bluff

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Englisch - Türkisch
blöf yapmak
{i} blöf

Tom'un blöf yaptığını biliyordum. - I knew Tom was bluffing.

Blöf yapmadığını nereden bileyim? - How do I know you're not bluffing?

kandırmaca
into ile
dobra
uçurum
{f} blöf yap

Blöf yapmadığını nereden bileyim? - How do I know you're not bluffing?

Tom'un blöf yaptığını biliyordum. - I knew Tom was bluffing.

basit
kaba saba
kurusıkı
(into ile) blöf yaparak kandırmak/ikna etmek
{s} tok sözlü
{s} içten
{f} kurusıkı atmak
blufflytok sözle
{i} kayalık
{s} sarp
{s} candan
bluffnesstok sözlülük
{s} açık sözlü
uçurum/blöf
{f} blöfle elde etmek
{s} sözünü esirgemeyen
açık
{i} sarp ve yüksek kıyı/kaya
kaba saba/basit/dik
bluff blöfle çık/blöf yap
{s} pervasız
{s} dik
bluff body
blöf vücut
bluff my way through
yutturmak
bluff, vaunt, bluster
blöf, övünmek, tehditler savurmak
bluff body
(Askeri) dik  gövde
bluff it out
blöf yaparak kurtulmak
blind man's bluff
körebe
blindman's bluff
Körebe: Gözleri bağlı olan ebenin, oyuna katılan öteki çocukları yakalamaya çalıştığı çocuk oyunu
blindman's bluff
blindman's blöf
call sb's bluff
blöfe meydan okumak
bluffer
{i} blöfçü
bluffer
(isim) blöfçü
bluffly
keskin bir biçimde
bluffly
kaba saba bir şekilde
bluffness
kaba sabalık
call bluff
(deyim) call someone's bluff birinin blöfüne karşı meydan okumak,"dediğini yapta göreyim"demeki
call smb.'s bluff
blöfe meydan okumak
call smb.'s bluff
blöfünü görmek
to bluff
blöf yapmak
to bluff
kandırmaca yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
An attempt to represent yourself as holding a stronger hand than you do

John's bet was a bluff, he bet without even so much as a pair.

Having a broad, flattened front; as, the bluff bows of a ship
Surly; churlish; gruff; rough

he had a bluff, rough-and-ready face, all roughened and reddened and lined in his long travels.

Rising steeply with a flat or rounded front
A high, steep bank, as by a river or the sea, or beside a ravine or plain; a cliff with a broad face
Abrupt; roughly frank; unceremonious; blunt; brusque; as, a bluff answer; a bluff manner of talking; a bluff sea captain
To make a bluff

John bluffed by betting without even a pair.

An act of bluffing; an expression of self-confidence for the purpose of intimidation; braggadocio; as, that is only bluff, or a bluff
A small wood or stand of trees, typically poplar or willow
{n} a steep bank or high bold shore
{a} big, large, swelled, surly, flustering
If you bluff, you make someone believe that you will do something when you do not really intend to do it, or that you know something when you do not really know it. Either side, or both, could be bluffing In each case the hijackers bluffed the crew using fake grenades. to pretend something, especially in order to achieve what you want in a difficult or dangerous situation (Probably from bluffen )
To make other players believe that one has a better hand than he/she might otherwise have by betting or raising when they do not have the best hand
If you call someone's bluff, you tell them to do what they have been threatening to do, because you are sure that they will not really do it. The Socialists have decided to call the opposition's bluff
a steep headland, promontory, river bank, or cliff
{f} deceive, swindle; mislead
very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front; "a bluff headland"; "where the bold chalk cliffs of England rise"; "a sheer descent of rock
To bet, raise or reraise with the worst hand, in hopes that the remaining players will fold Bluffing is pretending you have a big hand when you do not
frighten someone by pretending to be stronger than one really is
very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front; "a bluff headland"; "where the bold chalk cliffs of England rise"; "a sheer descent of rock"
{i} headland, cliff; deceit, deception
To act as in the game of bluff
To frighten or deter from accomplishing a purpose by making a show of confidence in one's strength or resources; as, he bluffed me off
A bluff is an attempt to make someone believe that you will do something when you do not really intend to do it. It is essential to build up the military option and show that this is not a bluff What we're at here is a game of bluff. see also double bluff
A game at cards; poker
{s} ascending steeply; simple and good-natured
a high steep bank (usually formed by river erosion) frighten someone by pretending to be stronger than one really is deceive an opponent by a bold bet on an inferior hand with the result that the opponent withdraws a winning hand bluntly direct and outspoken but good-natured; "a bluff but pleasant manner"; "a bluff and rugged natural leader"
the act of bluffing in poker; deception by a false show of confidence in the strength of your cards
deceive an opponent by a bold bet on an inferior hand with the result that the opponent withdraws a winning hand
An unvegetated high bank composed largely of unconsolidated deposits with a near-vertical face overlooking a body of water
(n ) An aggressive bid that has no chance of succeeding, usually made in order to induce an opponent to make a poor play (v ) to make such a bid
An act of bluffing; an expression of self- confidence for the purpose of intimidation; braggadocio; as, that is only bluff, or a bluff
a topographic feature such as a hill, cliff, or embankment with steep slopes (exceeding 18%) rising above the river corridor floodplain (see related but different definition for steep slopes)
To deter (an opponent) from taking the risk of betting on his hand of cards, as the bluffer does by betting heavily on his own hand although it may be of less value
A high, steep bank or cliff
bluntly direct and outspoken but good-natured; "a bluff but pleasant manner"; "a bluff and rugged natural leader"
the act of bluffing in poker; deception by a false show of confidence in the strength of your cards pretense that your position is stronger than it really is; "his bluff succeeded in getting him accepted"
a high steep bank (usually formed by river erosion)
pretense that your position is stronger than it really is; "his bluff succeeded in getting him accepted"
A high bank or bold headland, presenting a precipitous front; a steep cliff (Bates & Jackson 1984)
A bet with a weak hand (typically a busted hand), usually intended to get other players to fold
(a) Steep shore; (b) Full-bowed vessel
A bet with a weak hand (typically a busted hand), usually intended to get other players to fold A bluffing player usually has little or no chance of winning a showdown, but may suspect that other players will fold if they have not made strong hands either In limit play, bluffing is more often a good idea against weak, tight players, who may fold even if they think they have a chance of winning Bluffing is a bad idea against players who call too often, because it's unlikely to scare them out of the pot Bluffing is also a much more significant factor in pot-limit and no-limit play, where the bluffer can make calling an expensive proposition See also semi-bluff, represent, speeding, table cop, and advertising
A steep,high bank
bluff body
(Bilim, İlim) (aerospace engineering) A body having a broad, flattened front, as in some reentry vehicles
blind man's bluff
A game where one person is blindfolded and tries to touch the other players
blind man's bluff
Blind man's buff or blind man's bluff is a children's game, a variant of tag. The traditional name of the game is "blind man's buff", wherein the word buff is used in its older sense of a small push. The game later also became known as "blind man's bluff"; it is possible that this name is a linguistic corruption
blind man's bluff
(Oyunlar) Blind man's bluff or Blind man's buff is a children's game played in a spacious enclosed area, such as a large room, in which one player, designated as It, is either blindfolded or closes his or her eyes. The It player gropes around blindly and attempts to touch the other players without being able to see them, while the other players scatter and try to avoid and hide from the It player, sometimes teasing him/her to make him/her change direction. The game is a variant of tag
blindman's bluff
A group game in which a blindfolded player tries to catch and identify another player ― called also blindman's buff
blindman's bluff
a children's game in which a blindfolded player tries to catch and identify other players
bluffer
Comparative form of bluff: more bluff
bluffer
one who bluffs
call someone's bluff
To take action on the basis that another person is bluffing
double bluff
An action which is intended to be perceived as a bluff, but which is not
double-bluff
To trick someone by appearing to bluff, while not bluffing
post oak bluff
A type of bluff in no limit poker, where an individual bets a small amount to suggest that she has a strong hand and would like to be called
quadruple bluff
the next bluff in sequence after a double bluff and a triple bluff

2008: Clearly, Britain's only hope is that the whole story is part of an elaborate, black-ops quadruple bluff designed to lull Johnny Foreigner into a false sense of security over the apparently shambolic nature of our national defence system.L Mangan, Tuesday 23 September 2008 , The guardian, http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2008/sep/23/television.uksecurity.

quadruple bluff
To perform a quadruple bluff
semi-bluff
A type of bluff where the bluffer believes that the bluff has some chance of immediate success and also that he has some chance of improving his hand to win at a showdown
semi-bluff
To attempt a semi-bluff
triple bluff
An action which is intended to be perceived as a double bluff, but which is in fact merely a bluff
Pine Bluff
A city of southeast-central Arkansas south-southeast of Little Rock. Founded c. 1820 as Mount Marie, it was renamed in 1832. Population: 57,140
Scotts Bluff National Monument
National monument, western Nebraska, U.S. Established in 1919, it has an area of 5 sq mi (13 sq km). Its focus is a large bluff that rises 800 ft (244 m) above the North Platte River and was a prominent landmark on the Oregon Trail. A museum at the base of the bluff highlights the history of the pioneer travelers
adjective bluff 3
a bluff person, usually a man, is pleasant but very direct and does not always consider other people
bluffed
past of bluff
bluffer
a person who tries to bluff other people
bluffer
comparative of bluff
bluffer
{i} deceiver, one who bluffs or pretends
bluffest
superlative of bluff
bluffing
present participle of bluff
bluffly
in a blunt direct manner; "he spoke bluntly"; "he stated his opinion flat-out"; "he was criticized roundly
bluffly
In a bluff manner
bluffly
bluntly, in a straightforward manner, flat out
bluffness
The quality of being bluff
bluffness
good-natured frankness
bluffness
{i} good-natured honesty, pleasant frankness
bluffness
The quality or state of being bluff
bluffs
third-person singular of bluff
bluffs
plural of bluff
call one's bluff
ask to prove what someone is claiming; "John called Mary's bluff when she claimed she could prove the theorem in under an hour
double bluff
A double bluff is an attempt to deceive someone by telling them exactly what you intend to do when you know that they will assume you are lying. They suspected this was a double bluff on the part of Cairo Intelligence. a continual round of bluff and double bluff. an attempt to deceive someone by telling them the truth, hoping that they will think you are lying
pine bluff
a town in southeast central Arkansas on the Arkansas River
poplar bluff
a town in southeast Missouri
bluff
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