shepherd

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الإنجليزية - التركية
çoban

Ben bir koyun gibi meleyemem. Ben bir çoban köpeğiyim. - I cannot bleat like a sheep. I'm a shepherd dog.

Alman çoban köpeğimi terbiye etmek diğer köpeğimi terbiye etmekten çok daha az zamanımı aldı. - It took me a lot less time to housebreak my German shepherd than it took to housebreak my other dog.

birine refakat etmek
davar gütmek
yol göstermek
-e götürmek
önderlik etmek
önder
gütmek
kılavuzluk etmek
kılavuz
(isim) çoban
shepherdess kadın çoban
hazreti İsa
güt
{f} (rehber/refakatçi olarak) (birini) getirmek/götürmek, (birine) refakat etmek
shep herd dog çoban köpeği
Hazreti ısa
çobanlık etmek
shepherd salad
(Gıda) çoban salatası
shepherd salad
(Gıda) çoban salata
shepherd's felt cloak
kepenek
shepherd's pipe
(Muzik) gayda
shepherd’s salad
(Gıda) çoban salatası
shepherd dog
çoban köpeği
shepherd's-purse
çoban çantası
shepherd moon
(Astronomi) (veya shepherd satellite) Çoban uydu
shepherd satellite
(Astronomi) (veya shepherd moon) Çoban uydu
shepherd's pie
etli börek
shepherd's crook
çoban değneği
shepherd's dog
çoban köpeği
shepherd's needle
çobantarağı
shepherd's purse
çobançantası [bot.]
german shepherd
alman çobanı
german shepherd dog
alman çoban köpeği
good shepherd
iyi kılavuz
anatolian shepherd
Anadolu çoban köpeği: Anadolu'da Sivas bölgesinde yetiştirilen, burnu ve ağzı siyah, kulakları düşük, kuyruğı sırtına doğru düzgün kıvrım yaparak duran ve çok tutulan bir tür köpek, kangal
german shepherd
Alman çoban
German shepherd
alman kurdu
good shepherd
hazreti İsa
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
For a player to obstruct an opponent from getting to the ball, either when a teammate has it or is going for it, or if the ball is about to bounce through the goal or out of bounds
To watch over; to guide
A person who tends sheep
Someone who watches over, looks after, or guides somebody

Can we this quote? The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want; -- The Bible, Psalms 23:1.

{n} one that tends sheep, a swain, lover, minister
watch over like a shepherd, as a teacher of her pupils
a flock grazing at large
If you are shepherded somewhere, someone takes you there to make sure that you arrive at the right place safely. She was shepherded by her guards up the rear ramp of the aircraft. someone whose job is to take care of sheep. to lead or guide a group of people somewhere, making sure that they go where you want them to go shepherd sb into/out/towards etc sth
tend as a shepherd, as of sheep or goats
The pastor of a church; one with the religious guidance of others
{f} tend and herd sheep; lead, guide, direct
a clergyman who watches over a group of people tend as a shepherd, as of sheep or goats watch over like a shepherd, as a teacher of her pupils
a herder of sheep (on an open range); someone who keeps the sheep together in a flock
A fault in a croquet stroke, whereby the mallet accelerates or deviates from its initial line once it has make contact with the striker's ball The striker is said to be shepherding the balls
a word naturally of frequent occurence in Scripture Sometimes the word "pastor" is used instead (Jer 2: 8; 3: 15; 10: 21; 12: 10; 17: 16) This word is used figuratively to represent the relation of rulers to their subjects and of God to his people (Ps 23: 1; 80: 1; Isa 40: 11; 44: 28; Jer 25: 34, 35; Nahum 3: 18; John 10: 11, 14; Heb 13: 20; 1 Pet 2: 25; 5: 4)
A shepherd is a person, especially a man, whose job is to look after sheep
Click A person who's job it is to look after sheep
To tend as a shepherd; to guard, herd, lead, or drive, as a shepherd
a clergyman who watches over a group of people
A man employed in tending, feeding, and guarding sheep, esp
{i} one who tends and herds sheep; spiritual leader, clergyman
shepherd dogs
plural form of shepherd dog
shepherd kings
the Hyksos
shepherd moon
A small moon that orbits near the outer edges of a planetary ring or within gaps in the ring. The edge of the ring remains sharply defined owing to the gravity of shepherd moons
shepherd's needle
Venus' comb
shepherd's pie
A meat pie having a mashed-potato crust, especially one made with lamb or mutton
shepherd's purse
A weed, Capsella bursa-pastoris, family Brassicaceae, native to Europe but now found world-wide

Stewed nettles; savoury messes of chickweed sprinkled with nutmeg; he cooks the foliage of shepherd's purse as if it were cabbage.

shepherd moon
(Astronomi) (Also shepherd satellite) A small moon orbiting close to a planetary ring, especially of Saturn, and whose gravitational field confines the ring within a narrow band
shepherd satellite
(Astronomi) (Also shepherd moon) A small moon orbiting close to a planetary ring, especially of Saturn, and whose gravitational field confines the ring within a narrow band
shepherd boy
young boy who raises and grazes sheep
shepherd dog
dog whose job it is to assemble the herd; any of several types of dogs that are used as guard dogs (e.g. German Shepherd dogs)
shepherd dog
any of various usually long-haired breeds of dog reared to herd and guard sheep
shepherd satellite
A moon that orbits near the edge of a planetary ring, constraining the ring's extent through gravitational pull
shepherd's pie
pie of hash covered with mashed potatoes and browned in the oven
shepherd's pie
Shepherd's pie is a dish consisting of minced meat, usually lamb, covered with a layer of mashed potato. a dish made of small pieces of cooked meat, usually lamb, covered with cooked potato
shepherd's pie
Irish casserole-type dish made of vegetable or ground beef stew covered with mashed potatoes and baked in the oven
shepherd's purse
A common Eurasian weed (Capsella bursa-pastoris) having small white flowers and flat, heart-shaped or triangular fruit. Widespread lawn and roadside weed (Capsella bursa-pastoris) of the mustard family, native to the Mediterranean and now found worldwide. Growing as high as 18 in. (45 cm), it is easily recognized by its flat, heart-shaped, green fruits, borne along the branching flower stalks, which arise from a dandelion-like rosette of deeply cut or almost entire leaves at the base and bear clusters of tiny white flowers. Shepherd's purse has been much studied to understand embryogenesis (development from zygote to seedling) in flowering plants
shepherd's purse
white-flowered annual European herb bearing triangular notched pods; nearly cosmopolitan as an introduced weed
shepherd's-purse
type of plant
sheep without a shepherd
someone without a leader
Australian Shepherd
A type of herding dog originating in areas around and in California
Basque Shepherd Dog
A herding dog bred in the Basque regions of Northern Spain and Southern France
Basque Shepherd Dogs
plural form of Basque Shepherd Dog
German Shepherd
A medium-sized breed of dog often used as a guard dog or police dog
shepherd.
sheepmaster
German shepherd
{i} breed of large dog developed in Germany
German shepherd
Any of a breed of large dog developed in Germany, having a dense grayish to brownish or black coat and often trained to assist the police and guide the blind. Also called police dog. or Alsatian Breed of working dog developed in Germany from traditional herding and farm dogs. A strongly built, long-bodied dog, it stands 23-25 in. (58-64 cm) high and weighs 75-95 lbs (34-43 kg). Its coat is of coarse, medium-long outer hair and shorter, dense inner hair and ranges from white or pale gray to black; often it is gray and black or black and tan. Noted for intelligence, alertness, and loyalty, it is used as a guide for the blind, as a watchdog, and in police and military work
Good Shepherd
a name used for Jesus in the New Testament of the Bible
Lord is my Shepherd
the title and first words of the Twenty-Third Psalm, one of the most famous Christian hymns (=religious songs)
between the shepherd and the wolf the lamb is lost
the innocent always get the worst of an argument, the innocent always suffer in a war (Biblical)
german shepherd
breed of large shepherd dogs used in police work and as a guide for the blind
like a flock without a shepherd
confused, lost, helpless, directionless, leaderless
like a herd without a shepherd
confused, lost, helpless, leaderless
shepherded
past of shepherd
shepherding
present participle of shepherd
shepherding
{i} tending and guarding of sheep
shepherds
plural of shepherd
shepherds
third-person singular of shepherd
the Lord is my shepherd I shall not want
as long as I am guided by God I will have everything that I need (biblical)
shepherd

    الواصلة

    shep·herd

    التركية النطق

    şepırd

    المترادفات

    sheepherder

    النطق

    /ˈsʜepərd/ /ˈʃɛpɜrd/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ she-p&rd ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English scēaphierde, a compound of scēap and hierde.

    فيديوهات

    ... you weren't actually creating value just exploiting the shepherd ...

    كلمة اليوم

    disinter
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