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الإنجليزية - التركية

Biz aslanı canlı yakalamak zorundayız. - We've got to catch the lion alive.

Aslan hayvanların kralı olarak adlandırılır. - The lion is called the king of animals.

beard the lion in his den birine kendi
aslan burcu [(Astronomi) ]
{i} cesur kimse
lionlikeaslan gibi
Aslan takımyıldızı
lion heartedaslan yürekli
göze çarpan kimse veya şey
cesur kişi
aslan gibi adam
{i} başarılı ve aranan kimse
{i} görülmeye değer yerler
Aslan burcu
aslan takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
Felis leo
(isim) Arslan

Her köpek evde bir arslandır. - Every dog is a lion at home.

aslan yürekli adam
ünlü kişi
lion jaw forceps
aslanağzı pens
lion's share
aslan payı
aslan yürekli
lion roar
aslan sesi
lion's fur
aslan kürkü
lion hearted
{s} aslan yürekli
lion hearted
(sıfat) aslan yürekli
lion hunter
ünlülerin katıldığı davetleri düzenleyen kimse
lion tamer
aslan terbiyecisi
lion's beard
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) rüzgar çiçeği
lion's beard
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yel çiçeği
lion's den
aslan ini
lion's ear
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) aslankulağı
lion's ear
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) aslan kulağı
lion's tail
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) aslankuyruğu
lion's tail
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) aslan kuyruğu

Aslanlar ve leoparlar arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between lions and leopards?

Aslanlar diğer hayvanları yiyerek yaşarlar. - Lions live on other animals.

ant lion
karınca aslanı
ant lion
kumurska aslanı
australian sea lion
avustralya deniz aslanı
brave as a lion
aslan yürekli
mountain lion
dağ aslanı
mountain lion
sea lion

Denizaslanı Harekâtı, İngiltere'nin planlanan işgali için Alman kod adıydı. - Operation Sea Lion was the German code name for the planned invasion of Britain.

sea lion
the lion's share
aslan payı
A living dog is better than a dead lion
(Atasözü) Aslanın ölüsünden tilkinin dirisi yeğdir
ant lion
karınca aslan
ass in a lion's skin
aslan deri ass
baby lion
bebek aslan
cowardly lion
korkak aslan

Aslanlar yiyeceği almak için birbirleri ile döğüştüler. - The lions fought with each other to get food.

Aslanların kükremesini duydunuz mu? - Did you hear the roar of the lions?

nemean lion
nemean aslan
put one´s head in the lion´s mouth
tehlikeye atılmak, kellesini koltuğuna almak
roar like a lion
aslan gibi kükreme
sea lion
state of being a lion
aslan olma durumu
make a lion of
dikkat çekmesini sağlamak
make a lion of
ünlü muamelesi yapmak
twist the lion's tail
İngilizlerin damarına basmak
التركية - التركية

تعريف lion في التركية التركية القاموس.

Amerika'da 1917'de çeşitli meslekten insanları kültürel, insancıl amaçlar çerçevesinde toplamak amacıyla kurulan kulüp
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
: A stylized representation of a large cat, used on a coat of arms
A big cat, Panthera leo, native to Africa, India and formerly to much of Europe. The term may apply to the species as a whole, to individuals, or to male individuals. It also applies to related species like mountain lions
A famous person
An individual who shows strength and courage, attributes associated with the lion
A Chinese foo dog
A large carnivorous feline mammal (Felis leo), found in Southern Asia and in most parts of Africa, distinct varieties occurring in the different countries
The color is a tawny yellow or yellowish brown; the mane is darker, and the terminal tuft of the tail is black
{n} a bold, strong carnivorous animal, a sign in the zodiac
Layers Interworking in Optical Networks
The lion is the most popular beast in heraldry He appears in the arms of Great Britian, Denmark, Spain, Holland, Bohemia, Saxony and numerous lesser countries As early as 1127 Henry I used the lion as an ornament on a shield Of the 918 bannerets of Edward II, 225 bore lions The early English heralds seem to have confused the lion with the leopard While never drawn spotted as the real leopard, he was described in most attitudes as leo-pardé, or a lion as a leopard
large gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male
Also a beer
An object of interest and curiosity, especially a person who is so regarded; as, he was quite a lion in London at that time
large gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male a celebrity who is lionized (much sought after)
{i} species of large carnivorous cat found in Africa and southern Asia; strong and courageous person; celebrity, person who is well-known and admired
The Lion is a character that stemmed from my drawings of the Tarot deck On the strength card, Strength was shown prying open the Lion's mouth and sticking his head in like the old circus trick The Lion then became a regular character hanging out with the members of the court He never forgave Strength for his early humiliation and plotted (as much as a Lion can) for revenge which, eventually came when the original Strength was deposed The Lion has also made any appearances due to his low profile which, is accommodating when trying to fill in a composition
Loon Moon
Lithium ion battery
the fifth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about July 23 to August 22
In the wild, 70% of lion cubs do not make it to their first birthday A lion is capable of speeds up to 40 MPH but only in short bursts The black spots on the back of the ears are used for communication, e g a pride coordinating its attack without giving away its position Lion society is primarily matriarchal, the core being the pride, consisting of females and their cubs Males are primarily of use just for mating and killing hyenas
a celebrity who is lionized (much sought after)
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Leo
Emissary of the sun, symbolising light, truth and regeneration Creatures of strength and passion, which can also symbolise secret wisdom - King Soloman was symbolised as a lion
In one variety, called the maneless lion, the male has only a slight mane
A stylized representation of a large cat, used on a coat of arms
n singa
The adult male, in most varieties, has a thick mane of long shaggy hair that adds to his apparent size, which is less than that of the largest tigers
A dog, found by Sam Fathers, which eventually took on Old Ben, the bear, and won, though at great cost Major de Spain at first believed the dog was too wild to tame, but Sam Fathers conditioned the dog to tolerate humans through starvation methods Later, Boon Hogganbeck took over care and feeding of Lion from Sam, even allowing Lion to sleep with him in the cabin at Major de Spain's hunting camp When Lion attacked Old Ben and refused to let go, Boon finished the job started by Lion by killing the bear with his knife Afterwards, Boon's first concern was to get Lion to a doctor; though a doctor did tend to Lion's wounds, it was too late: the dog died at sundown the next day
A large cat, Panthera leo, native to Africa, India and formerly to much of Europe. The term may apply to the species as a whole, to individuals, or to male individuals. It also applies to related species like mountain lions
The length, however, is sometimes eleven feet to the base of the tail
A lion is a large wild member of the cat family that is found in Africa. Lions have yellowish fur, and male lions have long hair on their head and neck. Large, powerfully built cat (Panthera leo), the proverbial "king of beasts. " It is now found mainly in parts of sub-Saharan Africa, though about two hundred constitute an Asiatic race living under strict protection in India. Lions inhabit grassy plains and open savanna. The male is 6-7 ft (1.8-2.1 m) long, excluding the 3-ft (1-m) tail, stands about 4 ft (1.2 m) high at the shoulder, and weighs 370-500 lbs (170-230 kg). The female, or lioness, is considerably smaller. The male's coat is usually buff yellow or orange-brown; lionesses are more consistently tawny or sandy. The male's outstanding characteristic is his mane. Lions are unique among cats in that they live in a group, or pride, often consisting of about 15 individuals. Lionesses are the chief hunters. They prey on animals of all sizes, including hippopotamuses, but prefer wildebeests, antelopes, and zebras. After eating, a lion may rest for a week. mountain lion golden lion tamarin golden lion marmoset Lion Gulf of African lion dog Richard Coeur de Lion sea lion William the Lion Lions Clubs International Association of
A sign and a constellation; Leo
king of beasts
Lion of Judah
the emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia
Lion of Judah
Jesus Christ
Lion's Head
a mountain located in Cape Town, South Africa, between Table Mountain and Signal Hill
lion cubs
plural form of lion cub
lion's den
any dangerous or frightening place
lion's den
the lair of a lion
lion's share
The majority; a large or generous portion

They got a large donation, but the lion's share of the money went straight into paying off debt.

lion cub
baby lion
lion cub
a young lion
lion dance
(also known as Shishi Mai) traditional Japanese dance with Chinese origins
lion heart
{i} person who is extremely brave
lion hearted
{s} courageous, very brave, fearless, full of courage
lion hunter
one who stalks and kills lions, one who captures lions
lion tamer
one who trains lions, circus performer who trains lions to do tricks and follow commands
lion's foot
common perennial herb widely distributed in the southern and eastern United States having drooping clusters of pinkish flowers and thick basal leaves suggesting a lion's foot in shape; sometimes placed in genus Prenanthes
lion's share
{i} biggest part, best part
lion's share
If a person, group, or project gets the lion's share of something, they get the largest part of it, leaving very little for other people. Military and nuclear research have received the lion's share of public funding
pantropical herb having whorls of striking lipped flowers; naturalized in United States
very brave = courageous
courageousness, bravery
someone who hunts lions someone who tries to attract social lions as guests
lion-jaw forceps
a type of forceps
Asian lion
A species of lion that inhabited Asia
Atlas lion
Alternative name of the Barbary lion
Barbary lion
A subspecies of lion, Panthera leo leo
Cape lion
an extinct subspecies of lion, Panthera leo melanochaitus, which inhabited the cape of Africa
Galápagos sea lion
A species of sea lion, Zalophus wollebaeki, that breed in the Galápagos islands
Japanese sea lion
A sea lion, Zalophus japonicus, inhabiting the Sea of Japan, thought to have become extinct in the 1950s
Nemean Lion
A mythical lion of ancient Nemea that was invulnerable to attack by weapons and was slain by Hercules as one of his labours
Nubian lion
Alternative name of the Barbary lion
beard the lion in his den
To confront an adversary in his or her own environment

Duty called me to beard the lion in his den; and though no Daniel, I took on the job without fear and trembling….

cave lion
Panthera leo spelaea, an extinct subspecies of lion known from fossils and multiple examples of prehistoric art
cowardly lion
A person who acts tough but misses a golden opportunity out of fear or cowardice

On the cowardly “lion” derisive nickname: The 49ers PR people are saying that Georgatos/Brown merely overheard a few players joking about that in the locker room, and that Smith was in on it–it was just jocularity among QBs, meaning nothing, and used out of context in the story. That’s what they’re saying. -.

foo lion
A stylized lion / dog traditionally used in pairs to "guard" Chinese palaces, tombs etc
marsupial lion
An extinct genus of carnivorous marsupial that lived in Australia during the Pleistocene, scientific name Thylacoleo
mountain lion
A large wild cat native to the Americas. Scientific name: Puma concolor, previously Felis concolor
Attributive form of mountain lion

mountain-lion ferocity.

red lion
the puma
sea lion
A marine mammal of any of several genuses in the family Otariidae
Attributive form of sea lion

sea-lion look.

south american sea lion
a sea lion found on the Chilean, Peruvian, Uruguayan and Argentine coasts, with a very large head with an upturned snout
cowardly lion
(Edebiyat) The Cowardly Lion is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum. He is a lion, but he talks and interacts with humans. His name is self-applied, as he does not understand that courage means acting in the face of fear, not simply being fearful, when he believes he should be fearless, which he is only one time, when he is under the influence of an unknown substance
twist the lion's tail
(deyim) Provoke the resentment of the British
A lion
Androcles and the Lion
an ancient Roman story about a slave called Androcles who escapes from his owner and meets a lion with a thorn (=a sharp pointed part of a plant) in its foot. Androcles removes the thorn. Later he is caught and is made to fight with a lion in the arena as punishment for escaping, but the lion is the same one that he helped, and instead of attacking him, it greets him as a friend
Aphis lion
carnivorous larva of lacewing flies
Gulf of Lion
Gulf of the Mediterranean Sea, extending along the coast of southern France from the Spanish border to Toulon. Major ports along the gulf are Marseille and Sète
British Lions, the
Steller's sea lion
A large sea lion (Eumetopias jubata) with a prominent mane, found from the Bering Sea to the California coast
ant lion
winged insect resembling a dragonfly; the larvae (doodlebugs) dig conical pits where they wait to catch e g ants
ant lion
ant lion
insect which feeds on ants, insect which digs a pit and lies in wait for ants and other insects
ant lion
the larva of an ant lion or of any of several other insects
ant lion
winged insect resembling a dragonfly; the larvae (doodlebugs) dig conical pits where they wait to catch e
aphid lion
carnivorous larva of lacewing flies
aphid lion
The larva of any of several insects of the family Chrysopidae, such as the lacewing, that feed on aphids
aphis lion
The name is also applied to the larvæ of the ladybugs (Coccinella)
aphis lion
The larva of the lacewinged flies (Chrysopa), which feeds voraciously upon aphids
ass in a lion's skin
deceiver, someone who pretends to be greater than he truly is
australian sea lion
a variety of sea lion found in Australia
california sea lion
often trained as a show animal
golden lion tamarin
A small arboreal Brazilian monkey (Leontopithecus rosalia), having a silky golden coat, lionlike mane, and long, partially webbed digits. or golden lion marmoset Species of tamarin (Leontideus rosalia), having a thick, lionlike mane, black face, and long, silky, golden fur. A striking-looking animal, it is found in South America, where it is listed as critically endangered
plural of "lion"
mountain lion
large American feline resembling a lion
mountain lion
A mountain lion is a wild animal that is a member of the cat family. Mountain lions have brownish-grey fur and live in mountain regions of North and South America. = cougar. A large powerful wild cat (Felis concolor) of mountainous regions of the Western Hemisphere, having an unmarked tawny body. Also called catamount, mountain cat, panther, puma, also called regionally cougar, painter. a cougar
nemean lion
(Greek mythology) an enormous lion strangled by Hercules as the first of his 12 labors
roar of a lion
sound a lion makes
roar of the lion
sound created by a lion
sea lion
Any one of several large species of seals of the family Otariidæ native of the Pacific Ocean, especially the southern sea lion (Otaria jubata) of the South American coast; the northern sea lion (Eumetopias Stelleri) found from California to Japan; and the black, or California, sea lion (Zalophus Californianus), which is common on the rocks near San Francisco
sea lion
A sea lion is a type of large seal. Any of several large-eared seals with relatively long neck and limbs, especially Zalophus californianus, of the northern Pacific. a large type of seal that lives near the coast in the Pacific Ocean. Any of five species (family Otariidae) of eared seals found along coasts on both sides of the Pacific, from Alaska to Australia. Sea lions have short, coarse hair that lacks a distinct undercoat. The males of all but the California sea lion have a mane. Sea lions feed principally on fish, squid, and octopus. They breed in large herds; males establish a harem of 3-20 females. The California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) is the trained seal of circuses and zoos. Males of the various species range from 8 to 11 ft (2.5-3.3 m) long and weigh 600-2,200 lbs (270-1,000 kg)
sea lion
any of several large eared seals of the northern Pacific related to fur seals but lacking their valuable coat
predatory mammal which lives in the sea and is similar to a seal
south american sea lion
of the southern coast of South America
steller sea lion
largest sea lion; of the northern Pacific
the Witch and the Wardrobe Lion
a children's book by C. S. Lewis, in which four children enter the imaginary land of Narnia by walking through a wardrobe, and have many adventures there. It is the first of the series of books called The Chronicles of Narnia (1950)
young lion
immature male lion



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    /ˈlīən/ /ˈlaɪən/

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    [ 'lI-&n ] (noun.) 12th century. From Old French lion, from Latin leō, (genitive: leōnis), from Ancient Greek λέων (leōn), likely a borrowing from a Semitic language; compare Proto-Semitic *labiʾ-.


    ... jump up on the lion trainer and start hugging him. And then they're, like, making all these ...
    ... so happy. And it's got these, like, five or six lion cubs. And there's the lion trainer. ...

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