gut

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Englisch - Türkisch
bağırsak veya mide
içini temizlemek
bağırsaklarını çıkarmak
boğaz
bağırsak tel
içten gelen
yakıp
{f} yağmala
bağırsak

Sami'nin, bağırsaklarına güvenmesi gerek. - Sami should trust his gut.

içe doğan
kül etmek
bağırsaktan yapılan iplik
{i} yağma etme
(bir binanın içini/vb.) yok etmek
(Tıp) Barsak
(Sıfat) İçgüdüsel, içten, ateşli, coşkulu, önemli, ciddi
çalgı kirişi
içgüdüsel

Benim içgüdüsel hissim Tom'un yarın gelmeyeceğidir. - My gut feeling is that Tom won't show up tomorrow.

Tom'un sınavı geçmeyeceğine dair içgüdüsel bir sezgim var. - I have a gut feeling that Tom won't pass the test.

coşkulu
yağma etmek
{f} içini tahrip etmek
ciddi
{f} içini çıkarmak
ateşli
dar geçit
önemli
{f} temizlemek
içini tamamen tahrip etmek
hazım sistemi
{i} şerit
bağırsaklarını dışarı dökmek
{i} kiriş
yak/temizle
{f} özetini çıkarmak
{i} geçit
içten
(Arılık) sindirim kanalı
(Otomotiv) soymak
misina
gut course
gut ders
gut feeling
İçgüdüsel his

Benim içgüdüsel hissim Tom'un yarın gelmeyeceğidir. - My gut feeling is that Tom won't show up tomorrow.

gut feeling
İçsel algı, içten gelen sezi
gut instinct
Bir iş yapmak, harekete geçmek için duyulan ve bireyin engelleyemeyeceği kadar güçlü istek, içtepi
gut strings
gut dizeleri
gut-wrenching
Çok üzücü
guts
{i} k.dili. cesaret, yürek: He's got guts. Bayağı cesur o
gutless
korkakça
gut feeling
sezgisel
guts
büzük
guts
bağırsak
guts
göt
guts
yürek

Tom'un yaptığını yapmak yürek isterdi. - It took guts to do what Tom did.

gutless
korkak
guts
içerik
guts
cesaret

Tom'un Mary'ye ateş edecek cesareti yoktu. - Tom didn't have the guts to shoot Mary.

O tür bir şeyi yapmaya ancak Tom'un cesareti vardı. - Only Tom would have the guts to do that kind of thing.

guts
azim
guts
öz
guts
kararlılık
gutless
isteksiz
gutless
yüreksiz
gutless
gönülsüz
guts
enerji
guts
argo cesaret
guts
{i} bağırsaklar
guts
gutsy argo cesur
guts
güç/cesaret/bağırsaklar
guts
{i}

Artık hiç kimsenin onu yapmak için cesareti var gibi görünmüyor. - No one seems to have the guts to do that anymore.

Tom'un onu yapmak için cesareti yok. - Tom doesn't have the guts to do that.

guts
sindirim sistemi
guts
kişilik gücü
guts
{i} çoğ. bağırsaklar
guts
atılgan
guts
gözüpek
guts
yak/temizle
guts
sakınmasız
gutted
(Denizbilim) içorgansız
gutting
(Gıda) temizleme (balık)
Türkisch - Türkisch
Damla hastalığı
Organizmadaki ürik asidin atılmayarak vücudun bazı yerlerinde, özellikle ayak baş parmağında, topuk ve eklem yerlerinde birikmesinden ileri gelen, ağrı ve şişlerle ortaya çıkan hastalık, damla hastalığı, nikris
Organizmadaki ürik asidin atılmayarak vücudun bazı yerlerinde, özellikle ayak başparmağında, topuk ve eklem yerlerinde birikmesinden ileri gelen, ağrı ve şişlerle ortaya çıkan hastalık, damla hastalığı, nikris
Englisch - Englisch
Grand unification theory
Instinctive, e.g., a gut reaction
The alimentary canal, especially the intestine; innards
To remove or destroy the most important parts of

Congress gutted the welfare bill.

The abdomen of a person, especially one that is enlarged

beer gut.

The intestines of an animal used to make strings of a tennis racket or violin, etc
To eviscerate
Made of gut, e.g., a violin with gut strings
empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building"
{v} to take out the guts, draw, plunder
{n} the inward passage of food, gluttony, appetite
A gut feeling is based on instinct or emotion rather than reason. Let's have your gut reaction to the facts as we know them
One of the prepared entrails of an animal, esp
empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building
The sac of silk taken from a silkworm (when ready to spin its cocoon), for the purpose of drawing it out into a thread
The river s channel is often referred to as the "gut"
When someone guts a dead animal or fish, they prepare it for cooking by removing all the organs from inside it. It is not always necessary to gut the fish prior to freezing
To gut a building means to destroy the inside of it so that only its outside walls remain. Over the weekend, a firebomb gutted a building where 60 people lived A factory stands gutted and deserted
the best place to hit your opponent with a stone-hard *smash
You can refer to someone's stomach as their gut, especially when it is very large and sticks out. His gut sagged out over his belt. see also beer gut
An intenstine; a bowel; the whole alimentary canal; the enteron; pl
remove the guts of; "gut the sheep"
-Slang for "Line Hose"
This, when dry, is exceedingly strong, and is used as the snood of a fish line
{f} disembowel, eviscerate; remove the internal contents of; destroy the inside of
To take out the bowels from; to eviscerate
Achronym for grand unified theory [F88] GUTs See grand unified theories [LB90] gyrofrequency The frequency with which an electron or other charged particle executes spiral gyrations in moving across a magnetic field [H76] gyrosynchrotron radiation Radiation emitted by mildly relativistic electrons [H76] This page is maintained by Cren Frayer Last modified: 2-Mar-99 Cren Frayer [email protected] caltech edu -->
Guts is the will and courage to do something which is difficult or unpleasant, or which might have unpleasant results. The new Chancellor has the guts to push through unpopular tax increases
The alimentary canal A term used when describing fish larvae
A person's or animal's guts are all the organs inside them. By the time they finish, the crewmen are standing ankle-deep in fish guts
bowels; entrails
the intestines
A narrow passage of water; as, the Gut of Canso
remove the guts of; "gut the sheep" empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building
{i} intestines, alimentary canal; bowels, entrails; inner parts, contents of anything; sinew (used for violin strings, tennis rackets, etc.)
To plunder of contents; to destroy or remove the interior or contents of; as, a mob gutted the house
Gut is string made from part of the stomach of an animal. Traditionally, it is used to make the strings of sports rackets or musical instruments such as violins. see also gutted
a strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
The gut is the tube inside the body of a person or animal through which food passes while it is being digested
of a sheep, used for various purposes
(1) A narrow passage such as a STRAIT or INLET (2) A CHANNEL in otherwise SHALLOW WATER, generally formed by water in motion
emphasis If you say that you are working your guts out or slogging your guts out, you are emphasizing that you are working as hard as you can. Most have worked their guts out and made sacrifices. grand unified theory
emphasis If you hate someone's guts, you dislike them very much indeed. We hate each other's guts
gut barging
A sport (or slightly mock sport) in which two men with big fat guts (ie. their bellies) try to push each other off a mat, pushing only with their guts
gut buster
An extremely funny joke
gut buster
A meal that causes particular gastronomic pain
gut factor
The emotional dimension of decision making. A persons subjective (often almost visceral) feelings about what feels right or wrong, good or bad. An inner persuasion that one may feel convinced is the appropriate decision
gut feeling
an instinct or intuition; an immediate or basic feeling or reaction without a logical rationale

Susan had a gut feeling she was being followed, so she hurried to her car.

gut feelings
plural form of gut feeling
gut flora
The microorganisms that normally live in the digestive tract of animals
gut reaction
An instantaneous reaction made without thought

When he saw that lion leaping towards him, his gut reaction was to run.

gut reactions
plural form of gut reaction
gut rehab
A major restoration project on an old house or other building, ripping out plaster walls back to the studs and rafters and replacing them along with some or all of the trim, windows and doors, plumbing and electrical systems, exterior siding, roof, etc
gut-wrenching
difficult to tolerate
gut-wrenching
sickening
gut instinct
inner instinct, gut feeling, inner voice
gut check
A test or assessment of courage, character, or determination

It is gut-check time for corporate America.

gut-level
Heartfelt level, most instinctive level, most deep-seated level
gut-wrenching
Extremely unpleasant or upsetting
gut course
An undemanding academic course of study
gut feeling
deep internal perception, inner sense
gut wrenching
agonizing, extremely distressing, causing a lot of stress
gut-
remove the guts of; "gut the sheep"
gut-
catgut: a strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
gut-
empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building"
gut-
(1) A narrow passage such as a STRAIT or INLET (2) A CHANNEL in otherwise SHALLOW WATER, generally formed by water in motion
gut-
Achronym for grand unified theory [F88] GUTs See grand unified theories [LB90] gyrofrequency The frequency with which an electron or other charged particle executes spiral gyrations in moving across a magnetic field [H76] gyrosynchrotron radiation Radiation emitted by mildly relativistic electrons [H76] This page is maintained by Cren Frayer Last modified: 2-Mar-99 Cren Frayer [email protected] caltech edu -->
gut-
the best place to hit your opponent with a stone-hard *smash
gut-
The alimentary canal A term used when describing fish larvae
gut-
the intestines
gut-
-Slang for "Line Hose"
gut-
The river s channel is often referred to as the "gut"
gut-
intestine: the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
gut-wrenching
Gut-wrenching events or experiences make you feel extremely shocked or upset. Going to court can be an expensive, time consuming and gut wrenching experience that is best avoided
beer gut
A beer belly
blind gut
The caecum of the intestines
double gut shot
A poker hand where two different ranks could complete the straight, but the new card would not be the highest or lowest card in the straight. E.g. 2-4-5-6-8, either a 3 or a 7 could complete the straight
double gut shots
plural form of double gut shot
gutless
uncourageous
gutlessness
The state or condition of being gutless; cowardice
guts
Courage; determination

She doesn't take any nonsense from anyone—she's got guts.

guts
plural form of gut
guts
The entrails or contents of the abdomen
gutted
With the most important parts destroyed (often by fire), removed or rendered useless

Recognizing by late April that the new law was gutted beyond repair, the Michigan State Temperance Society urged prohibitionists to interrogate every every political candidate on this issue and to vote only for those who would publicly pledge to support the passage and enforcement of law.

gutted
Simple past tense and past participle of gut

Many believed this provision gutted the new law, as Lowry appointed three very conservative men to the body.

gutted
Past participle of to gut

In order to progress, we need to wait until the next period! I'm gutted! Been given some tablets to help accelerate this and should get it within 7-10 days.

gutted
deeply disappointed

So there I was feeling totally gutted by the whole ghastly business.

gutting
The remains after gutting a fish

mackerel guttings.

gutting
disheartening, crushing
maw-gut
duodenum

Pylorus, the Keeper of a Gate, a Porter. In Anatomy, the lower Orifice or Mouth of the Stomach, by which the Meat is let into the Entrails, the Maw-gut : It is alſo call’d Janitor in Latin.

up the gut
a play in American football in which the player runs the ball through the middle of the field through defenders
gutless
{s} cowardly; lacking courage
gutless
disapproval If you describe someone as gutless, you think they have a weak character and lack courage or determination. By attacking me, by attacking my wife, he has proved himself to be a gutless coward. lacking courage or determination = spineless
gutless
lacking courage or vitality; "he was a yellow gutless worm"; "a spineless craven fellow"
gutless
lacking courage or vitality; "he was a yellow gutless worm"; "a spineless craven fellow
gutlessness
the trait of lacking courage and determination; fearful of loss or injury
gutlessness
{i} cowardliness, lack of courage
guts
derm
guts
fortitude and determination; "he didn't have the guts to try it"
guts
plural of gut
guts
Content, substance
guts
{i} courage, energy, determination; intestines
gutted
If you are gutted, you feel extremely disappointed or depressed about something that has happened. Birmingham City supporters will be absolutely gutted if he leaves the club
gutted
past of gut
gutted
Having a gut or guts
gutted
{s} eviscerated; with the insides taken out; (British Slang) extremely disappointed or upset
gutted
eviscerated
gutting
present participle of gut
the gut
kishka
Türkisch - Englisch
gut
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