roguish

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Englisch - Türkisch
çapkın
dolandırıcı
s.yaramaz
{s} serseri
{s} kurnaz
muzip
{s} yaramaz
{s} derbeder
{s} düzenbaz
rogue
{i} ipsiz sapsız tip
rogue
yaramaz
rogue
külhani
rogue
dolandırıcılık

Dürüstlük koltuk değneği üzerinde bir dilenci; dolandırıcılık taçlı bir prensestir. - Honesty is a beggar on crutches; roguery is a princess with a crown.

rogue
çapkınlık
rogue
hırsız
rogue
dilenci

Dürüstlük koltuk değneği üzerinde bir dilenci; dolandırıcılık taçlı bir prensestir. - Honesty is a beggar on crutches; roguery is a princess with a crown.

rogue
hile
rogue
dilencilik
rogue
yaramazlık
rogue
namussuz
rogue
üçkâğıtçı
rogue
haydut

Yugoslavya 20. yüzyılın sonlarında, ABD tarafından haydut devlet olarak kabul edildi. - In the late 20th century, Yugoslavia was considered a rogue state by the United States.

Bu haydut isyancılar dünyada dolaşmayı hak etmiyorlar. - Those rogue rebels do not deserve to roam the Earth.

rogue
hilekâr
rogue
{i} düzenbaz
rogue
kerata
rogue
dolandırıcı

Dürüstlük koltuk değneği üzerinde bir dilenci; dolandırıcılık taçlı bir prensestir. - Honesty is a beggar on crutches; roguery is a princess with a crown.

Tom genellikle bir dolandırıcı olarak oynar.Bu onun sihirbaz olarak oynadığı ilk zamandır. - Tom typically plays as a rogue. This is his first time playing as a wizard.

rogue
muzip
rogue
{i} bizon vb
rogue
çapkın
rogue
köftehor
rogue
{i} yaramaz kimse
rogue
(isim) düzenbaz, dolandırıcı, yaramaz, serseri, ipsiz sapsız tip, çapkın, köftehor, muzip, kerata, sürüden ayrılmış tehlikeli hayvan (fil, bizon vb)
rogue
sürüden ayrılmış tehlikeli hayvan
rogue
ipsiz sapsızçapkın
rogue
{i} serseri

Kuiper Kuşağı'na ait serseri bir göktaşı Dünya'yla çarpışma rotasında. - A rogue asteroid from the Kuiper Belt is on a collision course with the Earth.

rogue
{i} sürüden ayrılmış tehlikeli hayvan fil
rogue
{i} azgın fil
roguishly
serseri bir halde
roguishly
derbeder bir biçimde
Englisch - Englisch
mischievous and playful
unprincipled or unscrupulous
{a} knavish, vagrant, wanton
lacking principles or scruples; "the rascally rabble"; "the tyranny of a scoundrelly aristocracy" - W M Thackaray; "the captain was set adrift by his roguish crew"
Resembling, or characteristic of, a rogue; knavish
{s} scoundrelly, rascally, knavish; naughty, mischievous
Vagrant
If someone has a roguish expression or manner, they look as though they are about to behave badly. She was a mature lady with dyed ginger hair and a roguish grin. someone with a roguish expression or smile looks amused, especially because they have done something slightly dishonest or wrong
playful in an appealingly bold way; "a roguish grin"
Pleasantly mischievous; waggish; arch
roguy
rogue
Deceitful software pretending to be anti-spyware, but in fact being malicious software itself
rogue
A vagrant
rogue
A plant that shows some undesirable variation

Maintaining varieties also requires selection, however. It's usually referred to as culling or roguing. ...we examine the population and eliminate the occasional rogue.

rogue
Deceitful, unprincipled

In the minds of Republican hard-liners, the Silent Majority of Americans who had elected the President, and even Nixon's two Democrat predecessors, China was a gigantic nuke-wielding rogue state prepared to overrun the free world at any moment.

rogue
A mischievous scamp
rogue
cull, term used by gardeners, especially when saving seed, rogue or unwanted plants are removed before pollination

Maintaining varieties also requires selection, however. It's usually referred to as culling or roguing. ...we examine the population and eliminate the occasional rogue.

rogue
{n} a knave, rascal, wag
rogue
{v} to wander
rogue
An elephant that has separated from a herd and roams about alone, in which state it is very savage
rogue
to swindle, cheat
rogue
To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks
rogue
Vicious and solitary
rogue
a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
rogue
To weed out or cull diseased or defective individuals from a crop field or from a stand of timber
rogue
A worthless plant occuring among seedlings of some choice variety
rogue
n an unprincipled person : scoundrel : one who is playfully mischievous - roguish adj
rogue
A vagrant; an idle, sturdy beggar; a vagabond; a tramp
rogue
To destroy (plants that do not come up to a required standard)
rogue
A deliberately dishonest person; a knave; a cheat
rogue
{i} rascal, scoundrel, dishonest person, villain
rogue
1949 sports car made by Robert Monroe and Alexis Davydoff on modified 1937 Dodge chassis, using modified Cadillac motor and Hydra-Matic transmission, 0-60mph in 6 5 seconds, hydraulic brakes were off 1936 Auburn, steering was Chrysler, wheels Cadillac, grille was 1950 Plymouth, front and rear fenders were off 1946 Olds "98", bumpers were off 1947-48 Frazer, windshield was off 1937 Cord; car was 200HP convertible on 119" wheel base, with 190" overall length on 6 00 x 16 tires
rogue
Operating outside of normal controls
rogue
feelings If a man behaves in a way that you do not approve of but you still like him, you can refer to him as a rogue. Falstaff, the loveable rogue
rogue
An entity set apart from the normal order, which acts in an independent manner. This can apply to individuals, states, or other entities
rogue
A rogue is a man who behaves in a dishonest or criminal way. Mr Ward wasn't a rogue at all
rogue
A rogue element is someone or something that behaves differently from others of its kind, often causing damage. Computer systems throughout the country are being affected by a series of mysterious rogue programs, known as viruses
rogue
Large, destructive and unpredictable
rogue
To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry
rogue
One who is pleasantly mischievous or frolicsome; hence, often used as a term of endearment
rogue
An aggressive animal separate from the herd, especially an elephant
rogue
A scoundrel, rascal or unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person
roguishly
In a roguish manner
roguishly
like a dishonest rogue; "he roguishly intended to keep the money
roguishly
like a dishonest rogue; "he roguishly intended to keep the money"
roguishly
in a playfully roguish manner; "he winked at her roguishly"
roguishly
like a scoundrel, like a rascal, knavishly; in a mischievous manner, naughtily
roguish
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