busker

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sokak çalgıcı

Tom sokak çalgıcısının şapkasına biraz para attı. - Tom threw some money into the busker's hat.

{i} sokak çalgıcısı

Tom sokak çalgıcısının şapkasına biraz para attı. - Tom threw some money into the busker's hat.

{i} gezgin aktör
busk
Korseyi dik tutan kemik veya madeni balina
busking
Sokak çalgıcılığı

When their money runs out, some start begging or BUSKING to earn money.

Esas olarak bir stüdyo müzisyeni olarak çalışsam da, fazladan para kazanmak için biraz sokak çalgıcılığı yaparım. - Though I mainly work as a studio musician, I do a little busking to make some extra money.

Yaz boyunca biraz sokak çalgıcılığı yaptım. - I did some busking during the summer.

busk
{f} sokakta müzik yapmak
busk
korse balinası
busk
{f} sokak çalgıcılığı yapmak
busk
sokak çalgıcılığı yap

Yaz boyunca biraz sokak çalgıcılığı yaptım. - I did some busking during the summer.

Esas olarak bir stüdyo müzisyeni olarak çalışsam da, fazladan para kazanmak için biraz sokak çalgıcılığı yaparım. - Though I mainly work as a studio musician, I do a little busking to make some extra money.

الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A person who makes money by passing the hat (soliciting donations) while entertaining the public (often by playing a musical instrument) on the streets or in other public area such as a park or market
a person who entertains people for money in public places (as by singing or dancing)
A busker is a person who sings or plays music for money in streets and other public places
{i} (British) street entertainer, one who performs music or dance in public as a way of soliciting money
busk
To tack, to cruise about
busk
A corset

Off with that happy busk, which I envie, / That still can be, and still can stand so nigh.

busk
A kind of linen

Busk, a kind of table linen, occurs first in 1458, and occasionally afterwards.

busk
A strip of metal, whalebone, wood, or other material, worn in the front of a corset to stiffen it
busk
{n} whalebone or steel to keep down women's stays
busk
The feast usually continues four days
busk
Among the Creek Indians, a feast of first fruits celebrated when the corn is ripe enough to be eaten
busk
People who busk play music or sing for money in the streets or other public places. They spent their free time in Glasgow busking in Argyle Street. + busking busk·ing Passers-by in the area have been treated to some high-quality busking. to play music in a public place in order to earn money
busk
To solicit money by entertaining the public in the street or in public transport
busk
To prepare; to make ready; to array; to dress
busk
On the first day the new fire is lighted, by friction of wood, and distributed to the various households, an offering of green corn, including an ear brought from each of the four quarters or directions, is consumed, and medicine is brewed from snakeroot
busk
On the fourth day there are feasting, dancing, and games
busk
A thin, elastic strip of metal, whalebone, wood, or other material, worn in the front of a corset
busk
On the second and third days the men physic with the medicine, the women bathe, the two sexes are taboo to one another, and all fast
busk
{f} entertain with street performances of singing dancing juggling etc.; present improvised theater performances in forsaken areas; travel to rural villages in order to defraud the residents (by selling defective goods)
busk
To go; to direct one's course
buskers
plural of busker
busking
present participle of busk
busks
third-person singular of busk
busks
plural of , busk
busker

    الواصلة

    busk·er

    التركية النطق

    bʌskır

    النطق

    /ˈbəskər/ /ˈbʌskɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'b&s-k&r ] (noun.) 1857. From busk + -er

    كلمة اليوم

    casanova
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