bull

listen to the pronunciation of bull
Englisch - Türkisch
boğa

Grup, yaklaşmakta olan parti hakkında konuşmak için bir boğa oturumu planlıyordu. - The group was planning a bull session to talk about the upcoming party.

Boğayı boynuzlarıyla satın almalısın. - You must take the bull by the horns.

öküz [(Astronomi) ]
boğa [(Astronomi) ]
piyasayı yükseltmek borsa
(Ticaret) boğa piyasası
{i} spekülatör
borsacı
erkek fil
polis

Birçok polis arabalarının kurşungeçirmez camları olmadığını duydum. - I've heard that most police cars don't have bulletproof glass.

Polis Tom'u alınının ortasındaki bir kurşun deliğiyle yerde yatarken buldu. - The police found Tom lying on the floor with a bullet hole in the middle of his forehead.

sakçı
aynasız
çamyarması
zırva
saçma

Her şeyde olduğu gibi, bu videodan yararlı olan her türlü bilgeliği alın, ve saçmalığı atın. - As with all things, take from this video any wisdom that is useful, and discard the bullshit.

Yaratılışçılık saçmalıktır. - Creationism is bullshit.

bull calf erkek buzağı
bull market borsada fiyatların devamlı yükselişi
boğa gibi kimse
{i} argo saçma, zırva
diğer bazı hayvanların erkeği
{i} gaf
{s} erkek gibi
Boğa burcu
boğa burcu [(Astronomi) ]
{s} kafasının dikine giden
öküz burcu [(Astronomi) ]
kocaman er
{i} papanın yazdığı resmi mektup
öküz takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
buldok cinsi köpek
{f} spekülasyon yapmak
{i} aptalca hata
{f} hisselerin değerini yükseltmek
boğa takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
vurguncu kimse
{i} kocaman erkek hayvan
{f} piyasayı yükseltmek (borsa)
Boğa takımyıldızı
Öküz burcu
Öküz takımyıldızı
Öküz
çam yarması
bull fighting
boğa güreşi
bull ray
(Denizbilim) folya balığı
bull ray
(Denizbilim) fulya
bull session
yarenlik
bull session
söyleşi
bull's eye
tam isabet
bull's eye
(Askeri) küçük pencere
bull’s eye
(Otomotiv) yansıtıcı
bull’s eye
(Otomotiv) ışıldak
bull’s eye
(Otomotiv) reflektör
bull fiddle
bas
bull market
borsa fiyatlarının yükselmesi
bull pine
akçam
bull pine
çıralı çam
bull session
erkek arkadaş toplantısı
bull terrier
bulteriyer
bull terrier
bulteryer cinsi köpek
bull the market
borsa piyasasını yükseltmek
bull wheel
sondaj çarkı
bull's eye
nişan tahtasının ortası
bull's eye arch
daire kemer
bull's eye squall
fırtına gözü
bull's-eye
hedef merkezi
bull's-eye
küçük pencere
bull's-eye
lomboz
bull bars
boğa çubukları
bull calf
Erkek buzağı
bull fight
boğa mücadele
bull headed
boğa başlı
bull horn
boğa boynuzu
bull in a china shop
(deyim) Sakar, dikkatsiz, ortalığı kırıp döken kişi
bull nose
boğa burun
bull pen
kodes
bull shark
boğa köpekbalığı
bull's eye
Tam isabet! (Bir şeye tam isabet ettirdiğimizde söylenir)
bull's eye
Büyük, yuvarlak, nane aromalı bir tür şekerleme
bull's eye
Oyun ve sairede tam vurmak/isabet ettirmek istediğiniz yer, hedefin merkezi, nisan alınan yer
bull-fighters
boğa savaşçıları
bull baiting
boğanın köpeklerle dövüştürülmesi
bull float
uzun kollu iri perdah malası
bull gear
fener dişli
bull pen
yedek oyuncu klubesi
bull tensioner
kayış gergi kasnağı
bull trap
keriz silkeleme
bull trap
keriz silkelemek
bull welding
uçuca kaynak yapma
bull's eye
kısa odaklı mercek
bull's eye
hedef merkezi
bull's eye
kamara penceresi
bull's eye
kamarada yuvarlak pencere
bull's eye
büyük ve yuvarlak şekerleme
bull's eye
hedefin merkezi
bull's eye
mercek
bull's eye
lomboz
bull's eye powder
(Askeri) fişek barutu
bull's eye powder
(Askeri) FİŞEK BARUTU: Hafif ateşli silah mühimmatında sevk barutu olarak kullanılan adi cins barut
bull's regime
(Tıp) Geçici üremi tedavisinde, mide yoluyla hastaya glikoz ve yerfıstığı yağı verilmesi
bullish
(Ticaret) boğa piyasası
shoot the bull
palavra atmak
John Bull
ingiliz milleti
american pit bull terrier
amerikan teryeri
bullish
boğaya benzeyen
cock and bull story
uydurma laf
cock and bull story
uydurma masal
cock and bull story
martaval
hit the bull's eye
on ikiden vurmak
like a bull at a gate
paldır küldür
pit bull terrier
teriyer köpeği
take the bull by the horns
güçlüklere cesaretle karşı koymak
taurus the bull
boğa burcu
bulls
boğalar
cock and bull
Saçma
get a bull's eye
bir turnayı gözünden olsun
grab the bull by the horns
boynuzları boğa yakala
hit the bull's eye
vurmaktır
it hit the bull's eye
o vurmaktır
john bull
Millet veya fert olarak İngilizlere verilen isim
like a bull in a china shop
(deyim) Sakarca, beceriksizce
papal bull
(Din) Papa tarafından yayınlanan ve tüm katoliklere hitap eden bildiri
pit bull
pitbul, teriyer cinsi saldırganlığıyla bilinen bir cins köpek

American Staffordshire terrier.

pit bull
Pit Bull Terrier, terrier ve buldog köpeklerinin çiftleştirilmesiyle elde edilmiş melez bir köpek türüdür
red rag to a bull
boğanın dikkatini çekmek için kırmızı bayrak sallamak
take the bull by the horns
bir işe cesaretle girişmek
to take the bull by the horns
bir sorunu gözardı etmek yerine tüm güçlüklere rağmen ona göğüs germek
John Bull
{i} İngiliz
John Bull
{i} tipik İngiliz
be like a red rag to a bull
(deyim) cami duvarına işemek
bullish
yükselmeye eğilimli
bullish
boğa gibi
bullish
{s} yükselmeye eğilimli (piyasa)
cock and bull story
kurtmasalı
cock and bull story
palavra
grab the bull by the horns
(deyim) pabuç bırakmamak
irish bull
dilde yapılan aptalca veya komik hata
shoot the breeze/bull
{k} çene çalmak, kaynatmak; yarenlik etmek
take the bull by the
bir işe cesaretle girişmek
tits on a bull ute
(Argo) bir işe yaramayan
Englisch - Englisch
A policeman
The adult male of certain large mammals, such as whales, elephants and seals
(also papal bull) An official document or edict from the Pope
A large, strong man
to mock, cheat
To polish boots to a high shine
A lie
To force oneself (in a particular direction)

He bulled his way in.

Large and strong, like a bull
to publish in a Papal bull
Of large mammals, male

a bull elephant.

An investor who buys (commodities or securities) in anticipation of a rise in prices
In particular, the uncastrated adult male of domesticated cattle or oxen
A seal affixed to a document, especially a document from the Pope
To lie, to tell untruths
Of a market in which prices are rising (compare bear)
A male person
a bubble
Nonsense
{n} the male of the bovine genus, pope's edict, a blunder
A person who believes market prices will rise
A bull is a male animal of the cow family
Of or pertaining to a bull; resembling a bull; male; large; fierce
An individual who believes a stock or the overall market will rise
One who expects a rise in prices The opposite of "bear " A news item is considered bullish if it portends higher prices
a formal proclamation issued by the pope (usually written in antiquated characters and sealed with a leaden bulla)
To force oneself (in a particur direction)
{s} big and strong like a bull; male; of or pertaining a bull, that resembles a bull; having to do with a successive trend of increase in prices
A grotesque blunder in language; an apparent congruity, but real incongruity, of ideas, contained in a form of expression; so called, perhaps, from the apparent incongruity between the dictatorial nature of the pope's bulls and his professions of humility
{f} cause or attempt to cause prices to rise (in the stock exchange); push, shove
One who believes the market will rise (See: Bear)
An investor who thinks the market or a specific security or industry will rise A bull market is an extended period in which the market consistently rises
Someone who thinks market prices will rise
an investor with an optimistic market outlook; an investor who expects prices to rise and so buys now for resale later uncomplimentary terms for a policeman advance in price; "stocks were bulling"
One who believes the market will rise
the second sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about April 20 to May 20
An official document or edict from the Pope
If you take the bull by the horns, you do something that you feel you ought to do even though it is difficult, dangerous, or unpleasant. Now is the time for the Chancellor to take the bull by the horns and announce a two per cent cut in interest rates
An investor who thinks the market will rise Related: Bear
push or force; "He bulled through his demands"
In economics and finance, someone who thinks market prices will rise
One who expects a rise in prices The opposite of Bear A news item is considered bullish if it expected to raise prices
whales or elephants or especially cattle uncastrated adult male of domestic cattle a formal proclamation issued by the pope (usually written in antiquated characters and sealed with a leaden bulla) a large and strong and heavyset man; "he was a bull of a man"; "a thick-skinned bruiser ready to give as good as he got"
like a red rag to a bull: see rag. bulletin. used to say that you do not believe or agree with what someone has said. bull market Bull Moose Party Bull Run Battles of bull terrier Bull John Bull Ole Bornemann bull roarer Golden Bull of 1356 Bull Halsey pit bull terrier Sitting Bull
Taurus, the second of the twelve signs of the zodiac
a large and strong and heavyset man; "he was a bull of a man"; "a thick-skinned bruiser ready to give as good as he got"
Someone who believes the prices/market will rise
the center of a target
{i} Taurus, 2nd sign of the zodiac
advance in price; "stocks were bulling"
An investor who believes the market will rise
uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
a serious and ludicrous blunder; "he made a bad bull of the assignment" mature male of various mammals of which the female is called `cow'; e
One who operates in expectation of a rise in the price of stocks, or in order to effect such a rise
One who expects a rise in prices The opposite of "bear" A news item is considered bullish if it portends higher prices
It contains the Pleiades
To be in heat; to manifest sexual desire as cows do
mature male of various mammals of which the female is called `cow'; e
A constellation of the zodiac between Aries and Gemini
One who, or that which, resembles a bull in character or action
See Apostolical brief, under Brief
An investor who thinks the market will rise
obscene words for unacceptable behavior; "I put up with a lot of bullshit from that jerk"; "what he said was mostly bull"
to publish in a Papal bull (obsolete, 17th century)
A letter, edict, or respect, of the pope, written in Gothic characters on rough parchment, sealed with a bulla, and dated "a die Incarnationis," i
" See Apostolical brief, under Brief
Someone who believes that prices in markets are going to rise
The male of any species of cattle (Bovidæ); hence, the male of any large quadruped, as the elephant; also, the male of the whale
A seal
One who believes that prices are headed higher; also, an up-trending market
bull ant
Myrmecia brevinoda
bull ants
plural form of bull ant
bull bar
A framework of metal bars at a vehicle's front to protect it during collisions with cattle, etc
bull bar
The same framework fitted as a fashion accessory
bull dust
A very fine dust that typically settles in potholes on outback roads. The dust usually settles to make the road look flat, but when a car runs over it it soon sinks
bull dyke
a macho or a extremely masculine lesbian
bull dykes
plural form of bull dyke
bull market
A stock market where a majority of investors are buying ("bulls"), causing overall stock prices to rise
bull markets
plural form of bull market
bull ring
A place where bullfighting is practiced
bull rope
a rope used for hoisting a topmast or topgallant mast in a square-rigged ship; it is rove from the cap of the lower mast, through a sheave in the foot of the topmast and then back through a block on the lower masthead, with the hauling part led to the deck
bull ropes
plural form of bull rope
bull session
An informal meeting among men, often one where politics, economics or current events are discussed
bull sessions
plural form of bull session
bull shark
a shark, Carcharhinus leucas, that is common in both temperate and tropical coastal waters
bull sharks
plural form of bull shark
bull thistle
Spear thistle''
bull thistles
plural form of bull thistle
bull trap
A temporary reverse in the downward trend of a share price that tempts some investors to buy
bull traps
plural form of bull trap
bull's eye
The nickname of the first postage stamps produced in Brazil in from 1843
bull's eyes
plural form of bull's eye
bull's-eye
Alternative spelling of bull's eye
bull-bar
Attributive form of bull bar, noun
bull-dyke
Attributive form of bull dyke, noun
Bull Durham
1988 baseball film starring Kevin Costner (directed by Ron Shelton)
Bull Moose
A member or supporter of the U.S. Progressive Party founded to support the presidential candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt in 1912
Bull Moose Party
U.S. dissident political party that nominated former president Theodore Roosevelt for the presidency in 1912. Formed by Sen. Robert La Follette in 1911 as the National Republican Progressive League, it opposed the conservatism of the Republican Party controlled by Pres. William H. Taft. The party derived its name from the characteristics of strength and vigour that Roosevelt attributed to himself. In 1912 Roosevelt won 25% of the popular vote; thus split, the Republicans lost the election to the Democratic candidate, Woodrow Wilson. The party gradually dissolved, and the Republicans were reunited in 1916. See also Progressive Party
Bull Run
A small stream of northeast Virginia southwest of Washington, D.C., near Manassas. It was the site of two important Civil War battles (July 21, 1861, and August 29-30, 1862), both Confederate victories. They are also known as the Battles of Manassas. the place in northeast Virginia in the US where there were two important battles in the American Civil War which the Union forces lost to Confederate forces
bull bar
On some motor vehicles, bull bars are metal bars fixed to the front that are designed to protect it if it crashes
bull bars
a set of metal bars fixed to the front of a large vehicle such as a Jeep or Land Rover in order to protect it from damage
bull brier
A species of Smilax S
bull brier
Pseudo-China growing from New Jersey to the Gulf of Mexico, which has very large tuberous and farinaceous rootstocks, formerly used by the Indians for a sort of bread, and by the negroes as an ingredient in making beer; called also bamboo brier and China brier
bull dyke
Used as a disparaging term for a lesbian, especially one exhibiting behavior associated with stereotypically masculine traits
bull fly
Any large fly troublesome to cattle, as the gadflies and breeze flies
bull in a china shop
one who cannot handle delicate situations, one who causes destruction
bull market
A period of rising prices in a financial market
bull market
A market in which prices are rising A "bull" is a person who expects that the market or the price of a particular security will rise
bull market
A term that is used a lot in the share market; it means a market where stock prices are generally rising The opposite of bear market
bull market
A market in which prices are rising A bull is a person who expects that the market or the price of a particular security will rise
bull market
a period during which stock market or currency prices are rising
bull market
Any market distinguished by rising prices
bull market
a market characterized by rising prices for securities
bull market
A prolonged period of generally rising prices
bull market
Term used to describe a prolonged period of rising stock prices
bull market
A market in which prices are rising A participant in futures who believes prices will move higher is called a bull A news item is considered bullish if it is expected to bring on higher prices
bull market
Popular term describing a period where general market conditions are marked by rising securities prices (See "Bear Market")
bull market
A market characterized by rising prices where buyers outnumber sellers
bull market
A period during which security prices in a particular market (such as the stock market) are generally rising
bull market
A state of the market in which prices are rising
bull market
A bull market is a prolonged period of time in which stock prices rise These markets, which can last several months to years, tend to be characterized by high trading volume BACK TO TOP
bull market
A market where prices are rising or expected to rise
bull market
Stock market in which prices are rising
bull market
A market that is rising
bull market
A market where prices are experiencing an upward trend
bull market
A period of rising market prices
bull market
A prolonged period of rising stock market prices
bull market
A term used to describe the market when prices are rising
bull market
A prolonged period of rising security prices
bull market
Any market in which prices are in an upward trend
bull market
A period of rising stock prices that lasts several months or more The opposite of a bear market <top>
bull market
A market in which prices are rising
bull market
A bull market is a situation on the stock market when people are buying a lot of shares because they expect that the shares will increase in value and that they will be able to make a profit by selling them again after a short time. Compare bear market. a stock market in which the price of shares is going up and people are buying them. In securities and commodities trading, a rising market. A bull is an investor who expects prices to rise and, on this assumption, buys a security or commodity in hopes of reselling it later for a profit. A bullish market is one in which prices are expected to rise. See also bear market
bull mastiff
large powerful breed developed by crossing the bulldog and the mastiff
bull moose
The figure of a bull moose used as the party symbol of the Progressive party in the presidential campaign of 1912
bull moose
" The figure of a bull moose used as the party symbol of the Progressive party in the presidential campaign of 1912
bull moose
A follower of Theodore Roosevelt in the presidential campaign of 1912; - - a sense said to have originated from a remark made by Roosevelt on a certain occasion that he felt "like a bull moose
bull neck
a thick short powerful neck
bull nose
A trim piece or plate applied to the sub floor on balcony areas to provide a foundation for the balusters
bull nose
a disease of pigs resulting in swelling of the snout
bull nose
Substantial lip or protuberance at the top of the seaward face of a wall, to deflect waves seaward
bull nose
Convex molding which usually starts at the top of the Cast Stone unit and returns to the predominant face
bull pen
pen in which a bull is kept; cell for the temporary confinement of prisoners or suspects; place where a relief pitcher warms up (Baseball)
bull run
either of two battles during the American Civil War (1861 and 1862); Confederate forces defeated the Federal army in both battles
bull session
an informal discussion (usually among men)
bull session
An informal group discussion. an occasion when a group of people meet to talk in a relaxed and friendly way
bull shark
a most common shark in temperate and tropical coastal waters worldwide; heavy-bodied and dangerous
bull snake
any of several large harmless rodent-eating North American burrowing snakes
bull snake
Any of several large, nonvenomous North American snakes of the genus Pituophis that have yellow and brown or black markings and feed chiefly on rodents. Also called gopher snake
bull terrier
A bull terrier is a breed of strong dog with a short, whitish coat and a thick neck. see also pit bull terrier. Any of a breed of dog having a short, usually white coat and a tapering muzzle, developed in England by crossing a bulldog with a now extinct breed of terrier. a strong short-haired dog pit bull terrier. Breed of dog developed in 19th-century England from the bulldog and the now-extinct white English terrier. The Spanish pointer was later bred into the line to increase its size. The bull terrier was developed as a courageous fighting dog but not an aggressive fight provoker, and it is generally friendly. A muscular dog, it is considered, for its weight, the strongest of all dogs. It has a short coat, tapering tail, erect ears, and deep-set eyes. It stands 19-22 in. (48-56 cm) high and weighs 50-60 lbs (23-27 kg). There are two varieties, coloured and white
bull terrier
A breed of dogs obtained by crossing the bulldog and the terrier
bull thistle
European thistle with rather large heads and prickly leaves; extensively naturalized as a weed in the United States
bull thistle
A biennial Eurasian thistle (Cirsium vulgare) in the composite family, naturalized in North America and having heads of purplish flowers and spiny stems and leaves
bull tongue
a heavy plow with a single wide blade; used chiefly in cotton fields
bull tongue
A large, detachable plowshare with a single blade, used chiefly for breaking or clearing heavy soil
bull trout
Salvelinus malma of California and Oregon; called also Dolly Varden trout and red- spotted trout
bull trout
Cambricus, which ascend rivers; called also sea trout
bull trout
The huso or salmon of the Danube
bull trout
In England, a large salmon trout of several species, as Salmo trutta and S
bull's eye
central circle on a target; shot that hits a bull's eye; direct hit; central area targeted in a bombing raid; missile which hits the central area of a target; small circular window or opening
bull's eye
the center of a target
bull's eye
in target shooting: a score made by hitting the center of the target; "in repeated sets of five shots his numbers of bull's-eyes varied"
bull's-eye
In shooting or the game of darts, a bull's-eye is a shot or throw of a dart that hits the bull's-eye
bull's-eye
If something that you do or say hits the bull's eye, it has exactly the effect that you intended it to have
bull's-eye
The bull's-eye is the small circular area at the centre of a target. Five of his bullets had hit the bull's-eye
bull-headed
determined to get what you want without really thinking enough about it
bull-necked
neck that is like a bull, thick strong neck
bull-roarer
Flat piece of wood, several inches to a foot in length, fastened at one end to a string, by which it is swung around in the air to produce a whirring or howling sound likened to those of animals or spirits. It has been observed in Australia, the Americas, and other areas where indigenous societies survive. It may symbolize totemic ancestors, or it may be believed to cause or cure sickness, warn women and children away from men's sacred ceremonies, control the weather, or promote fertility in animals and crops
Banbury story of a cock and a bull
A roundabout, nonsensical story
John Bull
A personification of England
brazen bull
An ancient torture device, supposed to have been devised by Perillos of Athens|Perillos of Athens]], consisting of a hollow bull fashioned from brass in which victims were imprisoned and burned to death
bullish
optimistic; overly or foolishly optimistic or hopeful
cock-and-bull stories
plural form of cock-and-bull story
cock-and-bull story
A far-fetched and fanciful story or tale of highly dubious validity
like a bull in a china shop
Clumsily, aggressively, without care or concern, without self-control
like a bull in a china shop
Clumsy, aggressive, without care or concern, without self-control
papal bull
An official document or edict from the Pope
pit bull
Shortened form of pit bull terrier
pit bull
A person with a reputation for pugnacity
pit bull terrier
A breed of dog historically bred for dog fighting
shoot the bull
To chinwag; to talk idly

Shooting the bull with Benny and Elvira while Nelson skitters around out there in the lake of rooftops, selling used cars like hotcakes.

take the bull by the horns
to confront a difficulty, rather than avoiding it

He took the bull by the horns and reprogrammed the entire mess.

hit the bull's eye
strike the center of a target, strike or achieve what one was aiming for, be exactly right
take the bull by the horns
(Ev ile ilgili) deal with a difficult situation in a very direct way
take the bull by the horns
(Ev ile ilgili) to deal with a matter in a direct manner, to confront a difficulty rather than avoid it
papal bull
A formal proclamation issued by the pope (usually written in antiquated characters and sealed with a leaden bulla), bull
red bull
A cold fizzy drink that contains caffeine and other substances that can have an effect on people. It is popular with people who go clubbing because it can help them avoid feeling tired, and is often drunk with vodka. Advertisements for the drink use the phrase ‘Red Bull gives you wings’
take the bull by the horns
(deyim) Deal decisively with a difficult or unpleasant situation
Battles of Bull Run
Two engagements of the American Civil War fought at a stream near Manassas, Va. The first battle (also called First Manassas) was fought on July 21, 1861, between 37,000 Union troops under Gen. Irvin McDowell (1818-85) and 35,000 Confederate troops under P.G.T. Beauregard and Joseph Johnston. In this first major encounter of the war, the Union assault was beaten back and the army retreated to Washington, D.C. The second battle took place on Aug. 29-30, 1862, between a Confederate force of more than 56,000 under Robert E. Lee and a Union army of more than 70,000 under John Pope. To prevent the Union army from being joined by the Army of the Potomac, Lee sent troops under Stonewall Jackson to march around Pope's right flank. Lee's attack forced the Union troops to withdraw as far as Washington, D.C. Casualties numbered 15,000 for the North and 9,000 for the South. Both battles strengthened the South's resolve and caused the North to review its military leadership and strategy
Golden Bull of 1356
Constitution for the Holy Roman Empire promulgated by Charles IV. Stamped with a golden seal, the document gave seven electors the power to choose the ruler of Germany by a simple majority. It also specified the electors and established succession by primogeniture. Intended to eliminate papal influence in German political affairs, it did away with the pope's previous right to examine rivals and approve results, and also increased the power of the princes
Irish bull
A statement containing an incongruity or a logical absurdity, usually unbeknown to the speaker. "With a pistol in each hand and a sword in the other" is an Irish bull
John Bull
{i} typical Englishman; the English people; cartoon character made to typify Britain which was popularized by Thomas Nast (American cartoonist)
John Bull
John bull. born 1562/63, Radnorshire, Wales? died March 12/13, 1628, Antwerp, Spanish Netherlands British composer. He became organist of Hereford Cathedral in 1582, then organist at the Chapel Royal in 1591. In 1613 he departed for the continent to escape punishment for adultery; he held important organist positions in Brussels and Antwerp until his death. He wrote many verse anthems but is remembered for his keyboard works. In an era of remarkable English music for the virginal (a small harpsichord), he produced works that, with their resourceful keyboard figurations, reflect his own brilliant technique
Ole Bornemann Bull
born Feb. 5, 1810, Bergen, Nor. died Aug. 17, 1880, Lysøen, near Bergen Norwegian violinist. After training in his native Bergen, he freelanced in Christiania (now Oslo) in 1828-31. His Paris concerts, which featured Norwegian songs played on a folk violin, won much attention, and he toured Europe and the U.S. for two decades. A longtime nationalist, he was brought back home by the revolution of 1848. He helped found the Norwegian Theatre in Bergen, and in 1852-53 he established the socialist colony Oleona in Pennsylvania; debts from the failed experiment kept him touring the rest of his life. Much of the music he composed is lost
Ole Bull
born Feb. 5, 1810, Bergen, Nor. died Aug. 17, 1880, Lysøen, near Bergen Norwegian violinist. After training in his native Bergen, he freelanced in Christiania (now Oslo) in 1828-31. His Paris concerts, which featured Norwegian songs played on a folk violin, won much attention, and he toured Europe and the U.S. for two decades. A longtime nationalist, he was brought back home by the revolution of 1848. He helped found the Norwegian Theatre in Bergen, and in 1852-53 he established the socialist colony Oleona in Pennsylvania; debts from the failed experiment kept him touring the rest of his life. Much of the music he composed is lost
Papal bull
{i} official Papal letter, formal declaration ithat the Pope issues
Sitting Bull
(1834-1980) Sioux Indian chief and leader in the fight against General Custer and his troops in the Battle of Little Bighorn (U.S. History)
Sitting Bull
a native American chief of the Sioux tribe who helped Crazy Horse to win a victory over General Custer 's army of US soldiers in the battle at the Little Bighorn in 1876. He later performed in Buffalo Bill 's Wild West Show (1834-90). born 1831, near Grand River, Dakota Territory, U.S. died Dec. 15, 1890, on the Grand River in South Dakota Teton Sioux chief under whom the Sioux peoples united in their struggle for survival. Frequent skirmishes between the U.S. Army and Sitting Bull's warriors occurred in 1863-68, at the end of which the Sioux agreed to accept a reservation in southwestern Dakota Territory. When gold was discovered in the Black Hills in the mid-1870s, further outbreaks occurred. At the Battle of the Rosebud, troops under Gen. George Crook were forced to retreat; and at the Battle of Little Bighorn, Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and his men were killed. In 1877 Sitting Bull led his followers into Canada, but, with the buffalo reduced to near extinction, starvation eventually drove the Sioux to surrender. From 1883 Sitting Bull lived on Indian Agency lands, at one point (1885) traveling with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. During the Ghost Dance movement, Sitting Bull was arrested. He was killed when his warriors tried to rescue him
boston bull
small pug-faced American terrier breed having a smooth brindle or black coat with white markings
bulled
Swollen
bulling
present participle of bull
bullish
If someone is bullish about something, they are cheerful and optimistic about it. Faldo was bullish about his chances of winning a third British Open. = optimistic
bullish
Describing an opinion or outlook in which one expects a rise in price, either by the general market or by an individual security
bullish
Belief that a price is going to rise
bullish
{s} resembling a bull, obstinate, stubborn; tending to cause a rise in prices (of the stock exchange)
bullish
Aggressively self-confident or assertive; bullheaded
bullish
rising
bullish
A positive sentiment or opinion about the direction of a security, industry or the general market
bullish
Used to describe an optimistic sentiment toward an issue, an index, or the market in general; a bullish sentiment reflects a belief that prices will tend to rise
bullish
An adjective used to convey that a stock, or the market in general, will rise in price a positive or optimistic outlook
bullish
expecting a rise in prices
bullish
Optimistic about the market: anticipating a rise in prices
bullish
Is a term used when price are expected to rise
bullish
Stock price is expected to rise
bullish
optimistic
bullish
An opinion in which one expects a rise in price, either by the general market or by an individual security
bullish
An outlook anticipating higher prices in the underlying security
bullish
Optimistic about the market; anticipating a rise in prices
bullish
On the stock market, if there is a bullish mood, prices are expected to rise. Compare bearish. The market opened in a bullish mood
bullish
A bull is someone who thinks the market is going to go up, which makes bullish the opposite of bearish
bull

    Türkische aussprache

    bûl

    Aussprache

    /ˈbo͝ol/ /ˈbʊl/

    Etymologie

    [ bul, b&l ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English bul(e), from late Old English bula (only in place names), from Proto-Germanic *bulōn (compare West Frisian bolle, Dutch bul, German Bulle, Old Norse boli), from Proto-Indo-European *bhl̥no (compare Old Irish ball (“limb”), Latin follis (“bellows, leather bag”), Thracian βόλινθος (bólinthos, “wild bull”), Albanian bolle (“testicles”), Ancient Greek φαλλός (phallós, “penis”)), from Proto-Indo-European *bhel (“to blow”). More at blow.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    bull shit, bull nose

    Videos

    ... logic won't tell you this research with jelly this I did Red Bull ...
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