hunt

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} avlanmak

Avlanmak ulusal parklarda yasaktır. - Hunting is forbidden in national parks.

Avlanmak bu alanda yasaklanmıştır. - Hunting is prohibited in this area.

avlamak

Anne kedi kuşları avlamak için dışarı çıktı. - The mother cat went out hunting birds.

{i} av
(Havacılık) salınma
{f} kovalamak
avlanma

Bu park asil bir aile için bir avlanma yeriydi. - This park used to be a hunting ground for a noble family.

O, ormanda avlanmaya gitti. - He went hunting in the woods.

aramak

O, iş aramakla meşguldür. - He is busy with job hunting.

Ben gerçekten iş aramaktan nefret ediyorum. - I really hate job hunting.

araştırmak
{f} avlan

O, ormanda avlanmaya gitti. - He went hunting in the woods.

Bu park asil bir aile için bir avlanma yeriydi. - This park used to be a hunting ground for a noble family.

{f} avla

O, polis tarafından avlandı. - He is hunted by the police.

Bu park asil bir aile için bir avlanma yeriydi. - This park used to be a hunting ground for a noble family.

{f} avda kullanmak
arayıp bul
mak
{f} for -i aramak
{i} av bölgesi
{i} avcı kulübü
hunt up aramak
hunt down yakalayıncaya kadar peşini bırakmamak
elek
(Havacılık) takip etme
avından
hunting
{i} avcılık

Onun sevdiği eğlenceler avcılık ve golf. - His favourite pastimes were hunting and golf.

Avcılık oyunu bu huzurlu vahşi doğada yasaklanmıştır. - Hunting game is forbidden in this tranquil wilderness.

hunting
av
hunting
avlanma

Bu park asil bir aile için bir avlanma yeriydi. - This park used to be a hunting ground for a noble family.

Avlanmaya gitmeliydim. - I should've gone hunting.

hunt down
ele geçirmek
hunt down
yakalayıncaya kadar peşini bırakmamak
hunt up
aramak
hunt up
arayıp bulmak
hunt and peck
Klavyede ancak bir veya iki parmak kullanarak, harfleri tek-tek arayarak yavaş bir şekilde yazma
hunt in couples
çiftlerde avı
hunt after
araştırmak
hunt after
aramak
hunt birds
kuş tutmak
hunt down
peşine düşmek
hunt for
aramak
hunt out
aramak
hunt out
(Fiili Deyim ) arayıp bulmak
hunt out
araştırmak
hunt out of season
av mevsimi dışında avlanmak
hunt up
(deyim) hunt sth. up arayip bulmak
hunt up
araştırmak
hunt up/out
aramak
hunt up/out
bulmak
hunt’s formula
(Askeri) hunt formülü
hunting
(Askeri) TİTREME: Bir radar anteninin; kontrol ayarı ile tespit edilen noktada düzgün bir şekilde duracak yerde bir nokta üzerinde titremesi hali
hunting
titreme
hunting
{i} arama

Tom iş arama için dışarıda. - Tom is out job hunting.

O, iş aramakla meşguldür. - He is busy with job hunting.

bug hunt
(Bilgisayar) böcek avı
hunted
avlanmak
hunting
(Bilgisayar) çevrinme kontrol sistemi
hunting
(Bilgisayar) boş hat arama telefon
hunting
avlanarak
hunting
boş hat arama
hunting
çevrinme
hunting
(Havacılık) salınım
hunting
araştırma
hunting
{f} avlan

Avlanmak bu alanda yasaklanmıştır. - Hunting is prohibited in this area.

Bu park asil bir aile için bir avlanma yeriydi. - This park used to be a hunting ground for a noble family.

egg hunt
yumurta avı
hunting
avına
run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
tavşana kaç tazıya tut demek
scavenger hunt
çöpçü avı
snipe hunt
su çulluğu avı
to hunt
avlıyor
treasure hunt
hazine avı
witch hunt
büyücü avı
boar hunt
domuz avı
fox hunt
tilki avı
hunting
avlama
hunting
avcı

Tom geceyi eski bir avcı kulübesinde geçirdi. - Tom spent the night in an old hunting shack.

Avcılık milli parklarda yasaklanmıştır. - Hunting is banned in national parks.

hunting
{s} av: hunting dog av köpeği. hunting knife av bıçağı
hunting
avcı kulübesi

Tom geceyi eski bir avcı kulübesinde geçirdi. - Tom spent the night in an old hunting shack.

hunting
hunting dog av köpeği
hunting
hunting seat av köşk
hunting
hunting case madeni saat kapağı
hunting
hunting knife av bıçağı
hunting
takip
hunting
mak
hunting
hunting cap coğunlukla kadifeden yapılmış avcı kasketi
hunting
elek
still hunt
gizlenerek avlanmak
still hunt
pusuya yatarak avlanmak
still hunt
gizlenerek avlanma, pusuya yatarak avlanma
treasure hunt
saklanmış bir şeyi bulma oyunu
witch hunt
sindirme harekâtı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An English occupational surname for a hunter (for game, birds etc)
To ride at a hunt

Did you hunt that pony last week?.

A hunting expedition
The act of hunting
To try to find something; search

The little girl was hunting for shells on the beach.

An organization devoted to hunting, or the people belonging to such an organization (capitalized if the name of a specific organization)
To chase down prey and (usually) kill it

Her uncle is out deer hunting, now that it is open season.

{v} to chase, pursue, search, seck, manage
{n} a chase, pursuit, sport, pack of hounds
to chase and kill animals for food
An association of huntsmen
To search diligently after; to seek; to pursue; to follow; often with out or up; as, to hunt up the facts; to hunt out evidence
To be in a state of instability of movement or forced oscillation, as a governor which has a large movement of the balls for small change of load, an arc-lamp clutch mechanism which moves rapidly up and down with variations of current, or the like; also, to seesaw, as a pair of alternators working in parallel
To chase down prey and (usually) kill it. When the prey is a fish, its not called hunting, but fishing
To move or shift the order of (a bell) in a regular course of changes
an association of huntsmen who hunt for sport
{i} act of chasing and capturing game animals
An action that a vampire can take to restore lost, spent, or burned blood counters
If you hunt a criminal or an enemy, you search for them in order to catch or harm them. Detectives have been hunting him for seven months Hunt is also a noun. Despite a nationwide hunt for the kidnap gang, not a trace of them was found
A pack of hounds
The act or practice of chasing wild animals; chase; pursuit; search
an association of huntsmen who hunt for sport British writer who defended the romanticism of Keats and Shelley (1784-1859) United States architect (1827-1895) Englishman and Pre-Raphaelite painter (1827-1910) pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); "Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland"; "The dogs are running deer"; "The Duke hunted in these woods"
To use or traverse in pursuit of game; as, he hunts the woods, or the country
the work of finding and killing or capturing animals for food or pelts
When people or animals hunt, they chase and kill wild animals for food or as a sport. As a child I learned to hunt and fish He got up at four and set out on foot to hunt black grouse. Hunt is also a noun. He set off for a nineteen-day moose hunt in Nova Scotia
British writer who defended the romanticism of Keats and Shelley (1784-1859)
pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); "Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland"; "The dogs are running deer"; "The Duke hunted in these woods"
pursue or chase relentlessly; "The hunters traced the deer into the woods"; "the detectives hounded the suspect until they found the him"
the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport the work of finding and killing or capturing animals for food or pelts an instance of searching for something; "the hunt for submarines"
To search for or follow after, as game or wild animals; to chase; to pursue for the purpose of catching or killing; to follow with dogs or guns for sport or exercise; as, to hunt a deer
To follow the chase; to go out in pursuit of game; to course with hounds
as, to hunt down a criminal; he was hunted from the parish
United States architect (1827-1895)
1 Of an aircraft, rocket, etc : to weave about its flightpath, as if seeking a new direction of another angle of attack, specifically, to yaw back and forth
yaw back and forth about a flight path; "the plane's nose yawed"
search (an area) for prey; "The King used to hunt these forests"
{f} chase and capture game animals; search, look for; follow after, pursue
To seek; to pursue; to search; with for or after
chase away, with as with force; "They hunted the the unwanted immigrants out of the neighborhood
The game secured in the hunt
If you hunt for something or someone, you try to find them by searching carefully or thoroughly. A forensic team was hunting for clues = search Hunt is also a noun. The couple had helped in the hunt for the toddlers. = search
If a team or competitor is in the hunt for something, they still have a chance of winning it. We're still in the hunt for the League title and we want to go all the way in the Cup. see also hunting, witch-hunt. British writer and editor of the Examiner (1806-1821). He is known for his essays defending romanticism. American architect who supervised an addition to the Louvre in Paris and designed an extension of the U.S. Capitol (1855) as well as the base of the Statue of Liberty. British painter who with Rossetti and Millais founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. His works include The Light of the World (1854) and The Scapegoat (1856). American painter who brought the painting of the French Barbizon school to the attention of American artists and collectors. Hunt Haroldson Lafayette Hunt R. Timothy Hunt Richard Morris Hunt William Holman Morgan Thomas Hunt Pendleton George Hunt
oscillate about a desired speed, position, or state to an undesirable extent; "The oscillator hunts about the correct frequency"
the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone
seek, search for; "She hunted for her reading glasses but was unable to locate them"
chase away, with as with force; "They hunted the the unwanted immigrants out of the neighborhood"
To use or manage in the chase, as hounds
A district of country hunted over
To drive; to chase; with down, from, away, etc
In Britain, when people hunt, they ride horses over fields with dogs called hounds and try to catch and kill foxes, as a sport. She liked to hunt as often as she could. Hunt is also a noun. The hunt was held on land owned by the Duke of Marlborough
In Britain, a hunt is a group of people who meet regularly to hunt foxes
an instance of searching for something; "the hunt for submarines"
To shift up and down in order regularly
the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport
Englishman and Pre-Raphaelite painter (1827-1910)
molar(a)
hunt and peck
The hunt-and-peck typing technique
hunt and peck
To use the hunt-and-peck typing technique
hunt down
To find with difficulty

I managed to hunt down a copy of the magazine.

hunt down
To hunt something and capture or kill it
hunt saboteur
A person who does not approve of hunting and tries to sabotage it; used especially in reference to fox hunting
hunt-and-peck
Describing a method of typing used by a person unfamiliar with the layout of a keyboard or keypad in which the person has to search for the keys to be pressed or struck one by one and uses one or both index fingers to operate the keys; also used to describe a typist who uses this technique
hunt down
pursue and capture, pursue and kill, seek and find, track down
hunt down
pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals); "Goering often hunted wild boars in Poland"; "The dogs are running deer"; "The Duke hunted in these woods"
hunt down
If you hunt down a criminal or an enemy, you find them after searching for them. Last December they hunted down and killed one of the gangsters It took her four months to hunt him down
hunt for
look for, search for, rummage for
hunt out
If you hunt out something that is hidden or difficult to find, you search for it and eventually find it. I'll try and hunt out the information you need American consumers are accustomed to hunting out bargains. = dig out
hunt out
drive away, expel
hunt saboteur
A hunt saboteur is someone who tries to stop a hunt from taking place or being successful because they believe it is cruel to the animal being hunted. member of a group that tries to stop people from hunting foxes
hunt up
search for, look for
Belvoir Hunt
A fox hunt based at Belvoir, Leicestershire
Easter egg hunt
A common festive activity held at Easter, where Easter eggs are hidden outdoors (or indoors if in bad weather) for children to run around and find; this may also be a contest to see who can collect the most eggs

I was a little chunky anyway, and slow, so slow that I was once the only kid at an Easter egg hunt who didn’t get a single egg, not because I couldn’t find them but because I couldn’t get to them fast enough. — My Life by Bill Clinton.

Hunts
Huntingdonshire (in postal addresses)
Wild Hunt
A ghostly hunt that rides across the sky, common to English German and Scandinavian folklore

The night grew lighter as we welcomed the Aelfkin and Frey to join us, the Mothers we honoured and speeches made on Woden and the Wild Hunt.

dog in the hunt
Something to gain depending on the outcome; a position for which to campaign or cheer

A national political party is unlikely to feel it has a particular dog in the hunt for a typical small town mayoral race; in many cases the local candidates do not even campaign with a party affiliation.

dog in the hunt
Literally, ownership of one of several canines participating in the group pursuit of game or fowl
egg hunt
An Easter festival, where young children "hunt" for Easter eggs
egg-hunt
Attributive form of egg hunt

egg-hunt participant.

hunted
Nervous and agitated, as if pursued

He looked up with a hunted expression.

hunted
Being the subject of a hunt
hunted
Simple past tense and past participle of hunt
hunting
Looking for something, especially for a job or flat
hunting
Chasing and killing animals for sport or to get food
proverbs hunt in pairs
Alternative form of proverbs run in pairs
scavenger hunt
A game in which individuals or teams seek to find a number of specific items, or perform tasks, as given in a list
snipe hunt
To participate, as the gullible victim, in a snipe hunt
snipe hunt
A prank in which a gullible victim is sent off on a fruitless search for a nonexistent item
treasure hunt
A game in which people have to find hidden objects or places, with the help of clues
treasure hunt
A search for buried treasure
witch-hunt
A search witches, persons believed to be using sorcery or harmful magic, in order to persecute and typically kill them
witch-hunt
A public smear-campaign against an individual
witch-hunt
An attempt to find and publicly punish a group of people perceived as a threat, usually on ideological or political grounds
you can't run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
You can't have it both ways
hunting
{n} the act of chasing with dogs
easter egg hunt
(Oyunlar) A game during which decorated eggs, real hard-boiled ones or artificial, filled with or made of chocolate candies, of various sizes, are hidden in various places for children to find
egg hunt
(Easter egg hunt) A game during which decorated eggs, real hard-boiled ones or artificial, filled with or made of chocolate candies, of various sizes, are hidden in various places for children to find
A hunt
chase
George Hunt Pendleton
born July 29, 1825, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. died Nov. 24, 1889, Brussels, Belg. U.S. politician. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1857 to 1865 and was the unsuccessful Democratic candidate for vice president (with George B. McClellan) in 1864. A member of the Greenback movement, he advocated the Ohio Idea for redeeming American Civil War bonds. From 1879 to 1885 he served in the U.S. Senate, where he sponsored the Pendleton Civil Service Act. He served as minister to Germany from 1885 to 1889
H L Hunt
born Feb. 17, 1889, Ramsey, Ill., U.S. died Nov. 29, 1974, Dallas, Texas U.S. oilman. Hunt purchased a tract of land in eastern Texas in 1930 that became one of the richest oilfields in the U.S. He continued his shrewd investments through his Hunt Oil Co. (founded 1936), which grew into the largest independent oil and gas producer in the country. In the 1960s his company exploited vast oil deposits in Libya. He also invested in publishing, cosmetics, pecan farming, and health food. He promoted his ultraconservative views on his own radio programs and newspaper column in the 1950s. Two of his sons, N. Bunker and W. Herbert, tried unsuccessfully to corner the world silver market in 1980, causing its near collapse
Haroldson Lafayette Hunt
born Feb. 17, 1889, Ramsey, Ill., U.S. died Nov. 29, 1974, Dallas, Texas U.S. oilman. Hunt purchased a tract of land in eastern Texas in 1930 that became one of the richest oilfields in the U.S. He continued his shrewd investments through his Hunt Oil Co. (founded 1936), which grew into the largest independent oil and gas producer in the country. In the 1960s his company exploited vast oil deposits in Libya. He also invested in publishing, cosmetics, pecan farming, and health food. He promoted his ultraconservative views on his own radio programs and newspaper column in the 1950s. Two of his sons, N. Bunker and W. Herbert, tried unsuccessfully to corner the world silver market in 1980, causing its near collapse
Helen Hunt
{i} (born 1963) USA film and television actress (star of the TV series "Mad About You" and the film "As Good As It Gets")
R. Timothy Hunt
born Feb. 19, 1943, Neston, Cheshire, Eng. British scientist. After receiving a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in 1968, he conducted research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and in 1990 joined the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK) in London. In the early 1980s, using sea urchins, he discovered cyclins, proteins that play a key role in regulating different phases of the cell cycle. His work led to the discovery of cyclins in humans and proved important in the field of tumour diagnostics. Hunt shared a Nobel Prize with Leland H. Hartwell and Sir Paul M. Nurse in 2001
Richard Morris Hunt
born Oct. 31, 1827, Brattleboro, Vt., U.S. died July 31, 1895, Rewport, R.I. U.S. architect. He studied in Europe from 1843 to 1854, becoming the first U.S. architecture student at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He returned to the U.S. to establish the Beaux-Arts style there. His work was eclectic, ranging from ornate early French Renaissance to monumental Classicism to a picturesque villa style. He worked on the extension of the U.S. Capitol and designed the Tribune building in New York City (1873; since destroyed) and the facade of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1900-02), also in New York. Among the mansions he designed for the new commercial aristocracy is the Breakers in Newport, R.I. (1892-95), which was created in an opulent Renaissance style for the Vanderbilts. Hunt was a founder of the American Institute of Architects
Thomas Hunt Morgan
born Sept. 25, 1866, Lexington, Ky., U.S. died Dec. 4, 1945, Pasadena, Calif. U.S. zoologist and geneticist. He received his doctorate from Johns Hopkins University. As a professor at Columbia University (1904-28) and California Institute of Technology (1928-45), he conducted important research on heredity. Like many of his contemporaries, Morgan found Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection implausible because it could not be tested experimentally, and he objected to Mendelian and chromosome theories, arguing that no single chromosome could carry specific hereditary traits. His opinion changed as a result of his studies of Drosophila. He developed the hypothesis of sex-linked traits. He adopted the term gene and concluded that genes were possibly arranged in a linear fashion on chromosomes. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1933. See also Calvin Blackman Bridges
William Holman Hunt
a British painter who, with Millais and Rossetti, started the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848 (1827-1910). born April 2, 1827, London, Eng. died Sept. 7, 1910, London British painter and cofounder of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. He attended the Royal Academy schools and achieved his first public success with The Light of the World (1854). His paintings are characterized by hard colour, minute detail, and an emphasis on moral or social symbolism; their moral earnestness made them extemely popular in Victorian England. He spent two years in Syria and Palestine painting biblical scenes, such as The Scapegoat (1855), depicting the outcast animal on the shores of the Dead Sea. His autobiographical Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (1905) is the basic sourcebook of the movement
boar hunt
{i} hunt for wild hog or pig
canned hunt
a hunt for animals that have been raised on game ranches until they are mature enough to be killed for trophy collections
drag hunt
{i} (British) hunt using hounds to follow an artificial scent trail
fox hunt
sport of hunting fox on horseback with the aid of hounds; participate in a fox hunt
hunted
{s} startled and frightened; reflecting the fright or terror of a person who is hunted
hunted
reflecting the fear or terror of one who is hunted; "the hopeless hunted look on the prisoner's face"; "a glitter of apprehension in her hunted eyes
hunted
past of hunt
hunted
Of a subject of a hunt
hunting
Erratic movement of the ram of an EDM machine during a cut, apparently seeking but not finding the best position for proper cutting
hunting
present participle of hunt
hunting
{i} chasing and capturing of game animals; seeking, searching; pursuing
hunting
An industry term used to describe a auto-iris lenses inability to stabilize under certain light conditions
hunting
means pursuing, shooting, killing, following after or on the trail of, lying in wait for, shooting at, or wounding wild birds or wild quadrupeds while employing any device commonly used to kill or wound wild birds or wild quadrupeds whether such acts result in such killing or wounding or not It includes every attempt to kill or wound and every act of assistance to any other person in killing or wounding or attempting to kill or wound wild birds or wild quadrupeds
hunting
the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport
hunting
Includes big- and small-game hunting, waterfowl hunting, and trapping
hunting
Hunting is available for circuit-switched data on primary directory numbers
hunting
Fluctuation about a midpoint due to instability, as oscillations of the needle of an instrument about the zero point, or alternate lead and lag of a synchronous motor with respect to the alternating current
hunting
Oscillation of process temperature between the set point and the process variable
hunting
Fluctuating around a central value without stabilizing
hunting
Hunting is the chasing and killing of wild animals by people or other animals, for food or as a sport. Deer hunting was banned in Scotland in 1959
hunting
An autofocus system that has trouble finding the focus in an image so that the system moves in and out of focus continuously, "hunting" for the correct focus point
hunting
Refers to the process by which the switch (for incoming calls) or the router (for outgoing calls) seizes a trunk Cisco Routers, by default, hunt from high-to-low (descending order) when choosing a channel for dialout, hence the telco should hunt from low-to-high (ascending order) to minimize the possibility of glare
hunting
1 The automatic routing of calls to an idle circuit in a prearranged group when the circuit being called is busy or unavailable 2 The movement of a call as it progresses through a group of lines The call will try to connect to the first line of the group If that line is busy or unavailable, it will try the second line, and then the third line, etc
hunting
Undesirable fluctuations in motor speed
hunting
Calls to a particular number may be arranged so that when a line is busy, the call will search a group of lines in a specified sequence until an available line is found
hunting
The pursuit of game or of wild animals
hunting
Searching for an idle line on which to complete the call This group or sequence of lines is called a hunt group
hunting
Hunting is the activity of searching for a particular thing. Jobclub can help you with job hunting. Hunting is also a combining form. Lee has divided his time between flat-hunting and travelling. Pursuit of game animals, principally as sport. To early humans hunting was a necessity, and it remained so in many societies until recently. The development of agriculture made hunting less necessary as a sole life support, but game was still pursued in order to protect crops, flocks, or herds, as well as for food. Weapons now commonly used in hunting include the rifle, shotgun, and the bow and arrow, and methods include stalking, still-hunting (lying in wait), tracking, driving, and calling. Dogs are sometimes employed to track, flush, or capture prey. In Europe much of the land once hunted upon was owned by the aristocracy, and gamekeepers were employed to regulate the amount of game that could be hunted in a given area. By the 1800s the land hunted upon was not or had never been privately owned, and there began to develop a "tragedy of the commons," in that no one hunter had any motive to limit the number of animals killed; certain species were hunted to, or very close to, extinction. To counter this development, ethical codes were established that give the quarry a fair chance to escape; attempts were made to minimize the suffering of wounded game; and game laws, licensing, and limited hunting seasons were established to protect game stocks. For instance, a modern license may authorize a hunter to kill only two deer during the brief season for deer, and he or she must present a kill to a game warden who will then document and tag the animal. There are often penalties and fines for being found with an animal that is not so marked
hunting
(1) Automatic routing of calls to an idle circuit in a prearranged group when the circuit called is busy (2) The movement of a call as it progresses through a group of lines Typically, the call will try to be connected on the first line of the group; if that line is busy it will try the second, then the third, etc
hunting
the activity of looking thoroughly in order to find something or someone
hunting
The movement of a telephone call as it progresses through a series of lines Typically, if it cannot connect on the first line, it will move to the second, then the third, etc
hunting
A means of finding a free extension to take a call Calls are directed to a Hunt Group and will search for a free extension to take the call Various hunting types are available, First Free or Terminal Hunting will search for the first free extension in the group, so this person gets most of the calls Circular or UCD (Uniform Call Distribution) Hunting will share calls equally over the group
hunting
the work of finding and killing or capturing animals for food or pelts
hunts
third-person singular of hunt
hunts
plural of hunt
ramsay hunt syndrome
syndrome resulting from infection by the herpes varicella zoster virus; characterized by vertigo and pain in the ears and facial nerve paralysis and sometimes hearing loss
scavenger hunt
A game in which individuals or teams try to locate and bring back miscellaneous items on a list
snipe hunt
an elaborate practical joke in which the unsuspecting victim hunts a snipe and is typically left in the dark holding a bag and waiting for the snipe to run into it; "in the South a snipe hunt is practically a rite of passage
still-hunt
hunt (quarry) by stalking and ambushing
treasure hunt
a game in which players try to find hidden articles by using a series of clues
treasure hunt
{i} game in which the players try to find hidden items or hidden prize by using a series of clues
treasure hunt
A game in which the players attempt to find hidden articles by means of a series of clues. a game in which you have to find something that has been hidden by answering questions that are left in different places
witch hunt
manhunt against opposers
witch-hunt
searching out and harassing dissenters
witch-hunt
disapproval A witch-hunt is an attempt to find and punish a particular group of people who are being blamed for something, often simply because of their opinions and not because they have actually done anything wrong. an attempt to find and punish people in a society or organization whose opinions are regarded as wrong or dangerous - used to show disapproval
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف hunt في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

hunt formülü
(Askeri) hunt’s formula
hunt
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