pike

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kargı
turnabalığı

Gölette bir turnabalığı var. - There is a pike in the pond.

(Gıda) turna

Gölette bir turnabalığı var. - There is a pike in the pond.

Bir turna balığına nasıl yüzüleceğini öğretemezsin. - You can’t teach a pike how to swim.

(Askeri) flama direği
(Askeri) sancak direği
mızrak
{i} zirve [brit.]
asfalt
mızrak sapla
Esox lucius
mızrak/turnabalığı/zirve
{i} kazma
ana yol
paralı ana yol
i., zool. turnabalığı
(Askeri) FLAMA DİREĞİ; SANCAK DİREĞİ: Bak. "lance"
{i} köprü parası
kargı ile delmek veya öldürmek
{i} paralı yol
{i} anayol
{i} kuru ot yığını
sivri uç
{i} balıklama atlama
zirve
pike pole
sirikli kanca, yangın kancası
pike perch
uzunlevrek
pike perch
levrek (uzun) [zool.]
pike pole
sırıklı kanca
pike pole
yangın kancası
northern pike
(Denizbilim) turna balığı
northern pike
Kuzey turna balığı
turn pike
çevirmek pike
wire pike
(Askeri) TEL ÇATALI: Sahra kablosunun dökülmesini ve toplanmasını kolaylaştırmak için kullanılan ve bir ucunda kanca ile makara bulunan, 9 feet uzunluğunda sırık
wire pike
(Askeri) tel çatalı
التركية - التركية
Bir tür kabartmalı pamuklu kumaş
Uçak yüksekten, hedef üzerine büyük bir açı ile inme
Kabartmalı pamuklu kumaş
Yüksekten, hedef üzerine büyük bir açı ile inme; yüksekten hedefin üzerine dik olarak saldırma
İyi ayrılamama sebebiyle un veya irmik içerisinde kalmış olan, gözle görülebilen, iri ve koyu renkli kepek vb. parçacık
Bu kumaştan yapılan yatak örtüsü
Uçak yüksekten hedefin üzerine dik olarak saldırma
Yüksek bir yerden suya dik olarak dalma. İyi ayrılamama sebebiyle un veya irmik içerisinde kalmış olan, gözle görülebilen, iri ve koyu renkli kepek vb. parçacık
Yüksek bir yerden suya dik olarak dalma
Bu kumaştan yapılan
Bu kumaştan yapılan: "Gece sıcak olduğu için üzerine yalnız ince bir pike örtü örttük."- R. N. Güntekin
pike yapmak
Uçak dik biçimde inmek
pike yapmak
Bilardoda, masaya dikey durumda tutulmuş isteka ile topa vurmak
pike yapmak
Suya dalmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A surname of multiple origins, including Middle English pike
A mountain peak or summit

The pike of Teneriffe how high it is? 70 miles? or 50, as Patricius holds? or 9, as Snellius demonstrates in his Eratosthenes?.

A pointy extrusion at the toe of a shoe, found in old-fashioned footwear

Thus the statute of Edward the Fourth, which forbade the fine gentlemen of those times, under the degree of a lord, to wear pikes upon their shoes or boots of more than two inches in length, was a law that savoured of oppression, because, however ridiculous the fashion might appear, the restraining of it by pecuniary penalties would serve no purpose of common utility.

A sharp point, such as that of the weapon
Any carnivorous freshwater fish of the genus Esox, especially the northern pike, Esox lucius
A very long thrusting spear used two-handed by infantry both for attacks on enemy foot soldiers and as a counter-measure against cavalry assaults. The pike is not intended to be thrown

Each had a small ax in the foreangle of his saddle, and a pike about fourteen feet long, the weapon with which he charged;.

A dive position with knees straight and a tight bend at the hips

Guo and Wu took a big lead after the second dive, a back dive in pike position, which the judges awarded three perfect tens for synchronization.

To quit or back out of a promise

Don't pike on me like you did last time!.

A turnpike
To attack, prod, or injure someone with a pike
{n} a lance used by soldiers, fork, a fish of several species, with long bodies and very voracious
In former times, a pike was a weapon consisting of a pointed blade on the end of a long pole
9/98Interpreted OO language similar to C++, 1996
a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
any of several elongate long-snouted freshwater game and food fishes widely distributed in cooler parts of the northern hemisphere
Freshwater fish Appeared in northern regions soon after the last ice age ended
It is now superseded by the bayonet
n to bend forward at the waist so that both the torso and the legs are in front of the hips 身体向前弯曲。
Touching the toes when the legs are straight and together
medieval weapon consisting of a spearhead attached to a long pole or pikestaff; superseded by the bayonet
A long spear used as weapon – mainly by the infantry
highly valued northern freshwater fish with lean flesh
n to bend forward at the waist so that both the torso and the legs are in front of the hips 身體向前彎曲。
A pick
one in the center of a shield or target
A turnpike; a toll bar
When something comes down the pike, it happens or occurs. There have been threats to veto any legislation that comes down the pike. American army officer and explorer noted for his expedition up the Arkansas River to the Rocky Mountains (1806-1807). Pikes Peak is named for him. To attack or pierce with a pike.piked adj. A hill with a pointed summit. A spike or sharp point, as on the tip of a spear. A mid-air position in sports such as diving and gymnastics in which the athlete bends to touch the feet or grab the calves or back of the thighs while keeping the legs straight. Ancient and medieval infantry weapon consisting of a long, metal-pointed spear with a heavy wooden shaft 10-20 ft (3-6 m) in length. Its use by Swiss foot soldiers in the 14th century contributed to the decline of the feudal knights. A variation is used by the picador in bullfighting. Any of several voracious freshwater fishes (family Esocidae, order Salmoniformes) with a slender body, small scales, long head, shovel-like snout, large mouth, and strong teeth, and with dorsal and anal fins far back on the tail. The northern pike (Esox lucius) of North America, Europe, and northern Asia may grow to 4.5 ft (1.4 m) long and weigh 45 lbs (20 kg). A solitary hunter, it lies motionless or lurks among weeds, then suddenly lunges, seizing an approaching fish or invertebrate. Large species also take waterfowl and small mammals. See also muskellunge, pickerel. walleyed pike Pike Kenneth Lee Pike Zebulon Montgomery Pikes Peak
A pike is a large fish that lives in rivers and lakes and eats other fish. Pike is this fish eaten as food
also a flip, but one in which the acrobat has straight legs throughout, but is bent at the hips
The form pike is often used as the plural for meaning 1
A position in which the body is bent at the hips, with knees straight and toes pointed
A position where the body is bent forward at the hips to 90 ° or more while the legs are kept straight, with the thighs close to the upper body
Any of the fishes of the family Esocidæ Represented in the BWCA by a single, but prominent species, the Northern Pike (Esox lucius), typically refered to simply as Northern (The Walleye, sometimes erroneously referred to as "Walleyed Pike" is, in fact, a Perch) The name is short for pike-fish, a reference to the long, pointed snout resembling the pike, an iron tipped staff Rather like the French, where brochet is the fish, but broche is a spit
A hayfork
a very long spear-like weapon with a sharp steel point, used in the infantry
{i} spear, lance; javelin, bayonet
A long wooden shaft with a pointed iron head
A pointed or peaked hill
A large haycock
{f} hit with a javelin, pierce with a spear
A large fresh-water fish (Esox lucius), found in Europe and America, highly valued as a food fish; called also pickerel, gedd, luce, and jack
A weapon similar to a spear with a hooked barb near the tip
A foot soldier's weapon, consisting of a long wooden shaft or staff, with a pointed steel head
Any carnivorous freshwater fish of the genus Esox
any of several elongate long-snouted freshwater game and food fishes widely distributed in cooler parts of the northern hemisphere medieval weapon consisting of a spearhead attached to a long pole or pikestaff; superseded by the bayonet a sharp point (as on the end of a spear) highly valued northern freshwater fish with lean flesh
A weapon formed of a long wooden shaft with a steel point used by foot soldiers during the medieval period
a jump, while in the air keep both feet together, and put feet straight out in front of you, make sure your legs are straight The goal is for your extended legs to be parallel to the ground
A pointed head or spike; esp
n to bend forward at the waist so that both the torso and the legs are in front of the hips
Large, aggressive coldwater game fish found in lakes and rivers
{i} summit of a hill; type of large freshwater fish; toll road, turnpike; tax, tariff
a sharp point (as on the end of a spear)
pike pole
A particular kind of long tool with various uses in firefighting
pike-perch
Any of the 5 species of fish in the genus Sander of the family Percidae (perches and darters)
Pike's Peak
one of the Rocky Mountains in the US state of Colorado
pike perch
any of several pike-like fishes of the perch family
pike's peak
a mountain peak in the Rockies in central Colorado (14,109 feet high)
pike-perch
any of several pike-like fishes of the perch family
come down the pike
to emerge, come up, present itself
piked
Simple past tense and past participle of pike
piked
Describing a dive in which the knees are kept straight, but the body is bent at a right-angle at the hips
piked
{a} sharp at the end, pointed
piking
(Tıp, İlaç) Hyperthymesia, also known as piking or hyperthymestic syndrome is a condition in which an individual possesses a superior autobiographical memory, meaning he or she can recall the vast majority of personal experiences and events in his or her life. The term “hyperthymesia" is derived from the Greek words "thymesis," meaning "remembering," and "hyper," meaning "excessive."
Kenneth L Pike
born June 9, 1912, Woodstock, Conn., U.S. died Dec. 31, 2000, Dallas, Tex. U.S. linguist and anthropologist. Pike was associated throughout his career with the Summer Institute of Linguistics (now SIL International), an organization dedicated to linguistic study of little-known, unwritten languages, as an ancillary to Bible translation. He originated the linguistic theory known as tagmemics. The tagmeme, a unit comprising a function (e.g., a subject) and a class of items fulfilling that function (e.g., nouns), is identified by semantic as well as syntactic function
Kenneth Lee Pike
born June 9, 1912, Woodstock, Conn., U.S. died Dec. 31, 2000, Dallas, Tex. U.S. linguist and anthropologist. Pike was associated throughout his career with the Summer Institute of Linguistics (now SIL International), an organization dedicated to linguistic study of little-known, unwritten languages, as an ancillary to Bible translation. He originated the linguistic theory known as tagmemics. The tagmeme, a unit comprising a function (e.g., a subject) and a class of items fulfilling that function (e.g., nouns), is identified by semantic as well as syntactic function
Scafell Pike
a mountain in the Lake District, northwest England, which is the highest mountain in England
Zebulon Montgomery Pike
In 1805 he led an expedition to find the headwaters of the Mississippi River, traveling 2,000 mi (3,200 km) from St. Louis to northern Minnesota, where he erroneously identified Leech Lake as the river's source. In 1806 he was sent to the Southwest to explore the Arkansas and Red rivers. Passing through Colorado, he tried unsuccessfully to climb the 14,110-ft (4,301-m) mountain later named Pikes Peak. His party continued into northern New Mexico (1807); his report on the Santa Fe region encouraged later expansion into the Southwest. In the War of 1812 he was killed in the attack on York (Toronto)
Zebulon Montgomery Pike
born Jan. 5, 1779, Lamberton, N.J., U.S. died April 27, 1813, York, Ont. U.S. explorer. He joined the army at age
Zebulon Pike
a US army general and explorer who travelled through Louisiana and along the Mississippi River. Pike's Peak is named after him (1779-1813)
blue pike
variety inhabiting the Great Lakes
blue pike
A freshwater food and game fish (Strizostedion vitreum subsp. glaucum) found in the Great Lakes. It is a variety of the walleye. Also called blue pikeperch, blue walleye
etter pike
The stingfish, or lesser weever (Tranchinus vipera)
gar pike
See under Gar
northern pike
voracious piscivorous pike of waters of northern hemisphere
piked
Furnished with a pike; ending in a point; peaked; pointed
pikes
plural of pike
sea pike
{i} (Zoology) garfish; the European hake
sea pike
A large serranoid food fish (Centropomus undecimalis) found on both coasts of America; called also robalo
sea pike
The garfish
sea pike
The merluce
pike

    الواصلة

    Pike

    التركية النطق

    payk

    المترادفات

    northern pike

    النطق

    /ˈpīk/ /ˈpaɪk/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ pIk ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle French pique (“long thrusting weapon”), from Old French pic (“sharp point”), and from Old English pīc (“pointed object, pick axe”),“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 ultimately a variant form of pick, with meaning narrowed. Cognate with Dutch piek, dialectal German Peik, Norwegian pik. to pique.

    الازمنة

    pikes, piking, piked

    رصف المشتركة

    pike perch

    كلمة اليوم

    panegyric
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