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Definition von a deer im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

deer
{i} geyik

Onlar geyikler ve tilkiler avladılar. - They hunted deer and foxes.

Geyik, yaşamı için kaçtı. - The deer ran for its life.

deer
sığn
deer
Dama dama musk deer misk keçisi
deer
deerhound büyük cins tazı
deer
fallow deer alageyik
deer
Moschu
deer
{i} (çoğ. deer) geyik; karaca
deer
meral
deer
deer park içinde geyik beslenilen koru
deer
karaca
deer
geyik benzeri hayvan
rascal
maskara
rascal
köftehor
rascal
alçak
rascal
kerata
rascal
yaramaz
rascal
hergele
rascal
namussuz
rascal
{i} alçak kimse
rascal
haydut
deer
geyikler
deer
(The deer) Geyikler
deer
deer fly ufak yeşilimsi birkaç çeşit atsineği
rascal
{i} ahlaksız
rascal
kerata/hergele
rascal
{i} afacan
rascal
çapkınlık
rascal
{i} alçak herif
rascal
{i} çapkın

Lanet çapkın! Gerçekten beni kandıracağını düşündün mü? - Damn rascal! Did you really think you were going to trick me?

rascal
(isim) ahlaksız, afacan, hovarda, kötülük eden kimse, alçak kimse, namussuz, rezil, hayta, alçak herif, çapkın, serseri, kerata
rascal
rascality alçaklık
rascal
{i} rezil
rascal
{i} kötülük eden kimse
Englisch - Englisch
rascal
deer
a ruminant mammal with antlers and hooves of the family Cervidae or one of several similar animals from related families of the order Artiodactyla

I wrecked my car after a deer ran across the road.

deer
The meat of such an animal

Oh I've never had deer before.

deer
Any animal, especially a mammal

But mice and rats and such small deer, have been Tom's food for seven long year. -Shakespeare, King Lear. Act III. Sc. IV.

deer
{n} a fine forest-animal hunted for venison
deer
Sitka blacktail; Southeast, Kodiak, Prince William Sound
deer
The antlered herbivores of the family Cervidæ Represented in the North Country by the Moose (Alces alces), the White Tail Deer (Odocoileus virginianus), and, farther north, the Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus)
deer
White-tailed deer and mule deer
deer
A ruminant of the genus Cervus, of many species, and of related genera of the family Cervidæ
deer
{i} any of a number of large hoofed mammals (usually the males have deciduous antlers)
deer
Their flesh, for which they are hunted, is called venison
deer
distinguished from Bovidae by the male's having solid deciduous antlers
deer
The males, and in some species the females, have solid antlers, often much branched, which are shed annually
deer
A deer is a large wild animal that eats grass and leaves. A male deer usually has large, branching horns. Word History: In various Middle English texts one finds a fish, an ant, or a fox called a der, the Middle English ancestor of our word deer. In its Old English form dēor, our word referred to any animal, including members of the deer family, and continued to do so in Middle English, although it also acquired the specific sense "a deer." By the end of the Middle English period, around 1500, the general sense had all but disappeared. Deer is a commonly cited example of a semantic process called specialization, by which the range of a word's meaning is narrowed or restricted. When Shakespeare uses the expression "mice and rats, and such small deer" for Edgar's diet in King Lear, probably written in 1605, we are not sure whether deer has the general or the specific sense. It is interesting to note that the German word Tier, the cognate of English deer, still has the general sense of "animal.". Any of the ruminants in the family Cervidae, which have two large and two small hooves on each foot and antlers on the males of most species and on the females of some species. Deer live mainly in forests but may be found in deserts, tundra, and swamps and on high mountainsides. They are native to Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and northern Africa and have been introduced widely elsewhere. Females are usually called does, and males bucks. Deer range in shoulder height from the 12-in. (30-cm) pudu (genus Pudu) to the 6.5-ft (2-m) moose. They typically have a compact body, short tail, and long, slender ears. They shed their antlers each year, and new ones grow in. The general form of the antler varies among species. Deer feed on grass, twigs, bark, and shoots. They are hunted for their meat, hides, and antlers. See also caribou, elk, mule deer, muntjac, red deer, roe deer, white-tailed deer. mouse deer barking deer deer mouse mule deer red deer roe deer white tailed deer Virginia deer
deer
Any animal; especially, a wild animal
a deer

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