surat

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التركية - الإنجليزية
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face

Tom pulled a long face when he heard the story. - Tom hikayeyi duyduğunda suratını astı.

He punched her in the face. - Suratına bir yumruk attı.

kisser
face, mug " yüz, çehre; sour face
dial
mien
puss
face (used derogatorily)
phiz
countenance
court card
snoot
slang, playing cards (a) king, queen, or jack
pan
mug
surat asmak
pout
surat asmak
{f} lour
surat asmak
sulk
surat (değil) mahkeme duvarı
(someone) who has an extremely forbidding look on his face
surat asma
mouth
surat asma
lower
surat asma
making face
surat asma
pout
surat asma
lour
surat asmak
to put on a sour face, look annoyed, angry, or unhappy; to sulk; to pout
surat asmak
to make a sour face, to pull a face (at sb), to sulk
surat asmak
have the pouts
surat asmak
lower
surat asmak
sour
surat asmak
frown
surat asmak
make face
surat bir karış
sour-faced; annoyed-looking; angry-looking; grim-looking
surat düşkünü ugly
(someone) who's not much when it comes to looks
surat ekşitme
mop
surat ekşitmek
make mouths
surat etme
sulks
surat etme
making face
surat etme
sulk
surat etme
mug
surat etmek
make mouths
surat etmek
make a face
surat etmek
sulk
surat etmek
to give (someone) a sour look; to give (someone) a sulky or pouting look
surat etmek
pout
surat etmek
make face
surat mahkeme duvarı
brazen-faced, sulky
surat asmak
pull a face
surat asmak
mump
suratlar
smileys
asık surat
face of woe
asık surat
sullen face
ifadesiz surat
poker face
surat asmak
lower,lour
surat asmak
gloom
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A large city in India, in the state of Gujarat
City (pop., 2001 prelim.: 2,433,787), southeastern Gujarat state, west-central India. It is near the mouth of the Tapi River and the Gulf of Khambhat. A major seaport from the 16th century, it was conquered by the Mughals in 1573 and was twice sacked by the Marathas in the 17th century. It became a centre for textile manufacturing and shipbuilding. The British established their first Indian trading station there 1612, marking the beginning of the British Empire in India. Surat served as the seat of the British Indian government until the late 17th century, when the seat was moved to Bombay (now Mumbai). The city declined in the 18th century but prospered again with the opening of India's railways. Surat's cottons, silks, brocades, and objects of gold and silver are still famous
the hearing power of the Soul This term was formerly used in this teaching to refer to the spirit
Consciousness
A monkey-like creature with a long prehensile tail and bat-like wings, sometimes kept as pets within the Clans Also a Clan epithet
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