fists

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Englisch - Türkisch
yumruk

Ooo! Yukiko! O acıtıyor! Bana yumruklarınla vurmaktan vazgeç! - Ow! Yukiko! That hurts! Quit hitting me with your fists!

Tom'un elleri sıkıca yumruk haline getirildi. - Tom's hands were tightly clenched into fists.

fist
yumruk

Ooo! Yukiko! O acıtıyor! Bana yumruklarınla vurmaktan vazgeç! - Ow! Yukiko! That hurts! Quit hitting me with your fists!

O, yumruklarıyla ona saldırdı. - She attacked him with her fists.

fist
yumruklamak
fist
fiske
-fists
-Yumruk
fist
teşebbüs
fist
yumruk atmak
fist
el
fist
girişim
fist
işaret parmağı
fist
{i} el yazısı
fist
dili el
fist
muşta
fist
avuçlamak
the strength of one's fists
bilek kuvveti
trust to one's fists
bileğine güvenmek
Englisch - Englisch
plural of fist
third-person singular of fist
fist
the characteristic signaling rhythm of an individual telegraph or CW operator when sending Morse code
fist
the pointing hand symbol
fist
to strike with the fist

may not score a point with his open hand(s), but may score a point by fisting the ball. Damian Cullen. Running the rule. The Irish Times 18 Aug 2003, pg. 52.

iron fists
plural form of iron fist
monkey's fists
plural form of monkey's fist
fist
{v} to beat, strike or hold fast, with the fist
fist
{n} the hand, the hand in a clinched state
clenching fists
forming the fingers of the hand into tight balls
fist
a hand with the fingers clenched in the palm (as for hitting)
fist
used to highlight an important piece of text Also called Index or Main or Flosse or Hand
fist
The talons of a bird of prey
fist
{i} closed hand; hand (Slang); handwriting (Slang)
fist
fire support team
fist
To gripe with the fist
fist
(Minbari warship 'Valen'tha' - Valen's Fist)'Thanounenglish | adronato
fist
The hand with the fingers doubled into the palm; the closed hand, especially as clinched tightly for the purpose of striking a blow
fist
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fist
the index mark [&fist;], used to direct special attention to the passage which follows
fist
hand with the fingers clenched or curled inward
fist
Your hand is referred to as your fist when you have bent your fingers in towards the palm in order to hit someone, to make an angry gesture, or to hold something. Angry protestors with clenched fists shouted their defiance Gary clutched a penny in his fist
fists

    Türkische aussprache

    fîsts

    Aussprache

    /ˈfəsts/ /ˈfɪsts/

    Etymologie

    [ fist ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English fyst; akin to Old High German fust fist, Polish piesc, and probably to Old English fIf five.

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