childish

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} çocuksu

Peter çocuksu kızlardan bıkmıştı. - Peter was fed up with childish girls.

Onun davranışını çocuksu buluyoruz. - We consider his behavior childish.

çocukça

Çocukça davranıyoruz. - We're being childish.

Çocukken ,ölürsem dünyanın hemen ortadan kaybolacağını düşündüm.Ne çocukça bir aldanma!Ben sadece dünyanın bensiz devam edip var olacağını kabullenemiyordum. - When I was a kid, I thought that if I died the world would just disappear. What a childish delusion! I just couldn't accept that the world could continue to exist without me.

saçma
çocuk gibi
childishly çocukça
çocuğumsu
childishness çocuksuluk
bebeklik etmek
child
{i} evlat

Tom ve Mary üç çocuğu evlat edindiler. - Tom and Mary adopted three children.

Eşim bir çocuğu evlat edinmek istiyordu. - My wife wanted to adopt a child.

child
çocuk

O, çocuklarını kendi etrafına topladı. - He gathered his children around him.

Çocuklar yerde uyumak zorunda kalacaklar gibi. - It seems that the children will have to sleep on the floor.

childish talk
çocuk dili
child
velet
child
{i} küçük

Küçük çocukları kaçıran insanlar hakkında duymak kanımı kaynatıyor. - Hearing about people kidnapping little children just makes my blood boil.

Ağ televizyonda kullanılan saygısız dil küçük çocuklu ebeveynlerin kabloluya abone olmayı istememelerine sebep oluyor. - The profane language used on network television makes many parents with young children not want to subscribe to cable.

child
{i} ürün

Bu ürünü çocukların erişemeyeceği bir yerde saklayın. - Keep this product out of children's reach.

child
{i} çocuksu kimse
childishly
z. çocukça
child
şopar
child
ufaklık
child
bızdık
child
bala
child
(Bilgisayar) ast

Ben çocukken, bir astronot olmak istiyordum. - When I was a child, I wanted to be an astronaut.

Kızım bir çocukken sık sık astım atakları yaşardı. - My daughter often had asthma attacks when she was a child.

child
(Bilgisayar) bağımlı

Çocuklarınızın televizyon bağımlısı olmasına izin vermeyin. - Don't let your children become couch potatoes.

Bu eski çocuk oyuncu daha sonra bir uyuşturucu bağımlısı oldu. - This former child actor later became a drug addict.

childishly
çocuk gibi
childishly
çocuksu bir şekilde
child
çaylak
child
deneyimsiz
child
toy
child
sonuç

Sonuçta o hâlâ bir çocuk. - She's still a child after all.

Sami'nin bir çocukla sonuçlanan bir ilişkisi vardı. - Sami had a relationship that resulted in a child.

childishly
çocukça
childishness
çocukçalık
childishness
çocuksuluk
acting childish
çocukla çocuk olmak
child
çocuğun
child
kızancık
child
{ç} chil.dren (çîl'drın)
child
(Tıp) (children). Çocuk
child
{i} çocuk; bebek
childishness
dar düşüncelilik
grow childish
(Fiili Deyim ) bunamak
to be childish
bebeklik etmek
Englisch - Englisch
Behaving immaturely

Your childish temper tantrums are not going to change my decision on this matter.

Of or suitable for a child
{a} like a child, simple, trifling, ignorant
Of, pertaining to, befitting, or resembling, a child
indicating a lack of maturity; "childish tantrums"; "infantile behavior
disapproval If you describe someone, especially an adult, as childish, you disapprove of them because they behave in an immature way. Penny's selfish and childish behaviour Don't be so childish. = immature
Childish means relating to or typical of a child. childish enthusiasm
indicating a lack of maturity; "childish tantrums"; "infantile behavior"
Puerile; trifling; weak
{s} youthful, juvenile, of childhood; immature, childlike; infantile
puerile
kiddish
childish behavior
acting like a child, juvenile behavior
childish foolery
mischief, naughtiness, tomfoolery
childish mischief
naughty behavior of or characteristic of children, immature behavior
child
A daughter or son

My youngest child is forty-three.

child
A data item, process or object which has a subservient or derivative role relative to another data item, process or object

The child node then stores the actual data of the parent node.

child
A prepubescent person, a minor

For the purposes of the present Convention, a child means every human being below the age of eighteen years unless under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier.

childishness
Childish behaviour
child
{n} a male or female offspring of the human species
childishly
{a} simply, ignorantly, weakly, idly
childishness
{n} simpleness, ignorance, weakness
Child
Chile
Child
{i} family name; Lydia Maria Child (1802-1880), United States author and abolitionist
child
This is something that has a parent
child
a member of a clan or tribe; "the children of Israel
child
To give birth; to produce young
child
A frame that references another its parent frame With regard to views, a child view is enclosed by its parent view See also Parent Source: NPG
child
A noble youth
child
A female infant
child
a member of a clan or tribe; "the children of Israel"
child
A Message Server entry that belongs to another entry: for example, a message is a child of its folder
child
one between infancy and youth; hence, one who exhibits the characteristics of a very young person, as innocence, obedience, trustfulness, limited understanding, etc
child
Some object which has a subservient or derivative role relative to another object
child
An element may have zero or more children Children are completely contained within the content of the element and can be of the following types
child
moppet
child
An unborn or young person, a minor, especially one who has not yet entered into puberty
child
sprog
child
barn
child
{i} kid; young person; son or daughter; person who is under a lawfully specified age who is considered not to be responsible for his/her actions from a legal standpoint; baby; descendant; unborn baby; adult who is immature, childish person
child
Generally, an unmarried person under 21 years of age who is: a child born in wedlock; a stepchild, provided that the child was under 18 years of age at the time that the marriage creating the stepchild relationship occurred; a legitimated child, provided that the child was legitimated while in the legal custody of the legitimating parent; a child born out of wedlock, when a benefit is sought on the basis of its relationship with its mother, or to its father if the father has or had a bona fide relationship with the child; a child adopted while under 16 years of age who has resided since adoption in the legal custody of the adopting parents for at least 2 years; or an orphan, under 16 years of age, who has been adopted abroad by a U S citizen or has an immediate-relative visa petition submitted in his/her behalf and is coming to the United States for adoption by a U S citizen
child
One individual produced as a result of the operation of the Genetic Algorithm
child
n Of or in the womb "A young person before the age of adolescence
child
A child is an immediate descendant node of a node
child
A relationship that holds between objects If "A" and "B" are objects, then B is a child of A provided that when B was created, A was specified as being its parent (either in the fourth argument of an NhlCreate call, or in a NCL create expression), or B was made a child of A by using the NhlChangeWorkstation function If B is a child of A, then the following conditions apply
child
means an unmarried child and includes in relation to an insured person an adopted child, a step-child and illegitimate child
child
A young person of either sex
child
Used also of animals and plants
child
A child is a human being who is not yet an adult. When I was a child I lived in a country village He's just a child. a child of six It was only suitable for children
child
(1, noun) An Object which is contained by another Object (it's Parent) If a Parent has more than one Child, the Children are called Siblings (2, adjective) The state of being a Child "A Button is Child to the Window that contains it "
child
Someone's children are their sons and daughters of any age. How are the children? The young couple decided to have a child. American cookery expert known for her books and her instructional television and video series. American abolitionist and writer of novels, children's books, and reform works, such as Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans (1833). child abuse child development child labour child psychiatry child psychology Child Julia Child Lydia Maria gifted child
child
a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
child
(Ticaret) A component, raw material or other item used in the production of the next-level assembly (parent) item
child
Son or daughter: a biological, adopted or foster child, stepchild or legal ward under the age of 18 or "incapable of self-care" due to a disability
child
An unmarried blind or disabled person who is not the head of a household and who is either under age 18 or aged 18-21 and a student
child
esp
child
as, a child of God; a child of the devil; a child of disobedience; a child of toil; a child of the people
child
A supervised process See also permanent, transient, temporary child
child
a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college"
child
A lower-level element in a hierarchical structure such as the requirements list or the Work Breakdown Structure
child
A son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of human parents; in law, legitimate offspring
child
in the plural; as, the children of Israel; the children of Edom
child
A sponsor's currently unmarried legitimate child; adopted child, legitimate stepchild, or illegitimate child
child
The child of a transaction is a direct descendant of that transaction It is a transaction that was directly spawned by the parent transaction In the following figure, init, byte0, byte1, byte2, and byte3 are child transactions of the burst_read transaction Compare with descendant
child
An element contained by a given compound element
child
A son or daughter
child
A descendant, however remote; used esp
child
find: state education agency (SEA) and local education agency (LEA) procedures for locating children with disabilities who are not receiving special education services (the unserved), or who are not receiving the appropriate services (the under served)
child
A segment located below another segment in a hierarchical tree; each lower segment is a child of the directly connected segment above it See also parent
child
means a natural child, stepchild, legally adopted child, or legal ward of the Agreement Holder or his/her Spouse, who is under the age of 21, single and financially dependent on the Agreement Holder or his/her Spouse There is no age restriction with respect to a physically or mentally handicapped child, if such condition existed prior to the age of 21
child
One who, by character of practice, shows signs of relationship to, or of the influence of, another; one closely connected with a place, occupation, character, etc
child
Includes a son or daughter by birth, a stepchild, or adopted child of the householder, regardless of the child's age or marital status Unlike the 1990 and 2000 decennial censuses, the American Community Survey does not distinguish between natural-born nor adopted and stepchildren The category excludes sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, and foster children
child
a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngsters" a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college" an immature childish person; "he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived"; "stop being a baby!" a member of a clan or tribe; "the children of Israel
child
A natural child, adoptive child, foster child, or stepchild
child
an immature childish person; "he remained a child in practical matters as long as he lived"; "stop being a baby!"
child
Offspring, inheritee, extender The opposite of a parent
childishly
in a child-like manner; "he acted very childishly
childishly
In a childish manner
childishly
in a childish manner; in an immature manner
childishly
In the manner of a child; in a trifling way; in a weak or foolish manner
childishly
in a child-like manner; "he acted very childishly"
childishness
{i} childish behavior, immaturity
childishness
a property characteristic of a child
childishness
the state of being childish
childishness
The state or quality of being childish; simplicity; harmlessness; weakness of intellect
Türkisch - Englisch
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childish
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