hyena

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} sırtlan

Üç sırtlan birbirlerini ikna etmeye çalışarak bir daire içinde oturdu. - The three hyenas sat in a circle, reasoning with one another.

Sırtlanın havlaması kahkaha gibi ses çıkarıyor. - The hyena's bark sounds like laughter.

hyaenasırtlan
(isim) sırtlan
brown hyena
kahverengi sırtlan
hyaena
bkz.hyena
hyenas
sırtlanlar

Sonunda sırtlanlar avdan gelen aslanları kovaladı. - At last the hyenas chased the lions from their prey.

spotted hyena
benekli sırtlan
hyaena
{i} sırtlan
hyaena
i., bak. hyena
hyaena
(isim) sırtlan
laughing hyena
benekli sırtlan
lough like a hyena
kıs kıs gülmek
lough like a hyena
sırtlan gibi gülmek
Englisch - Englisch
A large carnivore of the family Hyaenidae, similar in appearance to a dog and native to Africa and Asia, best known for the sound resembling laughter that it makes when excited
{n} a very fierce animal like a wolf
Any carnivorous mammal of the family Hyænidæ, of which three living species are known
They are large and strong, but cowardly
doglike nocturnal mammal of Africa and southern Asia that feeds chiefly on carrion
They feed chiefly on carrion, and are nocturnal in their habits
A hyena is an animal that looks rather like a dog and makes a sound which is similar to a human laugh. Hyenas live in Africa and Asia. a wild animal like a dog that makes a sound like a laugh (hyaena, from , from hys ). Any of three species of coarse-furred, doglike carnivores (family Hyaenidae) found in Asia and Africa. Actually more closely related to cats than to dogs, they have four toes on each foot, long forelegs, nonretractile claws, and enormously strong jaws and teeth. They live alone or in packs and may be active by night or day. Hyenas are noted for scavenging but will also attack live prey. The spotted, or laughing, hyena, whose calls alternately resemble wailing and maniacal laughter, ranges through much of sub-Saharan Africa. Yellowish or grayish with dark spots, it is about 6.5 ft (1.8 m) long, including the 12-in. (30-cm) tail, and weighs up to 175 lbs (80 kg). It has been known to attack people and even carry off young children
{i} carnivorous nocturnal animal which resembles a dog native to Africa (also hyaena)
laugh like a hyena
To laugh hysterically
laughing hyena
The spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta); so called because of the resemblance of its call to laughter
laughing-hyena
Attributive form of laughing hyena

a laughing-hyena look about him.

A hyena
hyen
brown hyena
of southern Africa
hyaena
{i} carnivorous nocturnal animal which resembles a dog native to Africa (also hyena)
hyaena
alternative spelling of hyena
hyaena
a British spelling of hyena
hyaena
doglike nocturnal mammal of Africa and southern Asia that feeds chiefly on carrion
hyenas
hyaenidae
laughing hyena
{i} Crocuta crocuta, spotted hyena, hyena native to Africa that has a distinctive howl which sounds like an hysterical human laughter
spotted hyena
African hyena noted for its distinctive howl
spotted hyena
{i} Crocuta crocuta, laughing hyena, hyena native to Africa that has a distinctive howl which sounds like hysterical human laughter
striped hyena
of northern Africa and Arabia and India
hyena

    Silbentrennung

    hy·e·na

    Türkische aussprache

    hayinı

    Aussprache

    /hīˈēnə/ /haɪˈiːnə/

    Etymologie

    [ hI-'E-n& ] (noun.) 14th century. Old French hiene, from Latin hyaena, from Ancient Greek ὕαινα (huaina), from ὗς (hūs, “swine, pig”) and -αινα (“feminine suffix”), from Proto-Indo-European *sū (“swine”).

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