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الإنجليزية - التركية
pisboğaz
{i} obur
{i} bencil kimse
{i} domuz
{i} yabandomuzu
{i} açgözlü tip
besi domuzu
açgözlülük yapmak
{f}
(neyinse tümünü) özüne saklamak
obur ve pis kimse
açgözlü domuz
{f} kamburlaştırmak
ehlileştirilmiş domuz
argo açgözIülükle kapmak
{f} kamburlaşmak (gemi)
{f} payından fazlasını almak
obur/domuz
{f} açgözlü davranmak
kamburlaşmak
{f} yelesini kısa kesmek
{i} freze tezgâhı
kendine saklamak
{i} büyük domuz
eğ/kap
{f} domuzluk etmek
{f} yolu işgal etmek
hınzır
hog cholera
domuz vebası
hog nosed
domuz burunlu
hog nosed badger
domuz burunlu porsuk
hog nosed skunk
domuz burunlu kokarca
hog tie
elini kolunu bağla
hog-tie
el ve ayakları beraber bağlamak
hog in armour
zırh içinde domuz
hog killing time
domuz zaman öldürüyor
hog sty
domuz arpacık
hog mane
kısa yele
hog mane
kısa kesilmiş at yelesi
hog the road
yolu işgal etmek
hog the road
yolun ortasından gitmek
hog tie
elleriyle ayaklarını bağlamak
hog tie
zor duruma sokmak
hog tie
elini kolunu bağlamak
hog wash
saçmalık
hog wash
hayvanlara verilen yemek artığı
hog wash
saçma
hog wash
artık
hog wild
argo çılgın
hog's back
{i} kambur tepe
hog's back
{i} domuzsırtı tepe
go hog wild
çılgınlaşmak
hogging
bombe
hogging
belverme
road hog
(Ev ile ilgili) tehlikeli sürücü
road hog
kötü şoför
broad-leaved hog-fennel
padişah otu
go the whole hog
sonunu getirmek
go the whole hog
bir işi tam yapmak
ground hog day
02.Şub
hogged
dar sırtlı
hogged
kısa kesilmiş
hoggish
aç gözlü
hoggish
arsız
live high on the hog
bir eli yağda bir eli balda olmak
road hog
hızlı sürücü
road hog
yolu işgal eden sürücü
sea hog
yunusbalığı
feral hog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Yaban domuzu

Feral hogs are an old world species belonging to the family Suidae, and in Texas.

ground hog day
2 şubat
hedge hog
hedge domuz
live off the hog
off domuz canlı
third person singular of hog
üçüncü kişi domuz tekil
wart hog
afrikadomuzu
whole hog or none
Bütün domuz ya da hiçbiri
giant forest hog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) dev orman domuzu
go hog wild
{k} çılgınlaşmak, çılgınca davranmak, iyice azmak
go the whole hog
(deyim) bir işi tam yapmak,bir işi sonuna kadar götürmek
go whole hog
(the) (bir işi) tamamıyla yapmak, hiçbir şeyi atlamadan yapmak, esaslı bir şekilde yapmak
ground hog
dağ sıçanı
ground hog
yerdomuzu
hoggish
açgözlü
hoggish
saygısız
hoggish
{s} domuz gibi
hoggish
açgözlülük
hoggish
bencil
hoggish
hoggishness arsızlık
hoggish
pis oluş
hoggish
hoggishly arsızca
hoggish
{s} kaba
hoggishly
açgözlü bir şekilde
live high on the hog
(deyim) şatafatlı bir hayat sürmek
live high on the hog
(deyim) para içinde yüzmek
live high on the hog
(deyim) çok rahat bir yaşam sürmek
live high on the hog
(deyim) çok zengin olmak
pygmy hog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) cüce yaban domuzu
road hog
saygısız ve bencil sürücü
road hog
yolun ortasından giden şöför
road hog
kötü şöför
road hog
yolun ortasından giden sürücü
road hog
trafiği karıştıran sürücü
sea hog
yunus balığı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any animal belonging to the Suidae family of mammals, especially the pig, the wart hog, and the boar
To greedily take more than one's share, to take precedence at the expense of another or others

The air-conditioning unit didn't work very good, and there was only one fan; and from the minute me and Winn-Dixie got in the library, he hogged it all.

A greedy person; one who refuses to share
To clip the mane of a horse, making it short and bristly
A large motorcycle, particularly a Harley-Davidson
{n} a general name of swine, a mean wretch
{v} to bend as a hog's back
To scrub with a hog, or scrubbing broom
a person regarded as greedy and pig-like
A quadruped of the genus Sus, and allied genera of Suidæ; esp
A young sheep that has not been shorn
To become bent upward in the middle, like a hog's back; said of a ship broken or strained so as to have this form
a sheep up to the age of one year; one yet to be sheared
If you go the whole hog, you do something bold or extravagant in the most complete way possible. Well, I thought, I've already lost half my job, I might as well go the whole hog and lose it completely. hogged hogging to keep, use, or have all of something that should be shared. Heavy, fat-producing domesticated pig developed in the U.S. in the late 19th and early 20th century. As the growing use of cheaper vegetable oils decreased the importance of lard as a source of fat, meatpackers sought hogs yielding more lean meat and less fat, and breeders (mostly European) began crossbreeding programs to obtain lean meat and vigorous animals. Today the term hog is often used for any pig weighing more than 120 lbs (54 kg)
one-year-old sheep
scrofa, kept for their fat and meat, called, respectively, lard and pork; swine; porker; specifically, a castrated boar; a barrow
A hog is a pig. In British English, hog usually refers to a large male pig that has been castrated, but in American English it can refer to any kind of pig
take greedily; take more than one's share
{f} cause to arch; curve upward (of a ship's keel); shred into little bits with a machine (of wood); cut a horse's mane short, roach; act selfishly, take more than one's fair share
If you hog something, you take all of it in a greedy or impolite way. Have you done hogging the bathroom? see also road hog
the domesticated varieties of S
A device for mixing and stirring the pulp of which paper is made
To cut short like bristles; as, to hog the mane of a horse
To greedily take more than ones share
A mean, filthy, or gluttonous fellow
domestic swine a sheep up to the age of one year; one yet to be sheared a person regarded as greedy and pig-like take greedily; take more than one's share
A stone that doesn't reach the hog line
{i} domestic pig raised for market; any of a number of mammals related to the domestic pig (i.e. boar, wart hog, etc.); greedy person (Slang); something that consumes too much of anything
Machine used to grind wood into chips for use as fuel or for other purposes; the wood used is usually waste wood unfit for lumber or other uses (12)
domestic swine
A rough, flat scrubbing broom for scrubbing a ship's bottom under water
[1] A colloquial term for a Harley Davidson motorcycle
hog fennel
a meadow and woodland plant, Lomatium utriculatum or Peucedanum officinale
hog fuel
an unprocessed mix of coarse chips of bark and wood fiber. Pieces run between a coarse grade of less than 5" to a fine grade of less than 2"
hog gums
plural form of hog gum
hog heaven
A state of contented bliss

The boys were in hog heaven fishing with their dad.

hog island
Any poor town or out-of-way place
hog islands
plural form of hog island
hog line
The line before which the thrower must let go of the rock during delivery
hog line
The line which the stone must completely cross to be considered in play
hog line violation
The failure to release a stone before crossing the near hog line
hog maw
Pig tripe
hog maws
plural form of hog maw
hog town
Any poor town or out-of-way place
hog towns
plural form of hog town
hog waller
Any poor town or out-of-way place, that is populated by hillbillies and their farm animals
hog wallers
plural form of hog waller
hog wallow
A shallow depression denuded of vegetation and potentially muddy, created by the wallowing of hogs
hog wallows
plural form of hog wallow
hog-baying
a sport in which bay dog/dogs are put into a pen and attempt to contain a wild hog for a defined amount of time
hog-tie
to render helpless
hog-tie
To tie an animal's or someone's feet together; originally all four legs of a quadruped
hog-wallowing
Pertaining to people from a poor rural town
hog-wild
enthusiastic or excited to a foolish or irrational extent
hog badger
southeast Asian badger with a snout like a pig
hog cholera
{i} highly contagious viral disease of hogs
hog cholera
A highly infectious, often fatal viral disease of swine, characterized by fever, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and exhaustion. Also called African swine fever. or swine fever Often fatal viral disease of swine in Europe, North America, and Africa, transmitted by vehicles used to carry pigs, people dealing with them, and uncooked garbage in feed. Fever progresses to symptoms that include appetite loss; affected eyes and digestive tract; respiratory difficulty; rash; and inflamed mouth and throat. The pig moves reluctantly and staggers; later it cannot rise; coma follows. Antiserum is rarely effective. Survivors become chronically ill and can spread the virus. Illness must be reported, infected animals slaughtered, and quarantine instituted. A vaccine can control it. The African strain causes death sooner and has no effective prevention or treatment
hog cholera
highly infectious virus disease of swine
hog heaven
A state of utter bliss or contentment: She's in hog heaven over her new sports car
hog peanut
A twining North American vine (Amphicarpaea bracteata) having clusters of pinkish or white flowers and bearing three-seeded pods as well as basal or underground fleshy one-seeded pods
hog peanut
vine widely distributed in eastern North America producing racemes of purple to maroon flowers and abundant (usually subterranean) edible one-seeded pods resembling peanuts
hog pen
{i} sty for hogs, pig pen
hog plum
yellow oval tropical fruit wild plum of southern United States tropical American tree having edible yellow fruit
hog sucker
widely distributed in warm clear shallow streams
hog's back
{i} hogback, back which is curved like a hog's; long crested ridge (Geology)
hog-nosed skunk
large naked-muzzled skunk with white back and tail; of southwestern North America and Mexico
hog-tie
tie together somebody's feet; "The prisoner was hog-tied
hog-tie
tie together somebody's feet; "The prisoner was hog-tied"
gas-hog
vehicle that uses a large amount of gasoline or fuel, or a person who owns or drives such a vehicle
giant forest hog
A large pig living in the jungles of West and Central Africa
go the whole hog
To do something as entirely or completely as possible; to reserve or hold back nothing

If you can afford a new computer, you might as well go the whole hog and get a Mac..

goes the whole hog
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of go the whole hog
going the whole hog
Present participle of go the whole hog
gone the whole hog
Past participle of go the whole hog
high off the hog
Alternative form of high on the hog
high on the hog
Well off; living comfortably or extravagantly

The synthetic belle wins the prize and her creators are eating high off the hog until the nation’s Press demands a look at the original.

hogger
A marijuana cigarette
hogger
One who, or that which, hogs

Against these heroes are the puritans, the hoggers of profit, the shysters, the obfuscators, the do-nothings.

road hog
A motorist who straddles two lanes of traffic or otherwise monopolizes the road
road hog
A bad or inconsiderate driver of a motor vehicle
road-hog
Alternative spelling of road hog

How often that seems to be the case these days, some pushy road-hog you hate turns out to be a little girl at the wheel . - Rabbit is Rich by John Updike.

truffle hog
a domestic pig used for extraction of truffles
went the whole hog
Simple past of go the whole hog
whole hog
The entire amount; the full extent
whole hog
Totally; entirely
whole hog
Committed without restraint
hoggish
{a} filthy, greedy, brutish, clownish
hoggishly
{a} in a hoggish manner, greedily
ball hog
A ball hog is a derisive term in basketball for a player that handles the ball exclusively to the point of impairing the team. "Ball hogging" is generally considered unacceptable playing behavior at all levels of basketball competition. It is not a violation of the rules of basketball. The term is highly subjective, and any individual player might be considered a ball hog by some observers but not by others
eat high on the hog
(deyim) Eat or live well or elegantly

For the first few days after the check arrived, they ate high on the hog.

high off the hog
(deyim) Zenginlik içinde, lüks içinde
high off the hog
(deyim) Having expensive things, in luxury
high on the hog
(deyim) Zenginlik içinde, lüks içinde
high on the hog
(deyim) Having expensive things, in luxury

If I win the lotto, we'll live high on the hog - in a mansion!.

A hog
porker
A hog
puerco
Hogging
sagging
accept the whole hog
embrace something entirely, take something wholly as it is
hogged
Broken or strained so as to have an upward curve between the ends
hogged
past of hog
hogged
See Hog, v
hogged
(of a ship) so weakened as to sag at each end
hogger
A stocking without a foot, worn by coal miners at work
hogger
A shot that comes to rest short of or on the far hog line and is removed from play
hogging
Drooping at the ends; arching; in distinction from sagging
hogging
{i} drooping at the ends of a ship that tends to make the bow and stern lower than the middle part; arching
hogging
present participle of hog
hoggish
resembling swine; coarsely gluttonous or greedy; "piggish table manners"; "the piggy fat-cheeked little boy and his porcine pot-bellied father"; "swinish slavering over food
hoggish
Swinish; gluttonous; filthy; selfish
hoggish
Having the characteristics of a pig
hoggish
Having a gluttonous appetite
hoggish
{s} piggish, crude, selfish
hoggishly
In a hoggish manner
hoggishly
piggishly, crudely, selfishly
hogs
plural of hog
hogs
third person singular of hog
road hog
a driver who obstructs others
road hog
A motorist whose vehicle overlaps the traffic lane used by another motorist. someone who drives badly or too fast without thinking about other people's safety
sand hog
{i} person who digs tunnel under a river ; one who works or digs in sand; one who works underground
sea hog
type of dolphin
sea hog
The porpoise
wart hog
Either one of two species of large, savage African wild hogs of the genus Phacochœrus
wart hog
These animals have a pair of large, rough, fleshy tubercles behind the tusks and second pair behind the eyes
wart hog
The tusks are large and strong, and both pairs curve upward
wart hog
The body is scantily covered with bristles, but there is long dorsal mane
wart hog
Called also vlacke vark
wart hog
The second species P
water hog
The capybara
whole hog
everything, completely, entirely; thoroughly; with all one's heart
whole hog
Completely; unreservedly: swallowed the official version whole hog
whole-hog
{s} entire, whole; all-inclusive
hog

    التركية النطق

    häg

    النطق

    /ˈhäg/ /ˈhɑːɡ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'hog, 'häg ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English, from Old English hogg, hocg (“hog”), possibly from Old Norse hǫggva (“to strike, chop, cut”), from Proto-Germanic *hawwanan (“to hew, forge”), from Proto-Indo-European *kowə- (“to beat, hew, forge”). Cognate with Old High German houwan, Old Saxon hauwan, Old English hēawan (English hew). "Hog" originally meant a castrated male pig. (Compare "hoggett" for a castrated male sheep.) More at hew.

    الازمنة

    hogs, hogging, hogged

    رصف المشتركة

    hog tie

    كلمة اليوم

    phraseology
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