knee

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Englisch - Türkisch
diz

O yaklaştı ve dizlerinin üzerine düştü. - He approached and fell on his knees.

Dizinin onarımından sonra, o ağrı olmadan yürüyebiliyordu. - After his knee repair, he could walk without pain.

{f} diz ile vurmak
diz atmak
diz yeri
{f} dizle vur
(Tıp) Diz, genu
oynak
(giyside) diz
(in ile) diz vurmak
hürmet veya selâm
{i} dirsek şeklinde parça
(fiil) diz ile vurmak
knee jerk diz adalesine vurulunca meydana gelen geri atma hareketi
diz,v.dizle vur: n.diz
elbisenin diz üzerine gelen kısmı
knee breeches kısa pantolon
diz vurmak
paraçol
knee brace
paraçol
knee jerk reflex
(Tıp) diz refleksi
knee joint
dirsekli ek
knee prosthesis
(Tıp) diz protezleri
knee replacement
(Tıp) diz replasman
knee chest position
diz göğüs pozisyonu
knee deep
dizboyu
knee jerk
refleks
knee joint
diz eklemi
knee joint
marangozlukta mafsallı dirsek
knee joint
dirsek mafsalı
knee joint
mafsallı dirsek
knee-deep
diz boyu

Boston'da diz boyu kar birikti. - The snow has accumulated knee-deep in Boston.

O diz boyu karın içindeydi. - He was knee-deep in snow.

knee-deep
diz boyu derinliğinde
knee-high
diz boyu

Mary diz boyunda çizme giydi. - Mary wore knee-high boots.

Mary diz boyunda çorap giydi. - Mary wore knee-high socks.

knee (anatomy)
diz (anatomi)
knee brace
diz neşelendirmek
knee brace
göğüsleme, bağlama dirseği
knee brake
Diz freni
knee breeches
diz pantolon
knee breeches
kısa pantolon
knee cap
(Anatomi) Diz kapağı
knee deep
diz derin
knee high boots
diz çizme
knee hole
diz delik
knee jerk reaction
diz refleksi tepki
knee pads
diz pedleri
knee pain
(Tıp, İlaç) diz ağrısı
knee roof
çifte sagrili çatı
knee sock
diz çorap
knee-jerk gimmicks
(deyim) Düşünülmeden, sıcağı sıucağına verilmiş tepki, yapılmıi iş vs
knee-slapper
diz yan kesicinin
knee bend
diz çökme
knee bending
diz çökme
knee boot
dize kadar gelen çizme
knee deep
{s} diz boyu
knee deep
{s} dizlerine kadar batmış
knee high
{s} diz boyu
knee high
{s} dize kadar
knee injuries
(Tıp) diz yaralanmaları
knee jerk
diz refleksi
knee length
{s} diz boyu

Eteklerimi diz boyu giymeyi severim. - I like to wear my skirts knee length.

knee length
(sıfat) diz boyu
knee length skirt
diz boyu etek
knee level
diz hizası
knee pad
dizlik
knee pan
(isim) dizkapağı
knee pan
{i} dizkapağı
knee pipe
dirsek boru
knee roof
(İnşaat) çifte sağrılı çatı
knee shot
dizden yukarısını çekme
knee timber
(Çevre) doğal eğri ağaç
hollow of the knee
(Anatomi) diz ardı
kneed
diz yapmış
kneed
dizli
kneed
dizi bollaşmış
take a knee
tek diz üzerine çökmek
take a knee
bir aktiviteye geçici olarak ara vermek
housemaid's knee
dizkapağı iltihabı
on bended knee
ayaklarına kapanarak
on bended knee
yalvararak
thick knee
kalın diz
bend the knee
diz çökmek
extending to the knee
diz uzanan
rabbit knee joint
(Anatomi) Tavşan dizi eklemi
unicondylar knee
tek kondil şeklinde diz kırığı
wounded knee
yaralı diz
bend the knee
boyun eğmek
bend the knee
yola gelmek
i banged my knee
dizimi çarptım
on bended knee
yalvararak, diz çökmüş durumda
thwart knee
(Askeri) oturak pançalu
Englisch - Englisch
The joint, or region of the joint, between the thigh and leg
In the horse and allied animals, the carpal joint, corresponding to the wrist in humans
to kneel to
A piece of timber or metal formed with an angle somewhat in the shape of the human knee when bent

Deck beams were supported by hanging knees, triangular pieces of wood typically found underneath the timbers they are designed to support, but in this case found above them.

A blow made with the knee; a kneeing
An act of kneeling, especially to show respect or courtesy

To make a knee.

poke or strike with the knee
In humans, the joint in the middle part of the leg

Jessica was wearing shorts, so she skinned her exposed knees when she fell.

Any knee-shaped item or sharp angle in a line, "the knee of a graph", an inflection point
In man, the joint in the middle part of the leg
{v} to put knees, to entreat by keeling
{n} the joint between the leg and thigh
Generally heavy members of wood or iron, used to strengthen angular junctions The interior curvature between the two arms of a wooden knee usually follows the line of a naturally grown crook These were among the first members to be replaced with iron in composite ship construction Knees may by defined by location and alignment as follows: the breasthook (also stemlock or forehook) is set horizontally inside and near the head of the stem; a dagger knee is set obliquely; a hanging knee is one set upright with the horizontal arm to the top; a lodge, or lodging knee is set horizontally, usually in the plane of deck beams; a standing knee is set upright with the horizontal arm on the bottom
the junction of the thigh and the leg
If you knee someone, you hit them using your knee. Ian kneed him in the groin
hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella
A timber with two arms at right angles or nearly so, used to connect a ship's beams with her sides or timbers
An abrupt bend in a stem or tree trunk, or an outgrowth rising from the roots of some swamp-growing trees Example: bald cypress
{i} joint in the middle of the leg; covering for the knee joint; bend; brace, joint supporter (Construction)
If you are on your knees, your legs are bent and your knees are on the ground. She fell to the ground on her knees and prayed
Your knee is the place where your leg bends. He will receive physiotherapy on his damaged left knee. a knee injury
In the horse and allied animals, the carpal joint, corresponding to the wrist in man
If a country or organization is brought to its knees, it is almost completely destroyed by someone or something. The country was being brought to its knees by the loss of 2.4 million manufacturing jobs. to hit someone with your knee
Bones in and leading to the knee should line up in a balanced manner; not tilting forward ("over at the knee" or "buck-kneed") or back ("back at the knee" or "calf-kneed"), nor severely offset to one side or the other It is best if the knees are set squarely on top of the cannon bones, not off to one side or another
jenou
{f} touch the knee; strike the knee; strengthen with a knee-shaped brace (Construction)
A triangular brace on the interior of an Italian harpsichord
A bending of the knee, as in respect or courtesy
cloth covering consisting of the part of a trouser leg that covers the knee
To supplicate by kneeling
joint between the femur and tibia in a quadruped; corresponds to the human knee
Joint in the middle part of the leg
The upper, convex curve or bulge of a cabriole leg Sometimes called the hip (Hey we're furniture dealers, not anatomists )
Greek, gonu; Latin, genu; French, genou, Sanskrit, janu; Saxon, cneow; German, knie, English, knee
cloth covering consisting of the part of a trouser leg that covers the knee hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella
If something or someone is on your knee or on your knees, they are resting or sitting on the upper part of your legs when you are sitting down. He sat with the package on his knees = lap
Curved timber for supporting decks or bulwarks
Any knee-shaped item or sharp angle in a line, "the knee of a graph", an inflection point"
Greek, gonu; Latin, genu; French, genou, Sanskrit, janu; Saxon, cneow German, knie, English, knee
know
hiza
knee cap
Alternative spelling of kneecap
knee cap
A metal cover trim that fits over a panel rib after it has been cut and bent
knee high to a grasshopper
short; especially relating to when the subject was a small child
knee jerks
plural form of knee jerk
knee pad
A protective garment worn on a knee to protect it from injury, for example due to a blow or a fall
knee pads
plural form of knee pad
knee roll
the thick part of a batsman's pads that protects the knee
knee rolls
plural form of knee roll
knee slapper
A joke, especially one which strikes the listener or reader as particularly humorous
knee slappers
plural form of knee slapper
knee sock
a sock that reaches almost up to the knee
knee socks
plural form of knee sock
knee-deep
Submerged to the knees
knee-deep
Reaching up to the knees
knee-deep
Deeply involved in something, or preoccupied with something
knee-deep in the Big Muddy
Stuck in a predicament; mired in a difficult situation, especially one resulting from poor judgment or bad leadership

In the classic ‘knee deep in the Big Muddy’ scenario (Staw, 1976), individuals continue to contribute to a losing cause long after it is clear that this is a tremendous waste of money.

knee-high
A sock or stocking that reaches to the knees
knee-high
Something that reaches to the height of one's knees

The corn is knee-high.

knee-jerk
Automatic, spontaneous, easily predictable

He gave a knee-jerk response.

knee-jerk
A sudden reflexive movement of the leg below the knee, as a reaction to a tap to the tendon just below the patella (kneecap)
knee-pad
Attributive form of knee pad, noun
knee-slapper
Alternative spelling of knee slapper
knee-trembler
a casual outdoor sexual encounter (commonly with a prostitute), usually in an alleyway or against a wall, with the man standing and the woman's knees raised
knee-jerk gimmicks
(deyim) Measures which are not properly thought out and designed to get an immediate positive reaction
knee action
An automotive front-wheel suspension that permits independent vertical motion of each wheel
knee bend
exercising by repeatedly assuming a squatting position; strengthens the leg muscles
knee brace
A small timber that is framed diagonally between a post and a beam
knee brace
a short member engaging at its ends two other members which are joined to form a right angle or a near right angle to strengthen and stiffen the connecting joint
knee brace
A diagonal brace designed to resist horizontal loads usually from wind or moving equipment
knee brace
a short member that engages two other members, which are joined to form a right angle or a near-right angle, at its ends The brace strengthens the connecting joint and makes it more rigid
knee brace
A brace positioned between a column and truss panel points when trusses are supported by columns lacking transverse bracing
knee brace
a brace worn to strengthen the knee
knee brace
A structural brace positioned diagonally between a beam or column and a joist panel point
knee breeches
pants that reach to the knees
knee breeches
Trousers extending down to or just below the knee. tight trousers that end at your knee, worn especially in the past
knee breeches
trousers ending above the knee
knee cap
{i} knee bone, patella, kneepan; knee protector, knee pad
knee deep
{s} knee high, up to the knees, deep enough to reach the knees
knee fence
{i} barbed wire obstacle placed up to one half meter off the ground
knee high
{s} up to the knees, deep enough to reach the knees
knee high to a grasshopper
(Slang) very small or very young; short in height
knee highs
{i} stockings or socks that extend to just below the knees
knee hole
{i} opening for the knees, place for the knees (under a desk, etc.)
knee jerk
automatic, occurring without thought; of the reflex movement that occurs when struck below the kneecap
knee jerk
A jerk or kick produced by a blow or sudden strain upon the patellar tendon of the knee, which causes a sudden contraction of the quadriceps muscle
knee jerk
A reflex contraction of the quadriceps muscle resulting in a sudden involuntary extension of the leg, produced by a sharp tap to the tendon below the patella; patellar reflex
knee jerk
a reflex extension of the leg resulting from a sharp tap on the patellar tendon
knee jerk reaction
automatic reaction or response to something; reaction occurring without thought
knee joint
hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella
knee length
{s} that extends to the knee; reaching the knee
knee ligaments
strong bands of tissue that support the knee
knee pad
protective garment consisting of a pad worn by football or baseball or hockey players
knee pan
{i} kneepan, kneecap
knee piece
armor plate that protects the knee
knee sock
A sock that reaches just below the knee
knee socks
socks that reach the knees
knee wall
A wall-like structure that supports roof rafters
knee wall
A wall-like structure that is designed to support roof rafters
knee wall
a return of the abutment backwall at its ends to enclose the bridge seat on three of its sides; also called cheek wall
knee wall
A short wall under the slope of the roof
knee wall
A wall that acts as a brace by supporting roof rafters at an intermediate position along their length
knee wall
the structure upon which patio room windows are installed They can be existing or constructed of tempered glass or an insulated panel
knee wall
a return of the abutment back wall at its ends to enclose the bridge seat on three sides The returned ends hide the bridge seat, beam ends, and bearings and may retain a portion of the bridge approach material
knee wall
A short wall section, usually referring to a wall between a lower ceiling section and the floor Such as typically seen in bonus room areas Should be a minimum of 5’ high in habitable spaces
knee-capping
Knee-capping is the act of shooting someone in the knee and is carried out by some terrorist organizations as a form of punishment
knee-deep
If a person or a place is knee-deep in something such as water, the level of the water comes up to a person's knees. They spent much of their time knee-deep in mud
knee-deep
up to the knees; "we were standing knee-deep in the water
knee-deep
Something that is knee-deep is as high as your knees. The water was only knee-deep
knee-high
Something that is knee-high is as tall or high as an adult's knees
knee-jerk
disapproval If you call someone's response to a question or situation a knee-jerk reaction, you mean that they react in a very predictable way, without thinking. The knee-jerk reaction to this is to call for proper security in all hospitals. a knee-jerk reaction, answer etc is what you feel or say about a situation from habit, without thinking about it = automatic
knee-joint
hinge joint located in the middle of the leg
knee-length
long or tall enough to reach your knees
knee-length
extending to the knee
knock knee
The medical condition genu valgum
knock-knee
Alternative spelling of knock knee
knock-knee
inward slant of the thigh
housemaid's knee
Swelling of the bursa before the kneecap
kneed
Simple past tense and past participle of knee
kneed
Having some specific type of knee or knees
kneeing
A blow made with the knee
kneeing
Present participle of knee
on bended knee
supplicatingly, imploringly
on bended knee
In a kneeling position
thick-knee
Several species of large terrestrial birds in the stone-curlew family Burhinidae
Wounded Knee
site of a battle between white American settlers and American Indians in which large numbers of Sioux Indians were killed (U.S. History)
Wounded Knee
Hamlet and creek in southwestern South Dakota, the site of two conflicts between the Sioux Indians and the U.S. government. In 1890 the Sioux had been inspired by the Ghost Dance movement to take up arms and reclaim their heritage, but federal military intervention quelled the rebellion. On December 29 a young brave became involved in a scuffle while surrendering, and a trooper was killed. Soldiers fired at the Indians, killing more than 200 men, women, and children. Thirty soldiers also died. The so-called Battle of Wounded Knee is regarded as the final episode in the conquest of the North American Indian. In 1973 some 200 members of the American Indian Movement took the reservation hamlet by force, declared it an independent nation, and vowed to stay until the government agreed to address Indian grievances; a siege by federal marshals ended when the Indians surrendered in exchange for a promise of negotiations
take a knee
to take a temporary break from an activity
take a knee
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) An American football term: when the quarterback drops to one knee after receiving the snap, thus automatically ending the play
Battle of Wounded Knee
the last important battle between the US army and the Native Americans, which took place at Wounded Knee Creek in South Dakota. US soldiers killed almost 200 Sioux people, including women and children, and the battle brought an end to the Indian Wars
Battle of Wounded Knee
major battle fought on the 29th of December 1890 in South Dakota between white American settlers and Sioux Indians (resulted in heavy losses for the Sioux Indians)
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
a book by Dee Brown which tells the story of the American West in a way that is sympathetic to the Native Americans
The knee
genu
bend the knee
bow down, pay homage
housemaid's knee
knee injury caused by trauma to the knee (such as excessive kneeling)
housemaid's knee
swelling of the bursa in the knee (due to trauma or excessive kneeling)
kneed
Geniculated; forming an obtuse angle at the joints, like the knee when a little bent; as, kneed grass
kneed
Having knees;- used chiefly in composition; as, in-kneed; out-kneed; weak-kneed
kneed
past of knee
knees
plural of knee
water on the knee
accumulation of fluid that interferes with proper functioning of the knee
water on the knee
hydrarthrosis affecting the knee
knee

    Türkische aussprache

    ni

    Aussprache

    /ˈnē/ /ˈniː/

    Etymologie

    [ nE ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English cnēo, from Proto-Germanic *knewan (compare Low German Knee, Dutch/German knie, Swedish knä), from Proto-Indo-European *g̑néu̯o, a thematic derivative of *g̑ónu (compare Hittite genu, Latin genū, Tocharian (dual) A kanweṃ (dual), B kenī, Ancient Greek góny 'knee', gonía 'corner, angle', Armenian cunr, Avestan žnum, Sanskrit jánu).

    Tempora

    knees, kneeing, kneed

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    knee jerk

    Videos

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