rugged

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} inişli çıkışlı
dayanıklı
sağlıklı
pürüzlü
engebeli

Engebeli kuzey yüzüne tırmandılar. - They climbed the rugged north face.

Bu yüzey engebelidir. - This surface is rugged.

yontulmamış
kaba
{s} sağlam
zinde
karmakarışık
sıhhatli
{s} yalçın
arızalı
kulak tırmalayıcı
{s} sarp
{s} çetin
{s} kulakları tırmalayan
terbiyesiz
{s} fırtınalı
{s} zorlu
pürüzlü/sert/kaba
{s} kayalık
{s} sert, haşin
{s} kuvvetli
bakımsız
{s} bet (ses)
{s} fırtınalı, sert
cefakâr
{s} düzensiz
rug
kilim

Yarına kadar karılarınızdan her birine bir kilim dokutun. - Have each of your wives weave a rug by tomorrow.

Tibetli kilim dokumacıları geleneksel tasarımlar ve düğümler kullanır. Dolayısıyla onların kilimleri basit, doğal bir görünüme sahiptir. - Tibetan rug weavers use traditional designs and knotting. Hence their rugs have a simple, natural look.

rug
halı

Halı yapmak için ihtiyacın olan gerekli şeyler var mı? - Do you have the stuff you need to make the rug?

Mary mutfak zeminini paspaslarken Tom halıyı temizliyordu. - Tom was vacuuming the rug while Mary was mopping the kitchen floor.

rugged good looks
iyi güçlü görünüşlü
rugged style
yalçın tarzı
rugged coast
(Coğrafya) tırtıllı kıyı
run oneself rugged
kendini helak etmek
rug
{i} küçük halı
rug
{i} seccade

Anneannemin yeşil bir seccadesi vardı. - My grandmother had a green prayer rug.

Genelde camilerde seccade bulunur. - At the mosques, prayer rugs are generally found.

rug
{i} namazla
rug
örtü
rug
battaniye
ruggedness
engebelilik
rug
Peruk

Is that a rug on his head?.

rug
seccan
rug
Oriental rug şark halısı
rug
(Tekstil) kilim, keçe, küçük halı
rug
Persian rug Acem halısı
rug
kalın örtü
rug
{i} yaygı (kilim, cicim v.b.)
rug
{i} battaniye [brit.]
rug
battaniye/kilim
ruggedly
sertçe/kabaca
Englisch - Englisch
Broken into sharp or irregular points; full of asperities on the surface, or otherwise uneven; not smooth; rough; as, a rugged mountain; a rugged road
Stormy; turbulent; tempestuous; rude
Harsh; grating; rough to the ear -- said of sound, style, and the like
Rough with bristles or hair; shaggy
Violent; rude; boisterous; -- said of conduct, manners, etc
Sour; surly; frowning; wrinkled; -- said of looks, etc
Harsh; austere; hard; crabbed; -- said of temper, character, and the like, or of persons
Vigorous; robust; hardy; -- said of health, physique, etc
Not neat or regular; irregular, uneven
{a} rough, uneven, sour, harsh, stormy
Borken into sharp or irregular points; full of asperities on the surface, or otherwise uneven; not smooth; rough; as, a rugged mountain; a rugged road
approval If you describe a man as rugged, you mean that he has strong, masculine features. A look of pure disbelief crossed Shankly's rugged face. + ruggedly rug·ged·ly He was six feet tall and ruggedly handsome
A rugged area of land is uneven and covered with rocks, with few trees or plants. rugged mountainous terrain. + ruggedly rug·ged·ly a ruggedly beautiful wilderness. + ruggedness rug·ged·ness The island's ruggedness symbolises our history and the character of the people
very difficult; severely testing stamina or resolution; "a rugged competitive examination"; "the rugged conditions of frontier life"; "the competition was tough"; "it's a tough life"; "it was a tough job
Vigorous; robust; hardy; said of health, physique, etc
A rugged piece of equipment is strong and is designed to last a long time, even if it is treated roughly. The camera combines rugged reliability with unequalled optical performance and speed. + ruggedness rug·ged·ness The body is 90% titanium for ruggedness
rocky and steep
sturdy and strong in constitution or construction; enduring; "a rugged trapper who spent months in the winderness"; "those that survive are stalwart rugged men"; "with a house full of boys you have to have rugged furniture"
Full of asperities on the surface; broken into sharp or irregular points, or otherwise uneven; not smooth; rough; as, a rugged mountain; a rugged road
Harsh; hard; crabbed; austere; said of temper, character, and the like, or of persons
approval If you describe someone's character as rugged, you mean that they are strong and determined, and have the ability to cope with difficult situations. Rugged individualism forged America's frontier society
Not neat or regular; uneven
Violent; rude; boisterrous; said of conduct, manners, etc
{s} rough, coarse, bumpy; harsh, severe; rocky, stony; wrinkled, creased, furrowed
topographically very uneven; "broken terrain"; "rugged ground"
Rough to the ear; harsh; grating; said of sound, style, and the like
Sour; surly; frowning; wrinkled; said of looks, etc
rugged clothing
sloppy clothes, clothes that are not neat in appearance
rugged individualism
individualism in social and economic affairs; belief not only in personal liberty and self-reliance but also in free competition
rugged style
sloppy appearance
rug
A small covering for a floor

Note that rug and carpet are not synonymous; rug covers part of the floor, a carpet covers most or a large area of the floor; a fitted carpet runs wall-to-wall.

rug
A (usually thick) piece of fabric used for warmth (especially on a bed); a blanket
rug
{n} a rough woollen coverlet for beds
ruggedly
{a} roughly, unevenly, sourly, harshly
ruggedness
{n} roughness, asperity, sourness
rug
floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
rug
RAMS User Group
rug
A wig; hairpiece
rug
Resource Utilization Group RUG is a validated instrument to measure nursing home residents' resource use There are two primary versions: RUG II and RUG III
rug
{i} carpet, piece of thick fabric used as a floor covering; thick warm fabric used as robe or blanket
rug
A rough, woolly, or shaggy dog
rug
To pull roughly or hastily; to plunder; to spoil; to tear
rug
A small moveable carpet
rug
A rug is a piece of thick material that you put on a floor. It is like a carpet but covers a smaller area. A Persian rug covered the hardwood floors
rug
A kind of coarse, heavy frieze, formerly used for garments
rug
Carpet made or cut and bound into room dimensions and loose laid
rug
A piece of thick, nappy fabric, commonly made of wool, used for various purposes, as for covering and ornamenting part of a bare floor, for hanging in a doorway as a potière, for protecting a portion of carpet, for a wrap to protect the legs from cold, etc
rug
A rug is a small blanket which you use to cover your shoulders or your knees to keep them warm. The old lady was seated in her chair at the window, a rug over her knees
rug
* A piece of thick, heavy fabric, usually with a pile and commonly made of wool Used for floor covering * Originally, a rough, heavy woolen fabric characterized by a coarse, napped finish
rug
If someone pulls the rug from under a person or thing or pulls the rug from under someone's feet, they stop giving their help or support. If the banks opt to pull the rug from under the ill-fated project, it will go into liquidation. to sweep something under the rug: see sweep
rug
- Carpet made or cut and bound into room dimensions and loose laid
ruggedly
In a rugged manner
ruggedly
in a rugged manner; roughly, coarsely; harshly, severely
ruggedness
The state of being, or degree to which something is rugged
ruggedness
the property of being big and strong
ruggedness
{i} roughness, coarseness; harshness, severity; rockiness, stoniness; state of being wrinkled or furrowed
rugged
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