jaded

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} yavan
çok yorgun
bitkin
yorulmuş
bıkkın
yorgun
{s} isteksiz

Tom isteksiz ve alaycıdır. - Tom is jaded and cynical.

{s} zevksiz
{s} tatsız tuzsuz
jade
yeşim

O, yeşim taşının tıbbi özellikleri olduğuna inanmaktadır. - She believes that jade has medicinal properties.

Bu kolye yeşim taşından yapılmış. - This necklace is made of jade.

jade
{i} açık yeşil
jade
yeşimtaşı
jade
yormak
jade
yaşlı beygir
jade
yaşlı ve işe yaramaz at
jade
düldül
jadedness
yorgunluk
jade
yor(mak)
jade
{i} fingirdek kız
jade
haspa
jade
yılkı atı
jade
yosma
jade
ağır bir işe koşarak takatini kesmek
jade
şirret kadın
jade
cadı karı
jade
{i} beygir (yaşlı)
jade
yeşim/kadın/yaşlı beygir
jade
fahişe
jade
isteksiz

Tom isteksiz ve alaycıdır. - Tom is jaded and cynical.

jade
zevksiz
jade
jadeitin değerli bir türü
jade
yaşlı ve işe yaramaz beygir
jade
{i} hafifmeşrep kadın
jade
bitkin
jade
{f} yor
jade
çok yormak jaded s çok yorgun
jade
{f} çok yormak
jadedly
yorgun bir biçimde
Englisch - Englisch
Made callous, cynically insensitive, or even conceited, by experience or age
Worn out, wearied, exhausted or lacking enthusiasm, due to age or experience
Simple past tense and past participle of jade
dulled by surfeit; "the amoral, jaded, bored upper classes"
Cynically insensitive; made callous by experience
Worn out, wearied, or lacking enthusiasm; exhausted
exhausted; "my father's words had left me jaded and depressed"- William Styron
{s} tired, fatigued; dulled by overuse or overindulgence
If you are jaded, you feel bored, tired, and not enthusiastic, for example because you have had too much of the same thing. We had both become jaded, disinterested, and disillusioned. = bored. someone who is jaded is no longer interested in or excited by something, usually because they have experienced too much of it (jade (17-19 centuries), from jade (14-21 centuries))
Jade
A female given name from the precious stone, taken into general use in the 1970s

Emily. Em-il-y, three syllables, like a knock on the door of destiny. Such an odd, old-fashioned name, compared to those Kylies and Traceys and Jades — names that reeked of Impulse and grease and stood out in gaudy neon colours —.

jade
To tire, weary or fatigue
jade
A semiprecious stone either nephrite or jadeite, generally green or white in color, often used for carving figurines
jade
A grayish shade of green, typical of jade stones

jade colour:.

jade
{n} a magnesian stone of a dark green or bluish
jade
{v} to tire, weary, ride down, harass, sink
jade
{n} a bad woman, wench, worthless horse
Jade
from the precious stone, taken into general use in the 1970s
Jade
yu
jade
A young woman; generally so called in irony or slight contempt
jade
A disreputable or vicious woman; a wench; a quean; also, sometimes, a worthless man
jade
{f} wear out, make tired, exhaust
jade
Jade is a hard stone, usually green in colour, that is used for making jewellery and ornaments. Either of two tough, compact, typically green gemstones that take a high polish. Both have been carved into jewelry, ornaments, small sculptures, and utilitarian objects from earliest recorded times. The more highly prized of the two jadestones is jadeite; the other is nephrite. Both types may be white or colourless, but colours such as red, green, and gray may occur
jade
similar to the color of jade; especially varying from bluish green to yellowish green
jade
> The term 'jade' and the Chinese term 'yu' have often been used loosely to designate a variety of hardstones Their use should, however, be limited to jadeite and nephrite Nephrite belongs to the amphibole group of minerals and is a silicate of calcium and magnesium Its crystalline structure has the appearance of hair-like fibers felted together to form a closely integrated mass, and it is this which gives it its strength Nephrite ranks as 6 5 on the Moh scale of hardness Nephrite has been worked in China since the Neolithic period Much of the nephrite used in China came from Khotan and Yarkand in Central Asia
jade
James DSSSL Engine, C++ implementation of the DSSSL stylesheet language by James Clark for Win32 and UNIX platforms, current version is 1 2 Jade supports the backends RTF, XML, Fot (=Flow Object Tree), TeX, MIF (a MacIntosh-form
jade
It is very hard and compact, capable of fine polish, and is used for ornamental purposes and for implements, esp
jade
a light green color varying from bluish green to yellowish green
jade
A woman, especially in contempt
jade
an old or over-worked horse
jade
The common name for either of two minerals, both white to green in colour, used as gems Jadeite NaA(SiO3)2, rarer and costlier, is found in Myanmar, China, Japan, and Guatemaia Also nephrite (See below ) Jade has been particularly prized by the Chinese and Japanese as the most precious of gems (Columbia on-line Encyclopaedia )
jade
{i} green mineral used in jewelry and ornamentation; green color resembling jade; mean-spirited or worthless horse; evil-tempered woman, woman with a bad reputation
jade
to whip, to treat with contempt
jade
A mean or tired horse; a worthless nag
jade
get tired of something or somebody
jade
An elf from Magine, who left and married Adam of the Sen-Rida estates Jade's assassination was the main cause for the recent war Josa's mother
jade
in Eastern countries and among many early peoples
jade
To make ridiculous and contemptible
jade
or The Divine Stone Worn by the Indians as an amulet to preserve them from the bite of venomous animals, and to cure the gravel, epilepsy, etc (Hill ) "The conversation was interspersed by continual cups of tea drunk out of the most beautiful Chinese-ware, while the Ambar's cup was of a green jade " - Bonvalot: Across Thibet, chap x p 252 Jade A worthless horse An old woman (used in contempt) A young woman (not necessarily contemptuous)
jade
exhaust or tire through overuse or great strain or stress; "We wore ourselves out on this hike"
jade
A horse too old to be put to work
jade
Of a grayish shade of green, typical of jade stones
jade
To become weary; to lose spirit
jade
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jade
a semiprecious gemstone that takes a high polish; is usually green but sometimes whitish; consists of jadeite or nephrite
jade
A dragon-woman, the granddaughter of the Goddess Her magic color is a bloody black-red She does not have a daemon, but the ability to shapeshift
jade
To exhaust by overdriving or long- continued labor of any kind; to tire or wear out by severe or tedious tasks; to harass
jade
A stone, commonly of a pale to dark green color but sometimes whitish
jade
To treat like a jade; to spurn
jade
a woman adulterer
jade
a semiprecious gemstone that takes a high polish; is usually green but sometimes whitish; consists of jadeite or nephrite similar to the color of jade; especially varying from bluish green to yellowish green
jadedly
tiredly, wearily
jadedly
In a jaded manner
jadedness
The state of being jaded or worn out
jadedness
{i} tiredness, exhaustion, weariness
jaded
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