chew

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الإنجليزية - التركية
çiğnemek

Yiyeceği yutmadan önce çiğnemek zorundasın. - You have to chew the food before you swallow it.

Aspirin çiğnemek kötü bir fikirdir. - Chewing aspirin is a bad idea.

{f} derin derin düşünmek
{f} çiğne

Yiyeceklerinizi iyi çiğnemelisiniz. - You should chew your food well.

Lenny'nin nasıl çiğnemeden veya boğulmadan tam bir sosisli sandvici yutabildiğine bak? Bu nedenle üst idare onu bu kadar fazla sever. - See how Lenny can swallow an entire hot dog without chewing or choking? That's why upper management loves him so much.

chewing gum çiklet
{f} kafa yormak
çiğne,v.çiğne: n.çiğneme
{f} düşünüp taşınmak
{i} çiğneme

Ölüm yaklaştığında, yapabileceğiniz bütün şey yavaş yavaş tırnaklarınızı çiğnemektir. - When death approaches, all you can do is slowly chew your fingernails.

Yaramaz kız kaleminin sonunu çiğneme alışkanlığı içinde. - The nervous girl is in the habit of chewing the end of her pencil.

{i} düşünüp taşınma
{i} tütün parçası
{i} lokma
chew the rag çene çalmak
düşünmek
chew the cud geviş getirmek
chew out azarlamak
chew çiğne
{f} tütün çiğnemek
ağız ile çiğnemek
çiğnenen tütün
kurmak
gevelemek
chew on
üzerinde kafa yormak
chew gum
sakız çiğnemek
chew out
fırça atmak
chew out
(Dilbilim) fırça çekmek
chew out
fırçalamak
chew out
(Dilbilim) paylamak
chew over
(deyim) kafa patlatmak
chew over
(deyim) üzerinde düşünmek
chew over
(deyim) kafa yormak
chew the cud
(deyim) düşünüp taşınmak
chew the cud
(deyim) uzun uzun düşünmek
chew the fat
(Argo) havadan sudan konuşmak
chew the fat
(Argo) laflamak
chew up
(Dilbilim) paylamak
chew up
(Dilbilim) haşlamak
chew over
hakkında düşünmek
chew the cud
geviş getirmek
chew the rag
çene çalmak
chew a gum
Bir sakız çiğnemek
chew off
çiğneyerek parçalamak
chew the rag, fat
çene çalmak
chew on
uzun uzadıya düşünmek
chew on
(Dilbilim) özenle düşünmek
chew out
azarlamak
chew over
üzerinde kafa yormak
chew over
bahsetmek
chew s.o. out
{k} birini azarlamak
chew sth. over
{k} (deyim) dusunup tasinmak
chew the cud
derin derin düşünmek
chew the cud
k.dili. derin derin düşünmek
chew the fat
çene çalmak
chew the fat
argo çene çalmak
chew the fat
(Fiili Deyim ) gevezelik etmek , çene çalmak
chew the fat
laklak etmek
chew the rag
laklak etmek
chew tobacco
tütün çiğnemek
chewing
{i} çiğneme

Birçok Perulunun koka yapraklarını çiğneme adeti vardır. - Many Peruvians have the habit of chewing coca leaves.

Lenny'nin nasıl çiğnemeden veya boğulmadan tam bir sosisli sandvici yutabildiğine bak? Bu nedenle üst idare onu bu kadar fazla sever. - See how Lenny can swallow an entire hot dog without chewing or choking? That's why upper management loves him so much.

chewing
(isim) çiğneme
chewing
{f} çiğne

Onun, kalemini çiğneme gibi kötü alışkanlığı vardır. - He has the bad habit of chewing his pencil.

Lenny'nin nasıl çiğnemeden veya boğulmadan tam bir sosisli sandvici yutabildiğine bak? Bu nedenle üst idare onu bu kadar fazla sever. - See how Lenny can swallow an entire hot dog without chewing or choking? That's why upper management loves him so much.

chewing
çiğneyerek
chewing
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çiğneyici
don't bite off more than you can chew
(deyim) boyundan büyük işlere kalkışma
bite off more than one can chew
başından büyük işe girişmek
chewable
çiğnenebilir
Don't bite off more than you can chew
(Atasözü) Çiğneyebileceğinden fazlasını ısırma
bite off more than one can chew
k. dili başından büyük işlere/işe girişmek/kalkışmak
chewing
çiğnemek

Aspirin çiğnemek kötü bir fikirdir. - Chewing aspirin is a bad idea.

Onun kurşun kalemini çiğnemek gibi kötü bir alışkanlığı var. - She has a bad habit of chewing on her pencil.

to chew
çiğnemek
bite off more than one can chew
(fiil) başından büyük işe girişmek
chewable
çiğneme
does it hurt when you chew
çiğnediğiniz zaman acıyor mu
it hurts when i chew
çiğnerken acıyor
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To grind, tear, or otherwise degrade or demolish something with teeth or as with teeth

The harsh desert wind and sand had chewed the stump into ragged strips of wood.

Chewing tobacco

The school had banned chew and smokes from the school grounds, even for adults.

To think about something; to ponder; to chew over

The professor stood at the blackboard, chalk in hand, and chewed the question the student had asked.

To crush with the teeth by repeated closing and opening of the jaws; done to food to soften it and break it down by the action of saliva before it is swallowed

The steak was tough to chew as it had been cooked too long.

A small sweet, such as a taffy, that is eaten by chewing

Phillip purchased a bag of licorice chews at the drugstore.

A plug or wad of chewing tobacco; chaw or a chaw

The first time he chewed tobacco, he swallowed his chew and got extremely sick.

{v} to grind with the teeth, to meditate on
biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow
biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow a wad of something chewable as tobacco chew (food); "He jawed his bubble gum"; "Chew your food and don't swallow it!"; "The cows were masticating the grass
When you chew food, you use your teeth to break it up in your mouth so that it becomes easier to swallow. Be certain to eat slowly and chew your food extremely well Daniel leaned back on the sofa, still chewing on his apple. the sound of his mother chewing and swallowing
If you say that someone has bitten off more than they can chew, you mean that they are trying to do something which is too difficult for them. Micky is used to handling dodgy deals but this time fears he may have bitten off more than he can chew
to chew the cud: see cud
chew (food); "He jawed his bubble gum"; "Chew your food and don't swallow it!"; "The cows were masticating the grass"
a wad of something chewable as tobacco
To perform the action of biting and grinding with the teeth; to ruminate; to meditate
A component of network lag, chew is the percentage of packets that are 'eaten' by the network connection Ideally no packets should be lost, but the Internet is often anything but ideal
{i} bite; act of chewing
Exclamation used by golfers who want their ball to stop-now! (See also bite, grow teeth, growl, juice ')
If a person or animal chews an object, they bite it with their teeth. They pause and chew their pencils One owner left his pet under the stairs where the animal chewed through electric cables. = bite
If you chew gum or tobacco, you keep biting it and moving it around your mouth to taste the flavour of it. You do not swallow it. One girl was chewing gum
If you chew your lips or your fingernails, you keep biting them because you are nervous. He chewed his lower lip nervously
To ruminate mentally; to meditate on
{f} grind food with the teeth
That which is chewed; that which is held in the mouth at once; a cud
To bite and grind with the teeth; to masticate
chew on the scenery
Alternative form of chew the scenery
chew out
To lecture, scold, reprimand, or rebuke

His dad chewed him out after seeing the failing grades.

chew over
To think deeply about; to ponder or mull over
chew the cud
to meditate or ponder before answering; to be deep in thought; to ruminate
chew the fat
To chat idly or generally waste time talking

We're not supposed to waste time chewing the fat with the customers.

chew the scenery
To display excessive emotion or to act in an exaggerated manner while performing; to be melodramatic; to be flamboyant

Starring as a Great White Hope police commissioner sent to clean up Washington, D.C., Nelson displays a set of pipes barely hinted at in his years on Coach, spending the long pilot hour barking, bloviating, singing(!) and generally chewing the scenery.

chew up
to ruin (especially land), by digging
chew up
to defeat utterly

the Yankees chewed up the Dodgers.

chew up
to chew so as to make something pulpy

My dog always chews up my daughter's teddy bears.

chew up the scenery
Alternative form of chew the scenery
chew the rag
(deyim) Chat in a leisurely way
chew on
masticate, grind with one's teeth; contemplate, consider
chew out
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
chew out
scold a person severely (e.g.: "Diane's mom was so angry with Diane when she did not come home by 3: 00 AM, she chewed Diane out and then grounded her for a week")
chew over
reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate
chew over
consider, contemplate; discuss, engage in conversation
chew the cud
regurgitate the contents of the stomach and chew them again (done by cows and other ruminants)
chew the fat
talk socially without exchanging too much information; "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze
chew the rag with someone
chat with somebody, make friendly conversation with someone
chew up
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
chew up
If something is chewed up, it has been destroyed or damaged in some way. Every spring the ozone is chewed up, and the hole appears. rebels who are now chewing up Government-held territory This town is notorious for chewing people up and spitting them out
chew up
If you chew food up, you chew it until it is completely crushed or soft. I took one of the pills and chewed it up
chew upon
consider something, think about -, meditate on -
bite off more than one can chew
To try to do too much; to take on or attempt more than one is capable of doing

I think I bit off more than I could chew when I agreed to paint this house by myself.

chewable
Capable of being chewed
chewable
Allowing for a particular type of bid that does not trigger the flip-in
chewed
Simple past tense and past participle of chew
chewy
having a pliable or springy texture when chewed

I must have spent an hour gnawing on the chewy taffy.

penny chew
A chew costing (or formerly costing) one penny
walk and chew gum at the same time
To do something very easy
Chewing
mastication
Chewy
chewable
To chew
cham
bite off more than one can chew
{f} take on a bigger task than one is capable of completing
chewable
easy to cut or chew
chewable
{s} able to be chewed
chewed
that has been chewed; masticated
chewed
past tense, and past participle of the verb to chew
chewer
someone who chews (especially someone who chews tobacco)
chewer
{i} one who chews
chewing
A dog that increases and decreases pressure on a bird in his mouth Usually leads to damaging the bird's feathers
chewing
provide toys; don't let dog play with shoes, etc when young; use bitter apple spray
chewing
{i} opening and closing of the jaws, act of grinding with the teeth, masticating, munching
chewing
biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow
chewing
or mastication Up-and-down and side-to-side movements of the lower jaw, using the teeth to grind food for easier swallowing. During chewing, the tongue shapes food into a lump and saliva lubricates it for swallowing. Chewing softens tough meat or vegetable fibres and exposes them to digestive enzymes
chewing
present participle of to chew
chews
third-person singular of chew
chews
plural of chew
chewy
An exaggerated description of a very heavy-bodied beer, or one with a bacterial infection which imparts high viscosity
chewy
If food is chewy, it needs to be chewed a lot before it becomes soft enough to swallow. The meat was too chewy. chewy chocolate cookies. food that is chewy has to be chewed a lot before it is soft enough to swallow
chewy
Wines with unusual thickness of texture or tannins that one almost "chews" before swallowing
chewy
Describes rich, heavy, viscous or tannic wines that are full-bodied
chewy
Refers to a high total tannic component of a wine Figuratively, one cannot swallow this wine without chewing first
chewy
A descriptive term applied to rich, heavy, tannic wines that are full-bodied claret English term for a red Bordeaux
chewy
{s} suitable for chewing; hard to chew, needs much chewing; of a consistency that needs much chewing (of food)
chewy
requiring much chewing
chewy
Describes rich, heavy, tannic wines that are full-bodied
chewy
of a consistency requiring chewing; "chewy caramels"
chew
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