to the bitter end

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ölesiye
kötü sona
en sonuna kadar
sonuna kadar

Ne olursa olsun sonuna kadar ilkelerime bağlı kalacağım. - Whatever happens, I'll stick to my principles to the bitter end.

İstediğin kadar gül; ben sonuna kadar planıma sadık kalacağım. - Laugh as much as you like; I'll stick to my plan to the bitter end.

(deyim) son noktaya kadar
(deyim) son nefese kadar
kanının son damlasına kadar
ölünceye kadar
(deyim) son aşamaya kadar
(deyim) acı sona kadar
to the end
ilanihaye
to the end
sonuna kadar

O sonuna kadar elinden geleni yaptı. - He did his best to the end.

Zaferi sonuna kadar tartıştık. - We disputed the victory to the end.

bitter end
Gemilerde demirin zincirinin gemiye bağlı olduğu yer
bitter end
ölüm
bitter end
acı son
the bitter end
(Fiili Deyim ) sonuna kadar , ölünceye dek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
until the difficult conclusion
bitter end
that part of an anchor cable which is abaft the bitts and thus remains inboard when a ship is riding at anchor

Note: To pay out a rope to the bitter end means to pay it all out.

bitter end
The end of a long and difficult process
bitter end
the final six fathoms of anchor chain before the point of attachment in the chain locker of modern U.S.naval vessels, with these six fathoms often painted blue, white and red to warn deck hands of the end of available anchor chain
bitter END
1 The extreme end of a line, see bight; 2 The end made fast when all line has been played out
bitter END
The last part of a cable left around the "bitts" when the rest is overboard
bitter END
The last part of a rope or chain; the inboard end of the anchor rope
bitter END
the open end of a rope
bitter END
The end of a line Also the end of the anchor rode attached to the boat
bitter END
the final extremity (however unpleasant it may be); "he was determined to fight to the bitter end"
bitter END
(The ) A outrance; with relentless hostility; also applied to affliction, as, “she bore it to the bitter end,” meaning to the last stroke of adverse fortune “All Thy waves have gone over me, but I have borne up under them to the bitter end ” Here “bitter end” means the end of the rope The “bitter-end” is a sea term meaning “that part of the cable which is “abaft the bitts ” When there is no windlass the cables are fastened to bitts, that is, pieces of timber so called; and when a rope is payed out to the bitter-end, or to these pieces of timber, all of it is let out, and no more remains However, we read in Prov v 4, “Her end is bitter as wormwood,” which, after all, may be the origin of the phrase
bitter END
last end of a rope or inboard end of an anchor cable secured to a bitt
bitter END
The very end of a piece of rope
bitter END
Usually used in conjunction with "push," as in "pushed to the bitter end," this phrase means not just that the passageway ended, but that it ended in grim or dangerous circumstances
bitter END
(nautical) the inboard end of a line or cable especially the end that is wound around a bitt
bitter end
final completion of something (especially something that is potentially very painful or unpleasant)
bitter end
(nautical) the inboard end of a line or cable especially the end that is wound around a bitt the final extremity (however unpleasant it may be); "he was determined to fight to the bitter end
to the bitter end

    الواصلة

    to the bit·ter end

    التركية النطق

    tı dhi bîtır end

    النطق

    /tə ᴛʜē ˈbətər ˈend/ /tə ðiː ˈbɪtɜr ˈɛnd/

    كلمة اليوم

    taboo
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