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Englisch - Türkisch
yağ çekme
{i} yaltaklanma
{f} yağ çekmek
{i} yağcılık
{i} dalkavukluk
{i} dil dökme
{f} yaltaklanmak
blarney stone
öpenlere yağcılık yeteneği veren taş (İrl.)
Englisch - Englisch
To beguile with flattery
Persuasive flattery or kind speech. The ability to tell a man to go to hell, in such a way as he will look forward to the trip
Ability to talk constantly
Mindless chatter

He is full of blarney.

disapproval Blarney is things someone says that are flattering and amusing but probably untrue, and which you think they are only saying in order to please you or to persuade you to do something. pleasant but untrue things that you say to someone in order to trick or persuade them (Blarney Stone, large piece of stone in Blarney Castle, Ireland which is said to give skill in flattery to people who kiss it). Village (pop., 1995 est.: 3,000), County Cork, Ireland. Situated northwest of the city of Cork, it is famous as the site of Blarney Castle ( 1446). Below the battlements on the southern castle wall is the Blarney Stone, which in local legend is said to make anyone who kisses it proficient in blarney (smooth, flattering talk)
Smooth, wheedling talk; flattery
to use blarney
influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering; "He palavered her into going along"
{f} flatter; wheedle
{i} flattery, blandishment; nonsense, insincere talk
flattery designed to gain favor
To influence by blarney; to wheedle with smooth talk; to make or accomplish by blarney
Blarney Stone
A stone set in to the upper wall of Blarney Castle in Ireland, which if kissed is supposed to bestow the gift of the gab or blarney
Blarney Stone
the Blarney Stone a stone in the wall of Blarney Castle in Ireland. People believe that if you kiss it, it will bring you good luck, and the ability to persuade people to do what you want
blarney stone
a stone in a castle in Ireland that is said to impart skill in flattery to anyone who kisses it