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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dolar

Bir dolar borç verebilir misin? - Can you spare a buck?

Avukatlar davaları kazandıklarında çok miktarda dolar kazanırlar. - Lawyers make mega bucks when they win cases.

{i} k.dili. dolar
erkek geyik/tavşan/sıçan
{i} sorumluluk
{f} sıçramak
{f} (at) sıçramak
{i} züppe
(Spor) atlama beygiri
(Argo) ateş etmek
bir dolar

Bir dolar borç verebilir misin? - Can you spare a buck?

(at/vb.) dört ayağı üzerinde zıplamak
(binicisini) üzerinden atmak
karşı gel
erkeklere özel
Menyanthes trifoliata
{i} erkek kızılderili
{f} karşı gelmek
buck bean su yoncası
{i} sıçrayan hayvan
koyun veya keçi
{i} pokerde kâğıt dağıtma sırası
{f} itaatsizlik etmek
{i} papel

Bana otuz papel ödünç verebilir misin? - Could lend me thirty bucks?

{f} sıçrayıp binicisini düşürmek
dili tecrübesiz avc
{i} (Argo) zenci
{i} erkek hayvan
erkeklerle ilgili
{f} itiraz etmek
aldırışsız delikanlı
erkek geyik,v.sıçra: n.antilop
erkek kızılderili veya zenci
{i} erkek geyik
buck bean
su yoncası
buck fever
buck for
elde etmeye çalışmak
buck saw
çerçeveli testere
buck transformer
düzenleyici transformatör
buck up
buck up
buck up
acele etmek
buck up
geliştirmeye çalışmak
buck converter
(Teknoloji) DC akımdan DC akıma alçaltıcı tıp çevirici (güç elektroniği)
buck knife
Sustalı bıçak
buck naked
buck çıplak
buck passing
buck geçen
buck the system
düzene karşı gelmek
buck the trend
(deyim) Genel gidişata/eğilime uymamak, trende uymamak

He bucks the trend by using fax a lot although email is more popular.

buck bean
buck board
iki kişilik esnek ve uzun araba
buck fever
tecrübesiz avcının heyecanı
buck for
terfi kazanmaya çalışmak
buck for
zam almaya çalışmak
buck for
(Fiili Deyim ) çok sıkı çalışmak
buck for
(terfi, zam v.b.'ni) elde etmeye çalışmak
buck naked
{k} çırılçıplak
buck naked
tamamen çıplak
buck plate
destek levhası
buck private
buck smb. up
cesaret vermek
buck up
(Fiili Deyim ) canlandırmak , güçlendirmek , arttırmak , cesaret vermek
buck up
{f} çabuk olmak
buck up
{f} neşelendirmek
buck up
{f} canlanmak
buck up
rough buck
rough buck
kör kasa
pass the buck
topu başkasına atmak
pass the buck to
sorumluluğu -e yüklemek
bang for buck
paranın karşılığını bang
bang for the buck
verilen paraya en iyisini almak
bang for the buck
belli bir paranın karşılığında alınabileceğin en iyisi
pass the buck
sorumluluğu başkasına yıkmak, sorumluluğu başkasına yüklemek
pass the buck
sorumluluğu başkasına yüklemek
water buck
su buck
buck up
keyfine bak
buck up
sıkma canını
{s} neşeli
buck karşı çık/atla/at
zıplayan at
eel buck
yılanbalığı tuzağı
fast buck
(deyim) a fast buck ( kd , buck= dolar ) ( genellikle make/earn ...) kolay kazanilan para
pass the buck
sorumluluğu başkasının üzerine atmak
pass the buck
(Fiili Deyim ) sorumluluğu üstünden atmak
quick buck
(deyim) a fast/quick buck ( kd , buck= dolar ) ( genellikle make/earn ...) kolay kazanilan para
İngilizce - İngilizce
to successfully throw or attempt to throw (a rider or pack) by bucking
To overcome or shed (e.g., an impediment or expectation), in pursuit of a goal; to force a way through despite (an obstacle); to resist or proceed against

John is really bucking the odds on that risky business venture. He's doing quite well.

The body of a post mill, particularly in East Anglia. See Wikipedia: Windmill machinery
One hundred

That skinny guy? C'mon, he can't weigh more than a buck and a quarter.

(always plural, bucks) Casual oxford shoes made of buckskin, often white or a neutral color
One million dollars
An uncastrated sheep, a ram
A dollar (one hundred cents)

Can I borrow five bucks?.

To resist obstinately; oppose or object strongly

The vice president bucked at the board's latest solution.

A male deer, antelope, sheep, goat, rabbit, hare, and sometimes the male of other animals such as the ferret and shad
To press a reinforcing device (bucking bar) against (the force of a rivet) in order to absorb vibration and increase expansion. See Wikipedia: Rivet: Installation
Blame; responsibility; scapegoating; finger-pointing

The buck stops here. — Harry S. Truman.

To move or operate in a sharp, jerking, or uneven manner

The motor bucked and sputtered before dying completely.

To leap upward arching its back, coming down with head low and forelegs stiff, forcefully kicking its hind legs upward, often in an attempt to dislodge or throw a rider or pack

At the same time we got speared, the horses got speared too, and jumped and bucked all about.

A young buck; an adventurous, impetuous, dashing, or high-spirited young man
An object of various types, placed on a table to indicate turn or status; such as a brass object, placed in rotation on a US Navy wardroom dining table to indicate which officer is to be served first, or an item passed around a poker table indicating the dealer or placed in the pot to remind the winner of some privilege or obligation when his or her turn to deal next comes
A black or Native American man
A fop or dandy
{v} to wash or steep clothes in lye
{n} water to wash clother, the male of rabbits, deer
{i} family name; Pearl Buck (1892-1973), United States author who was a missionary and lived in China, author of "The Good Earth
By extension, one hundred of anything
(See Door frame )
A buck is a US or Australian dollar. That would probably cost you about fifty bucks Why can't you spend a few bucks on a coat? = dollar
A gay, dashing young fellow; a fop; a dandy
Slang term for a door frame
A buck is the male of various animals, including the deer, antelope, rabbit and kangaroo
a rough frame used to form openings in poured concrete
move quickly and violently; "The car tore down the street"; "He came charging into my office"
To cut trees into shorter lengths, such as logs or cordwood
jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched; "the yung filly bucked"
If you get more bang for the buck, you spend your money wisely and get more for your money than if you were to spend it in a different way. I think it's very important for those governments to do whatever they can to get a bigger bang for the buck. = value for money
United States author whose novels drew on her experiences as a missionary in China (1892-1973)
A male deer or goat
See Buck, v
Of a horse: to leap upward arching its back
To copulate, as bucks and does
A male of other species, such as the ferret
By extension, to move in any sharp or jerking manner
{f} move rapidly and with violence; jump vertically legs stiff and back arched ; bet, gamble (Slang)
The cloth or clothes soaked or washed
If a horse bucks, it kicks both of its back legs wildly into the air, or jumps into the air wildly with all four feet off the ground. The stallion bucked as he fought against the reins holding him tightly in
- To saw a felled tree into log lengths
of the lowest rank in a category; "a buck private
a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
of the lowest rank in a category; "a buck private"
The male of deer, especially fallow deer and antelopes, or of goats, sheep, hares, and rabbits
If you pass the buck, you refuse to accept responsibility for something, and say that someone else is responsible. David says the responsibility is Mr Smith's and it's no good trying to pass the buck
If you say `The buck stops here' or `The buck stops with me', you mean that you have to take responsibility for something and will not try to pass the responsibility on to someone else. The buck stops with him. He is ultimately responsible for every aspect of the broadcast. Buck Pearl Leonard Buck Trevino Lee Buck
A sheet of cementitious material, two or more inches thick used to "buck out" door and window openings so that door or window fits the opening and also closes off the grout channels so that grout doesn't flow out of the wall during grout pouring
mature male of various mammals (especially deer or antelope)
resist; "buck the trend"
A young buck; an adventurous or high-spirited young man
{i} male deer; male rabbit; dollar (Slang)
To spring with quick plunging leaps, descending with the fore legs rigid and the head held as low down as possible; said of a vicious horse or mule
an article of clothing, as a shoe, made of buckskin
Often used in reference to rough frame opening members Door bucks used in reference to metal door frame
of the lowest rank, as in buck private, buck sergeant
If someone has buck teeth, their upper front teeth stick forward out of their mouth
To wash (clothes) in lye or suds, or, in later usage, by beating them on stones in running water
mature male of various mammals (especially deer or antelope) United States author whose novels drew on her experiences as a missionary in China (1892-1973) jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched; "the yung filly bucked"
Hence, a fop or dandy
The blocking of overly high-voltage utility power by a UPS before it reaches the attached devices
The 2"x6" outside, unfinished frame of a door or window
(1)Male deer; (2)To cut trees into short lengths such as for cordwood
To throw by bucking
To cut a log into smaller portions
To saw felled trees into shorter lengths
-The act of lowering the voltage
If you are trying to make a buck, you are trying to earn some money. The owners don't want to overlook any opportunity to make a buck
Buck's Fizz
A cocktail of orange juice and champagne
Buck's Fizzes
plural form of Buck's Fizz
buck for
To strive for persistently; to try hard to obtain (a promotion, raise, etc.)
buck naked
Completely naked
buck naked
Naked but for a waist band with knife sheath, arm bands, footwear, weapons in hand, etc
buck off
To cause to fall off

The cowboy was bucked off the bronco after 7 seconds.

buck private
A private soldier keen ("bucking") for promotion; an ambitious private

Bedell Smith was a shopkeeper's son from Indiana who rose from buck private to general without the polish of West Point or a college degree.

buck up
To pass on to higher authority for resolution. See also pass the buck

Instead of dealing with the customer's complaint himself, he just bucked it up to his boss.

buck up
To dress oneself up smartly; compare (obsolete) buck ("a fop, dandy")
buck up
Hurry up; make haste
buck up
To encourage or refresh; to hearten

I knew I had to try and buck up the rest of my team as well.

buck up
Cheer up; take courage; take heart
buck up
To become encouraged, reinvigorated, or cheerful; to summon one's courage or spirits

I realized I needed to buck up and tackle the problem head-on.

Blame shifting; the act of absolving oneself of responsibility or concern for a given matter by claiming to lack authority or jurisdiction
buck passing
Buck passing or passing the buck is the action of transferring responsibility or blame unto another person. It is also used as a strategy in power politics when the actions of one country/nation are blamed on another, providing an opportunity for war
buck the system
Refuse to follow the rules of an organization: "Alex is always looking for ways to buck the system."
buck the trend
(deyim) Be noticeably different from the way that a situation is developing generally, especially in connection with financial matters

This company is the only one to have bucked the trend of a declining industry.

Buck Leonard
orig. Walter Fenner Leonard born Sept. 8, 1907, Rocky Mount, N.C., U.S. died Nov. 27, 1997, Rocky Mount U.S. baseball player. Leonard began his professional baseball career in the Negro leagues in 1933. With his teammate Josh Gibson, he led the Homestead Grays to nine consecutive championships from 1937 through 1945. Known as a formidable home-run hitter and an outstanding first baseman, he was selected to the Negro leagues' East-West All-Star game a record 11 times
Buck Rogers
the main character in a US comic who has many adventures in other parts of the universe. The character has also been used in films and television programmes
Buck's Fizz
Buck's Fizz is a drink made by mixing champagne or another fizzy white wine with orange juice. a mixture of champagne and orange juice, or a glass of this
buck bean
A plant (Menyanthes trifoliata) which grows in moist and boggy places, having racemes of white or reddish flowers and intensely bitter leaves, sometimes used in medicine; marsh trefoil; called also bog bean
buck fever
nervous excitement of an inexperienced hunter
buck fever
Nervous excitement felt by a novice hunter at the first sight of game
buck fever
Intense excitement at the sight of deer or other game, such as often unnerves a novice in hunting
buck for
If you are bucking for something, you are working very hard to get it. She is bucking for a promotion
buck passer
{i} person who avoids responsibility by passing it on to someone else, person who regularly passes the buck to another
buck teeth
teeth that stick forward out of your mouth (Because they are like a rabbit's teeth)
buck up
{f} gain courage; encourage, hearten; improve; hurry up; (Slang) make happy; (Slang) make more cheerful or joyful
buck up
If you tell someone to buck up or to buck up their ideas, you are telling them to start behaving in a more positive and efficient manner. People are saying if we don't buck up we'll be in trouble Buck up your ideas or you'll get more of the same treatment. = pull one's socks up
buck up
If you buck someone up or buck up their spirits, you say or do something to make them more cheerful. Anything anybody said to him to try and buck him up wouldn't sink in The aim, it seemed, was to buck up their spirits in the face of the recession. = cheer up
buck up
gain courage
a solo tap dance emphasizing sharp taps
{s} stark naked, completely naked
having protruding upper front teeth
Buckinghamshire (in postal addresses)
bang for the buck
Efficiency; cost-effectiveness; value

Do you think he would get as much bang for the buck out of a fancier, more expensive car?.

break the buck
Fall below the value of one dollar per share.“” listed on page 261 of The SmartMoney Guide to Long-Term Investing, Nellie S. Huang, Peter Finch, and James B. Stewart (2002; ; ISBN 0471274925, 978-0471274926)

We were likely going to see more funds halt redemptions and break the buck. The insurance program is part of a wider rescue package.

A horse that bucks
marsh buck
A swamp-dwelling antelope found throughout Central Africa, scientific name Tragelaphus spekii
marsh buck
An antelope found in forests throughout sub-Saharan Africa, scientific name Tragelaphus scriptus
Attributive form of marsh buck, noun

It has a marsh-buck look.

pass the buck
To transfer responsibility or blame from oneself onto another; to absolve oneself of concern for a given matter by claiming to lack authority or jurisdiction
passed the buck
Simple past tense and past participle of pass the buck
passes the buck
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pass the buck
passing the buck
Present participle of pass the buck
the buck stops here
A promise that no more excuses will be made; the speaker is going to take responsibility for things, rather than pass them up to higher authorities
bang for the buck
(deyim) Value for the money spent

We were able to get a big bang for our buck when we advertised on the Internet.

passing the buck
Buck passing or passing the buck is the action of transferring responsibility or blame unto another person. It is also used as a strategy in power politics when the actions of one country/nation are blamed on another, providing an opportunity for war
young buck
A teenager or a young adult male, young man
{i} family name; county in Pennsylvania (USA)
Lee Buck Trevino
born Dec. 1, 1939, near Dallas, Tex., U.S. U.S. golfer. Of Mexican American descent, Trevino received a grade-school education, served in the U.S. Marine Corps, and worked as an odd-job man and assistant professional at golf courses in his native Texas. In 1967 he unexpectedly came in fifth in the U.S. Open, then won it the next year. In 1971 Trevino became the first player to win the U.S., British, and Canadian Open championships in a single year. He won the British Open in 1972 and the U.S. PGA Championship in 1974. He then underwent several back surgeries but returned to win the PGA again in 1984
Pearl Buck
orig. Pearl Sydenstricker born June 26, 1892, Hillsboro, W.Va., U.S. died March 6, 1973, Danby, Vt. U.S. author. Buck was reared in China by her missionary parents and later taught in a Chinese university. Her first book to reach a wide audience was The Good Earth (1931, Pulitzer Prize), describing the struggles of a Chinese peasant and his slave wife. Sons (1932) and A House Divided (1935) followed; the trilogy was published as The House of Earth (1935). Among her later works are short stories, novels (including five under the pseudonym John Sedges), and an autobiography. She received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938
Pearl Buck
Pearl Sydenstricker Buck (1892-1973), United States author who was a missionary and lived in China, author of "The Good Earth
Pearl S. Buck
a US writer who lived for many years in China until 1931 and wrote several novels about that country. She won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938 (1892-1973)
Pearl Sydenstricker Buck
{i} Pearl Buck (1892-1973), United States author who was a missionary and lived in China, author of "The Good Earth
adverb buck 3
buck naked not wearing any clothes
beaver buck
Canadian one dollar bill
past of buck
One who bucks ore
A broad-headed hammer used in bucking ore
A horse or mule that bucks
{i} horse that bucks, horse that jumps about; protester
A washing
The act or process of soaking or boiling cloth in an alkaline liquid in the operation of bleaching; also, the liquid used
Cutting a felled tree into specified log lengths
A vice in which the horse kicks out his back legs, both at the same time, usually to unsettled the rider or rid itself of irritating Tack
The process of breaking up or pulverizing ores
Cutting logs into specified lengths
The act of cutting a felled tree into specified log lengths for yarding and hauling; also, making any bucking cut on logs
Refers to the cancellation of one signal or frequency component of a signal by another signal of equal amplitude but opposite polarity Sometimes this is called phase cancellation It also is a phenomenon that is part of the sound of a phaser or flanger As they sweep through their range various frequencies are accentuated or (nearly) cancelled producing their characteristic "whooshing" effect Hum bucking, as in hum bucking guitar pickups, is the bucking of frequencies we associate with hum (60 Hz in the United States) In this case the cancellation is of EMI that is being picked up by the guitar's pickup, which is acting as a transformer picking up various fields nearby
Sawing a fallen or horizontal log
cutting a felled tree into specified log lengths for yarding and hauling; also, making any bucking cut on logs
plural of buck
eel buck
eel basket
fast buck
quick or easy earnings, "they are traders out to make a fast buck
pass the buck
transfer blame to someone else
pass the buck to
transfer responsibility to someone else
passing the buck
transferring responsibility to someone else
saw buck
{i} sawhorse, four-legged support used to hold wood while cutting
water buck
It frequents the banks of rivers and is a good swimmer
water buck
Called also photomok, water antelope, and waterbok
water buck
A large, heavy antelope (Kobus ellipsiprymnus) native of Central Africa
water buck
It has a white ring around the rump
young buck
an adolescent male