a bouncer

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Definition von a bouncer im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

bouncer
{i} fedai

Tom bir gece kulübünde bir fedai olarak çalışır. - Tom works as a bouncer in a nightclub.

Fedai onun içeri girmesine izin vermedi. - The bouncer wouldn't let him in.

bumper
{i} tampon

Tom'un arabası tamponunda büyük bir göçük olduğu için kolaylıkla tanınabilir. - Tom's car is easily recognizable since there is a big dent in the front bumper.

Trafik çok yoğundu. Arabalar tampon tampona dizilmişti. - The traffic was very heavy. The cars were lined up bumper to bumper.

bouncer
(Tarih) serdengeçti
bouncer
goril
bumper
alışılandan çok daha bol
bouncer
(konakçı/gazino/vb.yerlerde) fedai
bouncer
müşterileri atmakla görevli adam
bumper
(oto) tampon
bouncer
{i} zıplayan kimse veya şey
bouncer
{i} martaval
bouncer
palavracı
bouncer
fedai/hızlı top/zıplayan
bouncer
martavalcı kimse
bouncer
gece külüb v
bouncer
dili martaval
bouncer
büyük şey
bouncer
zıplayan bir şey veya kimse
bouncer
fedaisi
bumper
{i} oto. tampon
bumper
mebzul
bumper
ağzına kadar dolu kadeh veya bardak
bumper
{i} ağzına kadar dolu kadeh
bumper
{i} mahmuz
bumper
alışılandan çok dahabumper crop bereketli mahsul
bumper
{i} bereketli şey
bumper
{i} ağzına kadar dolu kadeh/bardak
bumper
tampon/dolu bardak
Englisch - Englisch
bumper
bouncer
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