beast

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} sevimsiz kimse
beast of prey yırtıcı hayvan
hayvan gibi

O, vahşi bir hayvan gibi kudurdu. - He raged like a wild beast.

kaba kimse
{i} hayvan

O, vahşi bir hayvan gibi kudurdu. - He raged like a wild beast.

Aslan hayvanların kralı iken, kartal da kuşların kralıdır. - As the lion is king of beasts, so is the eagle king of birds.

(dört ayaklı) hayvan
{i} çirkin yaratık
hayvanca davranan kaba kimse beast of burden yük hayvanı
{i} canavar

Bir ayı bir kaplanla karşılaştırıldığında bir dost canavardır. - A bear is a friendly beast compared to a tiger.

Canavar canlı, uyanık ve aç. - The beast is alive, awake and hungry.

çok

Bu canavarlar çok cana yakın. - These beasts are very friendly.

Sen sorularda çok iyisin! Birtek soruda başarısız olmadın! - You're a beast! You haven't even missed one question!

iskoç
bilhassa dört ayaklı iri hayvan
hayvancık
çok fena
beastly
sevimsiz
beast of burden
yük hayvanı
beast of prey
yırtıcı hayvan
beast like
canavar gibi
beast with two backs
iki destek ile hayvan
beast, animal
hayvan, hayvan
behave like a beast
canavarlaşmak
beauty and the beast
güzellik ve canavar
starving the beast
(Mitholoji) ABD'de vergi kesintisi taraftarlarının devleti daha küçük ve etkin kılmak için kullandığı, vergi kesintileriyle "canavarı aç bırakma" stratejisi
beastly
kötü
beastly
sevilmeyen
beastly
istenilmeyen
beastly
kaba
beastly
berbat
beastly
rezil
beastly
beğenilmeyen
(n ) beast
(N) canavar
evil beast
Yabanıl hayvan
sex beast
seks hayvan
the beast
canavar

Sami canavarın karnındaydı. - Sami was in the belly of the beast.

En tehlikeli canavar içindeki canavardır. - The most dangerous beast is the beast within.

beastliness
kötülük
beastliness
{i} hayvan gibi davranış
beastliness
{i} hayvanlık (Argo)
beastliness
hayvanlık
beastly
çirkin
beastly
müthiş
beastly
çok
beastly
aşırı
beastly
hayvanca
the beast in us
içimizdeki canavar
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A figure in the Book of Revelation (Apocalypse)
Any animal other than a human; usually only applied to land vertebrates
A large and impressive automobile
A person who behaves in a violent, antisocial or uncivilized manner
to impose arduous exercises, either as training or as punishment
{n} an irrational animal, brute, brutish man
(bēst) n A lion or a tiger, set aside by their general movement patterns
(n ) ba, bah
{i} animal; brutal person, cruel person
Any four-footed animal, that may be used for labor, food, or sport; as, a beast of burden
Any living creature; an animal; including man, insects, etc
a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
an animal-like alien, as opposed to a human-like alien
A game at cards similar to loo
Hence: To be beasted, to be beaten at beast, omber, etc
You can refer to an animal as a beast, especially if it is a large, dangerous, or unusual one. the threats our ancestors faced from wild beasts
Any animal other than a human; usually only applied to vertebrates, sometimes excluding birds
Fig
A coarse, brutal, filthy, or degraded fellow
a cruelly rapacious person
A penalty at beast, omber, etc
Mental, animalistic, manifestation of the Thirst Thought processes turn away from the more normal day to day and toward sastisfaction of the Thirst however it can
A person who behaves in a violent, antisocial or uncivilised manner
As opposed to man: Any irrational animal
beast of burden
Any domesticated animal trained to perform tasks for humans, such as a herding dog or trained falcon
beast of burden
A draught animal that carries or pulls heavy loads, such as a donkey, mule, or ox
beast of prey
A carnivorous animal that hunts for its food, especially one that preys on vertebrates
beast with two backs
two people engaged in sexual intercourse
beast epic
A long, usually allegorical verse narrative in which the characters are animals with human feelings and motives
beast of burden
A beast of burden is an animal such as an ox or a donkey that is used for carrying or pulling things. An animal, such as a donkey, ox, or elephant, used for transporting loads or doing other heavy work. an animal that does heavy work
beast of burden
ox or cattle used to pull heavy loads
beast of burden
an animal such as a donkey or ox or elephant used for transporting loads or doing other heavy work
beast of prey
animal which hunts other animals for food
beast with two backs
(Slang) two people engaged in the act of sex (from Shakespeare's "Othello")
beauty and the beast
Two individuals, usually but not necessarily romantically involved, where one is perceived to be considerably more attractive than the other
belly of the beast
In a facility or organization, the location where work is actually carried out
Beauty and the Beast
fairy tale about a beautiful girl who falls in love with a monster
Beauty and the Beast
an old story about a beautiful young girl called Beauty, who is forced to live with a frightening creature called the Beast. The Beast loves her and she gradually begins to care about him too. He continually asks her to marry him, and when she finally agrees, he magically becomes the beautiful prince that he used to be
beastly
Pertaining to, or having the form, nature, or habits of a beast
beastly
Abominable; as, beastly weather
cattle beast
domestic cattle, livestock
nature of the beast
The unchangeable nature of something

A little slow, that's all; but that's the nature of the beast..

the Beast
a name given to the antichrist in the book of Revelation
starving the beast
(Mitholoji) A political strategy employed by American conservatives in order to limit government spending by cutting taxes in order to deprive the government of revenue in a deliberate effort to force the federal government to reduce spending
beastliness
{n} brutality, nastiness, filthiness, dirtiness
beastly
{a} brutish, nasty, filthy, obscene
fell beast
(Edebiyat) In J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, "fell beast" is the author's description of the flying carrion-eating pterosaur-like creatures on which the Nazgûl rode after being unhorsed at the Ford of Bruinen. The creatures are especially prominent during the Battle of the Pelennor Fields, where the Witch-king of Angmar, the Lord of the Nazgûl, rides his in battle against King Théoden of Rohan
-beast
a cruelly rapacious person
-beast
an animal-like alien, as opposed to a human-like alien
-beast
animal: a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
-beast
(bēst) n A lion or a tiger, set aside by their general movement patterns
-beast
(n ) ba, bah
-beast
Mental, animalistic, manifestation of the Thirst Thought processes turn away from the more normal day to day and toward sastisfaction of the Thirst however it can
Altered Beast
{i} computer adventure game manufactured by Sega Enterprises Inc
Beastliness
beastlihead
beastlier
comparative of beastly
beastliest
superlative of beastly
beastliness
unpleasant nastiness; used especially of nasty weather the quality of being deliberately mean
beastliness
The state of being beastly
beastliness
The state or quality of being beastly
beastliness
the quality of being deliberately mean
beastliness
{i} nastiness, crudeness, gluttony, obscenity
beastliness
unpleasant nastiness; used especially of nasty weather
beastly
very unpleasant; "hellish weather"; "stop that god-awful racket"
beastly
in a beastly manner; "she behaved beastly toward her mother-in-law"
beastly
{s} animalistic, of beasts; brutal
beastly
in a beastly manner; "she behaved beastly toward her mother-in-law
beastly
If you describe someone as beastly, you mean that they are behaving unkindly. = horrible, horrid. very unpleasant = nasty
beastly
If you describe something as beastly, you mean that it is very unpleasant. = horrible, horrid
beastly
Characterizing the nature of a beast; contrary to the nature and dignity of man; brutal; filthy
beastly
Pertaining to, or having the form, nature, or habits of, a beast
beastly
resembling a beast; showing lack of human sensibility; "beastly desires"; "a bestial nature"; "brute force"; "a dull and brutish man"; "bestial treatment of prisoners"
beasts
plural of beast
evil beast
animal which does great harm; wicked and corrupt person
make the beast with two backs
(Slang) engage in the act of sex (reference from Shakespeare's "Othello")
sea beast
Any large marine mammal, as a seal, walrus, or cetacean
wild beast
dangerous animal
beast
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