needling

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Englisch - Türkisch
iğne ile delme
delme
(Tıp) İğne ile delme, özellikem göz merceğinde gerçekleştirilen bir çeşit ameliyat
needle
iğne

Tom yerden bir iğne aldı. - Tom picked a needle up off the floor.

Baş parmağıma iğne batırdım. - I pricked my thumb with a needle.

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iğnelemek
needle
gösterge ibresi
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askıya alma
needle
alay etmek
needle
gösterge
needle
igne
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sataşmak
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dikiş iğnesi
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iğneyle dikmek
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enjektör iğnesi
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dikiş makinesi iğnesi
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iğne valf
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pikap iğnesi
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tığ
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{f} alay et
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şırınga iğnesi
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ibre

İbre kuzeye doğru işaret ediyor. - The needle is pointing toward the north.

Pusula ibreleri kuzeyi gösterir. - Compass needles point to the north.

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şiş

Mary örme şişlerini çıkardı ve örmeye başladı. - Mary pulled out her knitting needles and started to knit.

Mary örme şişlerini çıkardı ve örmeye başladı. - Mary pulled out her knitting needles and began to knit.

needle
enjektör
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{f} alkol derecesini artırmak
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çamlarda iğne yaprak
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iğne ile delmek
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iğneyaprak
needle
dikmek

Bu düğmeleri dikmek için bir iğnen var mı? - Do you have a needle to sew on these buttons?

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iğne gibi şey
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iğne,v.alay et: n.iğne
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sinirlendirmek
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{f} iğne ile dikmek
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{i} (Botanik) iğneyaprak
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{i} örgü şişi
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iğne ile veya iğne gibi delmek
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{f} k.dili. iğnelemek, sataşmak
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dili sinirlendirmek
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ucu sivri dikili taş veya kaya
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(Tekstil) iğne; iğneyle dikmek Açıklama: İğne; İpliği şekillendiren, ilmek ve dolen haline getiren, aynı zamanda desenlendirmeye yardımcı olan ve doku sıklığının ayarlanmasına doğrudan etkili olan elemandır
Englisch - Englisch
{i} (Medicine) dissection of a soft cataract
present participle of needle
needle
To tease in order to provoke; to poke fun at

FRED: Well, I teased her to some extent, or I needled her, not teased her. I needled her about—first I said that she didn't want to work, and then I think that there were a couple of comments.

needle
A long, pointed leaf found on some conifers

I boiled some of the needles from the Christmas tree to add a pleasing scent to the air.

needle
To pierce with a needle, especially for sewing or acupuncture

Possibly the greatest effect is achieved in the hand by needling the thumb, the index finger and the region of the 1st and 2nd metacarpal.

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The death penalty carried out by lethal injection
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{v} to form into needles, as in crystals
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{f} sew, stitch; prick; be sarcastic; tease
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A slender rod or wire used in knitting; a knitting needle; also, a hooked instrument which carries the thread or twine, and by means of which knots or loops are formed in the process of netting, knitting, or crocheting
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goad or provoke,as by constant criticism; "He needled her with his sarcastic remarks"
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A hypodermic syringe
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A needle is a small, very thin piece of polished metal which is used for sewing. It has a sharp point at one end and a hole in the other for a thread to go through
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Stiff linear leaf of a conifer
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When you are verbally teasing and taunting your opponents, you are needling them or sticking in the needle A good needier can really get under the skin of his competition
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like looking for a needle in a haystack: see haystack see also pins and needles. to deliberately annoy someone by making unkind remarks or jokes about them = rib, tease tease. Basic implement used in sewing or embroidering and, in variant forms, for knitting and crocheting. The sewing needle is small, slender, and rodlike. One end is sharply pointed to make passing it through fabric easy; the other end has a slot (called an eye) to carry a thread. Modern sewing needles are made of steel. Crocheting needles are eyeless and have a hook on one end; they are usually of steel or plastic. Knitting needles are long, made of various materials, and bluntly pointed at one or both ends, sometimes with a knob at the end opposite the point
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— Small, slender piece of steel with a hole for thread and a point for stitching fabric A machine needle differs from a handwork needle; the machine needle's eye is found at its pointed end Machine embroidery needles come with sharp points for piercing heavy, tightly woven fabrics; ball points, which glide between the fibers of knits; and a variety of specialty points, such as wedge points, which are used for leather
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prick with a needle
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a sharp pointed implement (usually steel)
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A weapon used in ancient China, and today by Shaolin monks
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a sharp pointed implement (usually steel) a slender pointer for indicating the reading on the scale of a measuring instrument goad or provoke,as by constant criticism; "He needled her with his sarcastic remarks"
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On an instrument which measures something such as speed or weight, the needle is the long strip of metal or plastic on the dial that moves backwards and forwards, showing the measurement. She kept looking at the dial on the boiler. The needle had reached 250 degrees
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A small instrument of steel, sharply pointed at one end, with an eye to receive a thread, used in sewing
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long and pointed Broad Leaf - wider
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Any slender, pointed object, like a needle, as a pointed crystal, a sharp pinnacle of rock, an obelisk, etc
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Knitting needles are thin sticks that are used for knitting. They are usually made of plastic or metal and have a point at one end
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A name often used for the leaves of confiers
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Elongate, linear, sharp-pointed leaf
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A sensor for playing phonograph records, a phonograph stylus
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Small bone or metal object with an eye bored in one end See Pin
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A long, thin device for indicating measurements on a dial or graph, e.g. a compass needle
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a long, thin, included crystal
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A needle is a thin metal rod with a point which is put into a patient's body during acupuncture
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the most common needle used for cross-stitch is a 24 or 26 As in the fabric gauges, the higher number is a smaller needle Size 24 is usually for fabric at 14 counts and lower, while size 26 is for 16 count and greater Sharper needles must be used when stitching with Waste Canvas
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as of a conifer
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The long, pointed leaves of some conifers
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a slender pointer for indicating the reading on the scale of a measuring instrument
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Pokémon with needles that can inject poison This is not the same as Pin Skills: Hyper Needle
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The needles of a fir or pine tree are its thin, hard, pointed leaves. The carpet of pine needles was soft underfoot
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slender piece of steel with a point, ball, taper or other shape on one end with a nearby hole or eye for thread used in machine sewing of fabrics
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To form in the shape of a needle; as, to needle crystals
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If someone needles you, they annoy you continually, especially by criticizing you. Blake could see he had needled Jerrold, which might be unwise
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To form needles; to crystallize in the form of needles
needle
Small, slender piece of steel with a hole for thread and a point for stitching fabric A machine needle differs from a handwork needle; the needle's eye is found at its pointed end Machine embroidery needles come with sharp points for piercing heavy, tightly woven fabrics; ball point needles which glide between the fibers of knits; and a variety of specialty points, such as wedge points, which are used for leather
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A slender, pointed, hollow metal device
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A needle is a thin hollow metal rod with a sharp point, which is part of a medical instrument called a syringe. It is used to put a drug into someone's body, or to take blood out
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A long, thin, sharp implement usually for piercing such as sewing, or knitting, acupuncture, tattooing, body piercing, medical injections etc
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{i} slender pointed tools (usually of metal, often with a hole a one end) used with thread (or string) for sewing or other handcrafts; implement used in sewing or embroidering; sharp implement for suturing or other hypodermic procedures, syringe (Medicine); any needle-like object
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n The thin, pointed leaf of an evergreen tree
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a stylus that formerly made sound by following a groove in a phonograph record
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See Magnetic needle, under Magnetic
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One of the needle-shaped secondary leaves of pine trees
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A type of leaf that is narrow and relatively hard-textured
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