dolphins

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الإنجليزية - التركية
yunuslar

Yunuslar ve balinalar balık değildir. - Dolphins and whales are not fish.

Benim hobim yunuslarla yüzmektir. - My hobby is swimming with dolphins.

(Denizbilim) yunusbalıkları
Dolphin
(isim) Yunus

Yunuslar çok zeki hayvanlardır. - Dolphins are very intelligent animals.

Yunuslar ve balinalar balık değildir. - Dolphins and whales are not fish.

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yunus balığı
dolphin
delfin takımyıldızı
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(Askeri) dolfen
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yunusbalığı
dolphin
palamar babası
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yunus balığı türünden balık
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den palamarlık baba veya şamandıra
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Delphinidae familyasmdan yunusbalığı ve ona benzeyen başka birkaç çeşit balık
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Delphinus delphis
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Delfin takımyıldız
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
plural of dolphin
bottlenose dolphins
plural form of bottlenose dolphin
common dolphins
plural form of common dolphin
dolphin
A carnivorous aquatic mammal inhabiting mostly in the shallower seas of the continental shelves, famed for its intelligence and occasional willingness to approach humans
spinner dolphins
plural form of spinner dolphin
spotted dolphins
plural form of spotted dolphin
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{n} a kind of beautiful seafish
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Pacific White-Sided, distinctive high jump
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A term applied to several piles that are bound together, situated either at the corner of a pier or out in the stream and used for docking and warping vessels Also applied to single piles and bollards on piers that are used for docking and warping
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(dol'-fin) The dolphin is heraldically a fish, irregardless of what it may be zoologically or astronomically When used as a charge it may be extended and natant or hauriant, etc Fishacre of Fishacre bore "Gules, a dolphin natant argent " The dolphin was the emblem of the Dauphins of France [See also DAUPHIN ]
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A mooring post on a wharf or beach
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The Coryphæna hippuris, a fish of about five feet in length, celebrated for its surprising changes of color when dying
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A dolphin is a mammal which lives in the sea and looks like a large fish with a pointed mouth. One of a large group of small, gregarious, streamlined whales or one of two species of oceanic sport and food fishes. Mammalian dolphins are small toothed whales, usually with a well-defined, beaklike snout. (They are sometimes called porpoises, but that name is properly reserved for a blunt-snouted whale family.) The common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) and the bottlenose dolphin, both of the family Delphinidae, are found widely in warm temperate seas, though some inhabit tropical rivers. Most of the 32 delphinid species are marine; gray, blackish or brown above and pale below; and about 3-13 ft (1-4 m) long. River dolphins (family Platanistidae; five species) live mainly in fresh water in South America and Asia. One of the two fish species, Coryphaena hippuras (family Coryphaenidae), also called mahimahi and dorado, is a popular fish of tropical and temperate waters worldwide. The pompano dolphin (C. equiselis) is similar. See also killer whale
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- The sea dolphin used as a sculptured or carved motif Very popular in Flanders (Belgium) and Denmark
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a group of piles driven close together and placed to protect portions of a bridge exposed to possible damage by collision with river or marine traffic
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A mooring buoy or a block or structure to which vessels secure
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= an aquatic mammal A dolphin is a mammal It is not a fish, even though it may look like one
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Deep Ocean Long Path Hydrographic Instrument, a 6,000 m depth capable AUV Another vehicle planned for future implementation in the Autosub project
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{i} type of marine mammal
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A small constellation between Aquila and Pegasus
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A mass of iron or lead hung from the yardarm, in readiness to be dropped on the deck of an enemy's vessel
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In old ordnance, one of the handles above the trunnions by which the gun was lifted
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The dauphin, eldest son of the kings of France
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A mooring buoy or a block of wood with a ring bolt at each end for vessels to ride buy
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A maritime semi submerged man-made structure usually close to shore
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A structure built of a pile or collection of piles
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any of various small toothed whales with a beaklike snout; larger than porpoises
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A cetacean of the genus Delphinus and allied genera esp
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A move in which the swimmer, from a horizontal position on the surface, submerges headfirst and swims down and under, re-emerging at the original location
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See Delphinus, n
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It is the fish commonly known as the dolphin
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A mooring buoy or spar
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delphis; the true dolphin
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large slender food and game fish widely distributed in warm seas (especially around Hawaii)
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A kind of wreath or strap of plaited cordage
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A spar or buoy held by an anchor and furnished with a ring to which ships may fasten their cables
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A permanent fender around a heavy boat just below the gunwale
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A move starting on the back, with a Front Somersault, landing again on the back; more commonly known as a "Bounce-Roll", and less commonly as a "Porpoise"
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A fish, the mahi-mahi or dorado, scientific name Coryphaena hippurus, with a dorsal fin that runs the length of the body, also known for iridescent coloration
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(1) A playful sea mammal Also a type of fish Also a group of piles used for mooring or as a channel marker (2) To extinguish a candle, lamp, or fire
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    التركية النطق

    dälfınz

    النطق

    /ˈdälfənz/ /ˈdɑːlfənz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'däl-f&n, 'dol- ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French dophin, daufin, from Old French dalfin, from Old Provençal, from Medieval Latin dalfinus, alteration of Latin delphinus, from Greek delphin-, delphis; akin to Greek delphys womb, Sanskrit garbha.

    كلمة اليوم

    incredulous
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