riddler

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Englisch - Türkisch
Bilmececi; anlaşılması güç ve çözümlenmesi gereken şekilde konuşan ve/veya davranan kişi
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bilmece

Tavuk neden yolun karşısına geçti? çok meşhur ve bolca cevabı olan bir İngiliz bilmecesidir. - Why did the chicken cross the road? is a very well-known English riddle, to which there are a multiplicity of answers.

Sadece atak bir zihin bu bilmeceyi çözebilecek. - Only an audacious mind will be able to solve this riddle.

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delmek
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{f} bulmaca çözmek
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elek/bilmece
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{i} bulmaca

Onun planları bir bulmaca. - His plans are a riddle.

Hiç kimse bulmacayı çözemedi. - No one was ever able to solve the riddle.

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kalburlamak
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esrar
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merak konusu
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giz

Rusya, bir muammanın içindeki gizemle sarılmış bir bilmece. - Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.

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(with ile) delik deşik etmek
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{f} delik deşik et
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kalburdan geçirmek
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{f} elemek
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delik deşik et(mek)
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kalburla elemek
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eleştirmek
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doğruluğunu sınamak
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sır
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üstü kapalı konuşmak
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kalbura çevirmek
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bilmecenin cevabını söylemek
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sırrını çözmek
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bilmece gibi konuşmak
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delik deşik etmek
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{i} muamma

Rusya, bir muammanın içindeki gizemle sarılmış bir bilmece. - Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.

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kalbur
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riddle çöz/ele
Englisch - Englisch
One who speaks in, or propounds, riddles
a puzzler
{i} person who speaks ambiguously (as in a riddle)
One who riddles grain, sand, etc
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to fill with holes

The shots from his gun began to riddle the target.

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A verbal puzzle, mystery, or other problem of an intellectual nature, such as "It's black, and white, and red all over. What is it?"
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to put something through a sieve

You have to riddle the gravel before you lay it on the road.

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to solve, answer, or explicate a riddle or question

Riddle me this...., meaning Answer the following question.

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to fill or spread throughout; to pervade

Your argument is riddled with errors.

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{v} to solve, sift, run through a sieve
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You can describe something as a riddle if people have been trying to understand or explain it but have not been able to. Scientists claimed yesterday to have solved the riddle of the birth of the Universe. = mystery
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a coarse sieve (as for gravel) a difficult problem set a difficult problem or riddle; "riddle me a riddle" explain a riddle speak in riddles pierce many times; "The bullets riddled his body" separate with a riddle, as grain from chaff
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a coarse sieve (as for gravel) a difficult problem set a difficult problem or riddle; "riddle me a riddle"
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1 Riddiksbuck; worth about 15 eyes; common currency of small-scale business transactions
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speak in riddles
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(from Old English roedel, from roedan meaning "to give council" or "to read"): A universal form of literature in which a puzzling question or a conundrum is presented to the reader The reader is often challenged to solve this enigma, which requires ingenuity in discovering the hidden meaning A riddle may involve puns, symbolism, or unusual imagery
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a difficult problem
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{i} puzzle, question or statement presenting a problem to be solved; enigma, mystery; sieve, screen used for sifting
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A board having a row of pins, set zigzag, between which wire is drawn to straighten it
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explain a riddle speak in riddles pierce many times; "The bullets riddled his body"
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{f} solve, interpret; swell up, inflate; perforate, pierce; detonate, explode
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explain a riddle
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Something proposed to be solved by guessing or conjecture; a puzzling question; an ambiguous proposition; an enigma; hence, anything ambiguous or puzzling
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If someone riddles something with bullets or bullet holes, they fire a lot of bullets into it. Unknown attackers riddled two homes with gunfire. Deliberately enigmatic or ambiguous question requiring a thoughtful and often witty answer. The riddle is a form of guessing game that has been a part of the folklore of most cultures from ancient times. Western scholars generally recognize two main kinds of riddle: the descriptive riddle, usually describing an animal, person, plant, or object in an intentionally enigmatic manner (thus an egg is "a little white house without door or window"); and the shrewd or witty question. A classical Greek example of the latter type is "What is the strongest of all things?" "Love: iron is strong, but the blacksmith is stronger, and love can subdue the blacksmith
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A coarse sieve used for separating chaff from corn, sand from gravel, ashes from cinders
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To speak ambiguously or enigmatically
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set a difficult problem or riddle; "riddle me a riddle"
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a sieve; a puzzle
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pierce many times; "The bullets riddled his body"
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separate with a riddle, as grain from chaff
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To explain; to solve; to unriddle
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a sieve
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A sieve with coarse meshes, usually of wire, for separating coarser materials from finer, as chaff from grain, cinders from ashes, or gravel from sand
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To separate, as grain from the chaff, with a riddle; to pass through a riddle; as, riddle wheat; to riddle coal or gravel
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a coarse sieve (as for gravel)
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A riddle is a puzzle or joke in which you ask a question that seems to be nonsense but which has a clever or amusing answer
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To perforate so as to make like a riddle; to make many holes in; as, a house riddled with shot
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a verbal puzzle, mystery, or other problem of an intellectual nature
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