hill

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الإنجليزية - التركية
tepe

Tepe karla kaplı olurdu. - The hill used to be covered in snow.

Köpekli birisi, tepede bayağı yavaştı. - The person with the dog was so slow on the hill.

{i} tepecik
{i} yokuş
tepelemek
yığmak
toprak yığmak
baş ucu
{i} yığın
tepe oluşturmak
bayır
hill
hill station
dağ istasyonu
hill and dale recording
inişli çıkışlı kaydetme
hill meadow
tepe otlağı
hill station
yayla
hill town
höyük
hill country
tepe ülke
hill of beans
fasulye tepe
hill side
tepe yan
hill walking
tepe yürüyüş
hill climb
tırmanma
hill climbing
tepe tırmanan
hill fire
kontrol edilemeyen yangın
hill fog
(Meteoroloji) tepe sisi
hill of health
sağlık belgesi
hill shading
(Askeri) GÖLGE RÖLYEFİ: Eğer ışık belli bir yönden geliyorsa, haritada rölyeflerin yüksek yerlerde gölgelerle gösterilmesi metodu
hill shading
(Askeri) gölge rölyefi
hill start aid
yokuşta kalkış desteği
hill town
(İnşaat) tepekent
hill up
toprak yığmak
over the hill
(deyim) yaşlanmış

Henüz yaşlanmış değilim. - I'm not over the hill yet.

over the hill
(deyim) çok eski
rocky hill
kayalık tepe
up hill and down dale
(deyim) baştan sona
ant-hill
kumurska yuvası
dung hill
gübre yığını
over the hill
yaşını başını almış
up hill and down dale
dere tepe
a hill of beans with
Önemsiz, değersiz şey
ant hill
Karıncaların kurduğu tepe şeklinde yuva
capitol hill
washington DC'de hükümet meclisi binası
capitol hill
ABD kongre binası
down hill
tepeden aşağıya
go down the hill
tepeden gitmek
go over the hill
tepenin üzerinde gitmek
hills
tepelik alan
make a mountain out of a mole hill
(Atasözü) çok abartmak; pireyi deve yapmak ; bire bin katmak ; habbeyi kubbe yapmak
not to be worth a hill of beans/a toot/a damn/a tinker´s damn
k. dili beş para bile etmemek
notting hill carnival
tepe karnaval Notting
observatory hill
Gözlem ya da seyir yapılabilecek tepe

The vibrant scenery of sunrise over the Observatory Hill attracts tourist.

steep hill upwards
sarp bir tepe yukarı
the grass is always greener on the other side of the hill
(Atasözü) Komşunun tavuğu komşuya kaz görünür
the hill
tepe
up the hill
Tepeye
Sam Hill
the -- k.dili. Allah aşkına: What in the Sam Hill do you think you're doing? Sen ne yaptığını zannediyorsun Allah aşkına? Just who the Sam
be over the hill
(deyim) elden ayaktan düşmüş olmak
be over the hill
(deyim) çok yaşlanmış olmak
bottom of hill
(Askeri) vadi
conical hill
dikmen
down hill
(Jeoloji) tepe aşağı
down hill position
(Askeri) düz iniş pozisyonunda kayma
down hill skiing
(Askeri) alp disiplini kayağı
down the hill
tepenin aşağısında
down the hill
tepeden aşağıya
go up hill and down dale
dere tepe düz gitmek
little hill
tepecik
not to be worth a hill
{k} beş para bile etmemek
on the top of the hill
tepenin başında
over the hill
(deyim) 1. zor bolumunu atlatmis 2.orta yasli
potential hill
(Nükleer Bilimler) potansiyel tepesi,gerilim tepesi
potential hill
(Bilgisayar) potansiyel engel
sand hill
{i} kum tepeciği
sand hill
(isim) kum tepeciği
slippery hill
(deyim) riskli durum
top a hill
tepeye çıkmak
top of hill
(Askeri) doruk
التركية - التركية

تعريف hill في التركية التركية القاموس.

HİLL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Helâl. Yapılması günah olmayan
HİLL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Harem-i Kâbe ile mikat arası, hac zamanında Mekke-i Mükerreme dışında ihrama girilen yerin haricinde bulunan saha
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Capitol Hill; the US Congress
A topographic surname for someone who lived on or by a hill
An elevated location smaller than a mountain
The pitcher’s mound
A heap of earth surrounding a plant
A sloping road
{n} a high land, an eminence, a cluster of plants and the earth raised about them
{v} to draw earth round plant
{a} full of or having hills, irregular
A British topographic surname for someone who lived on or by a hill
King of the Hill: Normally a 4 team map 1 capture point to hold/defend
n bukit
Amon[s] Emyn[p]
A natural elevation of land, or a mass of earth rising above the common level of the surrounding land; an eminence less than a mountain
form into a hill
United States railroad tycoon (1838-1916)
(Sir John), M D , botanist (1716-1775) He wrote some farces, which called forth from Garrick the following couplet: "For physic and farces his equal there scarce is His farces are physic, his physic a farce is," Hill-folk The Cameronian Scotch Covenanters, who met clandestinely among the hills Sometimes the Covenanters generally are so called Sir W Scott used the words as a synonym of Cameronians
The earth raised about the roots of a plant or cluster of plants
To place soil up to and around crops, usually planted in rows
n a smaller version of a mountain with a rounded top; 1000 ft from the top to bottom of the hill slope is often used as the superficial distinction between a hill and mountain
structure consisting of an artificial heap or bank usually of earth or stones; "they built small mounds to hide behind"
(baseball) the slight elevation on which the pitcher stands
A hill is an area of land that is higher than the land that surrounds it. We trudged up the hill to the stadium. Maple Hill
a local and well-defined elevation of the land
risque English comedian (1925-1992)
Pitcher's mound
A hill is a raised area or mound of land
To surround with earth; to heap or draw earth around or upon; as, to hill corn
a local and well-defined elevation of the land risque English comedian (1925-1992) United States railroad tycoon (1838-1916) form into a hill
A single cluster or group of plants growing close together, and having the earth heaped up about them; as, a hill of corn or potatoes
a natural elevation smaller than a mountain
The pitchers mound
disapproval If you say that someone is over the hill, you are saying rudely that they are old and no longer fit, attractive, or capable of doing useful work. He doesn't take kindly to suggestions that he is over the hill. American Confederate officer active in the Seven Days' Battle, the Second Battle of Bull Run, and the Battle of Antietam (all 1862). His charge began the Battle of Gettysburg (1863). American railroad magnate who promoted the Great Northern Railway and with J.P. Morgan wrested control of the Northern Pacific Railroad from E.H. Harriman in a stock market struggle that provoked the Panic of 1901. Bunker Hill Battle of Hill David Octavius and Robert Adamson Hill James Jerome Hill Joe Hill painting
A cluster of plants or roots with a pile of earth around it
Smaller than a mountain, a raised part of the earth
{i} raised area of land (smaller than a mountain); slope, gradient, incline; heap, pile, mound
Allen
hill climb
To attempt to ascend a steep slope using a motor vehicle

Hill climbing requires considerable skill.

hill climb
A sporting event, during which vehicles are driven or ridden up a steep incline. The goal is to reach the highest level on the slope
hill of beans
Something of no importance

The problems of two people don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world.

hill partridge
a partridge of the genus Aborophila, of which numerous species inhabit Southern Asia and the East Indies
hill station
In Southeast Asia a small community located at a relatively high elevation which serves as a retreat or vacation location during the hot summers; historically, a village or military post so used by colonial officials

For builder Rakesh Prajapati, the ideal weekend is trekking up the wild path to reach hill station Matheran.

hill-fort
A prehistoric fortification constructed on a hill
hill-station
Alternative spelling of hill station
hill myna
A starling (Gracula religiosa) native to Europe and North America, having the capacity to mimic human speech and often kept as a pet
hill myna
glossy black Asiatic starling often taught to mimic speech
hill start
move from park to drive while on an upward incline
hill station
a town in the hills in South Asia
Blue Hill
a small town located in Hancock County in Maine
Boot Hill
Name used for many cemeteries in the American Old West; nickname for any cemetery

Where have all the TV Westerns gone? A genre once adored by viewers lies dead, but not forgotten, in television's Boot Hill.

Capitol Hill
Congress

A political reality of Capitol Hill is that the party in control has always taken care of its own and, as the minority sees it, gives them the shaft..

Capitol Hill
The hill in Washington, DC, on which is located the Capitol, where Congress holds its sessions
Chapel Hill
A town in the United States famous for its university, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ludgate Hill
a street in the City that runs from St Paul's Churchyard, joining Fleet Street at Ludgate Circus
Mission Hill
a neighborhood located in Boston, MA
Sam Hill
Intensifier

Walter poured syrup on his vegetables and meat with a generous hand. He probably would have poured it into his milk glass had I not asked what the sam hill he was doing.

Tukeit Hill frog
The only recognised species in the Allophryne genus, found in South America
ant-hill
A mound-shaped nest built or inhabited by ants or termites
king of the hill
A child's game where one player stands on top of a hill or other location atop an incline, attempting to repel other players whose goal is to capture his position

He twisted his ankle while playing king of the hill and was not allowed to play again.

king of the hill
A person who has achieved a measure of success and is considered to be a leader in his field

He was considered a renegade in journalism until he won the Pulitzer Prize, but now he is the king of the hill''..

over the hill
Old, past the prime of life

Mrs. Joiner is over the hill.

up hill and down dale
Here and there; everywhere
a hill of beans with
(deyim) (negative) something of little importance or value
the grass is always greener on the other side of the hill
(Atasözü) We are often not satisfied and want to be somewhere else; a place that is far away or different seems better than where we are

John is always changing his job because the grass always looks greener to him on the other side of the fence.

A hill
tor
A hill
bergh
A hill
brew
A hill
more
Ammunition Hill
hill in Jerusalem where a bloody battle took place during the Six Day War
Battle of Bunker Hill
Important colonial victory early in the American Revolution. Two months after the battles of Lexington and Concord, more than 15,000 colonial troops assembled near Boston to prevent the British army from occupying several hills around the city. The colonists fortified Bunker Hill (originally Breed's Hill) across the Charles River from Boston. Though they withstood a cannonade from British ships in Boston Harbor on June 17, 1775, and fought off assaults by 2,300 British troops, they were eventually forced to retreat. British casualties (about 1,000) and the colonists' fierce resistance convinced the British that subduing the rebels would be difficult
Battle of Bunker Hill
first major battle of the American Revolutionary War which took place on the 17th of June 1775
Battle of San Juan Hill
battle of the Spanish-American War which took place in eastern Cuba in 1898
Breed's Hill
A hill in Charlestown, a section of Boston, Massachusetts. It was the site of the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775
Capitol Hill
The U.S. Congress
Capitol Hill
location of the United States Capitol building (Washington D.C.)
Cherry Hill
An urban township of west-central New Jersey east-southeast of Camden. It is mainly residential. Population: 69,319
David Octavius and Robert Adamson Hill
born 1802, Perth, Scot. died May 17, 1870, Newington born 1821, Berunside, Scot. died Jan. 1848, St. Andrews Scottish photographers. Hill, originally a painter, was a founding member of the Royal Scottish Academy and its secretary for 40 years. In 1843 he enlisted the help of Adamson, a chemist experienced in photography, in photographing the delegates to the founding convention of the Free Church of Scotland. They used the calotype process, by which an image was developed from a paper negative. In these and other portraits they demonstrated a masterly sense of form and composition and a dramatic use of light and shade. Their five-year partnership resulted in some 3,000 photographs, including many views of Edinburgh and small fishing villages. Before Adamson died at age 27, they produced some of the greatest photographic portraits of the 19th century
Fanny Hill
a book written in 1749 by John Cleland about the sexual adventures of a young woman, Fanny Hill. It is written in a very elegant style but has many sex scenes
Hills
Berkshire Hills Beverly Hills Black Hills Cheviot Hills Chin Hills Grampian Hills Naga Hills
James J Hill
born Sept. 16, 1838, near Guelph, Ont., Can. died May 29, 1916, St. Paul, Minn., U.S. Canadian-U.S. financier and railroad builder. He began his career in St. Paul overseeing steamboat transportation. In 1873 he reorganized a bankrupt railroad as the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Manitoba Railway Co. and was named its president in 1882. The Great Northern Railway Co. absorbed the St. Paul line in 1890, and Hill became its president (1893-1907) and chairman of the board (1907-12). The Northern Pacific and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroads also came under Hill's control; Edward Harriman's attempt to seize control of Northern Pacific from him (1901) triggered a Wall Street panic. Hill's banking activity as president of Northern Securities Co. was declared in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act in 1904
James Jerome Hill
born Sept. 16, 1838, near Guelph, Ont., Can. died May 29, 1916, St. Paul, Minn., U.S. Canadian-U.S. financier and railroad builder. He began his career in St. Paul overseeing steamboat transportation. In 1873 he reorganized a bankrupt railroad as the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Manitoba Railway Co. and was named its president in 1882. The Great Northern Railway Co. absorbed the St. Paul line in 1890, and Hill became its president (1893-1907) and chairman of the board (1907-12). The Northern Pacific and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroads also came under Hill's control; Edward Harriman's attempt to seize control of Northern Pacific from him (1901) triggered a Wall Street panic. Hill's banking activity as president of Northern Securities Co. was declared in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act in 1904
Joe Hill
a US trade union leader, who tried to help workers to get better pay and more rights. He also wrote many songs on social subjects, including Casey Jones (1879-1915). orig. Joel Emmanuel Hägglund born Oct. 7, 1879, Gävle, Swed. died Nov. 19, 1915, Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S. Swedish-U.S. songwriter and organizer for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). Hill immigrated to the U.S. 1902 and joined the IWW in 1910. His songs of protest and solidarity including "The Preacher and the Slave," in which he coined the phrase pie in the sky to mock the "reward" awaiting the meek in the next world became widely popular. In 1914 he was arrested in Salt Lake City and charged with the murder of a grocer and his son during a robbery. Convicted on circumstantial evidence despite mass demonstrations on his behalf, Hill was executed by a firing squad. His death made him a martyr in the eyes of the radical U.S. labour movement
Notting Hill Carnival
a street carnival that takes place in the Notting Hill area of West London in August every year, mostly involving black people and famous for the colourful costumes worn and the steel band music played
Rock Hill
A city of northern South Carolina north of Columbia. It is a manufacturing and processing center. Population: 41,643
San Juan Hill
An elevation in eastern Cuba near Santiago de Cuba. It was captured by Cuban and American forces on July 1, 1898, during the Spanish-American War. Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders became famous for a charge up the hill during the battle
a hill of beans
(Informal) something trivial or barely worth consideration, something valueless
ant hill
soil heaped up by ants around their nest opening
beacon hill
a fashionable section of Boston; site of the Massachusetts capital building
bunker hill
the first important battle of the American War of Independence (1775); the British defeated the colonial forces
capitol hill
a hill in Washington, DC where the capitol building sits and Congress meets; "they are debating the budget today on Capital Hill
capitol hill
location of the United States Capitol building where Congress meets
chapel hill
a town in central North Carolina; site of the University of North Carolina
hills
hilly land; "they loved to roam the hills of West Virginia"; "the Black Hills
hills
hilly land; "they loved to roam the hills of West Virginia"; "the Black Hills"
hills
plural of hill
large hill
{i} (Ski) ski jump hill 120 meters high
mole-hill
small mound of earth created by moles
nob hill
a fashionable neighborhood in San Francisco
normal hill
{i} (Ski) ski jump hill 90 meters high
over the hill
{s} plethoric, abundant; (Informal) past a person's prime vigor and freshness; too old; over middle age
sand hill
{i} dune; hill of sand
the Battle of Bunker Hill
the first main battle of the American Revolutionary War, in Boston, Massachusetts in 1775. Although the British army won the battle, the American colonists killed and wounded more than 1000 British soldiers, and proved that their army was more powerful and effective than the British expected them to be
up hill and down dale
all over an area; with vigor and perseverance
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف hill في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

hacet tepesi hill
with a shrine at the top where people pray and offer petitions
hill

    الواصلة

    Hill

    التركية النطق

    hîl

    المتضادة

    canyon, ditch, gulley

    النطق

    /ˈhəl/ /ˈhɪl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ hil ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English hyll (“hill”), from Proto-Germanic *hulliz (“stone, rock”), from Proto-Indo-European *kolən-, *koləm- (“top, hill, rock”). Cognate with Middle Dutch hille, hulle (“hill”), Low Saxon hull (“hill”), Old Norse hallr (“stone”), Latin collis (“hill”), Old English holm (“rising land, island”). More at holm.

    الازمنة

    hills, hilling, hilled

    فيديوهات

    ... life in this old village perched on the hill is a typical example of turkish ...
    ... Capitol Hill working with members of the House and Senate on a bill that can get support ...

    كلمة اليوم

    heliolatry
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