grouse

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} dırdır etmek
yakınma
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bağırtlak
(Argo) mükemmel
yakınmak
(Argo) çok iyi
homurdanmak
şikâyet
bir tür keklik
homurdanma
{i} şikayet
{f} şikayet et
söylenmek
orman tavuğu

Tom orman tavuğu avlıyor. - Tom is grouse hunting.

şikayet et(mek)
Sikayet
{i} keklik

Porsuk bir sürü tavşan ve kayın tavuğu, ela keklik, küçük kemirgenler yakalar. - Wolverine catches a lot of hares and black grouses, hazel grouses, small rodents.

i., zool. ormantavuğu
f., k.dili. şikâyet etmek
(Argo) harika
ormantavuğu
excellent
{s} mükemmel

O, konuşmalar yapmada mükemmeldir. - She is excellent at making speeches.

Onun çalışması kabul edilebilir, ama mükemmel olmaktan uzak. - His work was acceptable, but far from excellent.

grouse (about)
(deyim) mızmızlanmak
grouse (about)
(deyim) şikayet etmek
grouse snare
(Askeri) karatavuk tuzağı
caucasian black grouse
huş tavuğu
excellent
berkelam
excellent
ahım şahım
excellent
ömre bedel
excellent
{s} nefis
excellent
en üstün
hazel grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çil
hazel grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dağ tavuğu
wood grouse
ormanhorozu
wood grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çalıhorozu
black grouse
kayın tavuğu
excellent
çok iyi

Bu çok iyi bir restoran ve mükemmel bir çevresi de var. - This is a very good restaurant, and with an excellent environment, as well.

Sonuçlar iyi mi? Evet, çok iyi. - Are the results good? Yes, they're excellent.

sand grouse
bağırtlak
sand grouse
istep tavuğu
sand grouse
çöl tavuğu
sage grouse
adaçayı tavuğu
black grouse
{i} çalıhorozu
excellent
mükemmelen
excellent
faziletli
excellent
üstün/mükemmel
excellent
excellently peka1â
excellent
{s} kusursuz

Kusursuz bir plan gibi görünüyor. - It does seem like an excellent plan.

excellent
mümtaz
excellent
faik
excellent
{s} üstün
grouser
sızlanan kimse
grouser
dırdırcı
grouser
homurdanan
grouser
(İnşaat) palet tırnağı
grouser
(Askeri) PATİNAJ TIRNAĞI: Traktör veya tank tırtılları veya otomobil lastikleri üzerinde bulunan ve çekme kuvvetini arttırmaya yarayan çıkıntılardan biri
haze grouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dağtavuğu
wood grouse
orman horozu
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To complain or grumble. As in 'Duck or Grouse', often written on low beams in pubs
excellent

That food was grouse.

Any of various game birds of the family Tetraonidae which inhabit temperate and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere
A cause for complaint
{n} a fine kind of bird found on heaths
The form grouse is used as the plural for meaning 1
popular game bird having a plump body and feathered legs and feet
flesh of any of various grouse of the family Tetraonidae; usually roasted; flesh too dry to broil
To complain or grumble. As in Duck or Grouse, often written on low beams in pubs
hunt grouse
{i} wild chicken; criticism (Slang)
Any of the numerous species of gallinaceous birds of the family Tetraonidæ, and subfamily Tetraoninæ, inhabiting Europe, Asia, and North America
complain; "What was he hollering about?"
{f} (Slang) complain; criticize
The group includes the ptarmigans (Lagopus), having feathered feet
A grouse is a complaint. There have been grouses about the economy, interest rates and house prices. Any of various plump, chickenlike game birds of the family Tetraonidae, chiefly of the Northern Hemisphere and having mottled brown or grayish plumage. to complain about something = moan grouse about. Any of various game birds in the family Tetraonidae (order Galliformes), including the prairie chicken and ptarmigan, or the sandgrouse (order Columbiformes). The best-known Old World species is the black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix) of Wales, Scotland, Scandinavia, and northern central Europe. The male, iridescent blue-black with white wing bars, may be 22 in. (55 cm) long and weigh about 4 lbs (almost 2 kg); the smaller female is mottled brown and barred with black. Grouse are noted for the male's communal courtship dances. The best-known North American species is the ruffed grouse
If you grouse, you complain. `How come we never know what's going on?' he groused When they groused about the parking regulations, they did it with good humor
A grouse is a wild bird with a round body. Grouse are often shot for sport and can be eaten. The party had been to the grouse moors that morning. Grouse is the flesh of this bird eaten as food. The menu included roast grouse
They have plump bodies, strong, well-feathered legs, and usually mottled plumage
popular game bird having a plump body and feathered legs and feet flesh of any of various grouse of the family Tetraonidae; usually roasted; flesh too dry to broil hunt grouse
To seek or shoot grouse
tetraonidae
black grouse
A large, black bird with a lyre-shaped tail, Tetrao tetrix
black-grouse
Attributive form of black grouse, noun
grouser
A person who grouses; a grumbler
grouser
A protrusion on the surface of a wheel or continuous track segment, intended to increase traction in soil, snow, or other loose material
grouser
A temporary pile driven into the bottom of a river to hold a boat in position; a spud
hazel grouse
A bird in grouse family, Bonasa bonasia
red grouse
A medium-sized bird, Lagopus lagopus scotica, of the grouse family, found in heather moorland in Great Britain and Ireland
ruffed grouse
An American game bird, Bonasa umbellus; the male makes drumming sounds with its wings
sage grouse
A large grouse of western North America having mottled gray, black and buff plumage (Centrocercus urophasianus) which feeds on the buds of the sagebrush
sage-grouse
Alternative spelling of sage grouse
willow grouse
Lagopus lagopus, a medium-sized bird in the grouse family
asian black grouse
a black grouse of western Asia
black grouse
{i} large grouse the male of which is black and white marks on its wings
black grouse
A Eurasian game bird (Lyrurus tetrix) with black plumage and white wing markings in the male and brownish barred plumage in the female
black grouse
grouse of which the male is bluish-black
blue grouse
A wildfowl (Dendragapus obscurus) of western North America, having predominantly gray plumage. Also called dusky grouse, sooty grouse
european black grouse
large northern European black grouse with a lyre-shaped tail
groused
past of grouse
grouser
{i} complainer; grumbler (Slang); (Nautical) pointed log of wood attached to a boat sliding in an upright manner which is pushed into the ground as anchorage
grouser
A pointed timber attached to a boat and sliding vertically, to thrust into the ground as a means of anchorage
grouses
plural of grouse
grousing
present participle of grouse
hazel grouse
{i} woodland grouse native of Europe, hazel hen
red grouse
A grouse (Lagopus lagopus subsp. scoticus) of the British Isles that has chestnut plumage and inhabits open fields. Also called moorfowl
red grouse
reddish-brown grouse of upland moors of Great Britain
ruffed grouse
valued as a game bird in eastern United States and Canada
ruffed grouse
North American species (Bonasa umbellus) of grouse, sometimes incorrectly called a partridge. Ruffed grouse live mainly on berries, fruits, seeds, and buds but also eat much animal food. They are 16-20 in. (40-50 cm) long and have feathered lower legs and a black band on the fan-shaped tail. The male's ruff consists of erectile black feathers on the sides of the neck. Males beat their wings rapidly against the air (called drumming) to proclaim their territory
sage grouse
large grouse of sagebrush regions of North America
sage grouse
A chickenlike bird (Centrocercus urophasianus) of western North America, having long pointed tail feathers that can be spread like a fan
sand grouse
Any of various pigeonlike birds of the genus Pterocles and related genera, of arid and semiarid regions of the Old World
sharp-tailed grouse
large grouse of prairies and open forests of western North America
spruce grouse
North American grouse that feeds on evergreen buds and needles
spruce grouse
A grouse (Canachites canadensis) that is dark gray barred with black, found in swampy forests of northern North America, and popular as a game bird
wood grouse
capercaillie, large black European grouse
grouse
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