loosen

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Englisch - Türkisch
gevşetmek

Tom biraz kaslarını gevşetmek zorunda. - Tom has got to loosen up a little.

Bir vidayı gevşetmek için, sola çevirin. - To loosen a screw, turn it to the left.

bollaşmak
bollanmak
(toprağı) kabartmak
bolarmak
gevşet

Tom kravatını gevşetti. - Tom loosened his tie.

Ben benim ayakkabı bağlarını gevşettim. - I loosened my shoelaces.

gevşemek

Koşmadan önce gevşemek için birkaç egzersiz yapmayı severim. - I like to do a few exercises to loosen up before I run.

çözmek
çözülmek
gevset
{f} söktürmek
loosen gevşe/gevşet
{f} yumuşatmak
ishal etmek
{f} açmak
{f} açılmak
(Tıp) İshal vermek
loosen one's purse strings
kesenin ağzını açmak
loosen up
para konusunda liberal davran
loosen up
kasları ısıtmak
loosen up
kasları gevşetmek
loosen it
vidayı gevşetmek
loosen one's control
dizginleri salıvermek
loosen somebody's tongue
dilini çözmek
loosen the purse strings
kesenin ağzını açmak
loosen the purse strings
harcamaları artırmak
loosen the soil
zemini gevşetmek
loosen up
gevşetmek

Tom biraz kaslarını gevşetmek zorunda. - Tom has got to loosen up a little.

loosen up
ısınmak
loosen up
(Bilgisayar) gevşeyin
loosen up
açmak
loosen up
açılmak
loosen up
kaslarını gevşetmek

Tom biraz kaslarını gevşetmek zorunda. - Tom has got to loosen up a little.

loosening
{i} gevşeme
loosening
{f} gevşet
loosening
{i} gevşetme
loosening
gevşeterek
loosening
(isim) gevşeme
Englisch - Englisch
make something less tight; unfasten

After the Thanksgiving meal, Bill loosened his belt.

{v} to let loose, unite, relax, free, part
If a government or organization loosens its grip on a group of people or an activity, or if its grip loosens, it begins to have less control over it. There is no sign that the Party will loosen its tight grip on the country The Soviet Union's grip on Eastern Europe loosened. = relax
become loose or looser or less tight; "The noose loosened"; "the rope relaxed" make loose or looser; "loosen the tension on a rope" make less dense; "loosen the soil
To remove costiveness from; to facilitate or increase the alvine discharges of
To become loose; to become less tight, firm, or compact
{f} unbind, untie, unfasten; set free, release; make less tight, slacken; make less dense or compact; make less strict or severe; free from constipation; become loose
If you loosen something that is stretched across something else, you make it less stretched or tight. Insert a small knife into the top of the chicken breast to loosen the skin
make less severe or strict; "The government relaxed the curfew after most of the rebels were caught"
If you loosen your grip on something, or if your grip loosens, you hold it less tightly. Harry loosened his grip momentarily and Anna wriggled free When his grip loosened she eased herself away. = relax tighten
cause to become loose; "undo the shoelace"; "untie the knot"; "loosen the necktie"
make less dense; "loosen the soil"
make loose or looser; "loosen the tension on a rope"
make less dense; "loosen the soil
To free from restraint; to set at liberty
disentangle and raise the fibers of; "tease wool"
If someone or something loosens the ties between people or groups of people, or if the ties loosen, they become weaker. The Federal Republic must loosen its ties with the United States The deputy leader is cautious about loosening the links with the unions The ties that bind them together are loosening
To make loose; to free from tightness, tension, firmness, or fixedness; to make less dense or compact; as, to loosen a string, or a knot; to loosen a rock in the earth
become less severe or strict; "The rules relaxed after the new director arrived"
If you loosen your clothing or something that is tied or fastened or if it loosens, you undo it slightly so that it is less tight or less firmly held in place. Loosen the bolt so the bars can be turned Her hair had loosened and was tangled around her shoulders. tighten
If someone loosens restrictions or laws, for example, they make them less strict or severe. Drilling regulations, too, have been loosened to speed the development of the fields. tighten + loosening loos·en·ing Domestic conditions did not justify a loosening of monetary policy
become loose or looser or less tight; "The noose loosened"; "the rope relaxed"
loosen the apron strings
To allow greater freedom (to someone); to relax control of (someone)
loosen the purse strings
To increase spending or allow increased spending; to relax control of spending
loosen up
to relax, act less seriously
loosen up
to become loose; to loosen
loosen grip
loosen a hold, make a grasp less tight
loosen up
If a person or situation loosens up, they become more relaxed and less tense. Young people often loosen up on the dance floor I think people have loosened up their standards
loosen up
cause to feel relaxed; "A hot bath always relaxes me"
loosen up
make one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity
loosen up
cause to become unblocked; "The medicine unstuffed my nose in minutes!"
loosen up
If you loosen up your body, or if it loosens up, you do simple exercises to get your muscles ready for a difficult physical activity, such as running or playing football. Squeeze the foot with both hands, again to loosen up tight muscles Close your eyes. Relax. Let your body loosen up
loosen up
become less tense, rest, or take one's ease; "He relaxed in the hot tub"; "Let's all relax after a hard day's work"
loosen up
become less tense, less formal, or less restrained, and assume a friendlier manner; "our new colleague relaxed when he saw that we were a friendly group"
loosener
a usually inaccurate delivery bowled early in a bowler's first over
loosener
Something that loosens
loosened
past of loosen
loosened
straightened out
loosened
{s} freed, released; unfastened; made less tight, slackened
loosener
{i} person who loosens; that which loosens
loosener
One who, or that which, loosens
loosening
the act of making something less tight
loosening
an occurrence of control or strength weakening; "the relaxation of requirements"; "the loosening of his grip"; "the slackening of the wind"
loosening
{i} looseness, act of making something less tight; incident of weakening of control or strength
loosening
present participle of loosen
loosens
third-person singular of loosen
loosen
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