bat

listen to the pronunciation of bat
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} beysbol sopası
{i} yarasa

Bir yarasa gökyüzünde bir kelebek gibi uçuyor. - A bat flying in the sky looks like a butterfly.

Yarasasız çan kulesi olamaz. - How can you have a belfry without bats?

sopa ile vurmak
vuruş

Şu anda, o, en iyi vuruşçumuz. - Currently, he's our best batter.

İyi bir vuruşcu olmak için, gevşek tutmalısın ve içgüdünü izlemelisin. - To be a good batter, you've got to hang loose and follow your instincts.

değnek
darbe
kalın sağlam sopa
pinpon raketi
kriket/beysbol sopası
{f} sopayla vur
vurma

Tom sopa vurmaya hazır. - Tom is the on-deck batter.

sopa il

Sami tahta bir sopa ile Leyla'yı dövdü. - Sami beat Layla with a wooden bat.

{f} kırpmak
kriket vb oyunlarda topa vurmak için kullanllan sopa
müdafaa etmek
darbe/vuruşçu/sopa/yarasa
beysbol
(göz) kırpmak
{i} alem
i., spor (beysbol, kriket v.b.'nde) sopa. f
go to bat for yardımına koşmak
göz kırp/sopayla
{i} radarla atılan bomba
spor sopayla topa vurmak
spor

Bazı sporcular bir egzersiz veya yarıştan sonra bir buz banyosu almanın vücutlarının daha çabuk iyileşmesine izin verdiğine inanmaktadırlar. - Some athletes believe that taking an ice bath after a workout or a race allows their body to recover more quickly.

Birçok en iyi sporcular egzersizlerden sonra buz banyosu yaparlar. - Many top athletes take ice baths after workouts.

{i} hız

Savaş hızla şiddetli ve kanlı oldu. - The battle quickly became fierce and bloody.

{i} raket

Oyuncu raketi topa salladı. - The player swung the bat at a ball.

pingpong ve tenis raketi
{i} sopa

O, bir beyzbol sopası ile ona saldırdı. - She attacked him with a baseball bat.

Tom sopa vurmaya hazır. - Tom is the on-deck batter.

{i} bilardo sopası

O, bilardo sopası ile topa vurdu. - He hit the ball with the bat.

{f} vurmak (topa)
go on a bat bütün gece kafayı çekmek
{f} vuruş yapmak
vurmak topa
gece kuşu
gezmek
bat an eyelash
Göz kırpmak
bat bug
bat hata
bat shit
bat bok
bat-and-ball
baseball veya cricket turu sopa ve top ile oynanan oyunlar
bat-like
yarasa gibi
bat an eyelid
gözünü kırpmak
bat around
tartışmak
bat around
dolaşmak
bat around
gezinmek
bat dropping
yarasa dışkısı
bat for
yardımına koşmak
bat guano
yarasa guanosu
right of the bat
anında
bats
çılgın
fruit bat
uçarköpek
fruit bat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) uçan köpek
go to bat for
(Dilbilim) yardımına koşmak
bats
deli
bats
kaçık
bats
üşütük
batting
{i} vurma
batting
sopayla vurma
batting
{f} vur

Onun yüksek bir topa vuruş averajı vardır. - He has a high batting average.

horseshoe bat
nal tokmağı
little brown bat
küçük kahverengi yarasa
not bat an eyelid
kılını kıpırdatmamak
off one's own bat
kendi başına
right off the bat
apar topar
vespertilian bat
yarasa
baseball bat
beysbol sopası
be as blind as a bat
(deyim) Gözleri hiç iyi görmemek
brick bat
tuğla parçası
fruit bat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Meyve yarasası
goes to bat
kriket oyununda takımın wicket'i koruması
of so.'s own bat
o kadar. 'kendi bat s
old bat
(Argo) Kaçık kocakarı
on a bat
kafayı
red bat
kırmızı yarasa
vampire bat
vampir yarasa
at rare bat
çok hızlı
at rare bat
fişek gibi
bats
göz kırp/sopayla vur
bats
darbe/sopa/yarasa
batting
{i} tabaka halinde pamuk
batting
sopa ile vurma
batting
vuruş

Onun yüksek bir topa vuruş averajı vardır. - He has a high batting average.

batting
yorganlık pamuk
batting
bazı top oyunlannda vuru
batting
tabaka halinde pamuk spor
be at the bat
sırası gelmek
be at the bat
oyun sırası gelmek
blind as a bat
tamamen kör
blind as a bat
{k} kör gibi
blind as a bat
kör

O, gözlükleri olmadan bir yarasa kadar kördür. - Without his glasses, he is as blind as a bat.

Eğer onu göremediysen bir yarasa gibi kör olmalısın. - You must be blind as a bat if you couldn't see it.

carry the bat
oyun dışı kalmamak (kriket)
go on a bat
(deyim) bütün gece içmek
go on a bat
kafayı çekmek
go on a bat
(deyim) feneri söndürmek
go to bat for someone
(deyim) birinin elinden tutmak
go to bat for someone
yardım elini uzatmak
go to bat for someone
(deyim) birine arka çıkmak
horseshoe bat
şeytan kuşu
house bat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) geniş kanatlı yara
like a bat out of hell
tazı gibi hızlı
like a bat out off hell
(Konuşma Dili) son hızla
off one's own bat
{k} (deyim) kimsenin yardimi olmadan,kendi gayretiyle,tek basina;kendiliginden
right of the bat
hemen
right of the bat
derhal
sea bat
(Askeri) SEA BAT: Aktif veya pasif sonar, ses güdümlü torpidolar ve gece uçuş kabiliyeti kazandıran aletlerle teçhiz edilmiş denizaltı savunma harbi helikopteri. SH-34 G olarak tanınır
vampire bat
(fiil)mpir yarasa
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Hukuk) Kesin, kati, son
Bir tür takoz
Kaz
Kurşun boruların ağzınıaçmakta kullanılan, şimşirden yapılmış, ucu sivri bir çeşit takoz
Bulgur, soğan, domates, kırmızı biber gibi malzemeyle hazırlanan bir yiyecek
Tahta çit
ördek
Tahta avlu,çit
Bulgur, biber, soğan, domates, maydanozla yapılan ve asma yaprağına sarılıp çiğ olarak yenen bir yiyecek
Kurşun boruların ağzını açmakta kullanılan, şimşirden yapılmış, ucu sivri bir çeşit takoz
Kurşun boruların ağzını açmakta kullanılan ucu sivri takoz
Bir takoz türü
Uzun bollu sürahi
Beyzbol, kriket vb.oyunlarda topu geri göndermeye yarayan araç
BEY'İ BAT
(Hukuk) Kesin satış
İngilizce - İngilizce
best available technology; a principle applying to regulations on limiting pollutant discharges
to hit with a bat
to flutter: bat one's eyelashes
A club made of wood or aluminium used for striking the ball in sports such as baseball, softball and cricket
A turn at hitting the ball with a bat in a game
to strike or swipe as though with a bat

The cat batted at the toy.

A low whore: so called from moving out like a bat in the dusk of the evening
to take a turn at hitting a ball with a bat in sports like cricket, baseball and softball, as opposed to fielding
An old woman
: The piece of wood on which the spinner places the coins and then uses for throwing them. (Reference: Sidney J. Baker, The Australian Language, second edition, 1966, chapter XI section 3, page 242.)
Any of the small, nocturnal, flying mammals of the order Chiroptera, which navigate by means of echolocation. They look like a mouse with membranous wings extending from the forelimbs to the hind limbs or tail. Altogether, there are about 1,000 bat species in the world
packsaddle
{n} a stick used at cricket, an animal
extension for a batch file (Computers)
a creature of the night, which uses sound rather than light to find their way, their basic message is when you cannot 'see', 'listen' for direction
If someone does something off their own bat, they do it without anyone else suggesting it. Whatever she did she did off her own bat. Whatever she did was nothing to do with me
Brilliant Anti-armor Technology BAT is an artillery-delivered anti-armor submunition that uses acoustic and infrared sensors to detect targets
Extension which indicates the file is a batch file
The common bats are small and insectivorous
nocturnal mouselike mammal with forelimbs modified to form membranous wings and anatomical adaptations for echolocation by which they navigate a club used for hitting a ball in various games wink briefly; "bat one's eyelids"
See Cheiroptera and Vampire
Beam Auto Tracker A feedback mechanism used to compensate electronically for outboard antenna misalignment
wink briefly; "bat one's eyelids"
a bat used in playing cricket
A part of a brick with one whole end
A common name for the racket
A stroke of work
One of the Cheiroptera, an order of flying mammals, in which the wings are formed by a membrane stretched between the elongated fingers, legs, and tail
Manner; rate; condition; state of health
The piece of wood on which the spinner places the coins and then uses for throwing them
A bat is a small flying animal that looks like a mouse with wings made of skin. Bats are active at night. see also old bat
have a turn at bat; "Jones bats first, followed by Martinez
Filename extension for a batch file
bulk administration tool A web-based application for Cisco CallManager that enables bulk system modifications, including adding and deleting phones, modifying phones, and adding users and mailboxes
beat thoroughly in a competition or fight; "We licked the other team on Sunday!"
If something happens right off the bat, it happens immediately. He learned right off the bat that you can't count on anything in this business. Bachelor of Arts in Teaching. To behave in an eccentric, bizarre manner. To show no emotion; appear unaffected: The reporter didn't bat an eyelash while reading the gruesome news. A binge; a spree. battalion. Any member of about 900 species (order Chiroptera) of the only mammals to have evolved true flight. Their wings are evolutionary modification of the forelimbs, with greatly elongated fingers joined by a membrane that extends down the side of the body. Most bats use echolocation to orient themselves and find prey. Found worldwide, they are particularly abundant in the tropics. Wingspreads vary among species from 6 in. (15 cm) to 5 ft (1.5 m). Nearly all species roost during the day (in caves, crevices, burrows, building, or trees) and feed at night. Most are insectivores, consuming enough insects to affect the balance of insect populations. Others feed on fruit, pollen, nectar, or blood (vampire bats). Some may live more than 20 years. The guano of bats has long been used for agricultural fertilizer. See also free-tailed bat, fruit bat. bat eared fox free tailed bat fruit bat Masterson Bat Preah Bat Samdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk vampire bat
To wink
When you bat, you have a turn at hitting the ball with a bat in baseball, softball, cricket, or rounders. Australia, put in to bat, made a cautious start. + batting bat·ting his batting average He's likely to open the batting
Bandwidth Allocation Technology
{i} wooden club used in baseball and cricket; racquet; heavy stick; (Zoology) flying nocturnal mammal that resembles a mouse in which the wings are formed by a membrane extending between the fingers and limbs; (British) paddle
A file with this extension is most likely a batch file for either CP/M or MS-DOS and is not likely to work on a different platform than the one for which it was originally written It should be simple ASCII however, so it might be possible to figure out what it is supposed to do and write a new script to do the same
Instrument used by the hitter while batting In the ABL bats made of aluminium or wood The bat must be no longer than 42 inches and no wider then 2 3/4 inches Players are allowed to cover the first 8 inches of the bat’s handle so they can grip it better
To strike or hit with a bat or a pole; to cudgel; to beat
Same as Tical, n
A flat disk that sits on the wheel Used for heavy pieces that would be difficult to separate from the wheel
Goddess with the form of a cow, from the Middle Kingdom on merged with Hathor
strike with, or as if with a baseball bat; "bat the ball"
It is an Artificial Aid that a Rider may use to backup the Natural Aids of Seat and legs Its purpose is to encourage reluctant or lazy horses to move forward
(baseball) a turn batting; "he was at bat when it happened"; "he got 4 hits in 4 at-bats" nocturnal mouselike mammal with forelimbs modified to form membranous wings and anatomical adaptations for echolocation by which they navigate a club used for hitting a ball in various games wink briefly; "bat one's eyelids" beat thoroughly in a competition or fight; "We licked the other team on Sunday!" strike with, or as if with a baseball bat; "bat the ball" use a bat; "Who's batting?" have a turn at bat; "Jones bats first, followed by Martinez
A bat is a specially shaped piece of wood that is used for hitting the ball in baseball, softball, cricket, rounders, or table tennis. a baseball bat
Best Available Technology
Best Available Techniques BAT Standards are used to judge the performance of industrial processes and to provide a target for improvement plans They are gathered in a BAT Reference Document (BREF)
A stroke; a sharp blow
To use a bat, as in a game of baseball
{f} hit; strike; blink, wink
a small racket with a long handle used for playing squash
Best Available Techniques BP/RAC: Blue Plan Regional Activity Centre BUR: Bureau
nocturnal mouselike mammal with forelimbs modified to form membranous wings and anatomical adaptations for echolocation by which they navigate
A fluffy layer which is composed of interlaced and matted strands of fibrous material used for filling or insulating articles such as mattresses or comforters
have a turn at bat; "Jones bats first, followed by Martinez"
Batch bestand ( bat) - List of commands, necessary to run a program or application, for example the autoexec bat In this file the computer find the configuration for the soundcard, drivers for the cd-rom and more
(baseball) a turn batting; "he was at bat when it happened"; "he got 4 hits in 4 at-bats"
Any of the small, nocturnal, flying mammals of the order Chiroptera, which navigate by means of echolocation. They look like a mouse with membranous wings extending from the forelimbs to the hind limbs or tail. Altogether, there are about 1.000 bat species in the world
In badminton, tennis, and similar games, a racket
When something surprising or shocking happens, if someone doesn't bat an eyelid in British English, or doesn't bat an eye in American English, they remain calm and do not show any reaction
Baths Advanced Trainer, a small kayak with round ends and designed for use in swimming pools Used as the mount for Canoe [sic] Polo
Shale or bituminous shale
Rate of motion; speed
The cylindrical equipment piece players use when hitting All Major League Baseball bats are wooden; most are 34-40 inches long and weigh 31-40 ounces On non-major league levels, most hitters use aluminum bats, which provide more power than wooden bats
the only mammal that can fly, known for its use of echolocation to move and hunt in the dark
bat a thousand
To reach first base on every at-bat
bat a thousand
To achieve success at each attempt

He's batting a thousand so far with the new boss.

bat a thousand
To achieve perfection

No one can bat a thousand for the whole season.

bat an eyelash
To react in any slight way; to respond

When cellular phones first came out they were something of a novelty. These days, nobody bats an eyelash.

bat an eyelid
To react in any slight way; to respond

Dublin's not a bad place to be gay. Most people wouldn't bat an eyelid at public displays of affection between same-sex couples.

bat around
To discuss

I think we've batted this idea around enough to take a decision.

bat around
To have at least nine batters bat in a half inning

Seven runs are in; they've batted around.

bat away
To avoid by diverting the focus of a discussion

For his part, Hank Paulson, the US Treasury Secretary - asked about the impact of US energy policies on food prices on Friday - tried to bat away the question.

bat away
To knock an object, usually a ball

The ball can still be batted away with one or both hands. It can be batted from a player's hands or batted away during a shot.

bat for both sides
to be a batter for both teams in an amateur baseball game
bat for both sides
To be bisexual
bat for the other team
To be homosexual
bat in
To bat so that a runner on base effects (a run)

In 1927, when Ruth hit sixty home runs, Gehrig had a better batting average and batted in more runs.

bat out
to expel, using bats, paddles or similar things
bat out
to continue batting (normally to prevent what would otherwise result in losing a match)
bat out
to churn out, produce hurriedly
bat out
to flatten somehting (e.g. with a rolling pin)
bat phone
A telephone that has a direct connection to an important caller, or is only used for important calls
bat speed
The speed of the bat during a swing

Good hip speed leads to good bat speed.

bat-fowler
A person who catches birds by the method of bat-fowling (see that article)
bat-fowling
The catching of small birds at night by lighting a fire near their roost, then scaring them awake whereupon they fly towards the flames and can be caught in nets on poles. , Cyclopaedia: or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (folio, 2 vols.), Ephraim Chambers. London 1728, p. 90
bat-pad
A fielding position very close to the batsman, square on the leg side, designed to catch the ball from a misplaced defensive shot
bat-pad
a fielder in this position
bat-phone
Alternative spelling of bat phone
bat-shit
Alternative spelling of batshit
bat mitzvah
(Judaism) an initiation ceremony marking the 12th birthday of a Jewish girl and signifying the beginning of religious responsibility confirm in the bat mitzvah ceremony, of girls in the Jewish faith
bat around
Bat around/about: Travel widely, frequently, or casually
BAT extension
extension for a batch file
Bat Masterson
orig. Bartholomew Masterson born Nov. 27, 1853, Henryville, Canada East died October 25, 1921, New York, N.Y., U.S. Canadian-born U.S. lawman and gambler. He grew up on successive family farms in New York, Illinois, and Kansas. In Dodge City, Kan., he worked as a buffalo hunter and Indian scout (1873-75), as sheriff of Ford county (1877-79), and as deputy U.S. marshal (1879). In Tombstone, Ariz. (1880-81), he worked briefly with Wyatt Earp at the Oriental Saloon. He lived a gambler's life in Denver (1887-1902) and then moved to New York City, where he was a deputy U.S. marshal (1905-07) and later a prominent sports editor for the Morning Telegraph
Bat Mitzvah
Jewish coming of age ceremony for girls
Bat-Dor
Israeli dance company
Bat-Dor dance company
Israeli dance company
Bat-Sheva dance company
Israeli dance company
Bat-Yam
city near Tel Aviv
bat boy
(baseball) a boy who takes care of bats and other baseball equipment
bat boy
(Baseball) young person or boy who takes care of bats and baseball equipment
bat mitzvah
(Judaism) an initiation ceremony marking the 12th birthday of a Jewish girl and signifying the beginning of religious responsibility
bat mitzvah
This is a similar (but not the same) rite for Jewish girls when they reach the age of 12 years
bat mitzvah
Daughter of the commandments When a girl becomes a full member of the community at age 12
bat mitzvah
confirm in the bat mitzvah ceremony, of girls in the Jewish faith
bat mitzvah
(baht MITZ-vah) A girl of 13 who has reached the age of religious majority; also the ceremony marking that event Hebrew for "daughter of the commandment "
bat one's eyes
flutter one's eyelashes; wink at; flirt with, woo
bat out
do a quick careless job; get done with (something); botch up, mess up
bat printing
A mode of printing on glazed ware
bat-eared fox
Species (Otocyon megalotis) of large-eared fox found in open, arid areas of eastern and southern Africa. It has 48 teeth (six more than any other canine) and, except for its unusually large ears, looks like the red fox. It grows to a length of about 32 in. (80 cm), including a 12-in. (30-cm) tail, and weighs 7-10 lbs (3-4.5 kg). It lives alone or in small groups and feeds primarily on insects, especially termites
at bat
A player in the batter's box
at bat
A final resolution to a batter's turn at the plate which does not result in a walk, a hit by pitch, a sacrifice hit or sacrifice fly, or catcher interference
at-bat
official at-bats. Batting opportunities minus walks, hit by pitches, and sacrifices

He only had 220 at-bats this season because of injury.

at-bat
An opportunity to hit

This is his third at-bat of the night.

baseball bat
A device, typically wood, metal, or plastic, which is swung to try to make contact with baseballs

Beat on the brat/beat on the brat with a baseball bat/oh yeah... -The Ramones.

bats
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bat
bats
plural form of bat
blind as a bat
Nearly totally blind, having a very poor sense of vision
carry the bat
To bat throughout the whole of an innings, being one of the openers and remaining not out when 10 wickets have fallen
cricket bat
a bat, traditionally made from willow, used to play cricket
cross bat
The bat, when swung in a horizontal arc
cross bat
Of a shot played with a cross bat
dead bat
To play the ball with a dead bat
dead bat
The bat when held with a light grip such that it gives when the ball strikes it, and the ball loses momentum and falls to the ground
did not bat
The state of a player who did not bat in an innings played by his side
fruit bat
any of several tropical fruit-eating bats of the family Pteropodidae
fungo bat
A specially designed, large diameter bat used to hit fly balls for fielding practice

The fielding coach used his fungo bat to help Jones work on his first step.

leaf-nosed bat
A bat of the family Phyllostomidae, having a pointed projection on the snout
like a bat out of hell
With crazy or excessive intensity or speed

He came tearing around the corner like a bat out of hell and nearly ran us over.

night-bat
A large nocturnal moth
night-bat
A ghost, an evil spirit
night-bat
A (night-flying) bat

there were found divers populous nations, in farre differing climates, that lived upon them; made provision of them, and carefully fed them; as also of grasse-hoppers, pissemires, lizards, and night-bats.

nod's as good as a wink to a blind bat
The idea/proposed action is inconsequential to the current situation
off one's own bat
At one's own instigation

My boss didn't tell me to reorganize the filing system, I did it off my own bat.

off the bat
From the start; immediately; right away

Right off the bat, I can see that you need to save your work more often.

official at-bat
A completed batting opportunity that did not result in a base on balls, hit-by-pitch, sacrifice fly or sacrifice bunt, or interference or obstruction. (MLB Rules, 10.02(a)(1))

A player's batting average is his hits divided by his official at-bats.

straight bat
the bat when held vertically, or when swung through a vertical arc
up to bat
: preparing to have or having one's turn to attempt to hit the ball
up to bat
: in the state of being called upon to perform a task, particularly one for which the performer will be required to demonstrate skill to succeed
vampire bat
A small flying mammal (bat) of South America which uses its teeth to nick larger animals while they are asleep, allowing it to surreptitiously lap a blood meal
have a bat
(Ev ile ilgili) Engage in the act of masturbation
a bat
{n} rearmouse
a bat
{n} raremouse
mouse tailed bat
An insectivorous bat with a long mouse-like tail, native to Africa and Asia and often found in man-made structures
old bat
(Argo) An insulting word for an old woman who you think is slightly crazy
A bat
rattlemouse
AUTOEXEC BAT
file which is automatically activated at the startup of a computer
baseball bat
an implement used in baseball by the batter
baseball bat
long club wooden or metal club used to hit a ball in the game of baseball (Sports)
bats
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
bats
Crazy; insane
bats
third-person singular of bat
bats
Biological Agent Treatment Set
bats
plural of bat
bats
Stands for Bay Area Title Services It's a messenger service used by all title companies, real estate agents, and lenders in the Bay Area
bats
Best Available Techniques BAT Standards are used to judge the performance of industrial processes and to provide a target for improvement plans
bats
{s} crazy, nuts (Slang)
bats
Mad, insane
batted
past of bat
batting
the act of someone who bats
batting
[n] a type of filler used between the quilt top and the quilt back It may be cotton, wool, or polyester
batting
special cotton for surgery
batting
present participle of bat
batting
CH: Contact Hitting This rating indicates how often the player makes contact, putting the ball into play \
batting
as, cotton batting
batting
cotton, wool, silk or synthetic material used to stuff the inside of a mattress, quilt etc
batting
The layers or sheets of filler placed between two pieces of fabric to form a quilt Its thickness varies, and it provides warmth
batting
soft bulky mat of fibers, usually sold in sheets or rolls, used for warm interlinings and stuffing
batting
The act of one who bats; the management of a bat in playing games of ball
batting
The "stuffing" material used for quilting projects There are various kinds of batting available of both synthetic and natural fibres
batting
Cotton in sheets, prepared for use in making quilts, etc
batting
this is the layer between the quilt top and the back which provides the loft and also the warmth in a quilt It can be made out of 100% polyester, 100% cotton or a combination of both There are also wool and silk batts These are much more expensive
batting
The batting is the product used between the quilt top and the back of the quilt It is these three layers that make up the quilt Batting comes in many forms Original Quilts will use Warm & Natural, or Warm & White batting in most cases unless otherwise noted
batting
stuffing made of rolls or sheets of cotton wool or synthetic fiber
batting
The layer that provides the "filling" between the quilt top and backing, providing loft and warmth Batting can be cotton, polyester, blends, wool, or silk
batting
The center layer of the quilt Currently quilters' use cotton or polyester batting which is available in different flat to fluffy lofts Traditionally wool and flannel were also used
batting
Cotton, wool, or synthetic fiber used for stuffing furniture and mattresses and for lining quilts
batting
(baseball) the batter's attempt to get on base
batting
(baseball) the batter's attempt to get on base stuffing made of rolls or sheets of cotton wool or synthetic fiber
batting
The middle layer of a quilt, which provides loft and warmth
batting
{i} act of hitting a ball with a bat
batting
the layer of stuffing in the middle of the quilt, giving it warmth and thickness Can be cotton, polyester, or wool Known as "wadding" in Great Britain
batting
Produced by a garnett machine which combs cotton and other fiber binders into a continuous web or layer Several such layers combined are called cotton “batt” For compressed cotton felt, thick layers of garnetted cotton fiber are mechanically compressed to reduce body impressions
big brown bat
rather large North American brown bat; widely distributed
big-eared bat
large carnivorous Old World bat with very large ears
blind as a bat
extremely short-sighted
brown bat
any of numerous medium to small insectivorous bats found worldwide in caves and trees and buildings
carnivorous bat
typically having large ears and feeding primarily on insects; worldwide in distribution
cricket bat
a bat used in playing cricket
cricket-bat willow
Eurasian willow tree having grayish leaves and ascending branches
did not bat an eyelid
was not shocked in the least, did not think twice
ding-bat
{i} person that someone dislikes or insults
fire bat
bat used to beat out flames when fighting a fire
free-tailed bat
Any of about 90 species of bats (family Molossidae), found worldwide in warm regions, that are named for the way part of the tail extends beyond the membrane attached between the hind legs. Also known as mastiff or bulldog bats because of their facial resemblance to those dogs, free-tailed bats are swift fliers with a stout body and long, slender wings. They are about 1.6-5 in. (4-13 cm) long, excluding the 0.6-3-in. (1.5-8-cm) tail, and typically have small eyes, a heavy snout, large ears, and dark fur. They eat insects and roost in tree hollows, caves, and buildings. Most species live in groups; some, including the Mexican free-tailed bat, form colonies of several million. In the past, guano from such colonies was mined for fertilizer and for sodium nitrate (used to make gunpowder)
frosted bat
common Eurasian bat with white-tipped hairs in its coat
fruit bat
Any of various fruit-eating bats of the suborder Megachiroptera, inhabiting chiefly tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, Asia, and Australia. a large bat (=small animal like a flying mouse) that lives in hot countries and eats fruit. Any of numerous tropical Old World bats in the family Pteropodidae as well as several species of herbivorous New World bats. Old World fruit bats are widely distributed from Africa to South Asia and Australasia. Most species rely on vision rather than on echolocation to avoid obstacles. Some species are solitary, some gregarious; most roost in the open in trees, though some inhabit caves, rocks, or buildings. Some are red or yellow, and some are striped or spotted. They eat fruit or flowers (including pollen and nectar). The smallest species in the family, the long-tongued fruit bats, reach a head and body length of about 2.5 in. (6-7 cm) and a wingspan of about 10 in. (25 cm). The same family contains the largest of all bats, the flying foxes, which attain lengths up to 16 in. (40 cm) and a wingspan of 5 ft (1.5 m). New World fruit bats are generally smaller and make use of echolocation. They are found in the tropics, with many species belonging to the genera Artibeus and Sturnira
fruit bat
large Old World bat of warm and tropical regions that feeds on fruit
fruit bat
{i} (Zoology) large bat that feeds on fruit (found in Asia, Europe and Africa)
guano bat
the common freetail bat of southern United States having short velvety fur; migrates southward for winter
hairy-legged vampire bat
similar in size and habits to Desmodus rotundus; of tropical America including southern California and Texas
hognose bat
small-eared Mexican bat with a long slender nose
horseshoe bat
any of numerous bats of northwest Africa or Philippines or Australia having a horseshoe-shaped leaf on the nose
horseshoe bat
bat having a horseshoe-shaped leaf on the nose
horseshoe bat
bat having a horseshoe-shaped leaf on the nose any of numerous bats of northwest Africa or Philippines or Australia having a horseshoe-shaped leaf on the nose
jackass bat
large spotted bat of southwestern United States having enormous ears
leafnose bat
bat having a leaflike flap at the end of the nose; especially of the families Phyllostomatidae and Rhinolophidae and Hipposideridae
little brown bat
the small common North American bat; widely distributed
long-eared bat
any of various Old or New World bats having very long ears
make a score off one's own bat
attain results without help from others
mastiff bat
Any of various snub-nosed bats of the family Molossidae, found in warm regions of most parts of the world and having narrow wings and brown, gray, or black fur
mastiff bat
a soft-furred chocolate-brown bat with folded ears and small wings; often runs along the ground
mouse-eared bat
a carnivorous bat with ears like a mouse
not bat an eye
not wink an eye, not blink the eyes; not show any reaction or emotion, not respond
old bat
disapproval If someone refers to an old person, especially an old woman, as an old bat, they think that person is silly, annoying, or unpleasant
orange bat
a common bat of northwestern Australia having orange or yellow fur
Türkçe - İngilizce
tool for spreading the end of a lead pipe
{f} sinking

Rats desert a sinking ship. - Fareler batan gemiyi terkederler.

It's just like rats leaving a sinking ship. - Tıpkı batan bir gemiyi terkeden fareler gibi.

sank

It is clear that the ship sank. - Bu geminin batmış olduğu açıktır.

A cargo vessel, bound for Athens, sank in the Mediterranean without a trace. - Atina'ya giden bir yük gemisi, bir iz bırakmadan Akdeniz'de battı.

go down

I'm a jinx. If I sold candles, the sun wouldn't go down. - Ben bir uğursuz kimseyim. Eğer mumları satarsam güneş batmaz.

The sun is starting to go down. - Güneş batmaya başlıyor.

sunk

How many sailors were aboard the ship that sunk? - Batan gemide kaç tane denizci vardı?

Tom certainly sunk a lot of money into his business. - Tom kesinlikle işinde çok para batırdı.

went down

The ship went down to the bottom of the sea. - Gemi denizin dibine battı.

The sun just went down. - Güneş biraz önce battı.

gone down
{f} sunken

A great treasure was discovered in a sunken ship. - Batık bir gemide büyük bir hazine keşfedildi.

{f} sink

Rats leave a sinking ship. - Fareler batan gemiyi terkederler.

We saw the sun sink below the horizon. - Biz ufkun altında güneşin batışını gördük.

bat

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    bät

    Eş anlamlılar

    kip, stick, kylie, lannet, bang, belt, blow, bop, crack, knock, rap, slam, smack, sock, strike

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbat/ /ˈbæt/

    Etimoloji

    [ bat ] (noun.) before 12th century. Dialectal variant (akin to Swedish dialect natt-batta) of Middle English bakke, balke, from Scandinavian (compare Old Swedish natbakka, Old Danish nathbakkæ 'night-flapper', Old Norse leðrblaka 'leather-flapper').

    Zamanlar

    bats, batting, batted

    Videolar

    ... I wanted to ask you off the bat, how important is your channel and social media in general ...

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