crook

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sahtekâr

Sami sahtekar bir polisti. - Sami was a crooked cop.

kroşe
{i} dolandırıcı

Bir dolandırıcı ile ilişkin vardı. - You had dealings with a crook.

düzenbaz
{i} çoban değneği
sapı kıvrık baston
değnek
madrabaz
çengel
dümenci
kıvrılmak
kıvırmak
iğmek
kanca
bükülmek
sopa
{f} bük
bükmek
hırsız
dili dolandırıcı
kötü
hırsız sahtekâr
ne yapıp yapıp
{i} çoban değneği; asa, sapı kıvrık baston
{i} piskopos asası
{i} kıvrım
kanca şeklinde herhangi bir şey
{i} k.dili. dolandırıcı, üçkâğıtçı, düzenbaz, madrabaz, hilekâr, dalavereci. f
hırsız/büküm/sopa
bükül/bük
{f} kıvır
by hook or crook bir yolunu bulup
(Argo) hasta
(Argo) uyduruk
crooked
{s} çarpık çurpuk
crooked
eğri

Eğri büğrü ağaç bile gölge verir. - Even crooked tree gives shade.

crooked
{s} çarpık

Oğlumun ön dişleri çarpık çıktı. - My son's front teeth have come in crooked.

Odadaki bütün tablolar çarpık asılmış. - All the paintings in the room hung crooked.

crooked
{s} eğri büğrü

Eğri büğrü ağaç bile gölge verir. - Even crooked tree gives shade.

crook lock
(otomobil) Baston kilit
crook backed
kambur
crooked
virajlı
crooked
{s} yamuk yumuk
crooked
kıvrık
crooked
yamuk
crooked
çalık
crooked
eğri çarpık
crooked
(Diş Hekimliği) çapraşıklık
crooked
kıvrılmış
crooked
eciş bücüş
crooked
eğri yamuk
by hook or by crook
allem edip kallem edip
crooked
{s} deforme olmuş
crooked
{s} dolandırıcı
crooked
{f} bük
crooked
{s} hilekâr
crooked
namussuz
shephard's crook
Shephard değneği
by hook or by crook
{k} bir yolunu bulup, ne yapıp yapıp
by hook or by crook
(deyim) su veya bu sekilde, ne yapip yapip
by hook or by crook
nasıl olursa olsun
by hook or by crook
şöyle ya da böyle
by hook or crook
şu veya bu şekilde
by hook or crook
(isim) yapıp yapıp, şu veya bu şekilde, öyle ya da böyle
by hook or crook
ne yapıp yapıp
by hook or crook
öyle ya da böyle
crooked
namussuz/eğri
crooked
sahtekâr

Sami sahtekar bir polisti. - Sami was a crooked cop.

crooked
{s} çökmüş
crooked
{s} k.dili. dolandırıcı, üçkâğıtçı, düzenbaz, hilekâr
crooked
bükül/bük
crooked
{f} bük: adj.eğri
crooked
{s} kargacık burgacık
crooked
{s} k.dili. içinde bir dalavere olan, hileli (iş)
crooked
{f} kıvır: adj.kıvrılmış
crooked
crooked dealings namussuzca yapılan işler
crookedly
eğri bir şekilde
crookedly
deforme olmuş bir biçimde
go crook
(Fiili Deyim ) kızmak , sinirlenmek
on the crook
üçkâğıt ile
on the crook
dolandırıcılıkla
on the crook
hile ile
shepherd's crook
çoban değneği
İngilizce - İngilizce
To bend

...In the following cases: physical defect in the married parties, desertion without communication for five years, he said, crooking a short finger covered with hair.

not right, not up to standard

Not turning up for training was pretty crook.

A bend

She held the baby in the crook of her arm.

A shepard's crook; a staff with a semi-circular bend ("hook") at one end used by shepherds

Even though I walk through a / valley dark as death / I fear no evil, for thou art with me, / thy staff and thy crook are my / comfort.

A person who steals, lies, cheats or does other dishonest or illegal things; a criminal

People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. I've earned everything I've got., November 18, 1973 (The Washington Post).

ill, sick
{i} thief (Slang); hook; rod with a curved end, shepherd's crook
Cf
A pothook
A bishop's staff of office
An artifice; trick; tricky device; subterfuge
To turn from a straight line; to bend; to curve
bend or cause to bend; "He crooked his index finger"; "the road curved sharply"
A form of warp in which a board deviates edgewise from a straight line from end to end
If you crook your arm or finger, you bend it. He crooked his finger: `Come forward,' he said
A small tube, usually curved, applied to a trumpet, horn, etc
Pastoral staff
A bend, turn, or curve; curvature; flexure
If someone says they will do something by hook or by crook, they are determined to do it, even if they have to make a great effort or use dishonest means. They intend to get their way, by hook or by crook. if you crook your finger or your arm, you bend it
a circular segment of a curve; "a bend in the road"; "a crook in the path"
Crook is a form of warp in which the board curves along one edge
A staff with a hook at one end, particularly one used by shepherds
Edge distortion of a board easily identified by holding the edge upwards and sighting down the the top edge In most case, before using a crook edge board, it should be resawn
to change its pitch or key
An abrupt curvature or bend in a tree bole
To bend; to curve; to wind; to have a curvature
The staff used by a shepherd, the hook of which serves to hold a runaway sheep
a long staff with one end being hook shaped bend or cause to bend; "He crooked his index finger"; "the road curved sharply
someone who has committed (or been legally convicted of) a crime
a long staff with one end being hook shaped
Abrupt bend in a tree or log
{f} bend, curve; be bent, be curved
A defect of a tree characterized by a sharp bend in the main stem
To turn from the path of rectitude; to pervert; to misapply; to twist
A crook is a long pole with a large hook at the end. A crook is carried by a bishop in religious ceremonies, or by a shepherd. a shepherd's crook
an abrupt bend in a tree or log; a defect
A criminal who steals
Any implement having a bent or crooked end
A crook is a dishonest person or a criminal. The man is a crook and a liar
A person given to fraudulent practices; an accomplice of thieves, forgers, etc
The crook of your arm or leg is the soft inside part where you bend your elbow or knee. She hid her face in the crook of her arm
crook and nanny
Average person or people

We can also start a story with the name of someone who has star quality, a person whose name is widely known—in almost every nook and cranny, by almost every crook and nanny.

crook and nanny
A very small place; mistaken form of nook and cranny

There was sand in every crook and nanny, from truck to keel. As the emerging seamen ran out of expletives so the Kalahari may have run out of sand.

by hook or by crook
By any means possible; one way or another

She was determined to finish the project, by hook or by crook.

crooked
Simple past tense and past participle of crook
crooked
Dishonest or illegal

He was trying to interest me in another one of his crooked deals.

crooked
Set at an angle; not vertical or square

That picture is crooked - could you straighten it up for me?.

crooked
{a} courb
crooked
{a} bent, winding, perverse, cross
crooked
{a} bandy
crookedly
{a} not straitly, untowardly
Crooked
corbe
Crooked
cam
Crookedly
acrook
by hook and by crook
at any price, by any mean necessary, however it must be done
by hook or by crook
in any way necessary; "I'll pass this course by hook or by crook
by hook or by crook
at any price, by any mean necessary, however it must be done
crooked
{s} askew
crooked
False; dishonest; fraudulent; as, crooked dealings
crooked
having the back and shoulders rounded; not erect; "a little oldish misshapen stooping woman"
crooked
kam
crooked
{s} not straight, bent; dishonest
crooked
past of crook
crooked
irregular in shape or outline; "asymmetrical features"; "a dress with an crooked hemline"
crooked
Not straightforward; deviating from rectitude; distorted from the right
crooked
If you describe a person or an activity as crooked, you mean that they are dishonest or criminal. a crooked cop = bent
crooked
having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned; "crooked country roads"; "crooked teeth" not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive
crooked
Not straight; having one or more bends or angles
crooked
having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned; "crooked country roads"; "crooked teeth"
crooked
A crooked smile is uneven and bigger on one side than the other. Polly gave her a crooked grin. = lopsided + crookedly crook·ed·ly Nick was smiling crookedly at her
crooked
If you describe something as crooked, especially something that is usually straight, you mean that it is bent or twisted. the crooked line of his broken nose. a crooked little tree. straight
crooked
not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive
crooked
Characterized by a crook or curve; not straight; turning; bent; twisted; deformed
crookedly
In a crooked manner
crookedly
in a crooked lopsided manner; "he smiled lopsidedly"
crookedly
In a curved or crooked manner; in a perverse or untoward manner
crookedly
in bent or curved form; dishonestly, corruptly
crooking
past of crook
crooks
third-person singular of crook
crooks
plural of crook
crook