pawn

listen to the pronunciation of pawn
Englisch - Türkisch
piyon

Oyunda sadece bir piyon olan kişi çoğunlukla şirkette büyük konuşur. - A person who is only a pawn in the game often talks big in company.

terhin etmek
paytak
tutak
rehine koymak
rehine vermek
kukla
piyade
alet
(satranç) piyon
maşa
{f} kendini tehlikeye at
kendini tehlikeye at(mak)
in pawn rehinde pawn broker rehinle ödünç para veren kimse
{f} rehin bırakmak

O saatini rehin bırakmak zorunda kaldı. - He had to pawn his watch.

Tom faturalarını ödeyebilmek için gitarını rehin bırakmak zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pawn his guitar in order to pay his bills.

{f} rehin vermek

Tom faturalarını ödeyebilmek için gitarını rehin vermek zorundaydı. - Tom had to pawn his guitar so he could pay his bills.

Tom büyükbabasının ona verdiği saati rehin vermek zorunda kalmıştı. - Tom had to pawn the watch his grandfather had given him.

{i} rehin, rehine
{i} rehin

Kirayı ödemek için gitarımı rehine koydum. - I pawned my guitar in order to pay the rent.

Tom evlilik yüzüğünü rehin verdi. - Tom pawned his wedding ring.

{f} tehlikeye atmak
pawn shop tefeci dükkânı pawn ticket rehin senedi veya makbuzu
{i} rehine koyma
{i} tutu
feda et/rehine koy
{i} satranç piyon, piyade, paytak
tefeci

Tom bir tefecide çalışır. - Tom works at a pawn shop.

rehin/piyon
(Ticaret) menkul rehni
(Kanun) rehin verilen
piyona
pawn shop
(Ticaret) rehin dükkanı
pawn broker
rehinci
pawn broker
tefeci
pawn ticket
rehin makbuzu
pawn broker
piyon broker
pawn off
piyon off
pawn broker
rehin karşılığı borç para veren kimse; tefeci
pawn house
(Ticaret) rehin sandığı
pawn shop
tefeci dükkânı
passed pawn
geçti piyon
pawner
(Ticaret) rehin bırakan
in pawn
rehinde
pawner
rehin veren
pawning
{i} tehlikeye atılan
pawning
{f} tehlikeye atıl
debt on pawn
rehin karşılığı borç
debtor on pawn
rehinli borçlu
endorsement of pawn
rehin cirosu
poisoned pawn
zehirli piyon
to pawn
piyon için
indorsement of pawn
(Ticaret) rehin cirosu
pawned
rehinde
pawned
(sıfat) rehinde
pawner
rehin karşılığı borç alan kimse
pawner
pawpawpapaw
pawner
mülkünü rehin eden kimse
pawner
(isim) rehin karşılığı borç alan kimse
pawning
(Kanun) rehin mukabili ikraz
pawning
tehlikeye atılma
pawnor
rehin karşılığı borç alan kimse
pawnor
(isim) rehin karşılığı borç alan kimse
somebody's pawn
maşası olmak
to pawn
rehine vermek
Englisch - Englisch
To pledge; to stake or wager
The state of being held as security for a loan, or as a pledge

All our jewellery was in pawn by this stage.

The most common chess piece, or a similar piece in a similar game. In chess each side has eight; moves are only forward, attacks are only forward diagonally or en passant
An instance of pawning something
An item given as security on a loan, or as a pledge

Brokers, takers of pawns, biting userers, I will not admit; yet I will tolerate some kind of usery.

To give as security on a loan of money; especially, to deposit (something) at a pawn shop

But you'd better take your diamond ring, you'd better pawn it, babe.

To render one's opponent a mere pawn, especially in a real-time strategy games
Someone who is being manipulated or used to some end, usually not the end that individual would prefer

Though a pawn of the gods, her departure is the precipitating cause of the Trojan War.

A pawn shop, pawnbroker
{n} a pledge left for security, a chessman
{v} to pledge, leave or give security
an article deposited as security
An item sold to a pawn shop
See Pledge, n
If you pawn something that you own, you leave it with a pawnbroker, who gives you money for it and who can sell it if you do not pay back the money before a certain time. He is contemplating pawning his watch
In chess, a pawn is the smallest and least valuable playing piece. Each player has eight pawns at the start of the game
The weakest piece on the chessboard, yet the only piece that has the ability to become stronger A pawn moves straight ahead, yet captures pieces diagonally The pawn is the only piece that does not capture the way it moves The pawn also has the ability to capture en passant On the first move of each pawn, a player has the option of advancing that pawn one or two square All subsequent moves of that specific pawn must be one square at a time If the first pawn move is only one square, that pawn loses the ability to ever move more than one square again If a pawn reaches the enemy's first rank, it must be promoted to another piece other than a King It cannot remain a pawn The relative strengths of all other pieces on the chess board are measured in pawn increments
A one-pointer
(chess) the least powerful piece; moves only forward and captures only to the side; it can be promoted to a more powerful piece if it reaches the 8th rank
To pledge for the fulfillment of a promise; to stake; to risk; to wager; to hazard
to render ones opponent as a mere pawn, especially in a real-time strategy game
If you say that someone is using you as a pawn, you mean that they are using you for their own advantage. It looks as though he is being used as a political pawn by the President
{i} pledge, mortgage; security; game piece (Chess); plaything
A stake hazarded in a wager
State of being pledged; a pledge for the fulfillment of a promise
To give or deposit in pledge, or as security for the payment of money borrowed; to put in pawn; to pledge; as, to pawn one's watch
See Pan, the masticatory
A species of chessman The pawn is the only chessman that moves and captures in distinct ways
An instance of selling to a pawn shop
This is the smallest unit of vis, and is essentially indivisible Vis cannot be used in units of less than a Pawn
leave as a guarantee in return for money; "pawn your grandfather's gold watch"
The most common chess piece, each side having eight. Moves are only forward; attacks are only forward diagonally or en passant
A man or piece of the lowest rank
A type of shop that allows someone to buy and sell used items
borrowing and leaving an article as security for repayment of the loan (chess) the least powerful piece; moves only forward and captures only to the side; it can be promoted to a more powerful piece if it reaches the 8th rank an article deposited as security leave as a guarantee in return for money; "pawn your grandfather's gold watch
The weakest unit on a chessboard; but the only piece that can be promoted
borrowing and leaving an article as security for repayment of the loan
{f} mortgage, hock; endanger, put at risk; gamble, wager
a person used by another to gain an end
Anything delivered or deposited as security, as for the payment of money borrowed, or of a debt; a pledge
to sell something to a pawn shop
pawn off
To get rid of (something or someone unwanted) by transferring it to another

LeMaster was dealt to the even-lowlier Pittsburgh Pirates for a minor league pitcher. The Indians were so anxious to pawn him off on the Pirates that the club even paid Johnnie a $100,000 assignment fee to go to Pittsburgh.

pawn off
Sell or give something away by pretending it is something more valuable than it is, sell or give by trickery. "I think that the man palmed off a television set that doesn't work."
pawn one's good name
risk one's reputation
pawn revenue
income resulting from a mortgaged asset
pawn shop
store where one can mortgage personal property in exchange for cash
pawn shop
A pawn shop is a pawnbroker's shop
pawn ticket
a pawnbroker's receipt for articles taken as security
pawn ticket
receipt given by a pawnbroker for goods taken to a pawnshop
pawn ticket
A receipt for goods pawned
king's pawn
In chess, a pawn on the E file, where the kings start the game

See also the Wikipedia article on Descriptive chess notation.

pawn.
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a pawn
{n} pledge
poisoned pawn
The Poisoned Pawn Variation is any of several chess opening variations where a pawn is said to be 'poisoned' because its capture can result in positional problems or material loss for the captor. The best-known of these, and that most often described as the "Poisoned Pawn Variation," is a line of the Sicilian Defense, Najdorf Variation that begins with the moves:
poisoned pawn variation
The Poisoned Pawn Variation is any of several chess opening variations where a pawn is said to be 'poisoned' because its capture can result in positional problems or material loss for the captor. The best-known of these, and that most often described as the "Poisoned Pawn Variation," is a line of the Sicilian Defense, Najdorf Variation that begins with the moves:
be a pawn in the game
be an unimportant person who is used by others for their advantage
in pawn
given to another person as security until money is repaid
pawned
past of pawn
pawned
{s} mortgaged as security for loan
pawner
{i} one who gives as security; one who mortgages
pawner
One who pawns or pledges anything as security for the payment of borrowed money or of a debt
pawning
present participle of pawn
pawnor
One who pawns or pledges anything as security for the payment of borrowed money or of a debt
pawns
third-person singular of pawn
pawns
plural of , pawn
pawn
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