wolf

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(isim) Kurt

Rüyada bir kurtla karşılaştım. - I met a wolf in a dream.

Çocuk bir kurtun geleceğini söyledi. - The boy said a wolf would come.

kadın avcısı
kurt gibi yemek
börü
abur cubur yemek
zampara
(isim) (bir işin) kurdu
(isim) Kurt, (zool.) Canis lupus
(isim) Yırtıcı ve vahşi adam
(isim-biyoloji) Kurt, kurtçuk
(isim-müzik) Sazlarda kusurlu titreşimden meydana gelen akortsuzluk
(isim-argo) Zampara
{i} akortsuzluk
{f} yalayıp yutmak

Yemeğini öyle yalayıp yutmak kabalıktır. - It's rude to wolf down your food like that.

kurt gibi ye

Yemeğini aç kurt gibi yeme. Daha yavaş yemelisin. - Don't wolf down your food. You should eat more slowly.

{f} aç kurt gibi yemek
bir hamlede yiyip yutmak
kurtçuk
{f} down aç kurt gibi (yemek) yemek, hapır hupur yemek, atıştırmak
{i} çapkın
yırtıcı ve vahşi adam
sazlarda kusurlu titreşimden meydana gelen akortsuzluk
{i} (çoğ. wolves) kurt
dili kurt gibi yemek
Canis lupus
(Astronomi) kurt (takımyıldızı)
wolf pack
kurt sürüsü
wolf down
mideye indirmek
wolf hybrid
Direkt olarak bir kurtla kan bağı olan yarı kurt-yarı köpek melezi, kurt-köpek melezi
wolf hybrid
kurt melez
wolf-dog hybrid
Direkt olarak bir kurtla kan bağı olan yarı kurt-yarı köpek melezi, kurt-köpek melezi
wolf call
ıslık (kadına)
wolf cub
{i} kurt yavrusu
wolf cub
{i} yavru kurt
wolf down
{f} yalayıp yutmak

Yemeğini öyle yalayıp yutmak kabalıktır. - It's rude to wolf down your food like that.

wolf down
{f} aç kurt gibi yemek
wolf in sheep's clothing
kuzu postunda kurt
wolf pack
topluca saldıran uçaklar
wolf pack
topluca saldıran denizaltılar
cry wolf
yalandan imdat diye bağırmak
cry wolf
yalandan imdat istemek
european wolf spider
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tarantula
grey wolf
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gri kurt
wolfing
kurt gibi saldırarak yeme
brush wolf
fırça kurdu
cry wolf
kurt masalı okumak
gray wolf
gri kurt
keep the wolf from the door
kıt kanaat geçinmek
prairie wolf
çayır kurdu
sea wolf
deniz kurdu
tasmanian wolf
tazmanya kurdu
timber wolf
ağaç kurdu
white wolf
beyaz kurt
a wolf in sheep's clothing
koyun postuna bürünmüş kurt
dire wolf
korkunç kurt
grey wolf
Bozkurt
have wolf by the ears
kulakları tarafından kurt var
keep the wolf from the door
kit kanaat geçinmek
maned wolf
Yeleli kurt. Güney Amerika'ya özgü, kurttan çok tilkiye benzeyen ve omuz yüksekliği 1 metreyi bulan memeli hayvan
painted wolf
boyalı kurt
prairie wolf
cayır kurdu
she wolf
dışı kurt
third person singular of wolf
üçüncü kişi kurt tekil
wolves
kurtlar
bitch wolf
dişi kurt
brindled gray wolf
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) benekli gri kurt
hungry as a wolf
kurt gibi aç
like a wolf
kurt gibi

Kapana kıstırılmış bir kurt gibi yaşıyorum. - I have been living like a wolf trapped in a snare.

lone wolf
yalnızlığı seven kimse
prairie wolf
kır kurdu
wolfish
vahşi
wolfish
kurt gibi
wolfish
dili aç kurt gibi
wolfish
{s} açgözlü
wolfishly
yırtıcı bir şekilde
wolves
i., çoğ., bak. wolf
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A man who makes amorous advances on many women
To devour; to gobble; to eat (something) voraciously
A large wild canid (member of the dog family), closely related to, and at times consanguineous to the domestic dog, which is considered a subspecies of the wolf
A wolf interval. An unpleasant musical discord produced on a string or keyboard instrument
{n} a rapacious animal of the canine kind, an ulcer
Slang. A man given to paying unwanted sexual attention to women
Either of two carnivorous mammals of the family Canidae, especially the gray wolf of northern regions, that typically live and hunt in hierarchical packs and prey on livestock and game animals. - The fur of such an animal. - Any of various similar or related mammals, such as the hyena
To eat greedily or voraciously
Music. A harshness in some tones of a bowed stringed instrument produced by defective vibration. Dissonance in perfect fifths on a keyboard instrument tuned to a system of unequal temperament
One that is regarded as predatory, rapacious, and fierce
The destructive larva of any of various moths, beetles, or flies
occidentalis, and the prairie wolf, or coyote
a cruelly rapacious person
The best-known and most destructive species are the European wolf (Canis lupus), the American gray, or timber, wolf (C
A willying machine
Austrian composer (1860-1903)
One of the destructive, and usually hairy, larvæ of several species of beetles and grain moths; as, the bee wolf
Lupus
Draug
any of various predatory carnivorous canine mammals of North America and Eurasia that usually hunt in packs a man who is aggressive in making amorous advances to women German classical scholar who claimed that the Iliad and Odyssey were composed by several authors (1759-1824) Austrian composer (1860-1903) eat hastily; "The teenager wolfed down the pizza
If someone cries wolf, they say that there is a problem when there is not, with the result that people do not believe them when there really is a problem. Austrian composer known for his musical settings of the poetry of Goethe and Italian and Spanish writers and for the opera Der Corregidor (1895). wolf down to eat something very quickly, swallowing it in big pieces = gobble. Any of three extant species of canine. The gray, or timber, wolf (Canis lupus) is the ancestor of all domestic dogs. It once had the largest distribution of any mammal except human beings, but it is now found primarily in Canada, Alaska, the Balkans, and Russia. Wolves are intelligent and social. Their primary prey are deer, moose, and caribou, though they feed on many smaller animals as well. Because wolves have killed livestock, they have been persecuted by farmers and ranchers. A male gray wolf may be 7 ft (2 m) long and weigh up to 175 lb (80 kg); it is the largest living wild canid. Gray wolves live in hierarchical packs whose territories cover at least 38 sq mi (100 sq km) and hunt mostly at night. The much smaller red wolf (C. rufus), once widespread in the south-central U.S., has been bred in captivity and reintroduced. The Abyssinian wolf (C. simensis) of Ethiopia was formerly considered a jackal. See also dire wolf. dire wolf Sacks Oliver Wolf Tasmanian wolf wolf spider Wolf Christa Wolf Hugo Filipp Jakob
A rapidly expanding growth, probably a malignant tumour
Wolves often hunt in packs, and may thus attack large animals and even man
German classical scholar who claimed that the Iliad and Odyssey were composed by several authors (1759-1824)
any of various predatory carnivorous canine mammals of North America and Eurasia that usually hunt in packs
The Cub Scout rank for boys who have completed first grade or who are eight years old
Cf
If someone wolfs their food, they eat it all very quickly and greedily. I was back in the changing-room wolfing tea and sandwiches. Wolf down means the same as wolf. He wolfed down the rest of the biscuit and cheese She bought a hot dog from a stand on a street corner and wolfed it down
Fig
eat hastily; "The teenager wolfed down the pizza"
Any one of several species of wild and savage carnivores belonging to the genus Canis and closely allied to the common dog
wild animal, like large grey dog
An eating ulcer or sore
a man who is aggressive in making amorous advances to women
In bowed instruments, a harshness due to defective vibration in certain notes of the scale
The harsh, howling sound of some of the chords on an organ or piano tuned by unequal temperament
Duke of Gascony One of Charlemagne's knights, and the most treacherous of all, except Ganelon He sold his guest and his family He wore browned steel armour, damasked with silver; but his favourite weapon was the gallows He was never in a rage, but cruel in cold blood “It was Wolf, Duke of Gascony, who was the originator of the plan of tying wetted ropes round the temples of his prisoners, to make their eye-balls start from their sockets It was he who had them sewed up in freshly-stripped bulls' hides and exposed to the sun till the hides in shrinking broke their bones ”- Croquemitaine, iii Wolf Men Giraldus Cambrensis tells us (Opera, vol v p 119) that Irishmen can be “changed into wolves ” Nennius asserts that the “descendants of wolves are still in Ossory,” and “they retransform themselves into wolves when they bite ” (Wonders of Eri, xiv ) These Ossory men-wolves are of the race of Laighne Fxlaidh
The constellation Lupus
A wolf is a wild animal that looks like a large dog
A white worm, or maggot, which infests granaries
{f} eat ravenously; hunt wolves
Heb zeeb, frequently referred to in Scripture as an emblem of treachery and cruelty Jacob's prophecy, "Benjamin shall ravin as a wolf" (Gen 49: 27), represents the warlike character of that tribe (see Judg 19-21) Isaiah represents the peace of Messiah's kingdom by the words, "The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb" (Isa 11: 6) The habits of the wolf are described in Jer 5: 6; Hab 1: 8; Zeph 3: 3; Ezek 22: 27; Matt 7: 15; 10: 16; Acts 20: 29 Wolves are still sometimes found in Palestine, and are the dread of shepherds, as of old
{i} wild dog; brutal person; womanizer; discordant sound (Music)
One of the wild emblems of the North Country Relatively common but rarely seen More often heard howling in the night From the Old English wulf, a word with ancient origins in the Indo-European Canis lupus in the Latin; maingan in the Ojibwe
Averages 100 lbs , varying colors
Any very ravenous, rapacious, or destructive person or thing; especially, want; starvation; as, they toiled hard to keep the wolf from the door
dutch
Afrikaans
german
Wolf Cub
A Cub Scout
Wolf-Rayet star
Any of a class of young, very hot stars that have a very strong stellar wind and consequent broad, strong emission lines
wolf cubs
plural form of wolf cub
wolf dog
a dog trained to hunt wolves
wolf dog
a hybrid between a wolf and a dog
wolf down
To consume (food) quickly and without regard for table manners

He wolfed down a ham sandwich.

wolf in sheep's clothing
Something harmful or problematic disguised as something peaceful or pleasant
wolf spider
Any of several spiders, of the family Lycosidae, that are known for stalking their prey on the ground and not building webs
wolf spiders
plural form of wolf spider
wolf whistle
A whistle, of two notes, to signify sexual interest in someone
wolf whistle
To whistle in appreciation or sexual interest
wolf-whistle
Alternative spelling of wolf whistle
wolf hybrid
A wolf-dog hybrid (also called a wolf hybrid or wolfdog) is a canid hybrid resulting from the mating of a wolf (Canis lupus) and a dog (Canis lupus familiaris). The term "wolfdog" is preferred by most wolfdog proponents and breeders since the domestic dog was recently taxonomically recategorized as a subspecies of wolf, making these animals not completely cross-species hybrids. Professional organizations such as the American Veterinary Medical Association and government agencies such as the United States Department of Agriculture refer to the animals as wolf-dog hybrids. Rescue organizations consider any animal with wolf heritage within the last five generations to be a wolfdog, including established wolfdog breeds
wolf-dog hybrid
A wolf-dog hybrid (also called a wolf hybrid or wolfdog) is a canid hybrid resulting from the mating of a wolf (Canis lupus) and a dog (Canis lupus familiaris). The term "wolfdog" is preferred by most wolfdog proponents and breeders since the domestic dog was recently taxonomically recategorized as a subspecies of wolf, making these animals not completely cross-species hybrids. Professional organizations such as the American Veterinary Medical Association and government agencies such as the United States Department of Agriculture refer to the animals as wolf-dog hybrids. Rescue organizations consider any animal with wolf heritage within the last five generations to be a wolfdog, including established wolfdog breeds
wolf boy
a male person assumed to have been raised by wolves
wolf cub
wolf pup: a young wolf
wolf cub
{i} pup of a wolf, young wolf; member of the junior division of the Boy Scouts (British)
wolf dog
breed of large dogs that were made from mixing a dog with a wolf
wolf down
{f} eat ravenously, eat quickly, gulp down, eat rapidly
wolf down
eat hastily; "The teenager wolfed down the pizza"
wolf down
see wolf 2
wolf eel
A Pacific wolf fish (Anarrhichthys ocellatus) having a long body and a pointed tail
wolf fish
large ferocious northern deep-sea food fishes with strong teeth and no pelvic fins
wolf in sheep's clothing
{i} hypocrite, someone who pretends to be something that they are not
wolf pack
A group of submarines that attack a single vessel or a convoy
wolf pack
a group of wolves hunting together a group of submarines operating together in attacking enemy convoys
wolf pup
a young wolf
wolf spider
ground spider that hunts its prey instead of using a web
wolf spider
Any of various spiders of the family Lycosidae that stalk prey on the ground and do not spin webs, especially a common small species (Lycosa tarentula) of southern Europe found on beaches and in woods. Name that originally referred to a species of southern European spider (Lycosa tarentula) but now refers to more than 175 spider species (family Lycosidae) found in North America, Europe, and north of the Arctic Circle. The body of L. tarentula, the largest species, is about 1 in. (2.5 cm) long. Most species have a long, broad, hairy brown body; stout, long legs; and strong, prominent jaws. Wolf spiders chase and pounce upon their prey, hunting mostly at night. Most species build a silk-lined, tubular nest in the ground, which they dig with their heavy front legs. A few species spin webs. The bite of L. tarentula produces no ill effects in humans
wolf whistle
A typically two-note whistle made as an often unsolicited expression of sexual attention.wolf whistle v. a way of whistling that men sometimes use to show that they think a woman is attractive
wolf whistle
distinctive whistle made as an unsolicited expression of sexual interest in somebody
wolf-whistle
whistle or howl approvingly at a female, of males
wolf-whistle
If someone wolf-whistles, they make a whistling sound with a short rising note and a longer falling note. Some men wolf-whistle at a woman to show that they think she is attractive, and some women find this offensive. They wolf-whistled at me, and I was so embarrassed I tripped up. Wolf whistle is also a noun. Her dancing brought loud cheers, wolf whistles and applause
Arctic wolf spider
The spider Pardosa glacialis
Big Bad Wolf
Any fictional evil wolf that appears in fairy tales or fables, is typically sentient, able to speak, malicious, anthropophagous and serves as the antagonist in a plot that teaches precaution
Ethiopian wolf
An African wolf, Canis simensis
Greenland wolf spiders
plural form of Greenland wolf spider
Mexican wolf
A rare subspecies of grey wolf
Red Wolf
Common name for Canis rufus
brush wolf
a small wolf found in western North America
cried wolf
Simple past tense and past participle of cry wolf
cries wolf
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cry wolf
cry wolf
To raise a false alarm; to constantly warn others about an imagined threat, thereby failing to get assistance when a real threat appears

The politicians would cry wolf at the slightest provocation so when the real threat appeared no one believed them.

crying wolf
Present participle of cry wolf
dire wolf
an extinct canine (Canis dirus) from the Pleistocene era
gray wolf
Alternative spelling of grey wolf
grey wolf
A large grey wolf, Canis lupus, once found throughout forested areas of northern Europe, Asia and America; it shares a common ancestry with the domestic dog
grey-wolf
Attributive form of grey wolf, noun

It had a grey-wolf look.

have the wolf by the ear
To be in a sticky situation – a dangerous situation from which one cannot disengage, but in which one cannot safely remain
keep the wolf from the door
To delay sexual ejaculation
keep the wolf from the door
To ward off poverty or hunger

They didn't earn much, but it was enough to keep the wolf from the door.

lone wolf
A wolf that is not part of a pack
lone wolf
A person who avoids the company of others; a loner
maned wolf
the largest canid of South America, Chrysocyon brachyurus
rabid wolf spider
A type of wolf spider, Rabidosa rabida
sell wolf tickets
to make empty threats or promises; to bluff
she-wolf
A female wolf
timber wolf
the gray wolf, Canis lupus
wolfish
Pertaining to wolves
wolfish
Fierce; savage; menacing
wolfs
Common misspelling of wolves
wolfs
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wolf
wolfish
{a} like a wolf, ravenous
Painted Wolf
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The African Wild Dog, Lycaon pictus, also known as the African Hunting Dog, Cape Hunting Dog, Painted Dog, or Painted Wolf, is a carnivorous mammal of the Canidae family. The Afrikaans name for the African Wild dog is Wildehond, and in Swahili, Mbwa mwitu. It is the only species in the monotypic genus, Lycaon. They are, as their name indicates, found only in Africa, especially in scrub savanna and other lightly wooded areas
maned wolf
The Maned Wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus) is the largest canid of South America, resembling a large fox with reddish fur
Christa Wolf
orig. Christa Ihlenfeld born March 18, 1929, Landsberg an der Warthe, Ger. German novelist, essayist, and screenwriter. She was reared in a middle-class, pro-Nazi family; after Germany's defeat in 1945, she moved with her family to East Germany. Her work reflects her experiences during World War II and her postwar life in a communist state. Her novels include Divided Heaven (1963), which brought her political favour; The Quest for Christa T. (1968), severely attacked in East Germany; A Model Childhood (1976); Cassandra (1983), her most widely read book, linking nuclear and patriarchal power; and What Remains (1990), on government surveillance and her own links to the East German secret police
Hold a wolf by its ears
get right to the issue, get straight to the main point
Hugo Filipp Jakob Wolf
born March 13, 1860, Windischgraz, Austria died Feb. 22, 1903, Vienna Austrian composer. He entered the Vienna Conservatory at age 15, but, as a rabid Wagnerian, he lost patience with his teachers' conservatism and soon left. By age 18 he probably had contracted the syphilis that would make him mentally unstable and eventually kill him. His volatile personality made it difficult for him to keep private students. As a critic (1884-87), he attracted attention for his vituperative comments. His productivity came in bursts; in 1888-89 he produced the remarkable songs of the Mörike Lieder, the Eichendorff Lieder, the Goethe Lieder, and much of the Spanish Songbook more than half his total output. After beginning the Italian Songbook in 1891, he wrote nothing for three years, then quickly composed the opera Der Corregidor (1896) and finished the Italian Songbook (1896). In 1897 he suffered a complete breakdown, and he thereafter lived largely in an asylum
Hugo Wolf
born March 13, 1860, Windischgraz, Austria died Feb. 22, 1903, Vienna Austrian composer. He entered the Vienna Conservatory at age 15, but, as a rabid Wagnerian, he lost patience with his teachers' conservatism and soon left. By age 18 he probably had contracted the syphilis that would make him mentally unstable and eventually kill him. His volatile personality made it difficult for him to keep private students. As a critic (1884-87), he attracted attention for his vituperative comments. His productivity came in bursts; in 1888-89 he produced the remarkable songs of the Mörike Lieder, the Eichendorff Lieder, the Goethe Lieder, and much of the Spanish Songbook more than half his total output. After beginning the Italian Songbook in 1891, he wrote nothing for three years, then quickly composed the opera Der Corregidor (1896) and finished the Italian Songbook (1896). In 1897 he suffered a complete breakdown, and he thereafter lived largely in an asylum
Oliver Wolf Sacks
born July 9, 1933, London, Eng. British-U.S. neurologist and writer. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1960 to study neurology at the University of California, and in 1965 he joined the faculty at New York's Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Many of his books relate case histories of neurologically damaged people. His empathy with those afflicted with strange conditions, including Tourette syndrome, amnesia, and autism, has been the hallmark of his writings. His book Awakenings (1973), about the long-term effects of sleeping sickness, was filmed in 1990; other books include The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (1986) and An Anthropologist on Mars (1995)
Tasmanian wolf
A large wolflike carnivorous marsupial (Thylacinus cynocephalus) of Tasmania, having a pointed head and dark transverse stripes across its back. It is believed to be extinct. Also called Tasmanian tiger, thylacine. or Tasmanian tiger or thylacine Extinct, slender, fox-faced marsupial (Thylacinus cynocephalus,family Thylacinidae), 40-50 in. (100-130 cm) long. It was yellowish brown, with dark bars on the back and rump. It hunted at night for wallabies and birds. The female carried her young in a shallow pouch. Once found on the Australian mainland and New Guinea, it was confined to Tasmania in historical times, when competition with the dingo led to its disappearance from the mainland. Europeans in Tasmania hunted it to protect their sheep; the last known individual died in captivity in 1936
Wolfish
wolvish
and the wolf shall dwell with the lamb
there will be peace even between the fiercest of enemies (Biblical prophecy)
as hungry as a wolf
very hungry, ravenous, desiring to eat
between the shepherd and the wolf the lamb is lost
the innocent always get the worst of an argument, the innocent always suffer in a war (Biblical)
cries wolf
calls for help when one doesn't need it, make false appeals for help
cry wolf
call for help when one doesn't need it, declare a false emergency
crying wolf
calling for help when one doesn't need it, declaring a false emergency
dire wolf
A large wolflike mammal (Canis dirus) that inhabited North America during the Pleistocene Epoch. Extinct wolf (Canis dirus) that existed during the Pleistocene Epoch (1.8 million-10,000 years ago), probably the most common mammalian species found preserved in the La Brea Tar Pits. It differed from the modern wolf in being larger and having a more massive skull, a smaller brain (and probably less intelligence), and relatively light limbs. The species was considerably widespread; skeletal remains have been found in Florida and the Mississippi valley in the U.S., as well as in the Valley of Mexico
european wolf spider
large southern European spider once thought to be the cause of tarantism (uncontrollable bodily movement)
gray wolf
brindled gray wolf of forested northern regions of North America
gray wolf
A large, tawny gray wolf (Canis lupus) that formerly occupied diverse habitats throughout northern North America and Eurasia but now lives in fewer, more limited areas because of human encroachment. Also called timber wolf
keep the wolf from the door
prevent hunger and poverty
like a wolf
voraciously, ravenously, viciously
lone wolf
individualist possessing opinions that are not accepted by the majority
lone wolf
One who prefers to go without the company or assistance of others. Also called lone hand
red wolf
A small reddish wolf (Canis rufus) of the southeast United States, having gray or black highlights and existing almost exclusively in captivity
red wolf
reddish-gray wolf of southwestern North America
sea wolf
The wolf fish
sea wolf
The European sea perch
sea wolf
A sea lion
sea wolf
predatory black-and-white toothed whale with large dorsal fin; common in cold seas
sea wolf
The sea elephant
see a wolf
lose one's voice
timber wolf
brindled gray wolf of forested northern regions of North America
white wolf
wolf of arctic North America having white fur and a black-tipped tail
wolfed
past of wolf
wolfing
present participle of wolf
wolfish
resembling or characteristic (or considered characteristic) of a wolf; "ran in wolflike packs"; "wolfish rapacity"
wolfish
Akin to the characteristics or habits of a wolf
wolfish
Like a wolf; having the qualities or form of a wolf; as, a wolfish visage; wolfish designs
wolfish
{s} wolf-like; cruel; savage, ferocious
wolfish
devouring or craving food in great quantities; "edacious vultures"; "a rapacious appetite"; "ravenous as wolves"; "voracious sharks"
wolfishly
like a wolf; wildly
wolfishly
in the manner of a wolf
wolfs
third person singular of wolf
wolves
of Wolf
wolves
pl
wolves
Wolves is the plural of wolf. the plural of wolf
wolves
plural of wolf
wolf
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