up and down

listen to the pronunciation of up and down
الإنجليزية - التركية
aşağı yukarı

Onlar tuşları aşağı yukarı hareket ettirdiler. - They moved up and down the keys.

O, tepelerde aşağı yukarı yürürken nefes nefese idi. - She was out of breath from walking up and down hills.

tepeden tırnağa
bir yukarı bir aşağı
bir ileri bir geri
yukarı aşağı

Çocuklar kanapenin üstünde yukarı aşağı sıçramaya başladı. - The children started bouncing up and down on the couch.

O, başını yukarı aşağı salladı. - He shook his head up and down.

yükselip alçalan
inişli çıkışlı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
alternately upward and downward; "he eyed him up and down"
higher and lower; ascending and descending; back and forth
holed in two shots from off the green (most commonly thought of as a chip, pitch or sand shot followed by one putt, as in "up" onto the green and "down" into the hole) Example: His approach shot missed the mark, but he got up and down to save par
Vertical (said of the anchor rode)
moving backward and forward along a given course; "he walked up and down the locker room"; "all up and down the Eastern seaboard"
to put in the hole in two shots from off the green Example: a chip, pitch or sand shot followed by one putt, as in "up" onto the green and "down" into the hole
alternately upward and downward; "he eyed him up and down
Means missing the green in regulation but still achieving par Usually by playing one chip or bunker shot followed by just one putt
Holing out from off the green in two strokes: an approach shot and a single putt It is more common for players to go "up, across, beyond, next to, around and down" or "up, way over, under, into, through, along, onto, beside and down "
vertical
up and down

    الواصلة

    up and Down

    التركية النطق

    ʌp ınd daun

    النطق

    /ˈəp ənd ˈdoun/ /ˈʌp ənd ˈdaʊn/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ '&p ] (adverb.) before 12th century. partly from Middle English up upward, from Old English up; partly from Middle English uppe on high, from Old English; both akin to Old High German uf up and probably to Latin sub under, Greek hypo under, hyper over; more at OVER.

    فيديوهات

    ... he walks up and down while he's giving the talk. Then he stops and he says, "Oh yeah, ...
    ... my legs." Then he does this cool thing. He runs up and down the stage, jumping up and ...

    كلمة اليوم

    gerent
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