cuff

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Englisch - Türkisch
manşet

Onun ceketinin manşetleri kötü yıpranmış. - The cuffs of his suit jacket are badly frayed.

{i} kelepçe

Tom turuncu bir tulum giyiyordu ve elleri önünde kelepçeliydi. - Tom was wearing an orange jumpsuit and his hands were cuffed in front of him.

Sami arandı, kelepçelendi ve karakola götürüldü. - Sami was searched, cuffed and taken to the police station.

yen
(Kanun) kelepçelemek
kolluk
katlanmış pantolon paçası
tokat atmak
tokat
{i} sille, tokat
cuff links kol düğmesi
{f} tokatlamak
{i} kol ağzı
{i} şamar
tokat at
{f} şamar atmak
{i} paça
argo veresiye
yumruk vurmak
doğaçtan
kelepçe/kıvrım/tokat/yen
manşet,v.tokatla: n.tokat
(Argo) zenci
cuff links
(Tekstil) kol düğmesi
cuff link
kol düğmesi
cuff links
manşet bağlantılar
cuff trim
(Tekstil) süslü manşet
cuffed
(Sanat) Duble paçalı
off the cuff
doğaçtan
off the cuff
düşünmeksizin
off the cuff
düşünmeden
off the cuff
kafadan
rubber cuff
lastik manşon / zarf
rubber cuff
lastik zarf
rubber cuff
lastik manşon
sleeve cuff
(Tekstil) manşet
off the cuff
hazırlıksız
barrel cuff
gömlek manşeti
blood pressure cuff
(Tıp, İlaç) Tansiyon aleti
french cuff
manşet fransız
off-the-cuff
hazırlıksız
pants cuff
pantolon manşet
rotator cuff
rotator manşet
trouser cuff
pantolon manşet
leather cuff
deri tozluk
off the cuff
hazırlıksız olarak
off the cuff
argo doğaçtan, irticalen
on the cuff
(fiil)resiye
on the cuff
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- tokat atmak 2- kelepçe vurmak
on the cuff
veresiye
on the cuff
argo veresiye
ribbed cuff
(Tekstil) nervürlü manşet
Englisch - Englisch
To furnish with cuffs
To hit, as a reproach
To handcuff
The end of a shirt sleeve that covers the wrist
The end of a pants leg, folded up
glove; mitten
{v} to strike with the fist, beat, knock, fight
{n} a box, blow, stroke, part of a sleeve
To buffet
A blow; esp
The cuff is the part of the glove extending beyond the palm that covers the wrist and part of the forearm
hit with the hand
the inflatable balloon on some tracheostomy tubes
If the police cuff someone, they put handcuffs on them. She hoped they wouldn't cuff her hands behind her back
confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs; "The police handcuffed the suspect at the scene of the crime"
to smite with the palm or flat of the hand; to slap
The portion of the inline skate that encases the ankle A cuff usually is plastic and hinged at the ankle
a usually wide metal band worn as a bracelet
The cuffs of a shirt or dress are the parts at the ends of the sleeves, which are thicker than the rest of the sleeve. a pale blue shirt with white collar and cuffs
To apply handcuffs
a blow with the open hand; a box; a slap
The top part of the boot that wraps around the lower leg Many women's models are scalloped at the top to accommodate a large or low calf
the lap consisting of a turned-back hem encircling the end of the sleeve or leg
To fight; to scuffle; to box
To strike; esp
the lap consisting of a turned-back hem encircling the end of the sleeve or leg hit with the hand
Any ornamental appendage at the wrist, whether attached to the sleeve of the garment or separate; especially, in modern times, such an appendage of starched linen, or a substitute for it of paper, or the like
The cuffs on a pair of pants or trousers are the parts at the ends of the legs, which are folded up. the cuffs of his jeans
shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist; usually used in pairs
The fold at the end of a sleeve; the part of a sleeve turned back from the hand
{f} strike, slap, smack; make a cuff or cuffs (on trousers); put handcuffs on
{i} fold at the bottom of a shirt sleeve or trouser leg; handcuffs; punch, blow
An off-the-cuff remark is made without being prepared or thought about in advance. I didn't mean any offence. It was a flippant, off-the-cuff remark
Canadian Unity Fan Fund An annual fan charity to bring a fan from Western Canada to CanVentions held in Eastern Canada, or vice versa
cuff Jonas
said of one who is knock-kneed, or who beats his sides to keep himself warm in frosty weather. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
cuff links
plural form of cuff link
cuff on the ear
A box on the ear, painful smack on the side of the head

The naughty knave's red ears resulted more often from cuffs on the ear then from honest shame after paternal lectures.

cuff link
small decorative accessory used to close the cuffs on the sleeves of a shirt
cuff link
a small piece of jewellery that a man can use to fasten his shirt cuffs
French cuff
A style of shirt cuff that is folded back on itself and then fastened with a cuff link. Usually considered more formal than a buttoned cuff
French cuff
A shirt cuff in this style
off-the-cuff
Extemporaneous; without prior preparation; impromptu

He made a few off-the-cuff remarks before launching into his prepared speech.

on the cuff
On credit, with payment to be made later

The newspapers were jammed with ads inviting customers to buy on the cuff. Philadelphians could get a $269 television set for $5 down and $4 a week.

rotator cuff
A set of four smaller muscles in the shoulder responsible for rotating the humerus (upper arm bone)

In my quest for world records, I ruined both my rotator cuffs. The cuff, a group of four relatively small (but important) shoulder muscles which control inward and outward rotation of the humerus, is particularly vulnerable to the kind of trauma gymnastics, weighlifting and powerlifting inflict.

French cuff
A wide cuff for a shirt sleeve that is folded back and fastened with a cuff link
be off-the-cuff
say something offhandedly
cuffed
past of cuff
cuffed
struck with especially the open hand; "hung his head like a cuffed and chastised child"; "wondered which was the worse punishment, her slapped face or her injured feelings
cuffing
present participle of cuff
cuffs
plural of cuff
cuffs
shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist; usually used in pairs
cuffs
{i} handcuffs, manacles (Informal term)
mousquetaire cuff
A deep flaring cuff
off the cuff
without preparation; "the presidential candidate made a remark off the cuff"
off the cuff
without preparation; "the presidential candidate made a remark off the cuff
off the cuff
in an improvised manner, without preparation, in a spontaneous manner, impromptu
off-the-cuff
instinctively, automatically, immediately
off-the-cuff
see cuff. an off-the-cuff remark, reply etc is one that you make without thinking about it first = spontaneous
off-the-cuff
with little or no preparation or forethought; "his ad-lib comments showed poor judgment"; "an extemporaneous piano recital"; "an extemporary lecture"; "an extempore skit"; "an impromptu speech"; "offhand excuses"; "trying to sound offhanded and reassuring"; "an off-the-cuff toast"; "a few unrehearsed comments"
off-the-cuff remark
spontaneous verbal outburst, speaking without thinking in advance
rotator cuff
The group of tendons and muscles that attach the bone of the upper arm to the shoulder blade and provide support and mobility to the ball-and-socket joint of the shoulder
rotator cuff
A structure around the shoulder-joint capsule composed of intermingled muscle and tendon fibers The rotator cuff provides stability and strength to the shoulder joint
rotator cuff
– muscles and their insertional tendons that form a cuff over the shoulder joint, on their way to attaching from the scapula to the humorous; major function is to control, and produce, rotation of the shoulder
rotator cuff
consists of muscles and tendons that hold the shoulder in place
rotator cuff
A set of muscles and tendons that secures the arm to the shoulder joint and permits rotation of the arm
rotator cuff
muscles and tendons that form a cuff over the shoulder joint and attach to the scapula to the bone in the upper arm (humerus); major function is to control and produce rotation of the shoulder
rotator cuff
Comprised of four muscles in the shoulder area that can be irratated by overuse The muscles are the supraspinatus (most commonly injured), infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis
rotator cuff
Comprised of four muscles in the shoulder area that can be irritated by overuse The muscles are the supraspinatus (most commonly injured), infra-spinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis
rotator cuff
a supporting structure of the shoulder consisting of the muscles and tendons that attach the arm to the shoulder joint and enable the arm to move
rotator cuff
– muscles and their insertional tendons that form a cuff over the shoulder joint, on their way to attaching from the scapula to the humorus; major function is to control, and produce, rotation of the shoulder
rotator cuff
A supporting structure that is made up of the capsule of the shoulder joint, mised with tendons and muscles
rotator cuff
A tendon formed by three distinct muscles which stabilise the head of the humerus within the shoulder joint Tendonitis or injury to the rotator cuff muscle can make lifting the arm out to the side and external rotation painful In most cases treatment includes rest, ice, and physical therapy to strengthen the shoulder muscles Hard, extended J-stroke paddling can injure the rotator cuff Been there; done that Don't forget to switch sides and take breaks
rotator cuff
Comprised of four muscles in the shoulder area that can be irritated by over use The muscles are the supraspinatus(most commonly injured), infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis
rotator cuff
A supporting structure that is made up of the capsule of the shoulder joint, mixed with tendons and muscles
rotator cuff
four intrinsic muscles of the shoulder responsible for arm rotation and keeping the humerus in the glenoid fossa S
rotator cuff
The "cuff" formed by four muscles and their tendons, acting to stabilize and reinforce the humeral head in the shoulder joint during movement
trouser cuff
a cuff on the bottoms of trouser legs
cuff

    Türkische aussprache

    kʌf

    Aussprache

    /ˈkəf/ /ˈkʌf/

    Etymologie

    [ 'k&f ] (noun.) 1522. From Middle English cuffe, coffe (“glove, mitten”), of obscure origin. Perhaps from Old English cuffie (“hood, cap”), from Medieval Latin cofia, cofea, cuffa, cuphia (“helmet, headdress, hood, cap”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *kuf(f)ja (“headdress”), from Proto-Germanic *kuppjō(n) (“cap”). Cognate with Middle High German kupfe (“cap”).

    Tempora

    cuffs, cuffing, cuffed

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    cuff link, cuff links

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