prize

listen to the pronunciation of prize
الإنجليزية - التركية
ödül

O, yarışmayı kazandığı için bir ödül aldı. - He got a prize for winning the competition.

O, üçüncülük ödülünü kazandı. - He won the third prize.

kanırtmak
manivela ile kaldırmak
ödüllü

Nobel ödüllü Dr. Yukawa 1981 yılında öldü. - Dr. Yukawa, the Nobel prize winner, died in 1981.

armağan
kırmak
ödül olarak verilen
ödül kazanan
ikramiye
kalite
ödüle layık

Bu ödüle layık olmaktan onur duyuyorum. - I am honored to be awarded this prize.

zorlayıp açmak
büyük

Bizim için sürpriz oldu, o büyük ödülü kazandı. - To our surprise, he won the grand prize.

Benim için büyük sevinç, o birincilik ödülünü kazandı. - To my great delight, he won the first prize.

{f} paha biç
çok değer vermek
(kapak/vb.) kaldırmak
kıymet takdir etmek
{f} takdir etmek
{s} ödüle lâyık

Bu ödüle layık olmaktan onur duyuyorum. - I am honored to be awarded this prize.

ödüle değer/ödüllü
{s} tam
prize paha biç
{f} değer vermek
ganimet/ödül
{i} çok istenilen şey
{f} değer biçmek
{s} madalyalı
{f} kaldıraçla kaldırmak
{f} -e çok değer vermek
{i} kaldıraç
{f} ganimet almak
prize fight mükâfatlı boks
{f} manivela ile kaldırmak/açmak, kanırtmak
zorlayıp
{i} çok istenen şey
{i} ganimet
{f} paha biçmek
{f} manivela ile açmak
{i} manivela
{s} su katılmadık
{i} mükâfat
mükemmel
prize law
savaş ganimeti hukuku
prize winner
ödül sahibi
prize draw
çekilişe
prize winning
ödül kazanan
prize-winning
ödül kazanan
prize bond
(Ticaret) ikramiyeli tahvil
prize competition
ödüllü yarışma
prize court
savaş ganimetleri mahkemesi
prize fight
ödüllü boks maçı
prize fighter
profesyonel boksör
prize list
ödül kazananlar listesi
prize list
ikramiye listesi
prize money
{i} para ödülü
prize money
{i} ganimet olarak elde edilen para
prize open
(Fiili Deyim ) zorla yada kaldıraçla açmak
prize open
manivela ile açmak
prize open
kaldıraçla açmak
prize possession
en değerli şey, en gözde şey: That old typewriter is his prize possession. O eski daktilo onun en sevdiği eşyası
prize possession
en değerli şey
prize possession
en gözde şey
prize question
ödüllü soru
prize ring
{i} ring
prize ring
{i} boks ringi
prize s.t. open
bir şeyi (manivela görevini gören bir şeyle) açmak
prize s.t. up
bir şeyi (manivela görevini gören bir şeyle) kanırtmak
prize up
kaldıraçla kaldırmak
prize up
(Fiili Deyim ) bir kaldıraçla kaldırmak
prize winner
ödül kazanan kimse
prize winner
ikramiye sahibi
Sikorsky prize
Sikorski ödülü
first prize
büyük ikramiye
lottery prize
ikramiye
prise
zorlayıp açmak
prizes
ödüller

Bu ödüller arasından birini seç. - Choose one from among these prizes.

Herkes kazandı ve hepsinin ödülleri olmalıdır. - Everybody has won, and all must have prizes.

receive a prize
ödül almak
receive the nobel prize
nobel ödülü almak
booby prize
en kötü yarışmacıya verilen ödül
draw a prize
ödül kazanmak
prise
kaldırmak
prise
kırmak
prise
(kapak/vb.) zorlayıp açmak
prized
{f} değer ver
award winner, recipient of a prize
ödül kazanan, bir ödül alıcı
booby prize
sonuncuya verilen ödül
door prize
Kapı ödül
leverage, lifting, prize, prying
kaldıraç, kaldırma, ödül, meraklı
prized
değer verilen
second prize
ikinci ödül
Nobel Peace Prize
(isim) nobel barış ödülü
Nobel Peace Prize
{i} nobel barış ödülü
Nobel prize
{i} nobel ödülü

Nobel ödülünü kazandıktan sonra her zamanki kadar mütevazı kaldı. - After winning the Nobel prize, she remained as modest as ever.

Matematikte Nobel ödülü yok. - There is no Nobel Prize in mathematics.

Nobel prize
(isim) nobel ödülü
award a prize
{f} ödüllendirmek
award a prize
{f} ödül vermek
be awarded the prize
ödüllendirilmek
be awarded the prize
ödül almak
booby prize
(isim) sonuncuya verilen ödül
booby prize
en kötü oyuncuya verilen ödül
consolation prize
{i} teselli ikramiyesi
consolation prize
{i} teselli ödülü
consolation prize
teselli mükâfatı
fields' prize
(Matematik) fields ödülü
keep one's eye on the prize
(Argo) sonuca odaklanmak
land a prize
ödül kazanmak
make prize of
ganimet almak
prise
{f} manivela ile zorlamak
prise
prise manivelayla taşı
prise
kaldıraç
prise
manivela
prise
kaldıraçla kaldırmak
prized
değer verilmiş
the first prize
büyük ikramiye
win the nobel prize
nobel ödülü kazanmak
win the peace prize
barış ödülü kazanmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To consider something highly valuable
A lever; a pry; also, the hold of a lever
Anything worth striving for; a valuable possession held or in prospect
To move with a lever; to force up or open; to prise or pry
Anything captured by a belligerent using the rights of war; esp., property captured at sea in virtue of the rights of war, as a vessel
That which may be won by chance, as in a lottery
An honour or reward striven for in a competitive contest; anything offered to be competed for, or as an inducement to, or reward of, effort
That which is taken from another; something captured; a thing seized by force, stratagem, or superior power
A contest for a reward; competition
To value highly; to estimate to be of great worth; to esteem
something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery; "the prize was a free trip to Europe" hold dear; "I prize these old photographs
something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery; "the prize was a free trip to Europe"
hold dear; "I prize these old photographs
Estimation; valuation
To move with a lever; to force up or open; to pry
{n} a reward to merit, something taken from an enemy
{v} to value, esteem, regard, honor, rate
You use prize to describe things that are of such good quality that they win prizes or deserve to win prizes. a prize bull. prize blooms
Often a non-monetary award (book, medal, or trophy) given in recognition of achievement or success in a competition
An honour or reward striven for in a competitive contest; anything offered to be competed for, or as an inducement to, or reward of effort
Reward give to the winner in a contest, sweepstakes, or lottery; also sometimes refers to a sales incentive award
{i} award, reward, trophy, item won in a competition; booty, loot, plunder; acquisition, property that has been obtained from others
The amount paid to a player for his winning ticket May not be a net profit
A prize is money or something valuable that is given to someone who has the best results in a competition or game, or as a reward for doing good work. You must claim your prize by telephoning our claims line He won first prize at the Leeds Piano Competition They were going all out for the prize-money, £6,500 for the winning team
to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open; "The burglar jimmied the lock", "Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail"
is an award given to a student on the basis of superior academic achievement in a Faculty, Department, or in some other subdivision of a Faculty For the purposes of prizes, a course within the University is considered to be an acceptable subdivision of a Faculty Additional non-academic secondary selection criteria may also be used A "Prize" does appear on your transcript
To set or estimate the value of; to appraise; to price; to rate
hold dear; "I prize these old photographs"
Barters of merchandise given as prizes on television or radio shows in return for mentions of the brand names of the merchandise donated
You can refer to someone or something as a prize when people consider them to be of great value or importance. With no lands of his own, he was no great matrimonial prize
If you prize something open or prize it away from a surface, you force it to open or force it to come away from the surface. He tried to prize the dog's mouth open I prised off the metal rim surrounding one of the dials He held on tight but she prised it from his fingers
name used to describe an enemy vessel captured at sea by a ship of war or a privateer; also used to describe a contraband cargo taken from a merchant ship A 'prize court' would then determine the validity of capture of ships and goods and authorize their disposal 'Prize' in British naval history always acted as considerable incentive to recruitment with many men tempted to join the navy in anticipation of quick riches
of superior grade; "choice wines"; "prime beef"; "prize carnations"; "quality paper"; "select peaches"
goods or money obtained illegally
{f} appreciate, esteem, respect, hold in high regard; estimate value, appraise, assess worth
{s} valuable, of great worth; unique, outstanding; award-winning, worthy of a reward; given as an award
and 6
The spelling prise is also used in British English for meanings
Anything captured by a belligerent using the rights of war; esp
If you prize something such as information out of someone, you persuade them to tell you although they may be very unwilling to. Alison and I had to prize conversation out of him. Booker Prize 2002- Man Booker Prize Nobel Prize Pritzker Architecture Prize prize cases Pulitzer Prize
regard highly; think much of; "I respect his judgement"; "We prize his creativity"
property captured at sea in virtue of the rights of war, as a vessel
An honor or reward striven for in a competitive contest; anything offered to be competed for, or as an inducement to, or reward of, effort
Something that is prized is wanted and admired because it is considered to be very valuable or very good quality. Military figures, made out of lead are prized by collectors One of the gallery's most prized possessions is the portrait of Ginevra da Vinci
something given as a token of victory
One of a number of cards drawn from the deck during the preparation for game play and placed face-down on the playing area When a Pokémon is Knocked Out, the opposing player takes one of these cards (one for each Pokémon that is Knocked Out) and places it in his hand Players are not allowed to look at these cards until they are taken unless a Trainer or Pokémon Power allows the player to do so Before the game, the two players agree on a number of prizes, which may be between 1 and 6, and draw out these prizes When a player takes his last prize, he wins the match
prize-taking
That wins prizes (used especially of livestock)
prize-taking
The winning of a prize in a competition
prize-taking
The capturing of an enemy ship at sea; this results in a payment to all hands from the Admiralty
prize cases
(1863) Legal dispute in which the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Pres. Abraham Lincoln's seizure of ships (prizes). In April 1861, three months before Congress declared a state of war, Lincoln authorized a blockade of Confederate ports. In that three-month period, several merchant ships ran the blockade and were captured by the Union navy. The legality of the seizures was challenged in court; on appeal, the Supreme Court ruled that the president had acted legally to resist insurrection, sanctioning presidential use of emergency powers
prize day
an occasion at a school, usually once a year, when prizes are given to children who have done well in particular subjects
prize fight
A prize fight is a boxing match where the boxers are paid to fight, especially one that is not official
prize fight
title fight, boxing match to determine championship rankings
prize fighter
A prize fighter is a boxer who fights to win money
prize fighter
professional boxer, boxer who fights in boxing matches for a prize
prize fighting
professional boxing
prize idiot
{i} moron, half-wit, imbecile, dunce
prize money
{i} money won or given as a prize; money obtained through the sale of plunder
prize money
any money given as a prize
prize ring
{i} wrestling ring, area for wrestling matches
prize winner
the winner of a lottery
prize winning
{s} award-winning, has been given a prize, champion, worthy of a prize
prize-giving
A prize-giving is a ceremony where prizes are awarded to people who have produced a very high standard of work. Neil had been at a prize giving ceremony at a school in Birmingham. a prize-giving for cattle-breeding. a ceremony at which people are given prizes, especially at a school
prize-winning
a prize-winning thing or person has won a prize
Pritzker Architecture Prize
World's most prestigious honour in the field of architecture. Established through the philanthropic efforts of the Pritzkers, a prominent Chicago business family, the prize, first awarded in 1979, bestows an annual award of $100,000 on an architect whose built contributions to the field and to society are judged worthiest. The international jury has included architects, artists, historians, academicians, critics, and business executives
Nobel Prize
Any of the international prizes awarded annually by the Nobel Foundation for outstanding achievements in the fields of physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and for the promotion of world peace; or the prize in economics awarded by the Swedish National Bank, in memorial of Alfred Nobel
Pulitzer Prize
an annual American award given for journalism, literature, and music

She won a Pulitzer Prize for her reporting on the health care.

X Prize
a prize, usually a multi-million dollar monetary one, offered for a specific scientific or technological advance
booby prize
A prize or status, often unwelcome, awarded as a joke or disincentive to the loser of a contest or for poor performance

At the end of the conference, they awarded him with a rubber chicken as a booby prize for complaining the loudest.

consolation prize
An award given to persons or groups of people who do not win an event but are worthy of recognition, especially in a game show
grand prize
First prize
grand prize
In a tournament, raffle or other contest, the most desirable prize offered for the overall winner

The grand prize on the game show was a brand new Cadillac.

no prize for guessing
Used to form expressions emphasizing the unsurprising nature of what follows

You get no prize for guessing what happened when the spider landed on her plate.

prise
An enterprise
prized
Simple past tense and past participle of prize
prized
Highly valued, cherished

His prized possession was his child.

spot prize
a small prize given informally during an event such as a dinner dance
Sikorsky prize
A prize for human powered helicopters named in Igor Sikorsky's honor
2002- Man Booker Prize
in full (2002- ) Man Booker Prize Prestigious British award given annually to a full-length novel. It was established in 1968 by the multinational company Booker McConnell as a counterpart to the French Prix Goncourt. The Booker Prize Foundation administers the prize, aided by an advisory committee. Entries, which are nominated by publishers, must be written by an English-language author from the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth countries, Ireland, or South Africa. Its winners have included Kingsley Amis, A.S. Byatt, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, and Salman Rushdie. In 1992 a Booker Russian Novel Prize was introduced
Booker Prize
an important prize given every year for the best novel in English written by a citizen of the UK or the British Commonwealth. in full (2002- ) Man Booker Prize Prestigious British award given annually to a full-length novel. It was established in 1968 by the multinational company Booker McConnell as a counterpart to the French Prix Goncourt. The Booker Prize Foundation administers the prize, aided by an advisory committee. Entries, which are nominated by publishers, must be written by an English-language author from the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth countries, Ireland, or South Africa. Its winners have included Kingsley Amis, A.S. Byatt, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, and Salman Rushdie. In 1992 a Booker Russian Novel Prize was introduced
Israel prize
{i} national prize awarded to scientists and authors on Independence Day (Israel)
Israel prize winner
{i} person who wins the Israel prize (national prize awarded to scientists and authors)
Man Booker Prize
in full (2002- ) Man Booker Prize Prestigious British award given annually to a full-length novel. It was established in 1968 by the multinational company Booker McConnell as a counterpart to the French Prix Goncourt. The Booker Prize Foundation administers the prize, aided by an advisory committee. Entries, which are nominated by publishers, must be written by an English-language author from the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth countries, Ireland, or South Africa. Its winners have included Kingsley Amis, A.S. Byatt, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, and Salman Rushdie. In 1992 a Booker Russian Novel Prize was introduced
Nobel Peace Prize
{i} prize in the name of Alfred Nobel which is awarded in the field of working towards peace by the Swedish Royal Academy
Nobel Prize
A Nobel Prize is one of a set of prizes that are awarded each year to people who have done important work in science, literature, or economics, or for world peace. the Nobel Prize for literature. Any of the six international prizes awarded annually by the Nobel Foundation for outstanding achievements in the fields of physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and economics and for the promotion of world peace. one of the prizes given each year to people who have done important work in various types of activity. There are prizes for special achievements in physics, chemistry, economics, literature, and peace. The Nobel prizes were established by Alfred Nobel and are given in Sweden. It is a great honour to receive a Nobel prize, and people who have received them are sometimes called Nobel laureates. Any of the prizes awarded annually by four institutions (three Swedish and one Norwegian) from a fund established under the will of Alfred B. Nobel. The will specified that awards should be given "to those who, during the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind." Since 1901, prizes have been awarded for physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and peace; since 1969, a sixth prize, established by the Bank of Sweden, has been awarded in economic sciences. The Nobel Prizes are regarded as the most prestigious prizes in the world
Nobel prize
{i} international prize awarded annually for outstanding achievements in various professional fields (physics, chemistry, literature, peace, economics, medicine and physiology)
Nobel prize laureate
{i} person who has been awarded or received the Nobel prize
Pulitzer Prize
Any of several awards established by Joseph Pulitzer and conferred annually for accomplishment in various fields of American journalism, literature, and music. one of the eight prizes given every year in the US to people who have produced especially good work in journalism (=writing for newspapers) , literature, or music. The prizes were started by the US newspaper owner Joseph Pulitzer(1847-1911), and winning a Pulitzer Prize is a great honour. Any of a series of annual prizes awarded by Columbia University for outstanding public service and achievement in American journalism, letters, and music. Fellowships are also awarded. The prizes, originally endowed with a gift of $500,000 from Joseph Pulitzer, are highly esteemed and have been awarded each May since 1917 on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board, composed of judges appointed by the university. The numbers and categories of prizes have varied over the years. Today they include 14 awards in journalism, six in letters, one in music, and four fellowships
award a prize
{f} give a prize; give an award
big prize
{i} first prize; jackpot
booby prize
a prize given to one who finishes last in a contest
booby prize
The booby prize is a prize given as a joke to the person who comes last in a competition. a prize given as a joke to the person who is last in a competition
booby prize
{i} prize given to the person who finishes last in a competition, loser's consolation prize
consolation prize
A consolation prize is something that is arranged for or is given to a person to make them feel happier when they have failed to achieve something better. Her appointment was seen as a consolation prize after she lost the election. A prize given to a competitor who loses or does not win the first prize. a prize that is given to someone who has not won a competition
consolation prize
A consolation prize is a small prize which is given to a person who fails to win a competition
consolation prize
{i} prize given to compensate one who did not win first prize
door prize
{i} prize that is given to the holder of a winning ticket handed out at the entrance (such as at a dance or party), entrance ticket later used as a lottery ticket
door prize
A prize awarded by lottery to the holder of a ticket purchased at or before a function. a prize given to someone who has the winning number on their ticket for a show, dance etc
door prize
tickets are passed out at the entrance to a dance or party or other social function and a prize is awarded to the holder of the winning ticket
draw a prize
win a prize
first prize
highest prize, highest reward
incentive prize
{i} award or prize offered in order to increase motivation
nobel prize
an annual award for outstanding contributions to chemistry or physics or physiology and medicine or literature or economics or peace
prise
see prize. Variant of prize. to move or lift something by pushing it away from something else
prise
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
prise
Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
prise
See Prize, n
prise
Variant of prize
prise
An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
prise
To force (open) with a lever; to pry
prise
A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
prise
A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
prise
regard highly; think much of; "I respect his judgement"; "We prize his creativity"
prise
to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open; "The burglar jimmied the lock", "Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail"
prise
{f} open by force, pry open, open by the force of leverage
prise
A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
prise
Also Prize, v
prise
make an uninvited or presumptuous inquiry; "They pried the information out of him"
prise
That which is produced by printing
prised
past of prise
prises
plural of prise
prising
present participle of prise
prized
extremely important or valuable to someone
prized
{s} highly valued, held in high regard, greatly esteemed; very expensive, of great value, of great worth
prizes
Grants for constructing, renovating, remodeling, or rehabilitating property Includes general or unspecified capital support awards See also: Awards, Competitions Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
prizes
The 6 cards you put face-down at the start of the game Every time one of your opponent's Pokémon is Knocked Out, you take 1 of your Prizes into your hand When you take your last Prize, you win!
prizes
Gifts to winners of competitions sponsored by nonprofits or an affiliated organization
prizes
A prize is offered in a competition or a contest of chance
prizes
plural of prize
prizing
The application of a lever to move any weighty body, as a cask, anchor, cannon, car, etc
prizing
See Prize, n
second prize
{i} second place, position that is almost the best, silver medal, deputy position
star prize
The star prize in a competition is the most valuable prize
third prize
{i} third place, bronze medal, prize that comes after first and second prize
win a prize
{f} be victorious and receive a prize
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف prize في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

prize takmak
plug into
prize takmak
(Bilgisayar) plug-in
prize takılı
plugged in
prize takma
Inserting into a wall outlet
prize takmak
plug in
büyük ikramiye first prize
(in a lottery)
fişi prize sokmak
to plug in
prize
المفضلات