jungle

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} orman

Tom ormanın derinliklerinde yaşardı. - Tom used to live deep in the jungle.

Yağmur ormanın üzerine sessizce düştü. - The rain fell soundlessly upon the jungle.

çok sık ağaçlı ve yüksek otlu vahşi orman
{i} sık orman
(Bilgisayar) vahşi hayat
balta girmemiş orman
cengel
jungle fowl Hint kuşu
çok sık ve karışık yeşillik
Felis chaus
jungle fever batı Hindistan ormanlarına özgü çok şiddetli sıtma
yaban tavuğu
çengel
{i} hengâme
{i} karışıklık
jungle cat bir yaban kedisi
cangıl

Tom beş aydır cangılda yaşıyor. - Tom has lived in the jungle for five months.

Kaplanlar cangılda, aslanlar savanada yaşar. - Tigers live in the jungle, lions in the savanna.

(Askeri) CENGEL: Yolsuz, bataklık ve yürürken ayağa takılan sık fundalıklarda, sık dallı ağaçlarla kaplı, orman karakterinde geniş ağaçlık saha
vahşi orman
jungle hike
Balta girmemiş ormanda yapılan yürüyüş
jungle fever
(Tıp) şiddetli sıtma
jungle warfare
(Askeri) çengel harbi
jungle cat
orman kedisi
jungle fowl
hint kuşu
jungle hen
orman tavuğu
jungle bear
ormanda ayı
jungle book
jungle kitap
jungle drum
kabile davulu
jungle mouth
(deyim) Ağız kokusu, nefes kokusu: "Most people have jungle mouth when they wake up, eh."
jungle up
jungle kadar
jungle asterisk
(Bilgisayar) sık orman yıldız imi
jungle ball
(Spor) mahalle maçı
jungle beep
(Bilgisayar) sık orman bip
jungle busy ani
(Bilgisayar) sık orman meşgul ani
jungle canopy to locate guerrilla units
(Askeri) Gerilla birliklerinin tesbiti için
jungle close
(Bilgisayar) sık orman kapat
jungle default
(Bilgisayar) sık orman varsayılan
jungle error
(Bilgisayar) sık orman hata
jungle fever
{i} sıtma
jungle fever
(isim) sıtma
jungle gym
tırmanma oyuncağı
jungle maximize
(Bilgisayar) sık orman ekranı kapla
jungle move
(Bilgisayar) sık orman taşı
jungle open
(Bilgisayar) sık orman aç
jungle question
(Bilgisayar) sık orman soru
jungle rain shelter
(Askeri) CENGEL YAĞMUR SIĞINAĞI: Bak. "shelter"
jungle rain shelter
(Askeri) çengel yağmur sığınağı
jungle recycle
(Bilgisayar) sık orman geri dönüşüm
jungle warfare
(Askeri) CENGEL HARBİ: Cengellerden yapılan özel harp şekli
law of jungle
orman yasası
the jungle
orman
concrete jungle
{i} beton yığını
concrete jungle
(isim) beton yığını
law of the jungle
orman kanunu
the law of the jungle
(deyim) rekabet durumunda en guclu ve en vicdansizin ayakta kalacagi prensibi,orman kanunu
Englisch - Englisch
A style of electronic music
A place where people behave ruthlessly, unconstrained by law or morality

It’s a jungle out there.

A large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals
The thickest, deepest, nastiest rough on the course
disapproval If you describe a situation as a jungle, you dislike it because it is complicated and difficult to get what you want from it. Social security law and procedure remain a jungle of complex rules
n hutan rimba (hutan)
(aka: "jail") used to describe being in the middle of a lot of trees Also, any place where you don't want to be due to the growth (i e rough, fescue, etc )
The name of the card set that was released after the Base Set
an impenetrable equatorial forest
A term that refers to how deep in the weeds one really is, i e "I'm so backed up I'm deep in the jungle"
A dense growth of brushwood, grasses, reeds, vines, etc
emphasis If you describe a place as a jungle, you are emphasizing that it is full of lots of things and very untidy. a jungle of stuffed birds, knick-knacks, potted plants
a place where hoboes camp
A large, undeveloped, humid forest that is home to many wild plants and animals
disapproval If you refer to the law of the jungle, you are referring to a situation in which there are no laws or rules to govern the way that people behave and people use force to get what they want. If you make aggression pay, this becomes the law of the jungle
Any place where people behave ruthlessly and as if they are fighting for their lives
a location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival an impenetrable equatorial forest
A jungle is a forest in a tropical country where large numbers of tall trees and plants grow very close together. the mountains and jungles of Papua New Guinea The mountain area is covered entirely in dense jungle
a location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival
{i} dense tropical forest; something baffling in it's complexity, labyrinth; jumble; competitive place
an almost impenetrable thicket of trees, canes, and reedy vegetation, as in India, Africa, Australia, and Brazil
Jungle Carbine
The British Number 5 SMLE rifle, with a shortened barrel suitable for jungle warfare
jungle bunnies
plural form of jungle bunny
jungle bunny
A black person
jungle fever
A term used to describe the attraction of a person of non-African descent towards people of African descent
jungle fever
Any of several tropical diseases, but especially malaria
jungle gym
A play structure designed for children to climb on, traditionally constructed as a frame of metal bars as introduced in 1920
jungle nymph
A stick insect, of the genus Heteropteryx, from the rainforests of south-east Asia
jungle telegraph
A gossip network; an informal communication system within a group or organization

And the jungle telegraph at Bryant Park is alive with rumors that the show's biggest name, Lauren Conrad, will be here any day.

jungle telegraph
A system used by primitive cultures in remote tropical regions for communication over long distances, such as drum sounds or a relay of runners

Working both sides of the stream, they got native chieftains to pass the word by jungle telegraph.

jungle telegraphs
plural form of jungle telegraph
jungle mouth
(deyim) Smelly breath, unpleasant smell on the breath: "Most people have jungle mouth when they wake up, eh."
jungle up
During the Great Depression, many wanderers (hoboes and tramps) would settle for the night in groups. These areas would be known as hobo jungles. To jungle-up is to camp out for the evening in the company of other like companions of the road
Jungle Book
a book of stories by Rudyard Kipling about a young boy called Mowgli who grows up in the jungle in India and is cared for by animals, such as Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther. It was made into a very popular cartoon film by Walt Disney in 1967
jungle cat
type of wild cat
jungle cat
small Asiatic wildcat
jungle cock
male jungle fowl
jungle fever
{i} acute form of malaria which is common in tropical regions; any of the types of diseases native to the tropical regions
jungle fever
severe form of malaria occurring in tropical regions
jungle fowl
small Asiatic wild bird; believed to be ancestral to domestic fowl
jungle fowl
Any of several game birds of the genus Gallus of southeast Asia, especially G. gallus, considered to be the ancestor of the common domestic fowl. Any of four species of Asian birds (genus Gallus) that differ from other species in the pheasant family in having, in the male, a fleshy comb, lobed wattles hanging below the bill, and a high-arched tail. The red jungle fowl is the ancestor of the chicken. The cock has shining silky plumage, red on the head and back and green-black elsewhere; the hen is rusty brown with speckled neck and minimal comb
jungle gym
A structure of poles and bars for children to climb and play on. a large frame made of metal bars for children to climb on British Equivalent: climbing frame
jungle gym
a structure of vertical and horizontal rods where children can climb and play
jungle gym
structure on which children are able to climb and play
jungle hen
female jungle fowl
jungle music
{i} rhythmically compound deviant form of electronic dance music that uses fast tempos
jungle rot
skin disorder induced by a tropical climate
asphalt jungle
A city or urban area, where the landscape is covered by pavement and the environment is alienating and unsafe

Harlem comes through as an urban hothouse mean with exotic hustle and violence, a tangible asphalt jungle with its own abrasive laws of motion.

concrete jungle
An urban or other populated area containing a high density of buildings constructed of concrete or similar materials, especially one which lacks greenery and which seems unattractive, harsh, or unsafe
hobo jungle
collectively, the places where homeless people live and sleep
law of the jungle
The survival of the fittest, strongest or most cunning
hobo jungle
During the Great Depression, many wanderers (hoboes and tramps) would settle for the night in groups. These areas would be known as hobo jungles. To jungle-up is to camp out for the evening in the company of other like companions of the road
The Jungle Book
Walt Disney's animated movie based on a Rudyard Kipling children's novel by the same name
asphalt jungle
A large city or an urban or inner-city area, especially when characterized as congested and crime-ridden
concrete jungle
an area in a city with large modern building that is perceived as dangerous and unpleasant
concrete jungle
disapproval If you refer to a city or area as a concrete jungle, you mean that it has a lot of modern buildings and you think it is ugly or unpleasant to live in. an unpleasant area in a city that is full of big ugly buildings and has no open spaces
concrete jungle
{i} region in a city that has a large modern building which is considered dangerous and not pleasant
jungles
plural of jungle
jungly
overgrown with tropical vegetation
jungly
{s} comprised of jungles; overflown with jungles; having or of the nature of a jungle; covered in tropical vegetation
jungly
Consisting of jungles; abounding with jungles; of the nature of a jungle
law of the jungle
laws of nature according to which the strongest survive, the natural choice, survival of the fittest, never-ending competition
red jungle fowl
a jungle fowl of southeastern Asia that is considered ancestral to the domestic fowl
the jungle of life
the jungle as symbolic of the wild nature of life, life as a jungle-like place without civilized rules, survival of the fittest, law of the jungle
jungle
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