ruffle

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tekstil) farbela
(Teknik,Tekstil) büzgü yapmak
buruşma
hışırdama
kabartmak (tüy, saç)
(kumaş) büzgü yapmak
sinirlendirmek
karıştırmak
kırma yapmak
büzgü
huzurunu bozmak
{i} dantel
kırıştırmak
(kuş) tüylerini kabartmak
bozmak
buruşturmak
{f} buruştur
telaşlandırmak
farbala
kırmalı yaka ya da dantel
{f} meraklandırmak
rahatsız etmek
patırtı
{i} boyun tüyleri (kuş)
{f} buruşmak
{f} dağıtmak
{f} kabartmak (tüy'saç)
{f} süsü takınmak
{f} rahatını bozmak
{f} (suyu) dalgalandırmak
{i} allak bullak olma
{i} kırmalı yaka
tüylerini kabartm
gürültü
{i} kırışıklık
{f} (rüzgâr) (ağacın yapraklarını) oynatmak
{f} (kuş) (tüylerini) kabartmak
{f} hızlı hızlı çevirmek (sayfa)
{f} hırpalamak
{i} telaş
{f} kırışmak
{i} dalgalanma
{i} heyecan
{f} dalgalandırmak
{i} fırfır
{f} dalgalanmak
kır
rufflerdikiş makinalarında kırma yapan ek alet
{f} kızmak
ruffle up
kadar fırfır
ruffle one's feathers
tüyleri kabarmak
ruffle s.o.'s feathers
{k} birini kızdırmak
ruffle smb.'s feelings
duygularını incitmek
ruffle smb.'s feelings
kırmak
ruffle smb.'s temper
kızdırmak
ruffle smb.'s temper
canını sıkmak
ruffle smb.'s temper
gıcık etmek
ruffle smb.'s temper
sinirlendirmek
ruffled
{f} karıştır
dust ruffle
toz fırfır
ruffles
katlar
ruffled
karıştır
ruffles
(Askeri) hafif tremolo
ruffles
(Askeri) HAFİF TREMOLO: Bir trampetin hafif ve devamlı olarak çalınması. Burada ses, tremolo (roll) daki kadar yüksek değildir
to ruffle
büzgü yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
To make a ruffle in; to curl or flute, as an edge of fabric

Ruffle the end of the cuff.

Any gathered or curled strip of fabric added as trim or decoration

She loved the dress with the lace ruffle at the hem.

To disturb ; especially, to cause to flutter

The wind ruffled the papers.

{n} an ornament for the hands, a tumult
{v} to disorder, flutter, fret, vex, plait
When the wind ruffles something such as the surface of the sea, it causes it to move gently in a wave-like motion. The evening breeze ruffled the pond
pleat or gather into a ruffle; "ruffle the curtain fabric" disturb the smoothness of; "ruffle the surface of the water" erect or fluff up; "the bird ruffled its feathers" trouble or vex; "ruffle somebody's composure" discompose; "This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues
A state of being ruffled or disturbed; disturbance; agitation; commotion; as, to put the mind in a ruffle
a noisy fight
stir up (water) so as to form ripples
To throw into disorder or confusion
To erect in a ruff, as feathers
To become disordered; to play loosely; to flutter
discompose; "This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues
a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim
to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others; "He struts around like a rooster in a hen house"
To discompose; to agitate; to disturb
mix so as to make a random order or arrangement; "shuffle the cards"
The connected series of large egg capsules, or oöthecæ, of any one of several species of American marine gastropods of the genus Fulgur
{i} pleated strip of ribbon or other material used as a decorative trim; fold, pleat; unevenness or disturbance of a surface
pleat or gather into a ruffle; "ruffle the curtain fabric"
erect or fluff up; "the bird ruffled its feathers"
That which is ruffled; specifically, a strip of lace, cambric, or other fine cloth, plaited or gathered on one edge or in the middle, and used as a trimming; a frill
disturb the smoothness of; "ruffle the surface of the water"
A low, vibrating beat of a drum, not so loud as a roll; called also ruff
To ruffle someone's feathers means to cause them to become very angry, nervous, or upset. His direct, often abrasive approach will doubtless ruffle a few feathers. a band of thin cloth sewn in folds as a decoration around the edge of something such as a collar
To beat with the ruff or ruffle, as a drum
trouble or vex; "ruffle somebody's composure"
To throw together in a disorderly manner
{f} gather into pleats, crease; muss, dishevel; agitate, disturb; annoy, irritate
a high tight collar
Ruffles are folds of cloth at the neck or the ends of the arms of a piece of clothing, or are sometimes sewn on things as a decoration. a white blouse with ruffles at the neck and cuffs
To oughen or disturb the surface of; to make uneven by agitation or commotion
To make into a ruff; to draw or contract into puckers, plaits, or folds; to wrinkle
To furnish with ruffles; as, to ruffle a shirt
twitch or flutter; "the paper flicked"
If something ruffles someone, it causes them to panic and lose their confidence or to become angry or upset. I could tell that my refusal to allow him to ruffle me infuriated him
discompose; "This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues"
If you ruffle someone's hair, you move your hand backwards and forwards through it as a way of showing your affection towards them. `Don't let that get you down,' he said ruffling Ben's dark curls
To be rough; to jar; to be in contention; hence, to put on airs; to swagger
To grow rough, boisterous, or turbulent
If a bird ruffles its feathers or if its feathers ruffle, they stand out on its body, for example when it is cleaning itself or when it is frightened. Tame birds, when approached, will stretch out their necks and ruffle their neck feathering Its body plumage suddenly began to ruffle and swell
ruffle some feathers
To disturb; to arouse resentment, anger, or concern

Any frank discussion of politics is sure to ruffle some feathers.

ruffle up
To destroy or ruin the arrangement or order of; disarrange
ruffle up
To disturb the smoothness of
ruffle hair
dishevel hair, mess up hair
ruffling
{n} a particular beat of a drum
dust ruffle
A gathered or pleated strip of cloth reaching from the bottom of a mattress or box spring to the floor
ruffled
shaken into waves or undulations as by wind; "the rippled surface of the pond"; "with ruffled flags flying"
ruffled
past of ruffle
ruffled
Something that is ruffled is no longer smooth or neat. Her short hair was oddly ruffled and then flattened around her head. see also ruffle
ruffled
having decorative ruffles or frills
ruffled
Having ruffles
ruffled
{s} trimmed with decorative pleats; pleated, folded
ruffles
plural of ruffle
ruffles
third-person singular of
ruffling
present participle of ruffle
ruffly
having many ruffles
ruffly
In the manner of a ruff
ruffly
{s} having ruffles, characterized by ruffles
ruffle
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