rags

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} eski püskü giysiler
(isim) eski püskü giysiler
bez
paçavra
eski püskü giysi
rags to riches
Sonradan olma zengin
rags-to-riches
paçavra-to-servet
rags and tatters
lime lime
rag
{f} İng. eşek şakası yapmak. i., İng
rag
{i} çaput

Annem, babamın eski şortunu çaput olarak kullanıyor. - My mother uses my father's old short as a dust rag.

rag
kaba şaka
from rags to riches
fakirlikten zenginliğe
rag
temizlik bezi
rag
alay etmek
rag
{i} paçavra

Büyükannem bir elbiseyi paçavra olana kadar giyer. - My grandmother wears a dress to rags.

Tom silahını garajdaki bir demet yağlı paçavranın altına sakladı. - Tom hid the gun under a bunch of oily rags in his garage.

glad rags
ciciler
glad rags
en iyi kıyafet
rag
{f} alay et
rag
eşek şakası
rag
eşek şakası yapmak
rag
zerre
rag
adi gazete
rag
bez parçası
rag
kırıntı
rag
cındır
rag
muziplik
cotton rags
pamuklu bez
from rags to riches
(deyim) Fakirlikten zenginliğe. "She went from rags to riches when she gambled in Vegas."
go from rags to riches
hayata fakir olarak başlayıp daha sonradan zengin olmak
in rags
paçavra gibi
in rags and tatters
lime lime içinde
rag
alay et(mek)
rise from rags to riches
(deyim) Fakirken zengin olmak, köşeyi dönmek
be in rags
(birinin) giysileri yırtık pırtık olmak
cook to rags
fazla pişirmek
cook to rags
dağılana kadar pişirmek
glad rags
en şık giysi
glad rags
bayramlık elbise
glad rags
bayramlıklar, en iyi giysiler
hanging down in rags
salkım saçak
in rags
lime lime
in rags
üstü başı perişan
rag
{f} azarlamak
rag
eski püskü giysi
rag
{i} kâğıt para
rag
{f} kaba şaka yapmak
rag
şamata yap/takıl
rag
{f} gürültü, şamata. 2
rag
{i} gürültü
rag
{f} herkesi ayağa kaldırmak
rag
{f} (şaka yaparak) -e takılmak
rag
kesik tempolu müzik
rag
{i} çoğ. yırtık pırtık giysi
rag
{f} şamata yapmak
rag
{i} değersiz şey
rag
argo kızdırmak
rag
{i} paçavra, çaput, eski bez parçası
rag
{i} k.dili. adi gazete
rag
{i} gazete bozuntusu
rag
takılmak
rag
{f} dalga geçmek
rag
{i} kesik tempolu caz müziği
rag
{i} kırpık
rag
mendil
rag
{i} kırpıntı
rag
{f} paylamak
rag
{i} şamata
rag
eşek ş
rag
şamata çıkarmak
rag
yaygara etmek
rag
şaka/paçavra
rag
{f} dağıtmak
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Nimet. Lütf-u İlâhî. Bereket. Hayır
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çoğalmak ve uzamak
RAG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dağ eteği
RAG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Çimenlik, çayırlık, bahçelik, bağlık
rag
Dağ eteği, çayırlık, çimenlik
Englisch - Englisch
a class of syncopated dance tunes that emerged in folk and popular music in America around the turn of the nineteenth to twentieth century The musical style is sometimes called "ragtime "
third-person singular of rag
A genre of early jazz, originally played entirely on the piano Scott Joplin was the most famous composer of rags
(B) small cards; low spot cards
Acluh Acelliq Acelqii
{i} shreds of fabric, old scraps of cloth
plural of rag
rags and tatters
very old, torn clothes

she was sworn just as she was, all rags and tatters.

rags and tatters
something ruined

Fulham's defence was a thing of rags and tatters long before the end.

rags to riches
In a biographical context, from poverty to exceptional wealth
Rags to rags in three generations
(Atasözü) The first generation in a family makes money (goes from rags to riches); the second generation holds or keeps the money; and the third generation squanders or loses the money (and so goes back to rags)
rags-to-riches
a rags-to-riches story is about someone who becomes very rich after starting life very poor
glad rags
Formal attire, dress clothes

Brno has an excellent theater and classical music, and you’re expected to put your glad rags on.

glad rags
Stylish clothing

Put on your glad rags and git down with the in-crowd at Casablanca’s hip Boulevard de la Corniche (p101).

in rags
very poor or lowly

Some locals who used to be in rags live it up at posh hotels.

in rags
dressed in very old, torn clothes

Like Cinderella, the girl in rags being swept off her feet by a handsome Prince Charming.

jam rags
plural form of jam rag
oily rags
plural form of oily rag
rag
To haze, use physical violence in school setting
rag
A piece of ragtime music

The song Maple Leaf Rag has a pleasant, bouncy tune.

rag
A low card
rag
A sail, or any piece of canvas
rag
To scold or rail at; to rate; to tease; to torment; to banter
rag
A prank or practical joke
rag
A card that appears to help no one
rag
To drive a car or another vehicle in a hard, fast or unsympathetic manner
rag
A newspaper, magazine
from rags to riches
From poverty to wealth, from bum to millionaire. "She went from rags to riches when she gambled in Vegas."
from rags to riches
(deyim) Suddenly making a fortune; becoming rich overnight

The Smiths went from rags to riches when they unexpectedly won the lottery.

rise from rags to riches
(deyim) See: from rags to riches
Rag
rag
glad rags
holiday clothes, festive clothing
glad rags
You can refer to clothes that you wear to parties and other special occasions as your glad rags. Stylish clothes
in rags
wearing tattered and old clothing
rag
Radiocommunications Advisory Group An ITU body established to review priorities, programs, operations and strategies related to radiocommunication assemblies, study groups and preparation for radiocommunication conferences
rag
Abehnuq
rag
a small piece of cloth or paper
rag
break into lumps before sorting; "rag ore"
rag
The irregularity along the left or right edge of a column of text
rag
in some manner considered indecorous
rag
Rags are old torn clothes. There were men, women and small children, some dressed in rags
rag
A piece of cloth torn off; a tattered piece of cloth; a shred; a tatter; a fragment
rag
The term “rag” is often used interchangeably with “cotton fiber content” and harkens to a period of time when paper was actually made using cotton rags which were cleaned and then broken down into fibers which were then used to manufacture paper In a sense it could be stated that the fine paper business has been engaged in recycling materials for production since its very beginning Today paper is no longer made from rags and the term “rag” is falling in disfavor by the industry in lieu of the phrase “cotton fiber content”
rag
Slang for the House Curtain
rag
in syncopated time
rag
treat cruelly; "The children tormented the stuttering teacher"
rag
a week at British universities during which side-shows and processions of floats are organized to raise money for charities
rag
Formerly the principal raw material used in the making process; often meaning cotton rags Rag content describes the amount of cotton fiber relative to the total amount of material used in the pulp "Rag content" is not widely used (or is a misnomer) today as more and more high quality paper is made not from rag but from linters
rag
play in ragtime; "rag that old tune
rag
A ragged edge
rag
regimental artillery group
rag
{i} old cloth, scrap of fabric; piece of ragtime music
rag
disapproval People refer to a newspaper as a rag when they have a poor opinion of it. `This man Tom works for a local rag,' he said. see also ragged
rag
A rag is a piece of old cloth which you can use to clean or wipe things. He was wiping his hands on an oily rag
rag
play in ragtime; "rag that old tune"
rag
A coarse kind of rock, somewhat cellular in texture
rag
If you describe something as a red rag to a bull, you mean that it is certain to make a particular person or group very angry. This sort of information is like a red rag to a bull for the tobacco companies. A piece written in ragtime. ragged ragging to laugh at someone or play tricks on them = tease
rag
To break (ore) into lumps for sorting
rag
a boisterous practical joke (especially by college students) a small piece of cloth or paper a week at British universities during which side-shows and processions of floats are organized to raise money for charities break into lumps before sorting; "rag ore"
rag
A tune or the series of five or more notes upon which it is based
rag
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
rag
To play or compose a piece, melody, etc
rag
You use rags to riches to describe the way in which someone quickly becomes very rich after they have been quite poor. His was a rags-to-riches story and people admire that
rag
To dance to ragtime music, esp
rag
To cut or dress roughly, as a grindstone
rag
harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
rag
a boisterous practical joke (especially by college students)
rag
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
rag
A shabby, beggarly fellow; a ragamuffin
rag
Hence, mean or tattered attire; worn-out dress
rag
To become tattered
rag
newspaper with half-size pages
rag
Describes a margin that isn't flush Rag right means the right margin isn't flush Rag left means the left margin isn't flush The expression "flush left/rag right" is sometimes used to describe type that is *quadded left
rag
{f} tease, mock, poke fun at; play practical jokes, play pranks
rag
A card, usually a low card, that, when it appears, has no apparent impact on the hand A flop of 7 4 2 is a rag flop - few playable hands match the flop well If the table shows QJT9, all of spades, a 2h on the river is a rag I didn't think anyone could've hit the flop when it came all rags
rag
music with a syncopated melody (usually for the piano)
rags

    Türkische aussprache

    rägz

    Aussprache

    /ˈragz/ /ˈræɡz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'rag ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English ragge, from Old English ragg, from Old Norse rogg tuft, shagginess.

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