shanghai

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الإنجليزية - التركية
Şanghay

Bu, Mandarin değil, Şanghayca. - This isn't Mandarin, it's Shanghainese.

Geçen sene Şanghay'dan ayrıldım ve henüz dönmedim. - I left Shanghai last year and have not yet been back.

{f} sarhoş edip gemiye tayfa almak
{f} afyonla sersemletip gemide çalışması için kaçırmak
kandır
{f} kandırarak zorlamak
shanghai into doing
yapmaya zorlamak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A port city in China
A type of long-legged chicken believed to be of Asian origin
To force or trick (someone) into joining a ship which is lacking a full crew

It was the strangest galley: the sounds, the steam, he's screaming at his coworkers. I felt like I'd been shanghaied.

A slingshot
To commandeer; appropriate; hijack

Let's see if we can shanghai a room for a couple of hours.

To abduct or coerce
{i} port city in eastern China
a municipality in East China. Shanghai is China's largest city, its most important port and a major business centre. to trick or force someone into doing something unwillingly shanghai sb into doing sth (Shanghai; from the use of force or deception to get sailors for ships going to China). or Shang-hai Municipality with provincial status (pop., 1999 est.: city, 8,937,175; 2000 est.: municipality, 16,740,000), east-central China. The municipality, on the East China Sea, is bordered by Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces and has an area of 2,400 sq mi (6,200 sq km). The city is located on the Huangpu River, which gives oceangoing vessels access to it. Shanghai was settled c. AD 1000, and later under the Ming dynasty it was an area of intense cotton production. This changed when it became the first Chinese port opened to trade with the West after China's defeat by Britain in the Opium Wars (1842); it came to dominate the nation's commerce. The site of the Chinese Communist Party's founding in 1921, it saw severe fighting in the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-45 and was occupied by Japan during World War II. Since the communist victory in 1949, it has become China's chief industrial and commercial centre and one of its leading centres of higher education and scientific research
Hitting a triple, double and single of the same number in a three-dart turn; also the game of the same name
To intoxicate and ship (a person) as a sailor while in this condition
- Shanghai noodles are soft, flattish, fresh wheat noodles They are found in the refrigerated section of Asian supermarkets They have a firm texture when cooked and are used in Chinese soups and stir-fries
{f} kidnap and force to serve on a boat (Nautical); coerce, force, compel
A large and tall breed of domestic fowl
the largest city of China; located in the east on the Pacific; one of the largest ports in the world take (someone) against his will for compulsory service, especially on board a ship; "The men were shanghaied after being drugged
the largest city of China; located in the east on the Pacific; one of the largest ports in the world
take (someone) against his will for compulsory service, especially on board a ship; "The men were shanghaied after being drugged"
上 海 : Apart from Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Fuzhou, and Ningbo, Shanghai was one of the most important ports along the Silk Route of the Sea Shanghai, located to the mouth of the Changjiang (Yangtze) river, was partitioned by the Occidents and the Japanese into spheres and leasing areas from the Scramble of Concessions to the Second World War In spite of foreign aggression, Shanghai became an important manufacturing and financial center in central China Shanghai, on the other hand, became a significant anti-Japanese base, which, consequently, led to the outbreak of the Shanghai (January 28th) incident, the fall of Shanghai in August, 1937, and the influx of Shanghainese laborers and entrepreneurs into Hong Kong
shanghaied
Kidnapped
shanghaied
past of shanghai
shanghaied
Induced to do something by means of fraud
shanghaiing
present participle of shanghai
shanghais
third-person singular of shanghai
shanghai
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