shebang

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} dükkân
mesele
mağaza
kurum
konu
bütünü
{i} meyhane
{i} işyeri
tümü
the whole shebang hepsi
i., k.dili
ABD
argo şey
{i} bar
the whole shebang
tümü
the whole shebang
hepsi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The character string "#!" used at the beginning of a computer file to indicate which interpreter can process the commands in the file, chiefly used in Unix and related operating systems
A vehicle.Take our Word

So they got into the empty omnibus and sat down. Colonel Jack says: “...What is the name of this.” Colonel Jim told him it was a barouche. After a while he poked his head out in front and said to the driver, “I say, Johnny, this suits me. We want this shebang all day. Let the horses go.”.

Any matter of present concern; thing; or business

Before I'd share anything with you, he said bitterly, I'd lose the whole shebang..

A lean-to or temporary shelter

They say that old pirate, Kingfisher Culpepper, had a stock of the real thing from Robertson County laid in his shebang on the Marsh just before he died.

an entire system; used in the phrase `the whole shebang'
A jocosely depreciative name for a dwelling or shop
{i} overall structure or framework of something (Slang); shack, simple cabin
The character string "#!" used at the beginning of a computer file to indicate which interpreter can process the commands in the file. Chiefly used in Unix and related operating systems
A lean-to or temporary shelter; probably of Celtic origin. (This meaning is now lost in use, except in the expression, "there goes the whole shebang", referring to a house lost or destroyed.)"
A vehicle
Any matter of present concern; thing; or business, most frequently used in the phrase the whole shebang
The whole shebang is the whole situation or business that you are describing. the whole shebang the whole thing (Perhaps from shebeen (18-21 centuries), from sibin )
whole shebang
A building or house and everything in it
whole shebang
Everything; the entire thing

The festival had balloons, flowers, fireworks, performers, and the whole shebang.

whole shebang
everything available; usually preceded by `the'; "we saw the whole shebang"; "a hotdog with the works"; "we took on the whole caboodle"; "for $10 you get the full treatment
shebang

    الواصلة

    she·bang

    المترادفات

    hashbang

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    [ shi-'ba[ng] ] (noun.) 1869. Origin proposed Take our Word and Word Origins: Known to go back at least to year 1862 (Walt Whitman), shebang is suspected to originate from the French word char-a-banc, which was a bus-like wagon with a lot of seats, but no specific connection has been proven as of now. Later, Mark Twain used it to describe a vehicle, as well as "any matter of present concern". Also possibly derived from or influence by shebeen (“cabin where unlicensed liquor is sold and drunk”), pre-1800, chiefly in Ireland and Scotland, from Irish seibin (“small mug”), diminutive of seibe (“mug, bottle, liquid measure”)

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