listen to the pronunciation of bait
Englisch - Türkisch

Sanırım oltaya yeni bir yem takmamın zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to put new bait on the hook.

Bu kulübün bir üyesi kalmak istiyorsanız balık tutmak ya da yem kesmek zorundasınız. - If you want to stay a member of this club, you have to fish or cut bait.

{i} olta yemi
{f} yemlemek
kapan yemi
kasten kızdırmak
istek uyandıran şey
oltaya ya da tuzağa yem koymak
dikkati çeken şey
{i} mola
{i} cezbetme
{f} yem takmak
{i} kandırma
{f} cezbetmek
{f} yem köy
{i} cezbeden şey
{f} rahatsız etmek
{f} kızdırmak
{f} canını sıkmak
olta yemi,v.yem koy: n.yem
{f} sözlerle eziyet etmek
{f} köpek saldırtmak
olta veya tuzak yemi ile cezbetmek
üzerine köpek saldırtmak eziyet etmek
dikkat çeken şey/yem
{f} kandırmak
olta veya kapan için yem
kızdır/yem koy
oltaya veya kapana yem koymak
taciz etmek
yem koymak
eziyet etmek
bait and switch
(Bilgisayar) kuş kapanı
bait and switch
yem ve anahtar
bait and switch
Bir ürünün çok düşük fiyatla reklam edilip, müşterinin cezbedilmesi, sonra benzer bir ürünün daha pahalıya satılması şeklinde bir satış taktiği
bait ball
Toplanıp bir araya gelerek, top şeklinde balık sürüsü
bait fish
(Denizbilim) yem balığı
bait stocking area
(Askeri) yem depolama alanı
artificial bait
bite the bait
oltaya takılmak
ground bait
balıkları çekmek için suya atılan yem
ground bait
oltasız yem
live bait
canlı yem
raise to the bait
(Konuşma Dili) gaza gelmek
raise to the bait
(Konuşma Dili) dolduruşa gelmek
rise to the bait
(deyim) dolduruşa gelmek
rise to the bait
oyuna gelmek
swallow the bait
zokayı yutmak
a bait
bir yem
flame bait
alev yem
jail bait
hapis yem
raise to the bait
gaza gelmek. "2. golden sonra bütün tribün gaza geldi daha gür bağırmaya başladı. "
white bait
beyaz yem
{i} rahatsız eden kimse
kızdıran kimse
{i} konaklama
{i} rahatsız etme
{i} canını sıkma
{i} mola
{i} kızdırma
be bait for
yem olmak
fish or cut bait
{k} bir şeyi yapmak ya da ondan tamamıyla vazgeçmek: You must either fish or cut bait! Ya bu deveyi güdersin, ya da bu diyardan gidersin!
put out the bait
yem takmak
set out the bait
yem takmak
spoon bait
kaşık şeklinde balık yemi
spoon bait
kaşık zoka
take the bait
oltaya gelmek
take the bait
tuzağa düşmek
Englisch - Englisch
To feed and water (a horse or other animal), especially during a journey

And than they com into a lowe medow that was full of swete floures, and there thes noble knyghtes bayted her horses.

To intentionally annoy, torment, or threaten by constant rebukes or threats; to harass
Anything which allures; a lure; enticement; temptation
To set dogs on (an animal etc.) to bite or worry; to attack with dogs, especially for sport
To attract with bait; to entice
To affix bait to a fishing hook or fishing line
Food containing poison or a harmful additive to kill animals that are pests
A portion of food or drink, as a refreshment taken on a journey; also, a stop for rest and refreshment
A light or hasty luncheon
Any substance, especially food, used in catching fish, or other animals, by alluring them to a hook, snare, trap, or net
{i} decoy, lure; enticement, seduction
{v} to put on a bait, give or take refreshments, set dogs upon, clap
{n} a temptation, meat to allure, refreshment
If you bait a hook or trap, you put bait on it or in it. He baited his hook with pie The boys dug pits and baited them so that they could spear their prey
A formulation, including attractants, toxicants, and/or mechanical devices used as a lure for killing pests or for sampling populations
means any substance that attracts fish by scent or flavour and includes a lure to which scent or flavouring has been added (see Fishing with Bait in the General Regulations section)
food placed on a hook or in a net, trap, or fishing area to entice fish or other animals as prey An object or organism used to attract an animal; live fish are attached to hooks and used as bait in the tuna fishery
If you take the bait, you react to something that someone has said or done exactly as they intended you to do. The expression rise to the bait is also used, mainly in British English. When she attempts to make you feel guilty, don't take the bait. Variant of bate
attack with dogs or set dogs upon
To stop to take a portion of food and drink for refreshment of one's self or one's beasts, on a journey
something used to lure victims into danger anything that serves as an enticement attack with dogs or set dogs upon lure, entice, or entrap with bait
The basic format of the yeast-two hybrid system involves the creation of two hybrid molecules, one in which the "bait" protein is fused with a transcription factor, and one in which the "prey" protein is fused with a related transcription factor If the bait and prey proteins indeed interact then the two factors fused to these two proteins are also brought into proximity with each other As a result a specific signal is produced, indicating an interaction has taken place [CHI Proteomics report]
to harass or torment for sport; as, to bait a bear with dogs; to bait a bull
harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
in virus detection, a file which is deliberately exposed to be infected
Something used to lure any wildlife resource It is unlawful to use gamefish or any part thereof as bait
lure, entice, or entrap with bait
To furnish or cover with bait, as a trap or hook
To provoke and harass; esp
To flap the wings; to flutter as if to fly; or to hover, as a hawk when she stoops to her prey
Derived from 'blatant', it is used in place of the word For example, "You're baitly wrong " You always emphasize the 'bait' above any other word in the sentence
Any substance, esp
{f} place bait on a hook or trap; tempt, lure, entice; badger, tease, harass
To use something as bait means to use it to trick or persuade someone to do something. Service stations use petrol as a bait to lure motorists into the restaurants and other facilities Television programmes are essentially bait to attract an audience for advertisements
If you bait someone, you deliberately try to make them angry by teasing them. He delighted in baiting his mother. = needle
Bait is food which you put on a hook or in a trap in order to catch fish or animals
anything that serves as an enticement
Items used to induce fish to bite a hook
To give a portion of food and drink to, upon the road; as, to bait horses
food, used in catching fish, or other animals, by alluring them to a hook, snare, inclosure, or net
Food or other material that is put on a hook to lure or trap a fish or other animal
something used to lure victims into danger
bait and switch
Any similar deceptive behavior, especially in politics and romantic relationships
bait and switch
An unscrupulous and sometimes illegal sales technique, in which an inexpensive product is advertised to attract prospective customers who are then told by sales personnel that the inexpensive product is unavailable or of poor quality and are instead urged to buy a more expensive product

Seereeram and other critics say it was a sort of bait and switch. Citibank met with Trintomar three times in the spring of 1992 to pitch its original $66 million refinancing proposal, and in a letter dated Sept. 9, Trintomar asked for a formal proposal. The next day, Citibank sent a letter outlining the extra $96.5 million loan in several pages of eye-glazing detail.

bait box
A small box, in which poison is kept, with space for small animals e.g. rats to eat from
bait box
a box used to keep bait
bait car
A vehicle used as a decoy by police to help apprehend car thieves, often equipped to be tracked by GPS and to be disabled remotely

The whole premise behind the police department's bait car program is to entice an auto thief to take the rigged automobile and get caught.

bait dog
A dog that is used to test another dog's fighting instinct. The "bait" is mauled or killed in the process
Relating to use of bait and switch (offering one attractive exchange initially, but not honoring the offer) in business, politics, and elsewhere

Despite Healy's argument that the Liberty Fund would go to worthwhile causes, many felt the Red Cross had deliberately misled donors by using September 11th in a bait-and-switch ploy.

bait and switch
The ploy of offering a person something desirable to gain favor (as political support) then thwarting expectations with something less desirable
bait and switch
A sales tactic in which a customer is attracted by the advertisement of a low-priced item but is then encouraged to buy a higher-priced one
bait and switch
A sales tactic in which a bargain-priced item is used to attract customers who are then encouraged to purchase a more expensive similar item
bait and switch
a deceptive way of selling that involves advertising a product at a very low price in order to attract customers who are then persuaded to switch to a more expensive product
bait car
car which the police places as bait and uses it in order to allure and tempt car thieves into stealing it
bait casting
the single-handed rod casting of a relatively heavy (artificial) bait
The provision of one page for a search engine or directory and a different page for other user agents at the same URL Various methods can be used, e g Agent Name Delivery or IP Delivery
Submitting one page to a search engine, and switching it with another after search engine spider it
An illegal practice by which a dealership offers a vehicle at a very low price that is not actually available, then presses a customer to purchase a more expensive vehicle
Oscar bait
A film perceived to be designed at least partially in order to win an Academy Award
Agent noun of bait; one who baits, as with a fishhook

When baiting the hooks, the baiter also straightens any bent hooks, replaces worn or damaged ganglions or hooks, and untangles snarls in the line.

Someone in an Internet discussion group who deliberately posts aggravating messages on a message board
A bloodsport involving the act of worrying or tormenting a chained or confined animal by setting dogs upon it
The act of luring, as into a trap
fish or cut bait
To choose between taking action now, or forgoing the opportunity and putting that energy into another endeavor; to decide

It's time to fish or cut bait: either we buy this house now, or we must start looking for another one.

flame bait
a deliberately provocative posting intended to start a flame war
To engage in race baiting
shark bait
Swimmer who is furthest from shore

1912: It might be only some foolhardy 'shark baiter' as he heard the more adventuresome of the bathers called. — Arther Wright, Rung In, pages 34-5. (Quoted in A dictionary of Australian Colloquialisms by G. A. Wilkes.).

{a} having a bait, fed, attacked, fet on
{s} lured, enticed; badgered, bothered, teased
past of bait
One who baits; a tormentor
{i} trapper; oppressor, persecutor
{i} persecuting, harassing, teasing
harassment especially of a tethered animal
The act to worry or torment a chained or confined animal by setting dogs upon it for sport
present participle of bait
plural of bait
third-person singular of bait
fish or cut bait
{f} start the main assignment or continue with the preparations
flame bait
provocative message on newsgroups, message to a newsgroup having bold contents which incite readers
ground bait
bait scattered on the water to attract fish
ground bait
food that you throw onto a river, lake etc when you are fishing in order to attract fish
live bait
living worms or tiny living fish used as bait
swallow the bait
be tricked by a decoy, fall into a trap
swallowed the bait
believed the story, believed the lie to be true