barker

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bağıran kimse
kabuk soyan
çığırtkan
havlayan
dükkân veya eğlence yeri önünde bağıran adam
bağıran insan veya köpek
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) kabuk soyucu
thread barker
(Mekanik) dişli perdahlama makinesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A person employed to solicit customers by calling out to passersby, e.g. at a carnival

Bob had amassed a considerable stockpile of double entendres from his days working as a barker for a strip joint.

Someone or something who barks

My neighbor's dog is a constant barker that keeps me awake at night.

A machine used to remove the bark from wood

Run these logs through the barker so we can use them as fence posts.

A person that removes the bark from wood, or prepares it for use in tanning

The profession of barker has been made largely obsolete by the introduction of more effective tanning agents, but it lives on as a surname.

{n} one that barks or coughs, a snarler
An English surname
The spotted redshank
{i} machine that removes bark from trees; animal which barks; person who attracts clients by speaking loudly
One who strips trees of their bark
someone who stands in front of a show (as at a carnival) and gives a loud colorful sales talk to potential customers
informal terms for dogs
in the past, someone who stood outside a place where there was a circus or fair shouting to people to come in
A pistol
One who stands at the doors of shops to urg&?; passers by to make purchases
An animal that barks; hence, any one who clamors unreasonably
Bishop Barker
A very tall glass of beer

1898: For a Bishop Barker he would compose a quatrain on any subject – a person preferred – suggested by the man who tipped him the drink — short story Dictionary Ned by Price Warung in his collection Half-Crown Bob and Tales of the Riverine, 1898 (quoted by Wannan).

Harley Granville-Barker
born Nov. 25, 1877, London, Eng. died Aug. 31, 1946, Paris, France British producer, playwright, and critic. An actor from age 15, he directed his own first play, The Marrying of Ann Leete, in 1901. As comanager of the Court Theatre (1904-07) he produced many of George Bernard Shaw's early plays as well as plays by Henrik Ibsen, Maurice Maeterlinck, and John Galsworthy, and also produced his own The Voysey Inheritance (1905) and Waste (1907). He influenced 20th-century theatre with his naturalistic stagings of Shakespeare's plays, which emphasized continuous action on an open stage and rapid, lightly stressed speech. He moved to Paris after World War I and there wrote Prefaces to Shakespeare (1927-46), a series of books of criticism
Ralph Barker Gustafson
born Aug. 16, 1909, Lime Ridge, near Sherbrooke, Que., Can. died May 29, 1995, North Hatley Canadian poet. Gustafson attended the University of Oxford; he settled in New York after World War II but later returned to Canada. His work shows a development from traditional form and manner to an elliptical style reflecting the influence of Anglo-Saxon verse and the metrical experiments of Gerard Manley Hopkins. His later works, usually considered his better writings, include Rivers Among Rocks (1960), Conflicts of Spring (1981), and Shadows in the Grass (1991). He also published collections of short stories
barkers
plural of barker
granville-barker
English actor and dramatist and critic and director noted for his productions of Shakespearean plays (1877-1946)
barker

    Heceleme

    bark·er

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bärkır

    Eş anlamlılar

    spruik, tout

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbärkər/ /ˈbɑːrkɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bär-k&r ] (noun.) 14th century. From bark (“(dog noise)”) +‎ -er.

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