listen to the pronunciation of boomerang
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} geri tep

Bumerang havada ıslık çalarak fırlatıldı. - The boomerang hurtled whistling through the air.

{i} geri tepen plân
bumerang,v.geri tep: n.bumerang
{i} aleyhe dönen durum
{f} aleyhe dönmek
Avustralya yerlilerince silah olarak kullanılan ve ileri doğru fırlatılınca geri gelen eğri bir değnek
{f} geri tepmek
ortaya atanın aleyhine dönen durum veya plan
past of boomerang
boomerang geçmiş
Englisch - Englisch
To return to the starting point
To travel in a curved path

He said that to the horse as it boomeranged off again and broke away through the scrub.

A flat curved airfoil originally used in various parts of the world as hunting weapons or, in returnable types, for sports or training

Don't worry, boy, I know the trick, / And to you I'm gonna show it. / If you want your boomerang to come back, / Well first you've got to... throw it..

To return or rebound unexpectedly, especially when the result is undesired

Our future economic success depends on the economy growing faster than government spending. That's why raising taxes would boomerang. Economic growth would slow, revenues would decline, and the budget deficit would swell.

a curved piece of wood; when properly thrown will return to thrower return to the initial position from where it came; like a boomerang
If a plan boomerangs, its result is not the one that was intended and is harmful to the person who made the plan. The trick boomeranged, though He risks defeat in the referendum which he called, but which threatens to boomerang against him. = backfire. a curved stick that flies in a circle and comes back to you when you throw it, first used in Australia. if a plan or action boomerangs on someone, it affects them badly instead of the person who it was intended to affect. Curved throwing stick used chiefly by the aborigines of Australia for hunting and warfare. About 12-30 in. (30-75 cm) in length, the returning boomerang varies in shape from a deep curve to almost straight sides of an angle. The ends are twisted or skewed in opposite directions. It is held at one end, above and behind the thrower's shoulder, and swung forward rapidly. Just before release, the thrower adds spin by flicking the wrist so that the stick will loop around and return to him. Returning boomerangs were used only in eastern and western Australia as playthings, in tournament competition, and by hunters to imitate hawks for driving flocks of game birds into nets. The longer, straighter, and heavier nonreturning boomerang can kill animals and even humans
When thrown from the hand with a quick rotary motion, it describes very remarkable curves, according to the shape of the instrument and the manner of throwing it, often moving nearly horizontally a long distance, then curving upward to a considerable height, and finally taking a retrograde direction, so as to fall near the place from which it was thrown, or even far in the rear of it
It is usually a curved stick of hard wood, from twenty to thirty inches in length, from two to three inches wide, and half or three quarters of an inch thick
1 A coaster element that functions as a turnaround; the train heads back the way it came It consists of two inversions You enter the first inversion from the top, are flipped upside down, then righted to go through a low piece of track to come back up into another inversion, which is then exited back in the same general direction from which you came Identical to B&M's batwing and Vekoma's sidewinder 2A Vekoma Rollercoaster- This is the modern equivalant to the shuttle loop Manufactured by Vekoma, this 'off the shelf' coaster starts by having your train winched backwards up the lift, behind the station The winch is then disengaged, and you fall back down the same hill, through the station, through the inversion element described above, then a vertical loop You then engage the chain lift which takes you up a second hill where you are released to do it all over again, backwards! Often referred to simply as a "boomer "
{f} return to the place of origin, work like a boomerang
return to the initial position from where it came; like a boomerang
A millimeter-wave telescope and bolometric receiver system designed for long-duration balloon flights from Antarctica The instrument is being used to measure the the angular power spectrum of the CMB at degree and subdegree scales See Piacentini et al, ApJS 138, 315 (2002); and Crill et al, 2002 (in preparation) More details and updates on the current status of the project are available from http: //cmb PHYS cwru edu/boomerang/
From Tandem Couples, a Mini-Wave Box or the 2 x 2 T-Bone obtained from a Mini-Wave Box after Leaders 1/4 Out There are two slightly different definitions of Boomerang depending upon the starting formation From Tandem Couples: Leaders Zoom as Trailers Circulate and Trade Ends in Facing Couples From a Mini-Wave Box or other applicable 2 x 2 formations: Leaders Zoom as Trailers Scoot Back (Extend, Trade, and Extend) A Mini-Wave Box ends in a Mini-Wave Box This use of Boomerang can be fractionalized into halves
A boomerang is a curved piece of wood which comes back to you if you throw it in the correct way. Boomerangs were first used by the people who were living in Australia when Europeans arrived there
A boomerang is a gathering of members of the Escapees BOF, Boomers
Flat curved airfoil originally used in various parts of the world as hunting weapons or, in returnable types, for sports or training
A type of inversion with two half loops connected to each other Boomerang is also the term used by Vekoma to describe one of their shuttle coaster models Also see Batwing, Cobra Roll
There are two different meanings for this term A type of coaster manufactured by Vekoma It is a variation of the shuttle loop where you are hoisted up an incline, released and sent through the loading station into a semi-loop arrangement (as in definition 2 below) that inverts you twice, then into a vertical loop After this the train heads up another incline and stops The train is then pulled further up the second incline and released backwards, goes back through the loop and semi-loop and returns to the station An element used in a looping steel coaster that inverts you twice and also acts as a turnaround You enter going up and to the left, then the train twists upside down and follows through in an upright U-shape, you twist upside down and to the left again, exiting upright heading back in the direction you came from [Images: DRACHEN2 GIF]
a miscalculation that recoils on its maker
A boomerang is a inversion found on several Arrow mega loopers The element begins with a half corkscrew, and then a half loop The train than goes up a half loop, and another half corkscrew Boomerang may also refer to a popular Vekoma rollercoaster
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A very singular missile weapon used by the natives of Australia and in some parts of India
To turn back in mid-flight, due to bad weather at the landing site or mechanical problems
Mechanical color changer found in most followspots
a curved piece of wood; when properly thrown will return to thrower
{i} flat curved wooden missile which is designed to return to the thrower if hurled properly (developed by the Australian Aborigine); plan or remark which has unexpectedly negative results
boomerang baby
Alternative form of boomerang child
boomerang child
A young adult, especially a college graduate, who has returned to the parental home, especially from college due to unemployment
boomerang children
plural form of boomerang child
boomerang kid
A young adult who has moved back into the parental home after a period of independence

And if you have left the “parental nest,” do you plan to return home as a boomerang kid once you complete your studies?.

Attributive form of boomerang child

boomerang-child syndrome.

A boomerang
past of boomerang
present participle of boomerang
third-person singular of boomerang
plural of boomerang
returned like a boomerang
returned and hurt its sender, returned to injure its initiator