listen to the pronunciation of cheek
Englisch - Türkisch

Ateşin sıcaklığı ile yanakları kızarmıştı. - Her cheeks were tinged with red by the warmth of fire.

Yanaklarından aşağı akan gözyaşlarıyla bana baktı. - She looked at me with tears running down her cheeks.

{i} avurt
{i} arsızlık
cheekbone yanak kemiği
{i} küstahlık
{f} küstahlık etmek
(Tıp) Yanak, bucca
{f} saygısızca konuşmak
{f} arsızca konuşmak
terbiyesizlik yap
{i} İng., k.dili. cüret, yüzsüzlük, arsızlık
{i} yüzsüzlük
yüzsüz olmak

Erkek kardeşim yüzsüzleşti. - My brother got cheeky.

Gluteus Maximus, en yüzsüz Roma imparatorlarından biriydi. - Gluteus Maximus was one of the cheekiest Roman emperors.

cheek by jowl
(deyim) sıkışık
cheek by jowl
yan yana
cheek by jowl
cheek by jowl
baş başa
cheek by jowl
(deyim) teklifsizlik
cheek pocket
cheek by jowl
al takke ver külah
cheek by jowl
cheek muscle
yanak kası
cheek pouch
cheek pouch
kemiriclerde bulunan ağız kesesi
cheek to cheek
yanak yanağa
cheek bone
yanak kemiği
cheek bones
yanak kemikleri
cheek muscle
yanak kas
cheek pouch
kemiricilerde bulunan ağız kesesi
cheek tooth
azı dışı
cheek, back-talk
yanak, sırt-talk
cheek, impertinence
Münasebetsizlik yanak
cheek, jowl
Çene yanak
cheek by jowl
cheek by jowl
içli dışlı
cheek by jowl
sıkı fıkı
cheek up
terbiyesizce davranmak
cherry of one's cheek
(deyim) göz bebeği
turn the other cheek
öfkeye kapılıp intikam almak yerine karşı tarafa hatasını anlaması için yaptığı şeyi bir daha yapma imkânı vermek
yan parçalar
mengene kıskacı
on the cheek
tongue in cheek
tongue in cheek
tongue in cheek
a peck on the cheek
Yanaktan bir öpücük
ass cheek
eşek yanak

Ateşin sıcaklığı ile yanakları kızarmıştı. - Her cheeks were tinged with red by the warmth of fire.

Gözyaşları Alice'in yanaklarından aşağı aktı. - Tears ran down Alice's cheeks.

cool cheek
cool yanak
have the cheek
çekinmemek, küstahlığında bulunmak
have the cheek/face
/ Yüz yanak var
hollow cheek
çukur yanak
it has large cheek pouches
o büyük yanak torbalar var
kiss on cheek
Doğum öpücük yanak
Şaka yollu; yarım ağızla yapılan; alaylı
turn the other cheek
diğer yanağını çevirebilir
what a cheek
ne yanak
what cheek!
ne yanak!
terbiyesizlik yap
cleft cheek
(Diş Hekimliği) yarık yanak
have a cheek to
(Konuşma Dili) sıkılmamak
have a cheek to
(Konuşma Dili) yüzü olmak
have a cheek to
(Konuşma Dili) küstahlığında bulunmak
kiss on the cheek
yanaktan öpmek
on either cheek
her yanağında
tongue in cheek
tongue in cheek
{k} bıyık altından gülerek
tongue in cheek
yarım ağızla yapılan
Englisch - Englisch
The word Cheek is also an old family surname from Anglo-Saxon England that predates the Norman invasion. The Cheek family was among the first to immigrate to the US colonies in the early 17th century. The family crest is a white shield with three red crescents

You’ve got some cheek, asking me for money!.

A buttock
The soft skin on each side of the face, below the eyes; the outer surface of the sides of the oral cavity
To be impudent towards

Don't cheek me, you little rascal!.

{n} the side of the face, of a machine
The branches of a bridle bit
You say that someone has a cheek when you are annoyed or shocked at something unreasonable that they have done. I'm amazed they had the cheek to ask in the first place I still think it's a bit of a cheek sending a voucher rather than a refund The cheek of it, lying to me like that!
{f} be impudent, be insolent
Your cheeks are the sides of your face below your eyes. Tears were running down her cheeks She kissed him lightly on both cheeks. + -cheeked -cheeked rosy-cheeked children
A section of a flask, so made that it can be moved laterally, to permit the removal of the pattern from the mold; the middle part of a flask
The side of the face below the eye
either side of the face below the eyes speak impudently to
The intermediate section of a flask that is used between the cope and the drag when molding a shape requires more than one parting plane
the side of the skull in most animals
an impudent statement
Cool confidence; assurance; impudence
n pipi
speak impudently to
Area bounded by lore, eye, auricular, and lower mandible
To be impudent or saucy to
A strip of timber or plastic often used to extend the bearing surface of a fence to prevent router or timber running off course when feeding-in
The cheek bone
{i} part of the face located on either side of the nose; boldness, forwardness
either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump
either side of the face below the eyes
If you turn the other cheek when someone harms or insults you, you do not harm or insult them them in return
Those pieces of a machine, or of any timber, or stone work, which form corresponding sides, or which are similar and in pair; as, the cheeks (jaws) of a vise; the cheeks of a gun carriage, etc
impudent aggressiveness; "I couldn't believe her boldness"; "he had the effrontery to question my honesty"
cheek by jowl: see jowl. to speak rudely or with disrespect to someone, especially to someone older such as your teacher or parents American Equivalent: sass
cheek by jowl
In close proximity; crammed uncomfortably close together

All sorts of people lived cheek by jowl in the old city.

cheek pouch
A pouch in the cheek of some animals, usually used to carry food
cheek pouches
plural form of cheek pouch
Attributive form of cheek pouch, noun
cheek by jowl
in close proximity; "the houses were jumbled together cheek by jowl"
cheek by jowl
side by side, in close contact
cheek by jowl
in close proximity; "the houses were jumbled together cheek by jowl
cheek muscle
a muscle that flatten the cheek and retracts the angle of the mouth
cheek pouch
a membranous pouch inside the mouth of many rodents (as a gopher)
cheek pouch
{i} membranous pocket in the skin of the cheek that opens into the mouth and serves as a pouch for storing food (in rodents, squirrels, monkeys and mammals)
cheek pouch
A pocketlike fold of skin in the cheeks of various animals, such as squirrels, gophers, and monkeys, that functions as a means of carrying food
Simple past tense and past participle of cheek
Having some specific type of cheek
not intended seriously; jocular or humorous

He gave a tongue-in-cheek explanation of why the sky was blue, offering a theory about some primordial discount on light blue paint.

turn the other cheek
To accept a punishment or an injury and not act out revenge or retaliate
tongue in cheek
mockingly, tauntingly
see tongue. a tongue-in-cheek remark is said as a joke, not seriously
in a bantering fashion; "he spoke to her banteringly"
not seriously; "I meant it facetiously"
cleverly amusing in tone; "a bantering tone"; "facetious remarks"; "tongue-in-cheek advice"
turn the other cheek
(deyim) Let someone do something to you and not try to get revenge. "He decided to turn the other cheek when the man tried to start a fight in the restaurant."
Kiss On Cheek
warn wishes, sign of affection, KOC (Internet chat slang)
The cheek
Having a cheek; used in composition
past of cheek
present participle of cheek
plural of cheek
cool cheek
shameless boldness, impudence
have the cheek
be bold, be impudent, have the nerve
he had the cheek to say
he was impudent enough to say
turn the other cheek
not learn from a first bad experience