plucking

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Englisch - Türkisch
yolma

Mary on iki yaşındayken kaşlarını yolmaya başladı. - Mary started plucking her eyebrows when she was twelve years old.

Mary piliçten tüyleri yolmakla meşgul. - Mary is busy plucking the feathers from the chicken.

{i} koparma
(isim) koparma
pluck
koparmak
pluck
{f} yolmak

Mary piliçten tüyleri yolmakla meşgul. - Mary is busy plucking the feathers from the chicken.

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{f} toplamak
pluck
yiğit
pluck
{i} çekme
pluck
yürek
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çaktırmak
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zorlamak
pluck
{i} yolma

Mary piliçten tüyleri yolmakla meşgul. - Mary is busy plucking the feathers from the chicken.

Mary on iki yaşındayken kaşlarını yolmaya başladı. - Mary started plucking her eyebrows when she was twelve years old.

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{f} kopar

Onları nereden kopardın? - Where did you pluck them?

Havva, bilgi ağacından meyve kopardı. - Eve plucked fruit from the tree of knowledge.

pluck
tüylerini yolmak
pluck
(telli çalgı) çalmak
pluck
kopar(mak)
tea plucking
(Tarım) Çay toplama işi
eyebrow plucking
kaş aldırma
eyebrow plucking
kaş aldırmak
pluck
{f} (telli çalgıyı) parmaklarla çalmak
pluck
imtihanda çevirmek veya reddetmek
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çalmak
pluck
pluck off kopa
pluck
{i} yüreklilik
pluck
sürüklemek
pluck
talan etmek
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yağmalamak
pluck
sınıfta bırakmak
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cesaret

Ben cesaretimi topladım ve hepsinin benim hatam olduğunu itiraf ettim. - I plucked up the courage and confessed that it was all my fault.

Mary'yi bir filme davet etmek için cesaretimi toplasam bile, o beni sattı. - Even though I plucked up courage to invite Mary to a film, she stood me up.

pluck
pluck kopar/çek/yol
pluck
sakatat
pluck
soymak
pluck
{f} ayıklamak (yün)
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kopartmak
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yiğitlik
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{f} çekmek
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parmakla ve
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{f} (çiçek, meyve v.b.'ni) koparmak
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sakatat/yolma/cesaret
Englisch - Englisch
An act in which something is plucked
Present participle of pluck
When the draw hand is pulled away from the face on release
the process of harvesting the tea by cutting the flush from the growing tea shrub
The process of harvesting and collecting tea leaves
{i} picking, pulling out, detaching
Erosive process of particle detachment by moving glacial ice In this process, basal ice freezes in rock surface cracks As the main body of the glacial ice moves material around the ice in the cracks is pulled and plucked out Also called quarrying
Process which allows glaciers to erode bedrock surfaces via a three stage progression In the first stage (a ), meltwater at the base of the glacier seeps into cracks in the bedrock Once collected in these fractures, the water freezes and expands, further fracturing the rocks and making bedrock debris available to the glacier (b) This debris is then removed either by freezing to the bottom of the glacier or by being dislodged by rocks projecting from the bottom of the ice (c)
plucking post
A raised structure such as a tree stump which is used regularly by a bird of prey to dismember its prey, removing feathers and various other inedible parts before consuming it
plucking posts
plural form of plucking post
plucking one's eyebrows
removing hairs from the eyebrows
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To gently play a single string, e.g. on a guitar, violin etc

Whereas a piano strikes the string, a harpsichord plucks it.

pluck
To rob, fleece, steal forcibly

The horny highwayman plucked his victims to their underwear, or attractive ones all the way.

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To play a string instrument pizzicato

Plucking a bow instrument may cause a string to break.

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Guts, nerve, fortitude or persistence

He didn't get far with the attempt, but you have to admire his pluck.

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To remove feathers from a bird
pluck
An instance of plucking

Those tiny birds are hardly worth the tedious pluck.

pluck
To pull or twitch sharply
pluck
The lungs, heart with trachea and often oesophagus removed from slaughtered animals
pluck
{v} to snatch, pull, strip off fethers, take
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{n} a quck pull, the heart, liver and lights
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Especially, to pull with sudden force or effort, or to pull off or out from something, with a twitch; to twitch; also, to gather, to pick; as, to pluck feathers from a fowl; to pluck hair or wool from a skin; to pluck grapes
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If someone unknown is given an important job or role and quickly becomes famous because of it, you can say that they have been plucked from obscurity or plucked from an unimportant position. She was plucked from the corps de ballet to take on Juliet The agency plucked Naomi from obscurity and turned her into one of the world's top models
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If you say that someone plucks a figure, name, or date out of the air, you mean that they say it without thinking much about it before they speak. Is this just a figure she plucked out of the air?. courage and determination
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the act of pulling and releasing a taut cord strip of feathers; "pull a chicken"; "pluck the capon" pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion; "he plucked the strings of his mandolin" pull or pull out sharply; "pluck the flowers off the bush
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If you pluck up the courage to do something that you feel nervous about, you make an effort to be brave enough to do it. It took me about two hours to pluck up courage to call
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the trait of showing courage and determination in spite of possible loss or injury
pluck
the act of pulling and releasing a taut cord
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If someone is rescued from a dangerous situation, you can say that they are plucked from it or are plucked to safety. A workman was plucked from the roof of a burning power station by a police helicopter Ten fishermen were plucked to safety from life-rafts
pluck
{f} pull out feathers (as of a chicken); tear out; cause to fail; deceive, cheat
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Nerve, fortitude, or persistence
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The act of plucking; a pull; a twitch
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pull or pull out sharply; "pluck the flowers off the bush
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sell something to or obtain something from by energetic and especially underhanded activity
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To make a motion of pulling or twitching; usually with at; as, to pluck at one's gown
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If you pluck a guitar or other musical instrument, you pull the strings with your fingers and let them go, so that they make a sound. Nell was plucking a harp
pluck
To gently play a single string, e.g. on a guitar, violin, etc
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rip off; ask an unreasonable price
pluck
The heart, liver, and lights of an animal
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If you pluck a fruit, flower, or leaf, you take it between your fingers and pull it in order to remove it from its stalk where it is growing. I plucked a lemon from the tree He plucked a stalk of dried fennel
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If you pluck something from somewhere, you take it between your fingers and pull it sharply from where it is. He plucked the cigarette from his mouth and tossed it out into the street
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{i} internal organs of animals (used for food); pulling, tugging; failure; daring, spunk; courage
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pull or pull out sharply; "pluck the flowers off the bush"
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If you pluck a chicken or other dead bird, you pull its feathers out to prepare it for cooking. She looked relaxed as she plucked a chicken
pluck
To reject at an examination for degrees
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strip of feathers; "pull a chicken"; "pluck the capon"
pluck
the act of pulling and releasing a taut cord strip of feathers; "pull a chicken"; "pluck the capon"
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pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion; "he plucked the strings of his mandolin"
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To strip of, or as of, feathers; as, to pluck a fowl
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If a woman plucks her eyebrows, she pulls out some of the hairs using tweezers. You've plucked your eyebrows at last!
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The lyrie
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The act of plucking, or the state of being plucked, at college
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To pull something sharply; to pull something out
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look for and gather; "pick mushrooms"; "pick flowers"
pluck
See Pluck, v
pluck
Spirit; courage; indomitable resolution; fortitude
pluck
To pull; to draw
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von plucking im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

papatya falı plucking the petals off a daisy one
by one in order to learn one's fortune
plucking

    Türkische aussprache

    plʌkîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈpləkəɴɢ/ /ˈplʌkɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pl&k ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English pluccian; akin to Middle High German pflücken to pluck.

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