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Englisch - Türkisch

İncil'e göre, pelikan civcivlerini kendi kanıyla besledi. - According the bible, the pelican fed its chicks with its own blood.

Tom civcivleri bir karton kutuya koydu. - Tom put the chicks in a cardboard box.


Bu piliç çok pişirilmiş. - The chicken is overcooked.

Tom bir ekstra-baharat kovası, kızarmış piliç ve bir konteyner lahana salatası ısmarladı. - Tom bought a bucket of extra-spicy fried chicken and a container of coleslaw.

{i} argo genç kız, piliç
(Argo) çıtır

Tabakta bir parça piliç, bir patates ve biraz yeşil bezelye vardı. - On the plate was a piece of chicken, a potato and some green peas.

(Spor) amigo kız
yavru kuş
güzel kız
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Kuş yavrusu
{i} kız

Babam tavuk kızartmak için ateş kullanır. - Dad uses fire to roast a chicken.

Tom, kızarmış tavuk seviyor. - Tom loves fried chicken.


Suçiçeği, çocuklar için kaşıntılı bir baş belasıdır. - Chicken pox is an itchy nuisance for kids.

Suçiçeği yaygın bir çocukluk hastalığıdır. - Chicken pox is a common childhood illness.

genç kız
chick pea
chick flick
Bayanların sevdiği, bayanların hoşuna giden, bayan ruhuna hitap eden ( genellikle filmler ve kitaplar için kullanılır.)
chick magnet
(Argo) kızları çeken erkek
hot chick
sıcak piliç
vip chick
vıp piliç
(Askeri) dost avcı uçakları
squab chick
kuş yavrusu
squab chick
yavru kuş
Englisch - Englisch
A young chicken
A young bird
A young (especially attractive) woman

Three cool chicks / Are walking down the street / Swinging their hips — song Three Cool Cats by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.

A woman

Check that chick out.

{n} the young of hens, a darling
{i} young chicken; young bird; child (metaphorically); girl or woman (Slang)
young bird especially of domestic fowl
A chick is a baby bird
(1) a female (2) nickname for anyone short
To sprout, as seed in the ground; to vegetate
A young bird that has recently hatched from the egg
A chicken
A girl
A child or young person; a term of endearment
One of those softer, prettier and better-smelling people you sometimes see around Not meant as a derogatory term; most chicks don't mind being called "chicks" if it's done right
small chicken or bird: A chick pecks its way out of the egg online at the museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Illinois
informal terms for a (young) woman
Chick tract
a religious tract by Christian fundamentalist Jack Chick
Chick tracts
plural form of Chick tract
chick flick
A film, usually about romances, which is popular with females and comparatively unpopular with males
chick flicks
plural form of chick flick
chick lit
Literature perceived to appeal to, or be marketed at, young women, typically concerning romantic dilemmas
chick flick
A movie considered to appeal mainly to women, displaying more of a focus on romance or relationships
chick flick
A chick flick is a romantic film that is not very serious and is intended to appeal to women
chick lit
Chick lit is modern fiction about the lives and romantic problems of young women, usually written by young women. books about young women and the typical problems they have with men, sex, losing weight etc, especially books written by women for women to read - used humorously
chick pea
garbanzo bean, dwarf pea
chick peas
garbanzo beans, edible pea-like seeds
chick thing
habit or interest that is typically of chicks or girls as opposed to male
structure in which baby chickens are kept
checkout chick
A supermarket cashier
plural form of chick
Slang for young ladies
plural of chick

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈʧək/ /ˈʧɪk/


    [ chik ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English chike, variation of chiken (“chicken”). More at chicken.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    chick flick, chick peas, chick pea


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