widowed

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الإنجليزية - التركية
dul kalan
dul kalmak
dul

Tom iki defa dul oldu. - Tom was widowed twice.

Binlerce kadın, savaş tarafından dul bırakıldı. - Thousands of women were widowed by the war.

{s} tenha
dul kalmış
{s} ıssız
widow
dul kadın

Tom John'un dul kadını ile evlendi. - Tom married John's widow.

Dul kadın siyah giyinmişti. - The widow was dressed in black.

widow
dul

Dul kadın siyah giyinmişti. - The widow was dressed in black.

Dul bir kadın ve bir kız evlat bırakıyor. - He leaves a widow and a daughter.

widow
dul bırakmak
widow
dulun
to be widowed
dul kalmak
widow
Sayfanın tepesinde tek başına kalan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
whose spouse has died; who has become a widow or widower

I can't remember if I cried when I read about his widowed bride (from the song American Pie by Don McLean (1959)).

Simple past tense and past participle of widow
single because of death of the spouse
{s} made a widow by the death of a husband
If someone is widowed, their husband or wife dies. More and more young men are widowed by cancer Imogen stayed with her widowed sister. be widowed if someone is widowed, their husband or wife dies
past of widow
widow
widow
A woman whose husband is often away pursuing a sport, etc

I had been feeling like a bowling-alley widow, but knew he loved the game, so I suggested we join a mixed league.

widow
To make a widow (or widower) of someone; to cause the death of one's spouse
widow
A single line of type that ends a paragraph, carried over to the next page or column
widow
type of venomous spider, of the genus Latrodectus
widow
A woman whose husband has died (and has not re-married); feminine of widower
widow
a woman whose husband is dead especially one who has not remarried
widow
A single word or two left at the end of a paragraph, or a part of a sentence ending a paragraph, which loops over to the next page and stands alone Also, the last sentence of a paragraph which contains only one or two short words
widow
{v} to deprive of any thing, strip, endow
widow
{n} a woman whose husband is dead
widow
A widow is a woman whose husband has died and who has not married again
becoming widowed
having one's spouse die, losing one's wife or husband
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A woman who has not remarried following the death of her husband
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{f} cause to become a widow or a widower because of the death of a spouse; take away something valuable
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cause to be without a spouse; "The war widowed many women in the former Yugoslavia"
widow
To make a widow (or widower) of someone; to cause the death of ones spouse
widow
The last line of a paragraph appearing by itself at the top of a page See also orphan
widow
A woman who was married but whose husband has died
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In various games, any extra hand or part of a hand, as one dealt to the table
widow
A short line of type, left at the top of a column The worst: single words Computerized typesetting makes them far more common than a fussy page makeup person would have tolerated Some people use this term to refer to any short line at the end of a paragraph and trim stories deftly by eliminating just enough words to eliminate the widows
widow
in typesetting, a single word in a line by itself, ending a paragraph; considered poor style
widow
A woman whose husband has died (and has not re-married)
widow
Êin typesetting, a single word in a line by itself, ending a paragraph; considered poor style
widow
The last line of a paragraph occurring at the top of a page
widow
In composition, a single word in a line by itself, ending a paragraph; frowned upon in good typography
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{i} woman whose husband has died
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To deprive of one who is loved; to strip of anything beloved or highly esteemed; to make desolate or bare; to bereave
widow
A word or very short line at the end of a block of text
widow
A single word, portion of a word, or a few short words left on a line by themselves at the end of a paragraph or column of type Usually considered undesirable on the printed page, a widow can usually be eliminated through editing or rewording See orphan
widow
relict
widow
a woman whose husband is dead especially one who has not remarried cause to be without a spouse; "The war widowed many women in the former Yugoslavia
widow
(informal, in combination) A woman whose husband is often away pursuing a sport etc
widow
(printing) a single line of type, that ends a paragraph, carried over to the next page or column
widow
A woman who has lost her husband by death, and has not married again; one living bereaved of a husband
widow
To become, or survive as, the widow of
widow
A single word or partial line
widow
The end of a paragraph or beginning of a column of text that is undesirably short: a single short word or the end of a hyphenated word
widow
In composition, a single line from the end of a paragraph that appears at the top of a page by itself; frowned upon in good typography
widow
a widow is a woman whose husband has died
widow
A word or portion of a word that is left alone on a line at the end of a paragraph Space adjustments should be made to text blocks to remove widows and orphans
widow
a line of less than full measure at the top of a column or page; a line with five characters or less on it A widow is acceptable when used as a run-in line above an equation in math books
widow
A word or portion of a word that is left alone on a line at the end of a paragraph Space adjustments should be made to the text blocks to remove widows
widow
A short single line at the top of a page or column, usually the last line of a paragraph; to be avoided in good typesetting Also, a single word or syllable standing alone as the last line of a paragraph to top
widow
a lonely word making up the last line of a paragraph, to be avoided when it would fall at the top of a second or subsequent leg or column of type
widow
A word or incomplete line that appears alone at the top of a column of text Editors generally seek to cut text so the widows move back and appear with the rest of the paragraph See Orphan
widow
The last line of a paragraph that, due to pagination, appears at the top of a page all by itself
widow
To reduce to the condition of a widow; to bereave of a husband; rarely used except in the past participle
widow
To endow with a widow's right
widow
A single word left by itself at the top of a page or at the end of a paragraph
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A word at the end of a paragraph that is alone on a new line or at the top of a page, which can usually be corrected by editing or manipulation of word spacing
widow
Single sentence that appears at the top of a page, separated from the rest of its paragraph on the previous page
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