owlish

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Englisch - Türkisch
baykuş gibi
(sıfat) baykuş gibi
ciddi
owl
{i} baykuş

Baykuşlar karanlıkta görebilirler. - Owls can see in the dark.

Baykuşlar geceleri aktiftir. - Owls are active at night.

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gece kuşu

Tom bir gece kuşu ama sabahları çok mıymıntı. - Tom's a night owl, but he's very sluggish in the morning.

Tom bir gece kuşu ama sabahları çok uyuşuktur. - Tom's a night owl, but he's very sluggish in the morning.

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puhu

Bir puhu baykuşu ve peçeli baykuş arasındaki fark nedir? - What's the difference between an eagle-owl and a barn owl?

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scops owl cüce baykuş
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{i} bilge
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ağırbaşlı kimse
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shorteared owl bataklık baykuşu
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Strigiformes
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tawny owl alaca
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baykuş zool
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Otus scops
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eagle owl puhu kuşu
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Bubo bubo
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owlish baykuş gibi
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Asio flammeus
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Athene noctua
Englisch - Englisch
resembling or characteristic of an owl
wise and solemn
resembling an owl; solemn and wise in appearance
{s} having a face which resembles an owl; having a serious expression; serious
Resembling, or characteristic of, an owl
An owlish person looks rather like an owl, especially because they wear glasses, and seems to be very serious and clever. With his owlish face, it is easy to understand why he was called `The Professor'. looking like an owl and seeming serious and clever
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Initialism of Web Ontology Language
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A person seen as having owl-like characteristics, especially appearing wise or serious, or being nocturnally active
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{n} a kind of bird that flies by night
Owl
A fictional character in A. A. Milnes book Winnie the Pooh and the Disney film of the same name
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{i} predatory (chiefly nocturnal) bird that has a large broad head with large eyes that face forward and are surrounded by a ring of feathers; owl-like pigeon; person who resembles an owl in manner or appearance (i.e wise, active at night, etc.)
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A variety of the domestic pigeon
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Any species of raptorial birds of the family Strigidæ
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A bird, not related to other raptors but to Nightjars that hunts birds and animals, usually at night
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- Service that operates during the late night/early morning hours or all night service, usually between 10: 00 p m and 6: 00 a m
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A knowledge engineering language for frame-based representation (implemented in LISP)
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As of March 1998 OWL (the Official Tournament and Club Word List published by Merriam-Webster, Inc ) is the official word source for all sanctioned NSA Clubs and Tournaments
owl
nocturnal bird of prey with hawk-like beak and claws and large head with front-facing eyes
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a very wise owl
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Hence, to carry on any contraband trade
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They are mostly nocturnal in their habits
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Ontology Web Language
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An owl is a bird with a flat face, large eyes, and a small sharp beak. Most owls obtain their food by hunting small animals at night. see also night owl. Any of the mostly nocturnal birds of prey in the order Strigiformes: typical owls (family Strigidae), barn and grass owls (Tytonidae), and bay owls (Phodilidae). Their virtually noiseless flight and protective (usually brown) coloration aid in capturing insects, birds, and small mammals. Owls have round, forward-looking eyes, a sharply hooked beak, and acute hearing and vision. They are 5-28 in. (13-70 cm) long. Some species have a disk framing the face or ear tufts that help locate prey by reflecting sound to the ears. Owls can turn their head 180° (some species can turn as much as 270°). They nest in buildings, trees, or on the ground. Typical owls occur worldwide except in Antarctica. See also horned owl, screech owl, snowy owl. barn owl great horned owl horned owl screech owl snowy owl
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To carry wool or sheep out of England
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OverWhelmingly Large
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Ongoing weight loss
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Any of the chiefly nocturnal birds of prey of the family Strigidæ Very well represented in the North Country by four resident species, the Barred (Strix varia), Boreal (Aegolius funereus), Great Grey (Strix nebulosa), and Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus); two summer migrants, the Long Eared Owl (Asio otus) and Northern Saw Whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus); and two winter visitors from yet farther north, the Snowy Owl (Nyctea scandiaca) of the tundra and the boreal Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula) The Boreal, Great Grey, Snowy, and Northern Hawk owls are all considered prized nothern specialties by American birders Kâkoko in the Ojibwe
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Any of various birds of prey of the order Strigiformes that are primarily nocturnal and have forward-looking, binocular vision, limited eye movement, and good hearing
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el buho
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To pry about; to prowl
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They have large eyes and ears, and a conspicuous circle of feathers around each eye
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