ragged

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الإنجليزية - التركية
eski püskü
{s} yırtık pırtık
kılıksız
süfli
perişan kılıklı
giysileri yırtık pırtık
şapşal
lime lime
uyduruk
(iş) yarım yamalak
pejmürde
(giysi) yırtık pırtık
{f} alay et
pejmürde kılıklı
raggedlyyırtık pırtık
{s} kırpık kırpık
yırtık
raggednesspejmürdelik
{s} dağınık

Binalar artık oldukça dağınık görünüyor fakat hala cazibeleri var. - The buildings look pretty ragged now, but they still have charm.

{s} pütürlü
{s} olmamış
{s} eksik
dağınık/eski püskü
{s} karman çorman
{s} düzensiz
karışık düzensiz
{s} cırlak
iplikleri akmış
{s} hırpani, perişan kılıklı, giysileri yırtık pırtık; pejmürde: with a ragged appearance pejmürde kılıklı
{s} kulağı tırmalayan
{s} bakımsız
{s} kenarları
tırtıklı
ragged edge
(Matematik,Teknik) düzensiz ayrıt
ragged and tattered
yırtık pırtık
ragged left
sağda düzenli
ragged right
solda düzenli
ragged, tattered, torn
Yırtık pırtık, yırtık yırtık pırtık
ragged, tattered, torn, worn
Yırtık pırtık, yırtık, yıpranmış yırtık pırtık
ragged, tattered, worn
Yırtık, yıpranmış yırtık pırtık
rag
{f} İng. eşek şakası yapmak. i., İng
rag
{i} çaput

Annem, babamın eski şortunu çaput olarak kullanıyor. - My mother uses my father's old short as a dust rag.

rag
kaba şaka
rag
{i} paçavra

Tom silahını garajdaki bir demet yağlı paçavranın altına sakladı. - Tom hid the gun under a bunch of oily rags in his garage.

Büyükannem bir elbiseyi paçavra olana kadar giyer. - My grandmother wears a dress to rags.

rag
temizlik bezi
rag
alay etmek
rag
cındır
rag
kırıntı
rag
eşek şakası
rag
bez parçası
rag
adi gazete
rag
zerre
rag
muziplik
rag
eşek şakası yapmak
rag
{f} alay et
run sb ragged
çok yormak
run sb ragged
canını çıkarmak
rag
alay et(mek)
rag
şamata çıkarmak
rag
kesik tempolu müzik
rag
kesik tempolu caz müziği
rag
dalga geçmek
rag
{i} şamata
rag
şamata yap/takıl
rag
{f} gürültü, şamata. 2
rag
{i} gürültü
rag
{f} herkesi ayağa kaldırmak
rag
{f} (şaka yaparak) -e takılmak
rag
{i} çoğ. yırtık pırtık giysi
rag
değersiz şey
rag
eski püskü giysi
rag
{f} şamata yapmak
rag
argo kızdırmak
rag
{i} paçavra, çaput, eski bez parçası
rag
{i} k.dili. adi gazete
rag
kaba şaka yapmak
rag
{i} gazete bozuntusu
rag
takılmak
rag
kırpık
rag
{i} mendil
rag
{f} paylamak
rag
{f} azarlamak
rag
{i} kırpıntı
rag
eşek ş
rag
yaygara etmek
rag
şaka/paçavra
rag
{i} kâğıt para
rag
{f} dağıtmak
raggedly
dağınık bir şekilde
raggedness
yırtık pırtık olma
التركية - التركية

تعريف ragged في التركية التركية القاموس.

RAG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dağ eteği
RAG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Çimenlik, çayırlık, bahçelik, bağlık
rag
Dağ eteği, çayırlık, çimenlik
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Broken with rough edges; having jags; uneven; rough; jagged; as, ragged rocks
Wearing tattered clothes; as, a ragged fellow
Rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken; as, a ragged coat; a ragged sail
Rough; shaggy; rugged

What shepherd owns those ragged sheep? - John Dryden.

Hence, harsh and disagreeable to the ear; dissonant

A ragged noise of mirth. - George Herbert.

Simple past tense and past participle of rag
A flop (or board) that doesn't appear to help anybody very much A flop that came down Jd-6h-2c would look ragged
[See RAGULY ]
{s} tattered, torn, worn; rough, having jagged edges
You can say that something is ragged when it is untidy or uneven. O'Brien formed the men into a ragged line. = uneven + raggedly rag·ged·ly Some people tried to sing, but their voices soon died raggedly away
being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn; "clothes as ragged as a scarecrow's"; "a ragged tramp"
layout and type term
having an irregular outline; "text set with ragged right margins"; "herded the class into a ragged line" worn out from stress or strain; "run ragged" being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn; "clothes as ragged as a scarecrow's"; "a ragged tramp
having an irregular outline; "text set with ragged right margins"; "herded the class into a ragged line"
being or dressed in clothes that are worn or torn; "clothes as ragged as a scarecrow's"; "a ragged tramp
Ragged clothes are old and torn
Type that is not justified on the right or left side
Someone who is ragged looks untidy and is wearing clothes that are old and torn. The five survivors eventually reached safety, ragged, half-starved and exhausted. + raggedly rag·ged·ly raggedly dressed children
text set with an unjustified margin, right, left, or both
worn out from stress or strain; "run ragged"
ragged red fibers
irregular muscle fibres in some DNA disorders
ragged robin
A type of wild campion, Lychnis flos-cuculi, in the family Caryophyllaceae, which grows across Europe and has pink flowers

He had a suit of summer mufti, and a broad-brimmed blue beaver hat looped with leaves broken from the hedgerows in the lanes, and a Leander scarf tucked full of flowers: loosestrife, meadowrue, orchis, ragged-robin.

ragged hair
disheveled hair, messy hair
ragged orchid
fringed orchid of the eastern United States having a greenish flower with the lip deeply lacerate
ragged robin
A European perennial plant (Lychnis flos-cuculi) having opposite clasping leaves and panicles of reddish or white flowers with deeply lobed petals. Also called cuckooflower
ragged robin
common perennial native to Europe and western Asia having usually pink flowers with ragged petals
rag
A newspaper, magazine
rag
A sail, or any piece of canvas
rag
A card that appears to help no one
rag
To haze, use physical violence in school setting
rag
A prank or practical joke
rag
A piece of ragtime music

The song Maple Leaf Rag has a pleasant, bouncy tune.

rag
To scold or rail at; to rate; to tease; to torment; to banter
rag
To drive a car or another vehicle in a hard, fast or unsympathetic manner
rag
A low card
raggedly
In a ragged manner, unevenly, especially not in unison
run oneself ragged
To work or exert oneself to the point of exhaustion

He has been running himself ragged all week trying to finish before the deadline.

run somebody ragged
To exhaust; to demand excessive effort or work from somebody

They've been running him ragged trying to keep up with the demand for new features.

Rag
rag
rag
Radiocommunications Advisory Group An ITU body established to review priorities, programs, operations and strategies related to radiocommunication assemblies, study groups and preparation for radiocommunication conferences
rag
Abehnuq
rag
break into lumps before sorting; "rag ore"
rag
The irregularity along the left or right edge of a column of text
rag
in some manner considered indecorous
rag
The term “rag” is often used interchangeably with “cotton fiber content” and harkens to a period of time when paper was actually made using cotton rags which were cleaned and then broken down into fibers which were then used to manufacture paper In a sense it could be stated that the fine paper business has been engaged in recycling materials for production since its very beginning Today paper is no longer made from rags and the term “rag” is falling in disfavor by the industry in lieu of the phrase “cotton fiber content”
rag
Rags are old torn clothes. There were men, women and small children, some dressed in rags
rag
disapproval People refer to a newspaper as a rag when they have a poor opinion of it. `This man Tom works for a local rag,' he said. see also ragged
rag
a boisterous practical joke (especially by college students) a small piece of cloth or paper a week at British universities during which side-shows and processions of floats are organized to raise money for charities break into lumps before sorting; "rag ore"
rag
a small piece of cloth or paper
rag
If you describe something as a red rag to a bull, you mean that it is certain to make a particular person or group very angry. This sort of information is like a red rag to a bull for the tobacco companies. A piece written in ragtime. ragged ragging to laugh at someone or play tricks on them = tease
rag
A coarse kind of rock, somewhat cellular in texture
rag
play in ragtime; "rag that old tune"
rag
A rag is a piece of old cloth which you can use to clean or wipe things. He was wiping his hands on an oily rag
rag
{i} old cloth, scrap of fabric; piece of ragtime music
rag
A tune or the series of five or more notes upon which it is based
rag
regimental artillery group
rag
A ragged edge
rag
play in ragtime; "rag that old tune
rag
Formerly the principal raw material used in the making process; often meaning cotton rags Rag content describes the amount of cotton fiber relative to the total amount of material used in the pulp "Rag content" is not widely used (or is a misnomer) today as more and more high quality paper is made not from rag but from linters
rag
a week at British universities during which side-shows and processions of floats are organized to raise money for charities
rag
treat cruelly; "The children tormented the stuttering teacher"
rag
in syncopated time
rag
To break (ore) into lumps for sorting
rag
To play or compose a piece, melody, etc
rag
You use rags to riches to describe the way in which someone quickly becomes very rich after they have been quite poor. His was a rags-to-riches story and people admire that
rag
Slang for the House Curtain
rag
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
rag
A card, usually a low card, that, when it appears, has no apparent impact on the hand A flop of 7 4 2 is a rag flop - few playable hands match the flop well If the table shows QJT9, all of spades, a 2h on the river is a rag I didn't think anyone could've hit the flop when it came all rags
rag
music with a syncopated melody (usually for the piano)
rag
{f} tease, mock, poke fun at; play practical jokes, play pranks
rag
Describes a margin that isn't flush Rag right means the right margin isn't flush Rag left means the left margin isn't flush The expression "flush left/rag right" is sometimes used to describe type that is *quadded left
rag
newspaper with half-size pages
rag
A piece of cloth torn off; a tattered piece of cloth; a shred; a tatter; a fragment
rag
Hence, mean or tattered attire; worn-out dress
rag
To become tattered
rag
A shabby, beggarly fellow; a ragamuffin
rag
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
rag
a boisterous practical joke (especially by college students)
rag
harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
rag
To cut or dress roughly, as a grindstone
rag
To dance to ragtime music, esp
raggedly
with a ragged and uneven appearance; "a long beard, raggedly cut"
raggedly
in a tattered manner, shabbily
raggedly
in a ragged irregular manner; "a stone wall trails raggedly through the woods"
raggedly
in a ragged uneven manner; "I took the cigarette he offered, drawing at it raggedly
raggedly
in a ragged uneven manner; "I took the cigarette he offered, drawing at it raggedly"
raggedness
{i} shabbiness, state of being tattered and torn
raggedness
shabbiness by virtue of being in rags
raggedness
The characteristic of being ragged
ragged
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