bury

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gömmek

Sami, Leyla'yı Kahire'ye gömmek istedi. - Sami wanted to bury Layla in Cairo.

Bir anne için en acı şey, kendi çocuğunu gömmektir. - The most painful thing for a mother is having to bury her own child.

{f} toprağa vermek
{f} cenazeyi kaldırmak
{f} defnetmek
defin etmek
defin yapmak
örtüp bastırmak
(Spor) uzak mesafeli şutu gömmek
cenaze kaldırmak
saklamak
göm

Köpek, kemiğini bahçeye gömmekle meşguldü. - The dog was busy burying his bone in the garden.

Köpekler genellikle kemikleri gömerler. - Dogs often bury bones.

gizlemek
{f} örtmek
{f} daldırmak
buried
{s} gömülü

Onun, bütün o karın altında gömülü olduğunu duyuyorum. - I hear it's buried under all that snow.

Gömülü hazineyi arıyorduk. - We were looking for buried treasure.

bury the hatchet
(deyim) bir ihtilafa son vermek
bury one's head in the sand
başını kuma gömmek
bury one's sorrows
kederini saklamak
bury the hatchet
barış görüş olmak
bury the hatchet
barışmak
bury the hatchets
Kavgayı bitirmek, küslüğü bitirmek, barışmak
bury, hide one's head in the sand
başını kuma gömmek
bury deep
derine gömmek
bury in the ground
toprağa gömmek
bury one's face in the pillow
yüzünü yastığa gömmek
bury one's head in the pillow
kafasını yastığa gömmek
bury one's head in the sand
(deyim) gerçekleri kabul etmemek
bury one's head in the sand
(deyim) gerçeği yok saymak
bury one's head in the sand
(deyim) sorunları görmezden gelmek
bury one's head in the sand
(deyim) kabullenmemek
bury oneself
saklanmak
bury oneself
gizlenmek
bury oneself in
(deyim) kendini bir işe gömmek
bury the hatchet
(deyim) geçmişteki anlaşmazlık,kavga vb. unutarak yeniden dost olmak
bury the hatchet
barış yapmak
bury the hatchet
savaş baltasını gömmek
bury the tomahawk
barış yapmak
buried
yatmak
buried
gömük
buried
gömülmek

Öldüğümde onun yanına gömülmek istiyorum. - When I die, I want to be buried next to her.

Nasıl gömülmek istediğini yazdı. - He wrote how he wished to be buried.

buried
gömülmüş

Sami arka bahçesinde gömülmüş bir ceset buldu. - Sami found a body buried in his backyard.

Onların Park caddesindeki bir evin bodrumunda gömülmüş bir iskelet bulduklarını duydum. - I heard they found a skeleton buried in the basement of a house on Park Street.

burying
gömerek
burying
defnetme
buried
göm

Onlar onu mezarına gömdüler. - They buried him in his grave.

J. F. Kennedy Arlington mezarlığına gömüldü. - J.F. Kennedy was buried in Arlington Cemetery.

burying
göm

Köpek, kemiğini bahçeye gömmekle meşguldü. - The dog was busy burying his bone in the garden.

Parasını kuma gömüyor. - She's burying her money in the sand.

buried
gömmek
buried
{s} örtülü
buried
metfun
burying
mezar
burying
kabir
burying
{i} gömme

Köpek, kemiğini bahçeye gömmekle meşguldü. - The dog was busy burying his bone in the garden.

burying
kabristan
burying
burying ground burying place mezarlık
to bury
toprağa vermek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To put an end to; to abandon. "They buried their argument and shook hands"
To hide or conceal as if by covering with earth - "she buried her face in the pillow", "buried the secret deep inside"
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To place in the ground. "bury a bone"
A borough; a manor

Indisputable, though very dim to modern vision, rests on its hill-slope that same Bury, Stow, or Town of St. Edmund; already a considerable place, not without traffic.

To ritualistically inter a corpse in a grave or tomb. (see burial)
{v} to inter, as ina grave, to hide or lose in surrounding matter, to retire to solitude
{n} a dwelling-place; as Alderman-bury
enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing; "The huge waves swallowed the small boat and it sank shortly thereafter"
Edmond's A manor house; a castle
Sink (a shot), as in "bury a jumper "
If you bury your head or face in something, you press your head or face against it, often because you are unhappy. She buried her face in the pillows = hide
place in the earth and cover with soil; "They buried the stolen goods"
1 To attempt to defame someone or to criticize him 2 To lower someone in the eyes of the fans or promoter
place in a grave or tomb; "Stalin was buried behind the Kremlin wall on Red Square"; "The pharaos were entombed in the pyramids"; "My grandfather was laid to rest last Sunday
Specifically: To cover out of sight, as the body of a deceased person, in a grave, a tomb, or the ocean; to deposit (a corpse) in its resting place, with funeral ceremonies; to inter; to inhume
To bury something means to put it into a hole in the ground and cover it up with earth. They make the charcoal by burying wood in the ground and then slowly burning it. squirrels who bury nuts and seeds. buried treasure
If something buries a place or person, it falls on top of them so that it completely covers them and often harms them in some way. Latest reports say that mud slides buried entire villages He was buried under the debris for several hours
to bury the hatchet: see hatchet
If someone says they have buried one of their relatives, they mean that one of their relatives has died. He had buried his wife some two years before he retired
To sink a shot cleanly, as in, "She really buried that jumper "
to conceal by covering; to hide; as, to bury coals in ashes; to bury the face in the hands
place in the earth and cover with soil; "They buried the stolen goods" embed deeply; "She sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "He buried his head in her lap" cover from sight; "Afghani women buried under their burkas" place in a grave or tomb; "Stalin was buried behind the Kremlin wall on Red Square"; "The pharaos were entombed in the pyramids"; "My grandfather was laid to rest last Sunday
dismiss from the mind; stop remembering; "i tried to bury these unpleasant memories"
v to put into the ground and cover with earth
If you bury something under a large quantity of things, you put it there, often in order to hide it. I was looking for my handbag, which was buried under a pile of old newspapers
To cover out of sight, either by heaping something over, or by placing within something, as earth, etc
As a booker, to lower a wrestler's credibility by having them lose several matches
Sink (a shot), as in "bury a jumper"
If something buries itself somewhere, or if you bury it there, it is pushed very deeply in there. The missile buried itself deep in the grassy hillside He stood on the sidewalk with his hands buried in the pockets of his dark overcoat
cover from sight; "Afghani women buried under their burkas"
put in the ground and cover, as in: If we bury the treasure no one will find it
A borough; a manor; as, the Bury of St
{f} inter, put in the ground and cover with dirt
To bury a dead person means to put their body into a grave and cover it with earth. soldiers who helped to bury the dead in large communal graves I was horrified that people would think I was dead and bury me alive More than 9,000 men lie buried here
embed deeply; "She sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "He buried his head in her lap"
To discard a card Used in Magic: the Gathering and the Apprentice program
To hide in oblivion; to put away finally; to abandon; as, to bury strife
{f} yird
bury one's head in the sand
To deliberately ignore the reality of a situation
bury the hatchet
To stop fighting or arguing; to reach an agreement, or at least a truce

They need to calm down and bury the hatchet before someone gets hurt.

bury the lead
To begin a story with details of secondary importance to the reader while postponing more essential points or facts
bury the lede
To begin a story with details of secondary importance to the reader while postponing more essential points or facts

While she is a very good news writer, she often buries the lede.

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
a book by Dee Brown which tells the story of the American West in a way that is sympathetic to the Native Americans
bury alive
immerse one in the ground while one's still alive
bury oneself in books
read intensely, read often
bury the hatchet
make up, end hostilities
-bury
A placename suffix indicating a fortified place
buried
Simple past tense and past participle of bury
buried
Concealed, hidden
to bury
{v} sepulcher
To bury
ingrave
To bury
earth
buri
adult yellowtail While Hamachi refers to the younger yellowtail, Buri are the older ones
buri
Yellowtail Hamachi is young yellowtails and Buri are the older ones
buri
Adult yellowfin tuna
buri
Tall palm tree with large broad leaves found in the Philippines From a distance, looks like a coconut tree Leaves are used in basketry; seeds are used to decorate jewelry
buried
Sent to Graveyard without chance of regeneration
buried
{s} interred, placed in the ground and covered with earth
buried
Gerund and present participle of verb to bury
buried
The lie of a ball, typically in a sand bunker, in which most of it is below the surface See also "Fried Egg "
buried
Indicates the pipeline has been laid in a trench and then covered or backfilled
buried
There are 3 cards in the kitty which are not shown and are not in play for each hand These cards are referred to as buried
buried
Cables that are required to go underground
buried
placed in a grave; "the hastily buried corpses"
buried
A dealer-to-dealer term to describe a hopelessly over priced rare coin purchase
buried
covered from view; "her face buried (or hidden) in her hands"; "a secret buried deep within herself"
buried
A buried pair is a pair in the hole in seven card stud - a pair in the first two down cards Buried kings are kings in the hole, buried aces are aces in the hole, etc
buried
covered from view; "her face buried (or hidden) in her hands"; "a secret buried deep within herself
buried
Placed in a grave at a burial
buried
bur
buried
bu
buried
{s} interred
buries
third-person singular of bury
burying
concealing something under the ground
burying
present participle of bury
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