listen to the pronunciation of quail
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} umudunu yitirmek
korkudan sinmek
{f} ürk
{f} ümitsizliğe kapılmak
{f} yılmak; sinmek, ürkmek
{f} korkuya kapılmak
{f} korkmak
{f} cesaretini kaybetmek
(Askeri) QUAIL (SAHTE FÜZESİ): B-52 uçaklarında taşınıp, havadan fırlatılan ve düşman radarlarının, önleme uçaklarının, hava savunma füzelerinin vs. nin etkilerini azaltmak için kullanılan sahte füze ADM-20 olarak anılır
(isim) bıldırcın
quail ranch
(Tarım) bıldırcın çiftliği
(Gıda) bıldırcın
mountain quail
dağ bıldırcını
japanese quail
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Japon bıldırcını
mountain quail
dağ bıldırcın
Englisch - Englisch
Any of various small game birds of the genera Coturnix, Anurophasis or Perdicula in the Old World family Phasianidae or of the New World family Odontophoridae
To shrink or waver; to become fearful or doubtful

His heart quailed before the enormous pyramidal shape.

{n} a bird
{v} to languish, crush, quell
A prostitute; so called because the quail was thought to be a very amorous bird
Coromandelica) of India, the stubble quail (C
draw back, as with fear or pain; "she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
small gallinaceous game birds
A quail is a type of small bird which is often shot and eaten
to faint, be languid, be afraid
To become quelled; to become cast down; to sink under trial or apprehension of danger; to lose the spirit and power of resistance; to lose heart; to give way; to shrink; to cower
{i} any species of small game bird from the genus Coturnix
communis), the rain quail (C
Any of various small game birds of the family Phasianidae or of the family Odontophoridae
to faint, be languid, be afraid to cause to quail
If someone or something makes you quail, they make you feel very afraid, often so that you hesitate. The very words make many of us quail He told Naomi she was becoming just like Maya. Naomi quailed at the thought. To shrink back in fear; cower. a small fat bird with a short tail that is hunted for food or sport, or the meat from this bird (quaille, from quaccula). to be afraid and show it by shaking a little bit or moving back slightly = shrink quail at. Any of several species of short-tailed game birds (family Phasianidae), some with a head plume that is straight or curled forward. Species range from 5 to 13 in. (13-33 cm) long. Some of the 95 Old World species have leg spurs, but the 36 New World species never do. Quails prefer open country and brushy borders. The male may help incubate the 12 eggs. Quails mainly eat seeds and berries but also leaves, roots, and insects. The common quail (Coturnix coturnix) of Eurasia and Africa is the only migratory bird in the order Galliformes. Quails are generally smaller than partridges. See also bobwhite
small gallinaceous game birds flesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised
To cause to fail in spirit or power; to quell; to crush; to subdue
To curdle; to coagulate, as milk
flesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised
A quail is a small, short-tailed chickenlike bird found in the wild
Any gallinaceous bird belonging to Coturnix and several allied genera of the Old World, especially the common European quail C
Any one of numerous species of Turnix and allied genera, native of the Old World, as the Australian painted quail (Turnix varius)
pectoralis), and the Australian swamp quail (Synoicus australis)
To die; to perish; hence, to wither; to fade
Any one of several American partridges belonging to Colinus, Callipepla, and allied genera, especially the bobwhite (called Virginia quail, and Maryland quail), and the California quail (Calipepla Californica)
{f} flinch from fear, recoil, cringe; falter
quail hawk
the New Zealand sparrow hawk, Hieracidea Novae-Hollandiae
quail pipe
A device used to imitate the sound of quails
quail pipes
plural form of quail pipe
Any of several species of bird in the genera Geotrygon and Starnoenas of the pigeon family found in the Americas
Alternative spelling of quail pipe
Of or relating to a quail pipe
A woman's tongue
quail bush
spiny shrub with silvery-scurfy foliage of alkaline plains of southwestern United States and Mexico
Gambel's quail
A quail variety that lives in the American southwest. Usually in mountainous areas, though even in the desert where there's water available. After breeding and rearing is done, will band together in fairly large coveys. Usually not friendly with other quail during breeding season
japanese quail
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Japanese Quail, Coturnix japonica is a species of quail found in East Asia. They are a migratory species, breeding in Manchuria, southeastern Siberia, and northern Japan, and wintering in southern Japan, the Korean Peninsula, and southern China. They dwell in grasslands and cultivated fields. The plumage of the Japanese Quail is a speckled yellow-brown, with a creamy white strip above the eye. Adults are approximately 20 centimeters in length. The species is abundant across most of its range
California quail
A plump chunky bird (Lophortyx californicus) of western North America, having gray and brown plumage and a curving black plume on the crown of the head
button quail
small quail-like terrestrial bird of southern Eurasia and northern Africa that lacks a hind toe; classified with wading birds but inhabits grassy plains
california quail
plump chunky bird of coastal California and Oregon
migratory quail
the typical Old World quail
mountain quail
California partridge; slightly larger than the California quail
old world quail
small game bird with a rounded body and small tail
past of quail
present participle of quail
third-person singular of quail
plural of , quail
sea quail
The turnstone
striped button quail
a variety of button quail having stripes

    Türkische aussprache



    face, meet


    /ˈkwāl/ /ˈkweɪl/


    () From Middle English quaille, quayle, from Old French quaille (Modern French caille), from Low Frankish *kwakkala (compare Dutch (Flemish) kwakkel), blend of Proto-Germanic *kwakōnan (“to croak”) (more at quack) and Proto-Germanic *hwahtalō (“quail”) (compare Dutch (Limburg) kwattel, German Wachtel, Danish vagtel), from Proto-Indo-European *kwak- (“to croak”) (compare Hittite akuwakuwash (“frog”), Old Church Slavonic квакати (kvakati), Ancient Greek κοάξ (koáx, comic word formed to immitate a frog's croaking)).