clean up

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İngilizce - Türkçe
temizlemek

Parkı temizlemek için tüm komşular birleşti. - All the neighbors united to clean up the park.

Bu pisliği temizlemek zorunda olan kişi benim. - I'm the one who has to clean up this mess.

toparlamak

Tom bu dağınıklığı toparlamak zorunda. - Tom has to clean up this mess.

kırmak
(Dilbilim) para kazanmak
vurgun vurmak
tertemiz yapmak
temizlik yapmak
çok kâr etmek
temizlik yap

Tom kalmakta ve partiden sonra temizlik yapmamıza yardım etmekte ısrar etti. - Tom insisted on staying and helping us clean up after the party.

Tom bana partiden sonra kalıp kalamayacağımı ve ona temizlik yapmak için yardım edip edemeyeceğimi sordu. - Tom asked me if I could stay and help him clean up after the party.

Temizle

Mutfağı temizlemeliyiz. - We must clean up the kitchen.

Mutfağı daha sonra temizleyeceğim. - I'll clean up the kitchen later.

yoluna koymak
derleme
bitirmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- temizlemek 2- elini yüzünü yıkamak
düzeltmek
kurtarmak
pırıl pırıl yapmak
kazanmak (çok para)
temizleme
cleanup
temizleme

Temizleme, milyonlarca dolara mal olacak. - Cleanup will cost millions of dollars.

cleanup
(Bilgisayar) temizle

Temizleme, milyonlarca dolara mal olacak. - Cleanup will cost millions of dollars.

cleanup
avanta
clean-up
temizlik
clean sth. up
(deyim) temizlemek. a clean-up temizlik
cleanup
{i} tasfiye
cleanup
{i} vurgun
cleanup
kazanç/temizleme
cleanup
{i} büyük temizlik
cleanup
{i} temizlik

Fukushima Daiichi tesisindeki temizlik, yıllar belki de on yıllar sürebilir. - The cleanup at the Fukushima Daiichi plant could take years, possibly decades.

Bugün büyük bir temizlik yapıyoruz. - Today, we're doing a big cleanup.

İngilizce - İngilizce
To become clean, handsome, smart in appearance, e.g. for a special occasion, especially when it is out of character to be seen as such

He sure cleans up nice.

To make a large profit; to win by a large margin, or to win a large amount, especially in gambling. Also clean house

The investors cleaned up when the stock hit the roof last year.

To make an area or a thing clean; to pick up a mess; to tidy

Clean up your room.

make neat, tidy up; settle in; bathe, wash up; tidying up; large profit, gain
make oneself clean, presentable or neat; "Clean up before you go to the party"
If someone cleans up, they make a large profit or get a lot of money. It has cleaned up at the box office
If you clean up a mess or clean up a place where there is a mess, you make things tidy and free of dirt again. Police in the city have been cleaning up the debris left by a day of violent confrontation Nina and Mary were in the kitchen, cleaning up after dinner
If you go and clean up, you make yourself clean and tidy, especially after doing something that has made you dirty. Johnny, go inside and get cleaned up I cleaned myself up a bit, and got the baby ready
make a big profit; often in a short period of time; "The investor really cleaned up when the stock market went up"
dispose of; "settle the bills"
make a big profit; often in a short period of time; "The investor really cleaned up when the stock market went up
put (things or places) in order; "Tidy up your room!"
To clean up something such as the environment or an industrial process means to make it free from substances or processes that cause pollution. Under pressure from the public, many regional governments cleaned up their beaches
If the police or authorities clean up a place or area of activity, they make it free from crime, corruption, and other unacceptable forms of behaviour. After years of neglect and decline the city was cleaning itself up Since then, the authorities have tried to clean up the sport
cleanup
to bat fourth in the batting order

Jones will be batting cleanup in tonight's game.

clean-up
clean-up clean-ups in AM, use cleanup A clean-up is the removing of dirt, pollution, crime, or corruption from somewhere. the need for a clean-up of Italian institutions The Governor has now called in the National Guard to assist the cleanup operation. a process by which you get rid of dirt or waste from a place
cleanup
the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
cleanup
The process of cleaning up after an exception or an error has occurred
cleanup
the act of cleaning something
cleanup
The general term for environmental restoration, the process designed to ensure that risks to the environment and to human health and safety from waste sites either are eliminated or reduced to prescribed, safe levels
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threatened release of hazardous substances that could affect public health or the environment The term is often used to describe a Remedial Action or Interim Remedial Measure performed at a contaminated site
cleanup
{i} washing, removing dirt; huge win, landslide victory
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threat of release of a hazardous substance that could affect humans and/or the environment The term cleanup is sometimes used interchangeably with the terms remedial action, removal action, response action, or corrective action
cleanup
implementation of a cleanup action or an interim remedial action ( MTCA, p 14)
cleanup
Actions for removing contaminants from the environment
cleanup
a very large profit
cleanup
Down all remaining pins with the third ball, (Cleanup ball)
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threat of release of a hazardous substance that could affect humans or the environment Synonyms: remedial action, removal action, response action, or corrective action, abatement, or remediation
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threat of release of a hazardous substance that could affect humans and the environment The term "cleanup" is sometimes used interchangeably with the terms environmental isolation, remedial action, removal action, response action, or corrective action
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threat of release of a hazardous substance that could affect humans and/or the environment This term is sometimes used interchangeably with the terms “remedial action,” “response action” or “corrective action ”
cleanup
(baseball) the fourth position in the batting order (usually filled by the best batter on the team)
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threat of release of a hazardous substance that could affect humans and/or the environment The term "cleanup" is sometimes used interchangeably with the terms remedial action, removal action, response action, or corrective action
cleanup
Actions taken to deal with a release or threatened release of hazardous substances that could affect public health and/or the environment
cleanup
Efforts to mitigate environmental damages or threat to human health, safety, or welfare from hazardous substances or oil It may include removal of hazardous substance from the environment, including restoration, remediation, and other measures that are necessary to mitigate or avoid further threat to public health, safety and welfare, or the environment Cleanup is often used interchangeably with terms like corrective actions, remedial action, removal action, or response action It is often used broadly to describe various actions or phases of an action, such as the remedial investigation/feasibility study in the Superfund process
cleanup
A Network Services request sent by an SSCP to an LU that causes a specified LU-LU session to be terminated immediately without requiring participation of either the partner LU or its SSCP
cleanup
treatment, remediation, or destruction of contaminated material
clean up

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    klin ʌp

    Telaffuz

    /ˈklēn ˈəp/ /ˈkliːn ˈʌp/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'klEn ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English clene, from Old English cl[AE]ne; akin to Old High German kleini delicate, dainty.