funk

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} dehşet
{f} korkutmak
büyük korku
korkmak
uzak durmak
(nedense) çekinmek
kaçmak
(Muzik) Funk, groove kavramının üzerine kurulu bir müzik türüdür. Tek başına bir müzik türü değildir, belirli türlere ayrılmıştır. Özellikle 70'lerin sonunun funk müzikalitesi disco/pop/boogie izlenimi verir. İlk olarak Afrika kökenli Amerikalı müzikçiler tarafından yapılmıştır
1. (konuşma dili) Korku, dehşet; 2. Korkak adam; 3. Çok korkmak, korkup çekilmek; korkaklık etmek, kaçınmak
{i} korkak
ödlek kimse/korku
{f} kaçınmak
korkak adam
{f} dehşete düşürmek
{f} yan çizmek
{f} çekinmek
{i} hilekâr
korkup çekil mek
f çok korkmak
ürk
{i} korku
spark
kıvılcım

Elektrik prizinden uçuşan kıvılcımlar var. - There are sparks flying out of the electric socket.

Bir ormanı yakmak için bir kıvılcım yeterli olur. - A spark would be enough to burn a forest.

funk hole
yeraltı sığınağı
spark
(fiil) kıvılcım saçmak, ateşlemek, teşvik etmek, harekete geçirmek, uyandırmak (ilgi vb.), kur yapmak
spark
ilgi uyandırmak
spark
kıvılcım hasıl etme
spark
elmas

Onun gözleri elmas gibi parladı. - Her eyes sparkled like diamonds.

Mary'nin gözleri elmas gibi parladı. - Mary's eyes sparkled like diamonds.

spark
havalı
spark
civelek
spark
eser
spark
nebze
spark
{f} kıvılcım saç
spark
kışkırtmak
spark
işaret
blue funk
Bozuk morâl
get be in a funk
Bir funk olmak olsun
get into a funk
Bir funk girmek
in a blue funk
mavi funk içinde
mental depression
ruhsal depresyon
spark
iz
spark
spark arrester kıvılcım kafesi
spark
endüksi
spark
elektrik kıvılcımlarını önleyen cihaz
spark
{f} uyandırmak (ilgi vb.)
spark
elektrik kıvılcımı
spark
{i} ateşleme
Englisch - Englisch
To shrink from, or avoid something because of fear
A genre of popular music associated with the 1970s and typified by prominent bass guitar and horn section
A state of fear or panic, especially cowardly
mental depression
Foul or unpleasant smell, especially body odour. Examples of 18th Century usage cited in Universal English Dictionary, 1896
spark
touchwood, punk, tinder
{n} offensive smell, great fright, panic
A kind of popular music emerging out of the soul music of James Brown, led in the 1970's by Sly and the Family Stone and the bands of George Clinton (Parliament and Funkadelic), with a new emphasis on complex rhythms and a nimble style of bass playing (Bootsy Collins was one of main bass players of this period) Funk bands often featured full horn sections (trumpets, trombones, and saxophones), playing tight interjections
If you need to ask, you'll probably never know
An offensive smell; a stench
A shrinking back through fear
Front Uni National du Kampuchéa, or National United Front of Kampuchea Established by Sihanouk in Beijing in 1970, shortly after the Lon Nol coup ousted him from power; a political and military coalition committed to destroying the Lon Nol regime *
Foul or unpleasant smell, especially body odour
an earthy, unsophisticated style and feeling, or the style and feelings of blues
Originally, jazz with a pronounced gospel influence Later, a style of R&B music or jazz-rock fusion
United States biochemist (born in Poland) who showed that several diseases were caused by dietary deficiencies and who coined the term `vitamin' for the chemicals involved (1884-1967)
To envelop with an offensive smell or smoke
a state of nervous depression; "he was in a funk"
draw back, as with fear or pain; "she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
To funk at; to flinch at; to shrink from (a thing or person); as, to funk a task
One who funks; a shirk; a coward
To frighten; to cause to flinch
A type of popular music combining elements of jazz, blues and soul and characterized by syncopated rhythm and a heavy, repetitive bass line
Funk is a style of dance music based on jazz and blues, with a strong, repeated bass part. a mixture of experimental jazz, soul and funk. to avoid doing something because it is difficult, or because you are afraid
"Radio " (German )
To emit an offensive smell; to stink
To be frightened, and shrink back; to flinch; as, to funk at the edge of a precipice
{i} fear, terror (Slang); coward (Slang); type of jazz
{f} be afraid; cower in fear; frighten; escape; avoid
funk hole
dugout as a place of safe retreat (when in a funk)
funk hole
shelter dug into a hillside or in the ground; area dug out of the side of a trench where soldiers can hide or sleep; safe place, refuge
funk hole
A dugout or similar place of shelter or refuge
G-funk
Abbreviation for Gangsta-funk, a type of hip hop music

Man, I love sitting back and listening to some jived out G-funk!.

blue funk
nervous depression
fake the funk
To perform below one's capacities
fake the funk
To promise more than one can deliver
I K Funk
born Sept. 10, 1839, Clifton, Ohio, U.S. died April 4, 1912 U.S. publisher. He was ordained a Lutheran minister in 1861 but resigned the pulpit in 1872 to travel in Europe and the Middle East. In 1877, with Adam Willis Wagnalls (1843-1924), he founded I.K. Funk & Co., later Funk & Wagnalls Co. (1891). The firm became best known for its Standard Dictionary of the English Language (1893), whose successors remained in print through the next century
Isaac Kauffman Funk
born Sept. 10, 1839, Clifton, Ohio, U.S. died April 4, 1912 U.S. publisher. He was ordained a Lutheran minister in 1861 but resigned the pulpit in 1872 to travel in Europe and the Middle East. In 1877, with Adam Willis Wagnalls (1843-1924), he founded I.K. Funk & Co., later Funk & Wagnalls Co. (1891). The firm became best known for its Standard Dictionary of the English Language (1893), whose successors remained in print through the next century
blue funk
tense depression; sad mood
funking
A shrinking back through fear
funks
plural of funk
jazz funk
{i} type of dance music which is a combination of jazz and funk
funk

    Türkische aussprache

    fʌngk

    Antonyme

    happiness, joy

    Aussprache

    /ˈfəɴɢk/ /ˈfʌŋk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'f&[ng]k ] () circa 1739. From Middle English funke, fonke (“spark”), from Old English *funce, *fanca (“spark”), from Proto-Germanic *funkēn, *funkōn, *fankēn, *spunk- (“spark”), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)peng-, *(s)pheng- (“to shine”). Cognate with Middle Low German funke, fanke (“spark”), Middle Dutch vonke (“spark”), Old High German funcho, funko (“spark”), German Funke (“spark”). More at spunk.

    Tempora

    funks, funking, funked

    Wort des Tages

    guillotine
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