hay

listen to the pronunciation of hay
Englisch - Türkisch
saman

Biz samanı samanlıkta depoladık. - We stored the hay in the barn.

Zavallı çocuk saman nezlesi olmuş. - The poor child suffers from hay fever.

kuru ot

Başrahipler kuru ot biçer mi? Başrahipler asla kuru ot biçmezler. Başrahipler dua ederler! - Do abbots mow hay? Abbots never mow hay. Abbots pray!

{f} (kurutmak için) ot biçmek
{i} azıcık para
{f} otu biçip kurutmak
{i} esrar
{i} ot
hay fever
bahar nezlesi
hay fever
saman nezlesi

Bu saman nezlesi ilacı benim için oldukça iyi çalışıyor. - This hay fever medicine works pretty well for me.

Zavallı çocuk saman nezlesi olmuş. - The poor child suffers from hay fever.

hay fork
diren
hay meadow
otlak
hay meadow
çayır
hay mower
çim makinesi
hay rake
çayır tırmığı
hay bale
saman balya
hay knife
Biçki; ot biçmekte kullanılan bir tür bıçak
hay knife
hay bıçak
hay meadow
cayır, otlak
hay pasture
biçilen mera
hay rake
cayır tırmığı
hay roll
Rulo şeklinde saman balyası
hay wire
hay tel
hay-barn
samanlık
hay-cutter
hay-kesici
hay rack
otluk, kuru ot konulan parmaklıklı raf/tekne
hit the hay
(Argo) yatağa yatmak
hit the hay
(Argo) uyumaya gitmek
make hay of
altüst etmek
make hay while the sun shines
yağmur yağarken küpünü doldurmak
Hays
hayse
Make hay while the sun shines
Yağmur yağarken küpünü doldur
hit the hay/sack
/ Çuval saman vurdu
make hay with
hay ile yapmak
Make hay while the sun
Yağmur yağarken küpünü doldur
can i have something for hay fever
saman nezlesi için bir şeyiniz var mı
haying
harman yapma
hit the hay
yatmak
hit the hay
yatağa girmek
make hay
otları güneşe yaymak
make hay
ot kurutmak
make hay of smth
karıştırmak
make hay of smth
arapsaçına çevirmek
make hay while the sun shines
(deyim) şansını kullanmak
make hay while the sun shines
fırsattan istifade etmek
make hay while the sun shines
(deyim) fırsattan yararlanmak
make hay while the sun shines
fırsat varken yapmak
make hay while the sun shines
(deyim) su akarken testiyi doldurmalı
make hay while the sun shines
(deyim) şansını değerlendirmek
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Eyvah! Vay
İyi dilek, azarlama, şaşma ve sevinç bildirmede kullanılır: "Hay çok yaşayasınız sizler."- R. N. Güntekin
Kaygı, üzüntü
İyi dilek, azarlama, şaşma ve sevinç bildirmede kullanılır
Karagöz oyununda ermeni tipi
HAY'AL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yakasız gömlek
HAY'AME
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yaramaz huylu, kötü mizaçlı
HAYED
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Gölgesinden ürken eşek
HAYS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Az, kalil
Englisch - Englisch
Grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder
Any mix of green leafy plants used for fodder
Cannabis; marijuana

I would like some of that hay. Enclose $20.

To cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder
{n} grass dried for fodder, a net, park, dance
{i} family name; John Milton Hay (1838-1905), American politician and author
Entire hergbage of forage plants, sometimes including seed of grasses and legumes, that is harvested and dried for feed
there is/are • hello • take Answerthere is/are
{f} cut and dry grasses for fodder
{i} number of different grasses which are cut and dried for fodder
To cut and cure grass for hay
Product such as alfalfa and certain grasses which are cut, baled and fed to animals
there is / there are
a term in fencing
To lay snares for rabbits
grass mowed and cured for use as fodder
salt-meadow cordgrass, or salt hay, Spartina patens; a wetland grass typical of high salt marsh communities, tolerant of infrequent (a few times per month) flooding by brackish tides
If you say that someone is making hay or is making hay while the sun shines, you mean that they are taking advantage of a situation that is favourable to them while they have the chance to. We knew that war was coming, and were determined to make hay while we could. American public official and writer who served as ambassador to Great Britain (1897-1898) and U.S. secretary of state (1898-1905). His literary works include poetry and a life of Abraham Lincoln (1890). In agriculture, dried grasses and other foliage used as animal feed. Typical hay crops are timothy, alfalfa, and clover. Usually the material is cut in the field while still green and then either dried in the field or mechanically dried by forced hot air. Balers compress hay into tightly packed rectangular or cylindrical bales tied with wire or twine. Loose hay may also be "vacuumed" off the field and then blown into stacks in a barn or other storage facility. Properly cured hay with 20% or less moisture may be stored for months without danger of spoilage. hay fever Hay John Milton Whitney John Hay Sulzberger Arthur Hays Hays Office
Dry forage
A hedge
Grass cut and cured for fodder
(hey(e)) A lively round dance popular in the 16th-century
Hay is grass which has been cut and dried so that it can be used to feed animals. bales of hay
Grass or clover that is cut while still green and used as a fodder or mulch
A net set around the haunt of an animal, especially of a rabbit
there is; there are
hay fever
An allergy to the pollen of grass or other plants that causes symptoms similar to those of a cold; pollinosis
hay ride
Any easy task
hay ride
A leisurely ride in an open cart filled with hay throughout a scenic area
hay wain
A large open vehicle, drawn by horses, used to carry loads of hay; a haywagon
hay wains
plural form of hay wain
hay-fever
Alternative spelling of hay fever
hay stack
{n} a mow of hay
hay knife
A sharp instrument used in cutting hay out of a stack or mow
Hay River
A river of northwest Canada rising in northeast British Columbia and flowing about 853 km (530 mi) generally northeast across northwest Alberta to Great Slave Lake in southern Northwest Territories
hay bale
a bale of hay
hay fever
If someone is suffering from hay fever, they sneeze and their eyes itch, because they are allergic to grass or flowers. An allergic condition affecting the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract and the eyes, most often characterized by nasal discharge, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes and usually caused by an abnormal sensitivity to airborne pollen. Also called pollinosis. a medical condition, like a bad cold that is caused by breathing in pollen (=dust from plants). Seasonal sneezing, nasal congestion, and tearing and itching of the eyes caused by allergy to the pollen of certain plants. These plants are chiefly those pollinated by the wind (e.g., ragweed in North America, timothy grass in Britain). Antihistamines and corticosteroids may provide temporary relief, but the most effective long-range treatment is desensitization. Unless properly treated, about one-third of patients with hay fever develop asthma
hay fever
a seasonal rhinitis resulting from an allergic reaction to pollen
hay fever
Allergic reaction caused by the pollens of ragweed, grasses, and other plants whose pollen is spread by the wind
hay fever
An acute allergic reaction when the seasons change to trees, grass, weeds and pollens
hay fever
Allergic reaction caused by the pollens of ragweed, grasses and other plants whose pollen is spread by the wind
hay fever
allergy to some kinds of pollen that appear in the springtime
hay fever
(haay fev-er) - symptoms that occur after you are near grass, trees and weeds in the air The pollen from these things causes the allergic reaction Also known as allergic rhinitis
hay fever
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hay fever
A seasonal variety of allergic rhinitis, marked by acute conjunctivitis with lacrimation and itching, regarded as an allergic condition triggered by specific allergens
hay-scented
fern of eastern North America with pale green fronds and an aroma like hay
Hayes
An Irish surname, anglicised from Ó hAodha (“descendant of Aodh”)
Hayes
Any of a number of places, outside Britain named for persons with the surname
Hayes
An English habitational surname
go for a roll in the hay
To have sex

Don't disturb them. They're in there going for a roll in the hay, I think.

hit the hay
To go to bed

Time to hit the hay, Dave yawned. The bartender called Good-night as Dingwell went out of the swinging doors.

make hay
to take advantage of an opportunity
make hay
to cut grass to turn into hay for animal feed
make hay while the sun shines
To act while an opportunity exists; to take action while a situation is favorable
Hayes
{i} family name; Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893), 19th President of the United States
Hayes
The 19th President of the United States (1877-1881). Winning the controversial election of 1876 by one electoral vote, he pacified the South by removing federal troops (1877), vetoed a bill restricting Chinese immigration (1879), and stemmed a congressional attempt to weaken the presidency. American actress whose 50-year career included acclaimed performances on stage, as in Victoria Regina (1935-1939), and in motion pictures, such as The Sin of Madelon Claudet, for which she won an Academy Award (1932). American tenor known for his renditions of classical songs and spirituals. Hayes Bob Robert Lee Hayes Hayes Brown Helen Hayes Rutherford Birchard
Hays
American politician and motion-picture executive who as president of the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (1922-1945) established the Production Code (1930), which prescribed the moral content of American films from 1930 to 1966
John Hay
born Oct. 8, 1838, Salem, Ind., U.S. died July 1, 1905, Newbury, N.H. U.S. diplomat and writer. He studied law in Springfield, Ill., where he met Abraham Lincoln. He served as President Lincoln's private secretary (1861-65) and then held diplomatic posts in Europe (1865-70). After writing editorials for the New York Tribune (1870-75), he served as assistant secretary of state (1879-81). He coauthored a 10-volume biography of Lincoln (1890). He was appointed ambassador to Britain (1897-98) by Pres. William McKinley. As secretary of state (1898-1905), Hay helped negotiate the end of the Spanish-American War, supported the decision to retain the Philippines for the U.S., promulgated the Open Door policy, and negotiated treaties that gave the U.S. an exclusive right to build the Panama Canal
John Hay Whitney
born Aug. 17, 1904, Ellsworth, Maine, U.S. died Feb. 8, 1982, Manhasset, N.Y. U.S. multimillionaire and sportsman. The son of Harry Payne Whitney and Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, "Jock" Whitney attended Yale University and later the University of Oxford, which he left to manage the family fortune on his father's death. He became an internationally ranked polo player, his stables produced notable racehorses, he invested in successful films and Broadway plays, and he boasted one of the finest art collections in the U.S. As a combat-intelligence captain in World War II, he was captured in France but escaped; he was later awarded the Legion of Merit. He served as ambassador to Britain (1956-61). As publisher and (from 1961) editor in chief of the New York Herald Tribune, he tried to revitalize the paper, but it folded in 1966. He founded the John Hay Whitney Foundation in 1946
John Milton Hay
born Oct. 8, 1838, Salem, Ind., U.S. died July 1, 1905, Newbury, N.H. U.S. diplomat and writer. He studied law in Springfield, Ill., where he met Abraham Lincoln. He served as President Lincoln's private secretary (1861-65) and then held diplomatic posts in Europe (1865-70). After writing editorials for the New York Tribune (1870-75), he served as assistant secretary of state (1879-81). He coauthored a 10-volume biography of Lincoln (1890). He was appointed ambassador to Britain (1897-98) by Pres. William McKinley. As secretary of state (1898-1905), Hay helped negotiate the end of the Spanish-American War, supported the decision to retain the Philippines for the U.S., promulgated the Open Door policy, and negotiated treaties that gave the U.S. an exclusive right to build the Panama Canal
hayed
past of hay
hayes
The modem manufacturer responsible for the Hayes command set, which has become the industry standard
hayes
A modem manufacturer responsible for the first direct connection modem, and whose command set has become the industry standard
hayes
19th President of the United States; his administration removed federal troops from the South and so ended the Reconstruction Period (1822-1893)
hayes
(Commands) A modem command language Originally developed by the Hayes company, it has now become the standard for many communication applications All Hayes commands start with "AT"
hayes
19th President of the United States; his administration removed federal troops from the South and so ended the Reconstruction Period (1822-1893) acclaimed actress of stage and screen (born in 1900)
hayes
acclaimed actress of stage and screen (born in 1900)
hayes
The manufacturer that first defined the Standard AT Command Set for modems
hayes
Hayes was one of the first companies to make modems for the XT/AT Since there are no official standards on how to make your modem dial a number, hang up, etc most modem manufacturers copy one of the Hayes models The phrase "Hayes compatible" is a give-away that the modem is NOT compatible with any particular Hayes model It means they concocted a hodgepodge of commands from various Hayes models with a dollop of extra features of their own Hayes modems are high quality, and by definition do not have compatibility problems The only thing the matter with them is they are outrageously priced See AT command set
haying
the season for cutting and drying and storing grass as fodder
haying
the season for cutting and drying and storing grass as fodder the harvesting of hay
haying
harvesting of hay; season when grass is cut dried and stored for fodder
haying
the harvesting of hay
haying
present participle of hay
hays
a town in central Kansas United States lawyer involved in several famous court trials (1881-1954) United States lawyer and politician who formulated a production code that prescribed the moral content of United states films from 1930 to 1966 (1879-1954)
hays
third-person singular of hay
hays
a town in central Kansas
hays
plural of hay
hays
United States lawyer involved in several famous court trials (1881-1954)
hays
United States lawyer and politician who formulated a production code that prescribed the moral content of United states films from 1930 to 1966 (1879-1954)
hit the hay
go to bed, go to sleep
hit the hay
go to bed in order to sleep; "I usually turn in at midnight"; "He turns out at the crack of dawn"
make hay
turn to one's advantage; "The environmentalist lobby made hay of the nuclear plant accident
make hay
turn to one's advantage; "The environmentalist lobby made hay of the nuclear plant accident"
make hay of
cause embarrassment, cause disgrace; cause chaos, cause confusion
make hay while the sun shines
take advantage of an opportunity, take a chance while it is available
make hay while the sun still shines
{f} take advantage to do something when the time and conditions are available or suitable
roll in the hay
slang terms for sexual intercourse
roll in the hay
have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?
roll in the hay
have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
Türkisch - Englisch
Christ

A merry Christmas, uncle! God save you! cried a cheerful voice. - Mutlu Noeller, amca! Tanrı sizi korusun! neşeli bir ses haykırdı.

Pagans have deified life and Christians have deified death. - Putperestler hayatı tanrılaştırdılar ve hıristiyanlar ölümü tanrılaştırdılar.

Hey!, Ah!, Oh!, Alas!
alas!
Hay Allah!
Oh dear!, Dash it!, Good grief!, Christ!, Jesus!, Jesus Christ!, My goodness!, Goodness me!
Hay aksi
Damn!, Shit!, Tut!, Tut-tut!
hay Allah
My God!
hay aksi
the Devil
hay aksi
Christ no
hay aksi
son of a gun
hay allah
son of a gun
hay allah
holy cow
hay allah
gosh
hay allah
Oh my God!
hay allah
dear
hay allah
hey
hay allah
botheration
hay allah
doggone
hay allah
I will be damned
hay allah
my gosh
hay anasını
slang What a pity!
hay hay
ay
hay hay
aye
hay hay
By all means!/Certainly!
hay hay
can do
hay hayı gitmek vay vayı kalmak
to get old and lose one's vim and vigor
Hay Allah
upon
Hay Allah
good Lord!
Hay Allah
son
hay allah
oh my god
kimine hay hay, kimine vay vay
(Atasözü) 1. What gladdens some will sadden others. 2. Fate deals kindly with some and harshly with others
hay

    Silbentrennung

    Hay

    Türkische aussprache

    hey

    Aussprache

    /ˈhā/ /ˈheɪ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'hA ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English hey, from Old English hīġ, hīeġ, from Proto-Germanic *hawjan (cf. West Frisian hea, Dutch hooi, German Heu), from *hawwanan ‘to hew, cut down’. More at hew.

    Tempora

    hays, haying, hayed

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    hay bale, hay fever, hay allah

    Videos

    ... She's also on the speaking circuit with Hay House I Can ...

    Wort des Tages

    orthography
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