brook

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dere

O, çocukları derede oynarken izledi. - She watched the children playing in the brook.

Benim köyümde, bir dere üzerinde küçük, dar bir yaya köprüsü vardır. - In my village, there is a small, narrow footbridge over a brook.

{f} dayanmak
{i} ırmak
su
(Coğrafya) akarca
çay
tahammül etmek
çekmek
izin vermek
kabul etmek
dayan/kabul et
{f} kaldırmak
{f} katlanmak
brooklimebakabunga
ırmak küçük nehir
Veronica beccabunga brookweedsu sıçan kuyruğuSamolus
(Denizbilim) nehir
akak
brook trout
alabalığı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A surname for someone living by a brook
A female given name of modern usage; more often spelled Brooke
A male given name transferred from the surname
To tolerate (usually used in the negative)

I will brook no refusal.

To enjoy
a body of running water smaller than a river; a small stream
a water meadow
{n} a little river, rivulet, trifling current
{v} to endure, bear, be contented to suffer
To deserve; to earn
A brook is a small stream
put up with something or somebody unpleasant; "I cannot bear his constant criticism"; "The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks"; "he learned to tolerate the heat"; "She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage"
a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river); "the creek dried up every summer
A natural stream of water smaller than a river or creek
To use; to enjoy
{f} bear, suffer, tolerate
a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river); "the creek dried up every summer"
To bear; to endure; to put up with; to tolerate; as, young men can not brook restraint
If someone in a position of authority will brook no interference or opposition, they will not accept any interference or opposition from others. From childhood on, she'd had a plan of action, one that would brook no interference = tolerate, allow. a small stream. not brook sth/brook no sth to not allow or accept something. Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education brook trout Brook Sir Peter Stephen Paul
{i} small stream, rivulet
brook lampreys
plural form of brook lamprey
brook trout
A fish of the subspecies Salmo trutta fario, the brown trout
brook trout
A fish of the species Salvelinus fontinalis
brook trouts
plural form of brook trout
Brook Farm
Short-lived utopian experiment in communal living (1841-47) in West Roxbury, Mass. (near Boston), founded by George Ripley. The best known of the many utopian communities organized in the U.S. in the mid-19th century, Brook Farm was to combine the thinker and the worker, to guarantee the greatest mental freedom, and to prepare a society of liberal, cultivated persons whose lives would be more wholesome and simpler than they could be amid the pressure of competitive institutions. It is remembered for the distinguished literary figures and intellectual leaders associated with it, including Charles A. Dana, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Margaret Fuller, Horace Greeley, James Russell Lowell, John Greenleaf Whittier, and Ralph Waldo Emerson (though not all of them were actual members). It was also noted for the modern educational theory of its excellent school. See also Oneida Community
Brook Farm Institute of Agriculture and Education
Short-lived utopian experiment in communal living (1841-47) in West Roxbury, Mass. (near Boston), founded by George Ripley. The best known of the many utopian communities organized in the U.S. in the mid-19th century, Brook Farm was to combine the thinker and the worker, to guarantee the greatest mental freedom, and to prepare a society of liberal, cultivated persons whose lives would be more wholesome and simpler than they could be amid the pressure of competitive institutions. It is remembered for the distinguished literary figures and intellectual leaders associated with it, including Charles A. Dana, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Margaret Fuller, Horace Greeley, James Russell Lowell, John Greenleaf Whittier, and Ralph Waldo Emerson (though not all of them were actual members). It was also noted for the modern educational theory of its excellent school. See also Oneida Community
brook mint
See Water mint
brook thistle
of central and southwestern Europe
brook trout
North American freshwater trout; introduced in Europe freshwater fish
brook trout
A freshwater game fish (Salvelinus fontinalis) of eastern North America. Also called speckled trout, squaretail. or speckled trout Popular freshwater game fish (Salvelinus fontinalis), a variety of char, that is valued for its flavour and its fighting qualities when hooked. The brook trout is a native of the northeastern U.S. and Canada and has been transplanted to many parts of the world. It lives in cold, clean waters and carries dark, wormlike markings on the back and red and whitish spots on the body. The brook trout may weigh up to 6 lbs (3 kg). Some individuals migrate to large lakes or the sea and grow much larger and more silvery
Brooks
A topographic surname, variant of Brook
Brooks
American literary historian, critic, and translator who wrote many books on the literary history of America, including The Flowering of New England (1936), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize. Brooks Islands Adams Henry Brooks Brooks Range Brooks Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks James L. Brooks Louise Brooks Mel Brooks Romaine Goddard Brooks Rodney Allen Brooks Van Wyck Kitaj Ronald Brooks Parker Alton Brooks White Elwyn Brooks
Brooks
A surname
Sir Peter Brook
born March 21, 1925, London, Eng. British director and producer. After directing plays in Stratford-upon-Avon, he became director of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (1947-50). He directed several innovative Shakespearean productions that aroused controversy. Appointed codirector of the Royal Shakespeare Co. in 1962, he directed critically acclaimed productions of King Lear (1962) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (1970). He won international fame with his avant-garde direction of Peter Weiss's play Marat/Sade (1964). His films include Lord of the Flies (1962), King Lear (1969), and the six-hour Mahabharata (1989). In 1970 he cofounded, with Jean-Louis Barrault, the International Centre for Theatre Research
Sir Peter Stephen Paul Brook
born March 21, 1925, London, Eng. British director and producer. After directing plays in Stratford-upon-Avon, he became director of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (1947-50). He directed several innovative Shakespearean productions that aroused controversy. Appointed codirector of the Royal Shakespeare Co. in 1962, he directed critically acclaimed productions of King Lear (1962) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (1970). He won international fame with his avant-garde direction of Peter Weiss's play Marat/Sade (1964). His films include Lord of the Flies (1962), King Lear (1969), and the six-hour Mahabharata (1989). In 1970 he cofounded, with Jean-Louis Barrault, the International Centre for Theatre Research
brook trout
salvelinus
brooked
past of brook
brooking
Allowing or putting up with
brooks
third-person singular of brook
brooks
United States literary critic and historian (1886-1963)
brooks
plural of , brook
brook