hike

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الإنجليزية - التركية
engebeli arazide uzun yürüyüş yapmak
hike yükselt/yürüyüşe çık
{f} gezmek
{f} yürümek

Ben dağlarda yürümekten hoşlanırım. - I like to hike in the mountains.

fiyatı yükseltmek
uzun yürüyüşe çıkmak
toplamak (eteğini)
yükseltmek (fiyatı)
artış
artırmak
{f} kırlarda yürüyüşe çık
(kırda) uzun yürüyüş
{f} yürüyüşe çıkmak

Yürüyüşe çıkmak için en iyi mevsim sonbahardır. - Autumn is the best season for going on hikes.

Yürüyüşe çıkmak için mükemmel bir gün. - It's a perfect day for a hike.

{f} dolaşmak
{f} (fiyatı) yükseltmek, artırmak
{i} uzun ve çetin yürüyüş
{f} gezinti yapmak
{i} uzun yürüyüş

Leyla uzun yürüyüşünü bitirdi. - Layla finished her long hike.

toplamak
{i} yukarıya çıkma
{i} yürüyüş

Yürüyüşü iptal etsek iyi olur. - We'd better cancel the hike.

Dağda bazı yürüyüşçülerle karşılaştım. - I met some hikers on the mountain.

{i} gezinti

Gezinti en az sekiz saat sürer. - The hike will take at least eight hours.

Muhtemelen gezintiden sonra biraz yorgun olacağız. - We'll probably be a bit tired after the hike.

{i} yükselme
{f} (eteğini) toplamak
{f} uzun yürüyüş yapmak
{f} yukarı çekmek
hike up
yürüyüş yapmak
hike up
yürüyüş yap
hike up
yukarı çekmek
hike up
yükseltmek
jungle hike
Balta girmemiş ormanda yapılan yürüyüş
hiker
yürüyüşe çıkan kimse
hiker
{i} uzun yürüyüşe çıkan kimse
hiking
(Spor) yürüyüş yapma

Tom'un yürüyüş yapmaktan hoşlandığını düşünmüyorum. - I don't think Tom enjoys hiking.

hiking
(Ticaret) fiyatları yükseltme
price hike
(Ticaret) zam
hiker
uzun yürüyüş yapan
tax hike
vergi artırımı
hiking
yürüyüşü
take a hike
bir zam almak
the hitch hike
otostop
to hike
zam için
hiker
(isim) uzun yürüyüşe çıkan kimse
hiker
{i} uzun yürüyüş yapan kimse
hiking
hike yükselt/yürüyüşe çık
hiking
artış/yürüyüş
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The snap of the ball to start a play
To pull up or tug upwards sharply
A command to a dog sled team, given by a musher
An abrupt increase

The tenants were not happy with the rent hike.

To walk along a hiking trail, especially a nature/scenic long walk, usually without overnight camping gear
To unfairly or suddenly raise a price
To lean out to the windward side of a sailboat in order to counter-balance the effects of the wind on the sails
To snap the ball to start a play
A long walk
A hike is a long walk in the country, especially one that you go on for pleasure. = walk
To hike prices, rates, taxes, or quantities means to increase them suddenly or by a large amount. It has now been forced to hike its rates by 5.25 per cent = raise Hike up means the same as hike. The insurers have started hiking up premiums by huge amounts Big banks were hiking their rates up
an increase in cost; "they asked for a 10% rise in rates"
walk a long way, as for pleasure or physical exercise; "We were hiking in Colorado"; "hike the Rockies"
a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure walk a long way, as for pleasure or physical exercise; "We were hiking in Colorado"; "hike the Rockies" increase; "The landlord hiked up the rents
The act of hiking; a tramp; a march
increase; "The landlord hiked up the rents
increase; "The landlord hiked up the rents"
A hike is a sudden or large increase in prices, rates, taxes, or quantities. a sudden 1.75 per cent hike in Italian interest rates = rise, increase
If you hike, you go for a long walk in the country. You could hike through the Fish River Canyon We plan to hike the Samaria Gorge. + hiking hik·ing heavy hiking boots
a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure walk a long way, as for pleasure or physical exercise; "We were hiking in Colorado"; "hike the Rockies"
{i} long walk, march, trip; increase, raise (as in wages)
{f} make a long journey by foot, walk or march over long distances, trek, backpack; make higher, increase (i.e. prices)
To move with a swing, toss, throw, jerk, or the like
a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure
To hike one's self; specif
the amount a salary is increased; "he got a 3% raise"; "he got a wage hike"
to go with exertion or effort; to tramp; to march laboriously
hike up
To raise or increase sharply

They tried to make more money by putting lots of salt in the popcorn and hiking up the price of drinks.

hike up
To lift; to tug or pull upwards

He hiked up his sagging trousers.

hike up
pull up; "hitch socks and pants
hike up
pull up; "hitch socks and pants"
hike up
increase; "The landlord hiked up the rents"
hitch hike
{i} journey made by hitchhiking
hiking
Present participle of hike
hiking
walking in the countryside for pleasure or sport
take a hike
Used to tell someone to go away
take a hike
To go away; to leave or depart

I wish that pest would just take a hike.

take a hike
To go hiking
hiking
{i} walking, trekking, journeying on foot; making higher, increasing (i.e. prices)
hiked
past of hike
hiker
One who hikes, especially frequently
hiker
A hiker is a person who is going for a long walk in the countryside for pleasure
hiker
{i} one who makes a long journey by foot
hiker
a foot traveler; someone who goes on an extended walk (for pleasure)
hikers
plural of hiker
hikes
third person singular, present tense of the verb to hike
hikes
plural of hike
hiking
the activity of taking long walks in the mountains or country walking. Walking, often among hills or mountains, as recreational sport. It represents an activity in its own right and also figures in backpacking, camping, hunting, mountaineering, and orienteering. Hiking programs are offered by youth groups and other organizations, such as the U.S. Wilderness Society. Trails are preserved in most U.S. federal and state parklands. Most European cities have hiking trails outside them. One of the longest U.S. hiking trails is the Appalachian National Scenic Trail
price hike
rise in price, price increase
take a hike
go away, get out of here, scram
hike
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