sky

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الإنجليزية - التركية
gök

Bütün gökyüzü aydınlandı ve bir patlama vardı. - The whole sky lit up and there was an explosion.

Gökyüzüne bakılırsa yakında yağmur yağacak. - Judging from the sky, it will rain soon.

gökyüzü

Gökyüzü yavaş yavaş bulutlandı. - The sky has gradually clouded over.

Gökyüzü çok berraktı. - The sky was as clear as ever.

{i} sema
topa çok hızlı vurarak havalandırmak
topu çok yükseğe atmak
Sema, felek, teker
asuman
{i} iklim
{f} yükseğe atmak
{i} hava

Hava muhtemelen açacak. - The sky is likely to clear up.

Hava soğuk olacak ve gökyüzü basık olacak. - It will be cold and the sky will be overcast.

{f} havaya atmak
{f} yukarı asmak
yukanya fırlatmak
sky pilot orduda papaz veya rahip
duvarın üst tarafına asmak sky blue gök mavisi
{i} bölge
{i} hava sahası
dili topu havaya vurmak
göğe
göğü
seman
semaye
göğün
sky blue
gök mavisi
sky-high
ateş pahası
sky-high
çok yüksek

Fiyatlar şu anda çok yüksek. - Prices right now are sky-high.

Japonya'da arazi fiyatları çok yüksek. - Land prices are sky-high in Japan.

sky-writing
dumanla havada yazı yazma
sky bridge
(Havacılık) Terminalde yolcu körüğünün hareketeden kısmı
sky high
çok yüksek
sky light
gökyüzünde ışık
sky marshal
gökyüzü mareşal
sky parlor
gökyüzü salon
sky rocketing
roketi
sky scraper
gökyüzü kazıyıcı
sky train
gökyüzü tren
sky advertising
uçakla reklâm
sky blue
gök mavisi. praise s.o. to the skies birini göklere çıkarmak, birini aşırı derecede övmek
sky blue
(Tekstil) açık mavi
sky cavalry
(Askeri) HAVA SÜVARİSİ
sky gliding
sky gliding
sky glow
(Askeri) YALIM: Bir sütre mevziinden ateş eden silahın sebep olduğu aydınlatma
sky liner
dev uçak
sky liner
büyük yolcu uçağı
sky map
(Askeri) GÖK HARİTASI: Toprak, su, kar vs. nin bulutlarda görülen yansımaları. Kapalı bir günde, bulutlar hemen hemen yeknesak bir hal aldığı zaman, gök haritası bariz bir şekilde görülür. Bak: "map" ve "water sky"
sky pilot
rahip
sky pilot
papaz
sky screen
(Askeri) FÜZE UÇUŞ KONTROL PERDESİ, GÖK PERDESİ: Atış yeri emniyet subayına ait bir teçhizat unsuru. Uçuş kontrol perdesi (elektronik veya optik), atış yeni emniyet subayına, füzenin planlanmış seyir yolundan saptığı noktaların pozitif bir belirtisini verir. Harekat maksadıyla kullanmalarda, bir uçuş kontrol perdesi de dikey programlamayı murakabe eder
sky shine
(Nükleer Bilimler) (air scatter) havada saçılma
sky shine
(Nükleer Bilimler) tali veya ikincil radyasyon
sky wave
iyonosferik dalga
skies
gökyüzü

Bir UFO görmek istiyorsan, gökyüzüne bakmaya devam et. - If you want to see a UFO, keep watching the skies.

Gökyüzü açık olmayacak. - The skies won't be clear.

skies
gökler

Herkes onu göklere çıkardı. - Everybody praised her to the skies.

Dışarı çıkıp mavi göklere bak. - Go out and look at the blue skies.

night sky
(Astronomi) gece göğü
pie in the sky
(deyim) olmayacak dua
ride through the sky
gökyüzünde dolaşmak
blue sky law
menkul kıymetler
pie in the sky
cennet
pie in the sky
hayal
pie in the sky
düş
pie in the sky
olmayacak şey
; as, a leaden sky
Gibi bir kurşuni gökyüzü
azure sky; blue as the azure sky
gökyüzü, masmavi gökyüzü mavi gibi
blue sky
mavi gökyüzü

Kule mavi gökyüzüne doğru yükseldi. - The tower rose up against the blue sky.

Bir kalp krizi çoğunlukla mavi gökyüzünden gelen bir şimşek gibi gelir. - A heart attack often comes like lightning from a blue sky.

broken sky
parçalı gökyüzü
fleecy sky
yünden gökyüzü
pie in the sky
pasta gökyüzünde
read the sky
gökyüzü okuyun
skies
gökyüz
starry sky
yıldızlı gökyüzü
the sky
gökyüzü
towering, sky-high
kule, sky-yüksek
up to the sky
gökyüzü kadar
ascend to the sky
gökyüzüne çıkmak
be poised in the sky
(kuş) havada hareketsizmiş gibi durmak
broken sky
(Meteoroloji) parçalı çok bulutlu
can i go sky gliding there
orada sky gliding yapabilir miyim
cloudy sky
bulutlu hava
diffuse sky radiation
(Aydınlatma) yayınık gök ışınımı
drop out of the sky
gökten düşmek
fly in the sky
havada uçmak
green sky
(Meteoroloji) yeşil gökyüzü
in the sky
gökyüzünde

Gökyüzünde tek bir bulut yok. - There isn't a single cloud in the sky.

Kuşlar gökyüzünde şarkı söylüyorlardı. - Birds were singing in the sky.

in the sky
gökte
mackerel sky
(Meteoroloji) makerel gökyüzü
mackerel sky
parçalı bulutlu gökyüzü
night sky light
(Astronomi) gece gök ışığı
out of clear sky
birdenbire
out of clear sky
aniden
out of clear sky
beklenmedik bir anda
pie in the sky
(deyim) gerceklesmesi imkansiz dus
skies
{i} en yüksek nokta
skies
tepe nokta
the future is in the sky
istikbal göklerdedir
the highest point of the sky
ayyuk
the sky is clearing up
gökyüzü açılıyor
the sky is clouded over
gökyüzü bulutlanıyor
the sky threatens a storm
fırtına çıkacağa benziyor
under the open sky
açık havada
under the open sky
açık havada, gök kubbe altında
water sky
(Askeri) SU GÖĞÜ: Topraktaki kurşun ve polinyanın yansıması dolayısıyla bulutlarda meydana gelen siyah parçalar veya şeritler, ya da buz veya karla kaplı bölgelerin civarındaki açık deniz dolayısıyla meydana gelen yeknesak siyahlık. Gökte alçak stratus bulutları bulunduğu zaman buzla kaplı sahanın teferruatı bariz şekilde görülebilir. Ayrıca bakınız: "sky map"
water sky
su göğü
watery sky
yağmur yağacak gibi hava
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Also used to represent pornographic material
The atmosphere above a given point, especially as visible from the ground during the day

That year, a meteor fell from the sky.

Heaven

This mortal has incurred the wrath of the skies.

A cloud

There was not a cloud in the sky. - There wasn't a cloud in the sky.

There wasn't a cloud in the sky. - There was not a cloud in the sky.

The part of the sky which can be seen from a specific place or at a specific time; its condition, climate etc

We're not sure how long the cloudy skies will last.

to hit, kick or throw (a ball) extremely high
{f} hit or throw high into the air (i.e. a ball)
{n} the heavens, clouds, firmament, weather
Skylight
(aka: "skyball", "pop up", "rainmaker") when a shot is hit off the top edge of the clubface resulting in a much higher trajectory than the club was designed to produce Example: "Kim skyed her drive 100 yards up and 100 yards out "
To hang (a picture on exhibition) near the top of a wall, where it can not be well seen
When the club head only just strikes the very bottom of the ball causing it to fly straight up into the area Normally happens when the ball is on a tee or in the rough
(also "skyball, pop up, rainmaker") when a shot is hit off the top edge of the clubface resulting in a much more vertical shot than the club was designed to produce or you had intended Example: When you sky it/pop it up/hit a skyball/hit a rainmaker it doesn't go too far
throw or toss with a light motion; "flip me the beachball"; "toss me newspaper"
jumping to catch the disc
pie in the sky: see pie. Sky TV
v To jump extremely high To get big air
The visible portion of the celestial sphere On a dark night, the average person can see about 2000 stars
The vault-like apparent surface against which all aerial objects are seen from the earth
Observation to subtract from an OBJECT frame to perform first order sky subtraction
Generally happens after successful reading of the disc You make a huge jump to catch the disc
To throw towards the sky; as, to sky a ball at cricket
Hence, a shadow
The wheather; the climate
{i} upper atmosphere of the earth; heavens; highest level
the atmosphere and outer space as viewed from the earth
The apparent arch, or vault, of heaven, which in a clear day is of a blue color; the heavens; the firmament; - - sometimes in the plural
The sky is the space around the earth which you can see when you stand outside and look upwards. The sun is already high in the sky. warm sunshine and clear blue skies
Sky Blue
someone connected with Coventry City Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
Sky Father
A title for the highest gods of Heathenry, especially applied to Tiw
sky ball
an 1800s baseball term meaning a high fly ball
sky blue
A pale blue colour, like that of the sky on a fine day

sky blue colour:.

sky blue
Of a pale blue colour, like that of the sky on a fine day
sky blues
plural form of sky blue
sky girl
A female flight attendant
sky marshal
A military rank in fiction for air force, space force, or armed forces, usually the topmost rank
sky marshal
An armed, undercover guard on a commercial-airline flight
sky parlor
Alternative spelling of sky parlour
sky parlors
plural form of sky parlor
sky parlour
A garret
sky parlours
plural form of sky parlour
sky pilot
A clergyman, especially a military chaplain or padre

Jack, I swear, I'm no sky-pilot, but a creep pad turns into a confession booth as soon as I squat in it – the chicks really run their mouths some spieling their life histories in my face.

sky pilots
plural form of sky pilot
sky-blue
Alternative form of sky blue
sky-blue pink
An imaginary colour
sky-high
To a very high level

The superinflation blew prices sky-high.

sky-high
Excessively, exorbitantly

The fees were sky-high, so I refused to pay and rather did without.

sky-high
Extremely tall

The building seemed sky-high, even the clouds had to go around.

sky bridge
A cable-stayed bridge
sky train
A convoy of several gliders towed in a line for transporting freight etc
Sky TV
a television company owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, which operates several different satellite television programmes in the UK
sky blue
A light to pale blue, from a light greenish to light purplish blue
sky blue
{i} azure sky; blue as the azure sky
sky burial
a traditional Tibetan funeral ritual in which the corpse is exposed to the open air to be eaten by sacred vultures
sky burial
A traditional Tibetan funeral practice in which the body of a dead person is exposed to the open air to be eaten by vultures
sky dive
jump from an airplane and perform various maneuvers before opening one's parachute
sky glow
illumination of the night sky in urban areas
sky glow
Illumination of the night sky by electric lights, as in an urban area
sky marshal
An armed federal law-enforcement officer assigned to prevent and interdict air piracy and acts of terrorism involving commercial aircraft
sky parlor
attic, space in the very top level of a building
sky pilot
A member of the clergy, especially a military chaplain
sky pilot
one who flies aircraft; (Slang) term for a priest (especially used in the air force)
sky pilot
A person licensed as a pilot
sky sign
advertisement written with smoke by an airplane
sky sown with stars
sky full of stars, clear sky
sky wave
A radio wave that travels upward
sky wave
a radio wave that is reflected back to earth by the ionosphere or a communications satellite; permits transmission around the curve of the earth's surface
sky's the limit
there is no limit, only the sky will stop you
sky-blue
Something that is sky-blue is a very pale blue in colour. Her silk shirtdress was sky-blue, the colour of her eyes. bright blue, like the colour of the sky when there are no clouds blue
sky-high
(with verb `to blow') destroyed completely; blown apart or to pieces; "they blew the bridge sky-high"; "the committee blew the thesis sky-high
sky-high
in a lavish or enthusiastic manner; "he extolled her virtues sky-high"
sky-high
to a very high level; "prices have gone sky-high"; "garbage was piled sky-high"; "the men were flung sky-high by the explosion"
sky-high
emphasis If you say that prices or confidence are sky-high, you are emphasizing that they are at a very high level. Christie said: `My confidence is sky high.' the effect of falling house prices and sky-high interest rates. Sky high is also an adverb. Their prestige went sky high
sky-high
(with verb `to blow') destroyed completely; blown apart or to pieces; "they blew the bridge sky-high"; "the committee blew the thesis sky-high"
sky-high
to incredible heights, extremely high
Great Sky River
the Milky Way, the night sky visual phenomenon caused by dense regions of the Milky Way Galaxy appearing nebulous (generally found when referring to Native Americans)
blue sky law
: In the United States, a law that regulates the offering and sale of securities to protect the public from fraud, requiring the registration of all securities offerings and sales, as well as of stock brokers and brokerage firms
blue sky laws
plural form of blue sky law
blue-sky thinking
open-minded thinking (i.e., as wide and clear as the blue sky)
blue-sky thinking
thinking that is not grounded or in touch in the realities of the present
deep sky object
An object in the night sky other than a solar system object, single star or multiple star system
deep sky objects
plural form of deep sky object
mackerel sky
a sky filled with a regular pattern of altocumulus clouds somewhat resembling the skin of a mackerel
pie in the sky
A fanciful notion; ludicrous concept; the illusory promise of a desired outcome that is unlikely to happen
pie-in-the-sky
Of a dream unlikely to ever come true
pie-in-the-sky
Lacking reality and serviceability

a pie-in-the-sky patent.

skied
Simple past tense and past participle of ski
skied
Simple past tense and past participle of sky
the sky is the limit
Nothing is impossible or out of reach

If you have a refrigerator and a microwave at work, then the sky is the limit for what you can put in your lunchbox.

skyed
{a} enveloped or surrounded by the skies
The sky
heaven
The sky
heavens
blue sky
{i} clear sky during the day
blue sky
A slang term for laws various Canadian provinces and American states have enacted to protect the public against securities frauds The term "blue skyed" indicates that a new issue has been cleared by a securities commission and may be sold to the public
blue sky
Refers to securities registration or broker licensing, or the securities regulatory authorities of individual states For example, if a stock broker in the state of New York has complied with licensing or registration requirements for Florida, Texas and Illinois, then he or she is said the be "blue skied" in those states and may solicit sales from account holders residing therein Blue sky often is referred to in private placements, IPOs and secondary underwritings to designate the states in which securities may be sold The term also is frequently used with many securities quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board or the Pink Sheets
blue sky
the sky as viewed during daylight; "he shot an arrow into the blue"
blue sky
Popular name given to state statutes regulating the sale of corporate securities, particularly through investment companies, imposed to prevent the sale of securities for fraudulent purposes Typically they regulate the sale of securities by persons considered to be in control of an issuer and purchasers who purchase unregistered securities directly or indirectly from an issuer or control person of an issuer Also, typically construed as laws that refer to restrictions placed on IPOs by various states
blue sky
Laws designed to protect the public from securities frauds Each state has its own securities distribution restrictions and guidelines which must be met by each issue offered therein Blue sky rules relate to state approval or disapproval of distribution within each state
blue sky
These are state securities laws designed to protect individual investors The phrase purportedly originated from a state judge who said that the securities of a particular company had all the value of a patch of blue sky Both companies and mutual funds are affected by state blue sky laws However, the SEC and Congress are in the process of superseding these rules, because the rules in some states are obsolete, arbitrary and poorly enforced
blue sky
A synonym for goodwill Often considered the value of the business beyond that of the hard assets, alone
blue sky
The potential for the movie to make a greater profit than that which is guaranteed by distribution and pre-sale agreements
blue sky
A slang term for laws that various Canadian provinces and American states have enacted to protect the public against securities frauds
blue sky
To conceptualize freely
blue sky
claims referring to future business profits that are greatly exaggerated or even nonexistent
blue sky
Any intangible portion of a price above the maximum goodwill that can be reasonably supported through the application of established valuation methodology
blue sky
It is a slang term used often within the financial industry that confirms a new issue has been given the legal "stamp of approval" by the Securities commission and can now be distributed
blue sky
the sky as viewed during daylight; "he shot an arrow into the blue
blue sky
A slang term for laws various Canadian provinces and American states have enacted to protect the public against securities frauds The term blue skyed indicates that a new issue has been cleared by a securities commission and may be sold to the public
blue sky law
State regulations governing an offering to sell securities within the state
blue sky law
a state law regulating the sale of securities in an attempt to control the sale of securities in fraudulent enterprises
blue sky law
A term used to describe state laws and regulations governing the issuance and sale of securities to residents of a state and the licensing and regulation of securities brokers and dealers
blue sky law
A law passed by many states that requires sellers of new issues to register their IPOs and provide financial details on their company
blue sky law
A law passed by many states that requires sellers of new issues to register their IPO's and provide financial details on their company
blue sky law
{i} law that regulates the sale of securities (as stock)
blue-sky
blue-sky tests etc are done to test ideas and not for any practical purpose
blue-sky
{s} unrealistic; impractical; theoretical; cheap, not worth very much
blue-sky law
A law designed to protect the public from buying fraudulent securities
castles in the sky
sweet dreams and fantasies
cloudy sky
sky which has mostly clouds covering it
dark sky
sky without light
flew sky high
soared very high in the air, flew at a high altitude
from the sky
from up above, from the direction of the sky
if the sky falls we shall catch larks
clever answer given to annoying hypothetical questions
mackerel sky
a sky filled with rows of cirrocumulus or small altocumulus clouds
mackerel sky
sky dappled with small cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds that look like the markings of mackerel
mackerel sky
A sky covered with many small cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds, resembling the markings found on a mackerel. Also called buttermilk sky
out of a clear sky
suddenly, with no warning
overcast sky
A sky luminance distribution three times brighter near (C I E Standard Condition) the zenith than at the horizon, as defined by a formula proposed by Moon and Spencer in 1942 and adopted by the Commission International de l'Eclairge in 1955
overcast sky
one that has 100 per cent cloud cover; the sun is not visible
pie in the sky
empty promise; unrealistic desire that is not realized
reaching the sky
flying, rising high, soaring high
skied
past of sky
skied
past of ski
skied
Past tense and past participle of ski. Past tense and past participle of sky
skied
{s} (Slang) under the influence of drugs
skied
of Sky, v
skies
plural of sky
skies
{i} (Slang) scales for weighing drugs
skies
third-person singular of sky
skies
Third person singular present tense of sky. the plural form of sky
skyed
past of sky
skyed
Surrounded by sky
somber sky
gray sky, sky covered with gray clouds
the sky cleared up
the sky was blue and empty, all problems disappeared
the sky clouded over
the sky became full of clouds, the sky became gloomy, problems arose
the sky is the limit
there is no limit, the limit can be set as high as the sky
touched the sky
breathed fresh mountain air
under the open sky
out in the open, under the heavens, outdoors
up to the sky
seemingly limitless as if reaching the sky, very much, a lot, tons
vault of the sky
heavens, sky
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف sky في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

sky gliding
sky gliding
orada sky gliding yapabilir miyim
Can I go sky gliding there
sky

    التركية النطق

    skay

    المتضادة

    earth

    النطق

    /ˈskī/ /ˈskaɪ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ skI ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English, from Old Norse skȳ (“cloud”), from Proto-Germanic *skeujan, *skiwô (“cloud, cloud cover, haze”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)k(')ew-, *(s)keu- (“sky, cloud”). Cognate with Old English scēo (“cloud”), Old Saxon scio, skio, skeo (“light cloud cover”), Old Irish cēo (“sky”), Irish ceo (“mist, fog”). Also related to Old English scūa (“shadow, darkness”), Latin obscūrus (“dark, shadowy”), Sanskrit (skunāti, “he covers”).

    الازمنة

    skies, skying, skied

    رصف المشتركة

    sky diving, sky high, sky dive

    فيديوهات

    ... like rockets towards the sky ...
    ... characters are animals cabin carved out in the sky when she needs ...

    كلمة اليوم

    guesstimate
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