laçka

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التركية - الإنجليزية
{s} slack
{k} to cause (a screw, a machine part) to get loose or to develop some play
(someone) who no longer puts forth an effort, who has quit trying
{k} (for a screw/a machine part) to loosen or develop some play
backlash
{k} (Denizcilik) (for a rope/an anchor) to be cast; (for a line) to be cast off; (for a rope) to be slackened or untied
{k} (relationship, situation) whose participants have allowed their principles to go by the board. ~ etmek
{k} (Konuşma Dili) to make (a part of one's body) feel or go limp or flaccid
(place) that is no longer being run efficiently/properly; (system) that is no longer working properly, that has degenerated
{k} (Konuşma Dili) to cause (a relationship, a situation) to become marked by a lack of principle. ~ olmak
(relationship, situation) whose participants have allowed their principles to go by the board
{k} (Konuşma Dili) (for a relationship/a situation) to become marked by a lack of principle
{k} (Konuşma Dili) (for a part of one's body) to feel or go limp or flaccid
crank
{k} (Konuşma Dili) (for someone) to stop putting forth an effort, stop trying, quit
{k} (Denizcilik) to let (a rope, an anchor) go, cast; to cast off (a line); to slacken or untie (a rope)
{k} (Konuşma Dili) (for someone) to let his principles slide, let his principles go by the board
{k} (Konuşma Dili) to cause (a place) to stop running efficiently/properly; to cause (a system) to stop working properly
(someone) who has let his principles slide, who has let his principles go by the board
{k} (Konuşma Dili) to cause (someone) to let his principles slide
colloq
cranky
{k} (Konuşma Dili) (for a place) to stop running efficiently/properly; (for a system) to stop working properly
{k} (Konuşma Dili) to cause (someone) to stop putting forth an effort
(Askeri) loose
corrupt
laçka etmek
slacken
laçka etmek
slack up
laçka etmek
1. (Denizcilik) to let (a rope, an anchor) go, cast; to cast off (a line); to slacken or untie (a rope). 2. to cause (a screw, a machine part) to get loose or to develop some play. 3. (Konuşma Dili) to make (a part of one's body) feel or go limp or flaccid. 4. (Konuşma Dili) to cause (a place) to stop running efficiently/properly; to cause (a system) to stop working properly. 5. (Konuşma Dili) to cause (someone) to stop putting forth an effort. 6. (Konuşma Dili) to cause (someone) to let his principles slide. 7. (Konuşma Dili) to cause (a relationship, a situation) to become marked by a lack of principle
laçka etmek
slack off
laçka olmak
1. (Denizcilik) (for a rope/an anchor) to be cast; (for a line) to be cast off; (for a rope) to be slackened or untied. 2. (for a screw/a machine part) to loosen or develop some play. 3. (Konuşma Dili) (for a part of one's body) to feel or go limp or flaccid. 4. (Konuşma Dili) (for a place) to stop running efficiently/properly; (for a system) to stop working properly. 5. (Konuşma Dili) (for someone) to stop putting forth an effort, stop trying, quit. 6. (Konuşma Dili) (for someone) to let his principles slide, let his principles go by the board. 7. (Konuşma Dili) (for a relationship/a situation) to become marked by a lack of principle
laçka olmak
to slacken, to get slack
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