spat

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} münakaşa

Onlar dün bir münakaşa ettiler. - They had a spat yesterday.

tükür
tükürmek
{i} ağız kavgası
ağız dalaşı
ağız dalaşı yapmak
ağız kavgası etmek
i., k.dili. (kısa süren) ağız kavgası, atışma, dalaş, dalaşma
{f} yumurta bırakmak (istridye)
spit tükür
yağmur şakırdaması
sille vurmak
{f} atışmak
yumurta dökmek
tozluk/münakaşa
ağı
{i} küçük istridye
kısa tozluk
{i} şamar
{i} getr, tozluk
{i} atışma
dalaşmak
getir
f., bak. spit
{i} şaplak
{i} istiridye yumurtası
şakırdamak
yumurta bırakmak
spit
{f} tükürmek

Singapur'da yere tükürmek bir suçtur. - In Singapore, it is a crime to spit on the ground.

spit
{i} tükürük

Bir yüzyıl önce, tükürük hokkaları hala kullanılıyordu. - A century ago, spittoons were still used.

spat at
tükürdü at
spat on
tükürdü üzerinde
spat out
tükürdü dışarı
spit
{i} şiş

Şişman olmasına rağmen güzeldi. - In spite of being fat, she was pretty.

spit
{f} tükür

Tom sakızını tükürdü. - Tom spit out his gum.

Eğer tadı kötüyse, onu tükür. - If it tastes bad, spit it out.

spit
{f} basmak (çığlık)
spit
{f} çıkarmak
spit
{f} haykırmak
spit
{i} tükürme

Onun tükürme şekline katlanamam. - I can't put up with the way he spits.

Onun yere tükürme alışkanlığı vardır. - He has the habit of spitting on the ground.

do not lick what you have spat
(deyim) tükürdüğünü yalama
spit
(Coğrafya) kıyı dili
spit
serpmek
spit
(Askeri) kıyı oku
spit
süngülemek
spit
dil

Dil zorluğuna rağmen biz kısa sürede arkadaş olduk. - In spite of the language difficulty, we soon became friends.

Diyetime rağmen, bir dilim çikolatalı kek almaktan kendimi alamadım. - In spite of my diet, I couldn't help taking a slice of chocolate cake.

spit
saplamak
spit
kebap şişi
spit
(Coğrafya) Deniz vb. bir su kütlesine doğru uzayan kara uzantısı
spit
şişe geçirmek
spit
çiseleme
spit
aşırı intizam
spit
{i} tıslama
spit
fokurdamak
spit
çiselemek
spit
çıtırdamak
spit
söylemek
spit
{f} şişlemek
spit
saçmak
spit
salya
spit
cızırdamak
spit
denize uzanan kara parçası
spit
kum tepecikli kumsal
spit
kopya
spit
tıslamak
spit
tıpatıp aynı
spit
bir bel boyu derinlik
spit
{f} (birini) şişle öldürmek, şişlemek; süngüyle öldürmek, süngülemek
spit
coğr
spit
çisenti
spit
{f} (eti) şişe geçirmek
spit
bel/dil/şiş/tükürük
spit
{f} (kar) serpelemek, serpiştirmek, atıştırmak
spit
serpiştirmek
spit
meç saplamak
spit
{f} (kedi) tıslamak
spit
şiş saplamak
spit
spit şişe geçir/tükür
spit
{f} (spit/spat, --ting)
spit
{i} bir bel boyu derinlik (toprak)
spit
{i} şiş (kebap)
spit
serpelemek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A piece of bodywork that covers the upper portions of the rear tyres of a car
To quarrel or argue briefly
A brief argument, fall out, quarrel
Simple past tense and past participle of spit

If I had known you had a spittoon in the corner I would never have spat on the floor.

To spawn. Used of shellfish as above
A covering or decorative covering worn over a shoe
To strike with a spattering sound

She mentioned she had spatted Kelsey on her diaper with a hairbrush, said Mildred Johnson, a co-worker.

Spawn of shellfish, especially oysters & similar molluscs
{n} the young of shellfish, a stone
clap one's hands together; "The children were clapping to the music"
a quarrel about petty points
To slap, as with the open hand; to clap together; as the hands
come down like raindrops; "Bullets were spatting down on us
become permanently attached; "mollusks or oysters spat"
a brief argument
Juvenile shellfish which are taken for the purposes of on-growing The spat of oysters shall be no longer than 40 mm; the spat of scallops shall be no longer than 50 mm; the spat of cockles shall be no longer than 20 mm; the spat of green-lipped mussels/greenshell mussels shall be no longer than 40 mm; the spat of blue mussels shall be no longer than 30 mm; and the spat of Pacific oysters shall be no longer than 37 mm (4)
Young oyster larva that has metamorphosed to become a juvenile oyster
a short covering for the shoe, usually of felt buttoned over ankle and instep
engage in a brief and petty quarrel
clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
A kind of short cloth or leather gaiter worn over the upper part of the shoe and fastened beneath the instep; chiefly in pl
{i} minor quarrel; light slap; gaiter that covers the instep and ankle and is fastened to a shoe by a strap under the heel; young oyster or other shellfish
tiny single corallites that form immediately after the metamorphosis of planula larvae
strike with a sound like that of falling rain; "Bullets were spatting the leaves"
Spat is the past tense and past participle of spit
come down like raindrops; "Bullets were spatting down on us"
A spat between people, countries, or organizations is a disagreement between them. a spat between America and Germany over interest rates and currencies. A past tense and a past participle of spit. A cloth or leather gaiter covering the shoe upper and the ankle and fastening under the shoe with a strap. Often used in the plural. the past tense and past participle of spit
The spawn of an oyster or shellfish
of Spit
A light blow with something flat
young oysters just past the free swimming larval stage, which are ready to settle down and become attached to some hard object
Hence, a petty combat, esp
To dispute
a verbal one; a little quarrel, dispute, or dissension
To emit spawn; to emit, as spawn
a cloth covering (a legging) that provides covering for the instep and ankles spawn; "oysters spat" engage in a brief and petty quarrel strike with a sound like that of falling rain; "Bullets were spatting the leaves" become permanently attached; "mollusks or oysters spat" come down like raindrops; "Bullets were spatting down on us
a cloth covering (a legging) that provides covering for the instep and ankles spawn; "oysters spat"
a young oyster or other bivalve
spawn; "oysters spat"
{f} quarrel; slap lightly; deposit eggs, produce spawn (of shellfish)
a cloth covering (a legging) that provides covering for the instep and ankles
Swimming larvae of oysters (or mussels), before their fixation to a solid substrate
engage in a brief and petty quarrel strike with a sound like that of falling rain; "Bullets were spatting the leaves"
past of spit
A young oyster or other bivalve mollusk, both before and after it first becomes adherent, or such young, collectively
A legging; a gaiter
spat in his face
insulted him deeply, offended him greatly, acted towards him ungratefully
spat into the well he drank off
bit the hand that fed him, hurt someone who was on his side
spats
plural form of spat
spit
To utter

A group of black guys were spitting rhymes in the corner, slapping hands and egging one another on.

spit
To evacuate (saliva or another substance) from the mouth

The teacher told her to spit out her bubble gum.

spit
To utter violently

'Gentleman? You? he spat.

spit
Saliva, especially when expectorated
spit
A narrow, pointed, usually sandy peninsula
spit
To eject from the mouth; to throw out, as saliva or other matter, from the mouth
spit
{v} to put upon a spit, to throw out spittle
spit
{n} an iron prong for roasting, a depth of earth
spit
(Coğrafya) A section of land that extends into a body of water
spit
(Coğrafya) A spit or sand spit is a deposition landform found off coasts. A spit is a type of bar or beach that develops where a re-entrant occurs, such as at a cove, headlands and known as longshore drift. Where the direction of the shore turns inland (reenters) the longshore current spreads out or dissipates. No longer able to carry the full load, much of the sediment is dropped. This cases a bar to build out from the shore, eventually becoming a spit
spats
a stiff legging worn over the instep and ankles of a shoe
spats
plural of spat
spats
{i} leather gaiter, covering worn over the shoe
spatting
present participle of spat
spit
Spit is the watery liquid produced in your mouth. You usually use spit to refer to an amount of it that has been forced out of someone's mouth. = saliva
spit
A long, slender, pointed rod, usually of iron, for holding meat while roasting
spit
Longshore drift will cause a spit to grow as deposits of material in the water settle Many spits form across estuaries and may block the water flow, causing a delta to form Examples of spits can be found at Orford Ness in Suffolk and Borth in Wales
spit
The secretion formed by the glands of the mouth; spitle; saliva; sputum
spit
rain gently; "It has only sprinkled, but the roads are slick"
spit
the act of spitting (forcefully expelling saliva)
spit
An elongate deposit of sand or gravel projecting obliquely seaward from a shoreline
spit
Supermarine Spitfire
spit
A narrow point of land extending into a body of water
spit
To attend to a spit; to use a spit
spit
A small point of land running into the sea, or a long, narrow shoal extending from the shore into the sea; as, a spit of sand
spit
To throw out saliva from the mouth
spit
To eject; to throw out; to belch
spit
To rain or snow slightly, or with sprinkles
spit
{f} spear with a thin rod, impale on a spit
spit
A long and narrow accumulation of sand and/or gravel that projects into a body of ocean water These features form as the result of the deposition of sediments by longshore drift
spit
A spit is a long rod which is pushed through a piece of meat and hung over an open fire to cook the meat. She roasted the meat on a spit
spit
The depth to which a spade goes in digging; a spade; a spadeful
spit
Saliva
spit
To thrust a spit through; to fix upon a spit; hence, to thrust through or impale; as, to spit a loin of veal
spit
To spade; to dig
spit
A spit of land is a long, flat, narrow piece of land that sticks out into the sea
spit
(n ) torn, tohrn
spit
To evacuate saliva from the mouth
spit
A rod on which meat is grilled (UK English) or broiled (US English)
spit
All-purpose cleaning fluid especially good on kids' faces
spit
If someone spits, they force an amount of liquid out of their mouth, often to show hatred or contempt. The gang thought of hitting him too, but decided just to spit They spat at me and taunted me She spit into the little tray of mascara and brushed it on her lashes
spit
If you spit liquid or food somewhere, you force a small amount of it out of your mouth. Spit out that gum and pay attention He felt as if a serpent had spat venom into his eyes
spit
A long narrow accumulation of sand or shingle, lying generally in line with the coast, with one end attached to the land the other projecting into the sea or across the mouth of an estuary - see also Ness
spit
If it is spitting, it is raining very lightly. It will stop in a minute - it's only spitting
spit
utter with anger or contempt
spit
To impale on a spit
spit
If you say that one person is the spitting image of another, you mean that they look very similar. Nina looks the spitting image of Sissy Spacek
spit
(1) A long narrow accumulation of SAND or SHINGLE, lying generally in line with the COAST, with one end attached to the land the other projecting into the SEA or across the mouth of an ESTUARY See also NESS (2) (SMP) An accretion shoreform which extends seaward from and parallel to the SHORELINE See Figure 5
spit
A narrow, fingerlike ridge of sand that extends from land into open water
spit
expel or eject (saliva or phlegm or sputum) from the mouth; "The father of the victim spat at the alleged murderer"
spit
{i} saliva; act of ejecting saliva; pointed rod on which meat is roasted; perfect likeness; light rainfall or snowfall; narrow section of land extending into the sea; shovelful
spit
{f} eject saliva from the mouth; discharge, throw out, eject; express anger or contempt by or as if by expectorating; say quickly and angrily; fall lightly (of rain or snow)
spit
a clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands of the mouth; moistens the mouth and starts the digestion of starches
spit
In American English, the form spit is used as the past tense and past participle
spit
A thin horizontal slice of soil removed during an excavation
spit
An instance of spitting
spit
a skewer for holding meat over a fire
spit
a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea
spit
the act of spitting (forcefully expelling saliva) a skewer for holding meat over a fire a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea expel or eject (saliva or phlegm or sputum) from the mouth; "The father of the victim spat at the alleged murderer"
spit
If one place is within spitting distance of another, they are very close to each other. a restaurant within spitting distance of the Tower of London
spit
drive a skewer through; "skewer the meat for the BBQ"
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Madencilik) spath
(Madencilik) brown spar
ağır spat
heavy spar barit
spat
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