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الإنجليزية - التركية

Dinozorların çok uzun zaman önce nesilleri tükenmiştir. - Dinosaurs became extinct a very long time ago.

O, dinozorun sadık minyatürüne baktı. - He stared at the faithful miniature of the dinosaur.

{i} dinazor
mezozoik çağda yaşamış olan ve bu gün yalnız fosilleri bulunan çok büyük bir cins sürüngen
horned dinosaur
boynuzlu dinazor
horned dinosaur
boynuzlu dinozor
ostrich dinosaur
devekuşu dinozoru
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A person or organisation which is very old or has very old-fashioned views or is not willing to change and adapt
Any of various extinct reptiles belonging to the Dinosauria, existing between about 230 million and 65 million years ago
Anything that is no longer in common use or practice
any of numerous extinct terrestrial reptiles of the Mesozoic era
Any reptile of the subclass Archosauria distinguished from other reptiles especially by features of the pelvic bones Dinosaurs were carnivorous and herbivorous They also did not fly or swim They died out at the end of the Cretaceous Period 65 million years ago
A type of reptile that stood upright on their legs
These reptiles were all extinct 63 million years ago
Any reptile of the subclass Archosauria distinguished from other reptiles especially by features of the pelvic bones Dinosaurs were carnivorous or herbivorous, bipedal or quadrupedal, land-dwelling, and of moderate to very large size Range, Triassic to Cretaceous
n any of various extinct, often large reptiles, of the Saurischia and Ornithischia orders, living during the Mesozoic area
{i} any of various prehistoric extinct reptiles; someone or something that is outmoded or unable to change
One of the Dinosauria
Dinosaurs were large reptiles which lived in prehistoric times
disapproval If you refer to an organization as a dinosaur, you mean that it is large, inefficient, and out of date. industrial dinosaurs. Any of the extinct reptiles that were the dominant land animals during most of the Mesozoic Era (248-65 million years ago). The various species appeared at different times, and not all overlapped. The shape of the teeth reveal whether a given dinosaur was a carnivore or herbivore. Dinosaurs are classified as either ornithischians or saurischians, based on pelvic girdle structure. Most had a long tail, which they held straight out, apparently to maintain balance. Most, if not all, were egg layers. Some were probably warm-blooded. Dinosaur fossils have been found on every continent, including Antarctica. Most types of dinosaurs flourished until late in the Cretaceous Period (65 million years ago), then disappeared within the next million years. Two theories for the cause of this mass extinction, following some 140 million years of existence, are that mountain-building cycles altered habitat and changed climate or that an asteroid hit the Earth, resulting in immense dust clouds that blocked sunlight for several years. Birds are thought to be living descendants of the dinosaurs. See also carnosaur; sauropod
Dinosaur National Monument
National preserve, northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah, U.S. It was set aside in 1915 to preserve rich fossil beds that include dinosaur remains. It was enlarged in 1938 and again in 1978 to its present 330 sq mi (855 sq km). It protects the canyons of the Green and Yampa rivers, which contain highly coloured geologic formations
armored dinosaur
dinosaurs having bony armour
bone-headed dinosaur
bipedal herbivorous dinosaurs with bony crowns
plural of dinosaur



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    fossil, old fart


    /ˈdīnəˌsôr/ /ˈdaɪnəˌsɔːr/

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    [ 'dI-n&-"sor ] (noun.) 1841. From Ancient Greek δεινός (deinos, “terrible, awesome, mighty, fearfully great”) + σαῦρος (sauros, “lizard, reptile”).


    ... At the start of the dinosaur era, ...
    ... The undisputed stars of the dinosaur era ...

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