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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} buz hokeyi diski

Bir buz hokeyi diski küre biçiminde değildir. - An ice hockey puck is not spherical.

Bir buz hokeyi diski top şeklinde değildir. - An ice hockey puck isn't ball-shaped.

buz hokeyinde kullanılan lastik disk
{i} afacan peri
{i} cin
{i} yaramaz çocuk
caoutchouc, puck, rubber
kauçuk, cin, kauçuk
yaramaz bir biçimde
Englisch - Englisch
One of the satellites of the planet Uranus
a mischievous sprite in Celtic mythology and English folklore
A hard hard rubber disc used in ice hockey; any other flat disc meant to be hit across a flat surface in a game

In hockey a flat piece of rubber, say four inches long by three wide and about an inch thick, called a ‘puck’, is used.

A pointing device with a crosshair
An object shaped like a puck

He reaches into the urinal and picks up the puck. He then walk over to the sink and replaces a bar of soap with the urinal puck.

A mischievous spirit
a vulcanized rubber disk 3 inches in diameter that is used instead of a ball in ice hockey
A hard rubber disk that is 3 inches in diameter and 1 inch thick (Hockey's "ball ") Pucks move more easily on the ice if they are kept frozen Unfrozen pucks have a tendency to bounce along the ice
The disc/disk used in ice hockey and floor hockey
The vulcanized rubber disc which is whacked around the ice It is frozen for several hours before game time to prevent it from bouncing It is 3" in diameter, 1" thick and weighs 5 5 ounces
{n} a supposed spirit, fairy, sprite
The goatsucker
(n ) A device similar to a mouse, a puck is used to point and select with a graphics tablet; often used to trace an object or graphic
A hand-held device for entering data from a digitizer Usually has a window with accurately engraved cross-hairs, and several buttons for entering associated data (see Mouse, Cursor)
a mischievous sprite of English folklore
The hard rubber disc that the players try and shoot past the goalie for a score
In the game of ice hockey, the puck is the small rubber disc that is used instead of a ball. a character who enjoys playing tricks on people in the play A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare puckish
Small hand-held device (often with several function buttons) used for entering data from a digitizing table May also be referred to as a "cursor" This should not be confused with the screen (CRT) cursor
called also Robin Goodfellow, Friar Rush, Pug, etc
Get rid of Nolte
A loose tuck / Pike shape used in multiple somersaults
a vulcanized rubber disk 3 inches in diameter that is used instead of a ball in ice hockey a mischievous sprite of English folklore
A black disc made of vulcanized rubber, 1 inch thick and 3 inches in diameter, weighing between 5 1/2 and 6 ounces
Semi-tucked shape allowable in competition for multi-twisting multiple somersaults For competition, the rules require an angle between the body and thighs, and the thighs and lower legs, of 90 ° - 120 °
A disk of vulcanized rubber used in the game of hockey, as the object to be driven through the goals
A hand held device used with a digitising table or tablet It is used to point to an exact location in order to capture its coordinate
{i} hard rubber disk used in the sport of hockey; demon, evil spirit
A celebrated fairy, "the merry wanderer of the night;" called also Robin Goodfellow, Friar Rush, Pug, etc
A celebrated fairy, "the merry wanderer of the night;"
a black, vulcanized rubber disc, 1-inch thick and 3-inches in diameter, weighing between 5 1/2 and 6 ounces used to play hockey; they are frozen to prevent excessive bouncing and changed throughout the game; can travel up to 120 miles per hour on a slap shot
puck bunnies
plural form of puck bunny
puck bunny
A female ice hockey fan, often one whose interest in the sport is primarily motivated by attraction to the players rather than enjoyment of the game itself. Puck bunnies exhibit similar traits to those of groupies toward musicians

She wasn't a puck bunny. After twenty years in the NHL, he could identify a hockey groupie a mile away.

The ability to control the puck; stickhandling

Flyers dominated the game with superior skating, checking, passing and puck-handling.

puck control
An offensive strategy in ice hockey in which a team tries to keep possession of the puck as long as possible so as to limit the opposition's chances to score
hockey puck
A small black flat roundel of hardened rubber used as a playing piece in ice hockey to score points by moving the puck into the opponent's goal net
rag the puck
To proceed slowly at any activity in order to use up time; to stall for time

We're kind of running the clock here and there's a question as to whether the government's ragging the puck. There's absolutely no reason why we can't get an agreement. I'm optimistic we can, but it's getting a bit late.

rag the puck
To retain possession of the puck by skillful skating and stickhandling without attempting to score, as a deliberate tactic intended to use up time

So confident and serene were the Red Wings that despite have several opportunities to attempt empty-netters from their own end, they opted to coolly rag the puck in the neutral zone.

hockey puck
a vulcanized rubber disk 3 inches in diameter that is used instead of a ball in ice hockey
mischievously, over playfully
plural of puck



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈpək/ /ˈpʌk/


    [ 'p&k ] (noun.) before 12th century. 1886, from verb puck (“to hit or strike something”). Compare poke (1861), Irish poc (“stroke in hurling, bag”)

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    puck up


    ... should a puck and it goes all the way down forever, unless acted upon by an outside force. ...

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