goose

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kaz

O, vahşi bir kaz avıydı. - It was a wild goose chase.

O kaz niçin yumurtalarının üstünde oturuyor? - Why does that goose sit on her eggs?

terzi ütüs
argo poposuna vurmak
{i} kaz. f., k.dili. poposuna parmak atmak
aptal/kaz
parmakla
mankafa
kazmak
{i} kaz kafalı

Seni kaz kafalı, onların hepsini yanlış yapıyorsun! - You goose, you're doing it all wrong!

{i} terzi ütüsü
{i} ahmak
{f} parmak atmak
{f} parmaklamak
{ç} geese (gis)
(deyim) aptal
goose bumps
tüyleri ürpermek
goose bumps
(deyim) tüyleri diken diken olma
goose bumps
tüylerin ürpermesi
goose bumps
tüyleri diken diken olmuş
goose down
kaz tüyü
goose feather
(Gıda) kaz tüyü
goose flesh
tüylerin ürpermesi
goose flesh
tüyleri diken diken olmuş
goose pimples
(deyim) tüyleri diken diken olma
goose pimples
tüyleri ürpermek
goose pimples
diken diken olmuş deri
goose pimples
tüylerin ürpermesi
goose barnacle
yabani kaz
goose bump
kaz vuruşu
goose egg
sıfır
goose grease
kaz yağı
goose liver
kaz ciğeri
goose pimples
tüyleri dikleşmiş deri
goose skin
kaz derisi
goose step
kaz adımı
goose step
{f} kaz adımı yürü
goose ...
kaz
goose berry
kaz berry
goose bumps
tüyleri ürpermiş deri
goose flesh( skin)
kaz eti (skin)
goose is cooked
kaz pişirilir
goose pimples
tüyleri diklesmis deri
goose pimples
Tüyleri ürpermiş deri
goose-step
kaz adımı
goose flesh
diken diken olmuş deri
goose flesh
tüyleri ürpermiş deri
goose foot
(Tıp) kaz ayağı
goose grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kaz otu
goose grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) beşparmakotu
goose grass
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yoğurtotu
goose green
(Madencilik) kaz yeşili
goose grey
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kaz otu
goose grey
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) beşparmakotu
goose neck
deve boynu
goose quill
tüy kalem
goose quill
kaz tüyü (sert)
goose skin
tüyleri ürpermiş deri
goose step
dizleri bükmeden yürüme
go goose bumpy
kaz engebeli gitmek
go on a wild goose chase
vahşi bir kaz takip devam
go on a wild goose chase
(deyim) Olmayacak bir şeyin peşinden koşmak
geese
i., çoğ., bak. goose
wild goose chase
boşa kürek çekme
cackle like a goose
kaz gibi gıdıkla
canada goose
kanada kazı
canadian goose
kanada kazı
cook sb's goose
birinin yuvasını yapmak
cook sb's goose
onun hakkından gelmek
geese
kaz kafalılar
geese
budala kimse
geese
kaz

Bu kazlar altın yumurta yumurtlar. - These geese lay golden eggs.

Farklı gruplarda uçan bir grup kaz vardı. - There was a bunch of geese flying in different groups.

geese
aptallar
greylag goose
gri yabani kaz
kill the goose that lays the golden eggs
bindiği dalı kesmek
not say boo to a goose
tavuğa kışt bile diyememek
blue goose
mavi kaz
cackle like a goose
kaz gibi gıdakla
christmas goose
Noel kaz
cook someone's goose
-in canına okumak
duck duck goose
(Oyunlar) 'Yağ satarım, bal satarım' oyunu
geese
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Goose (kaz) isim kelimesinin çoğul hâli, kazlar
get goose bumps
Tüyleri diken diken olmak, tüyleri ürpermek
green goose
yeşil kaz
irregular plural of goose
kaz düzensiz çoğul
kill the goose that laid the golden egg
altın yumurtlayan tavuğu kesmek
kill the goose that lays the golden egg
k. dili altın yumurtlayan kazı kesmek
mother goose
anne kaz
my goose is cooked
benim kaz pişirilir
roast goose
kızartılmış kaz
snow goose
kar kaz
tailor's goose
terzi kaz
wild goose chase
(deyim) Boşa kürek çekme, boşa uğraşma
wild goose chase
zaman kaybı

looking for a perfect job is a wild goose chase.

wild-goose chase
olmayacak şeyin peşinden koşma
can't say bo to a goose
karıncayı incitmez
cook one's goose
{k} işini bozmak
cook s.o.'s goose
{k} -i mahvetmek, -in canına okumak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) işine taş koymak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) birinin yuvasını yapmak
cook someone's goose
(deyim) onun hakkından gelmek
cook someone's goose
(deyim) birinin işini engellemek
cook someone's goose
(deyim) başarısını engellemek
cook someone's goose
(deyim) işini bozmak
ember goose
buz dalgıcı (kuş)
i have goose bumps
tüylerim diken diken oldu
kill the goose lays the golden eggs
altın yumurtlayan tavuğu kesmek
kill the goose that
{k} altın yumurtlayan kazı kesmek
sauce for the goose
What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. Senin bana yaptığını ben de sana yapamaz mıyım?
solan goose
(isim) sümsük kuşu
solan goose
{i} sümsük kuşu
wild goose
yabankazı, sakarmeke. wild-goose chase k.dili. boşuna koşuşma; beyhude bir arayış
wild goose
yabankazı
wild goose
(Gıda) yabani ördek
wild goose chase
olmayacak şeyin peşinden koşma
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Of private-hire taxi drivers, to pick up a passenger who has not pre-booked a cab. This is unauthorised under UK licensing conditions
Any of various grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, bigger than a duck

There is a flock of geese on the pond.

A stupid person
To gently accelerate an automobile or machine, or give repeated small taps on the accelerator
To sharply poke or pinch someone's buttocks. Derived from a goose's inclination to bite at a retreating intruder's hindquarters
A tailor's iron, heated in live coals or embers, used to press fabrics

Come in, tailor. Here you may roast your goose.

{n} a large fowl, taylor's iron, simpleton
flesh of a goose (domestic or wild)
{i} tailor's iron
web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks flesh of a goose (domestic or wild)
A goose is a large bird that has a long neck and webbed feet. Geese are often farmed for their meat
A game played with counters on a board divided into compartments, in some of which a goose was depicted
a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
To sharply and unexpectedly poke someones crotch from behind, like a goose biting
A silly creature; a simpleton
Any large web-footen bird of the subfamily Anserinæ, and belonging to Anser, Branta, Chen, and several allied genera
Any large bird of other related families, resembling the common goose
A grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, bigger than a duck
A tailor's smoothing iron, so called from its handle, which resembles the neck of a goose
To pinch someones buttock
Goose is the meat from a goose that has been cooked. roast goose. see also wild goose chase. to touch or press someone on their bottom as a joke. Any of various large, heavy-bodied waterfowl (family Anatidae), especially those of the genera Anser (so-called gray geese) and Branta (so-called black geese), which are found only in the Northern Hemisphere. Intermediate in size and build between ducks and swans, geese are less fully aquatic than either, and their legs are farther forward, allowing them to walk readily. Geese have a specially modified bill for grasping sedges and grasses, their main diet. The sexes are alike in coloration; males (called ganders) are usually larger than females. Both sexes utter loud honking or gabbling cries while in flight or when danger appears. Geese pair for life. Flocks traveling in V-formations migrate between their northern breeding grounds and southern wintering grounds. See also barnacle goose; Canada goose; greylag; nene. Hawaiian goose barnacle goose Canada goose Mother Goose
web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks
{i} type of swimming bird; goose meat; stupid person (Slang)
{f} (Slang) poke a person's buttocks (in order to surprise); rouse to action
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goose bump
Raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the neck or arms caused by cold, excitement, or fear
goose egg
A swelling or bump on the head
goose egg
Zero; nothing

I missed every question on the quiz and got a goose egg.

goose eggs
plural form of goose egg
goose flesh
Raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the neck or arms caused by cold, excitement, or fear
goose is cooked
All hope is gone; there is no possibility of success

If he doesn't win the next round, then his goose is cooked.

goose pimple
Small bumps on the skin caused by the involuntary erection of hairs in response to cold or fear
goose skin
Raised skin, usually caused by the involuntary erection of hairs on the neck or arms caused by cold, excitement, or fear
goose up
to boost, to take steps to make something appear more attractive
goose wing
A position of sails in a fore-and-aft rigged sailboat, in which the mainsail is set to the leeward and the jib to the windward. This position may be used when running (almost) straight downwind
goose wings
plural form of goose wing
goose-rumped
having a steep, sloping croup, a narrow rump, and a low set to the tail
goose-step
To march with a goose-step
goose-step
A style of marching in which the feet are lifted high in the air in front
goose bump
reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation
goose pimples
Temporary bumpiness of the skin produced by cold or fear, gooseflesh, goose bumps
Goose Green
a place in the Falklands where British soldiers fought with Argentinians in May 1982, and where many soldiers were killed
goose barnacle
Any of various barnacles of the genus Lapas, having a fleshy stalk that attaches to rocks or floating objects such as ship hulls. Also called gooseneck barnacle
goose barnacle
stalked barnacle that attaches to ship bottoms or floating timbers
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the regular bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with the Sniff
goose bump
A manuever to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with the Sniff (See above)
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with The Sniff See Bump
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require especially effective when combined with The Sniff See above
goose bump
A maneuver to use as a last resort when the Regular Bump doesn't get the attention you require, especially effective when combined with The Sniff See above
goose bumps
If you get goose bumps, the hairs on your skin stand up so that it is covered with tiny bumps. You get goose bumps when you are cold, frightened, or excited. = goose pimples. Momentary roughness of the skin caused by erection of the papillae in response to cold or fear. Also called goose flesh, goose pimples
goose bumps
goose flesh, goose pimples, bumpy condition of the skin caused by a physical or emotional sensation (i.e. cold, fear, surprise)
goose down
down of the goose
goose down
fine under plumage of a goose (often used as insulation in clothing and blankets)
goose egg
Called also duck egg
goose egg
In games, a zero; a score or record of naught; so named in allusion to the egglike outline of the zero sign 0
goose egg
Zero, especially when written as a numeral to indicate that no points have been scored
goose egg
{i} zero, nothing, zilch
goose feathers
feathers taken from a goose (used as quilting, pillow stuffing, etc.)
goose flesh
goose flesh, goose pimples, bumpy condition of the skin caused by a physical or emotional sensation (i.e. cold, fear, surprise)
goose grass
coarse annual grass having fingerlike spikes of flowers; native to Old World tropics; a naturalized weed elsewhere
goose grass
annual weedy grass used for hay
goose grass
low-growing perennial having leaves silvery beneath; northern United States; Europe; Asia
goose grass
annual having the stem beset with curved prickles; North America and Europe and Asia
goose grease
grease derived from geese
goose liver
liver of a goose used as meat
goose neck
Handlebar stem, particularly a stem with a long forward extension
goose neck
(illustrated)
goose pimple
pilomotor reflex: reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation
goose pimples
Goose pimples are the same as goose bumps. goose·bumps goose·flesh small raised spots on your skin that you get when you are cold or frightened
goose pimples
(British) temporary bumpiness of the skin produced by cold or fear, gooseflesh, goose bumps
goose skin
goose flesh, goose pimples, bumpy condition of the skin caused by a physical or emotional sensation (i.e. cold, fear, surprise)
goose step
A military parade step executed by swinging the legs sharply from the hips and keeping the knees locked
goose step
a manner of marching with legs straight and swinging high march in a military fashion
goose-step
When soldiers goose-step, they lift their legs high and do not bend their knees as they march. photos of soldiers goose-stepping beside fearsome missiles
got goose-flesh
bumps appeared on his skin, his skin began to tingle (from fear or cold)
Canada goose
A large goose, Branta canadensis
Canadian goose
Alternative form of Canada goose

Pisces Fish - George Harrison.

barnacle goose
A black and white species of bird from the northern hemisphere, scientifically known as the Branta leucopsis
bean goose
A grey goose, Anser fabalis, of the Anatidae family
brant goose
A small member of the goose family (Anatidae), Branta bernicla
brent goose
A small member of the goose family (Anatidae), Branta bernicla
greylag goose
Anser anser, a goose found across much of the Palearctic
greylag-goose
Attributive form of greylag goose, noun

This duck has a greylag-goose taste to it.

kill the goose that lays the golden eggs
To seek short term gain at the sacrifice of long term profit
laughing goose
The European white-fronted goose (Anser albifrons)
laughing-goose
Attributive form of laughing goose

a laughing-goose look about him.

magpie-goose
Anseranas semipalmata, a member of the bird order Anseriformes, resident breeder in northern Australia and southern New Guinea, having black and white plumage and yellowish legs
rood goose
the barnacle goose
sauce for the goose
A short form of what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
silly goose
Silly person, usually referring to female
what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
If something is acceptable for one person, it is acceptable for another
white-fronted goose
a goose that has bright orange legs and mouse-coloured upper wing-coverts, Anser albifrons
wild goose
any of many species of wildlife goose, such as the greylag goose or the Canada goose, whose wedge fly in a wedge or V form, or cuneiform, as opposed to the domesticated goose that would not fly
wild goose chase
Alternative spelling of wild-goose chase
wild goose chases
plural form of wild goose chase
wild-goose chase
A futile search, a fruitless errand; a useless and often lengthy pursuit

I went on a wild-goose chase all over the town looking for that adapter until I discovered they no longer make them.

wild-goose chase
A task whose execution is inordinately complex relative to the value of the outcome

Diagnosing this software application's problems is a wild-goose chase because it is built in an environment that has poor debugging tools.

wild-goose chases
plural form of wild-goose chase
wouldn't say boo to a goose
describing a quiet, exceptionally shy person
blue goose
North American wild goose having dark plumage in summer but white in winter. (synonym) Chen caerulescens
duck duck goose
(Oyunlar) Duck, duck, goose (called Duck, Duck, Gray Duck in Minnesota) is a traditional children's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten
duck duck goose
Duck Duck Goose is a traditional children's game or adult's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten or high school
wild goose chase
(deyim) A waste of time, a long chase without result
wild goose chase
(deyim) 1. (figuratively) A futile search, a fruitless errand; a useless and often lengthy pursuit.2. A task whose execution is inordinately complex relative to the value of the outcome

1. I went on a wild-goose chase all over the town looking for that adapter until I discovered they no longer make them. 2. Diagnosing this software application's problems is a wild-goose chase because it is built in an environment that has poor debugging.

Canada goose
A common wild goose (Branta canadensis) of North America, having grayish plumage, a black neck and head, and a white throat patch. Brown-backed, light-breasted goose (Branta canadensis) with black head and neck and white cheeks. Subspecies vary in size, from the 3-lb (1.4-kg) cackling goose to the 20-lb (8-kg) giant Canada goose, which has a wingspread of up to 6.5 ft (2 m). Canada geese breed across Canada and Alaska and winter mainly in the southern U.S. and Mexico; they have been introduced into England and other countries. They are an important game bird. Their almost incessant honking draws attention to their V-formations during migrations. In recent years their population in North America has greatly increased
Canadian goose
Variant of Canada goose
GOOS
international partnership of oceanographic observers and researchers who exchange information and plans in order to understand the health and future of the oceans worldwide
Mother Goose
fictitious author of a collection of English nursery rhymes that were probably first published in the 1700's
Mother Goose
The imaginary author of Mother Goose's Tales, a collection of nursery rhymes first published in London in the 18th century. Fictitious old woman, reputedly the source of the body of traditional children's songs and verses known as nursery rhymes. Often pictured as a beak-nosed, sharp-chinned old woman riding on the back of a flying gander, she was first associated with nursery rhymes in Mother Goose's Melody (1781), published by the successors of John Newbery. The name apparently derived from the title of Charles Perrault's collection of fairy tales Ma Mère l'oye (1697; "My Mother Goose"). The persistent rumour that Mother Goose was an actual Boston woman is false
barnacle goose
European goose smaller than the brant; breeds in the far north
barnacle goose
A waterfowl (Branta leucopsis) of northern Europe and Greenland that breeds in the Arctic and has a white face with a black streak between the eyes and bill. Species (Branta leucopsis) of waterbird that resembles a small Canada goose, with dark back, white face, and black neck and bib. It winters in the northern British Isles and on the coasts of Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands. In the Middle Ages, it was thought to hatch from barnacles, and thus was considered "fish" and could be eaten on Fridays
blue goose
North American wild goose having dark plumage in summer but white in winter
brand goose
A species of wild goose (Branta bernicla) usually called in America brant
chinese goose
very large wild goose of northeast Asia; interbreeds freely with the graylag
common brant goose
the best known variety of brant goose
cook one's goose
kill someone, give someone what they have coming, put an end to someone
domestic goose
goose that has been raised by man
don't kill the goose that lays golden eggs
do not ruin a good thing by being overly desirous
geese
Geese is the plural of goose. Plural of goose. the plural of goose
geese
irregular plural of goose
geese
pl
geese
of Goose
goos
third-person singular of goo
goos
plural of , goo
goosed
past of goose
gooses
third-person singular of goose
goosing
present participle of goose
kill the goose that lays the golden eggs
{f} destroy something that is very profitable through greed or stupidity; ruin something that makes a lot of money
mother goose
the imaginary author of a collection of nursery rhymes
sea goose
A phalarope
snow goose
A North American wild goose (Chen caerulescens or Anser caerulescens) that breeds in Arctic regions, having a dusky gray color phase when young and a white plumage with black wingtips as an adult
snow goose
blue goose in the white color phase
solan goose
The common gannet
solan goose
{i} very large gannet
wild goose
type of feral bird
wild goose
Any of numerous species of undomesticated geese, as the Canada goose and the graylag
wild goose chase
pursuit of something which is extremely unlikely to be attained, searching in vain
wild goose chase
If you are on a wild goose chase, you waste a lot of time searching for something that you have little chance of finding, because you have been given incorrect information. Harry wondered if Potts had deliberately sent him on a wild goose chase. a situation where you are looking for something that does not exist or that you are very unlikely to find, so that you waste a lot of time
wild-goose chase
the fruitless pursuit of something unattainable
goose

    التركية النطق

    gus

    المترادفات

    goose iron

    النطق

    /ˈgo͞os/ /ˈɡuːs/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'güs ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English gōs, from Proto-Germanic *gans (compare West Frisian goes, Dutch gans, German Gans, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish gås), from Proto-Indo-European *g̑ʰans- (compare Irish gé, Latin ānser, Latvian zùoss, Russian гусь (gus'), Albanian gatë, Ancient Greek χήν (khén), Avestan

    كلمة اليوم

    tachyphagia
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