feathered

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الإنجليزية - التركية
tüylü
{s} tüylü (kuş)
{s} kuştüyü ile yapılmış
zengin et
zengin olmuş
feather
tüy

Tom bir kuş tüyü yastıkla Mary'yi boğdu. - Tom suffocated Mary with a feather pillow.

Erkek tavus kuşunun renkli kuyruk tüyleri vardır. - The male peacock has colorful tail feathers.

feather
kuş tüyü

Saçında bir kuş tüyü var. - You have a feather on your hair.

Tom bir kuş tüyü yastıkla Mary'yi boğdu. - Tom suffocated Mary with a feather pillow.

feathered pitch
kılıçlama hatvesi
feathered tribe
kuşlar
feathered tribe
kuş cinsi
feathered tribes
kuşlar
feathered tribes
kuş cinsi
feather
{i} kuştüyü

Benim kuştüyümü gördün mü - Have you seen my feather?

feather
zengin etmek
feather
kuştüyü ile kaplamak
feather
kama
feather
uçucu
feather
dil
feather
tüyle kaplamak
feather
{f} zengin et
yellow feathered bird
sarı tüylü kuş
feather
tüy takmak
feather
tüylerle donatmak
feather
{f} tüylenmek (kuş)
feather
{i} köpük (dalga)
feather
köpük tüylerle donatmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Simple past tense and past participle of feather
of a finely bevelled edge
having the blades of oars or propellers parallel to the direction of motion
covered with feathers
Having a fringe of feathers, as the legs of certian birds; or of hairs, as the legs of a setter dog
having or covered with feathers or plumage; "our feathered friends"
having or covered with feathers or plumage; "our feathered friends
Birds are sometimes referred to as our feathered friends
Having feathers; said of an arrow, when the feathers are of a tincture different from that of the shaft
past of feather
adorned with feathers or plumes
If you describe something as feathered, you mean that it has feathers on it. the ceremonial feathered hat worn by Hong Kong's governor
Furnished with anything featherlike; ornamented; fringed; as, land feathered with trees
Clothed, covered, or fitted with (or as with) feathers or wings; as, a feathered animal; a feathered arrow
{s} having or covered with feathers; like a feather; moving swiftly
feathered his nest
increased his fortune by taking advantage of circumstances
feather
To arrange in the manner or appearance of feathers

The stylist feathered my hair.

feather
To rotate the oars while they are out of the water to reduce wind resistance
feather
To intergrade or blend the pixels of an image with those of a background or neighboring image
feather
A branching, hair-like structure that grows on the wings of birds that allows their wings to create lift

Nesting birds pluck some of their own feathers to line the nest, but feather plucking in pet birds is entirely different.

feather
To streamline the blades of an aircraft's propeller by rotating them perpendicular to the axis of the propeller when the engine is shut down so that the propeller doesn't windmill as the aircraft flies

After striking the bird, the pilot feathered the left, damaged engine's propeller.

feather
To cover with feathers
feather
{n} a plume, covering of birds, ornament or badge of honor
feather
{v} to cover with plumes or plumage
feather
A longitudinal strip projecting as a fin from an object, to strengthen it, or to enter a channel in another object and thereby prevent displacement sidwise but permit motion lengthwise; a spline
feather
that is, of the same species
feather
How do you get an image to fade out to the edges ? Andy's Photoshop #29 - Feathered Edges
feather
turn the paddle; in canoeing
feather
A thin wedge driven between the two semicylindrical parts of a divided plug in a hole bored in a stone, to rend the stone
feather
Kind; nature; species; from the (Atasözü)ial phrase, "Birds of a feather,"
feather
A natural inclusion in the diamond that is not normally noticed without a loupe
feather
Kind; nature; species; from the (Atasözü)ial phrase, "Birds of a feather," that is, of the same species
feather
To turn to a horizontal plane; said of oars
feather
The Egyptian Goddess Maat, Her Emblem is the feather of Truth and Justice who stands in the halls of the under-world ready to place her Feather of Truth on the scales if the heart balanced with the feather they would have eternal life If s/he didn't’t then the waiting monster Amemait would eat their heart
feather
n bulu
feather
join tongue and groove, in carpentry
feather
To hit a controlled shot with a full swing By slowing down the club-head speed, the golfer hits a shot that travels less distance than a full club would normally allow, causing the ball to land softly like a feather The shot is popular in match play because it can confuse an opponent into thinking that more club is needed to hit a certain shot
feather
{f} produce feathers; furnish with feathers, decorate with feathers, stuff with feathers; resemble a feather; move like a feather
feather
the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds
feather
The skived portion of the edge of the insole where it has been sewn to the upper leather It is reduced by beating with the pane, or thin edge, of the hammer, or rubbed down with the long stick [Devlin, 1840], or actually skived with a knife [Rees, 1813]
feather
sit
feather
grow feathers; "The young sparrows are fledging already"
feather
To grow or form feathers; to become feathered; often with out; as, the birds are feathering out
feather
To furnish with a feather or feathers, as an arrow or a cap
feather
To render light as a feather; to give wings to
feather
To turn the blade over, parallel to the water, at the end of the pull-through, to lessen wind resistance If feathered underwater a crab will result
feather
To make a great pass
feather
to ruffle someone's feathers: see ruffle. Component structure of the outer covering and flight surfaces of all modern birds. Unique to birds, feathers apparently evolved from the scales of birds' reptilian ancestors. Feathers are variously specialized for insulation, flight, formation of body contours, display, and sensory reception. Unlike the hair of most mammals, feathers do not cover the entire skin surface of birds but are arranged in symmetrical tracts alternating with areas of bare skin, which may contain the small, soft feathers called down. A typical feather consists of a central shaft (rachis), with serial paired branches (barbs) forming a flattened, usually curved surface the vane. The barbs possess further branches, the barbules, and the barbules of adjacent barbs are attached to one another by hooks, stiffening the vane
feather
To rotate the blade of an oar while rowing so the blade is parallel to the surface of the water
feather
One of the fins or wings on the shaft of an arrow
feather
The angular adjustment of an oar or paddle-wheel float, with reference to a horizontal axis, as it leaves or enters the water
feather
turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls
feather
Body covering of birds, important for flight and warmth, and similar to hair and scales Like hair and scales, they are made from a substance called keratin and grow from the skin
feather
To enrich; to exalt; to benefit
feather
To have the appearance of a feather or of feathers; to be or to appear in feathery form
feather
To turn the spoon flat and parallel to the water during the recovery phase
feather
To curdle when poured into another liquid, and float about in little flakes or "feathers;"
feather
{i} one of the appendages which grow from a bird's skin (made up of thin strands projecting from a horny central stem); kind, nature
feather
A tuft of peculiar, long, frizzly hair on a horse
feather
One of the peculiar dermal appendages, of several kinds, belonging to birds, as contour feathers, quills, and down
feather
as, the cream feathers
feather
To turn the blade of an oar while rowing so that it's parallel to the surface of the water The blade should be feathered during release to minimize air resistance
feather
A bird's feathers are the soft covering on its body. Each feather consists of a lot of smooth hairs on each side of a thin stiff centre. a hat that she had made herself from black ostrich feathers. a feather bed. see also feathered
feather
turning an oar parallel to the water between pulls the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds turn the oar, while rowing turn the paddle; in canoeing cover or fit with feathers join tongue and groove, in carpentry
feather
To cut off an aircraft engine, usually in response to airborne problem or emergency
feather
turn the oar, while rowing
feather
an effect which blurs the edges of an image to create the illusion that it is fading towards its edges
feather
A technique which involves rotating the handle of the oar 90 degrees so that the blade is parallel to the water Used predominantly to ease the handling of the blade during the stroke, but also decreases wind resistance
feather
To tread, as a cock
feather
Pitching of blades to the position where the turning force is zero
feather
To finely shave or bevel an edge
feather
To adorn, as with feathers; to fringe
feather
The fringe of long hair on the legs of the setter and some other dogs
feather
(wind) Turning the sails or the ROTOR of a WIND MACHINE out of the wind to protect the device from damage from high WIND VELOCITIES F - mettre en drapeau S - poner en bandolera
feather
The graduated area along the edge of a selection, giving the area a soft edge
feather
To curdle when poured into another liquid, and float about in little flakes or "feathers;" as, the cream feathers
feather
cover or fit with feathers
tarred-and-feathered(a)
smeared with tar and covered with feathers as a punishment; "the poor tarred-and-feathered wretch
feathered

    الواصلة

    feath·ered

    التركية النطق

    fedhırd

    النطق

    /ˈfeᴛʜərd/ /ˈfɛðɜrd/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'fe-[th]&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English fether, from Old English; akin to Old High German federa wing, Latin petere to go to, seek, Greek petesthai to fly, piptein to fall, pteron wing.

    كلمة اليوم

    arborescent
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