bok

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التركية - الإنجليزية
feces
crap

Your crap stubbornness makes people sick. - Senin bok inatçılığın insanları hasta ediyor.

Sami was just a bunch of crap. - Sami bir bok yığınından ibaretti.

(Argo) shat
(Argo) damn
shit, crap, excrement; bloody, damn; shitty
excrement
(Argo) bloody
fecal matter
turd (Slang)
(Argo) bullshit

This is such bullshit. - Bu kadar boktan olur.

shit (Vulgar Slang) dung
faeces [Brit.]
mining scoria, dross
worthless, bad
(Argo) faecal matter
dung, feces, excrement, ordure
(Argo) dung
shit

Yuck, that smells like shit! - Iyyy, bu bok gibi kokuyor!

I don't wanna clean up dog shit. - Ben köpek boku temizlemek istemiyorum.

KAKA
crapped
the shit
shıt
{i} turd
{i} faeces
bok gibi
filthy
bokunu çıkarmak/ın/, bok etmek
to spoil
bok atmak
(Argo) throw mud
bok böcekleri
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) scarabaeidae
bok böceği
dung beetle
bok etmek
(Argo) bungle
bok etmek
(Argo) murder
bok etmek
(Argo) bugger
bok etmek
(Argo) screw
bok herif
(Argo) shat
bok püsür
(Argo) rubbish
bok püsür
(Argo) details
bok ye
(Argo) piss off!
bok ye
(Argo) eat shit!

Eat shit — millions of flies cannot be wrong. - Bok ye - milyonlarca sinek yanılıyor olamaz.

bok ye
(Argo) fuck off!
bok yoluna gitmek
(Argo) ruined
bok herif
shit

I never want to hear that slanderous shit again! - O karalayıcı bok herifi tekrar duymak istemiyorum!

Bok ye
Piss off!, Fuck off!, Eat shit!
bok atmak
to throw mud (at)
bok atmak/bulaştırmak/sürmek
to slander, throw mud on, muddy
bok edebiyatı yapan
scatological
bok etmek
to bugger (up), to fuck (up), to screw up, to murder, to bungle, to mess up, to ball(s) up
bok gibi
fucked up [sl.]
bok gibi
(Argo) fucked up
bok gibi
shitty [sl.]
bok gibi kokan
(Argo) pongy
bok gibi kokmak
(deyim) stink like a polecat
bok gibi kokmak
(deyim) smell to high heaven
bok gibi kokmak
(Argo) stink like shit
bok gibi kokmak
(deyim) stink to high heaven
bok gibi para kazanmak
to rake in money
bok gibi zengin
stinking rich
bok herif
shit [sl.]
bok herif
turd [sl.]
bok karıştırmak
to try to spoil something
bok püsür
1. rubbish. 2. details
bok yedi başı
(Argo) snooper
bok yedi başı
smart arse, smart aleck; snooper
bok yedi başı
meddler
bok yemek
to say or do something wrong, blunder, put one's foot in it
bok yemek
(Argo) say or to do something wrong
bok yemek düşmek
(Argo) have no right to do anything
bok yemek düşmek
to have no right to a say
bok yemek düşmek
to have no right to say/do anything (against)
bok yemenin Arapçası
a major blunder
bok yolu
bog
bok yoluna gitmek
to come to a sticky end, to be fucked up, to be ruined, to go down the drain
bok yoluna gitmek
to lose one's life for nothing
bok üstün bok
bad, lousy
bokun soyu/bok soyu
1. *shit, bastard, SOB; bitch. 2. *shitty, *fucking
boklar
shit
bok gibi
{s} shitty
kargalar bok yemeden vulg
very early in the morning
para bok gibi olmak
to be rolling in money, to be filthy rich
tabakhaneye bok mu götürüyorsun? What you're doing must
be mighty important, seeing as you're in such an all-fired hurry! (said sarcastically)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The clucking sound of a chicken

So the librarian gives the chicken a book. The chicken goes away, but comes back the next day, goes up to the librarian's desk and says: 'Bok, bok!'.

keen or willing
bok choi
Alternative spelling of bok choy
bok choy
Chinese cabbage, Brassica rapa chinensis, an East Asian leafy vegetable related to the Western cabbage
bok-bok
A children's (boy's) game where two or three children form a base, and others jump on them to make the base collapse
bok choi
elongated head of dark green leaves on thick white stalks
bok choi
Asiatic plant grown for its cluster of edible white stalks with dark green leaves
bok choy
This green leafy vegetable, also called Chinese cabbage, is a power-packed source of calcium Besides that, it's really fun to say bok choy!
bok choy
A type of cabbage, the most common variety of which is the distinctive vegetable with the white stem and dark green leaves readily available in most supermarkets There is also Shanghai or baby bok choy, a smaller version of the same vegetable Besides being used in soups and stir-fries, you'll also find it in braised dishes Keep in the vegetable crisper section of the refrigerator Rinse thoroughly before using
bok choy
elongated head of dark green leaves on thick white stalks Asiatic plant grown for its cluster of edible white stalks with dark green leaves
bok choy
cabbage with thickly-veined leaves and a mild taste, Chinese cabbage
bok choy
A vegetable resembling Swiss Chard in shape, but much lighter in color and flavor Bok choy has a mild flavor that is great raw in salads It's also the best cabbage for stir-fries; the stems turn almost creamy after cooking It can be found fresh in Oriental markets and most supermarkets, year-round (Also called Chinese Chard)
bok choy
elongated head of dark green leaves on thick white stalks
bok choy
– A leafy green and white vegetable popular in Chinese cooking
bok choy
Asiatic plant grown for its cluster of edible white stalks with dark green leaves
bok choy
Also known as Chinese chard Member of the loose-leaf cabbage family Tender inner leaves and hearts have a gentle hint of mustard flavor
bok choy
Also called Chinese cabbage, this variety of cabbage has crinkly, thick veined leaves which are thin, crisp, and delicately mild Choose firm, tightly packed heads with crisp, green-tipped leaves
bok choy
another spelling of pak choi (paak ts'oi ). or Chinese mustard Brassica chinensis, one of two types of Chinese cabbage. It has glossy dark green leaves and thick, crisp white stalks in a loose head. Its yellow-flowering centre is especially prized. See also brassica; mustard family
Edward Bok
born Oct. 9, 1863, Den Helder, Neth. died Jan. 9, 1930, Lake Wales, Fla., U.S. Dutch-born U.S. editor. Raised in a poor immigrant family in Brooklyn, N.Y., Bok pursued a career in book and magazine publishing. As editor of the Ladies' Home Journal (1889-1919) he devised departments to inform women on diverse subjects and led campaigns for public health and beautification. His decision to stop accepting patent-medicine advertising helped bring about the Pure Food and Drug Act (1906). He also broke the taboo against the printed mention of venereal disease. His last years were devoted to working for civic improvement and world peace. He wrote a notable autobiography, The Americanization of Edward Bok (1920, Pulitzer Prize)
Edward William Bok
born Oct. 9, 1863, Den Helder, Neth. died Jan. 9, 1930, Lake Wales, Fla., U.S. Dutch-born U.S. editor. Raised in a poor immigrant family in Brooklyn, N.Y., Bok pursued a career in book and magazine publishing. As editor of the Ladies' Home Journal (1889-1919) he devised departments to inform women on diverse subjects and led campaigns for public health and beautification. His decision to stop accepting patent-medicine advertising helped bring about the Pure Food and Drug Act (1906). He also broke the taboo against the printed mention of venereal disease. His last years were devoted to working for civic improvement and world peace. He wrote a notable autobiography, The Americanization of Edward Bok (1920, Pulitzer Prize)
التركية - التركية
Dışkı
Güç durum
Hor görülen, tiksinilen
bok böceği
Kın kanatlılardan, genellikle otçul memeli hayvanların gübrelerinde yaşayan ve bokla beslenen böcek (Geotrupes stercorarius)
Bok böceği
pislik böceği
الإنجليزية - التركية

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bok choy
(Tarım) (bok choy veya pak choi) Çin lahanası; kalın, beyaz sapı üzerinde köyü yeşil yaprakları olan bir lahana türü
bok
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