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Englisch - Türkisch
aramak
tabanca ile aramak
(birinin) çanına ot tıkamak için fırsat kollamak
(belirli bir yeri) elde etmek için bütün gayretiyle çalışmak
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tabanca

Tom elinde bir tabanca ile öldü. - Tom died with a gun in his hand.

Tom bir tabanca ve bir bıçakla kendini silahlandırdı. - Tom armed himself with a gun and a knife.

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silâh

O, bu silahı yüklü bulundurur. - He keeps this gun loaded.

Onunla karşılaşmadan önce, Pizzaro adamlarının ve silahlarının çoğunu kasaba yakınında sakladı. - Before meeting him, Pizzaro hid many of his men and guns near the town.

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ateşli silah

Ateşli silah kurbanlarıyla dolu çok sayıda ambulans vardı. - There were many ambulances filled with gunshot victims.

Ateşli silahların sesini duyduk. - We heard the sound of gunshots.

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revolver
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{f} ateş et

Ben polis. Karakola kadar gelir misiniz? N-neden? Kasabanın ortasında tabancayla ateş etmeye gitmenin bir suç olmadığını düşünemiyor musun?! - This is the police. Would you mind coming down to the station? W-why? You can't think it's not a crime to go shooting guns off in the middle of town?!

Tom silahını çekti ve Mary'ye ateş etti. - Tom pulled out his gun and shot Mary.

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tüfek

O, bir makineli tüfekle onu vurdu. - She shot him with a machine gun.

Bir insanı bir havalı tüfekle öldürebilirsin. - You can kill a man with a BB gun.

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{f} ateş etmek
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ağızotu koymak
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{f} avlamak
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top

Toplar bütün gece gümbürdedi. - The guns thundered away all night.

Tom, Mary parayı toplarken rehineleri silahla tuttu. - Tom held the hostages at gunpoint while Mary gathered the cash.

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pompa
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silâhlı kimse
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vurmak

Birbirlerini vurmak için silahlarını kullandılar. - They used their guns to hit each other.

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gun carriage top kundağı ve arabası
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{f} tam gaz vermek (otomobil)
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kurşun ve gülle atan her çeşit silâh
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gun barrel tüfek namlusu
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{i} avcı

Avcı silaha cephane koydu. - The hunter put ammunition in the gun.

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ABD

Neden ABD hükümeti insanların silah almalarına izin verdi? - Why does the US government let people have guns?

ABD'deki silah sahiplik oranı, dünyanın en yükseğidir. - The U.S. gun ownership rate is the highest in the world.

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tüfekle avlamak
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(Askeri) TOP: Nispeten uzun bir namluya, yüksek ilk hıza ve yatık bir mermi yoluna sahip olan ve insan tarafından taşınmayan bir silah. Bir top; kundağı motorlu, tekerlekli, tırtıllı veya çekili olabilir. Namlu uzunluğu, çapın 30 veya daha fazla katı olan topçu silahı. Bak. "howitzer; mortar"
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{f} (motoru) birdenbire tam gazla çalıştırmak; (arabayı) birdenbire tam gaz sürmek
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von gun for im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

GUN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Renk
GUN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Tarz, gidiş, sıfat
Englisch - Englisch
To strive for the downfall or diminution of another

He has been gunning for her since the day he arrived, he wants her job.

If someone is gunning for you, they are trying to find a way to harm you or cause you trouble. You knew that they were gunning for you, but did you ever imagine that it would be as bad as this?
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A cannon with relatively long barrel, operating with relatively low angle of fire, and having a high muzzle velocity. JP 1-02
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A cannon with a 6-inch/155mm minimum nominal bore diameter and tube length 30 calibers or more. See also: howitzer; mortar. JP 1-02
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A device or tool shaped like a pistol and operated in similar fashion by pulling a trigger with the index finger, e.g., rivet gun, screw gun, price-label gun
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To seek to attack someone; to take aim at someone

He's been gunning for you ever since you embarrassed him at the party.

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Biceps
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To offer vigorous support to a person or cause

He’s gunning for you.

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A pattern that "fires" out other patterns

The glider gun on the bottom of the NOT circuit emits a continuous stream of gliders, while the data stream source emits a glider only when there is a value of 1 in the stream.

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A very portable, short weapon, for hand use; a bullet or projectile-firing weapon; a handgun: a revolver, pistol, Derringer, zipgun, so forth
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(with “down”) To shoot someone or something, usually with a firearm

The CEO gunned down that idea before we could present it to the board.

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To speed something up

He gunned the engine.

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To be very good or the best at something

Daniel is gun at basketball.

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Any device or tool that projects a substance in a superficially similar fashion to a firearm, e.g., nail gun, squirt gun, spray gun, grease gun
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Any weapon that launches a projectile from a tube, even if it is not a firearm, e.g., air-pressure pellet gun, air rifle, BB gun; or, a home-made firearm such as a potato gun
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A long surfboard designed for surfing big waves (not the same as a longboard, a gun has a pointed nose and is generally a little narrower)

2000: by the winter of 1962, the Brewer Surfboards Hawaii gun was the most in-demand big-wave equipment on the North Shore. — Drew Kampion at surfline.com.

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A less portable, long weapon; a bullet or projectile firing weapon; a rifle, either manual, automatic or semi-automatic; a musket or shotgun

This is my rifle, this is my gun. One is for fighting, one is for fun. (U.S. military cadence, used to make recruits memorize that the only correct term for a soldier's standard-issue firearm is a rifle, not a gun.).

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{n} a cannon, musket a great flagon or pot
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Rod
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Muskets, rifles, carbines, and fowling pieces are smaller guns, for hand use, and are called small arms
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Any device or tool that projects a payload in a superficially similar fashion to a firearm, e.g., nail gun, squirt gun, spray gun, grease gun
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Violent blasts of wind
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To gun an engine or a vehicle means to make it start or go faster by pressing on the accelerator pedal. He gunned his engine and drove off. see also airgun, machine-gun, shotgun, sub-machine gun
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A device or tool shaped like a pistol and operated in similar fashion by pulling a trigger with the index finger, e.g., rivet gun, price gun, screw gun
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A less portable, long weapon; a bullet or projectile firing weapon; a rifle, either manual, automatic or semi-automatic, or a shotgun (or, historically, a musket or other firearm now obsolete)
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To practice fowling or hunting small game; chiefly in participial form; as, to go gunning
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A weapon which throws or propels a missile to a distance; any firearm or instrument for throwing projectiles by the explosion of gunpowder, consisting of a tube or barrel closed at one end, in which the projectile is placed, with an explosive charge behind, which is ignited by various means
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The British restrict the term in portable arms to shotguns Here it is properly used for rifles, shotguns, handguns and airguns, as well as cannon
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a cannon that fires a high velocity projectile on a flat trajectory
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Large surfboard for riding big waves
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a person who shoots a gun (as regards their ability)
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A hypodermic needle
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A breech-loading gun A gun loaded at the breech, which is then closed by a screw or wedge-block Evening or sunset gun A gun fired at sunset, or about 9 o'clock p m
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{i} device with a metal tube through which bullets or other missiles are fired; rifle; pistol; cannon; professional killer (Slang)
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A gun or a starting gun is an object like a gun that is used to make a noise to signal the start of a race. The starting gun blasted and they were off
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A piece of heavy ordnance; in a restricted sense, a cannon
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the discharge of a gun as signal or as a salute in military ceremonies; "a twenty gun salute"
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a hand-operated pump that resembles a gun; forces grease into parts of a machine
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a professional killer who uses a gun
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the discharge of a gun as signal or as a salute in military ceremonies; "a twenty gun salute" a weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel) shoot with a gun
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A gun is a weapon from which bullets or other things are fired. He produced a gun and he came into the house The inner-city has guns and crime and drugs and deprivation. gun control laws
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{f} shoot, fire; dramatically increase the speed of, accelerate rapidly
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Any weapon that launches a projectile from a tube, even if it is not a firearm, e.g., potato gun, air-pressure pellet gun
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large but transportable armament
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  1 Individual designated as an official gunner at an event   2   Firearm handler swings and fires (blanks) in seasoned and finished tests   
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Larger guns are called cannon, ordnance, fieldpieces, carronades, howitzers, etc
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A cannon with tube length 30 calibers or more. See also: howitzer; mortar. JP 1-02
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The device that dispenses a material (adhesive) onto a substrate or product
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If you jump the gun, you do something before everyone else or before the proper or right time. It wasn't due to be released until September 10, but some booksellers have jumped the gun and decided to sell it early
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an outfielder's outstanding throwing arm
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shoot with a gun
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See these terms in the Vocabulary
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Matrix's name for his gun; it functions with Matrix's cybernetic eye RB: 3 H
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A poor term for mortar
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A cannon designed to throw a projectile a long distance with a flat trajectory
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Hypodermic needle
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- term for mortar
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A slang term for the instrument known as a "theodolite" This instrument is what the surveyor uses to turn angles and measure distances
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A relatively long-barreled cannon designed to fire projectiles with a nearly flat trajectory For a discussion of the distinguishing characteristics of field guns, siege guns, smoothbores and rifles, see the Weapons page For more examples, see the Encyclopedia
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If you stick to your guns, you continue to have your own opinion about something even though other people are trying to tell you that you are wrong. He should have stuck to his guns and refused to meet her. Weapon consisting essentially of a metal tube from which a missile or projectile is shot by the force of exploding gunpowder or some other propellant. The term is often limited today to the so-called big guns, cannon larger than a howitzer or mor(Tarih) It may also be used to refer to military small arms such as the rifle, machine gun, and pistol, as well as to nonmilitary firearms such as the shotgun. Though the Chinese used gunpowder in warfare from the 9th century, guns were not developed until the Europeans acquired gunpowder in the 13th century. The earliest guns ( 1327) resembled old-fashioned soda bottles; they apparently were fired by applying a red-hot wire to a touchhole drilled through the top. Separating the barrel and the powder chamber resulted in breechloaders, which continued to be used in naval swivel guns and fortress wallpieces well into the 17th century. Small arms, as distinguished from hand cannon, did not exist until the development of the matchlock in the 15th century. See also flintlock, wheel lock. antiaircraft gun Gatling gun Machine Gun Kelly machine gun submachine gun Taewon gun Uzi submachine gun
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A very portable, short weapon, for hand use; a bullet or projectile-firing weapon; a handgun
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a weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel)
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a weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel) shoot with a gun
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a pedal that controls the throttle valve; "he stepped on the gas"
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If you come out with guns blazing or with all guns blazing, you put all your effort and energy into trying to achieve something. The company came out with guns blazing
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