hobby

listen to the pronunciation of hobby
Englisch - Türkisch
hobi

Babamın hobisi gül yetiştirmektir. - My father's hobby is growing roses.

Kuş gözlemciliği güzel bir hobi. - Bird watching is a nice hobby.

{i} özel zevk
(Tıp) Kişinin boş zamanlarında yapmaktan zevk aldığı herhangi bir şey, zevki için yapılan uğraşı. hobi
düşkü
{i} merak

Tom model demiryolu meraklısı. - Tom is a model railroad hobbyist.

Tom kendine meraklı diyor. - Tom calls himself a hobbyist.

Falco subbuteo
ride a hobby aşırı bir meraka sahip olmak
{i} delice doğan
(Bilgisayar) hobiler
hobiye
hobii
hobby group
hobi grubu
hobby space
hobi alanı
hobbies
(Bilgisayar) hobiler

Buz pateni benim hobilerimden biridir. - Skating is one of my hobbies.

Onun hobilerinden biri tişört toplamaktır. - One of her hobbies is collecting T-shirts.

hobbyist
meraklı

Tom kendine meraklı diyor. - Tom calls himself a hobbyist.

Tom model demiryolu meraklısı. - Tom is a model railroad hobbyist.

mount a hobby
Bir hobi mount
hobbyist
{i} hobi olarak yapan kimse
hobbyist
{i} amatör
hobbyist
{i} hobilerine zaman ayıran kimse
Englisch - Englisch
Any of four species of small birds of prey in the genus Falco

A hobby flew overhead.

An activity that one enjoys doing in one's spare time

I like to collect stamps from different countries as a hobby.

An extinct breed of horse native to the British Isles, also known as the Irish Hobby
{n} a little horse, a stupid fellow, a hawk
small Old World falcon formerly trained and flown at small birds
a child's plaything consisting of an imitation horse mounted on rockers; the child straddles it and pretends to ride
An English surname
An activity that one enjoys doing in ones spare time
A hobby is an activity that you enjoy doing in your spare time. My hobbies are letter writing, football, music, photography, and tennis. = pastime. S3 hobbies an activity that you enjoy doing in your free time interest, pastime pastime
A favourite pursuit The hobby is a falcon trained to fly at pigeons and partridges As hawks were universal pets in the days of falconry, and hawking the favourite pursuit, it is quite evident how the word hobby got its present meaning Hobby-horse is a corruption of Hobby-hause (hawk-tossing), or throwing off the hawk from the wrist Hobby is applied to a little pet riding-horse by the same natural transposition as a mews for hawks is now a place for horses (French, hobereau, a hawk, a hobby )
Any of several related falcons, including the above, Falco cuvierii, Falco severus, and Falco longipennis
Income from a hobby is not taxable and related expenses are not allowable There are criteria to differentiate between a business and a hobby If in doubt, contact the Inland Revenue, accountant or Tax Adviser
A small bird of prey (Falco subbuteo) from Southern Europe and Northern Africa
A subject or plan upon which one is constantly setting off; a favorite and ever-recurring theme of discourse, thought, or effort; that which occupies one's attention unduly, or to the weariness of others; a ruling passion
small Old World falcon formerly trained and flown at small birds a child's plaything consisting of an imitation horse mounted on rockers; the child straddles it and pretends to ride
Leisure-time activity; something done for fun
An excuse to spend $100,000 that you don't have
A stick, often with the head or figure of a horse, on which boys make believe to ride
A small, strong-winged European falcon (Falco subbuteo), formerly trained for hawking
A strong, active horse, of a middle size, said to have been originally from Ireland; an ambling nag
{i} activity or occupation which is done for pleasure or amusement (i.e. stamp collecting, sewing)
something that a person likes to do for fun in spare time
an auxiliary activity
hobby horse
A child's toy consisting of a (usually wooden or cloth) horse mounted on a stick
hobby horse
The Irish hobby, an extinct breed of horse
hobby horse
A topic about which someone loves to talk at great length

Don't ask him about global warming: it's his favourite hobby horse, you'll never get away.

hobby horse
An early bicycle with no pedals or brakes; a draisienne
hobby horse
A puppet-like costume used in some traditional dances and festivals that gives its wearer the appearance of a man on horseback
hobby horses
plural form of hobby horse
hobby-horse
Alternative spelling of hobby horse
hobby-horse
You describe a subject or idea as your hobby-horse if you have strong feelings on it and like talking about it whenever you have the opportunity. Honesty is a favourite hobby-horse for Courau
Irish hobby
An extinct breed of horse that lived in the British Isles in the Middle Ages
hobbyist
A person who is interested in a subject or an activity as a hobby

This computer magazine is targetted to both professionals and hobbyists.

Oveta Culp Hobby
orig. Oveta Culp born Jan. 19, 1905, Killeen, Texas, U.S. died Aug. 16, 1995, Houston, Texas U.S. publisher and government official. A graduate of the University of Texas Law School, she was parliamentarian of the Texas legislature from 1925 to 1931. In 1931 she married William P. Hobby, publisher of the Houston Post-Dispatch, and went to work for the newspaper, becoming its executive vice president in 1938. From 1942 to 1945 she headed the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (later Women's Army Corps). In 1953 she was appointed director of the Federal Security Agency, which was reorganized as the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; as secretary of the department (1953-55), she was only the second woman to hold a U.S. cabinet position. She became chairman of the board of the Post in 1965
hobbies
plural of hobby
hobbyist
a person who pursues and activity in their spare time for pleasure
hobbyist
You can refer to person who is very interested in a particular hobby and spends a lot of time on it as a hobbyist
hobbyist
{i} person with a hobby, person with a favorite activity
hobbyists
plural of hobbyist
hobby
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