humor

listen to the pronunciation of humor
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mizah

Onun bir mizah anlayışı vardır. - He has a sense of humor.

Ne yazık ki Mary mizah duygusuna sahip değil. - It's a pity that Mary has no sense of humor.

{i} mizaç
suyuk
{f} suyuna gitmek
safra balgam veya sevda salgısı
kaprisine boyun eğmek
eğlendirmek
gülünçlük
bkz.humour
{f} eğlendir

Onları eğlendirsek iyi olur. - We'd better humor them.

Onu eğlendirsek iyi olur. - We'd better humor him.

mizaç huy
nüktelilik
sivilce
komiklik
{i} güldürü
{i} şaka
{i} ruh hali
{i} huy
{i} neşe

Tom'u neşelendirsek iyi olur. - We'd better humor Tom.

{i} nüktedanlık
{i} kapris
{i} espri

Öğretmenimizin harika bir espri anlayışı var. - Our teacher has a wonderful sense of humor.

Ne yazık ki onun espri anlayışı yok. - It is a pity that he has no sense of humor.

{f} alttan almak
tabiat
{f} memnun etmek
{i} keyif

Son birkaç gündür Jane sessiz ve keyifsizdir. - For the past few days Jane has been quiet and out of humor.

eski fizyolojide kan
{f} hoşuna gitmek
güIünçlük
{f} ayak uydurmak
hılt
{i} salgı
mizah karikatür sitesinden çok sayıda sanatsal karikatürü ücretsiz indirebilir, kullanabilirsiniz
{i} espri anlayışı

Onun espri anlayışı yoktur. - He has no sense of humor.

Tom espri anlayışım olmadığını söyledi. - Tom said I had no sense of humor.

humour
{i} mizah

Onun mizahı çok duygusuz. - His humour is very deadpan.

Tom iyi bir kahkahayı sever ve mizah duygusu olmayan insanlardan kaçınır. - Tom loves a good laugh and avoids people who haven't got a sense of humour.

humor me
Beni idare et.Birinden sadece sizi üzmemek için, söylediğiniz şey gerçek olmasa da size inanmasını veya yaptığınız şeye katlanmasını istediğinizde kullanılır. Genel: humor someone
humor so.
mizah çok
humorously
mizah yollu
humorous
gülünç

Şarkı sözleri gülünçtü. - The lyrics are humorous.

humorous
güldürü
humorous
nüktedan
humorous
güldürücü
humour
güldürmek
humour
huyuna suyuna gitmek
humour
halet-i ruhiye
humour
(Tıp) hümor
humour
gülmece
humour
gönlünü yapmak
vitreous humor
(Anatomi) camsı cisim
wit and humor
nükte ve mizah
aqueous humor
göz sıvısı
aqueous humor
gözde ön ve arka odacıkları dolduran sıvı
good humor
hoş mizaç
humorless
nükteden anlamayan
humorous
komik

Onun partideki davranışı o kadar komikti ki kendimi gülmekten alamadım. - His behavior at the party was so humorous that I could not help laughing.

humour
gülünçlük
humour
güldürü
humour
huy
humour
eğlendirmek
humour
istediğini yerine getirmek
humour
mizaç
humour
komiklik
dark humor
Kara mizah
humorous
Mudhik, güldürücü, güldüren
humorous
esprili
humorous
nükteci
sense of humor
Mizah anlayışı

Onun bir mizah anlayışı vardır. - He has a sense of humor.

Tom'un bir mizah anlayışı olduğunu bana söylemedin. - You didn't tell me Tom had a sense of humor.

sense of humor.
mizah duygusu
subtle humor
İnce nükte
subtle sense of humor
mizah ince duygusu
anal humor
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) anal mizah
aqueous humor
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sıvı hümör
aqueous humor
(Anatomi) su cismi
aqueous humor
(Anatomi) su cisim
be in a bad humor
-in sinirleri/huyu/heyheyleri üstünde olmak
be in a good humor
-in keyfi yerinde olmak
black humor
kara mizah
devoid of humor
şakadan anlamaz
gallows humor
korkunç şeyleri alaya alan mizah
humorless
{s} espri anlayışı olmayan
humorless
şakadan anlamayan
humorless
{s} keyifsiz
humorlessly
keyifsiz bir şekilde
humorous
mizahi

Bu, bir atasözünün mizahi bir çeşididir. - This is a humorous variation of a proverb.

Bu belli bir atasözünün mizahi varyasyonudur. - This is the humorous variation of a certain proverb.

humorous
humorously şaka tarzında
humorous
latife kabilinden
humorous
humorousness şakacılık
humorous
gülünçlük
humorous
espritüel
humorous
nükteli
humorous
mizah yollu
humorously
komik bir şekilde
humorously
acayip
humour
{f} alttan almak
humour
{f} suyuna gitmek
humour
{i} espri anlayışı

Tom'un asıl problemi onun espri anlayışının olmamasıdır. - Tom's main problem is he has no sense of humour.

Almanların espri anlayışı yok mu? Bunu komik bulmuyorum! - Germans have no sense of humour? I don't find that funny!

humour
{i} salgı
humour
{i} şaka
humour
hoşnut et
humour
{f} ayak uydurmak
humour
mizah,v.eğlendir: n.mizah
humour
{f} hoşuna gitmek
humour
{i} ruh hali
humour
mizah, karikatür sitesinden çok sayıda sanatsal karikatürü ücretsiz indirebilir, kullanabilirsiniz
humour
suyuk/huy/şakacılık
humour
{i} espri

O kitabı yazan kişi hem mizah hem de ince espriye sahiptir, değil mi? - The person who wrote that book is possessed of both humour and wit, isn't he?

Tom'un asıl problemi onun espri anlayışının olmamasıdır. - Tom's main problem is he has no sense of humour.

humour
{i} neşe
humour
i., f., İng., bak. humor
humour
{f} memnun etmek
humour
{i} keyif
humoured
mizaçlı
humourless
{s} espri anlayışı olmayan
humourless
{s} şakadan anlamayan
humourless
{s} keyifsiz
lacking in humor
şakadan anlamaz
oriental wit and humor
doğu nükte ve mizahı
out of humor
keyifsiz

Son birkaç gündür Jane sessiz ve keyifsizdir. - For the past few days Jane has been quiet and out of humor.

out of humor
sinirli
out of humor
canı sıkkın
saving humor
durumu kurtaran espri
sense of humor
şakadan anlama
sense of humor
şakadan anlama yeteneği
sense of humor
olayların gülünç yönünü görme yeteneği
sense of humor
espri anlayışı

Ne yazık ki onun espri anlayışı yok. - It is a pity that he has no sense of humor.

Onun espri anlayışı yoktur. - He has no sense of humor.

turkish wit and humor
türk nükte ve mizahı
Türkisch - Türkisch
Alay, dalga geçiş, hafife alma, boşveriş: "Türkçeyi iyi konuşanlardan biri olduğu kanısındayım
Gülmece
Güngörmüş, sakin, yavaş, düzenli bazen küçük bir humor nüansının bile sındığı bir tınısı var."- H. Taner
Englisch - Englisch
: To pacify by indulging

I know you don't believe my story, but humor me for a minute and imagine it to be true.

Something funny, e.g. a joke, satire, or parody

He treated the sensitive subject with enough humor that no one was offended.

A mood, especially a bad mood

He was in a particularly vile humor that afternoon.

Four fluids (blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm) that were believed to control the health and mood of the human body

For some days a fistula lacrymalis had come into my left eye, which discharged an humour, when pressed, that portended danger.

Either of the two regions of liquid within the eyeball, the aqueous humour and vitreous humour
{v} to gratify, sooth, comply with, oblige
{n} moisture, droollery, whim, caprice
put into a good mood
State of mind, whether habitual or temporary (as formerly supposed to depend on the character or combination of the fluids of the body); disposition; temper; mood; as, good humor; ill humor
{f} pamper, indulge, favor, oblige (also humour)
A vitiated or morbid animal fluid, such as often causes an eruption on the skin
a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter
as, the humors of the eye, etc
Changing and uncertain states of mind; caprices; freaks; vagaries; whims
That quality of the imagination which gives to ideas an incongruous or fantastic turn, and tends to excite laughter or mirth by ludicrous images or representations; a playful fancy; facetiousness
To comply with the humor of; to adjust matters so as suit the peculiarities, caprices, or exigencies of; to adapt one's self to; to indulge by skillful adaptation; as, to humor the mind
a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling; "whether he praised or cursed me depended on his temper at the time"; "he was in a bad humor"
Moisture, especially, the moisture or fluid of animal bodies, as the chyle, lymph, etc
the quality of being funny; "I fail to see the humor in it"
To help on by indulgence or compliant treatment; to soothe; to gratify; to please
(Middle Ages) one of the four fluids in the body whose balance was believed to determine your emotional and physical state; "the humors are blood and phlegm and yellow and black bile"
{i} quality of being amusing or entertaining, comedy; ability to appreciate or express something amusing; mood, state of mind, disposition; body fluid (Physiology)
the liquid parts of the body
the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; "she didn't appreciate my humor"; "you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor"
To pacify by indulging
black humor
A subgenre of comedy and satire that deals with subjects that are believed to be serious or volatile, such as death, divorce, drug abuse, etc
dry humor
Humor that is presented with no change of expression; deadpan
gallows humor
Comedy that makes light of death or other very serious matters

True enough, there are such things as laughless jokes, what Freud called gallows humor. . . . While we were being bombed in Dresden, sitting in a cellar with our arms over our heads in case the ceiling fell, one soldier said as though he were duchess in a mansion on a cold and rainy night, I wonder what the poor people are doing tonight..

humorless
Lacking humor or levity; serious; not funny, amusing, amused, or lighthearted

He watched the little dog's antics with a humorless stare.

humorlessness
The state, quality, or condition of lacking humor
humorous
Capricious; whimsical; moody; subject to bodily humors
humorous
Full of humor or arousing laughter; funny

The waiters were so humorous - one even did a backflip for us, when we asked him.

humorous
Damp or watery
humorously
In a humorous manner; jocularly

He always managed to make people laugh at the tea table - he could pull faces so humorously.

humour
The quality in events, speech or writing which is seen as funny, or creates amusement, such as a joke, satire, parody, etc
humour
Any of the fluids in an animal body, especially the four "cardinal humours" of blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm that were believed to control the health and mood of the human body

For some days a fistula lacrymalis had come into my left eye, which discharged an humour, when pressed, that portended danger.

humour
One's state of mind or disposition; one's mood

He was in a particularly vile humour that afternoon.

humour
Either of the two regions of liquid within the eyeball, the aqueous humour and vitreous humour
humour
To pacify by indulging

I know you don't believe my story, but humour me for a minute and imagine it to be true.

humour
Moist vapour, moisture
humourless
Alternative spelling of humorless
ill humor
bad temper
ill humor
irritability or surliness
ill-humor
Alternative spelling of ill humor
locker room humor
a type of humor involving jokes about crude and sexual topics
sense of humor
Alternative spelling of sense of humour
senses of humor
plural form of sense of humor
vitreous humor
The clear gel that fills the eyeball between the lens and the retina
humour
the quality of being funny; "I fail to see the humor in it"
humorous
{a} jocular, pleasant, droll, whimsical
humorously
{a} jocosely, pleasantly, merrily
self-depreciation humor
Self-deprecation (etymologically better is self-depreciation) is a form of humor in which people or comedians make jokes about themselves, their shortcomings, or their culture, usually without being guided by any underlying self-esteem issues
British humor
sense of humor characteristic of the English
English humor
dry style of humor popular in England
Good Humor
a type of ice cream sold in the US
To humor
humorize
aqueous humor
The watery fluid that fills the anterior or front chamber of the eye and provides some of the nutrition for the surrounding parts
aqueous humor
the clear, watery fluid that moves in the eyeball
aqueous humor
The watery fluid that circulates throughout the eye supplying nutrients and also providing enough pressure to keep the eyeball in its normal shape
aqueous humor
Also known as aqueous fluid, clear, watery fluid that flows between and nourishes the lens and the cornea
aqueous humor
The clear, watery fluid circulating in the chamber of the eye between the cornea and the lens
aqueous humor
Clear watery fluid that flows between and nourishes the lens and the cornea It is secreted by the ciliary processes
aqueous humor
Fluid that occupies the space between the lens and the cornea of the eye
aqueous humor
a clear fluid produced inside the eye by the ciliary body This is quite different from the tear fluid produced by the lacrimal gland, which bathes the outside of the eye
aqueous humor
clear fluid generated by the ciliary body The fluid bathes the area of the eye forward of the lens, and drains into the trabecular meshwork
aqueous humor
The fluid in the anterior chamber
aqueous humor
the limpid fluid within the eyeball between the cornea and the lens
aqueous humor
the clear, watery fluid in the front of the eyeball
black humor
morbid humor
black humor
the juxtaposition of morbid and farcical elements (in writing or drama) to give a disturbing effect
dry humor
slightly sarcastic humor, unemotional humor
gallows humor
morbid humor, black humor
gallows humor
Humorous treatment of a grave or dire situation: "conveying with gallows humor the utter insanity of the nuclear-arms race" (New York)
good humor
a cheerful and agreeable mood
humored
past of humor
humoring
present participle of humor
humoring
the act of indulging or gratifying a desire
humorless
lacking humor; "it was a humorless wink; a wink of warning"- Truman Capote
humorless
{s} lacking humor (also humourless)
humorless
Destitute of humor
humorlessly
In a humorless manner; lacking levity or humor
humorlessly
in a humorless manner; "he reacted rather humorlessly to these rumors
humorlessly
in a humorless manner, without humor
humorlessness
{i} lack of humor
humorous
jesting
humorous
Subject to be governed by humor or caprice; irregular; capricious; whimsical
humorous
full of or characterized by humor; "humorous stories"; "humorous cartoons"; "in a humorous vein"
humorous
{s} funny, amusing, comical
humorous
Moist; humid; watery
humorous
If someone or something is humorous, they are amusing, especially in a clever or witty way. He was quite humorous, and I liked that about him. + humorously hu·mor·ous·ly He looked at me humorously as he wrestled with the door. funny and enjoyable
humorous
Full of humor; jocular; exciting laughter; playful; as, a humorous story or author; a humorous aspect
humorous
Showing humor; witty, jocular
humorously
comically, amusingly, facetiously
humorously
Capriciously; whimsically
humorously
in a humorous manner; "Dickens had humorously suggested a special service of intercession at St Paul's Cathedral"
humorously
Facetiously; wittily
humors
plural of , humor
humors
third-person singular of humor
humour
a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling; "whether he praised or cursed me depended on his temper at the time"; "he was in a bad humor"
humour
If you do something with good humour, you do it cheerfully and pleasantly. Hugo bore his illness with great courage and good humour
humour
{i} humor, quality of being amusing or entertaining, comedy; ability to appreciate or express something amusing; mood, state of mind, disposition; body fluid (Physiology)
humour
put into a good mood
humour
Four "fluids" that were believed to control the health and mood of the human body - blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm
humour
A mood
humour
You can refer to the amusing things that people say as their humour. Her humour and determination were a source of inspiration to others. see also sense of humour
humour
a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter
humour
If you humour someone who is behaving strangely, you try to please them or pretend to agree with them, so that they will not become upset. She disliked Dido but was prepared to tolerate her for a weekend in order to humour her husband. humor to do what someone wants or to pretend to agree with them so that they do not become upset. (Latin; "fluid") In early Western physiological theory, one of the four body fluids thought to determine a person's temperament and features. As hypothesized by Galen, the four cardinal humours were blood, phlegm, choler (yellow bile), and melancholy (black bile). The variant mixture of these humours in each person determined his "complexion" or temperament and his mental and physical qualities. The ideal person had the perfectly proportioned mixture of the four fluids; a disproportionate amount of one humour created a personality dominated by one set of related emotions (e.g., a choleric man was easily angered, proud, ambitious, and vengeful). black humour seminal fluid cerebrospinal fluid fluid mechanics
humour
the liquid parts of the body
humour
(Middle Ages) one of the four fluids in the body whose balance was believed to determine your emotional and physical state; "the humors are blood and phlegm and yellow and black bile"
humour
hu·mour humours humouring humoured in AM, use humor
humour
the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; "she didn't appreciate my humor"; "you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor"
humour
If you are in a good humour, you feel cheerful and happy, and are pleasant to people. If you are in a bad humour, you feel bad-tempered and unhappy, and are unpleasant to people. Christina was still not clear why he had been in such ill humour = temper
humour
Something funny such as a joke, satire, parody, etc
humour
Humour is a quality in something that makes you laugh, for example in a situation, in someone's words or actions, or in a book or film. She felt sorry for the man but couldn't ignore the humour of the situation
humour
{f} pamper, indulge, favor, oblige (also humor)
humoured
past of humour
humouring
present participle of humour
humourless
lacking humor; "it was a humorless wink; a wink of warning"- Truman Capote
humourless
hu·mour·less in AM, use humorless disapproval If you accuse someone of being humourless, you mean that they are very serious about everything and do not find things amusing. He was a straight-faced, humourless character. = solemn. too serious and not able to laugh at things that other people think are funny
humourless
{s} lacking humor (also humorless)
humours
plural of humour
ill humor
An irritable state of mind; surliness
ill humor
an angry and disagreeable mood
ill-humor
bad mood
sense of humor
feeling for jokes and humor
sense of humor
the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; "she didn't appreciate my humor"; "you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor"
subtle humor
quiet and sophisticated humor
subtle sense of humor
quiet and sophisticated sense of humor
vitreous humor
A clear, jellylike substance that fills the vitreous or rear chamber of the eye
vitreous humor
the transparent, colorless mass of gel that lies behind the lens and in front of the retina and fills the center of the eyeball
vitreous humor
An aqueous jelly-like mass which occupies the space between the eye lens and the retinal wall
vitreous humor
a transparent, colorless mass of soft, gelatinous material that fills the back portion of the eye, from the lens in front to the retina in back
vitreous humor
{i} substance that is like clear jelly and fills the eyeball between the lens and the retina
vitreous humor
the transparent gelatinous mass occupying the posterior compartment (the space between the crystalline lens and the retina of the eye) which is enclosed by a delicate hyaloid membrane; composed of water (99%), collagen fibrils, highly hydrated hyaluronic acid, halocytes, inorganic salts, sugar, and ascorbic acid; produced by halocytes located peripherally in the vitreous body
vitreous humor
The transparent, colorless mass of gel that lies behind lens and in front of retina
vitreous humor
The jelly like material which fills the space between the lens and retina within the eye See Peter's diagram
vitreous humor
The gel-like substance that fills the eyeball between the lens and the retina
vitreous humor
The gel-like fluid in the main cavity of the eye behind lens and pupil
vitreous humor
The clear gelatinous substance that fills the eyeball between the retina and the lens
vitreous humor
the clear colorless transparent jelly that fills the posterior chamber of the eyeball
vitreous humor
The clear jelly (gel) that fills the center of the eye
vitreous humor
The transparent, colorless mass of gel that lies behind lens and in front of retina, filling the rear two-thirds of the interior of the eyeball
vitreous humor
A clear, jelly-like substance that fills the eye behind the lens and helps the eyeball keep its shape
wry humor
sarcastic humor
humor
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