hobble

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Englisch - Türkisch
topallamak
köstek vurmak
aksayarak yürümek
{f} topalla

Beklenildiği gibi, Yeni Yıl Arefesinde Tom cesaret buldu ve topallayarak partiye yürüyebildi. - Tom took heart and, sure enough, on New Year's Eve he was able to hobble along to a party.

bağla/topalla
{f} duraksamak
hobble skirt dar etek
zorluk
bukağı vurmak
köstek
{f} engellemek
{i} bukağı, köstek
engel
{i} dert. 4
aksama
seke seke dolaşmak
ayakbağı
{f} topal etmek
topallama
{f} ayaklarını birbirine bağlamak (at)
ayak bağı
duraksama
{f} aksamak
{f} kösteklemek
ayaklarını birbirine bağlamak
hobble skirt
dar etek
hobble skirt
alt tarafı dar eteklik
hobble skirt
(isim) altı dar etek
hobble skirt
{i} altı dar etek
a hobble
şeytan kösteği
Englisch - Englisch
An unsteady, off-balance step
To restrict a horse with hobbles
Short straps tied between the legs of unfenced horses, allowing them to wander short distances but preventing them from running off
To walk unevenly
{v} to walk lamely, go unevenly, limp
{n} an aukward halting walk, a scrape
Same as Hopple
If you hobble, you walk in an awkward way with small steps, for example because your foot is injured. He got up slowly and hobbled over to the coffee table The swelling had begun to go down, and he was able, with pain, to hobble
{f} limp, walk lamely; tie the legs of an animal
a shackle for the ankles or feet
To move roughly or irregularly; said of style in writing
To walk lame, bearing chiefly on one leg; to walk with a hitch or hop, or with crutches
Difficulty; perplexity; embarrassment
An unequal gait; a limp; a halt; as, he has a hobble in his gait
To fetter by tying the legs; to hopple; to clog
To hobble something or someone means to make it more difficult for them to be successful or to achieve what they want. The poverty of 10 million citizens not only demeans our society but its cost also hobbles our economy
To step in an unsteady, off-balance manner
hamper the action or progress of; "The chairman was hobbled by the all-powerful dean"
strap the foreleg and hind leg together on each side (of a horse) in order to keep the like-sided legs moving in unison; "hobble race horses"
To perplex; to embarrass
the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury; "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"
hamper the action or progress of; "The chairman was hobbled by the all-powerful dean
hobble skirt
A skirt with a narrow enough hem to significantly impede the wearer’s stride, or hobble the wearer
hobble skirt
a long skirt very narrow below the knees, worn between 1910 and 1914
hobble skirt
{i} long skirt and extremely narrow at the ankles that was popular between 1910 and 1914
hobble skirt
A long skirt, popular between 1910 and 1914, that was so narrow below the knees that it restricted normal stride
hobble skirt
A woman's skirt so scant at the bottom as to restrain freedom of movement after the fashion of a hobble
hobble the government
tie up the government, make the government unable to function
hobbler
{n} a bad walker, an Irish horse-soldier
hobbler
someone who has a limp and walks with a hobbling gait
hobbler
One who by his tenure was to maintain a horse for military service; a kind of light horseman in the Middle Ages who was mounted on a hobby
hobbler
{i} one who hobbles, one who walks with a limp
hobbler
One who hobbles
hobbles
plural of hobble
hobbling
present participle of hobble
hobble
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