chiding

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Englisch - Türkisch
azarlayan
azarlayarak
{i} azarlama
azarla(mak)
azarla
scolding
azar

Ben seni azarlamıyordum. - I was not scolding you.

Geç kaldığı için canım onu azarlamak istemedi. - I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.

scolding
{i} azarlama

Geç kaldığı için canım onu azarlamak istemedi. - I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.

O geç kaldığında canım onu azarlamak istedi ama dilimi tuttum. - When she was late, I felt like scolding her, but I held my tongue.

scolding
{i} paylama
scolding
{i} fırça
chid
azarlamak
chid
azarlanan
chide
fırça atmak
chide
paylamak
scolding
çıkış
scolding
zılgıt
scolding
papara
scolding
azarlayarak
chide
azarlamak
chide
azarla

Mary Tom'u Tatoeba'da çok zaman harcadığı için azarladı. - Mary chided Tom for spending so much time on Tatoeba.

scolding
{i} azarlayan
scolding
{f} azarla

Geç kaldığı için canım onu azarlamak istemedi. - I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.

O geç kaldığında canım onu azarlamak istedi ama dilimi tuttum. - When she was late, I felt like scolding her, but I held my tongue.

chid
azarla(mak)
chid
azarla

Mary Tom'u Tatoeba'da çok zaman harcadığı için azarladı. - Mary chided Tom for spending so much time on Tatoeba.

chide
{f} çıkışmak
chide
{f} (chid/--d, chid.den/--d) azarlamak, kusur bulmak
chide
söylenmek
chide
ayıplamak
Englisch - Englisch
That chides
Present participle of chide
{n} the act of reproving
{a} scolding
rebuking a person harshly
chid
Past participle of chide
chide
{v} to scold, brawl, reprove, rebuke, blame
chid
simple past of chide
chid
{f} scold, quarrel, tease
chide
To be noisy about; to chafe against
chide
{f} scold, quarrel, tease
chide
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
chide
To make a clamorous noise; to chafe
chide
If you chide someone, you speak to them angrily because they have done something wicked or foolish. Cross chided himself for worrying He gently chided the two women. = scold. to tell someone that you do not approve of something that they have done or said = scold
chide
to loudly admonish in blame; to angrily reproach
chide
To rebuke; to reprove; to scold; to find fault with
chide
Fig
chide
To utter words of disapprobation and displeasure; to find fault; to contend angrily
chide
A continuous noise or murmur
chiding

    Türkische aussprache

    çaydîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈʧīdəɴɢ/ /ˈʧaɪdɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'chId ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English cIdan to quarrel, chide, from cId strife.

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