devil

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} iblis

İblis bir sincap olabilir ama bütün sincaplar iblis değildir. - The devil may be a squirrel, but not all squirrels are the devil.

{i} şeytan

Bir kişi bir şeyi ödünç alırken bir melek yüzüne sahip olur fakat onu geri getirirken şeytan yüzüne sahip olur. - A person will have the face of an angel when borrowing something, but the face of the devil when returning it.

Gelecek yıldan bahsedersen şeytan güler. - Speak of the next year, and the devil will laugh.

yezit
cin
maltız
asfalt ısıtıcısı
ifrit
cehennem zebanisi
kötü ruh
(the ile) şeytan
{f} avukat stajeri olarak çalışmak
{i} stajyer avukat
{f} kâgit
{f} yazar çırağı olarak çalışmak
{f} makinede parçalamak bez
{f} baharatlı ve acılı pişirmek
krakova
üzmek
{i} şeytan gibi tip
dili canını sıkmak
{i} acı ve baharatlı yemek
{f} rahatsız etmek
{i} canlı ve dinamik kimse
makinada ezip parçalamak
yemeği çok biber ve baharatla hazırlamak veya kızartmak
{f} canını sıkmak
deviled ham bir çeşit ezme jambon
(fiil) rahatsız etmek, canını sıkmak; baharatlı ve acılı pişirmek; makinede parçalamak (bez, kâgit); avukat stajeri olarak çalışmak; yazar çırağı olarak çalışmak
makinede parçalamak
devil fish
(Denizbilim) şeytan balığı
devil's advocate
şeytanın avukatı
devil's darning needle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yusufçuk
devil's triangle
(Coğrafya) şeytan üçgeni
devil food cake
çikolatalı pasta
devil may care
başıboş
devil-may-care
başıboş
devil-may-care
pervasız
devil horn
şeytan boynuzu
devil horns
(Muzik) Heavy Metal dinleyenlerin parmaklarıyla yaptıkları işarettir. İşaret parmağının ve küçük parmağın açık, orta, yüzük ve baş parmakların kapalı olduğu işaret. İnternetteki simgesi \m/ şeklinde gösterilir. Metal ortamına bu işareti Ronnie James Dio kazandırmış ve buna "Kötülüğün Gözü" adını vermiştir
devil may cry
şeytan ağlayabilir
devil's advocate
zayıf tarafı savunan
devil's advocates
şeytanın savunucuları
devil's claw
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Şeytan pençesi
devil's own luck
Şeytan kendi şans
devil's own time
(deyim) Güç geçirilen bir zaman dilimi
devil's tongue
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Şeytandili
devil-be-damned
çok zekice planlanmış
devil a bit
hiç mi hi
devil a lot
bir hayli fazla
devil dodger
vaiz
devil dodger
(fiil)iz
devil fish
ahtapot
devil fish
manta
devil float
çivili ahşap mala
devil float
çivili tirfil malası
devil for smb
yardımcısı olarak en sıkıntılı işleri yapmak
devil may care
{s} pervasız
devil may care
{s} aldırışsız
devil may care
{s} umursamaz
devil may care
{s} kayıtsız
devil tenter
(Tekstil) açma makinesi işçisi
devil's advocate
aziz adayı aleyhinde tartışan savcı (katolik)
devil's advocate
tartışma olsun diye zayıf tarafı savunan kimse
devil's advocate
(deyim) mahsus karsi tarafi tutarak munakasa eden kimse ,seytanin avukati
devil's bones
{i} zar oyunu
devil's bones
(isim) zar oyunu
devil's claw
(Askeri) domuz tırnağı
devil's darning needle
(isim) kızböceği
devil's darning needle
{i} kızböceği
devil's flax
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) nevruzotu
devil's food cake
(isim) çikolatalı bir tür kek
devil's food cake
{i} çikolatalı bir tür kek
deal with the devil
başa şeytan
You devil
Seni şeytan seni!
devilled
(sıfat) baharatlı ve acılı
tasmanian devil
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tasmanya canavarı
a devil's advocate
(deyim) şeytanın avukatı
between the devil and the deep blue sea
(deyim) aşağı tükürsen sakal yukarı tükürsen bıyık
dare devil
gözü pek
dare devil
atılgan
dare devil
yiğit
devilish
şeytanî
give the devil his due
(Konuşma Dili) hakça muamele etmek
like the devil
ayağına tez
like the devil
çok çabuk
little devil
piç kurusu
lucky devil
şanslı
speak of the devil
(deyim) iti an çomağı hazırla
speak of the devil
(Muhasebe) 1. İti an çomağı hazırla. 2. İyi adam sözünün üstüne gelirmiş
speak of the devil and in he walks
(Muhasebe) 1. İti an çomağı hazırla. 2. İyi adam sözünün üstüne gelirmiş
stone the devil
şeytan taşlamak
talk of the devil
(Muhasebe) 1. İti an çomağı hazırla. 2. İyi adam sözünün üstüne gelirmiş
the devil
şeytan

Gelecek yıldan bahsedersen şeytan güler. - Speak of the next year, and the devil will laugh.

Bir kişi bir şeyi ödünç alırken bir melek yüzüne sahip olur fakat onu geri getirirken şeytan yüzüne sahip olur. - A person will have the face of an angel when borrowing something, but the face of the devil when returning it.

Go to the devil!
Cehenneme kadar git!
The devil take the hindmost
Altta kalanın canı çıksın
The devil!
Vay canına!
apache devil dance
apaçi dansı
devilish
melun
devilish
şeytanî
devilish
zalim
dust devil
bazen kurak bölgelerde görülen küçük toz fırtınası
have the devil to pay
kıyamet kopmak
play the devil with
kasıp kavurmak
poor devil
zavallıcık
poor devil
zavallı
printer's devil
matbaacı çırağı
she-devil
şirret kadın
tasmanian devil
tazmanya şeytanı
There will be the devil to pay
Kıyamet kopacak
calling up a spirit or devil
bir ruh ya da şeytan kadar çağrı
dare devil
şeytan cesaret
dust devil
Hava akıntısının oluşturduğu toz hortumu, çevrinti
dust devil
(Meteoroloji) Şeytan kulesi
dust devil
(Meteoroloji) Dalaz, toz şeytani
have the blue devil
si mavi şeytan
junior devil
Küçük şeytan
like the devil
gibi şeytan
play the devil´s advocate
(kendi görüşlerinin doğruluğunu ölçmek için) karşıt görüşlerin savunmasını yapmak
poor devil
zavallı adamcağız
raise Cain/hell/the devil
k. dili 1. kıyameti koparmak. 2. küplere binmek
run like the devil's chasing
(deyim) Peşinden atlı kovalar gibi, peşinden kovalayan var gibi
speak of the devil
(deyim) Speak (or talk) of the devil: İti an çomağı hazırla
talk of the devil
(deyim) İti an çomağı hazırla
talk of the devil and he will appear
(deyim) Bkz. talk of the devil
talk of the devil and you will see:
iti an çomağı hazırla
tasmanian devil
tazmanya şeytani
the devil is in the details
şeytan ayrıntıda gizlidir
the devil's own time
(deyim) Güç geçirilen bir zaman dilimi
thorny devil
Avustralya'da bulunan üstü dikenli bir kertenkele
what the devil
ne şeytan
young devil
Küçük şeytan
a devil incarnate
insan kılığındaki şeytan
a devil incarnate
şeytanın ta kendisi
beat the devil's tattoo
parmaklarıyla masayı tıkırdatmak
between the devil and the deep sea
iki arada bir derede
call up the devil
(deyim) şeytan çağırmak
deviled
{s} baharatlı ve acılı
deviled
(sıfat) baharatlı ve acılı
devilish
müthiş
devilish
berbat
devilish
şeytani
devilish
şeytan gibi
devilish
aşırı
devilish
şeytanca
devilish
kötü
devilish
çok fazla
devilish
devilishly şeytanca
devilish
dili çok
devilish
devilishness şeytanlık
devilishly
şeytanca
devilishness
şeytanlık
devilled
{s} baharatlı ve acılı
dust devil
(Meteoroloji) şeytan külahı
dust devil
(Meteoroloji) şeytan hortumu
dust devil
rüzgar hortumu
give the devil his due
kötü adamın bile hakkını vermek
go to the devil
cehennem olmak
go to the devil
(Konuşma Dili) cehenneme kadar gitmek
have devil
atılgan ve cesur olmak
have the devil's own luck
ballı olmak
have the luck of the devil
çok şanslı olmak
have the luck of the devil
ballı olmak
hold a candle to the devil
(Konuşma Dili) dümen suyunda gitmek
how the devil do you know that
bunu nereden biliyorsun
play the devil's
(kendi görüşlerinin doğruluğunu ölçmek için) karşıt görüşlerin savunmasını yapmak
raise the devil
(Fiili Deyim ) kıyameti koparmak
she devil
dişi şeytan
snow devil
(Meteoroloji) kar hortumu
talk of the devil
iti an çomağı eline al
the Devil
hay aksi
the Devil
kör şeytan
the Devil
allah belâsını versin
the devil has the best tunes
(deyim,Konuşma Dili) şeytana kanmak
the devil's advocate
(deyim) mahsus karsi tarafi tutarak munakasa eden kimse ,seytanin avukati
the poor devil
zavallı adamcağız
there is the devil to pay
acısı fena çıkacak
التركية - التركية

تعريف devil في التركية التركية القاموس.

dust devil
Toz şeytani, Türkçe'de dalaz olarak bilinen, 20-25 saniye süren 10-15 metre boyunda küçük hortumdur. Diğer büyük hortumlardan farkı başlarken bulutlardan aşağı doğru değil, yerden yukarı doğru uzanması ve bulutlarla bağlantısı olmamasıdır
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The chief devil; Satan
A thing that is awkward or difficult to understand or do
The bad part of the conscience; the opposite to the angel
A creature of hell
A dust devil
To grill with cayenne pepper; to season highly in cooking, as with pepper
A wicked or naughty person, or one who harbors reckless, spirited energy, especially in a mischievous way; usually said of a young child
(the devil or the Devil) The chief devil; Satan
To finely grind cooked ham or other meat with spices and condiments
To prepare a sidedish of shelled halved boiled eggs to whose extracted yolks are added condiments and spices, which mixture then is placed into the halved whites to be served
barren, unproductive and unused, as in devil strip.Dictionary of Regional American English
An evil or erroneous entity
Hell
A person, especially a man; used to express a particular opinion of him, usually in the phrases poor devil and lucky devil
To annoy or bother; to bedevil
{n} a fallen angel, a very wicked person
Cute one
People say speak of the devil, or in British English talk of the devil, if someone they have just been talking about appears unexpectedly. Well, talk of the devil!
{f} harass, tease
feelings You can use devil to emphasize the way you feel about someone. For example, if you call someone a poor devil, you are saying that you feel sorry for them. You can call someone you are fond of but who sometimes annoys or irritates you an old devil or a little devil. I felt sorry for Blake, poor devil
A devil is an evil spirit. the idea of angels with wings and devils with horns and hoofs. = demon
An expletive of surprise, vexation, or emphasis, or, ironically, of negation
Some Christians believe that the devil is an actual being Others that 'he' just represents all things that are evil
A machine for tearing or cutting rags, cotton, etc
a word used in exclamations of confusion; "what the devil"; "the deuce with it"; "the dickens you say"
A dish, as a bone with the meat, broiled and excessively peppered; a grill with Cayenne pepper
(Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell
To season with hot flavorings such as pepper or mustard
coat or stuff with a spicy paste; "devilled eggs"
An evil spirit; a demon
a rowdy or mischievous person (usually a young man); "he chased the young hellions out of his yard"
(Gr diabolos), a slanderer, the arch-enemy of man's spiritual interest (Job 1: 6; Rev 2: 10; Zech 3: 1) He is called also "the accuser of the brethen" (Rev 12: 10)
A devil is a collective entity who uses its constituents for its own ends without regard to their personal welfare Wars are fought between devils, not people
In Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, the Devil is the most powerful evil spirit. = Satan
one of the evil spirits of traditional Jewish and Christian belief
A very wicked person; hence, any great evil
The Evil One; Satan, represented as the tempter and spiritual of mankind
If you say that you are between the devil and the deep blue sea, you mean that you are in a difficult situation where you have to choose between two equally unpleasant courses of action
Machine used in the cotton-waste industry Fitted with teeth in a revolving cylinder, it was designed to rip apart starched, hardened cop bottoms as a first step in the recovery of waste thread
1 darkness 2 temptation 3 side of self not wanting to see 4 actual dark spirit brought into attack you
emphasis When you want to emphasize how annoyed or surprised you are, you can use an expression such as what the devil, how the devil, or why the devil. `What the devil's the matter?'. Spirit or power of evil. Though sometimes used to refer to demons, the term more often designates the prince of evil spirits. In the Bible the Devil is known as Satan, Beelzebub, and Lucifer. In Judaism, Satan emerges as subservient to God and as an adversary and accuser of Job and other humans. In postbiblical traditions he emerges as the tempter of humankind and is responsible for all the sins in the Bible. Christian theology holds that his main task is to tempt humans to reject the way of life and redemption in favour of sin and death. In the Qurn the Devil is frequently associated with Ibls; he tempts the unfaithful but not the true believer. In Hinduism there is no principal devil, although there are a variety of demons or devilish beings. Buddhists also recognize the existence of many demons, and Mara, the Buddha's opponent and tempter, is sometimes identified as a specific devil. devil ray Tasmanian devil Devils Island Devils Tower National Monument
a word used in exclamations of confusion; "what the devil"; "the deuce with it"; "the dickens you say" one of the evil spirits of traditional Jewish and Christian belief coat or stuff with a spicy paste; "devilled eggs
The devil, also known Satan, was believed to be a fallen angel, the prince of evil spirits (lesser devils) According to Christian Scriptures Christ was tempted by the devil in an attempt to stop his mission of saving the world (Matt 4: 1-11) [Chapter 1] [Chapter 4] [Chapter 5] [Chapter 13] [Chapter 18] [Chapter 27] [Chapter 59] [Chapter 67] [Chapter 75] [Chapter 78] [Chapter 84] [II: Chapter 9] [II: Chapter 10]
To make like a devil; to invest with the character of a devil
Greek is "diabolos," which means accuser The greatest of all the fallen angels He opposes God and is completely evil He is often called Lucifer which is a Latin translation of "light bearer" found in Isaiah 14: 12, and also the accuser of the brethren in (Rev 12: 10), dragon (Rev 12: 9), the devil (Matt 4: 1), the tempter (Matt 4: 3), the accuser (Rev 12: 10), the prince of demons (Luke 11: 15), the ruler of this world (John 12: 31), See Isaiah 14: 12-15 for a description of the fall of the devil Upon Jesus' return, the Devil will be vanquished -- depending on the eschatological position His future is the eternal lake of fire
The Devil is a use of traditional Catholic iconography in my art She represents evil, pain and hardship She is though, largely misunderstood as she is in fact more interested in the process of evil rather than the act itself The Devil developed the Blue Heart for the Emperor not to hurt him but rather because it was an evil act itself The Devil was based on Jenny Chapman at a point in my life when I felt that she had abandoned me is a particularly hurtful way and the Devils deeds mellowed when Jenny and I reconciled The Devil still appears frequently because of her iconographic strength and because of the special appreciation I have for Jenny in real life
To mix with spicy or hot seasonings
a cruel wicked and inhuman person
{i} evil spirit, demon
one of the evil spirits of traditional Jewish and Christian belief coat or stuff with a spicy paste; "devilled eggs
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
Christian synonym for Satan: an all-evil former angel
(Gr diabolos), a slanderer, the arch-enemy of man's spiritual interest (Job 1: 6; Rev 2: 10; Zech 3: 1) He is called also "the accuser of the brethen" (Rev 12: 10)
dickens
Devil's Rings
Any of several circular markings on flat ground, some supposed to have been made by the Druids celebrating their religious rites
Devil's Triangle
An area in the Atlantic Ocean where many ships and planes have disappeared under allegedly mysterious circumstances
devil bird
An avian cryptid of Sri Lanka, said to emit human-sounding shrieks that portend death; possibly the spot-bellied eagle owl or Ceylon highland nightjar
devil birds
plural form of devil bird
devil dog
A US marine
devil is in the details
The specific provisions of, or particular steps for implementing, a general plan, policy, or contract may be complicated, controversial, or unworkable

The country has developed a strong consensus for peace, but the devil is in the details over what concessions should be made.

devil sticks
A juggling prop consisting of two hand sticks (dowels) and a third larger, hour-glass shaped stick
devil strip
The grassy area between the sidewalk and the street
devil take the hindmost
An imprecation that everyone should look after their own interests, leaving those who cannot cope to whatever fate befalls them

And coldly see the all-conquering valiant Sons of Toil sit enchanted, by the million, in their Poor-Law Bastille, as if this were Nature’s Law; — mumbling to ourselves some vague janglement of Laissez-faire, Supply-and-demand, Cash-payment the one nexus of man to man: Free-trade, Competition, and Devil take the hindmost, our latest Gospel yet preached!.

devil's advocate
One who debates from a view which they may not actually hold, usually to determine its validity, or simply for the sake of argument
devil's advocate
(Roman Catholic Church) A canon lawyer appointed by the Church to argue against the canonization of the proposed candidate
devil's advocates
plural form of devil's advocate
devil's coach-horse
A large black European rove beetle, Staphylinus olens or Ocypus olens
devil's coach-horses
plural form of devil's coach-horse
devil's food cakes
plural form of devil's food cake
devil's hand
three of a kind sixes
devil's own
Particularly devilish; highly unpleasant or evil

The reason why our distressed young teacher found it the devil's own job to get the students to write was probably basically that they were not led to believe that written work was expected of them.

devil's own
Intense

'The Capt'n's been ridin' the devil's own pace,' said Dalton the coachman.

devil's strip
Alternative form of devil strip
devil-may-care
carefree or recklessly irresponsible
devil inside
A computer game
devil inside
(INXS song) a INXS song
devil inside
(Utada Hikaru single) a Utada Hikaru single
devil may cry
(Oyunlar) Devil May Cry (frequently abbreviated as DMC) is a hack and slash action game developed by Capcom Production Studio 4 and published by Capcom in 2001 for the PlayStation 2. The events in the game are second in the series storyline's chronological order, taking place after events in Devil May Cry 3 and before Devil May Cry 2. The game has received generally positive reviews, and has sold more than 4 million copies
devil's own time
(deyim) A very difficult time

Fixing the car seemed easy, but I had the devil's own time doing it.

Devil's Island
an island near the coast of French Guiana in South America, which was used as a prison by France until 1938
Devil`s Island
island north of French Guiana (formerly a French prison colony for political prisoners, among them was Alfred Dreyfus)
devil among the tailors
{i} quarrel, squabble
devil bird
A small water bird
devil dog
{i} member of the American Marine Corps, a United States Marine
devil may care
{s} carefree, cheerful, happy go lucky, easygoing; careless; reckless; rakish
devil ray
small manta (to 4 feet) that travels in schools
devil take the hindmost
each person follows his self-interest and leaves others go as they may; last one loses
devil worship
{i} worship of Satan and evil, worship of the devil, satanism
devil worshiper
someone who worships devils
devil's advocate
someone who takes the worse side just for the sake of argument
devil's advocate
person who argues the less accepted or approved side for the sake of argument; prosecutor
devil's advocate
If you play devil's advocate in a discussion or debate, you express an opinion which you may not agree with but which is very different to what other people have been saying, in order to make the argument more interesting. someone who pretends to disagree with you in order to have a good discussion about something
devil's bones
{i} dice (made of bones and lead to ruin)
devil's books
{i} playing cards
devil's cigar
a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
devil's club
A spiny deciduous shrub (Oplopanax horridus) of western North America, having wide palmate leaves, greenish-white flowers, and scarlet fruit clustered in umbels
devil's coach horse
{i} large black omnivorous beetle with a long body
devil's dance
lawlessness; licentiousness; tumult, racket, hysterics
devil's darning needle
{i} dragonfly
devil's food
very dark chocolate cake
devil's food cake
A rich chocolate cake. a type of chocolate cake
devil's food cake
{i} dark chocolate cake
devil's own luck
he has more luck than brains
devil's tongue
foul-smelling somewhat fleshy tropical plant of southeastern Asia cultivated for its edible corms or in the greenhouse for its large leaves and showy dark red spathe surrounding a large spadix
devil's urn
a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
devil-may-care
approval If you say that someone has a devil-may-care attitude, you mean that they seem relaxed and do not seem worried about the consequences of their actions. happy and willing to take risks
devil-may-care
marked by a carefree unconventionality or disreputableness; "a cocktail party given by some
devil-may-care
raffish bachelors"- Crary Moore
Red Devil
someone connected with Manchester United Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
Tasmanian devil
A Warner Brothers cartoon character based on the animal of the same name
Tasmanian devil
A large carnivorous marsupial (Sarcophilus harrisii) with a vicious temperament and found exclusively on the island of Tasmania
caught between the devil and the deep blue sea
Having a choice between two alternatives, both undesirable
devilish
Extreme, excessive

A devilish effort yielded a devilish success.

devilish
Resembling a devil
devilish
Devilishly
devilish
Characteristic of a devil

A devilish grin.

devilled
Simple past tense and past participle of devil
devilled
grilled with a piquant sauce
devilling
Present participle of devil
devilling
The pupillage of a prospective advocate or barrister
dust devil
A small atmospheric vortex appearing in clear, dry conditions, made visible by swirling dust picked up from the ground

A dust devil may look harmless, but a large one can overturn a car.

folk devil
A person or type of person blamed by the public for various ills, as during a moral panic

It may be true, as Fred Robinson, a senior researcher at Newcastle University said, Many people view Mrs. Thatcher as a kind of folk devil..

give the devil his due
To acknowledge the positive qualities of a person who is unpleasant or disliked

And to give the devil his due he's finer than ever. Too damn fine for this crowd!.

go-devil
A gadget or unspecified device as used in various industries

He had three wagonloads of go-devil squibs he wanted to sell, you know, these little oil-well torpedoes, hold about a quart of nitro each? Beautiful.

noonday devil
Literally, a demon thought to be active at the noon hour which inclines its victims (usually monastics) to restlessness, excitability and inattention to one's duties. Used as a synonym for acedia (Gk. ακηδία)
printer's devil
An apprentice printer
she-devil
A woman whose bad temper, cruelty or wicked ways are so extreme as to evoke an image of the devil
shoulder devil
A small devil that is often accompanied by a shoulder angel and represents the temptation of a person in works of fiction
speak of the devil
An expression sometimes used when a person mentioned in the current conversation happens to arrive on the scene
speak of the devil and he appears
Alternative form of speak of the devil
speak of the devil and he shall appear
Alternative form of speak of the devil
talk of the devil
Alternative form of speak of the devil
the devil
Used to add emphasis to a question or statement

Why the devil have you got my pizza?.

water devil
Any water-based cyclone, usually much smaller than a tornado in magnitude

We saw a water devil form in the late afternoon on the lake.

what the Devil
used to add emphasis to "what" when beginning question

What the Devil have you done to the horse?.

Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost
(Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost) Everyone has to fight for his or her own survival. (You can use this to describe an extremely competitive situation.)
speak of the devil
(Muhasebe) Talk about a certain person, and that person appears. (Used when someone appears whom you have just been talking about.)
speak of the devil and in he walks
(Muhasebe) Talk about a certain person, and that person appears. (Used when someone appears whom you have just been talking about.)
talk of the devil
(Muhasebe) Talk about a certain person, and that person appears. (Used when someone appears whom you have just been talking about.)
talk of the devil and in he walks
(Muhasebe) Talk about a certain person, and that person appears. (Used when someone appears whom you have just been talking about.)
the devil take the hindmost
(Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost) Everyone has to fight for his or her own survival. (You can use this to describe an extremely competitive situation.)
devilish
{a} like a devil, very wicked
devilishly
{a} in a wicked manner, very badly
Chase-devil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) St John's wort is the plant species Hypericum perforatum, and is also known as Tipton's Weed, Chase-devil, or Klamath weed
dust devil
A miniature whirlwind strong enough to whip dust and leaves and litter into the air
dust devil
(Meteoroloji) A dust devil is a strong, well-formed, and relatively long-lived whirlwind, ranging from small (half a metre wide and a few metres tall) to large (more than 10 metres wide and more than 1000 metres tall). The primary vertical motion is upward. Dust devils are usually harmless, but can on rare occasions grow large enough to pose a threat to both people and property
the devil is in the details
(deyim) When the hard part of what you are trying to do is in the many small details, you can say "the devil is in the details." Example: "I thought I would be able to write that article in two hours, but it ended up taking me five. The devil was in the details." The devil is known for always make life difficult for man in many small ways. Example: "I can sketch a basic outline of the plan for you and it may look very simple, but the devil is in the details."
the devil's own time
(deyim) A very difficult time

Fixing the car seemed easy, but I had the devil's own time doing it.

Devilled
diable
Tasmanian devil
marsupial mammal which resembles a very small bear (found in Tasmania)
Tasmanian devil
A burrowing nocturnal carnivorous marsupial (Sarcophilus harrisii) of Tasmania, having a predominantly blackish coat and a long, almost hairless tail. Marsupial species (Sarcophilus harrisii or S. ursinus, family Dasyuridae), now extinct on the Australian mainland, that survives in remote rocky areas of Tasmania. It is 30-40 in. (75-100 cm) long, with a stocky body, large head and jaws, and long bushy tail. The coat is usually black and brown with a white-marked breast. Named for its devilish expression and husky snarl, it is mainly a scavenger of wallaby and sheep carcasses but also eats beetle larvae and occasionally poultry. Its three or four young remain in the mother's pouch about five months
The Devil
fallen
The Devil
clootie
The Devil
Satan
The devil
dickens
a devil of a fellow
quick and skillful person; brilliant fellow; outstanding chap
apache devil dance
a ritual dance of the Apache
between the devil and the deep blue sea
caught in a difficult position, between a rock and a hard place
between the devil and the deep sea
caught in a difficult position, between a rock and a hard place
dare devil
{i} stunt man; recklessly daring person
dare devil
{s} (said of acts or actions) daring and dangerous; impulsive, reckless; adventurous
deviled
(1) A term describing food that is dark, rich, chocolate, spicily piquant or stimulating it is "deviled " Means a highly seasoned, chopped, ground, or whole mixture that is served hot or cold Many foods, including eggs and crab, are served "deviled " (2) The term "deviled" referring to meat, fish, and cheese spreads, is somewhat different Spiced potted meats have been popular for centuries William Underwood introduced his famous deviled ham in 1867
deviled
Highly seasoned, often containing mustard; frequently topped with bread crumbs and grilled
deviled
A term describing food that is dark, rich, chocolately, spicily piquant or stimulating it is "deviled " Means a highly seasoned, chopped, ground, or whole mixture that is served hot or cold Many foods, including eggs and crab, are served "deviled " The term "deviled" referring to meat, fish, and cheese spreads, is somewhat different Spiced potted meats have been popular for centuries William Underwood introduced his famous deviled ham in 1867
deviled
alternative spelling of devilled
deviling
A young devil
devilish
playful in an appealingly bold way; "a roguish grin"
devilish
{s} diabolic, demonic, satanic; evil, wicked
devilish
Resembling, characteristic of, or pertaining to, the devil; diabolical; wicked in the extreme
devilish
emphasis You can use devilish to emphasize how extreme or difficult something is. a devilish puzzle. + devilishly dev·il·ish·ly It is devilishly painful
devilish
Extreme; excessive
devilish
showing the cunning or ingenuity or wickedness typical of a devil; "devilish schemes"; "the cold calculation and diabolic art of some statesmen"; "the diabolical expression on his face"; "a mephistophelian glint in his eye"
devilish
Extreme
devilish
A devilish idea or action is cruel or unpleasant. the devilish destructiveness of modern weapons
devilish
Resembling or characteristic of a devil
devilish
in a playfully devilish manner; "the socialists are further handicapped if they believe that capitalists are not only wicked but also devilishly clever"
devilish
playful in an appealingly bold way; "a roguish grin
devilishly
diabolically, demonically; wickedly, fiendishly
devilishly
as a devil; in an evil manner; "his writing could be diabolically satiric"
devilishly
in a playfully devilish manner; "the socialists are further handicapped if they believe that capitalists are not only wicked but also devilishly clever
devilishly
In a devilish manner
devilishly
very - used to show that you think something is annoying or bad
devilishly
(used as intensives) extremely; "she was madly in love"; "deadly dull"; "deadly earnest"; "deucedly clever"; "insanely jealous"
devilishness
The state or quality of being devilish
devilishness
{i} wickedness, fiendishness, quality of being like a devil
devilled
possessed of the Devil
devilled
past of devil
devilled
devilled food is cooked with very hot pepper
devils
plural of devil
drunk as the devil
very drunk, inebriated, "plastered", "drunk like a fish
dust devil
A small whirlwind, usually of short duration, that swirls dust, debris, and sand to great heights
dust devil
small whirlwind of dust
give the devil his due
acknowledge something good in a person regardless of their character
king devil
European hawkweed introduced into northeastern United States; locally troublesome weeds
like the devil
in an evil manner, in a fiendish manner
little devil
bad child, naughty child, mischievous prankster
mountain devil
desert lizard that feeds on ants
play devil with
{f} ruin, destroy; molest to an extreme degree
play devil's advocate
feign disagreement with an issue in order to provoke discussion
play the devil with
ruin, destroy, deface, damage
poor devil
someone you feel sorry for
printer's devil
young apprentice in a printing company
printer's devil
an apprentice in a printing establishment
pull the devil by the tail
be stuck in a difficult situation
raise the devil
make a fuss, make problems
sand devil's claw
alternatively placed in genus Martynia
sea devil
See also Ox ray, under Ox
sea devil
Any large cephalopod, as a large Octopus, or a giant squid (Architeuthis)
sea devil
The angler
sea devil
Any very large ray, especially any species of the genus Manta or Cephaloptera, some of which become more than twenty feet across and weigh several tons
shame the devil
embarrass Satan, put Satan to shame
she-devil
a cruel woman
sold his soul to the devil
prepared to pay any price so as to get what he wants
speak of the devil
here he comes now (expression said when a person shows up who was just the object of a conversation)
speak of the devil
mention someone's name who just then appears
talk of the devil
speaking of something bad and then the bad appears
tasmanian devil
small ferocious carnivorous marsupial having a mostly black coat and long tail
the Devil
Adversary
the Devil
Satan, Lucifer
the devil
something difficult or awkward to do or deal with; "it will be the devil to solve"
devil

    الواصلة

    de·vil

    التركية النطق

    devıl

    النطق

    /ˈdevəl/ /ˈdɛvəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ de-v&l diale ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English dēofol, from Ancient Greek διάβολος (diabolos, “accuser, slanderer”), also as "Satan" (in Jewish/Christian usage, translating Biblical Hebrew שטן, satán), from διαβάλλω (diaballō, “to slander”), literally “to throw across”, from διά (dia, “through, across”) + βάλλω (ballō, “throw”). The Old English word was probably adopted under influence of Latin diabolus (itself from the Greek). Other Germanic languages adopted the word independently: compare Dutch duivel, German Teufel, Swedish djävul (older: djefvul).

    الازمنة

    devilishness, deviling, devilled

    رصف المشتركة

    devil boy

    فيديوهات

    ... Because idle hands are the devil's workshop. ...
    ... And then the details-- the devil's ...

    كلمة اليوم

    acumen
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