prick

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} kalleş
hıyar
mal
ahmak
{i} k.dili. pis herif
{i} diken

Özgür irade sorunu din için bir dikenli bir bilmece. - The question of free will is a prickly conundrum to religion.

Devedikenden daha dikenli bir bitki yoktur. - There's no plant more prickly than a thistle.

silahla vurmak
toprağa dikmek
noktalamak
çük
şişlemek
(Argo) aşağılık herif
zımba ile işaretlemek
deşmek
kalafat
sokma
hafifçe delmek
zımbalamak
yarak
dalamak
batırma
batırmak
delik
{f} hafifçe del
iğne ya da batma acısı duymak
sokmak
küçük keskin acı
kab
batmak
iğne acısı
delme
delmek
iğne

O balona iğne batırdı. - She pricked the balloon.

Ahh! kendime iğne batırdım! - Ouch! I've pricked myself!

azap vermek
iğnelemek
dikmek
{f} dikmek (bitki)
{i} iğne v.b.'nin batmasından ileri gelen acı
{f} vurmak (silahla)
{f} yaralamak
{i} iğneleme
{f} vicdanını sızlatmak
üvendire
{i} diken batması
{i} sivri bir şeyin açtığı delik
{i} delinme
{f} listede işaretlemek
{f} 1. sivri bir
sivri uçlu alet
{i} delik (sivri uçla)
diken batması gibi ağrı
{f} iğne batırmak
prick iğnele/del
{i} sızı
sap/iğneleme/delik
{f} diken batırmak
{i} argo penis, yarak
prick of conscience vicdan azabı
sivri bir şeyi -e batırmak
batmak (deriye batan diken vb)
sivri bir şey -e batmak
açmak (delik)
prick up
kulaklarını dikmek
prick the bubble
(deyim) foyasını meydana çıkarmak
prick up its ears
hayvan kulaklarını dikmek
prick of conscience
vicdan azabı
prick up one's ears
kulak kabartmak
prick down
prick aşağı
prick on
prick üzerinde
prick out
toprağa dikmek
prick, sting
prick, batma
prick in
toprağa dikmek
prick out
listede işaretlemek
prick punch
işaret zımbası
prick punch
domuz tırnağı keski
prick s.t. on
bir uzva (sivri bir şeyi) batırmak; (sivri bir şey) bir uzva batmak: I keep pricking my hand on these thorns. Bu dikenler hep elime batıyor
prick something on
sivri bir şey bir uzva batmak
prick test applicator
(Tıp) prik test aplikatörü
prick the bubble
foyasını çıkarmak
prick the bubble
boşa çıkarmak
prick up
dikmek
prick up its ears
(hayvan) kulaklarını dikmek
prick up one's ears
kulaklarını dikmek
prick up one's ears
kulak kesilmek
prick up
dikmek (kulak)
pricker
biz
prickly
acı veren
prickly
aksi
prickly
zor
prickly
çapraşık (mesele)
prickly
huysuz
pricking
iğnelenme
prickly
dikenli

Özgür irade sorunu din için bir dikenli bir bilmece. - The question of free will is a prickly conundrum to religion.

Devedikenden daha dikenli bir bitki yoktur. - There's no plant more prickly than a thistle.

prickly
çabuk kızan
finger prick
parmak prick
pricker
diken
pricker
dürten veya iğne gibi batan şey
pricker
{i} delici cisim
pricker
diken/delici şey
pricker
{i} delen şey
pricking
iğneleyici
pricking
(Tıp) Deri üzerinde batma şeklinde duyulan ağrı, iğnelenme
prickly
{s} iğne gibi batan
prickly
prickly ash dikenli dişbudağa benzeyen bir ağaç
prickly
frenkinciri
prickly
Xanthoxylum americanum
prickly
Opuntia ficus india
prickly
{s} karıncalanan
prickly
{s} dalayan (kumaş/giysi)
prickly
prickly heat isilik
prickly
prickly pear hintinciri
prickly
pricklinessdikenlilik
prickly
firavuninciri
prickly
{s} asabi
prickly
çabuk sinirlenen
pricks
(Tekstil) benek ( nokta )
Englisch - Englisch
An indentation or small mark made with a pointed object
To urge, to spur, to goad, to incite

My duty pricks me on to utter that. Shakespeare: Two Gentlemen of Verona, ii. 7.

To pierce or puncture

John hardly felt the needle prick his arm when the adept nurse drew blood at his physical.

A small pointed object
Someone (especially a man or boy) who is unpleasant, rude or annoying
A small hole or perforation, caused by piercing
A dot or other diacritical mark used in writing; a point
The experience or feeling of being pierced or punctured by a small, sharp object

I felt a sharp prick as the nurse took a sample of blood.

A tiny particle; a small amount of something; a jot
To run a middle seam through the cloth of a sail. (The Universal Dictionary of the English Language, 1896)
The penis
A small roll of yarn or tobacco
To trace a ship’s course on a chart
{n} a puncture, point, print, mark, sting
{v} to pierce, spur, incite, affect with remorse, pain, hurt, make acid, mark
To mark or denote by a puncture; to designate by pricking; to choose; to mark; sometimes with off
A mark denoting degree; degree; pitch
To trace on a chart, as a ship's course
A prick is a small, sharp pain that you get when something pricks you. At the same time she felt a prick on her neck
To make small holes in the surface of a food, usually using the tines of a fork Pie crust is usually pricked
the act of puncturing with a small point; "he gave the balloon a small prick"
cause a prickling sensation
a point; a skewer
To make small holes in the surface of food to prevent it from bursting orrising during baking
To ride or guide with spurs; to spur; to goad; to incite; to urge on; sometimes with on, or off
A mathematical point; regularly used in old English translations of Euclid
cause a stinging pain; "The needle pricked his skin
A man's prick is his penis
To pierce slightly with a sharp- pointed instrument or substance; to make a puncture in, or to make by puncturing; to drive a fine point into; as, to prick one with a pin, needle, etc
prod or urge as if with a log stick
To mark the outline of by puncturing; to trace or form by pricking; to mark by punctured dots; as, to prick a pattern for embroidery; to prick the notes of a musical composition
A sharp feeling of remorse. (Acts ii. 37.)
To make sharp; to erect into a point; to raise, as something pointed; said especially of the ears of an animal, as a horse or dog; and usually followed by up; hence, to prick up the ears, to listen sharply; to have the attention and interest strongly engaged
the act of puncturing with a small point; "he gave the balloon a small prick" to cause a sharp emotional pain; "The thought of her unhappiness pricked his conscience" cause a stinging pain; "The needle pricked his skin
A small roll; as, a prick of spun yarn; a prick of tobacco
To spur onward; to ride on horseback
deliver a sting to; "A bee stung my arm yesterday"
to prick a card; to prick holes in paper
The footprint of a hare
To drive a nail into (a horse's foot), so as to cause lameness
to make small holes in the surface of a food with the tines of a fork; an unfilled pie dough is pricked all over so it bakes without blistering or rising
insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
To affect with sharp pain; to sting, as with remorse
If something sharp pricks you or if you prick yourself with something sharp, it sticks into you or presses your skin and causes you pain. She had just pricked her finger with the needle
To become sharp or acid; to turn sour, as wine
To run a middle seam through, as the cloth of a sail
A mark made by a pointed instrument; a puncture; a point
To render acid or pungent
obscene terms for penis
[ca. 1740-1850] Small roll of yarn or tobacco
{i} stab, puncture; ache, pain; penis (Slang)
A penis
{f} stab with a sharp object; perforate, pierce
A man or boy; usually unpleasant and rude
raise; "The dog pricked up his ears"
If something pricks your conscience, you suddenly feel guilty about it. If you are pricked by an emotion, you suddenly experience that emotion. Most were sympathetic once we pricked their consciences
To be punctured; to suffer or feel a sharp pain, as by puncture; as, a sore finger pricks
a depression scratched or carved into a surface
The feeling of being pierced or punctured by an object with a fine point such as a pin or small nail
To run a middle seam through the cloth of a sail
The point on a target at which an archer aims; the mark; the pin
If you prick something or prick holes in it, you make small holes in it with a sharp object such as a pin. Prick the potatoes and rub the skins with salt He pricks holes in the foil with a pin
That which pricks, penetrates, or punctures; a sharp and slender thing; a pointed instrument; a goad; a spur, etc
To aim at a point or mark
The act of pricking, or the sensation of being pricked; a sharp, stinging pain; figuratively, remorse
To trace a ship's course on a chart
To nick
make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn; "The nurse pricked my finger to get a small blood sample"
to cause a sharp emotional pain; "The thought of her unhappiness pricked his conscience"
To fix by the point; to attach or hang by puncturing; as, to prick a knife into a board
prick up one's ears
To listen attentively
prick of the conscience
feeling of regret, feeling of remorse for a wrongdoing
prick song
written song, music that is written on paper
prick teaser
woman that is seductive or sexually attractive (Offensive Slang)
prick up
stand up straight
prick up
raise; "The dog pricked up his ears
prick up
raise; "The dog pricked up his ears"
prick up
If someone pricks up their ears or if their ears prick up, they listen eagerly when they suddenly hear an interesting sound or an important piece of information. She stopped talking to prick up her ears. ears which prick up at the mention of royalty
pricked
Simple past tense and past participle of prick
pricker
A tool for pricking
prickly
Easily irritated

He has a prickly personality. He doesn't get along with people because he is easily set off.

pricker
{n} a sharp instrument, a light horseman
prickly
{a} full of or having sharp points, rough
Prickly
prickling
pricked
past of prick
pricker
an awl for making small holes for brads or small screws
pricker
A small marline spike having generally a wooden handle, used in sailmaking
pricker
{i} needle, pin; person or thing that stabs; sharp pointed weapon
pricker
A prickle or thorn
pricker
One who, or that which, pricks; a pointed instrument; a sharp point; a prickle
pricker
One who pricks
pricker
One who spurs forward; a light horseman
pricker
A priming wire; a priming needle, used in blasting and gunnery
pricker
a sharp-pointed tip on a stem or leaf
pricking
The driving of a nail into a horse's foot so as to produce lameness
pricking
the act of puncturing with a small point; "he gave the balloon a small prick"
pricking
present participle of prick
pricking
The mark or trace left by a hare's foot; a prick; also, the act of tracing a hare by its footmarks
pricking
A sensation of being pricked
pricking
Same as Nicking
pricking
{i} act of making small holes, act of piercing
pricking
Dressing one's self for show; prinking
pricking
The act of piercing or puncturing with a sharp point
prickly
very irritable; "bristly exchanges between the White House and the press"; "he became prickly and spiteful"; "witty and waspish about his colleagues"
prickly
Full of sharp points or prickles; armed or covered with prickles; as, a prickly shrub
prickly
Someone who is prickly loses their temper or gets upset very easily. You know how prickly she is. = touchy
prickly
having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc ; "a horse with a short bristly mane"; "bristly shrubs"; "burred fruits"; "setaceous whiskers"
prickly
Something that is prickly feels rough and uncomfortable, as if it has a lot of prickles. The bunk mattress was hard, the blankets prickly and slightly damp
prickly
Covered with sharp points
prickly
A prickly issue or subject is one that is rather complicated and difficult to discuss or resolve. The issue is likely to prove a prickly one. = thorny
prickly
{s} stinging, piercing, stabbing; full of difficulties, tricky
pricks
plural of prick
pricks
third-person singular of prick
prick
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