paddy

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Englisch - Türkisch
çeltik

Bir gün bizim çocuklar bizim çeltik ekimini devralacak. - One day our children will take over our paddy planting.

pirinç
çeltik tarlası
{i} hiddet
{i} öfke
emniyet arabası
(Askeri) ÇELTİK ARAZİSİ (PİRİNÇ): (Haritacılık) Su baskınları ve kurumayı kontrol altına almak gayesiyle hendek veya setlerle çevrili olan, pirinç ve sair hububatın yetiştirilmesine elverişli olan arazi bölgesi
çeltik/öfke
kabuklu pirinç
ırlandalı
paddy field
çeltik tarlası
paddy wagon
emniyet arabası
paddy rice
çeltik
paddy wagon
tutukluların taşındığı polis arabası
rice paddy
düğü tarlası
plural of paddy
çeltik çoğul
be in a paddy
öfkeli olmak
be in a paddy
hiddetli olm
rice paddy
çeltik tarlası
rice paddy
pirinç tarlası
Englisch - Englisch
An Irish nickname for Patrick, originally from Pádrig (or Pádraig) the Irish language form of Patrick
An Irish person (sometimes offensive)
An irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown
Rice, before it is milled
An Irish nickname for Patrick, originally from Pádrig the Irish language form of Patrick; sometimes used as offensive slang for an Irish person
rice in the husk either gathered or still in the field
Unhusked rice; commonly so called in the East Indies
A jocose or contemptuous name for an Irishman
{i} rice in a husk; rice field; temper (Informal)
(slur) a person of Irish descent
rice in the husk either gathered or still in the field an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown (slur) a person of Irish descent
Low; mean; boorish; vagabond
A paddy or a paddy field is a field that is kept flooded with water and is used for growing rice. the paddy fields of China. an offensive word for someone from Ireland. Do not use this word. 'paddy field paddies a field in which rice is grown in water = rice paddy
Paddy's Day
Saint Patrick's Day
paddy field
A flooded field where rice is grown
paddy paw
An animal's paw with a soft pad

My voice was velvet-smooth. Be careful, though. I'm not exactly defenseless myself. From my paddy-paw a talon popped, curved like a sickle moon.

paddy wagon
A police van for transporting prisoners
paddy wagons
plural form of paddy wagon
Paddy Chayefsky
orig. Sidney Chayefsky born Jan. 29, 1923, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 1, 1981, New York City U.S. playwright. He wrote his first full-length television play in 1952, and his work became prominent in the early flowering of television drama. Known for chronicling the lives of ordinary people, he had his greatest television and film success with Marty (1955, Academy Award). The Catered Affair (1956) and The Bachelor Party (1957) were also well received. His stage plays include The Tenth Man (1959), Gideon (1961), and The Latent Heterosexual (1968). He returned to screenwriting with The Hospital (1971, Academy Award) and Network (1976, Academy Award)
paddy field
rice paddy, rice field
paddy field
A rice paddy
paddy wagon
A van used by police for taking suspects into custody. a police vehicle used to carry prisoners (Perhaps from Paddy (18-21 centuries), from the male name Paddy, from Padraig )
Plastic Paddy
A pejorative, used to describe someone who knows little of actual Irish culture, but aggressively asserts their 'Irish' identity. Occasionally used to describe foreign nationals who harbour a nostalgic claim of 'Irishness' due to some distant relationship in their ancestral tree. Often used in the same sense as poseur and wannabe
Saint Paddy's
Saint Patrick's Day
rice paddy
A paddy field where rice is grown
paddies
plural of paddy
rice paddy
rice paddies a field in which rice is grown
rice paddy
an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown
paddy

    Silbentrennung

    pad·dy

    Türkische aussprache

    pädi

    Aussprache

    /ˈpadē/ /ˈpædiː/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 1623. From Malay padi "rice grain"

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