pocket

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الإنجليزية - التركية
cep

Ellerimi ceplerime koydum. - I shoved my hands into my pockets.

O ellerini ceplerine koydu. - He put his hands in his pockets.

{i} torba
{f} cebe koymak
cebine koymak
üstüne oturmak
hücre
türküm
yancık
cebe indirmek
kesim
halta
kese

Bıçak o kadar kördü ki onunla eti kesemedim ve çakıma başvurdum. - The knife was so blunt that I could not cut the meat with it and I resorted to my pocket knife.

Bıçak keskin değildi ve eti onunla kesemedim, bu yüzden son çare olarak çakımı kullandım. - That knife wasn't sharp and I couldn't cut the meat with it, so I resorted to using my pocket knife.

cebine atmak
{f} deliğe sokmak (bilardo)
{f} çembere almak (savaş)
{f} cebe yerleştirmek, cebe koymak
cebe at/cebe koy
{f} veto etmek
{f} bastırmak
{f} gizlemek, saklamak
cep,v.cebine koy: n.cep
{s} minyatür
{f} belli etmemek
{i} oyuk
{f} sineye çekmek
{i} maddi olanak
{i} kovuk
{f} üstüne yatmak
{i} çukur
{f} hazmetmek (hakaret)
{f} gizlemek
{i} hava boşluğu

Uçak birkaç hava boşluğuna isabet etti. - The plane has hit several air pockets.

{f} iç etmek
{f} cebe atmak
(Askeri) alan
grup
(Askeri) bölge
deve yapmak
(Tıp) paket

Tom Mary'nin ona verdiği parayı paketledi. - Tom pocketed the money Mary gave him.

ceplik
cebe
pocket money
harçlık
pocket balance
el terazisi
pocket battleship
yancık zırhlısı
pocket book
yancık defteri
pocket book
cüzdan
pocket calculator
küçük hesap makinesi
pocket comb
cep tarağı
pocket computer
yancık bilgisayarı
pocket computer
cep bilgisayarı
pocket dictionary
küçük sözlük
pocket guide
cep kılavuzu
pocket knife
çakı
pocket lamp
yancık lambası
pocket lighter
çakmak
pocket money
yancık harçlığı
pocket radio
yancık ünalgısı
pocket watch
cep saati
pocket bock
cep Bock
pocket book
cep kitabı
pocket compass
cep pusulası
pocket door
sürgülü kapı
pocket flap
(Giyim) Cep kapağı
pocket handkerchief
cebinde mendil
pocket map
cep harita
pocket pc
(Bilgisayar) Cep bilgisayarı
pocket radio
cep radyosu
pocket rule
cep kural
pocket size
cep boyutunda
pocket so.'s pried
cep öyle. 'pried s
pocket zipper
Cep fermuarı
pocket battleship
cep kruvazörü
pocket book
el çantası [amer.]
pocket book
cep defteri
pocket calculator
cep hesap makinesi
pocket chamber
cep dozimetresi
pocket dose meter
(Nükleer Bilimler) cep doz ölçer,cep dozimetresi
pocket dosemeter
cep dozölçeri
pocket dosimeter
(Çevre) cep dozimetresi
pocket edition
küçük kitap
pocket edition
cep baskısı
pocket exposure meter
cep dozimetresi
pocket facings
(Tekstil) cep karşılıkları
pocket folder
cep klasörü
pocket guide
(booklet) Cep kılavuzu
pocket half
yarım cep
pocket handkerchief
(Tekstil) cep mendili
pocket lamp
cep feneri
pocket lamp
cep lambası
pocket meter
cep göstergesi
pocket money
cep harçlığı

Cep harçlığınızı boşa harcamayın. - Don't waste your pocket money.

Tom her hafta eşinden belirli bir miktar cep harçlığı alır. Haftanın sonunda artan parayı kumbarasına koyar. - Tom receives a certain amount of pocket money from his wife every week. He puts whatever remains at the end of the week into his piggy bank.

pocket mouth
(Tekstil) cep ağzı
pocket notebook
cep defteri
pocket of magma
magma ocağı
pocket of sand
kum cebi
pocket one's pride
(deyim) gururunu ayaklar altına almak
pocket panel
cep panel
pocket penetrometer
(İnşaat) cep penetrometresi
pocket penetrometer
(İnşaat) cep tipi beton penetrometresi
pocket plate battery
(Elektrik, Elektronik) hazneli plaka batarya
pocket pleat
(Tekstil) cep pilesi
pocket price
(Ticaret) nihai fiyat
pocket reference
el kitapçığı
pocket size
cep tipi
pocket size
küçük boy
pocket sized
{s} küçük boy
pocket sized
{s} cep tipi
punched pocket
Şeffaf dosya
punched pocket
Poşet dosya
cheek pocket
avurt
chest pocket
(Tekstil) göğüs cebi
flap pocket
(Tekstil) kapaklı cep
hanging pocket
(Tekstil) torbalı cep
in one's pocket
nüfuzu altında
magazine pocket
(Askeri) şarjör çantası
out of pocket
cepten çıkmış
out of pocket
sarfedilmiş
patch pocket
(Tekstil) dıştan vurmalı cep
air pocket
tenek boşluğu
beam pocket
kiriş yuvası
breast pocket
göğüs cebi
have a death adder in one's pocket
günahını vermemek
have in one's pocket
-i parmağında oynatmak
hip pocket
arka cep
out of pocket
zarar etmiş
out of pocket
sarf edilmiş
out of pocket
zararda
out-of-pocket expenses
küçük nakit masraflar
pick pocket
yankesici
pick sb's pocket
-in cebinden bir şey yürütmek
pocketful
cep dolusu
pocketful
sürüyle
pocketful
yancık dolusu
put one's hand into one's pocket
elini cebine götürmek
Pocketing
cepleme
air pocket
hava boşluğu

Uçak birkaç hava boşluğuna isabet etti. - The plane has hit several air pockets.

back pocket
Arka cep
be in pocket
kâr etmek
be out of pocket
zarar etmek
deep pocket
(deyim) Para kasası, para babası

Germany is adamantly opposed to serving as the deep pocket for its profligate partners.

have somebody in one's pocket
çantada keklik
line one's own pocket
(deyim) Kendi cebini doldurmak

Some politicians lines their own pockets in stead of working for the country.

patch pocket
dıştan cep
pick-pocket
pick-cep
pinch, pocket
çimdik, cep
pitch pocket
(ağaç) çıra oyuğu, reçine boşluğu
protective pocket
Koruyucu muhafaza
valley pocket gopher
vadi cep gopher
burn a hole in the pocket
(deyim) para suyunu çekmek
complex pocket
(Diş Hekimliği) birkaç diş yüzünü birden ilgilendiren ancak tek yüzden açılımı olan periodontal cep
five pocket trousers
(Tekstil) 5 cepli pantolon
i would like to buy a pocket dictionary
cep sözlüğü satın almak istiyorum
infra bony pocket
(Diş Hekimliği) tabanı, bitişik olduğu alveol kemiği kretinden daha apikal yönde olan ve yan duvarı diş yüzeyi ile alveol kemiği arasında olan periodontal cep türü
inside pocket
(Tekstil) iç cep
ion chamber pocket dosemeter
(Nükleer Bilimler) iyon odalı cep dozimetresi
ionization chamber pocket dosimeter
(Nükleer Bilimler) iyon odalı cep dozimetresi,iyon odalı cep
line one's pocket
cebini doldurmak
line one's pocket
kesesini doldurmak
lining pocket
(Tekstil) astar cebi
magazine pocket
(Askeri) ŞARJÖR ÇANTASI: Fişeklik üzerinde taşınan ve fişeklerle doldurulmuş bir şarjörü ihtiva eden hap
out of pocket
nakit ödenen
out of pocket
cepten
out of pocket expenses
nakit harcamalar
out of pocket expenses
cepten çıkmış masraflar
pocketed
cebe at/cebe koy
pocketed
cepli
pocketful
cep dolu
pocketing
(Tıp) İçi cerahatle dolu cep şeklinde boşluk veya boşluklar oluşması
pockets
torbalar
pockets
cepler

Ellerimi ceplerime koydum. - I stuck my hands in my pockets.

Ben ellerini ceplerine koydu. - Ben put his hands in his pockets.

pockets
gözaltı torbaları
primer pocket
(Avcılık) kapsül yuvası
put one's hand in one's pocket
para harcamak
put smb. in one's pocket
parmağında oynatmak
put smb. in one's pocket
avucuna almak
rust pocket
pas cebi
sash pocket
(İnşaat) pencere ağırlık yuvası
seam pocket
(Tekstil) cep dikişi
slit pocket
(Tekstil) yırtmaçlı cep
steam pocket
buhar cebi
trouser pocket
(Tekstil) pantalon cebi
vest pocket
minyatür
vest pocket camera
cep fotoğraf makinesi
watch pocket
{i} saat cebi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An area of land surrounded by a loop of a river (Australian English)
A bag stitched to an item of clothing, used for carrying small items
An indention and cavity with a net sack or similar structure (into which the balls are to be struck) at each corner and one centered on each side of a pool or snooker table
An enclosed volume of one substance surrounded by another

The drilling expedition discovered a pocket of natural gas.

Referring to the two initial hole cards

A pocket pair of kings.

To shoplift, to steal
Smaller or more compact than usual

pocket battleship.

The region directly behind the offensive line in which the quarterback executes plays
The area of the field to the side of the goal posts (four pockets in total on the field, one to each side of the goals at each end of the ground). The pocket is only a roughly defined area, extending from the behind post, at an angle, to perhaps about 30 meters out
To put (something) into a pocket
An area where military units are completely surrounded by enemy units
To cause a ball to go into one of the pockets of the table; to complete a shot
Of a size suitable for putting into a pocket

pocket dictionary.

To take and keep (especially money) that which is not one's own
{n} a small
{v} to put in a pocket
To take clandestinely or fraudulently
Your unique cards that only you can see For instance, "He had pocket sixes" (a pair of sixes), or "I had ace-king in the pocket "
{i} pouch used to carry objects; sac; saccule; underground deposit of oil
To take and keep (especially money) that is not ones own
{s} small; of a pocket, of a pouch
Same as Pouch
A small area of very rich ore either isolated or in a vein with lower quality ore; also called a kidney
n The cradle of motive and the grave of conscience In woman this organ is lacking; so she acts without motive, and her conscience, denied burial, remains ever alive, confessing the sins of others
A well defined opening between the rings of annual growth which develops during the growth of the tree
a small isolated group of people; "they were concentrated in pockets inside the city"; "the battle was won except for cleaning up pockets of resistance"
a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly
A bag or pouch; especially; a small bag inserted in a garment for carrying small articles, particularly money; hence, figuratively, money; wealth
a small pouch inside a garment for carrying small articles an opening at the corner or on the side of a billiard table into which billiard balls are struck a small isolated group of people; "they were concentrated in pockets inside the city"; "the battle was won except for cleaning up pockets of resistance"
A pocket of something is a small area where something is happening, or a small area which has a particular quality, and which is different from the other areas around it. He survived the earthquake after spending 3 days in an air pocket The army controls the city apart from a few pockets of resistance
Area of water found behind an obstruction in a stream Food accumulates in a pocket for fish to eat
A pocket is a kind of small bag which forms part of a piece of clothing, and which is used for carrying small things such as money or a handkerchief. He took his flashlight from his jacket pocket and switched it on The man stood with his hands in his pockets
You use pocket to describe something that is small enough to fit into a pocket, often something that is a smaller version of a larger item. a pocket calculator. my pocket edition of the Oxford English Dictionary
(diminutive of poche, a pouch) To put one's hand in one's pocket To give money (generally to some charity) Put your pride in your pocket Lay your pride aside for the nonce To be in pocket To be a gainer by some transaction To be out of pocket To be a loser by some transaction
A body of sand surrounded on all but one side by molten metal
Your first two down cards Hold'em players tend to call them pocket cards; stud players tend to call them hole cards
disapproval If you say that someone is in someone else's pocket, you disapprove of the fact that the first person is willing to do whatever the second person tells them, for example out of weakness or in return for money. The board of directors must surely have been in Johnstone's pocket
A net or similar struture at each corner, and halfway along the edge, of a billiard table into which balls are to be struck
A circle of blockers surrounding the quarterback to protect him from defenders, after he had dropped back to pass
The strung part of the head of the stick which holds the ball
The space between the head pin and the 3-pin for right-handed bowlers, the 2-pin for left-handed bowlers This is the target for the first ball in a frame
{f} steal from a pocket; put into a pocket; profit; roll a ball into a hole (Billiards)
If someone picks your pocket, they steal something from your pocket, usually without you noticing. They were more in danger of having their pockets picked than being shot at. pocket gopher pocket billiards pocket mouse
n an indented climbing feature that requires insertion of appendages to use
The portion of a cage shaped to hold the ball or roller Also Ball Pocket; Roller Pocket
One of several bags attached to a billiard table, into which the balls are driven
The two cards dealt to you face down in hold'em, or the first two face down in seven card stud are your pocket cards, or hole cards Hold'em players tend to call them pocket cards, stud players tend to call them hole cards See also pocket pair
the receptacle for a hand in a duplicate board
take unlawfully
If someone pockets something, they put it in their pocket, for example because they want to steal it or hide it. Anthony snatched his letters and pocketed them
an enclosed space; "the trapped miners found a pocket of air"
If you say that someone pockets something such as a prize or sum of money, you mean that they win or obtain it, often without needing to make much effort or in a way that seems unfair. He pocketed more money from this tournament than in his entire three years as a professional
The area of the field to the side of the goal posts (four pockets in total on the field, one to each side of the goals at each end of the ground). The pocket is only a roughly defined area, extending from the behind post, at an angle, to perhaps about 30 metres out
A bight on a lee shore
(n ) an indented climbing feature that requires insertion of appendages to use
If you are out of pocket, you have less money than you should have or than you intended, for example because you have spent too much or because of a mistake. They were well out of pocket -- they had spent far more in Hollywood than he had earned see also out-of-pocket
The strung part of the head of a stick that holds the ball
A large bag or sack used in packing various articles, as ginger, hops, cowries, etc
Envelope with the opening on the short side
a hollow concave shape made by removing something
the area behind the offensive line, where the quarterback is protected by his blockers
The area the quarterback sets up his pass from Guarded against the opposition to hopefully form a safe "pocket"
a supply of money; "they dipped into the taxpayers' pockets"
A strip of canvas, sewn upon a sail so that a batten or a light spar can placed in the interspace
(1) A station on the gathering line (2) Paper, cloth, vinyl or other material made into a pocket, with or without gussets, affixed inside the front or back cover of a book to top
A protected area formed by members of the offensive line several yards behind the line of scrimmage within which the quarterback sets up to pass
A hole or space covered by a movable piece of board, as in a floor, boxing, partitions, or the like
A socket for receiving the foot of a post, stake, etc
You can use pocket in a lot of different ways to refer to money that people have, get, or spend. For example, if someone gives or pays a lot of money, you can say that they dig deep into their pocket. If you approve of something because it is very cheap to buy, you can say that it suits people's pockets. ladies' fashions to suit all shapes, sizes and pockets
Area between 1-2 pins for a lefty and 1-3 pins for a right hander
Pocket Cube
A variety of Rubik's Cube with only 8 cubies arranged as a 2×2×2 cube
Pocket Cubes
plural form of Pocket Cube
pocket battleship
Any of a class of German cruisers, having guns normally found on a battleship, operated during World War II; a battlecruiser
pocket bike
A miniature motorcycle, with a wheelbase in the range of 1000 mm and an engine displacing as little as 40cc
pocket bikes
plural form of pocket bike
pocket billiards
A family of billiards games played on a specific class of billiards table, having six receptacles called pockets (or "holes") along the rails, in which balls are deposited as the main goal of play
pocket call
An unintentional telephone call made from a cell phone in a (pant) pocket due to body movement
pocket calls
plural form of pocket call
pocket door
A door that slides into the wall
pocket doors
plural form of pocket door
pocket flask
A flat metal container for alcoholic beverages, with a narrow neck suitable for use as a drinking spout, designed to fit into a man's pocket and popular in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

The traveller had been at the pains of going a long way up-stairs to his sleeping-room to fetch his pocket-flask of brandy.

pocket flasks
plural form of pocket flask
pocket gopher
A burrowing rodent of the family Geomyidae, the "true" gophers
pocket gophers
plural form of pocket gopher
pocket handkerchieves
plural form of pocket handkerchief
pocket knives
plural form of pocket knife
pocket litter
items in a spy's pocket (ex. ticket stubs, coins) to make their cover seem more authentic
pocket money
A small sum of money given to a child, by a parent or guardian
pocket money
A small sum of cash, carried on the person, for small, daily expenses
pocket pair
Two hole cards of the same value

Pocket aces is the best possible pocket pair.

pocket pairs
plural form of pocket pair
pocket park
A small public park

The Central West End Midtown Development Corp. has shed its somewhat unwieldy moniker for the sleeker Park Central Development Corp. The new name is meant to reflect the relationship of the neighborhoods to Forest Park, Tower Grove Park, the Missouri Botanical Garden and numerous pocket parks.

pocket parks
plural form of pocket park
pocket pistol
Any handgun suitable to be carried in a pocket of one's clothing, usually of a small caliber
pocket pistol
A semi-automatic handgun designed to be carried inconspicuously in a pocket of one's clothing
pocket pistols
plural form of pocket pistol
pocket pool
A variation of the game of pool
pocket pool
The act of manipulating the penis and testicles through a trouser pocket; masturbation
pocket protector
A sheath, usually of plastic, designed to fit in a shirt pocket and hold pens and other small implements, preventing them from tearing or staining the shirt
pocket protectors
plural form of pocket protector
pocket rockets
A pair of aces as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
pocket square
A handkerchief used as an accessory to a suit
pocket trumpet
A compact size B-flat major trumpet, with the same range as a standard B-flat major trumpet
pocket trumpets
plural form of pocket trumpet
pocket veto
A (de facto) veto of a bill by the US President by restricting Congressional action on the bill, as, figuratively, by carrying the bill in his pocket until the deadline for signing it has passed
pocket vetos
plural form of pocket veto
pocket watch
A watch carried in the pocket, often with a closing cover and usually attached to a chain
pocket watches
plural form of pocket watch
pocket-flask
Alternative spelling of pocket flask
pocket-handkerchief
small, or of restricted size

The pocket-handkerchief garden had trees of cypress, olive, lemon and orange,she emphasized.

pocket-pool
Alternative spelling of pocket pool

Before he could even begin to understand introductory algebra, he had to re-learn the fractions that he and Teddy and Vern had played pocket-pool through in the fifth grade.

pocket-sized
small enough to fit into a pocket
pocket-sized
small-scale, downsized
pocket-watch
Attributive form of pocket watch

pocket-watch glister.

pocket an insult
swallow an insult, accept an insult without reacting
pocket battleship
Any of several German warships built in the late 1920s and early 1930s that were smaller, less well armed, and less heavily armored than a conventional battleship. a fairly small fighting ship
pocket battleship
a small battleship built to conform with treaty limitations on tonnage and armament (from 1925 to 1930)
pocket book
portable book, book which is small enough to be carried in the pocket
pocket book
pocket-sized paperback book
pocket borough
A borough in England, before the parliamentary reform of 1832, whose representation was controlled by a single person or family
pocket borough
a sparsely populated borough in which all or most of the land is owned by a single family
pocket calculator
mini-computer the size of one's palm that is used usually for arithmetic calculations
pocket calculator
a small piece of electronic equipment that you use to do calculations
pocket camera
camera which is small enough to be carried in the pocket
pocket dictionary
a dictionary that is small enough to carry in your pocket
pocket dictionary
miniature dictionary for everyday useful words and phrases
pocket edition
edition small enough to fit in a pocket
pocket flap
a flap that covers the access to a pocket
pocket handkerchief
a handkerchief
pocket knife
a knife with a blade that folds into the handle; suitable for carrying in the pocket
pocket knife
small knife with blades that can be folded into the handle
pocket knife
A pocket knife is a small knife with several blades which fold into the handle so that you can carry it around with you safely. = penknife. pocket knives a small knife with one or more blades that fold into the handle = penknife
pocket money
allowance, spending money
pocket money
cash for day-to-day spending on incidental expenses
pocket money
Pocket money is money which children are given by their parents, usually every week. We agreed to give her £6 a week pocket money. Money for incidental or minor expenses
pocket mouse
any of various small nocturnal burrowing desert rodents with cheek pouches and long hind legs and tail
pocket mouse
Any of various small, nocturnal North American burrowing rodents of the genus Perognathus, related to the kangaroo rat and having fur-lined external cheek pouches, small ears, and a long tail. Any of about 30 species of nocturnal North American rodents constituting the genus Perognathus (family Heteromyidae), having fur-lined, external cheek pouches that open alongside the mouth. Pocket mice are yellowish brown to dark gray and are 2.5-5 in. (6-13 cm) long, excluding a tail of about the same length. They are usually solitary and inhabit dry and desert regions. They carry food (mainly seeds) in their pouches and store it in their burrows. Spiny pocket mice (most in the genera Liomys and Heteromys; family Heteromyidae), found from Mexico through Central America, are gray, brown, or black nocturnal burrowers that inhabit wet, forested regions as well as dry country
pocket pc
Microsoft's latest operating system for handheld or PDA devices There are currently several hardware manufacturers selling devices that come with Pocket PC: Compaq (iPaq), HP (Jornada 545 & 548) and Casio (Cassiopeia E115) Pocket PCs come with Microsoft Reader pre-installed For more see Pocket PC eBooks Watch - ceBooks blogspot com
pocket pc
A computer that fits in the palm of your hand which runs the latest Windows CE Operating System 3 0 Includes Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks as well as other applications For more information read Pocket PC Articles and the PC Companion Feature Comparison
pocket pc
an upgraded version of Windows CE that offers greater stability and a new interface Features include mobile Internet capabilities, an e-book reader, and handwriting recognition
pocket pc
Programming System Windows Home
pocket pc
A PDA running the Windows operating system
pocket pc
The name of Microsoft's Windows CE-based PDA OS idea Incorporating powerful hardware, multimedia functionality and strict standards, it is one of the two major powers in the PDA market
pocket pistol
small bottle of an alcoholic beverage
pocket rat
any of various rodents with cheek pouches
pocket size
small enough to fit a pocket, small enough to be carried comfortably inside a person's pocket; small scale, limited in size (e.g.: "pocket size business")
pocket sized
{s} very small; small enough to fit a pocket
pocket veto
The retention by the President of the United States of a bill unsigned so that it does not become a law, in virtue of the following constitutional provision Const
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pocket veto
Also, an analogous retention of a bill by a State governor
pocket veto
a method used by the US President to stop a bill (=proposal for a new law) . The President keeps the proposal without signing it until Congress is not working any more
pocket veto
indirect veto of legislation by refusing to sign it
pocket veto
" Also, an analogous retention of a bill by a State governor
pocket veto
(in the USA) method for vetoing a bill in which the President simply does not sign it (when Congress is not in session - if the bill is not signed within 10 days it is automatically killed)
pocket watch
watch that a person holds in the pants or suit pocket (usually with a chain attached)
pocket watch
a watch that is carried in a small watch pocket
pocket-handkerchief
a handkerchief that is carried in a pocket
pocket-handkerchief
a pocket-handkerchief garden or area of land is very small and usually square
pocket-size
small enough to be carried in a garment pocket; "pocket-size paperbacks"
pocket-size
limited in size or scope; "a small business"; "a newspaper with a modest circulation"; "small-scale plans"; "a pocket-size country"
pocket-size
small enough to be carried in a garment pocket; "pocket-size paperbacks
pocket-sized
approval If you describe something as pocket-sized, you approve of it because it is small enough to fit in your pocket. a handy pocket-sized reference book. small enough to fit into your pocket or be carried easily
poly pocket
A clear plastic sleeve for documents. A sheet protector
air pocket
a local region of low atmospheric pressure, or a local downward current; especially one that causes an aircraft to lose height suddenly
burn a hole in one's pocket
To cause someone to be tempted to spend money

The fortune burned a hole in his pocket, and he could not resist spending several thousand francs on jewelry for Eveline;.

cosh pocket
A hidden pocket in a man's suit for carrying and concealing a cosh
green pocket
The corner pocket on a snooker table that is nearest the green spot
hip-pocket flask
A pocket flask

I saw Lorna drink lemonade into which liquor had been poured from a hip-pocket flask.

in one's pocket
Subject to one's whims because of bribery
inside pocket
A pocket at the inside of a garment

Many men keep their wallet in an inside pocket.

is that a gun in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me
Indicates the speaker has noticed an erection underneath the interlocutor's clothes
out of pocket
Of or pertaining to the spending of cash rather than using credit

I had lots of out-of-pocket expenses.

out of pocket
Lacking funds, or suffering a loss

After three races he was £10 out of pocket.

out-of-pocket
Alternative spelling of out of pocket
patch pocket
A pocket made of a piece of fabric by sewing it onto the outside of a garment
pill in the pocket
A pill carried in a pocket of one's clothing such as pants or a coat
pill in the pocket
A medication, usually prescribed by a physician, which the patient is to carry with him or her, and which is to be used only under certain conditions
piss in someone's pocket
To say flattering or fawning things to a person in the hope of gaining favour with them. This is often found in the negative, denying that one's words are meant as flattery

Everyone will piss in your pocket when they think you are going to be the next big thing.

trouser pocket
A pocket in a pair of trousers
vest-pocket
Small enough to be carried in a vest pocket or other small container

She carried a vest-pocket copy of the New Testament in her purse at all times.

vest-pocket
By extension, anything smaller than would ordinarily be expected

Levi's apartment was a vest-pocket Graceland; every inch of wall and shelf space was covered by Elvis memorabilia.

watch pocket
A small pocket in the waistband of mens' trousers or other garment for carrying a pocket watch
yellow pocket
The corner pocket on a snooker table that is nearest the yellow spot
deep pocket
(deyim) Deep pocket is an American slang term; it usually means "extensive financial wealth or resources". It is usually used in reference to big companies or organizations (ex: the American tobacco companies have "deep pockets"), although it can be used in reference to individuals (e.g., Bill Gates, Donald Trump)
line one's own pocket
(deyim) Fig. to make money for oneself in a greedy or dishonest fashion

1. They are interested in lining their pockets first and serving the people second. 2. You can't blame them for wanting to line their own pockets.

out of pocket
out of reach
A pocket
poket
air pocket
An enclosed air space above a lake water surface in a cave Only accessible by diving Cave - Parts of Ref WM
air pocket
Dead air spaces in concrete, which are also known as a void, are usually one millimeter, with entrained pockets being smaller
be out of pocket
be penniless, be broke
besom pocket
A flapless pocket trimmed with welting or reinforced stitching
break the egg in somebody's pocket
spoil someone's plans
breast pocket
The breast pocket of a man's coat or jacket is a pocket, usually on the inside, next to his chest. I kept the list in my breast pocket
breast-pocket
a pocket on the outside of a shirt or jacket, above the breast
burns a hole in his pocket
he feels he must spend the coin/money
deep pocket
a source of substantial wealth (usually plural); "a patron of the arts should have deep pockets
deep pocket
a source of substantial wealth (usually plural); "a patron of the arts should have deep pockets"
deep pocket
great resources, wealthy
folding pocket-knife
penknife that can be folded shut for safe and compact storage
gas pocket
air pocket
gas pocket
A weld cavity caused by the trapping of gases releasd by the metal when cooling
hip pocket
a back pocket in a pair of trousers or a skirt
hispid pocket mouse
large stiff-haired rodent of shortgrass prairies of United States
in one's pocket
fully under one's control or ownership
money burns holes in one's pocket
available money makes people want to spend it
northern pocket gopher
grayish to brown gopher of western and central United States
out-of-pocket
Copayment, coinsurance and/or deductible paid by the beneficiary
out-of-pocket
Out-of-pocket expenses are those which you pay out of your own money on behalf of someone else, and which are often paid back to you later. see also pocket
out-of-pocket
Money spent by members for health/medical care that the health plan either requires them to pay (such as a deductible or co-pay) or does not cover Does not include health insurance premium payments
out-of-pocket
The maximum amount that you need to pay for eligible medical expenses during each calendar year After you reach the Plan's out-of-pocket limit, the Plan pays 100% of covered expenses, except for substance abuse treatment, for the rest of the calendar year
out-of-pocket
the portion of health services payments required to be paid by the enrollee, including copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles
out-of-pocket
calling for the spending of cash; "his out-of-pocket costs were $10
out-of-pocket expenses
small amounts of money that you have to spend as part of your job, and get back from your employer
patch pocket
An unfitted flat pocket on the outside of a garment
plains pocket mouse
small rodent of open areas of United States plains states
pocketed
past of pocket
pocketful
the quantity a pocket will hold
pocket

    الواصلة

    pock·et

    التركية النطق

    päkıt

    المتضادة

    big, huge, large, mound, mountain, give

    النطق

    /ˈpäkət/ /ˈpɑːkət/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'pä-k&t ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English pocket (“bag, sack”), from Anglo-Norman poket, diminutive of Old Northern French poque, poke (“bag, sack”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *pokka (“pouch”), from Proto-Germanic *puk-, *pūka- (“bag, pouch”), from Proto-Indo-European *buk-, *bu-, *beu- (“to blow, swell”). Cognate with Middle Dutch poke, Alemannic German Pfoch (“purse, bag”), Old English pocca, pohha (“poke, pouch, pocket, bag”), Old Norse poki (“bag, pocket”). See also Modern French pochette.

    الازمنة

    pocketfuls, pocketing, pocketed

    رصف المشتركة

    pocket money

    فيديوهات

    ... out of that family's pocket. Governor Romney not only opposed it, he suggested that in ...
    ... can see you and hear you, where we put them in your pocket and take them into the toilet, ...

    كلمة اليوم

    sass
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