roost

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} tünek
tünemek

Tavuklar tünemek için eve geldi. - The chickens have come home to roost.

{f} tüne

Tavuklar tünemek için eve geldi. - The chickens have come home to roost.

kuşların gecelediği yer
{f} tüneğe konmak
{f} gecelemek
hakim olmak
dili baş olmak
{f} konaklamak
(isim) tünek
sleep
{f} uyumak

Tom uyumak için geri döndü. - Tom went back to sleep.

Günde en az yedi saat uyumak zorundayız. - We must sleep at least seven hours a day.

sleep
{i} uyku

Şair ölümü uykuya benzetti. - The poet compared death to sleep.

Dalida aşırı dozda uyku hapından öldü. - Dalida died from an overdose of sleeping pills.

roost tünek
tünemek
sleep
{i} uyuma

Pencereler açık uyuma. - Don't sleep with the windows open.

Günde en az yedi saat uyumak zorundayız. - We must sleep at least seven hours a day.

sleep
{f} kalmak

Evde kalmak ve bütün gün uyumak istiyorum. - I want to stay home and sleep all day.

Tom muhtemelen sadece evde kalmak ve uyumak istedi. - Tom probably wanted to just stay at home and go to sleep.

sleep
kesik kesik uyuma
sleep
{f} uyuklamak
rule the roost
borusu ötmek
sleep
{f} uyu

Çocuklar yerde uyumak zorunda kalacaklar gibi. - It seems that the children will have to sleep on the floor.

Bu oda uyumak için uygun değil. - This room is not suitable for sleeping.

go roost
tünek gitmek
hen roost
hen tünek
rule the roost
(deyim) Borusu ötmek, kuralları o koymak
chickens come home to roost
(deyim) ettiğini bulmak
rule the roost
sözünü geçirmek
rule the roost
{k} (deyim) bas olmak,sozunu gecirmek,hakim olmak,dedigi dedik olmak
sleep
yatacak yer sağlam
sleep
{i} uyku hali
sleep
son uyku
sleep
broken sleep devamlı olmayan uyku
sleep
{f} yatacak yer sağlamak
sleep
{f} (slept) uyumak
sleep
putto sleep yatırmak
sleep
{i} kış uykusu
sleep
uyuşmak karıncalanmak
sleep
gece yarısından evvelki uyku
sleep
(fiil) uyumak, uyuklamak, gecelemek, kalmak, fırıl fırıl dönmek, çok hızlı dönmek, yatacak yer sağlamak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
sleep
The place where a bird sleeps (usually its nest or a branch)
to come back home
A tidal race
{n} a place whereon birds rest, bed, sleep
{v} to rest as a bird, sleep, lodge
{f} sleep on a perch or branch (about birds)
A place where a bird sleeps, sometimes in groups
sit, as on a branch; "The birds perched high in the treee"
Roast
settle down or stay, as if on a roost
a perch on which domestic fowl rest or sleep
1 a perch upon which birds or fowls rest at night 2 a large cage, house, or place for fowls or birds to roost in (Stein 1966)
the place where owls sleep for temporary rest
To lodge; to rest; to sleep
- A place where birds or bats rest or sleep (often in groups)
See Roust, v
v To go fast or accelerate quickly Or, to stop suddenly
To sit, rest, or sleep, as fowls on a pole, limb of a tree, etc
When birds or bats roost somewhere, they rest or sleep there. The peacocks roost in nearby shrubs
a perch on which domestic fowl rest or sleep a shelter with perches for fowl or other birds settle down or stay, as if on a roost
Fig
A place with perches where birds go to rest at night
A perch or nest where birds return to rest
If bad or wrong things that someone has done in the past have come home to roost, or if their chickens have come home to roost, they are now experiencing the unpleasant effects of these actions. Appeasement has come home to roost
{i} branch or perch on which birds rest; house or coop in which birds nest and sleep
The pole or other support on which fowls rest at night; a perch
If you say that someone rules the roost in a particular place, you mean that they have control and authority over the people there. Today the country's nationalists rule the roost and hand out the jobs. a place where birds rest and sleep rule the roost rule (4)
to perch
To sleep on a perch
A roost is a place where birds or bats rest or sleep
a shelter with perches for fowl or other birds
A collection of fowls roosting together
A place to rest or sleep
come home to roost
Of adverse consequences that had been apparently escaped, to return to the place of origin

Opponents see the latest indictments as a case of chickens coming home to roost.

rule the roost
To be the controlling member(s) of a family, organization, or other group

At that moment in fashion, French couturiers ruled the roost.

rule the roost
(deyim) Be the most powerful person who makes all the decisions in a group
roosted
past of roost
roosting
present participle of roost
roosts
third-person singular of roost
roosts
plural of , roost
rule the roost
govern, rule, be the leader
roost
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