wolfish

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} vahşi
dili aç kurt gibi
{s} açgözlü
{s} kurt gibi
Wolf
(isim) Kurt

Kurt, kurt diye çocuk bağırdı! ve köylüler ona yardım etmek için dışarı çıktılar. - The boy cried Wolf, wolf! and the villagers came out to help him.

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

wolfish appetite
doymak bilmez iştah
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aç kurt gibi yemek
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(Astronomi) kurt (takımyıldızı)
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kurt gibi yemek
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kadın avcısı
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zampara
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börü
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abur cubur yemek
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(isim) (bir işin) kurdu
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(isim) Kurt, (zool.) Canis lupus
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(isim-müzik) Sazlarda kusurlu titreşimden meydana gelen akortsuzluk
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(isim-argo) Zampara
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(isim) Yırtıcı ve vahşi adam
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(isim-biyoloji) Kurt, kurtçuk
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{i} (çoğ. wolves) kurt
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çapkın
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yalayıp yutmak

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

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Canis lupus
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dili kurt gibi yemek
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akortsuzluk
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yırtıcı ve vahşi adam
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sazlarda kusurlu titreşimden meydana gelen akortsuzluk
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kurt gibi ye

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

wolf
bir hamlede yiyip yutmak
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kurtçuk
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{f} down aç kurt gibi (yemek) yemek, hapır hupur yemek, atıştırmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Akin to the characteristics or habits of a wolf

a wolfish appetite.

Fierce; savage; menacing
Pertaining to wolves
{a} like a wolf, ravenous
Like a wolf; having the qualities or form of a wolf; as, a wolfish visage; wolfish designs
{s} wolf-like; cruel; savage, ferocious
devouring or craving food in great quantities; "edacious vultures"; "a rapacious appetite"; "ravenous as wolves"; "voracious sharks"
resembling or characteristic (or considered characteristic) of a wolf; "ran in wolflike packs"; "wolfish rapacity"
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A wolf interval. An unpleasant musical discord produced on a string or keyboard instrument
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A man who makes amorous advances on many women
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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
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{n} a rapacious animal of the canine kind, an ulcer
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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
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To eat greedily or voraciously
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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
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One that is regarded as predatory, rapacious, and fierce
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Slang. A man given to paying unwanted sexual attention to women
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The destructive larva of any of various moths, beetles, or flies
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A rapidly expanding growth, probably a malignant tumour
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Wolves often hunt in packs, and may thus attack large animals and even man
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German classical scholar who claimed that the Iliad and Odyssey were composed by several authors (1759-1824)
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any of various predatory carnivorous canine mammals of North America and Eurasia that usually hunt in packs
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The Cub Scout rank for boys who have completed first grade or who are eight years old
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In bowed instruments, a harshness due to defective vibration in certain notes of the scale
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A wolf is a wild animal that looks like a large dog
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A white worm, or maggot, which infests granaries
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a cruelly rapacious person
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Any very ravenous, rapacious, or destructive person or thing; especially, want; starvation; as, they toiled hard to keep the wolf from the door
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eat hastily; "The teenager wolfed down the pizza"
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A willying machine
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One of the destructive, and usually hairy, larvæ of several species of beetles and grain moths; as, the bee wolf
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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
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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
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Averages 100 lbs , varying colors
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The constellation Lupus
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wild animal, like large grey dog
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a man who is aggressive in making amorous advances to women
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An eating ulcer or sore
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{f} eat ravenously; hunt wolves
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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
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{i} wild dog; brutal person; womanizer; discordant sound (Music)
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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
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Any one of several species of wild and savage carnivores belonging to the genus Canis and closely allied to the common dog
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Lupus
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To devour; to gobble; to eat (something) voraciously
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The harsh, howling sound of some of the chords on an organ or piano tuned by unequal temperament
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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
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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
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The best-known and most destructive species are the European wolf (Canis lupus), the American gray, or timber, wolf (C
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Austrian composer (1860-1903)
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occidentalis, and the prairie wolf, or coyote
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