joy

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} keyif

Tom bir çalınan aracın içinde keyif binişinde yakalandı. - Tom was caught joyriding in a stolen vehicle.

sevinç

Sevinç gözyaşları onların yanaklarından aktı. - Tears of joy rained down their cheeks.

Kedi akşam yemeği için balık aldığında sevinçten heyecanlandı. - My cat is thrilled with joy when she gets fish for dinner.

neşe

O, genç, saf, neşeli ve toydu. - She was young, pure, joyful and naive.

Neşeli beklentiyle doldurulduk. - We were filled with joyful expectation.

joy stick uçakta manevra kolu
kaçarcasına hızlı sürüş
eğlence

Müzik öfkeye ses, eğlenceye şekil verir. - Music gives sound to fury, shape to joy.

Müziğin olduğu yerde eğlence var. - Where there is music there is joy.

joy ride otomobil ile yapılan gezinti
başarı/sevinç
zevk

Heberi duyduğumda zevkten dört köşe oldum. - I jumped for joy when I heard the news.

O, zevkten dört köşe oluyor. - She's jumping with joy.

mutluluk

Ne mutluluk ne de üzüntü sonsuza kadar sürebilir. - Neither joy nor sorrow can last forever.

Acı riski olmadan, mutluluk ve sevinç olamaz. - Without the risk of pain, there can be no happiness and joy.

çalınmış araba ile gezme
{i} sonuç
{i} mutluluk kaynağı
{i} neşe kaynağı
{i} başarı

Bir dil öğrenmenin geleneksel yolu olsa olsa birinin görev duygusunu tatmin edebilir ama o bir sevinç kaynağı olarak hizmet edemez. Ayrıca muhtemelen başarılı olmayacaktır. - The traditional way of learning a language may satisfy at most one's sense of duty, but it can hardly serve as a source of joy. Nor will it likely be successful.

{i} çok sevinme
{i} haz
sefa
sevinçten
nesen
reva
joyful
sevinçli
joyless
neşesiz
joy of life
yaşam sevinci
joy of living
yaşama sevinci
joy stick
Oyun Çubuğu
joy rider
sevinç binici
joy stick
oyun çubuğu
joy ride
zevk için araba sürme
joy ride
araba ile gezme
joy stick
Kumanda
joyful
mutlu

Onun yüzünde mutlu bir gülümseme gördüm. - I saw a joyful smile on his face.

joyful
neşeli

Neşeli beklentiyle doldurulduk. - We were filled with joyful expectation.

Noel neşeli bir zamandır. - Christmas is a joyful time.

joyful
neşeyle dolu
joyfully
sevinçle

Kuşları dikkatle ve sevinçle izledi. - She watched the birds intently and joyfully.

joyless
sevinci olmayan
joyless
kederli
joyless
üzgün
joyless
tasalı
burst with joy
(deyim) sevinçten kabına sığamamak
joyful
şatır
joyful
joyfullyneşeyle
joyful
joyfulnessneşelilik
joyful
güleç
joyful
kıvançlı
joyfully
güle oynaya
jump for joy
çok sevinmek
feel joy
mutluluk
joyful
sevindirici
joyfully
neşeyle
joyfulness
sevindiricilik
joyless
keyifsiz
joyless
mutsuz
joylessness
kederlilik
traveller's joy
şarmaşık
travellers joy
şarmaşık
joyful
memnun
A cheerful wife is the joy of life
(Atasözü) Evi ev eden avrat, yurdu şen eden devlet
a joy to work
çalışmak bir zevk
beam with joy
sevinçle kiriş
beaming with joy
s. gözlerinin içi gülen, sevinçle gülümseyen
bring joy to someone's life
birisinin hayatına neşe katmak
bundle of joy
sevinç paket
cried with joy
sevinçle haykırdı
experiencing joy and pleasure
neşe ve zevk yaşıyor
expression of joy and/or pleasure
sevinç ve ifade / veya zevk
joyless
joylesslyneşesiz olarak
jump for joy
Mutluluktan havalara uçmak
kill joy
öldürmek sevinç
paroxysm of joy; keen emotion
sevinç nöbet; keskin duygu
song of joy
sevinç şarkısı
tears of joy
sevinç gözyaşları
traveller's joy
sarmaşık
travellers joy
sarmaşık
yahoo! , hooray! (cheer of joy)
yahoo! , Yaşasın! (Sevinç tezahürat)
beaming with joy
gözlerinin içi gülen
beaming with joy
sevinçle gülümseyen
bittersweet joy
buruk sevinç
entranced with joy
zevkten kendinden geçmiş
have one's eyes shine with joy
gözlerinin içi gülmek
joyfully
(zarf) sevinçle
joyfully
z. neşeyle
joyfulness
{i} sevinçlilik
joyfulness
{i} neşelilik
joyless
joylessnessneşesizlik
joylessly
neşesiz olarak
jump for joy
göbek atmak, çok sevinmek
jump for joy
(Fiili Deyim ) sevinçten zıplamak , uçmak
leap for joy
sevinçten havalara uçmak
leap for joy
(Fiili Deyim ) sevinçten etekleri zil çalmak
morning joy
sabah keyfi
no joy
(Askeri) OLUMSUZ DURUM: Hava önlemede; "başarısız oldum" veya "bilgi sahibi değilim" anlamına gelen bir kod
pride and joy
(deyim) canının içi
s.o.'s pride and joy
birinin çok sevdiği kimse/şey, birinin medarı iftiharı
transported with joy
sevinçten başı dönmüş
transported with joy
coşkulu
traveller's joy
yabanasması [(Botanik) ]
traveller's joy
filbahri [(Botanik) ]
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A female given name

She was named Muriel — after the rather peculiar name of John's mother. Her own mother would have it so; only wishing out of her full heart, happy one! that there should be a slight alteration made in the second name. Therefore the baby was called Muriel Joy — Muriel Joy Halifax.

The feeling of happiness, extreme cheerfulness

They will be a source of strength and joy in your life.

To feel joy, to rejoice

I swore readily enough to this and he joyed with exceeding joy and embraced me round the neck while love for him possessed my whole heart.

To enjoy

For from the time that Scudamour her bought, / In perilous fight, she neuer ioyed day .

An activity etc which causes this feeling

The joys and demands of new parents.

{v} to rejoice, be or make glad, congratulate
{n} a lively sense of good, cause of pleasure, gladness, happiness
given name, female
something or someone that provides pleasure; a source of happiness; "a joy to behold"; "the pleasure of his company"; "the new car is a delight" the emotion of great happiness
"Yes, I have spotted the target "
Joy is a feeling of great happiness. Salter shouted with joy. tears of joy
somanassa (q v ) - Altruistic j = muditá (s brahma-vihára)
That which causes joy or happiness
The sign or exhibition of joy; gayety; mirth; merriment; festivity
If you get no joy, you do not have success or luck in achieving what you are trying to do. They expect no joy from the vote itself
the emotion of great happiness
The passion or emotion excited by the acquisition or expectation of good; pleasurable feelings or emotions caused by success, good fortune, and the like, or by a rational prospect of possessing what we love or desire; gladness; exhilaration of spirits; delight
(a state of mind, happiness, pleasure, etc )
kontantman
To give joy to; to congratulate
If you say that someone is jumping for joy, you mean that they are very pleased or happy about something. He jumped for joy on being told the news
{f} rejoice, delight, be happy
one's pride and joy: see pride. to be happy because of something. Adamson Joy Joy Friederike Victoria Gessner Cartwright Alexander Joy
something or someone that provides pleasure; a source of happiness; "a joy to behold"; "the pleasure of his company"; "the new car is a delight"
A joy is something or someone that makes you feel happy or gives you great pleasure. One can never learn all there is to know about cooking, and that is one of the joys of being a chef = delight
feel happiness or joy
{i} happiness, high spirits, great pleasure, bliss, delight; source of happiness or pleasure
make glad or happy
To gladden; to make joyful; to exhilarate
To rejoice; to be glad; to delight; to exult
joy riding
Present participle of joy ride. (Unlawfully or recklessly driving an automobile.)
Joy Adamson
v. orig. Joy-Friederike Victoria Gessner born Jan. 20, 1910, Troppau, Silesia, Austria-Hungary died Jan. 3, 1980, Shaba National Reserve, Kenya Czech-born British naturalist. Educated in Vienna, she moved to Kenya in 1939. She became known worldwide for books describing how she and her husband, George, raised a lion cub, Elsa, and returned it to its natural habitat: Born Free (1960), Living Free (1961), and Forever Free (1962). The books were adapted into two films. She later repeated her rehabilitation success with cheetah and leopard cubs. In addition to writing other books, she founded the Elsa Wild Animal Appeal (1961), an international conservation fund. She was killed by a disgruntled employee
Joy of Cooking
a very popular cookbook in the US, which has instructions on how to cook many standard US and foreign dishes
joy of victory
happiness of winning, feeling of satisfaction one gets from winning
joy powder
{i} (Slang) cocaine; heroin
joy ride
cruise", aimless journey by auto, trip in a car with no specific destination
bundle of joy
A newborn baby

Nature took its course, and Marie did give birth to a bundle of joy, but she soon discovered that motherhood was not all bliss.

bundle of joy
A pet
bundles of joy
plural form of bundle of joy
cocky's joy
Golden syrup

2006: Golden syrup or cocky's joy is a liquid sugar. — Australian Broadcasting Commission Central West NSW local radio recipes.

joyfully
In a joyful manner; joyously
joylessness
The state or condition of being joyless; lack of joy
jump for joy
exalt, rejoice, feel elation
no joy
a negative outcome

I've been waiting 20 minutes for a bus, and still no joy.

traveller's joy
a climbing shrub native to Europe, ''Clematis vitalba
joyful
{a} full of joy or mirth, very glad, exulting
joyfully
{a} with joy, gladly, merrily, gayly
joyfulness
{n} great joy, great gladness, pleasure
joyless
{a} void of joy or pleasure, insipid, sad
Alexander Joy Cartwright
born April 17, 1820, New York, N.Y., U.S. died July 12, 1892, Honolulu, Hawaii U.S. surveyor and baseball enthusiast. Cartwright was a founder of the amateur New York Knickerbocker Base Ball Club and chaired the commission that established baseball's official rules. These included the requirement of tagging out a base runner rather than hitting him with a thrown ball and fixing the distance between bases at 90 ft (27.4 m). The first game under the newly codified rules was apparently played in Hoboken, N.J., in 1846. See also Abner Doubleday
Almond Joy
a type of chocolate bar in the US which is made from coconut and almonds
burst with joy
be overcome with happiness, be extremely glad
cried with joy
cried because of happiness, cried tears of happiness
crying with joy
weeping tears of joy; shouting joyfully
drunk with joy
incredibly happy
filled his heart with joy
made him so very happy
fills his heart with joy
makes him so very happy
great joy
large amount of joy, incredible happiness
his heart was filled with joy
he was overjoyed, he was ecstatic
joyful
full of or suggesting exultant happiness; "a joyful heart"; "a joyful occasion"; "the joyous news"; "joyous laughter"
joyful
Someone who is joyful is extremely happy. We're a very joyful people; we're very musical people and we love music. + joyfully joy·ful·ly They greeted him joyfully. very happy, or likely to make people very happy
joyful
{s} happy, filled with gladness; bringing joy and delight
joyful
full of or producing joy; "make a joyful noise"; "a joyful occasion"
joyful
Something that is joyful causes happiness and pleasure. A wedding is a joyful celebration of love
joyful
Full of joy; having or causing joy; very glad; as, a joyful heart
joyful
full of or suggesting exultant happiness; "a joyful heart"; "a joyful occasion"; "the joyous news"; "joyous laughter" full of or producing joy; "make a joyful noise"; "a joyful occasion
joyful
full of high-spirited delight
joyful
Feeling or causing joy
joyful
full of or producing joy; "make a joyful noise"; "a joyful occasion
joyfully
in a joyous and gleeful manner; "the old man had greeted her gleefully"
joyfully
gleefully
joyfully
happily, with great gladness, with joy, blissfully, delightfully
joyfulness
{i} happiness, cheerfulness, gladness
joyfulness
the state of being joyful
joyless
not experiencing or inspiring joy; "a joyless man"; "a joyless occasion"; "joyless evenings"
joyless
not experiencing or inspiring joy; "a joyless man"; "a joyless occasion"; "joyless evenings
joyless
Something that is joyless produces no happiness or pleasure. Life seemed joyless Eating in East Berlin used to be a hazardous and joyless experience. = cheerless joyous. without any happiness at all
joyless
Not having joy; not causing joy; unenjoyable
joyless
without joy; unhappy, sad
joyless
{s} lacking joy, bleak, cheerless, sad; causing sadness, giving no joy
joylessly
in a joyless manner; without joy; "she greeted her guests joylessly
joylessly
in a joyless manner; without joy; "she greeted her guests joylessly"
joylessness
a feeling of dismal cheerlessness
joylessness
{i} lack of happiness, sadness, sorrowfulness, bleakness, cheerlessness
joys
plural of joy
jump for joy
jump up and down because one is so happy
kill joy
person that spoils other people's enjoyment
radiant with joy
glowing with happiness, showing great joy
tears of joy
cry of happiness, crying due to over-excitement
they that sow in tears shall reap in joy
those who suffer by working hard will reap the rewards of this in later life
traveler's joy
vigorous deciduous climber of Europe to Afghanistan and Lebanon having panicles of fragrant green-white flowers in summer and autumn
joy
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