kidder

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الإنجليزية - التركية
şakacı
kid
çocuk

Çocukken pamuklu şekerin ve bulutların benzer olduklarını düşünürdüm. - When I was a kid, I used to think that fairy floss and clouds were alike.

Lütfen onu diğer çocuklara uzat. - Please pass it to the other kids.

kid
küçük çocuk
kid
küçük

Küçükken, bulutları pamuk şekere benzetirdim. - When I was a kid, I used to think that fairy floss and clouds were alike.

Benim küçük erkek kardeşim on iki yaşında. - My kid brother is twelve.

kid
{f} dalga geçmek
kid
{f} şaka yapmak
kid
kandırmak
kid
{i} ufaklık
kid
(Gıda) buzağı
kid
delikanlı
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(Tekstil) keçi derisi
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arkadaşlar

Tom ve ben çocukluğumuzdan beri iyi arkadaşlarız. - Tom and I have been good friends since we were kids.

Çocukluğumda sınıf arkadaşlarım ve ben oynamak için bütün bilyeleri okula götürürdük. Bu günlerde çoğu çocuğun akıllı telefonları ve iPod'ları var. - When I was a kid, my classmates and I would all take marbles to school to play with. These days, most kids have got smartphones and iPods.

kid
genç

Daha genç çocuklarla uğraşmayın. - Don't pick on younger kids.

Ben genç bir çocukken annem bana hikayeler okurdu. - My mother used to read me stories when I was a young kid.

kid
aldatmak
kid
ayak yapmak
kid
oğlak
kid
(Aİ) (kardeş) genç olan
kid
kid
kid
yavrulamak
kid
keçi yavrusu
kid
oğlak derisi
kid
işletmek
kid
kid gloved
kid
yavrucak
kid
takılmak
kid
çocukcağız
kid
takı

O, caddede çocuklarla çok takılıyor. - He hangs out a lot with the kids down the street.

Eğer çocuklara göz kulak olursan, temizlenecek takım elbiseni alacağım. - If you'll keep an eye on the kids, I'll take your suit to be cleaned.

kid
oğlak derisinden yapılan kösele
kid
dili takılmak
kid
şakadan aldatmak
kid
{i} k.dili. çocuk
kid
dili çocuk
kid
{f} k.dili. takılmak, işletmek, dalga geçmek
kid
oğlak eti
kid
{f} yavrulamak (keçi)
kid
with kid gloves fazla nazik
kid
çocuk,v.şaka yap: n.çocuk
kid
{f} oğlak doğurmak
kid
kiddy i
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A liar
A kidderminster (carpet)
{n} an engrosser of corn, a huckster
A kidderminster carpet}
{i} joker, jester; mocker, jeerer
kid
Kidskin
kid
Of a goat, to give birth to kids
kid
To make a fool of (someone)
kid
{n} a young goat, child, apprentice, faggot
kid
{v} to bring forth as a goat, to bundle up
Alfred Kidder
v. born Oct. 29, 1885, Marquette, Mich., U.S. died June 11, 1963, Cambridge, Mass. U.S. archaeologist. Kidder received his Ph.D. from Harvard University (1914) for developing the first effective pottery typology relating to the prehistory of the southwestern U.S. He later extended these interests to a classic study (1924) of the development of the Pueblo cultures and to the creation (1927) of a widely used archaeological classification system (the Pecos system) for the Southwest. In 1929 he also organized an interdisciplinary program that resulted in a far-reaching survey of cultural history in the Old and New Maya empires of Mexico and Central America. He taught at Phillips (Andover) Academy (1915-35) and at Harvard University (1939-50) and oversaw various programs at the Carnegie Institution (1927-50). He was considered the foremost archaeologist of the American Southwest and Mesoamerica of his generation
Alfred Vincent Kidder
v. born Oct. 29, 1885, Marquette, Mich., U.S. died June 11, 1963, Cambridge, Mass. U.S. archaeologist. Kidder received his Ph.D. from Harvard University (1914) for developing the first effective pottery typology relating to the prehistory of the southwestern U.S. He later extended these interests to a classic study (1924) of the development of the Pueblo cultures and to the creation (1927) of a widely used archaeological classification system (the Pecos system) for the Southwest. In 1929 he also organized an interdisciplinary program that resulted in a far-reaching survey of cultural history in the Old and New Maya empires of Mexico and Central America. He taught at Phillips (Andover) Academy (1915-35) and at Harvard University (1939-50) and oversaw various programs at the Carnegie Institution (1927-50). He was considered the foremost archaeologist of the American Southwest and Mesoamerica of his generation
kid
a youthful expert; chiefly used attributively; as, kid Jones
kid
Gloves made of kid
kid
English dramatist (1558-1594)
kid
Kid leather was often used in the construction of antique dolls Made from the skin of a goat, this kid leather was used in creating the older dolls bodies
kid
If you kid someone, you tease them. He liked to kid Ingrid a lot He used to kid me about being chubby
kid
tell false information to for fun; "Are you pulling my leg?"
kid
Among pugilists, thieves, etc
kid
A young child or infant; hence, a simple person, easily imposed on
kid
a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college"
kid
You can say `who is she kidding?' or `who is he trying to kid?' if you think it is obvious that someone is not being sincere and does not mean what they say. She played the role of a meek, innocent, shy girl. I don't know who she was trying to kid. See Thomas Kyd
kid
young goat
kid
soft smooth leather from the hide of a young goat; "kid gloves"
kid
You can refer to a child as a kid. They've got three kids All the kids in my class could read
kid
Khao-I-Dang
kid
be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
kid
To bring forth a young goat
kid
of Kythe
kid
{i} child, youngster; young goat; goat skin; goat skin glove
kid
{f} joke, jest; tease; deceive, delude; behave foolishly (Slang)
kid
pp made known es kid has befallen [< OE cyðan]
kid
To make a joke with (someone)
kid
a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
kid
A leather made from the skin of a goat and used in the construction of antique doll bodies
kid
A child or young person
kid
See Kiddy, v
kid
A young antelope
kid
Of a goat, the state of being pregnant: in kid
kid
be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around
kid
A small wooden mess tub; a name given by sailors to one in which they receive their food
kid
You can refer to your younger brother as your kid brother and your younger sister as your kid sister
kid
soft smooth leather from the hide of a young goat; "kid gloves" be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around
kid
A fagot; a bundle of heath and furze
kid
If you are kidding, you are saying something that is not really true, as a joke. I'm not kidding, Frank. There's a cow out there, just standing around Are you sure you're not kidding me?
kid
A young goat
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feelings You can say `you've got to be kidding' or `you must be kidding' to someone if they have said something that you think is ridiculous or completely untrue. You've got to be kidding! I can't live here!
kid
A kind of leather made of the skin of the young goat, or of the skin of rats, etc
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feelings You can say `No kidding?' to show that you are interested or surprised when someone tells you something. `We won.' --- `No kidding?'
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timoun
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If people kid themselves, they allow themselves to believe something that is not true because they wish that it was true. We're kidding ourselves, Bill. We're not winning, we're not even doing well I could kid myself that you did this for me, but it would be a lie. = fool
kid
A kid is a young goat
kid
To joke
kidders
plural of kidder
kidder

    الواصلة

    kid·der

    التركية النطق

    kîdır

    النطق

    /ˈkədər/ /ˈkɪdɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    () From kid meaning lie

    كلمة اليوم

    clamant
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