutmak yasak. - Fishing is not allowed here.

Fish
balye
fish
1- (argo) Hapishaneye yeni giren tutuklu. 2- (argo) Çabuk para kaybeden kötü poker oyuncusu
fish
fısh
carp
{f} mızmızlanmak
carp
{f} beğenmemek
carp
(isim) sazan
carp
carper kusur bulan kimse
carp
fazla tenkitçi olan
carp
(fiil) eleştirmek, kusur bulmak, beğenmemek, mızmızlanmak
carp
carpingly devamlı kusur bularak
carp
{f} kusur bulmak
carp
mızmızlan
carp
{i} sazan

Temiz bir nehir kasabamızda akar ve onun içinde yüzen bir sürü sazan görebiliriz. - A clean river flows through our town, and we can see many carp swimming in it.

Bu gölün bir sürü sazanı var. - This pond has a lot of carp.

fish
bulup çıkarmak
fish
for ile aramak
fish
içinde balık avlamak
fish
seren berkitmek
fish
balıkbal
fish
up veya out ile arayıp
fish
{f} balık tutmak, balık avlamak
fish
{f} denizden çıkarmak
fish
{f} tutmak

Hobilerim balık tutmak ve televizyon izlemektir. - My hobbies are fishing and watching television.

Bu kulübün bir üyesi kalmak istiyorsanız balık tutmak ya da yem kesmek zorundasınız. - If you want to stay a member of this club, you have to fish or cut bait.

fish
ağız aramak
fish
(isim) balık
fish
araştırmak
fish
{i} (çoğ. fish, değişik türler için fish.es) balık
fish
{f} balığa çıkmak

Tom babasıyla balığa çıkmaktan hiç keyif almadı. - Tom never enjoyed fishing with his father.

Bizimle balığa çıkmak istemediğinden emin misin? - Are you sure you don't want to go fishing with us?

fish
çekip çıkarmak
fish
tahta veya demir parçası ile takviye etmek
fish
fish for a compliment kendisine kompliman yapılmasını istemek
İngilizce - İngilizce
{n} carp
{n} bonetta
gournet
blay
coney
roach
hornbeak
Fish
A surname, from the common noun fish
fish
Any vertebrate that lives in water and cannot live outside it
fish
To try to catch fish, whether successfully or not

She went to the river to fish for trout.

fish
To try to catch fish, or to find something else, in (a body of water)

They fished the surrounding lakes for the dead body.

fish
To attempt to obtain information by talking to people

The detective visited the local pubs fishing around for more information.

fish
A woman
fish
To repair a spar or mast using a brace often called a fish (see NOUN above)

the crew were set to replacing and splicing the rigging and fishing the spars.

fish
A makeshift overlapping longitudinal brace used to temporarily repair or extend a spar or mast of a ship
fish
The flesh of the fish used as food

The seafood pasta had lots of fish but not enough pasta.

fish
Torpedo

The second and third fish went to the middle of her long superstructure and under her forward deck.

fish
To attempt to find or get hold of an object by searching among other objects

He was fishing for the keys in his pocket.

fish
A cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills

God created all the fishes of the world.

fish
plural form of fish

We have many fish in our aquarium.

fish
{n} a class of animals living in water, a timber to strengthen a mast of spar, a machine to hoist the flukes of an anchor
fish
{v} to catch fishers, catch by art, sift, fasten
fish
1- (slang) A new inmate at prison. 2- (slang) A poker player who loses all their money easily
fish
To catch; to draw out or up; as, to fish up an anchor
fish
A physical mapping approach that uses fluorescein tags to detect hybridization of probes with metaphase chromosomes and with the less condensed somatic interphase chromatin *
fish
If you fish a particular area of water, you try to catch fish in it. On Saturday we fished the River Arno
fish
To strengthen a beam, mast, etc
fish
disapproval If you say that someone is fishing for information or praise, you disapprove of the fact that they are trying to get it from someone in an indirect way. He didn't want to create the impression that he was fishing for information `Lucinda, you don't have to talk to him!' Mike shouted. `He's just fishing.' = angle see also fishing
fish
All species of fresh or salt-water fishes, as well as crustaceans, mollusks, and other underwater organisms that are considered part of the fishery resource Exclusive of marine mammals Inclusion (or not) of sea turtles is now decided in each case
fish
A card game in which the object is to obtain pairs of cards
fish
by bolting a plank, timber, or plate to the beam, mast, or timbers, lengthwise on one or both sides
fish
collectively, plural of fish
fish
See Fish joint, under Fish, n
fish
To seek to obtain by artifice, or indirectly to seek to draw forth; as, to fish for compliments
fish
During the Ice Age, freshwater fish were killed off, and do not appear in the the Mesolithic diet, but many types sea fish have been found, including: cod, eel, haddock, grey mullet, saithe, skate The freshwater fish which do appear include: pike Fishing methods included fish gorge, harpoon, hooks, leister, line-fishing, nets
fish
A name loosely applied in popular usage to many animals of diverse characteristics, living in the water
fish
A fish is a creature that lives in water and has a tail and fins. There are many different kinds of fish. I was chatting to an islander who had just caught a fish The fish were counted and an average weight recorded
fish
Fluorescent in situ hybridization A method for determining the cytogenetic location of a cloned segment of DNA The DNA is labeled with a fluorescent dye and hybridized to a cytological preparation of chromosomes that has been denatured to allow nucleic acid hybridization between chromosomal DNA and the probe The site of hybridization is determined by fluorescent microscopy See the Figure at NHGRI See also In situ Hybridization
fish
The flesh of fish, used as food
fish
the twelfth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about February 19 to March 20
fish
Women
fish
Of or relating to fishing
fish
seek indirectly; "fish for compliments
fish
Defined as finfish, crustaceans, mollusks, and amphibians and reptiles which spend the majority of their life cycle in water, and any part, egg, offspring, or dead body of any of these species
fish
A universal description for a downhole obstruction not intended to be there Normally used to describe an item of equipment left in the well as a consequence of a previous workover operation
fish
A type of fish
fish
any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills; "the shark is a large fish"; "in the livingroom there was a tank of colorful fish"
fish
A pungent and salty liquid made from various mixtures based on the liquid obtained from salted, fermented fish Fish sauce can range in color from yellow or reddish-brown to deep brown and can be flavored with chiles or sugar It may be called a variety of names in Asian markets: nam pla (Thai), nuoc nam (Vietnamese), patis (Filipino) and shottsuru (Japanese)
fish
A counter, used in various games
fish
Less sensitive than benthic algae (sea vegetables) as bioindicators, fish are an important indicator of the level of human consumption of radioactive contamination Freshwater fish often show much higher levels of the bioaccumulation of radionuclides and other forms of chemical fallout than marine specimens
fish
Florescent in situ hybridization: a technique for uniquely identifying whole chromosomes or parts of chromosomes using florescent tagged DNA
fish
{i} type of cold-blooded aquatic animal with fins and scales; other aquatic animals (Informal); flesh of fish; fellow, guy (used in combination - i.e. odd fish, queer fish)
fish
A piece of timber, somewhat in the form of a fish, used to strengthen a mast or yard
fish
If you fish, you try to catch fish, either for food or as a form of sport or recreation. Brian remembers learning to fish in the River Cam
fish
To search by raking or sweeping
fish
An object lost (or stuck) in the wellbore obstructing operations
fish
traditional nickname for freshmen Newcomers to the band are sufficiently given hell during boot camp and summer band, leading up to Initiation Freshmen usually share a marching spot amongst themselves, and we don't let trombone freshmen do the Guillotine until the last couple of football games
fish
catch or try to catch fish or shellfish; "I like to go fishing on weekends"
fish
To attempt to catch fish; to be employed in taking fish, by any means, as by angling or drawing a net
fish
[church] Christian symbol signifies born again in the water of baptism See: symbol
fish
Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization
fish
An oviparous, vertebrate animal usually having fins and a covering scales or plates
fish
the flesh of fish used as food; "in Japan most fish is eaten raw"; "after the scare about foot-and-mouth disease a lot of people started eating fish instead of meat"; "they have a chef who specializes in fish"
fish
An instance of seeking something
fish
A popular dance done to Fox Trot music in 4/4 time (New Orleans jazz type music) whereby the dancers rock their pelvis forward and back balancing on one foot and then the other in a slow gyrating manner Originated in 1961
fish
), or unite end to end (two timbers, railroad rails, etc
fish
Group of vertebrate animals that inhabit aquatic habitats
fish
A physical mapping approach that uses fluorescein tags to detect hybridization of probes with metaphase chromosomes and with the less-condensed somatic interphase chromatin Flow cytometry: Analysis of biological material by detection of the light-absorbing or fluorescing properties of cells or subcellular fractions (i e , chromosomes) passing in a narrow stream through a laser beam An absorbance or fluorescence profile of the sample is produced Automated sorting devices, used to fractionate samples, sort successive droplets of the analyzed stream into different fractions depending on the fluorescence emitted by each droplet Flow karyotyping: Use of flow cytometry to analyze and/or separate chromosomes on the basis of their DNA content
fish
If you tell someone that there are plenty more fish in the sea, you are comforting them by saying that although their relationship with someone has failed, there are many other people they can have relationships with. American politician who was a U.S. representative from New York, (1843-1845), governor of New York (1849-1850), a U.S. senator (1851-1857), and U.S. secretary of state (1869-1877). Any of more than 24,000 species of cold-blooded vertebrates found worldwide in fresh and salt water. Living species range from the primitive lampreys and hagfishes through the cartilaginous sharks, skates, and rays to the abundant and diverse bony fishes. Species range in length from 0.4 in. (10 mm) to more than 60 ft (20 m). The body is generally tapered at both ends. Most species that inhabit surface or midwater regions are streamlined or are flattened side to side; most bottom dwellers are flattened top to bottom. Tropical species are often brightly coloured. Most species have paired fins and skin covered with either bony or toothlike scales. Fish generally respire through gills. Most bony fishes have a swim bladder, a gas-filled organ used to adjust swimming depth. Most species lay eggs, which may be fertilized externally or internally. Fishes first appeared more than 450 million years ago. fish farming fish duck fish hawk archer fish blind fish bony fish fish poisoning Fish Hamilton flying fish Great Fish River parrot fish pilot fish scorpion fish Siamese fighting fish tropical fish zebra fish sport fishing fishing industry
fish
An easy victim for swindling
fish
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Pisces
fish
A purchase used to fish the anchor
fish
seek indirectly; "fish for compliments"
fish
{f} catch fish; try to catch fish; search for fish; search; try to obtain -
fish
It breathes by means of gills, and lives almost entirely in the water
fish
Any vertebrates that lives in water and cannot live outside it
fish
A period of time spent fishing
fish
To try with a fishing rod; to catch fish in; as, to fish a stream
fish
It is neither fish, flesh, nor fowl, or Neither fish, flesh, nor good red herring Not fish (food for the monk), not flesh (food for the people generally), nor yet red herring (food for paupers) Suitable to no class of people, fit for neither one thing nor another Fish comes first because in the Middle Ages the clergy took precedence of the laity "She would be a betwixt-and-between neither fish nor fowl " - Mrs Lynn Linton Fish-day (A) [jour maigre] A day in the Roman Catholic Church when persons, without ecclesiastical permission, are forbidden to eat meat
fish
Of a batsman, to attempt to hit a ball outside off stump and miss it
fish
To attempt to gain
fish
Of or relating to fish
fish
They are animals that have a backbone and live in water They also usually have gills to breathe, are covered in scales, have fins for swimming and are cold-blooded Cold-blooded means their bodies stay about the same temperature as their surroundings Sea dragons and sharks are fish
fish
The use of fluorescent DNA probes to locate, mark, or map DNA sequences, genes, regions or complete chromosomes
fish
[Adelaide University, Australia] n 1 Another {metasyntactic variable} See {foo} Derived originally from the Monty Python skit in the middle of "The Meaning of Life" entitled "Find the Fish" 2 A pun for `microfiche' A microfiche file cabinet may be referred to as a `fish tank'
fish
The form fish is usually used for the plural, but fishes can also be used
fish
A bad player A terrible player A player who will tend to give away lots of money Fish-ness can also be relative Common poker wisdom holds that if you can't find the fish at your table, you're it See also provider I love playing at that fish pond
fish
Fish is the flesh of a fish eaten as food. Does dry white wine go best with fish?
fish
The twelfth sign of the zodiac; Pisces
fish
To attempt to get hold of (an object) that is among other objects
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