cowering

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Englisch - Türkisch
sinerek
{f} sin
{i} sinme
sinen
cower
korkudan yere çökmek
cower
suspus olmak
cower
sin

Tom'un köpeği fırtına sırasında mutfak masasının altına sindi. - Tom's dog cowered under the kitchen table during the storm.

Köpeğim ne zaman gök gürültüsünü duysa masanın altına siner. - My dog cowers under the table whenever he hears thunder.

cower
sinmek
cower
büzülmek
cower
{f} çökmek
cower
korkudan sinmek
cower
dizlerinin bağı çözülmek
cower
çömelmek
cower
{f} dizlerinin bağı çözülmek (Argo)
cower
korkup çekilmek
silent and cowering
suspus
Englisch - Englisch
Frozen in fear and unable to take combat or movement actions Cowering creatures lose all Dexterity bonuses, and attacks against them gain a +2 bonus
[d20 Modern] The character is frozen in fear, loses any Dexterity bonus, and can take no actions In addition, the character takes a -2 penalty to Defence
present participle of cower
cower
To crouch or cringe in fear

He'd be useless in war. He'd just cower in his bunker until the enemy came in and shot him, or until the war was over.

cower
to crouch down tremblingly, as through fear or shame
cower
{v} to sink by bending the knees, shrink, stoop
cower
To cherish with care
cower
crouch or curl up; "They huddled outside in the rain"
cower
{f} cringe, shrink, tremble, grovel
cower
show submission or fear
cower
To stoop by bending the knees; to crouch; to squat; hence, to quail; to sink through fear
cower
If you cower, you bend forward and downwards because you are very frightened. The hostages cowered in their seats. to bend low and move back because you are frightened cower back/against/under etc (kuren )
cower
To crouch in fear
cowering

    Türkische aussprache

    kauırîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈkouərəɴɢ/ /ˈkaʊɜrɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kau(-&)r ] (intransitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English couren, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse kura to cower.

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