gnawing

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} kemir
sıkıntı veren
{i} kemirgen
üzücü
acı
kemirerek
{i} kurt
{s} kemiren
{i} kemirme
{i} eziyet
{i} kemiren şey
(sıfat) kemiren
gnaw
kemirmek
rodent
kemirgen

Porsuk bir sürü tavşan ve kayın tavuğu, ela keklik, küçük kemirgenler yakalar. - Wolverine catches a lot of hares and black grouses, hazel grouses, small rodents.

Fındık fareleri Gliridae ailesinin kemirgenleridir. - Dormice are rodents of the family Gliridae.

gnawing animal
kemirgen hayvan
gnawing animals
kemirici hayvanlar
gnawing mammal
kemirgen memeli
gnawing teeth
dişlerini kemirip
gnaw
kemir

Köpek kemiği yutamadığı için kemirir. - The dog gnaws the bone because he cannot swallow it.

Köpeğim kemikleri kemirmeyi seviyor. - My dog likes to gnaw on bones.

gnaw
üzmek
gnaw
içini kemirmek
gnaw
{f} eziyet vermek
gnaw
{f} acıtmak
gnaw
sancı vermek sıkıntı vermek
gnaw
gnawing ezinti
gnaw
ezilme
gnaw
ısıra ısıra yemek
rodent
(isim) kemirgen
rodent
{i} kemirgen hayvan
rodent
(Biyoloji) kemirici
rodent
dokuları zamanla tahrip eden
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of gnaw
severe or intense
A sensation of being gnawed
{i} constant chewing, eating away; corrosion; dull persistent pain (especially in the stomach)
worrying or painful, especially for a long time
{s} constantly chewing; corroding; persistently painful or troublesome
rodent
gnaw
To bite something persistently

We saw that the dog had been gnawing on the bone.

gnaw
{v} to bite, tear with the teeth, waste, fret
A gnawing
arrosion
gnaw
{f} nibble, bite, chew; wear away, corrode
gnaw
To produce excessive anxiety or worry
gnaw
If a feeling or thought gnaws at you, it causes you to keep worrying. Doubts were already gnawing away at the back of his mind Mary Ann's exhilaration gave way to gnawing fear. = nag. to keep biting something hard = chew
gnaw
To use the teeth in biting; to bite with repeated effort, as in eating or removing with the teethsomething hard, unwiedly, or unmanageable
gnaw
To corrode; to fret away; to waste
gnaw
become ground down or deteriorate; "Her confidence eroded"
gnaw
To bite, as something hard or tough, which is not readily separated or crushed; to bite off little by little, with effort; to wear or eat away by scraping or continuous biting with the teeth; to nibble at
gnaw
To bite in agony or rage
gnaw
bite or chew on with the teeth; "gnaw an old cracker"; "chewed on a cookie
gnaw
If people or animals gnaw something or gnaw at it, they bite it repeatedly. Woodlice attack living plants and gnaw at the stems Melanie gnawed a long, painted fingernail. = chew
gnaw
bite or chew on with the teeth; "gnaw an old cracker"; "chewed on a cookie"
gnawing

    Silbentrennung

    gnaw·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    nôîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈnôəɴɢ/ /ˈnɔːɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'no ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English gnawen, from Old English gnagan; akin to Old High German gnagan to gnaw.

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