animal

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İngilizce - Türkçe
hayvan

Bu hayvanın adını biliyorum. - I know the name of this animal.

Hayvanlar ateşten korkar. - Animals are afraid of fire.

(Tıp) Kaba cismani, nefisle ilgili, bedeni
animal magnetism çekicilik
(Tıp) Havyanla ilgili, hayvana ait, hayvani
(Tıp) zihin veya irade ile ilgili
hayvanlara ait hayvani diriksel
(Tıp) Hayvan (canlı varlıkların iradi hareket ve duyarlık özelliği taşıyan grubu)
animal husbandry hayvancılık
(isim) hayvan
(Anatomi) hayvani, hareketli, canlı
animal heat vücut sıcaklığı
hayvanca
hayvani
diriksel
vücutla ilgili
hayvansal

Veganlar günlük yaşamlarında, hayvansal ürünler, ya da yan ürünler kullanmazlar. - Vegans do not use animal products, or by-products, in their everyday lives.

Sadece hayvansal ürünler kolesterol içerir. - Only animal products contain cholesterol.

kaba kişi
bedensel
{s} hayvanlarla ilgili

Oğlum hayvanlarla ilgili kitaplardan hoşlanır. - My son likes books about animals.

Hayvanlarla ilgili düzenlemelerin olduğunu çok iyi bilirsiniz. - You know perfectly well that there are regulations concerning animals.

(Tıp) animal
animal husbandry
hayvancılık
animal husbandry
hayvan yetiştirme
animal kingdom
hayvanlar alemi
animal behavior
hayvan davranışı
animal ecology
hayvan ekolojisi
animal farm
hayvan çiftliği
animal feeds
(Çiftçilik) hayvan yemleri
animal feedstuffs
(Çiftçilik) hayvan yemleri
animal for breeding
damızlık
animal husbandry
(Havacılık) hayvan besiciliği
animal industry
hayvan endüstrisi
animal kingdom
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvanlar âlemi
animal nutrition
hayvan beslenmesi
animal oil
hayvansal yağ
animal products
hayvansal ürünler
animal products
(Ticaret) hayvan ürünleri
animal remains
hayvan kalıntıları
animal shed
dam
animal species
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvan türleri
animal spirits
(Konuşma Dili) neşe
animal welfare
hayvanları koruma
animal breeding
hayvan besleme
animal breeding
hayvancılık
animal breeding centre
hayvan üretme merkezi
animal cell
hayvan hücresi

Bir hayvan hücresinde lipidlerin yüzdesi yaklaşık%8'dir. - The percentage of lipids in an animal cell is about 8%.

Hayvan hücresi, bitki hücresinden daha büyük bir protein oranına sahiptir. - The animal cell has a greater percentage of proteins than the plant cell.

animal cell
hayvan gözesi
animal charcoal
hayvan kömürü
animal communication
hayvan iletişimi
animal disease
hayvan hastalığı
animal fat
hayvansal yağ
animal feed
hayvan yemi
animal feed factory
yem fabrikası
animal food
hayvan yemi
animal foot
hayvansal yiyecek
animal glue
hayvansal tutkal
animal haulage
hayvanla taşıma
animal heat
vücut sıcaklığı
animal hygiene
hayvan sağlığı
animal improvement
hayvan ıslahı
animal kingdom
hayvanlar âlemi
animal leg
hayvan bacağı
animal magnetism
cinsel çekicilik
animal material
hayvani madde
animal oil
hayvani yağ
animal phobia
hayvan fobisi
animal physiology
hayvan fizyolojisi
animal pigment
hayvani pigment
animal product
hayvansal ürün
animal psychology
hayvan psikolojisi
animal raising
hayvan yetiştirme
animal scientist
hayvan bilimci
animal skin
hayvan derisi
animal spirits
hayatiyet
animal spirits
canlılık
animal starch
glikojen
animal tissue
hayvan derisi
animal trainer
hayvan terbiyecisi
animal unit
hayvan birimi
animal waste
hayvansal artık
Animal Management
Hayvan İdaresi
Animal Welfare Society
Hayvanları Koruma Cemiyeti
animal acupuncture
hayvan akupunkturu
animal agriculture
Hayvan yetiştiriciliği, hayvancılık
animal breeding
hayvancılık işletmesi
animal doctor
Hayvan doktoru, veteriner
animal extinction
Hayvan neslinin tükenmesi
animal fats
hayvansal yağlar
animal foot
hayvan ayak
animal keeper
Hayvan bakıcısı
animal liberation front
Hayvan Kurtuluş Cephesi
animal magnetism
hayvansal manyetizma
animal material
hayvan materyali
animal on the prowl
avlanmaya çıkmış hayvan
animal rescue centre
Hayvan tedavi merkezi
animal right
hayvan hakkı
animal rights
Hayvan hakları
animal sanctuary
Hayvan barınağı
animal shelter
hayvan barınağı
animal spirit
hayvan ruhu
animal testing
hayvan test
animal worship
hayvana tapma
animal anatomy
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvan anatomisi
animal black
hayvansal siyah
animal black
kemik siyahı
animal bumper
hayvan tamponu
animal charcoal
hayvankömürü
animal charcoal
(Kimya) hayvansal kömür
animal communities
hayvan toplulukları
animal existence
hayvan varlığı
animal fat
hayvan yağı
animal feed
hayvan besini
animal fiber
(Tekstil) hayvansal elyaf
animal flight
hayvan uçuşu
animal glue
hayvansal yapıştırıcı
animal glue
hayvansal tutkalı
animal heat
(Fizyoloji) diriksel ısı
animal heat
(Fizyoloji) hayvansal ısı
animal hide
hayvan postu
animal housing
hayvan barındırma
animal husbandman
zooteknisyen
animal intelligence
hayvan zekası
animal magnetism
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) canlı manyetizması
animal memory
hayvan belleği
animal origin
hayvan menşeli
animal pole
(Biyoloji) döller kutup
animal pole
(Biyoloji) animal kutup
animal reproduction
hayvan üremesi
animal societies
hayvan toplulukları
animal specy
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvan türü
animal spirits
canlılık, coşku
animal treatment
hayvan tedavisi
animal viruses
hayvan virüsleri
animal world
hayvanlar alemi
stray animal
Başıboş, sahipsiz hayvan
animals
anatomi
animal husbandry
zootekni
bovine animal
büyükbaş hayvan
breed an animal
hayvan bakmak
female animal
kancık
sacrifice an animal
kan akıtmak
wild animal
yaban hayvanı
young animal
balak
coldblooded animal
soğukkanlı hayvan
control animal
kontrol hayvanı
domestic animal
evcil hayvan
draught animal
koşum hayvanı
experimental animal
denek
experimental animal
deney hayvanı
fabulous animal
efsanevi yaratık
farm animal
çiflik hayvanı
fictional animal
hayali hayvan
gnawing animal
kemirgen hayvan
legendary animal
masal hayvanı
mythical animal
efsanevi hayvan
pack animal
yük hayvanı
predaceous animal
yırtıcı hayvan
predatory animal
yırtıcı hayvan
animals
hayvanla
animals
behâim
animals
hayvanlar

Hayvanların derisi kıllarla kaplı. - The skin of animals is covered with hair.

Hayvanlar ateşten korkar. - Animals are afraid of fire.

animals
hayvanları
beast, animal
hayvan, hayvan
cheer s.o./an animal on
birini/bir hayvanı (sözlü) tezahüratla teşvik etmek
domestic animal
ehli hayvan, evcil hayvan
domesticated animal
evcilleştirilmiş hayvan
earth zoo animal
toprak zoo hayvan
endangered animal
Nesli tehlikede olan hayvan
grazing animal
otlayan hayvan
hoofed animal
toynaklı hayvan
it is a different animal
(deyim) Bu farklı bir şey
land animal
Kara hayvanı
not to let s.o./an animal out of one´s sight
birini/bir hayvanı gözünden hiç kaçırmamak
put an animal out of its misery
hayvanı öldürerek acılarına son vermek
ride someone like an animal
(deyim) Birini hayvan muamelesi yaparcasına çalıştırmak
set s.o./an animal free
birini/bir hayvanı azat etmek/serbest bırakmak
slaughter, butcher an animal
katliam, kasap bir hayvan
starve s.o./an animal to death
birini/bir hayvanı açlıktan öldürmek
stuffed toy animal
oyuncak hayvan dolması
take s.o./an animal in
birini/bir hayvanı almak, barındırmak: She´s always taking in stray cats. Sokak kedilerini hep evine alıyor. They´ve started to take in lodgers. Eve pansiyoner almaya başladılar
wild animal
vahşi hayvan
working animal
çalışma hayvan
İngilizce - İngilizce
In non-scientific usage, any member of the kingdom Animalia other than a human being
In non-scientific usage, any land-living vertebrate (i.e. not birds, fishes, insects etc)
In scientific usage, a multicellular organism that is usually mobile, whose cells are not encased in a rigid cell wall (distinguishing it from plants and fungi) and which derives energy solely from the consumption of other organisms (distinguishing it from plants)

Humans are also animals, under the scientific definition, as we are not plants.

Excellent
A person who behaves wildly

My students are animals.

Of or relating to animals

animal instincts.

A person of a particular type

a political animal.

Pertaining to the spirit or soul; relating to sensation or innervation
Raw, base, unhindered by social codes

animal passions.

{n} a being with an organized body, endowed with life, sensation and spontaneous motion
a creature in the wild
A many-celled living thing that can move (at least part of its life) and must eat other living or once-living things
A creature of a sentient nature
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
means any mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, fish (including shellfish) or related organism, insect, crustacean, or organism of any kind, but does not include a human being National Parks Act 1980
Eadar
means any live or dead dog, cat, nonhuman primate, guinea pig, hamster, rabbit, or any other warmblooded animal, which is being used, or is intended for use for research, teaching, testing, experimentation, or exhibition purposes, or as a pet This term excludes: Birds, rats of the genus Rattus and mice of the genus Mus bred for use in research, and horses not used for research purposes and other farm animals, such as, but not limited to livestock or poultry, used or intended for use as food or fiber, or livestock or poultry used or intended for use for improving animal nutrition, breeding, management, or production efficiency, or for improving the quality of food or fiber With respect to a dog, the term means all dogs, including those used for hunting, security, or breeding purposes
ga-na-tla-i
noun organism
1 Instinctive part of self 2 cunning, speed, power or wisdom
Small woodland creature or rider going all out
of the appetites and passions of the body; "animal instincts"; "carnal knowledge"; "fleshly desire"; "a sensual delight in eating"; "music is the only sensual pleasure without vice"
adjective used for all animal smells such as musk or leather, which are found mainly in old red wines
a living organism that is distinguished from plants by independent movement and responsive sense organs
n binatang
an organized living creature endowed with sensation The Levitical law divided animals into clean and unclean, although the distinction seems to have existed before the Flood (Gen 7: 2) The clean could be offered in sacrifice and eaten All animals that had not cloven hoofs and did not chew the cud were unclean The list of clean and unclean quadrupeds is set forth in the Levitical law (Deut 14: 3-20; Lev 11)
> dongwu
n a living creature that moves, such as a dog or cat
Mature male of various mammals (especially deer or antelope)
of the nature of or characteristic of or derived from an animal or animals; "the animal kingdom"; "animal instincts"; "animal fats"
A classification of creature that includes all natural animals and their giant forms (see Monster Manual) Also, when capitalized, a spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power focused on communicating with and controlling animals
Any living creature other than a human being can be referred to as an animal. Language is something which fundamentally distinguishes humans from animals. a habitat for plants and animals
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement of the nature of or characteristic of or derived from an animal or animals; "the animal kingdom"; "animal instincts"; "animal fats
Consisting of the flesh of animals; as, animal food
One of the lower animals; a brute or beast, as distinguished from man; as, men and animals
Animal products come from animals rather than from plants. The illegal trade in animal products continues to flourish. Any member of the kingdom Animalia (see taxonomy), a group of many-celled organisms that differ from members of the two other many-celled kingdoms, the plants and the fungi (see fungus), in several ways. Animals have developed muscles, making them capable of spontaneous movement (see locomotion), more elaborate sensory and nervous systems, and greater levels of general complexity. Unlike plants, animals cannot manufacture their own food, and thus are adapted for securing and digesting food. In animals, the cell wall is either absent or composed of material different from that of the plant cell wall. Animals account for about three-quarters of living species. Some one-celled organisms display both plant and animal characteristics. See also algae, arthropod, bacteria, chordate, invertebrate, protist, protozoan, vertebrate. animal communication animal husbandry animal rights animals cruelty to animals master of the
An organized living being endowed with sensation and the power of voluntary motion, and also characterized by taking its food into an internal cavity or stomach for digestion; by giving carbonic acid to the air and taking oxygen in the process of respiration; and by increasing in motive power or active aggressive force with progress to maturity
Any living creature, including a human being, can be referred to as an animal. Watch any young human being, or any other young animal
{i} beast; living organism which is neither plant nor human
{s} of beasts, of animals; earthly, corporeal; carnal, fleshy
Of or relating to animals; as, animal functions
An animal is a living creature such as a dog, lion, or rabbit, rather than a bird, fish, insect, or human being. He was attacked by wild animals He had a real knowledge of animals, birds and flowers
Pertaining to the merely sentient part of a creature, as distinguished from the intellectual, rational, or spiritual part; as, the animal passions or appetites
bestial
animal dentistry
the field of dentistry applied to the care of animals
animal fat
Any fat rendered from the tissue of an animal
animal food
Material, of an animal or most often vegetable origin, prepared (especially industrially) as feed for domestic or farm animals
animal fries
French fries that are served with melted cheese, grilled onions, and Thousand Island dressing or special sauce instead of ketchup
animal kingdom
The regnum Animalia; the set of all animals
animal magnetism
A magnetic fluid or ethereal medium said to reside in the bodies of animate beings
animal magnetism
Sexual attractiveness; charisma derived from non-intellectual characteristics
animal product
A food or food ingredient made from the meat, bones, or other parts of an animal
animal products
plural form of animal product
animal rights
The concept that animals are entitled to certain fundamental rights such as the right to be spared undue suffering
animal shelter
A facility providing such shelter
animal shelter
An organization that provides temporary homes for stray pet animals
animal spirits
The theorized ‘spirits’ or physiological principles which allowed for sensation and voluntary movement

you have all, I dare say, heard of the animal spirits, as how they are transfused from father to son &c.; &c.;—and a great deal to that purpose:– Well, you may take my word, that nine parts in ten of a man's sense of his nonsense, his successes and miscarriages in this world depend upon their motions and activity .

animal spirits
Liveliness, vivacity, a happy tendency to action

She had high animal spirits, and a sort of natural self-consequence, which the attention of the officers, to whom her uncle's good dinners, and her own easy manners recommended her, had increased into assurance.

animal spirits
After Keynes (citation 1936, above), the emotional and intuitive factors that drive business decisions whether to make investment gambles
animal testing
The practice of using non-human animals in scientific experimentation
animal welfare
The viewpoint that it is morally acceptable for humans to use animals (for food, in animal research, as clothing, as entertainment, etc.), as long as the people using the animals avoid causing the animals suffering deemed "unnecessary"
animal welfare
The movement supporting this viewpoint
animal husbandry
breeding and caring for farm animals
animal husbandry
the business practice of raising domestic animals on a farm with capital input
Animal Welfare Society
Animal welfare is the viewpoint that animals, especially those under human care, should not suffer unnecessarily, including where the animals are used for food, work, companionship, or research. This position usually focuses on the morality of human action (or inaction), as opposed to making deeper political or philosophical claims about the status of animals, as is the case for an animal rights viewpoint. For this reason animal welfare organizations may use the word humane in their title or position statements
animal agriculture
A branch of agriculture concerned with the production and care of domestic animals
animal black
Black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone; used as a black pigment; (synonym) bone black, bone char, animal charcoal
animal husbandry
A branch of agriculture concerned with the production and care of domestic animals
animal shelter
An animal shelter is a facility that houses homeless, lost or abandoned animals; primarily a large variety of dogs and cats. The animal is kept at the shelter until it is either reclaimed by an owner, adopted to a new owner or placed with another organization. In the past, they were more commonly referred to as "dog pounds", a term which had its origins in the pounds of agricultural communities, where stray cattle would be penned up until claimed by their owners
Animal Crackers
small sweet biscuits shaped like animals, which are sold in a small box, and are popular with children in the US
Animal Farm
a novel by George Orwell which is a satire (=a humorous criticism) on the Russian Revolution and Communist society. In the book, a group of animals take control of a farm so that they can establish a society where they are all equal. The pigs, however, soon become the leaders and say that they are more important, intelligent etc than everyone else, using the phrase "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others
Animal Farm
{i} novel by George Orwell written during W WII and published in 1945 which tells the story of a group of animals who drove out the humans from the farm on which they live and manged it themselves and thereafter the farm became a brutal tyranny on its own (novel became widely recognized only in the late 1950s)
Animal Liberation Front
ALF a British organization that protests against using animals in scientific experiments, such as testing drugs or cosmetics
animal charcoal
bone black: black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone; used as a black pigment
animal communication
Transmission of information from one animal to another by means of sound, visible sign or behaviour, taste or odour, electrical impulse, touch, or a combination of these. Most animal communication uses sound (e.g., birds calling, crickets chirping). Visual communication usually indicates an animal's identity (species, sex, age, etc.) or other information through specific characteristics (e.g., horns, patches of colour) or behaviour (e.g., the bee's "dance" describing a source of food). Chemical communication involves pheromones (chemical signals) produced by the animal's endocrine system. Eels and some other fishes use electrical impulses to communicate
animal communication
communication between animals (of the same species)
animal control officer
An officer in local government whose duty is to enforce ordinances regulating the ownership of animals and to respond to incidents in which animals are involved
animal cracker
A small cookie shaped like an animal
animal dander
The small scales or pieces of skin, often containing proteins secreted by oil glands, which are shed by an animal These proteins are the major causes of allergies to pets
animal dander
Tiny scales of animal skin
animal disease
a disease that typically does not affect human beings
animal experimentation
testing on animals, performing scientific trials on animals
animal fables
moralistic stories in which animals are the main characters
animal fancier
a person who breeds animals
animal fat
any fat obtained from animals; "animal fat is high in saturated fatty acids
animal fat
any fat obtained from animals; "animal fat is high in saturated fatty acids"
animal fiber
fiber derived from animals
animal foot
a foot of a vertebrate other than a human being
animal glue
a protein gelatin obtained by boiling e g skins and hoofs of cattle and horses
animal glue
skins and hoofs of cattle and horses
animal glue
a protein gelatin obtained by boiling e
animal group
a group of animals
animal heat
The heat generated in the body of a warm-blooded vertebrate as the result of its physiological and metabolic processes
animal husbandry
The branch of agriculture concerned with the care and breeding of domestic animals such as cattle, hogs, sheep, and horses. farming that involves keeping animals and producing milk, meat etc. Controlled cultivation, management, and production of domestic animals, including improvement of the qualities considered desirable by humans by means of breeding. Animals are bred and raised for utility (e.g., food, fur), sport, pleasure, and research. See also beekeeping, dairy farming
animal husbandry
branch of agriculture that deals with the production and care of domestic animals; practice of breeding and raising farm animals
animal husbandry
the management and care of animals Galloway by Choice is committed to the humane and ethical treatment of livestock Cattle in the Galloway by Choice program are well cared for in every possible way including not being subjected to undue stress
animal husbandry
The keeping of any domestic animals other than customary household pets
animal kingdom
world of animals, realm of living creatures
animal kingdom
A main classification of living organisms that includes all animals
animal leg
the leg of an animal
animal magnetism
magnetic charm, sex appeal
animal material
material derived from animals
animal nature
the physical (or animal) side of a person as opposed to the spirit or intellect
animal oil
any oil obtained from animal substances
animal order
the order of animals
animal pigment
pigment occurring in animals
animal pole
The portion of an egg that is opposite the vegetal pole and that contains the nucleus and most of the cytoplasm
animal product
a product made from animal material
animal rights
rights of animals to receive fair and humane treatment (especially with regard to their use in scientific experimentation and the food industry)
animal rights
People who are concerned with animal rights believe very strongly that animals should not be exploited or harmed by humans. The rights to humane treatment claimed on behalf of animals, especially the right not to be exploited for human purposes. animal rights activists/campaigners/groups etc. rights, primarily against being killed and being treated cruelly, that are thought to be possessed by higher nonhuman animals (e.g., chimpanzees) and many lower ones by virtue of their sentience. Respect for the welfare of animals is a precept of some ancient Eastern religions, including Jainism, which enjoins ahimsa ("noninjury") toward all living things, and Buddhism, which forbids the needless killing of animals, especially (in India) of cows. In the West, traditional Judaism and Christianity taught that animals were created by God for human use, including as food, and many Christian thinkers argued that humans had no moral duties of any kind to animals, even the duty not to treat them cruelly, because they lacked rationality or because they were not, like Man, made in the image of God. This view prevailed until the late 18th century, when ethical philosophers such as Jeremy Bentham applied the principles of utilitarianism to infer a moral duty not to inflict needless suffering on animals. In the latter half of the 20th century, the ethical philosopher Peter Singer and others attempted to show that a duty not to harm animals follows straightforwardly from simple and widely accepted moral principles, such as "It is wrong to cause unnecessary suffering." They also argued that there is no "morally relevant difference" between humans and animals that would justify raising animals, but not humans, for food on "factory farms" or using them in scientific experiments or for product testing (e.g., of cosmetics). An opposing view held that humans have no moral duties to animals because animals are incapable of entering into a hypothetical "moral contract" to respect the interests of other rational beings. The modern animal-rights movement was inspired in part by Singer's work. At the end of the 20th century, it had spawned a large number of groups dedicated to a variety of related causes, including protecting endangered species, protesting against painful or brutal methods of trapping and killing animals (e.g., for furs), preventing the use of animals in laboratory research, and promoting what adherents considered the health benefits and moral virtues of vegetarianism
animal skin
the outer covering of an animal
animal spaying
surgical removal of the ovaries of a female animal
animal spirits
The vitality of good health
animal spirits
animal beings; wildlife; animals as creatures that deserve to live and not be abused
animal testing
Animal testing involves doing scientific tests on animals when developing new products or drugs
animal tissue
the tissue in the bodies of animals
animal toxin
a toxin resembling bacterial toxins in its antigenic properties that is found in the fluids of certain animals
animal trainer
one who trains or exhibits animals
animal virus
an animal pathogen that is a virus
animal warden
one charged with preventing animal abuse
animal worship
worship of animals, zoolatry; paganism
animal(a)
of the appetites and passions of the body; "animal instincts"; "carnal knowledge"; "fleshly desire"; "a sensual delight in eating"; "music is the only sensual pleasure without vice
animal-like
resembling an animal, bestial, beastlike
balloon animal
a number of balloons twisted, shaped and connected in the form of an animal
draft animal
Alternative spelling of draught animal., a strong working animal used to draw a load(ed cart), a plow etc., as opposed to a mount
draught animal
A strong working animal used to draw a load(ed cart), a plow etc., as opposed to a mount
farm animal
An animal stereotypically found on a farm; livestock
pack animal
A domesticated animal used to carry heavy items
party animal
A person known for frequent, enthusiastic attendance at parties, especially one whose partying behavior is exuberant or excessive

Tad Allagash, a stripling adman and Manhattan party animal with inexhaustible supplies of Bolivian Marching Powder (coy for cocaine).

stuffed animal
A toy animal stuffed with straw, beans, cotton or other similar materials
stuffed-animal
Alternative spelling of stuffed animal
wild animal
One exhibiting uncontrolled behaviour (figurative use)
wild animal
Any animal living in a natural, undomesticated state
working animal
An animal which is kept mainly to do muscular work, such as a draft horse, not mainly as a pet nor for its produce
party animal
A person known for frequent often wild partying
Animals
zoology
Animals
fauna
anim
fountains, a city in the mountains of Judah (Josh 15: 50), now el-Ghuwein, near Eshtemoh, about 10 miles south-west of Hebron
anim
animato
anim
All unmanifested matter which make up the astral and etheric worlds Known as anti-matter on the physical plane Counterpart to the atom
animals
Francis of Assisi
animals
Avian Conservation Biological Terms
animals
plural of animal
animals
Regional Resources
animals
Mundane creatures, even if with extraordinary proportions or abilities This category of creatures includes, for example, canines, felines, birds, bats, rodents, quadrupeds and zephyr hounds
animals
have adapted in various ways to the prairie biome Grazers such as bison, deer, elk, and pronghorn feed on prairie grasses Other animals have adapted as burrowers that find food and shelter close to the ground surface Burrowers include gophers, ground squirrels, badgers, and burrowing owls To cope with the harsh climate, prairie animals either grow a thick fur coat, or they burrow deep into the ground where they hibernate during the long cold winter Others, such as birds, migrate south for the winter Each prairie animal has developed a particular strategy for survival on the Prairies
animals
Turtles BOXES
animals
A boatman's name for donkeys used, singly or in pairs, for towing boats
animals
e-hna-i
animals
Dragongull - fourwinged bird Igg´he - (cavehog), small herbivore, used as breed animal Kodrill - reptillian carnivore, lives in swamps and rivers Sapid´he - (land shark), dangerous carnivore Tryllphane - friendly herbivore, used as riding animal
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) animal
animal kutup
(Biyoloji) animal pole
animal

    Heceleme

    a·ni·mal

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    änımıl

    Zıt anlamlılar

    mineral, plant

    Telaffuz

    /ˈanəməl/ /ˈænəməl/

    Etimoloji

    [ a-n&-m&l ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English animal from Old French animal from Latin animal, a nominal use of an adjective from animale, neuter of animalis adj, from anima ‘breath, spirit’. Displaced native Middle English deor, der "animal" (from Old English dēor "animal"), Middle English reother "animal, neat" (from Old English hrīþer, hrȳþer "neat, ox").

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    animal husbandry

    Videolar

    ... Now, if I were an animal, as soon as I'm safe, my amygdala ...
    ... Perhaps no other animal has had a bigger influence ...

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    heliolatry