pockets

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الإنجليزية - التركية
gözaltı torbaları
torbalar
cepler

O, elleri ceplerinde duruyordu. - He was standing with his hands in his pockets.

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

pocket
cep

O, elleri ceplerinde duruyordu. - He was standing with his hands in his pockets.

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

pocket
kesim
pocket
hücre
pocket
deve yapmak
pocket
(Tıp) paket

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

pocket
(Askeri) alan
pocket
üstüne oturmak
pocket
grup
pocket
(Askeri) bölge
pocket
cebine koymak
have short arms and deep pockets
günahını koklatmamak
line one's pockets
cebini doldurmak
line one's pockets
yolunu bulmak
live in each other's pockets
içtikleri su ayrı gitmemek
pocket
türküm
pocket
halta
pocket
cebe koymak
pocket
cebe indirmek
pocket
cebine atmak
pocket
kese

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.

Bıçak o kadar kördü ki onunla eti kesemedim ve benim çakımı kullanmak zorunda kaldım. - The knife was so dull that I couldn't cut the meat with it and I had to use my pocketknife.

pocket
torba
pocket
yancık
deep pockets
Derin cepler
pick pockets
Kapkaç yapmak, yankesicilik yapmak
picking pockets
cepler toplama
pocket
ceplik
pocket
cebe
trouser pockets
pantolon ceplerini
pick pockets
yankesicilik yapmak
pocket
{f} veto etmek
pocket
{f} üstüne yatmak
pocket
{i} oyuk
pocket
iç etmek
pocket
{i} maddi olanak
pocket
{i} kovuk
pocket
{i} çukur
pocket
cebe at/cebe koy
pocket
{f} hazmetmek (hakaret)
pocket
{f} gizlemek
pocket
{i} hava boşluğu

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

pocket
{f} cebe atmak
pocket
{f} belli etmemek
pocket
minyatür
pocket
{f} sineye çekmek
pocket
{f} deliğe sokmak (bilardo)
pocket
{f} çembere almak (savaş)
pocket
{f} cebe yerleştirmek, cebe koymak
pocket
cep,v.cebine koy: n.cep
pocket
{f} bastırmak
pocket
{f} gizlemek, saklamak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
he undesirable formation of large cavities or pockets in the foam structure Pocketing is usually caused by rapid formation and/or release of the blowing agent before the polymer structure has gained sufficient strength to contain the gas
When pockets form in 5D they can be oriented in other ways than the default
plural of pocket
any opening built into a binder for storing loose sheets These can be any size or shape because special dies can create whatever effect you desire
third-person singular of pocket
Pockets on tuxedos can be flap, or besom (inset and trimmed in satin)
The undesirable formation of large cavities or pockets in the foam structure Pocketing is usually caused by rapid formation and/or release of the blowing agent before the polymer structure has gained sufficient strength to contain the gas [Also see "Splits" ]
Pockets are hems welded into the vinyl to accept gripper bars for vinyl installation They are similar to a hem in a curtain Pockets will be a standard 3" (top, bottom, & sides) This results in a pocket with a 6" circumference In terms of the vinyl face, the "pocket" is more accurately described as a "margin " A 14' image with 3" bleeds and 3" pockets (or margins) yields a finished size of 15' (Also referred to as "wrap ") Regardless of whether a board is printed with or without bleeds or margins, the mechanical pocket still exists This pocket typically is 4" of material, folded over and seamed with a 1" seam yielding a 3" pocket
pockets full of money
lots of money, rich
pockets of resistance
small scattered areas where there is still opposition
pockets of ugliness in a sea of beauty
bits and pieces of unpleasantness in pleasant surroundings
pockets of unemployment
areas where there is a higher unemployment rate than that of the general population
deep pockets
An ample supply of money, especially money which one is willing to spend; the possessor of such money

The federal government was the one party with the deep pockets to meet the rent-seeking needs of insurers and high-risk property owners.

green pockets
plural form of green pocket
line one's pockets
To accumulate personal wealth, especially in an illegal or morally objectionable manner

In most cases, the scofflaws didn't pay their corporate income tax or company owners lined their pockets with the IRS payroll taxes they'd collected from their employees.

pocket
To take and keep (especially money) that which is not one's own
pocket
To shoplift, to steal
pocket
Smaller or more compact than usual

pocket battleship.

pocket
Referring to the two initial hole cards

A pocket pair of kings.

pocket
Of a size suitable for putting into a pocket

pocket dictionary.

pocket
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
pocket
To put (something) into a pocket
pocket
The region directly behind the offensive line in which the quarterback executes plays
pocket
An area where military units are completely surrounded by enemy units
pocket
To cause a ball to go into one of the pockets of the table; to complete a shot
pocket
A bag stitched to an item of clothing, used for carrying small items
pocket
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
yellow pockets
plural form of yellow pocket
pocket
{n} a small
pocket
{v} to put in a pocket
cheese dough pockets
small pastry filled with cheese
line one's pockets
earn money, profit
line one's pockets
make a lot of money
pick pockets
steal from people's pockets
picking pockets
stealing from someone's pocket
pocket
n an indented climbing feature that requires insertion of appendages to use
pocket
Your first two down cards Hold'em players tend to call them pocket cards; stud players tend to call them hole cards
pocket
To take and keep (especially money) that is not ones own
pocket
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
pocket
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
pocket
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
pocket
A well defined opening between the rings of annual growth which develops during the growth of the tree
pocket
(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
pocket
Area of water found behind an obstruction in a stream Food accumulates in a pocket for fish to eat
pocket
A body of sand surrounded on all but one side by molten metal
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
pocket
The portion of a cage shaped to hold the ball or roller Also Ball Pocket; Roller Pocket
pocket
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
pocket
A circle of blockers surrounding the quarterback to protect him from defenders, after he had dropped back to pass
pocket
The strung part of the head of the stick which holds the ball
pocket
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
pocket
{f} steal from a pocket; put into a pocket; profit; roll a ball into a hole (Billiards)
pocket
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
pocket
To take clandestinely or fraudulently
pocket
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
pocket
{i} pouch used to carry objects; sac; saccule; underground deposit of oil
pocket
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
pocket
{s} small; of a pocket, of a pouch
pocket
(n ) an indented climbing feature that requires insertion of appendages to use
pocket
Area between 1-2 pins for a lefty and 1-3 pins for a right hander
pocket
A hole or space covered by a movable piece of board, as in a floor, boxing, partitions, or the like
pocket
The strung part of the head of a stick that holds the ball
pocket
(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
pocket
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
pocket
an enclosed space; "the trapped miners found a pocket of air"
pocket
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
pocket
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
pocket
A bight on a lee shore
pocket
An area of land surrounded by a loop of a river (Australian English)
pocket
An enclosed volume of one substance surrounded by another
pocket
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
pocket
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
pocket
A large bag or sack used in packing various articles, as ginger, hops, cowries, etc
pocket
Envelope with the opening on the short side
pocket
a hollow concave shape made by removing something
pocket
the area behind the offensive line, where the quarterback is protected by his blockers
pocket
The area the quarterback sets up his pass from Guarded against the opposition to hopefully form a safe "pocket"
pocket
a supply of money; "they dipped into the taxpayers' pockets"
pocket
A strip of canvas, sewn upon a sail so that a batten or a light spar can placed in the interspace
pocket
The 1-3 for right-handers and 1-2 for lefties
pocket
If someone who is in possession of something valuable such as a sum of money pockets it, they steal it or take it for themselves, even though it does not belong to them. Dishonest importers would be able to pocket the VAT collected from customers
pocket
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 "
pocket
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
pocket
A small area of very rich ore either isolated or in a vein with lower quality ore; also called a kidney
pocket
Same as Pouch
pocket
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"
pocket
a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly
pocket
A bag or pouch; especially; a small bag inserted in a garment for carrying small articles, particularly money; hence, figuratively, money; wealth
pocket
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"
pocket
One of several bags attached to a billiard table, into which the balls are driven
pocket
the receptacle for a hand in a duplicate board
pocket
take unlawfully
pocket
(anatomy) saclike structure in any of various animals (as a marsupial or gopher or pelican)
pocket
A hole containing water
pocket
A cavity in a rock containing a nugget of gold, or other mineral; a small body of ore contained in such a cavity
pocket
disapproval If you say that someone is lining their own or someone else's pockets, you disapprove of them because they are making money dishonestly or unfairly. It is estimated that 5,000 bank staff could be lining their own pockets from customer accounts
pocket
an opening at the corner or on the side of a billiard table into which billiard balls are struck
pocket
To cause a ball to go into one of the pockets of the table
pocket
A socket for receiving the foot of a post, stake, etc
pocket
(bowling) the space between the headpin and the pins next bnehind it on the right or left; "the ball hit the pocket and gave him a perfect strike"
pocket
Any hollow place suggestive of a pocket in form or use; A bin for storing coal, grain, etc
pocket
a small pouch inside a garment for carrying small articles
pocket
To put, or conceal, in the pocket; as, to pocket the change
pocket
put in one's pocket; "He pocketed the change"
pockets

    التركية النطق

    päkıts

    النطق

    /ˈpäkəts/ /ˈpɑːkəts/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'pä-k&t ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English poket, from Old North French pokete, diminutive of poke bag, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English pocca bag.

    فيديوهات

    ... The end of the ice age marooned large pockets of humanity ...
    ... That means they've got more money in their pockets, ...

    كلمة اليوم

    gerent
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