twist

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الإنجليزية - التركية
bükmek
bükülmek
{f} burmak
burkmak
{i} büklüm
bükme
{f} dönmek
saptırmak
kanırmak
eğriltmek
çevirme
döndürmek
burka
kanırtmak
torsiyon
kasırga
döndürme
meyil
beklenmedik değişiklik
kıvırtmak
cilve
çevirmek
eğilim
anlamını saptırmak
kıvırma

Kolumu kıvırmayı bırak! - Stop twisting my arm!

kıvırmak
dönemeç
bükülme
anlamını saptırma
tvist
şeklini değiştirmek
{i} kıvrım

Banliyölerde caddeler kıvrımlı ve dardır. - Streets are often twisted and narrow in the suburbs.

{f} bük

O gerçekten bükülmüş. - That's really twisted.

Tom Mary'nin kolunu büktü ve o hayır kurumumuza biraz para bağışlamayı kabul etti. - Tom twisted Mary's arm and she agreed to donate some money to our charity.

{i} sarma sigara
{i} tvist (dans)
{i} düğüm
{f} kıvrılmak
{i} girdap
{i} yeni çözüm
{i} ibrişim
{i} dönme
{i} burkulma
burmalı ekmek
{f} bükmek, sarmak, burmak; bükülmek, sarılmak, burulmak
{f} çarpıtmak
kıvrımlar meydana getirmek
dolambaçlı yönde çevirmek
{i} eğilim (kötü)
{f} kıvrılarak akmak
(Tekstil) büküm ( iplik bükümü ) Açıklama: Birim iplik uzunluğundaki hatve sayısına denir
{f} dolamak
{i} bükülme, sarılma, burulma
{i} viraj
{i} ip

Tom Mary'nin kolunu büktü ve o hayır kurumumuza biraz para bağışlamayı kabul etti. - Tom twisted Mary's arm and she agreed to donate some money to our charity.

O gerçekten bükülmüş. - That's really twisted.

{f} sarmak
{i} burkma
{f} ters anlam vermek, çarpıtmak
{f} kıvranmak
bozmak
burulmak
{f} burkulmak
{i} çarpıtma

Benim sözlerimi çarpıtmayın. - Don't twist my words around.

Sözlerimi çarpıtmayı bırak. - Stop twisting my words.

(Askeri) HELEZON: Bir silahta helezoni yivlerin namlu eksenine nazaran eğimi. Helezon açısı, merminin dönüş hızını tayin eden bir faktördür
hortum
helezon
sicim
twisted
bükümlü
twisted
burkulmuş

Onun yüzü acıdan burkulmuştu. - His face was twisted with pain.

twisted
{s} bükülmüş

O gerçekten bükülmüş. - That's really twisted.

twist and turn
Kıvrılıp dönmek, kıvrılmak
twist and squeeze
(Gıda) burup sıkmak
twist drill
(Mekanik,Teknik) helisel matkap
twist loose
kanırtmak
twist throttle
(Askeri) döner gaz kolu
twist around one's little finger
parmağında oynatmak
twist bit
matkap ucu
twist drill
matkap
twist off
büküp koparmak
twist sb's arm
ağzından girip burnundan çıkmak
twist sb's arm
mecbur etmek
twist the knife
yarayı deşmek
twist together
birbirine bağla
twist away
sıvışmak
twist my arm
İkna et. Razı et. "İ really don't like pie, but if you twist my arm, İ'll have a piece."
twist of
burulma
twist of fate
Kaderin cilvesi
twist off
Kapağını çevirerek açmak
twist one's ankle
Bileğini burkmak

I twisted my ankle while I was coming back from castle.

twist s.o. around one´s little finger
birini parmağında oynatmak/çevirmek
twist sb around one's little finger
birini parmağında oynatmak
twist sb's arm
kolunu bükmek
twist sb's arm
zorla/ricayla yaptırmak, ağzından girip burnundan çıkmak
twist someone's arm
Birini zorlamak/mecbur etmek
twist tie
twist kravat
twist to
bükmek için
twist-off
(deyim) Kapağı çevirilerek açılan
Twist change chart
(Tekstil) Büküm dişlisi tablosu
Twist inserter
(Tekstil) Büküm verici
twist about
kıvrılmak
twist balance index
(Tekstil) büküm denge endeksi
twist in same direction
(Tekstil) aynı yöne bükülü
twist lock
dönme kilit
twist lock housing
dönme kilit yuvası
twist lock pin
dönme kilit pimi
twist off
büküp koparmak. twist s.o. around one's birini parmağında oynatmak/çevirmek. twist s.o. around one's k.dili. birini parmağında oynatmak
twist off
çevirip açmak
twist one's wrist
bileğini burkmak
twist s.o.'s arm
{k} birini zorlamak/mecbur etmek
twist s.o.'s words
birinin sözlerini çarpıtmak
twist smb. round one's finger
parmağında oynatmak
twist smb.'s arm
kolunu bükmek
twist smb.'s arm
zorlamak
twist smb.'s tail
zararı dokunmak
twist smb.'s tail
rahatsız etmek
twist smb.'s tail
kuyruğuna basmak
twist someone's words
birinin sözlerini çarpıtmak
twist the facts
gerçekleri çarpıtmak
twist the leg
ayak burkmak
twist the lion's tail
İngilizlerin damarına basmak
twist the matter
konuyu çarpıtmak
twist the subject
konuyu çarpıtmak
twist up
büküp bırakmak
don't twist my words
(deyim) sözlerimi çarpıtma
twisted
bükülmek
twisted
çarpık
twisted
burulmak
twisted
burma
twisted
bükük
twisted
sapkın
twisted
enek
twisted
burkulmak
twisting
(Tekstil) iplik bükme
twisting
bükücü
twisting
dalkavukluk
twisting
yılankavi
angle of twist
burulma açısı
blade twist
pale burulması
twisted
şaşkın
twisted
{f} bük

Tom Mary'nin kolunu büktü ve o hayır kurumumuza biraz para bağışlamayı kabul etti. - Tom twisted Mary's arm and she agreed to donate some money to our charity.

O gerçekten bükülmüş. - That's really twisted.

twisting
torsiyon
twisting
{i} burma
twisting
{f} bur
a twist of the wrist
hüner, ustalık
blade twist
pale burulmasi
get one´s knickers in a twist
ıng., k. dili heyecanlanmak
manoeuvre, twist, meander, wind
manevra, büküm, menderes, rüzgar
sprain/twist one´s ankle
ayağını burkmak, ayak bileğini burkmak
twisting
bükerek
Z twist
(Tekstil) Z büküm
be in a twist
İng., k.dili. endişe/telaş içinde olmak
false twist
(Teknik,Tekstil) sahte büküm
false twist
(Teknik,Tekstil) yalancı büküm
filling twist
(Tekstil) atkı bükümü
round the twist
{k} (deyim) ( ozellikle be/drive/send someone ... ) deli
sprain/twist one's
ayağını burkmak, ayak bileğini burkmak
tiller with twist throttle
(Askeri) döner gaz kollu dümen yekesi
twisted
eğri büğrü
twisted
{s} şaşırmış
twisted
{s} kargacık burgacık
twisted
{s} kıvrımlı

Banliyölerde caddeler kıvrımlı ve dardır. - Streets are often twisted and narrow in the suburbs.

twisted
{s} burmalı
twisted
{s} kıvrık
twisted
{s} çarpıtılmış
twisted
bükülü
twisting
{i} burulma
twisting
(Tekstil) büküm vermek
twisting
{f} bük: prep.büke
twisting
{f} bur: prep.burarak
twisting
{i} kıvrılma
twisting
{i} kıvırma

Kolumu kıvırmayı bırak! - Stop twisting my arm!

twisting
{i} bükme
twisting
{i} döndürme
twisting
büküm
twisty
şaşırtıcı
twisty
kıvrılan
twisty
dönen
twisty
hileli
twisty
kıvrımlı
twisty
{s} bükülen
twisty
{s} yalancı
weft twist
(Tekstil) atkı bükümü
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A type of thread made from two filaments twisted together

the thrid / By griesly Lachesis was spun with paine, / That cruell Atropos eftsoones vndid, / With cursed knife cutting the twist in twaine .

To form a twist (in any of the above noun meanings)
To turn a knob etc
A type of dance characterised by rotating one’s hips
A sprain, especially to the ankle
A sudden bend (or short series of bends) in a road, path, etc
A twisting force
A distortion to the meaning of a word or passage
To join together by twining one part around another
A rotation of the body when diving
Anything twisted, or the act of twisting; the degree of stress or strain when twisted
A sliver of lemon peel added to a cocktail, etc
An unexpected turn in a story, tale, etc
To turn the ends of something, usually thread, rope etc., in opposite directions, often using force
To distort or change the truth or meaning of words when repeating
{v} to form by complication, wind, turn
{n} thread made by winding together, twitch, cord, twig
The act of twisting; a contortion; a flexure; a convolution; a bending
A beverage made of brandy and gin
the act of winding or twisting; "he put the key in the old clock and gave it a good wind"
A rotation about the longitudinal, or vertical, axis This is the axis that runs from your head to your feet When you spin in a circle while standing you are "twisting" A right twist is defined as the right shoulder going backwards, the converse for a left twist
the act of rotating rapidly; "he gave the crank a spin"; "it broke off after much twisting"
a jerky pulling movement twist suddenly so as to sprain; "wrench one's ankle"; "The wrestler twisted his shoulder"; "the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"; "I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days"
social dancing in which couples vigorously twist their hips and arms in time to the music; was popular in the 1960s; "they liked to dance the twist"
turn in the opposite direction; "twist a wire"
To form into a thread from many fine filaments; as, to twist wool or cotton
A twist in something is an unexpected and significant development. The battle of the sexes also took a new twist
This dance was written by an African American musician in Georgia in 1958 He and his band members made up some twisting movements for the musicians to do while playing the music Then in 1960, Chubby Checker made his first twist record, and made the Twist famous in Philadelphia Twist came to New York via Philadelphia and New Jersey and then spread throughout most countries
Rotation of a unit about the Z axis
A material for gun barrels, consisting of iron and steel twisted and welded together; as, Damascus twist
If you twist part of your body such as your head or your shoulders, you turn that part while keeping the rest of your body still. She twisted her head sideways and looked towards the door Susan twisted round in her seat until she could see Graham and Sabrina behind her
{i} instance of twisting; result of twisting; curve, bend, spin, turn, coil; interlacing (rope); deviation from the standard; spiral form; strong silk thread; sprain (in a muscle or joint); type of bread; abrupt change of course; odd tendency; variation
To unite by winding one thread, strand, or other flexible substance, round another; to form by convolution, or winding separate things round each other; as, to twist yarn or thread
To follow a helical or spiral course; to be in the form of a helix
To distort, as a solid body, by turning one part relatively to another about an axis passing through both; to subject to torsion; as, to twist a shaft
cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form; "bend the rod"; "twist the dough into a braid"; "the strong man could turn an iron bar"
The form given in twisting
A yarn will either have an 'S' or a 'Z' twist depending on how the yarn is spun: clockwise (S) or anticlockwise (Z)
a type of dance characterised by rotating one's hips
not to be confused with a salto, a twist occurs when the gymnast rotates around the body's longitudinal axis, defined by the spine
The winding of the yarn around itself Should be neat and well-defined A tighter twist provides enhanced durability U
To wind into; to insinuate; used reflexively; as, avarice twists itself into all human concerns
If something happens by a twist of fate, it happens by chance, and it is strange, interesting, or unfortunate in some way. By a curious twist of fate, cricket was also my favourite sport
a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair
For rolled products, a winding departure from flatness
One of the threads of a warp, usually more tightly twisted than the filling
The winding of the yarn around itself Should be neat and well-defined A tighter twist provides enhanced durability
A kind of closely twisted, strong sewing silk, used by tailors, saddlers, and the like
to move in a twisting or contorted motion, (especially when struggling); "The prisoner writhed in discomfort"; "The child tried to wriggle free from his aunt's embrace"
A rotation of the body around the spine as the longitudinal axis
twist or pull violently or suddenly, especially so as to remove (something) from that to which it is attached or from where it originates; "wrench a window off its hinges"; "wrench oneself free from somebody's grip"; "a deep sigh was wrenched from his chest"
Act of imparting a turning or twisting motion, as to a pitched ball; also, the motion thus imparted; as, the twist of a billiard ball
(1) the turns about the axis, per unit of length, of a fiber, roving yarn, cord, etc Twist is usually expressed as turns per inch; (2) the turn about the axis of a hose subjected to internal pressure
disapproval If you say that someone has twisted something that you have said, you disapprove of them because they have repeated it in a way that changes its meaning, in order to harm you or benefit themselves. It's a shame the way that the media can twist your words and misrepresent you = distort
a type of thread or cotton traditionally used for buttonholes
The number of turns about its axis per unit of length observed in a yarn or other textile strand It is usually indicated as turns per inch or tpi
A yarn term describing the number of turns per inch and direction of twist of either the singles or plies around their axes Twist direction is either right- or left-handed, also called "Z" or "S" twist The performance of a cut pile carpet is dependent on the twist in the pile yarn Spun yarns need more twist than filament yarns for good performance For moderate or heavy commercial use cut pile, it is suggested that continuous filament have a minimum of 4 50 TPI while spun yarns have a minimum ply twist of 4 75 TPI
turning or twisting around (in place); "with a quick twist of his head he surveyed the room"
Hence, to form as if by winding one part around another; to wreathe; to make up
{f} coil, curl, spin, turn; rotate opposite ends of an object in opposing directions; entwine; distort, pervert; sprain (ankle, etc.); produce a spiral shape
A term that applies to the number of turns and the direction that two yarns are turned during the manufacturing process The yarn twist brings the fibers close together and makes them compact It helps the fibers adhere to one another, increasing yarn strength The direction and amount of yarn twist helps determine appearance, performance, durability of both yarns and the subsequent fabric or textile product Single yarns may be twisted to the right (S twist) or to the left (Z twist) Generally, woolen and worsted yarns are S-twist, while cotton and flax yarns are typically Z-twist Twist is generally expressed as turns per inch (tpi), turns per meter (tpm), or turns per centimeter (tpc) Return to Index
A twist is the shape that something has when it has been twisted. bunches of violets in twists of paper
A twig
A type of decoration in the stems of 18th-century and later drinking glasses, made by twisting a glass rod embedded with threads of white or colored glass, columns of air (air twists), or a combination of all three
to form a twist (in any of the above meanings)
turning or twisting around (in place); "with a quick twist of his head he surveyed the room" social dancing in which couples vigorously twist their hips and arms in time to the music; was popular in the 1960s; "they liked to dance the twist" a jerky pulling movement twist suddenly so as to sprain; "wrench one's ankle"; "The wrestler twisted his shoulder"; "the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"; "I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days" form into twists; "Twist the bacon around the sausage" practice sophistry; change the meaning of or be vague about in order to mislead or deceive turn in the opposite direction; "twist a wire" form into a spiral shape; "The cord is all twisted" do the twist
do the twist
form into twists; "Twist the bacon around the sausage"
If you twist something, especially a part of your body, or if it twists, it moves into an unusual, uncomfortable, or bent position, for example because of being hit or pushed, or because you are upset. He twisted her arms behind her back and clipped a pair of handcuffs on her wrists Sophia's face twisted in pain The body was twisted, its legs at an awkward angle
In a wind generator blade, the difference in Pitch between the blade root and the blade tip Generally, the twist allows more Pitch at the blade root for easier Startup, and less Pitch at the tip for better high-speed performance
twist drill
A rotating cutting tool, used for cutting holes in metal, wood, or other materials, that consists of an essentially conical point, relieved and fluted to form cutting lips, and spiral flutes which direct the chips away from the lips and toward ejection from the hole. Called also a drill bit or drill
twist drills
plural form of twist drill
twist in the wind
To be unassisted and without comfort in a situation likely to result in distress or failure

There seemed to be a shared perception of Colonel North as a good and honorable serviceman who had been left to twist in the wind, the scapegoat of an operation gone awry.

twist in the wind
To wait for an uncomfortably long period of time

McGuinty just says, Don't worry, the investigation will be over soon enough, we'll do something in due course, and people are expected to twist in the wind in the meantime.

twist of fate
An unfortunate turn of events
twist someone's arm
To coerce, force, or cajole

They had to twist his arm, but they got him to join the project.

twist someone's balls
to annoy
twist a person's tail
(deyim) Annoy or provoke a person
twist off
(deyim) Consume alcoholic beverages. (The term comes from twist off beer bottles.)
twist the lion's tail
(deyim) Provoke the resentment of the British
twist around
practice sophistry; change the meaning of or be vague about in order to mislead or deceive
twist bit
a bit or drill having deep helical grooves
twist bread
loaf of bread that is braided or twisted
twist drill
A drill having deep helical grooves along the shank from the point
twist of fate
changes of destiny, events which alter the present reality in an unexpected manner
twist round one's little finger
control someone, dominate someone
twist someone round one's little finger
control someone, dominate someone
twist tie
A short length of wire encased in a strip of paper, plastic, or foil, designed to be twisted around an item or items as a fastener
Oliver Twist
Drunk, pissed
Oliver Twist
The main character in the eponymous novel by Charles Dickens
get one's knickers in a twist
To become overwrought or unnecessarily upset over a trivial matter
plot twist
A change in the direction or expected outcome of the plot of a film, novel, computer role-playing game, or other form of narration
round the twist
Mad
round the twist
Eccentric
twisted
Mentally disturbed or unsound
twisted
Simple past tense and past participle of twist
twisted
wound spirally
twisty
Something that is [[#Adjective|twisty]], such as a road
twisty
A strand of hair twisted together in a braid-like fashion
twisty
curly
Oliver Twist
a novel by Charles Dickens about a poor boy called Oliver Twist. The most famous scene in the book takes place in the workhouse when Oliver holds out his bowl and asks for more food, but is punished instead. He runs away to London and then lives with Fagin, the leader of a group of young thieves who include the Artful Dodger (1837-38). the main character in the book Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
Twisting
cordeling
Twisty
snaky
plot twist
{i} change in the anticipated outcome or the direction of the plot of a a movie or book, twist in the direction of a computer or video game
the twist
{i} rock and roll dance popular in the 1960s that involves a twisting movement of the body
twisted
having an intended meaning altered or misrepresented; "many of the facts seemed twisted out of any semblance to reality"; "a perverted translation of the poem"
twisted
past of twist
twisted
disapproval If you describe a person as twisted, you dislike them because you think they are strange in an unpleasant way. a twisted man who shot at the president
twisted
strained or wrenched out of normal shape; "old trees with contorted branches"; "scorched and distorted fragments of steel"; "trapped under twisted steel girders"
twisted
{s} bent, crooked, coiled, turned; having undergone a twisting process; having undergone rotation of opposite ends in opposing directions; entwined; distorted, perverted; sprained (ankle, etc.); having been made spiral in shape
twisted
contorted
twisted
Contorted; crooked spirally; subjected to torsion; hence, perverted
twisted
wound or wrapped around something; "hair twined around her fingers"; "bulky with twisted stitches around the edges"
twisting
Practice of inducing a policyowner in one company to lapse, forfeit or surrender a life insurance policy for the purpose of taking out a policy in another company Generally classified as a misdemeanor, subject to fine, revocation of license and sometimes imprisonment
twisting
a process of combining two or more parallel yarns into a ply yarn or cord for greater strength and smoothness, carried out by a twister
twisting
The practice of inducing a policy owner in one company to lapse, forfeit, or surrender a policy for the purpose of taking out a policy in another company It is a crime in all states and is typically classified as a misdemeanor
twisting
An illegal insurance sales practice, in which a sales agent misrepresents the features of a contract in order to induce the contract owner to replace his current contract, often to the disadvantage of the contract owner See also misrepresentation
twisting
the act of rotating rapidly; "he gave the crank a spin"; "it broke off after much twisting"
twisting
A form of misrepresentation in which an agent induces a policyowner to cancel an insurance policy and use the cash value of that policy to buy a new policy In the process, the agent does not inform the policyowner of the differences between the two policies nor the financial consequences of the replacement Twisting involves a misleading or incomplete comparison of the policies to the disadvantage of the policyowner Twisting is a prohibited insurance sales practice
twisting
Convincing a customer that trades are necessary in order to generate a commission This is an unethical practice
twisting
Bad posture of the horse The haunches are deviating from the axis of direction and escape control of the rider ("twisted" horse)
twisting
The practice of inducing by misrepresentation, or inaccurate or in-complete comparison, a policyholder in one company to lapse, forfeit or surrender his insurance for the purpose of taking out a policy in another company
twisting
In life insurance, inducing an insured through misrepresentation to drop an existing policy in order to take a similar policy from the selling agent Twisting is cause for license revocation in most states and is an offense that is against the law in many states (See also: replacement )
twisting
an unfair trade practice, in insurance, whereby an agent or broker attempts to persuade a life insurance policyholder through misrepresentation to cancel an existing policy and buy a new one
twisting
Practice of inducing a policy owner in one company to lapse, forfeit or surrender a life insurance policy for the purpose of taking out a policy in another company Generally classified as a misdemeanor, subject to fine, revocation of license and sometimes imprisonment
twisting
marked by repeated turns and bends; "a tortuous road up the mountain"; "winding roads are full of surprises"; "had to steer the car down a twisty track"
twisting
The act of, or attempt thereat, which induces a policy owner, by means of misrepresentation, to drop an existing policy and take another Note that it is the misrepresentation that is illegal, not the replacement of one policy by another (LE)
twisting
Illegal activity in which an agent convinces a prospect to cancel existing insurance and buy another policy from the agent, to the detriment of the prospect
twisting
present participle of twist
twisting
Twisted or plyed yarns are composed by two or more yarns twisted together Many different effects can be achieved through twisting The degree of twisting put on the yarns when woven can result in soft and fluent fabrics, or in fabrics with increased body and structure
twisting
The curling around the lengthwise axis of a length of tape that has been unwound from the roll and allowed to hang freely
twisting
Illegal practice of inducing a policyowner to drop an existing policy in one company and take out a new policy in another through misrepresentation or incomplete information
twisting
Excessive trading in a client's account by a broker seeking to maximize commissions regardless of the client's best interests, in violation of NASD rules, also called churning or overtrading
twisting
The practice of convincing a policyholder to lapse or cancel a policy specifically for the purpose of replacing the coverage previously in effect
twisting
having a twisting or snake-like or worm-like motion; "squirming boys"; "wiggly worms"; "writhing snakes"
twisting
the act of distorting something so it seems to mean something it was not intended to mean
twisting
{i} winding, spinning; spinning of twine; rotating; revolving; distortion; overtrading, churning (Finance); use of deception to encourage clients to change life insurance companies
twisting
The practice of inducing by misrepresentation, or inaccurate or incomplete comparison, a policyholder in one company to lapse, forfeit or surrender his/her insurance for the purpose of taking out a policy in another company
twisting
from Twist
twists
third-person singular of twist
twists
plural of , twist
twisty
A coffee showing differing negative characteristics in a single cup or from cup to cup A coffee with unreliable characteristics
twisty
marked by repeated turns and bends; "a tortuous road up the mountain"; "winding roads are full of surprises"; "had to steer the car down a twisty track"
twisty
that twists
twisty
A twisty road, track, or river has a lot of sharp bends and corners
water tu twist
Yarn made by the throstle, or water frame
twist
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