imp

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Englisch - Türkisch
afacan çocuk
şeytan

Düşünmeden hareket etmek şeytandır. - Impulsiveness is the devil.

küçük şeytan
yaramaz çocuk
afacan
kuvvetlendirmek
{i} yaramaz oğlan
bir kuşun uçuş gücünü artırmak için kanat veya kuyruğuna tüy eklemek
haşarı çocuk
{i} afacan çocuk, şeytanın art ayağı
küçük habis ruh
impor
canavar
iblis
(Askeri) uygulama; envanter yönetim planı (implementation; inventory management plan)
impish
{s} afacan
imported
{s} ithal

O ithal bir araç sürer. - She drives an imported car.

İthal arabalara güçlü bir talep vardır. - Imported cars are in strong demand.

impish
yaramaz
imported
{s} ithal edilmiş

Bu, Malezya'dan ithal edilmiş bir ham maddedir. - This is a crude material imported from Malaysia.

Tom ithal edilmiş bir arabayı kullanıyor. - Tom drives an imported car.

impish
şeytani
imported
(Bilgisayar) alınmış
imported
(Bilgisayar) alınan
impish
şuluk
impishly
şeytanca
impishness
afacanlık
impishness
şeytanlık
bottle imp
şişeye kapatılmış cin
impish
cin gibi
impish
impishlyşeytanca impishnessşeytanlık
impish
afacanlık
impish
şeytan gibi
impish
cin fikirlilik
impishly
yaramaz bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
A mischievous child

I've left my young children to look after themselves, and a more mischievous and troublesome set of young imps doesn't exist.

A scion, offspring; a child

And thou most dreaded impe of highest Ioue, / Faire Venus sonne, come to mine ayde .

To plant or engraft
A child of the Devil; a malevolent supernatural creature, similar to a demon but smaller and less powerful
To eke out, strengthen, enlarge
A young shoot of a plant, tree etc
To engraft feathers into a bird's wing

For, if I imp my wing on Thine,--Herbert (1633).

Impedance TENV Totally Enclosed Non-Venilated
imported
imperfect tense
Something added to, or united with, another, to lengthen it out or repair it, as, an addition to a beehive; a feather inserted in a broken wing of a bird; a length of twisted hair in a fishing line
impression - as in I don't know the diagnosis here
a supernatural creature, similar to a demon but smaller and less powerful
To graft with new feathers, as a wing; to splice a broken feather
Indicative Market Price
impersonal verb
People sometimes refer to a naughty child as an imp
A young or inferior devil; a little, malignant spirit; a puny demon; a contemptible evil worker
imperative mood
An offspring; progeny; child; scion
International Match Points; a special unit of scoring used in tournament play
In fairy stories, an imp is a small, magical creature that often causes trouble in a playful way. = sprite
To repair; to extend; to increase; to strengthen; to equip
repairing a broken feather with another feather from the same or a different hawk
To graft; to insert as a scion
to graft to splice a falcon's broken feathers
The Interface Message Processor, the packet switch of the ARPANET
imperative
imperial
Individual Meal Packets, the rations marines love!
one who is playfully mischievous
Interface Message Processor This machine, a Honeywell 516 running code provided by BBN, connected Multics to the ARPANet
Interface Message Processor
An implementor, not a small humanoid The Implementor owns the mud, writes it's code, and manages it's direction and policy
{i} little devil, small demon; mischievous child
import

It wasn't until I left school that I realized the importance of study. - It was not until I left school that I realized the importance of study.

It was not until I left school that I realized the importance of study. - It wasn't until I left school that I realized the importance of study.

(Interactive Mathematics Program) Another variety of Fuzzy Math to be given instead of Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II
A shoot; a scion; a bud; a slip; a graft
(folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous
To plant or engraft, especially (in falconry) to graft feathers into a wing
International Mass Payments
Interface Message Processor This historic term refers to the nodes in the original Arpanet See 1822
Inferred from mutant phenotype: Any gene mutation/knockout;Overexpression/ectopic expression of wild-type or mutant genes; Anti-sense experiments; Specific protein inhibitors
lied warranty of habitability Court cases which determined that all new homes are assumed to be fit for human habitation and meet all building codes
To eke out, strengthen
  Abbreviation for interface message processor
Hence, Fig
Abbreviation of important; also impt

V. imp. — remember!.

Abbreviation of impression

2 nd ed., 11 th imp., 1907.

Abbreviation of imprint

Inc. imp. on 3 rd flyl.

Abbreviation of improvement

forecast sce. shows much imp.

Abbreviation of imported; also imptd

imp.–dom. ratio is now ~3:1.

Abbreviation of imprimatur

imp. non obst.

Abbreviation of improved

New 2.16β, much imp. on v.2.1.

Abbreviation of implement

Imp. new tech at 19:00.

Abbreviation of imperial; compare Imp

1 metric kg ≅ 2·2 imp. ℔.

Abbreviation of import

week 31 imp. gross: $20·6M.

Abbreviation of imperative; also imper

notā, sg. imp. form of notō, “I mark”.

Abbreviation of imperfectWebster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) uses imp. as an abbreviation for imperfect in the conjugation sections of its entries.; also imperf., impf., impft

sate, obs. imp. form of to sit.

Abbreviation of imprimeur (“printer”)
Abbreviation of importer; also imptr

USA now top imp. of goods.

Abbreviation of imprimé (“printed”)
Abbreviation of impersonal; also impers

rain: in imp. constr., “It’s raining.”.

impish
mischievous; of or befitting an imp
impishly
In an impish manner; mischievously
ımp
{v} to imitate, enlarge, extend, join
ımp
{n} an offspring, puny devil, shoot, graft
An imp
flibbertigibbet
impish
naughtily or annoyingly playful; "teasing and worrying with impish laughter"
impish
If you describe someone or their behaviour as impish, you mean that they are rather disrespectful or naughty in a playful way. Gillespie is well known for his impish sense of humour. + impishly imp·ish·ly He smiled at me impishly. showing a lack of respect or seriousness in a way that is amusing rather than bad = mischievous
impish
{s} devilish, mischievous; of or pertaining to an imp, resembling an imp
impish
Having the qualities, or showing the characteristics, of an imp
impish
naughtily or annoyingly playful; "teasing and worrying with impish laughter
impishly
In an impish manner
impishly
In the manner of an imp
impishly
mischievously, devilishly, in an impish manner
impishly
in an appealing but bold manner; "she asked him impishly to come in
impishly
in an appealing but bold manner; "she asked him impishly to come in"
impishness
the trait of behaving like an imp
impishness
{i} mischievousness, devilishness
impishness
The state or quality of being impish
imps
bridge scored by International Match Points
imps
plural of imp
imps
a form of scoring usually used in team games On each board, the difference between your score and your opponents' score is converted to IMPs, which can be positive or negative The team with the most total positive IMPs on all boards wins the match
imps
Imperial Sourcebook Revised for 2nd Edition WEG 40092, ISBN 0-87431-210-8
imps
This statistic is the actual number of times your advertising has been viewed At times this statistic is given in unique impressions or 'hits'
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