stare

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} dik dik bakmak

Dik dik bakmak hoş değildir. - It's not polite to stare.

İnsanlara dik dik bakmak kibarlık değildir. - It's not polite to stare at people.

{f} gözlerini dikmek
{i} gözünü dikme
gözünü dikip bakmak
{f} gözlerini dikip bak
gözünü dikip bakma
sabit bakış
(at ile) dik dik bakmak
{f} gözü dalmak
uzun ve küstahca bakış
dik durmak
uzun uzun bakmak
{i} (uzun ve dikkatli) bakış
stare at dik dik bakmak stare down yüzüne dik dik bakıp şaşırtmak veya utandırmak
{f} boşluğa bakmak
{f} boş boş bakmak
{f} bakakalmak
{f} gözünü dikmek
{i} boşluğa bakma
bakışların bir noktaya takılıp kalması
stare one in the face önünde
{f} (at) (dikkatle) bakmak
{f} hayretle bakmak
dikmek (gözlerini)
stare at
gözlerini dikip bak
stare at
Dik dik bakmak

İnsanlara dik dik bakmak kabadır. - It's rude to stare at people.

İnsanlara dik dik bakmak kibarlık değildir. - It's not polite to stare at people.

stare at
gözlerini dikip bak(mak)
stare back
geriye bakmak
stare daggers
(deyim) Kızgın kızgın bakmak
stare down
aşağı bakmak
stare of
bakışları ile
stare at
bakakalmak
stare at
gözlerini dikmek
stare into vacancy
boşluğa dalıp bakmak
stare smb. in the face
karşısında durmak
stare smb. in the face
eli kulağında olmak
stare smb. in the face
gözünün önünde olmak
stare smb. out
bakışları ile utandırmak
stare stupidly
aval aval bakmak
staring
dik dik bakan

Bana dik dik bakan kız öfkeliydi. - The girl staring back at me was angry.

staring
büsbütün
staring
parlak
staring
sabit
staring
tamamen
to stare blankly
boş bakmak
stared
stare dik dik bak
staring
göze çarpan
staring
aşırı çarpıcı
staring
stare dik dik bak
staring
göz alıcı
staring
hareketsiz
staringly
tamamen
staringly
büsbütün
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To look fixedly (at something)
A persistent gaze
{n} a fixed or wild look, a bird
{v} to look with wonder or impudence
To be very conspicuous on account of size, prominence, color, or brilliancy; as, staring windows or colors
To look with fixed eyes wide open, as through fear, wonder, surprise, impudence, etc
To stand out; to project; to bristle
look at with fixed eyes; "The students stared at the teacher with amazement"
Acronym for Southern Tropical Atlantic Regional Experiment, a project within BIBEX STARE is an aircraft- and ground-based measurement program initiated in May 1990 by a committee of scientists from Europe, Brazil and the U S to investigate the sources of trace gases, their atmospheric transport, and the chemical processes in the atmosphere which lead to elevated levels of O3, CO, and other trace gases over the southern tropical Atlantic Ocean The field campaigns conducted under STARE were TRACE-A, SAFARI, and SA'ARI See Andreae et al (1996)
gaze fixedly, as in: I asked him what was wrong, but all I got in response was a vacant stare
If a situation or the answer to a problem is staring you in the face, it is very obvious, although you may not be immediately aware of it. Then the answer hit me. It had been staring me in the face ever since Lullington. when you look at something for a long time in a steady way
to fasten an earnest and prolonged gaze on some object
{f} gaze fixedly at someone or something, look at with a steady gaze
{i} penetrating gaze, fixed look
a fixed look with eyes open wide fixate one's eyes; "The ancestor in the painting is staring down menacingly
fixate one's eyes; "The ancestor in the painting is staring down menacingly"
The starling
To look earnestly at; to gaze at
look intensively
The act of staring; a fixed look with eyes wide open
a fixed look with eyes open wide
If you stare at someone or something, you look at them for a long time. Tamara stared at him in disbelief, shaking her head Mahoney tried not to stare. Stare is also a noun. Hlasek gave him a long, cold stare
stare daggers
Alternative form of look daggers
stare decisis
The principle of following judicial precedent
stare someone in the face
To be extremely visible and obvious

Then, one night you wake up with a start at 3 o'clock in the morning with the answer staring you in the face. Or maybe it hits you in the bath, like Archimedes, or while you're on the loo.

stare daggers
(deyim) Look/Stare angrily
stare decisis
(Kanun) The legal principle of determining points in litigation according to precedent. (Latin) 'stand by things decided'
stare decisis
Latin for "to stand by that which is decided " Refers to the principle of adhering to precedent when deciding a case
stare decisis
the doctrine that decisions should stand as precedents for guidance in future cases
stare decisis
(Latin; "let the decision stand") In common law, the doctrine under which courts adhere to precedent on questions of law in order to ensure certainty, consistency, and stability in the administration of justice. Since no court decision can have universal application, the courts, in practice, must often decide that a previous decision does not apply to a particular case even though the facts and issues appear to be closely similar. A strict application of stare decisis may lead to rigidity and to legal hairsplitting, whereas too much flexibility may result in uncertainty
stare decisis
(Latin) the decision shall stand (used to express that legal precedents should always be followed)
stare decisis
(lat ) to stand by that which was decided; the legal principle that a lower court will follow that which has already been decided by a previous case
stare decisis
The doctrine that, when a court has once laid down a principle of law as applicable to a certain set of facts, it will adhere to that principle and apply it to future cases where the facts are substantially the same
stare decisis
"To abide by decided cases"; The doctrine compelling courts to honor the prior decision of courts on the same issue
stare decisis
The legal doctrine developed in England of following precedents laid down in previous judicial decisions unless they contravene ordinary principles of justice
stare decisis
The doctrine that courts will follow principles of law laid down in previous cases Similar to precedent
stare decisis
"Let the decision stand " This concept is the operating principle in the common-law system and requires that judges follow precedent case law when making judgments
stare decisis
The reliance of courts on previous decisions when judging disputes (See common law)
stare decisis
A Latin phrase that literally means "to let the decision stand " It expresses the common law doctrine that court decisions should be guided by precedent Internet link: http: //www lectlaw com/def2/s065 htm
stare decisis
(sta're de-si'sis) - A doctrine that, when a court has once laid down a principle of law as applicable to a certain set of facts, it will adhere to that principle and apply it to future cases where the facts are substantially the same
stare decisis
to abide by things decided
stare decisis
           The rule of precedence commonly held as binding; when a judge must decide on a case where the same question is presented as had been previously decided
stare decisis
In court rulings, reliance on consistency with precedents
stare decisis
The doctrine that once a principle of law has been determined to be applicable to certain facts, that principle will be followed in future cases involving substantially identical facts
stare down
overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring; "He simply stared down his opponent
stare down
overcome or cause to waver or submit by (or as if by) staring; "He simply stared down his opponent"
stare in the face
be clear beyond a doubt; be easily noticeable, be apparent (the truth)
stare out
If you stare someone out, you look steadily into their eyes for such a long time that they feel that they have to turn their eyes away from you. He glared at Nikitin but the General Secretary stared him out with hard, pebble-like eyes
blank stare
an expressionless or uncomprehending stare
stared
Simple past tense and past participle of stare
starer
{n} one who stares, an eager or wild gazer
make people stare
astonish people, amaze people
stared
past of stare
starer
a viewer who gazes fixedly (often with hostility)
starer
One who stares, or gazes
starer
One who stares
starer
{i} one who stares, one who gazes fixedly at someone or something, one who looks at with a steady gaze
stares
plural of stare
staring
(used of eyes) open and fixed as if in fear or wonder; "staring eyes"
staring
without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers; "an arrant fool"; "a complete coward"; "a consummate fool"; "a double-dyed villain"; "gross negligence"; "a perfect idiot"; "pure folly"; "what a sodding mess"; "stark staring mad"; "a thoroughgoing villain"; "utter nonsense"
staring
present participle of stare
staring
{i} act of gazing fixedly at someone or something, act of looking at with a steady gaze
staring
with a stare; "`quoi?' asked Blanchard, staring"
staringly
with a fixed gaze, with a steady gaze
staringly
with a stare; "`quoi?' asked Blanchard, staring
staringly
With a staring look
stare
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