crunch

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} çıtırdamak
hart hurt yemek
kütürdetmek
krizin dönüm noktası
iktisadi tazyik
kon sıkıştırma
çatır çatur yemek
kütürtü
çatır çutur yemek
çıtır çıtır yemek
ögütmek
çatırdatmak
çatırdamak
{f} gürültüyle ye
çuturtu
karar anı
zor an
dönüm çekidi
çatırtı
{f} hışırdamak
dili güç durum
in the crunch paçası sıkışınca
{f} kıtır kıtır yemek
çatır çatır çiğnemek
ses
{f} ezmek
{i} çıkmaz
çatırda/çiğne
{f} çiğnemek
dönüm noktası/çatırtı
{f} çatırtı ile ezmek
{i} zor durum
{i} hışırtı
{f} çıtır çıtır yemek, kıtır kıtır yemek, katır kutur yemek, hart hurt yemek
{i} çıtırtı
crunch finish
(Tekstil) hışırtılılık apresi
crunch time
dönüm noktası
crunch finish
(Tekstil) hışırtılık apresi
credit crunch
Likidite krizi, ekonomik şartlardan dolayı kredi alma zorluğu
when it comes to the crunch
(deyim) en zor aşamaya gelinirse
when it comes to the crunch
(deyim) en zor aşamaya gelindiğinde
when the crunch comes
(deyim) zor zamanlar başladığında
come to the crunch
paçası sıkışmak
alternating crunch
(Spor) Sırasıyla sağ ve sol dize doğru yapılan mekik çekme hareketi
crunched
darlığı
crunched
kırıntılanmış, kırıntı halinde
crunching
hatır hatır
crunching
hatır hutur

Hatır hutur ne yiyorsun? - What are you crunching on?

Tom Mary'nin hatır hutur havuç yediğini duyabiliyordu. - Tom could hear Mary crunching on a carrot.

in the crunch
{k} paçası sıkışınca
liquidity crunch
(Ticaret) likidite sıkışması
liquidity crunch
(Ticaret) likidite darlığı
to crunch
hart hurt yemek
to crunch
çıtır çıtır yemek
Englisch - Englisch
to crush something with a noisy crackling sound, especially with reference to food

When I came home, Susan was watching TV with her feet up on the couch, crunching a piece of celery.

A noisy crackling sound; the sound usually associated with crunching
to calculate or otherwise process (e.g. to crunch numbers: to perform mathematical calculations)

That meta data makes it much easier for the search engine software to quickly crunch the data for search queries.

A form of abdominal exercise, based on a sit-up but in which the lower back remains in contact with the floor
A critical moment or event
to be crushed with a noisy crackling sound

Beetles crunched beneath the men's heavy boots as they worked.

a form of exercise based on a sit-up
chew noisily; "The children crunched the celery sticks"
To minimize the amount of computer memory used to store a program
the sound of something crunching; "he heard the crunch of footsteps on the gravel path"
Process data at high speed
press or grind with a crunching noise
{i} chewing with the teeth; sound made by crunching; pressured situation
A good bodycheck
To grind or press with violence and noise
reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading; "grind the spices in a mortar"; "mash the garlic"
The forced evacuation of desirable points because of the lack of alternate plays
the act of crushing
the sound of something crunching; "he heard the crunch of footsteps on the gravel path" a critical situation that arises because of a shortage (as a shortage of time or money or resources); "an end-of-the year crunch"; "a financial crunch" make crunching noises; "his shoes were crunching on the gravel" chew noisily; "The children crunched the celery sticks" press or grind with a crunching noise
to crush something with a noisy crackling sound, esp. with reference to food
{f} munch, chew with the teeth; crush
To crunch numbers means to do a lot of calculations using a calculator or computer. I pored over the books with great enthusiasm, often crunching the numbers until 1: 00 a.m
To emit a grinding or craunching noise
If you crunch across a surface made of very small stones, you move across it causing it to make a crunching noise. I crunched across the gravel. wheels crunching over a stony surface
to efficiently process large amounts of information
You can refer to an important time or event, for example when an important decision has to be made, as the crunch. He can rely on my support when the crunch comes The Prime Minister is expected to call a crunch meeting on Monday. If you say that something will happen if or when it comes to the crunch, you mean that it will happen if or when the time comes when something has to be done. If it comes to the crunch, I'll resign over this
To chew with force and noise; to craunch
To crush with the teeth; to chew with a grinding noise; to craunch; as, to crunch a biscuit
The forced evacuation of desirable points due to a lack of alternative plays
a critical situation that arises because of a shortage (as a shortage of time or money or resources); "an end-of-the year crunch"; "a financial crunch"
A situation in which a business or economy has very little money can be referred to as a crunch. a financial crunch that could threaten the company's future. = crisis
(30+) - Until the end of your next turn, if an attack damages the Defending Pokémon (after applying Weakness and Resistance), that attack does 20 more damage to the Defending Pokémon Pokémon with this attack: Houndoom L37
The common term in an electronic environment for the amount of time it takes to process a command for a certain effect
To efficiently process large amounts of information A number cruncher, for example, is a routine or device optimized for and dedicated to processing numbers
make crunching noises; "his shoes were crunching on the gravel"
If something crunches or if you crunch it, it makes a breaking or crushing noise, for example when you step on it. A piece of china crunched under my foot He crunched the sheets of paper in his hands. = scrunch Crunch is also a noun. She heard the crunch of tires on the gravel driveway
If you crunch something hard, such as a sweet, you crush it noisily between your teeth. She sucked an ice cube into her mouth, and crunched it loudly Richard crunched into the apple
crunch numbers
To figure; to do the math

Before you buy a car, spend some time crunching numbers and make sure you can afford it.

crunch time
The last few minutes of play in the fourth quarter
crunch time
A critical period of time during which it is necessary to work hard and fast
crunch-time
Alternative spelling of crunch time
crunch time
A critical moment or period (as near the end of a game) when decisive action is needed
credit crunch
A period of economic crisis in which credit and investment capital are difficult to obtain
credit crunch
difficulty in obtaining loans due to non-favorable economic conditions
credit crunch
a state in which there is a short supply of cash to lend to businesses and consumers and interest rates are high
Big Crunch
The hypothetic eventual collapse of the universe that would happen if it did not continue to expand
big crunch
A singularity at the centre of a black hole, or the final result of the Big Crunch
Cap'n Crunch
a type of sweet breakfast cereal which is popular especially with children in the US
crunched
past of crunch
crunched
reduced to small pieces; "crunched nuts
crunched
reduced to small pieces; "crunched nuts"
crunches
plural of crunch
crunches
third-person singular of crunch
crunching
{i} grinding, chewing with the teeth
crunching
present participle of crunch
crunch
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