trickle

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الإنجليزية - التركية
damla/damlama
{f} sızmak
damla damla akıtmak
(Havacılık) akıtmak
sızma
süzülmek
akmak
damlamak
{f} damla damla ak
1. İplik gibi akmak.2. İp gibi akış

A tear trickled down the poor child's cheek.

{f} damlatmak
{f} azar azar gelmek
{i} damlama
{f} akıtmak (az az)
{i} damla damla akan şey
damla damla akmak veya akıtmak
{f} yavaş yavaş çıkmak
{f} yuvarlanmak (top)
{f} damla damla akmak
damlat/damla
damla

Onun boynundan bir damla kan aktı. - A trickle of blood ran down his neck.

yuvarlanmak
trickle charge
trickle şarj
trickle down
damla damla akmak veya akıtmak, f; damlama; damla/damlama, damla damla akan şey, damlat/damla; azar azar gelmek
trickle up
aşağıdan yukarıya doğru

The trickle up effect is an economic theory used to describe the flow of wealth from the poor to the affluent.

trickle-down effect
Aşağı etkisi damlama
trickle charged
dengeleme şarjlı
trickle charger
aküyü yavaş yavaş şarj eden cihaz
trickle out
yavaş yavaş kaybolmak
trickle out
(Fiili Deyim ) (haber) sızmak , yayılmak
to trickle
damla damla akmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A very thin flow; the act of trickling

The tap of the washbasin in my bedroom is leaking and the trickle drives me mad at night.

to pour a liquid in a very thin stream, or so that drops fall continuously

The doctor trickled some iodine on the wound.

to flow in a very thin stream or drop continuously

Her white night-dress was smeared with blood, and a thin stream trickled down the man's bare chest which was shown by his torn-open dress.

A very thin river

The brook had shrunk to a mere trickle.

To move or roll slowly
{v} to run, to fall or run down in drops
A low-rate charge, usually below 0 5 amp
{i} thin stream, slow movement
When a liquid trickles, or when you trickle it, it flows slowly in very small amounts. A tear trickled down the old man's cheek Trickle water gently over the back of your baby's head Trickle is also a noun. There was not so much as a trickle of water
run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream; "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in"
run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream; "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in
To flow in a small, gentle stream; to run in drops
A service that provides electronic mail access to FTP A user sends an e-mail message to a trickle server; the server reads the message, obtains a copy of the file, and transmits an e-mail reply that contains the copy
flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid; "there's a drip through the roof"
The act or state of trickling; also, that which trickles; a small stream; drip
When people or things trickle in a particular direction, they move there slowly in small groups or amounts, rather than all together. Some donations are already trickling in. Trickle is also a noun. The flood of cars has now slowed to a trickle
{f} to flow in a thin gentle stream; flow by dripping; move slowly
trickle-down
That flows, especially in limited quantity, from the highly placed to others
trickle-down
Describing the theory that financial benefits given to the wealthy will somehow be passed down to the poor
trickle-up trend
A trend in high fashion that originated in street culture
trickle down
Of or relating to the economic theory that financial benefits accorded to big businesses and wealthy investors will pass down to profit smaller businesses and consumers
trickle up
(Ekonomi) (Adjective) nOf or relating to the belief that financial benefits accorded to low-income people and very small businesses, as through microcredit or governmental transfer payments, are passed on to profit wealthier people and larger businesses
trickle-down
(of wealth) gradually benefit the poorest as a result of the increasing wealth of the richest
trickle-up
Of or relating to the belief that financial benefits accorded to low-income people and very small businesses, as through microcredit or governmental transfer payments, are passed on to profit wealthier people and larger businesses
trickle charge
An electric charge supplied to a storage battery at a continuous low rate to keep it fully charged
trickle down
An economic theory that by supporting businesses and allowing them to flourish, the benefits will eventually "trickle down" to middle- and lower-income people, who will benefit from increased economic activity and reduced unemployment
trickle down
An economic theory that the support of businesses that allows them to flourish will eventually benefit middle- and lower-income people, in the form of increased economic activity and reduced unemployment
trickle down
Part of Reaganomics whereby the benefit from tax cuts to the rich would promote further investment and thus employment for the working class
trickle irrigation
irrigation by dripping small amounts of water into the soil through perforated hoses (as opposed to irrigation with sprinklers)
trickle-down
The trickle-down theory is the theory that benefits given to people at the top of a system will eventually be passed on to people lower down the system. For example, if the rich receive tax cuts, they will pass these benefits on to the poor by creating jobs. The government is not simply relying on trickle-down economics to tackle poverty
trickle-down effect
a belief that additional wealth gained by the richest people in society will have a good economic effect on the lives of everyone because the rich people will put the extra money into businesses, investments etc
To trickle
drill
trickled
past of trickle
trickling
present participle of trickle
trickle
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