ant

listen to the pronunciation of ant
Englisch - Türkisch
karınca

Karıncaların yaşamını önemsiz sayma. - Don't think little of the ants' lives.

Bu karınca kraliçedir; kanatları olduğunu görmüyor musun? - This ant is the queen; don't you see she has wings?

karışka
kumurska
flying ant kanatlı karınca
Formica sanguinea
(isim) karınca
red ant kızıl karınca
stinging ant karaiğne
ant bird
karınca kuşu
ant lion
kumurska aslanı
ant lion
karınca aslanı
ant-hill
kumurska yuvası
ant at a picnic
(deyim) Can sıkıcı, isteksiz, mızmız, karamsar kişi
ant bear
karıncayiyen
ant eater
karıncayiyen
ant eater
karınca yiyen
ant hill
Karıncaların kurduğu tepe şeklinde yuva
ant lion
karınca aslan
ant shrike
karınca örümcekkuşu
ant-eater
karıncayiyen
ant bear
(isim) karıncayiyen
white ant
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) divik
white ant
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) beyaz karınca
amazon ant
amazon karıncası
army ant
karınca ordusu
little black ant
küçük siyah karınca
wood ant
ağaç karıncası
ant to
to ant
atom ant
Atom Karınca: Hanna-Barbera tarafından 1965 yılında yaratılan çizgi film karakteri ve aynı adlı serinin adı. Atom Karınca şehir halinde bir karınca kolonisinde yaşamakta ve kötülerle mücadele ederken uçabilmektedir. Süper hızlı ve süper güçlüdür. Atom Karınca şehrin polisi ile işbirliği içindedir
driver ant
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Asker karınca
fire ant
ateş karınca
black ant
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) karakarınca
decongest ant
kan toplanmasını giderici ilaç
furry ant
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kürklü karınca
not to hurt an ant
karıncayı bile incitmemek
queen ant
{i} kraliçe karınca
queen ant
(isim) kraliçe karınca
white ant
akkarınca, termit
Türkisch - Türkisch
Yemin
Tanrı'yı veya kutsal bilinen bir kişiyi, bir şeyi tanık göstererek bir olayı doğrulama, yemin
Kendi kendine söz verme, ahit
Yakın akraba
Kendi kendine söz verme
Düşmanca
ant kardeşi
bakınız: kan kardeşi
Englisch - Englisch
Aids to Navigation Team, as used in the United States Coast Guard
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A diminutive of the male given name Anthony
Any of various insects in the family Formicidae in the order Hymenoptera, typically living in large colonies composed almost entirely of flightless females
{n} a small industrious insect, a pismire
Antenna, either retractable, 1", 3", 6" rubber flex, stubby
A Java-based, and thus cross-platform, build tool that can be extended using Java classes The configuration files are XML-based, calling out a target tree where various tasks get executed
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Ant is an amazingly useful tool for building, testing, deploying, and managing Java-based projects It replaces make as the tool of choice for building projects, as well as providing an excellent cross-platform utility for basic programming-task-related scripting We have used it on dozens of projects and can't live without it If you use no other Open Source tools, use Ant Related Ant reading
social insect living in organized colonies; characteristically the males and fertile queen have wings during breeding season; wingless sterile females are the workers
Ant is a make-like utility We endorse the use of Ant because it supports platform independence and it is easy to use In this tutorial we introduce Ant in the Trail02_GettingStarted trail We go into more detail in Trail05_Developing Components We provide several Ant examples in our demo applications and we provide an Ant template to use should you want help in making your own Ant build file
Antenna
(Heb nemalah, from a word meaning to creep, cut off, destroy), referred to in Prov 6: 6; 30: 25, as distinguished for its prudent habits Many ants in Palestine feed on animal substances, but others draw their nourishment partly or exclusively from vegetables To the latter class belongs the ant to which Solomon refers This ant gathers the seeds in the season of ripening, and stores them for future use; a habit that has been observed in ants in Texas, India, and Italy
n semut
diminutive of Anthony
A one-hundred-percent Java based build tool that is used to compile, assemble, and run applications Instead of the traditional model where build envionrments are extended with shell-based commands, Ant is extended using Java classes Instead of writing shell commands, the configuration files are XML-based, calling out a target tree where various tasks get executed Each task is run by an object that implements a particular Task interface Ant is open-source and is an offering of the Apache Group Visit Ant's official web site for more information See Also Java
Mot
between the first and second molar
{i} small insect which lives in large communities
Ants are small crawling insects that live in large groups. Antarctica. antonym. Any member of approximately 8,000 species of the social insect family Formicidae. Ants are found worldwide but are especially common in hot climates. They range from 0.1 to 1 in. (2-25 mm) long and are usually yellow, brown, red, or black. Ants eat both plant and animal substances; some even "farm" fungi for food, cultivating them in their nests, or "milk" aphids. Ant colonies consist of three castes (queens, males, and workers, including soldiers) interacting in a highly complex society paralleling that of the honeybees. Well-known ant species are the carpenter ants of North America, the voracious army ants of tropical America, and the stinging fire ant
A contraction for are and am not; also used for is not; now usually written ain't
- ent
A suffix sometimes marking the agent for action; as, merchant, covenant, servant, pleasant, etc
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A hymenopterous insect of the Linnæan genus Formica, which is now made a family of several genera; an emmet; a pismire
See Anti-, prefix
ant bear
giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)
ant bear
aardvark (Orycteropus afer)
ant bears
plural form of ant bear
ant beetle
A species of beetle that resembles a large ant, Thanasimus formicarius
ant rattan
Any species of rattan frequently inhabited by ants, especially Korthalsia scaphigera
ant-
A variant form of anti- used before a vowel
ant-bear
Alternative spelling of ant bear
ant-hill
A mound-shaped nest built or inhabited by ants or termites
ant at a picnic
(deyim) Used to describe someone who is bothersome, reluctant, and/or pessemistic. (As heard on Family Guy)
Ant bird
any of various dull-colored South American birds that feeding on ants some following army ant swarms
Ant cow
excretes a honeylike substance eaten by ants
Ant thrush
a kind of antbird
ant bear
nocturnal burrowing mammal of the grasslands of Africa that feeds on termites; sole extant representative of the order Tubulidentata
ant bear
large shaggy-haired toothless anteater with long tongue and powerful claws; of South America
ant bear
{i} anteater, type of animal with a long nose which eats ants
ant bear
A large anteater (Myrmecophaga jubata), native to South America and characterized by white stripes that run along both sides of its body
ant bird
See Ant bird, under Ant, n
ant cow
An aphid that yields a honeylike substance on which ants feed
ant cow
Any aphid from which ants obtain honeydew
ant egg
One of the small white egg-shaped pupæ or cocoons of the ant, often seen in or about ant-hills, and popularly supposed to be eggs
ant hill
soil heaped up by ants around their nest opening
ant lion
winged insect resembling a dragonfly; the larvae (doodlebugs) dig conical pits where they wait to catch e
ant lion
the larva of an ant lion or of any of several other insects
ant lion
ants
ant lion
winged insect resembling a dragonfly; the larvae (doodlebugs) dig conical pits where they wait to catch e g ants
ant lion
insect which feeds on ants, insect which digs a pit and lies in wait for ants and other insects
ant shrike
antbirds superficially resembling shrikes
ant thrush
See Ant bird, under Ant
ant thrush
One of several species of tropical birds, of the Old World, of the genus Pitta, somewhat resembling the thrushes, and feeding chiefly on ants
ant-
Variant of anti-
-ant
The agent noun derived from verb
-ant
An adjective derived from a verb
-ant
An adjective corresponding to a noun in -ance
army ant
A tropical nomadic ant, of the subfamily Dorylinae, that preys on other insects
army-ant
Attributive form of army ant

army-ant ferocity.

black garden ant
A small (3mm to 5 mm) species of ant common in Europe, Lasius niger
bull ant
Myrmecia brevinoda
bullet ant
a stinging ant, of the genus Paraponera, native to Central and South America
carpenter ant
any of several large ants, of the genus Camponatus, found in North America and northern China, that build nests in dead wood
fire ant
Any of several red or yellow North American ants, of the genus Solenopsis, that can inflict a harsh sting
honey-pot ant
a type of ant from Australia known for its huge inflated amber coloured abdomen
leaf-cutter ant
Any of the 41 species of ants in the genera Atta and Acromyrmex, that cut fragments from leaves and takes them to its colony's nest
leaf-cutting ant
A leaf-cutter ant
leafcutter ant
Alternative spelling of leaf-cutter ant
pharaoh ant
A species of ant, Monomorium pharaonis, native to the United States but introduced elsewhere
piss ant
A wood ant (from the smell of its nest), or an ant belonging to one of various other small species
piss ant
Alternative spelling of pissant
red ant
See red, ant
red ant
The European red ant (common red ant), (Myrmica rubra)
red ant
The European red wood ant, (Formica polyctena or Formica pratensis)
red ant
The Pharaoh ant, (Monomorium pharaonis)
red ant
The red imported fire ant, (Solenopsis invicta), native to South America, but broadly invasive
red ant
The red harvester ant, (Pogonomyrmex barbatus), native to southwestern US
red ant
The red bull ant, (Myrmecia gulosa)
thief ant
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white-ant
To bring down from within; to undermine

If someone undermines you at work you might say they were white-anting you.

atom ant
Atom Ant is a cartoon ant and superhero, created by Hanna-Barbera in 1965. His name may have been derived from adamant, which gives indication towards his great strength (exceeding the "50 times his own weight" lifting capacity ants are often said to have). Atom costarred in The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show (sharing top billing with Secret Squirrel)
An ant
mire
An ant
emmet
An ant
pismire
An ant
pissant
Go to the ant
take the industriousness of the ant as an example
amazon ant
small reddish slave-making ant species
ants
formicidae
ants
plural of ant
ants
Antenna Subsystem
ants
Ants can come into your home through tiny cracks in search of food They can leave behind a long lasting and invisible scent trail for the rest of the colony to follow Do-it-yourself sprays just kill the ants you see, and if you don't find the nest and eliminate the queen they are soon back on the trail Pest-Pro can rid you of these pests once and for all!
ants
active node transport system
army ant
Any of various rapacious tropical ants of the family Formicidae that move in swarms and that subsist on other insects. Also called driver ant, legionary ant
army ant
tropical nomadic ant that preys mainly on other insects
army ant
{i} swarming tropical ant that exists on other insects
bulldog ant
any of the large fierce Australian ants of the genus Myrmecia
carpenter ant
ant that nests in decaying wood in which it bores tunnels for depositing eggs
carpenter ant
Any of various large ants of the genus Camponotus that nest in and are destructive to wood
fire ant
{i} omnivorous ant that causes a painful burning sting found in South America and the southern United States
fire ant
omnivorous ant of tropical and subtropical America that can inflict a painful sting
fire ant
Any of several ants of the genus Solenopsis, especially S. geminata or S. saevissima of the southern United States and tropical America, that build large mounds and can inflict a painful sting. a type of insect that lives in groups. They build large piles of earth to live in, and can give a very painful bite. Any of a genus (Solenopsis) of insects in the ant family, several species of which are common in southern North America. They are red or yellowish and can inflict a severe sting. The semipermanent nest consists of a loose mound with open craters for ventilation. The workers (see caste) are notorious for damaging planted grain and attacking poultry
go to the ant thou sluggard
instead of continuing to be lazy model yourself after the industrious ant
little black ant
tiny glossy black ant; nests outdoors but invades houses for food
pharaoh ant
small red ant of warm regions; a common household pest
pharaoh ant
A tiny, yellowish-red ant (Monomorium pharaonis) that infests human dwellings throughout the world
piss-ant
piss·ant an offensive word for an annoying person with a weak character
queen ant
{i} ant that lays all the eggs in the anthill, ant that will fenerally fly to a new place to start a new colony by herself
sanguinary ant
slave-making ant widely distributed over the northern hemisphere
sauba ant
A South American ant (Œcodoma cephalotes) remarkable for having two large kinds of workers besides the ordinary ones, and for the immense size of its formicaries
sauba ant
The sauba ant cuts off leaves of plants and carries them into its subterranean nests, and thus often does great damage by defoliating trees and cultivated plants
slave ant
any of various ants captured as larvae and enslaved by another species
slave ant
worker ant, ant which serves the queen ant
slave ant
An ant captured and raised as a worker by slave-making ants
slave-making ant
an ant that attacks colonies of other ant species and carries off the young to be reared as slaves
velvet ant
a solitary wasp of the family Mutillidae; the body has a coat of brightly colored velvetly hair and the females are wingless
velvet ant
Any of various brightly colored wasps of the family Mutillidae, the females of which are wingless and have a coat of velvety hair
white ant
termite
wood ant
reddish-brown European ant typically living in anthills in woodlands
worker-ant
ant that serves the queen ant, drone
ant

    Türkische aussprache

    änt

    Synonyme

    emmet, pismire

    Aussprache

    /ˈant/ /ˈænt/

    Etymologie

    [ ant ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English ǣmette from Proto-Germanic *amaitjo (“biting-thing”). Cognate with German Ameise. The Middle English form was amte; a parallel development, emete, is represented by archaic modern English emmet.

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