crow

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} karga

Hiç kargalara taş attın mı? - Have you ever thrown stones at crows?

O karga değil kuzgun. - It's not a crow. It's a raven.

{f} horoz gibi ötmek
{i} horoz sesi
ötmek horoz
böbürlenmek
hava atmak
(horoz) ötmek
horoz ötüşü

Horoz ötüşünü duymadım. - Tom didn't hear the rooster crow.

{f} öt

Her sabah horoz öter. - Every morning, the rooster crows.

Horoz ötüşünü duymadım. - Tom didn't hear the rooster crow.

{i} çığlık

Kalabalıktan bir çığlık yükseldi. - A cry arose from the crowd.

Kalabalık çığlık atıyordu. - The crowd was screaming.

atmak
{f} ötmek (horoz)
{f} sevinmek
horoz ötüşü/karga
i., zool. karga, Corvus
crow böbürlen/öt
{f} (over) (-den dolayı) çok sevinmek
{f} övünmek
{i} (Argo) zenci
sevinçle haykırmak
{f} sevinç çığlığı atmak
{f} ötmek
{i} sevinç çığlığı
karga,v.öt: n.karga
{f} havalara uçmak (Argo)
{i} kargaya benzer kuş
(Astronomi) karga (takımyıldızı)
corvus
karga gibi ötmek
karga ötmek
havalara uçmak
crew
mürettebat

Kaptan, gemi ve mürettebatını kontrol eder. - A captain controls his ship and its crew.

Mürettebat gemiyi terk etti. - The crew abandoned the ship.

carrion crow
{i} leş kargası
crew
{i} tayfa

Tayfa şimdi ambar kapağını açıyor. - The crew is now opening the hatch.

Tom hariç bütün tayfa terk etti. - All the crew left except for Tom.

crow eater
(Argo) güney avustralya’lı
crow blackbird
karga
crow family
karga familyası
crow one's head off
koltukları kabarmak
crow's foot
karga ayağı
crow's-foot
göz kenarındaki kırışıklar
crow bar
karga bar
crow foot
karga ayağı
crow over
başarısından dolayı böbürlenmek
crow's feet
(Tıp, İlaç) Göz kenarlarındaki kırışıklıklar
crow's foot
Göz kenarındaki kırışıklıklar
crow's foot
Düğünçiçeği
crow's-feet
Göz kenarındaki kırışıklıklar
crow bars
levye pense
crow foot bar
(İnşaat) ucu eğri levye
crow over
(deyim) zafer sarhoşluğuna kapılmak
crow over
(deyim) alay ederek zafer kutlamak
crow over
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- aşırı sevinmek 2- övünmek
crow's feet
(isim) göz kenarındaki kırışıklık
crow's feet
{i} göz kenarındaki kırışıklık
crow's nest
çanaklık
crew
asker tıraşı
crew
ekip/tayfa/mürettebat
crowing
ötme
crew
{i} izci grubu
gray crow
kuzgun
grey crow
kuzgun
crew
ekip

Ekip destekleyiciydi. - The crew was supportive.

Tüm ekip, çalışmalarıyla gurur duyar. - The entire crew takes pride in its work.

crew
set ekibi
crew
{i} sürü
crew
(Ticaret) gemi personeli
crew
çete
crew
gemi mürettebatı
crew
eleman
crew
personel

Sami, personeli tarafından beğenildi. - Sami was liked by his crew.

crew
(Ticaret) tayfalar
crowing
kibirli
crowing
toplanmak
crowing
toplanarak
crowing
övüngen
crows
kargalar

Kargalar çiftçinin mısır alanını harap ettiler. - Crows all but destroyed the farmer's field of corn.

Kargalara hiç taş attın mı? - Have you ever thrown stones at crows?

eat crow
zorlanmak
american crow
amerikan kargası
as the crow flies
düz bir çizgi üzerinde
as the crow flies
dolaşmadan
carrion crow
leşkargası
crowing
{f} toplan
hooded crow
leş kargası
jim crow
ray bükme tertibatı
jim-crow
ray bükme tertibatı
make sb eat crow
birine tükürdüğünü yalatmak
crowing
toplanma
holy crow
kutsal karga
the crow
karga

Tom kargaya bir atış daha yaptı ama ıskaladı. - Tom took another shot at the crow, but missed again.

Kargalar yuvalarını yapıyorlar. - The crows make their nest.

white crow
beyaz karga
Jim Crow
zenci düşmanı
Jim Crow
ırkçı
Jim Crow
zenci (hakaret)
as the crow flies
kuş gibi uçarak
as the crow flies
dosdoğru
as the crow flies
dümdüz
as the crow flies
kuş uçuşu

Kuş uçuşu olarak, o buradan yaklaşık 20 mil uzakta. - As the crow flies, it's about 20 miles from here.

carrion crow
(isim) leş kargası
crew
crew cut alabrost ıraş
crew
crew neck yakasız ve boynu saran gömlek ve süveter tipi
crew
a motley crew karışık bir grup
crew
{i} ekip, takım
crew
f., İng., bak. crow
crew
ekipte görev yap
crew
(Askeri) MÜRETTEBAT: Bir gemi, uçak, silah, tank vesaireyi işletmek için bir grup teşkil edecek şekilde, birlikte çalışan şahıslar
crowing
ötüş
eat crow
hatasını kabule zorlanmak
eat crow
onur kırıcı bir şeye zorlanmak
eat crow
(Fiili Deyim ) bozum olmak
gray crow
gri karga
grey crow
gri karga
have a crow to pluck
meselesi olmak
have a crow to pluck
paylaşacak kozu olmak
jim crow car
zenci vagonu
İngilizce - İngilizce
The Siouan language of this tribe
A Native American tribe
To shout in exultation or defiance; to brag
A bar of iron with a beak, crook, or claw; a bar of iron used as a lever; a crowbar

He approached the humble tomb in which Antonia reposed. He had provided himself with an iron crow and a pick-axe: but this precaution was unnecessary.

The cry of the rooster
To utter a sound expressive of joy or pleasure
A bird, usually black, of the genus Corvus, having a strong conical beak, with projecting bristles; it has a harsh, croaking call

Gaslark in his splendour on the golden stairs saying adieu to those three captains and their matchless armament foredoomed to dogs and crows on Salapanta Hills.

To make the shrill sound characteristic of a rooster; to make a sound in this manner, either in joy, gaiety, or defiance

But don't think twice, it's all right.

{v} to make the noise of a cock, boast, hector, exult
{n} a bird, cock's voice, iron lever, iron bar
{i} member of the Crow Indian tribe of eastern Montana
{i} Siouan language spoken by the Crow Indian tribe; family name
a small quadrilateral constellation in the southern hemisphere near Virgo
black birds having a raucous call a Siouan language spoken by the Crow people the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it) a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana express pleasure verbally; "She crowed with joy"
disapproval If you say that someone is crowing about something they have achieved or are pleased about, you disapprove of them because they keep telling people proudly about it. Edwards is already crowing about his assured victory We've seen them all crowing that the movement is dead. = boast
{i} any of various large black birds; cry of a rooster
It has a harsh, croaking note
A bird, usually black, of the genus Corvus, having a strong conical beak, with projecting bristles
black birds having a raucous call
If you say that a place is a particular distance away as the crow flies, you mean that it is that distance away measured in a straight line. I live at Mesa, Washington, about 10 miles as the crow flies from Hanford. North American Plains Indian people of southern Montana, U.S. The Crow, whose language belongs to the Siouan language stock, were historically affiliated with the Hidatsa. Historically, they occupied the area around the Yellowstone River in northern Wyoming and southern Montana. Much of Crow life revolved around the buffalo and the horse. The Crow were prominent as middleman traders, trading horses, bows, and other items to local village Indians in return for guns and metal goods that they carried to the Shoshone in Idaho. The basic element in Crow religious life was the supernatural vision, induced by fasting and isolation. The Crow continually suffered losses from wars with the Blackfoot and Sioux and sided with the whites in the Indian wars of the 1860s and '70s. In 1868 they accepted a reservation carved from former tribal lands in southern Montana. Some 9,100 individuals claimed sole Crow descent in the 2000 U.S. census. Any of more than 20 species of black perching birds (see passerine) of the genus Corvus (family Corvidae) that are smaller than most ravens and have a thinner bill. They are named for the sound of their call. Common crows are found in North America and Eurasia. They eat grain, berries, insects, carrion, and the eggs of other birds. Crows may damage grain crops, but they also eat many economically harmful insects. At times tens of thousands roost together, but most species do not nest in colonies. Crows are considered the most intelligent of all birds (tool use is documented), and pet crows can be taught to imitate speech
utter shrill sounds; "The cocks crowed all morning
The cry of the cock
a Siouan language spoken by the Crow people
When a cock crows, it makes a loud sound, often early in the morning. The cock crows and the dawn chorus begins
express pleasure verbally; "She crowed with joy"
utter shrill sounds; "The cocks crowed all morning"
See Crow, v
an instance of boastful talk; "his brag is worse than his fight"; "whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade"
{f} cry out; cry out in triumph; brag, boast
the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it)
To make the shrill sound characteristic of a cock, either in joy, gayety, or defiance
A crow is a large black bird which makes a loud, harsh noise
a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana
dwell on with satisfaction
The mesentery of a beast; so called by butchers
crow eater
An inhabitant of South Australia
crow eaters
plural form of crow eater
crow scarer
a type of firecracker used by farmers to scare crows and other birds
crow scarer
A farmhand employed to scare birds from the fields
crow scarer
scarecrow (effigy of a person)
crow scarers
plural form of crow scarer
crow's feet
Wrinkles at the outer corners of the eye
crow's foot
A symbol, resembling a bisected equilateral triangle, used in database diagrams to indicate plurality

Each crow's foot in your ER diagram indicates the need for a foreign key.

crow's foot
A triangular embroidery stitch
crow's nest
A small open-top shelter, originally a cask, on the top of the foremast, large enough to accommodate a lookout. It was used by whalers to watch for a blow (spout), or in icebound waters to seek a channel
crow's nests
plural form of crow's nest
crow's-feet
Alternative spelling of crow's feet
crow's-foot
Alternative spelling of crow's foot
crow's-nest
Alternative spelling of crow's nest
crow-eater
Attributive form of crow eater, noun
crow-silk
{n} a water vegetable, conserva
crow's foot
(Botany) Crowfoot
crow's foot
A wrinkle extending from the outer corner of the eye ― usually used in plural
crow garlic
pungent Old World wild onion
crow pheasant
common coucal of India and China
crow's feet
Crow's feet are wrinkles which some older people have at the outside corners of their eyes. the very small lines that form in the skin near the eyes of older people
crow's feet
{i} wrinkles in the skin at the outside corner of the eyes
crow's foot
a wrinkle in the skin at the outer corner of your eyes
crow's nest
platform that is partially enclosed placed high on or near a ship's mast and is used as a lookout
crow's nest
platform for a lookout at or near the top of a mast
crow's nest
On a ship, the crow's nest is a small platform high up on the mast, where a person can go to look in all directions. a small box at the top of a ship's mast from which someone can watch for danger, land etc
CROWS
Common Remotely Operated Weapon System
Danish crow
A hooded crow, Corvus cornix
Jane Crow
Misogyny
Jane Crow
Segregation of the genders
Jane Crow
Discrimination against females
Jeezum Crow
alternative spelling of Jesum Crow
Jesum Crow
A less vulgar term in place of the idiom Jesus Christ! commonly used in anger or surprise. Used in the New England region of the USA

Jesum Crow, why's the statie so upset? We're only drinking tonics out here.

Jim Crow
A generic name for the Negro
Jim Crow
Segregated between African Americans and Caucasians

A Jim Crow audience.

Jim Crow
That discriminates against African Americans
Jim Crow
A World War II code name for patrols along the British coastline to intercept enemy aircraft, originally intended to warn of invasion in 1940

flying cannon equipped Spitfires V’s mainly on ‘Jim Crow’ operations (operational Patrols along the home coastline intercepting any hostile aircraft and looking out for any invasion forces).

Jim Crow
Southern United States racist and especially segregationist policies in the late 1800s and early to mid 1900s, taken collectively
Jim Crow law
Nickname for any law which racially segregated public facilities and which was enacted in Southern and border states in the United States between 1876 and 1965
Jim Crow laws
plural form of Jim Crow law
Scotch crow
A hooded crow, Corvus cornix
as the crow flies
In a straight line distance between two locations, as opposed to the road distance or over land distance

It is 15 kilometers as the crow flies.

carrion crow
The American black vulture Coragyps atratus
carrion crow
The common European black crow Corvus corone
crew
A close group of friends

I'd look out for that whole crew down at Jack's.

crew
A member of a ship's company who is not an officer

There are quarters for three officers and five crew.

crew
A member of the crew of a vessel or plant

One crew died in the accident.

crew
To do the proper work of a sailor

The crewing of the vessel before the crash was deficient.

crew
A rowing team manning a single shell
crew
A group of people working together on a task

The crews competed to cut the most timber.

crew
To supply workers or sailors for a crew
crew
The group of workers on a dramatic production who are not part of the cast

The crews for different movies would all come down to the bar at night.

crew
Simple past tense and past participle of crow. To have made the characteristic sound of a rooster

It was still dark when the cock crew.

crew
A worker on a dramatic production who is not part of the cast

There were three actors and six crew on the set.

crew
A group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat or airplane

The crews of the two ships got into a fight.

crew
To be a member of a vessel's crew

The ship was crewed by fifty sailors.

crew
To take on, recruit (new) crew
crew
A set of individuals lumped together by the speaker
crew
A hip-hop group
crew
A pen for livestock such as chickens or pigs
crew
To be a member of a work or production crew

The film was crewed and directed by students.

crew
The sport of competitive rowing
eat crow
To recognize that one has been shown to be mistaken or outdone, especially by admitting that one has made a humiliating error

In political libel, furthermore, a public recanting by the vilifier is more likely to be believed by the public, for it is well known that no politician likes to eat crow unless he has to.

grey crow
A hooded crow, Corvus cornix
hooded crow
A grey and black Eurasian crow, Corvus cornix
rain crow
a colloquialism for the yellow-billed cuckoo (Coccyzus americanus)
crew
{n} a ship's company, set, mean assembly
holy crow
See: holy cow
Jim Crow
Jim Crow. a system of laws and practices in the US that separated black and white people in the past
Jim Crow
type of crowbar used to remove nails; official and traditional racial discrimination against blacks; (Offensive) black person
Jim Crow Law
legal racial discrimination against African-Americans
Jim Crow Law
Law that enforced racial segregation in the U.S. South between 1877 and the 1950s. The term, taken from a minstrel-show routine, became a derogatory epithet for African Americans. After Reconstruction, Southern legislatures passed laws requiring segregation of whites and "persons of colour" on public transportation. These later extended to schools, restaurants, and other public places. In 1954 the U.S. Supreme Court declared segregation in public schools unconstitutional in Brown v. Board of Education; later rulings struck down other Jim Crow laws
Russell Crow
{i} (born 1964) famous movie actor born in New Zealand
american crow
common crow of North America
as black as a crow
dark black in color, pitch-black
as the crow flies
in a direct line, straight across, in a bee-line
as the crow flies
by the shortest and most direct route; "it's 10 miles as the crow flies
carrion crow
A common European crow (Corvus corone) having glossy black plumage
carrion crow
{i} black crow found in western Europe; American black vulture
cock crow
call of a rooster; dawn
crew
Backstage team assisting in mounting a production
crew
The dealers who staff the craps table
crew
The personnel engaged on board ship, excluding the master and officers and the passengers on passenger ships
crew
People helping a competitor in the competition He must have GROUND CREW and may have FLIGHT CREW
crew
the team of men manning a racing shell
crew
the men who man a ship or aircraft
crew
Organized group of writers
crew
The rowers who make up the team in an Eight, Four, Pair, Double or Quad
crew
Collaboratory for Research on Electronic Work at the University of Michigan
crew
The three sliders who sit behind the driver in a four-man bobsled
crew
The company of seamen who man a ship, vessel, or at; the company belonging to a vessel or a boat
crew
If you crew a boat, you work on it as part of the crew. She was already a keen and experienced sailor, having crewed in both Merlin and Grayling There were to be five teams of three crewing the boat. a fully crewed yacht
crew
of Crow the men who man a ship or aircraft the team of men manning a racing shell serve as a crew member on
crew
an organized group of workmen
crew
(n ) See PRAM
crew
A crew is a group of people with special technical skills who work together on a task or project. a two-man film crew making a documentary
crew
(Also spelled KreW) A team of Knowledge Workers charged with supporting an event such as a DesignShop® process
crew
A predefined labor group that works as a whole at a given operation or on a specific job Used instead of reporting the individual personnel who did the work
crew
serve as a crew member on
crew
disapproval You can use crew to refer to a group of people you disapprove of. This crew of killers and life-wreckers are headed by the mad but cunning Nino Brown. = bunch, gang. to be part of the crew on a boat
crew
A member of a crew
crew
Your crew will normally consist of a professional captain and a gourmet chef ; Larger vessels will sometimes carry a stewardess and/or a deckhand who will help the captain and chef to take care of you
crew
The crew of a ship, an aircraft, or a spacecraft is the people who work on and operate it. The mission for the crew of the space shuttle Endeavour is essentially over The surviving crew members were ferried ashore
crew
the carpenter's crew; the boatswain's crew
crew
{i} group of people working together on an air or watercraft; team of people working together (i.e. on a stage, construction site, etc.); group of people on a rowing team
crew
A company of people associated together; an assemblage; a throng
crew
(Ticaret) A predefined labor group that works as a whole at a given operation or on a specific job. Used instead of reporting the individual personnel who did the work
crew
Applies to all personnel responsible for field activity
crew
The team of sailors that sails the yacht
crew
all the people who assist in the running of the show who are not highlighted on stage
crew
Artificial mission, to schedule down a crew on a priority bases
crew
team of people working on a film e g the director of photography (cameraman), lighting department etc
crew
{i} competitive sport of rowing in a racing shell
crew
The basic unit of a wildfire suppression force It normally consists of four to eight personnel
crew
(see CANOPY FORMATION) CUTAWAY: n Procedure where the jumper releases from the main parachute prior to activating the reserve parachute Used in the event of a main parachute malfunction to prevent an entanglement with the deploying reserve; in the event of a canopy entanglement with another jumper; and also in case the wind causes the canopy to drag a jumper after landing CUTAWAY HANDLE: Pillow or loop handle of a two-handled system, normally located on the jumpers right-side chest, used to initiate a cutaway Sometimes referred to as a three-ring release handle
crew
The crew consists of two, four or eight rowers, with the option of a cox
crew
(See Single Resource ) ---D--- DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY: A statement provided to the Incident Commander by the Agency Executive delegating authority and assigning responsibility The Delegation of Authority can include objectives, priorities, expectations, constraints, and other considerations or guidelines as needed Many agencies require written Delegation of Authority to be given to Incident Commanders prior to their assuming command on larger incidents
crew
A group of people operating a means of transport
crew
an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the same crowd"
crew
A group of people working on something
crew
A beer-drinking team-group e g crew on the dragon-boat
crew
In a quick-service restaurant, the employees required to run the restaurant for one shift
crew
The Manx shearwater
crew
In an extended sense, any small body of men associated for a purpose; a gang; as Naut
crew
means the marine personnel to crew the vessel as specified in clause 17 hereof
crew
To participate in a ships crew
crew
(Also spelled KreW) A team of Knowledge Workers charged with supporting an event such as a DesignShop
crowed
past of crow
crowing
an instance of boastful talk; "his brag is worse than his fight"; "whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade"
crowing
present participle of crow
crowing
exhibiting self-importance; "big talk"
crows
third-person singular of crow
crows
A tribe of Indians of the Dakota stock, living in Montana; also called Upsarokas
crows
plural of crow
eat crow
(Slang) "eat shit", suffer; be compelled to accept a humiliating defeat
fish crow
A crow (Corvus ossifragus) native to the coastal regions and rivers of the eastern United States
have a crow to pluck with someone
want to overcome obstacles, want to get past difficulties
hooded crow
{i} gray-bodied crow that has a black head and wings and tail
in a crow line
in a straight line
jim crow
a crowbar fitted with a claw for pulling nails
jim crow
produced in 1835 by T
jim crow
A negro; said to be so called from a popular negro song and dance, the refrain of which is "Wheel about and turn about and jump Jim Crow,"
jim crow
A negro; said to be so called from a popular negro song and dance, the refrain of which is "Wheel about and turn about and jump Jim Crow," produced in 1835 by T
jim crow
Rice, a famous negro minstrel
midden crow
The common European crow
piping crow
crow-sized black-and-white bird; a good mimic often caged
royston crow
See Hooded crow, under Hooded
sea crow
The razorbill
sea crow
The blackheaded pewit, and other gulls
sea crow
The coot
sea crow
The cormorant
sea crow
The chough
sea crow
The skua
the crow fable
well-known tale, famous story
water crow
The dipper
water crow
The European coot
white crow
type of bird; something rare, something uncommon
crow