limp

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الإنجليزية - التركية
topallamak
{f} aksamak
{i} topallama

Tom'un hâlâ hafif bir topallaması var. - Tom still has a slight limp.

Hâlâ hafif bir topallamam var. - I still have a slight limp.

bükülgen
yumuşak
gevşek
{f} topalla

Sen artık topallamıyorsun. - You're not limping anymore.

Tom topallayarak yürür. - Tom walks with a limp.

zayıf
güçsüz
topallayarak yürume Iimping s topal layan
gevşek olarak
eğilip bükülen
aksa

Neden aksayarak yürüyorsun? - Why are you walking with a limp?

Tom'un son zamanlarda aksadığını görmedim. - I haven't seen Tom limp recently.

i topal lama
(Tıp) Topallam

Tom'un topallaması psikosomatik. - Tom's limp is psychosomatic.

Hâlâ hafif bir topallamam var. - I still have a slight limp.

(isim) topallama
limpnessgevşeklik
zayıf limplyyumuşak olarak
aksama

Tom Mary'nin aksamasıyla alay etmemeli. - Tom shouldn't make fun of Mary's limp.

{f} aksatmak
i topallamak
{s} hamur gibi
{s} esnek
limping
{s} aksak
limp in
içinde gevşek
limp-wristed
gevşek-wristed
become limp
yumuşaklaş
limping
{f} topalla

Topallayan bir köpeğe ve bir kadının gözyaşlarına asla güvenme. - Never trust a limping dog or the tears of a woman.

Sen artık topallamıyorsun. - You're not limping anymore.

limping
{i} topallayan

Topallayan bir köpeğe ve bir kadının gözyaşlarına asla güvenme. - Never trust a limping dog or the tears of a woman.

limpness
esneklik
a limp
klodikasyon
become limp
yumusaklaş
limped
topallayarak
limping
topallayarak
limply
gevşekçe
limpness
gevşeklik
to limp
topallamak için
go limp
gevşemek
go limp
güçsüzleşmek
limping
{i} topallama
limping
(isim) topallama
limping
(sıfat) aksak
limping
(Tıp) Topallama, topallayarak yürüme, aksarayak yürüme
limply
(zarf) gevşekçe
limply
zayıf bir şekilde
limpness
{i} yumuşaklık
make limp
aksatmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A scraper for removing poor ore or refuse from the sieve
flaccid; flabby, as flesh
An irregular, jerky or awkward gait
To call
lacking stiffness; flimsy; as, a limp cravat
To walk lamely, as if favouring one leg
To travel with a malfunctioning system of propulsion

The bomber limped home on one engine.

{a} pliant, weak
{v} to walk lamely, to halt
{s} lacking stiffness, wilted, droopy; lifeless, lacking energy; weak; flexible
the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
not firm; "wilted lettuce
Also used figuratively
If you say that something such as an organization, process, or vehicle limps along, you mean that it continues slowly or with difficulty, for example because it has been weakened or damaged. In recent years the newspaper had been limping along on limited resources A British battleship, which had been damaged severely in the battle of Crete, came limping into Pearl Harbor
If you describe something as limp, you mean that it is soft or weak when it should be firm or strong. A residue can build up on the hair shaft, leaving the hair limp and dull looking. + limply limp·ly Flags and bunting hung limply in the still, warm air
If someone is limp, their body has no strength and is not moving, for example because they are asleep or unconscious. He carried her limp body into the room and laid her on the bed. not firm or strong
To halt; to walk lamely
not firm; "wilted lettuce"
proceed slowly or with difficulty; "the boat limped into the harbor"
A halt; the act of limping
To walk lamely, as if favouring one leg. Also used figuratively
If a person or animal limps, they walk with difficulty or in an uneven way because one of their legs or feet is hurt. I wasn't badly hurt, but I injured my thigh and had to limp He had to limp off with a leg injury. Limp is also a noun. A stiff knee following surgery forced her to walk with a limp
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury; "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury; "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day" proceed slowly or with difficulty; "the boat limped into the harbor" not firm; "wilted lettuce
{i} lameness, irregular awkward walk
{f} walk with a limp; move or progress in an awkward manner; move forward slowly and with difficulty
lacking in strength or firmness or resilience; "flaccid muscles"; "took his lax hand in hers"; "gave a limp handshake"; "a limp gesture as if waving away all desire to know" G K Chesterton; "a slack grip"
limp dick
A weak person
limp in
Before the flop, to call as opposed to raising
limp reraise
To reraise after previously calling on the same betting round
limp reraise
A reraise which was made by a player who previously called on the same betting round
limp reraised
Simple past tense and past participle of limp reraise
limp reraises
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of limp reraise
limp reraising
Present participle of limp reraise
limp-dick
A weak person
limp-wristed
implicitly weak; lackingstrength
limp-wristed
If referring to a male, having effeminate qualities or characteristics perceived to be homosexual in nature
limp-wristed
a limp-wristed man is considered to lack male qualities such as strength; sometimes used to say that a man is homosexual
limper
A person who limps
limper
Comparative form of limp: more limp
limpingly
{a} in a lame or halting manner
limpness
{n} limberness, weakness, softness
Limping
claudicant
limped
past of limp
limper
someone who has a limp and walks with a hobbling gait
limper
One who limps
limper
{i} person who limps; hobbler, one who hobbles, one who walks with a limp
limping
{s} of limp or lameness
limping
{i} claudication, lameness; disability of walking caused by crippling of the legs or feet
limping
disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet
limping
present participle of limp
limpingly
In a limping manner
limply
droopingly; weakly
limply
without rigidity; "the body was hanging limply from the tree
limply
In a limp manner, without support or resistance
limply
without rigidity; "the body was hanging limply from the tree"
limpness
{i} droopiness, lack of stiffness; lack of energy; frailness, weakness
limpness
Property of being limp
limpness
The quality or state of being limp
limpness
a flabby softness
limps
plural of , limp
limps
third-person singular of limp
noun limp 3
the way someone walks when they are limping
limp
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