runner

listen to the pronunciation of runner
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} atlet

Yeraltı şehrinden kaçan atlet sen misin? - Are you the runner who escaped the underground city?

O elinden geleni yaptı ama kısa sürede böyle bir hızlı atlet ile rekabet edemeyeceğini gördü. - He did his best but soon saw that he could not compete with such a fast runner.

türbin çarkı
(Ticaret) müteahhit
ayak işlerini yapan kimse
kirişleme
ayakçı
çalıştırıcı
(Ticaret) akan
(Ticaret) akar
çalıfasulyesi
(Ticaret) üstenci
(Askeri) yaya haberci
kızak demiri
koşucu

Tony hızlı bir koşucu. - Tony is a fast runner.

Onun yanında, ben bizim sınıfta en hızlı koşucuyum. - Next to him, I'm the fastest runner in our class.

{i} çark
{i} kaçakçı
{i} (Botanik) sürüngen sap
{i} ray
{i} ulak
(Askeri) YAYA HABERCİ: Yaya olarak haber getirip götüren haberci
kızak ayağı
{i} haberci
uzunca ve ensiz masa örtüsü
kaçkın
{i} yarış atı
{i} yarışçı
{i} saban demiri
{i} çığırtkan
yerde kökler salarak uzanan bitki veya bu bitkinin sapı
{i} dağıtıcı
ray/filiz/ulak/koşucu
{i} yol halısı
{i} palanga ipi
{i} İng., k.dili. çalıfasulyesi
(Ticaret) acenta
(Ticaret) temsilci
(Ticaret) sürekli
(Ticaret) cari
sürüngen sap bot
sürüngen sap
runner bean
çalıfasulyesi
runner bean
(Gıda) çalı fasulyesi
runner up
yarışta ikinci gelen
runner-up
ikinci gelen kimse
runner bean
İng. çalıfasulyesi
runner bracket
kapı askısı
runner up
yarış ikincisi
runner up
ikinci
rum runner
içki kaçakçısı
be done a runner
kaçmak
runner up
ikinci gelen
runner up
ikinci (yarışta)
turbine runner
(Otomotiv) türbin
long distance runner
uzun mesafe koşucusu
seed runner
tohuma kalkmış pancar
base runner
baz runner
carpet runner
Yolluk
do a runner
Kaytarmak, sıvışmak
drug runner
Uyuşturucu kaçakçısı
first runner-up
İlk runner-up
front runner
on koşucu
front-runner
rekortmen
padded runner
tabanı desteklenmiş spor ayakkabısı
red light runner
Trafikte kırmızı ışığı ihlâl edip kaçan

Do you think the San Francisco Department of Traffic should take pictures of red light runners?.

runners
koşucu

Birçok koşucu sıcakta bayıldı. - Many runners passed out in the heat.

Koşucular suyu kafalarına döktü. - The runners poured water over their heads.

stretch runner
streç runner
the kite runner
(Edebiyat) Uçurtma Avcısı. Afganistan doğumlu Amerikalı yazar Halit Hüseyni'nin (Khaled Hosseini) ilk romanı. 2003 yılında yayınlanan kitap bir Afgan tarafından İngilizce yazılmış ilk romandır. New York Times'ın en çok satanlar listesinde bir numaraya kadar yükseldi
blockade runner
ablukayı yaran kimse
curtain runner
perde kılavuz rayı
dan runner
(Askeri) Bir gemiden açı ölçerek mevki koymak maksadıyla o gemiden muayyen bir mesafede ve istikamette aynı süratle seyreden gemi
distance runner
uzun mesafe koşucusu
front runner
şansı en yüksek aday
front runner
rekortmen
front runner
favori
metal runner
metal kirişleme
scarlet runner
{i} İspanyol fasulyesi
scarlet runner
{i} çalı fasulyesi
thrust runner
(Askeri) itme kolonu
Englisch - Englisch
A type of soft-soled shoe originally intended for runners, compare trainer; a sneaker
A quick escape away from a scene

He did a runner after robbing the drugstore.

A long stolon sent out by a plant (such as strawberry), in order to root new plantlets
A strip of fabric used to decorate a table

The red runner makes the table so festive.

A mechanical part intended for wheels to run on or to slide against another surface
A part of an apparatus that moves quickly

After the cycle completes, the runner travels back quickly to be in place for the next cycle.

Agent noun of run; somebody who runs
A long, narrow carpet for a high traffic area such as a hall or stairs

How about we put down a clear runner in the front hall.

A person (from one or the other team) who runs out onto the field during the game to take verbal instructions from the coach to the players. A runner mustn't interfere with play, and may have to wear an identifying shirt to make clear his or her purpose on the field

The runner was out at second.

A part of a cigarette that is burning unevenly
A player who runs the bases
a player who runs for a batsman who is too injured to run; he is dressed exactly as the injured batsman, and carries a bat
{n} one who runs, a shoot, rope, stone, bird
someone who travels on foot by running
A take out shot that travels very fast
fish of western Atlantic: Cape Cod to Brazil device consisting of the parts on which something can slide along a long narrow carpet a person who is employed to deliver messages or documents; "he sent a runner over with the contract"
someone who travels on foot by running a trained athlete who competes in foot races
A detective
A runner is a person who runs, especially for sport or pleasure. a marathon runner I am a very keen runner and am out training most days
The bird which remains on the ground but moves in a hurried fashion away from the dog
somebody who runs
A drug runner or gun runner is someone who illegally takes drugs or guns into a country
device consisting of the parts on which something can slide along
A horizontal channel in a mold, through which the metal flows to the cavity formed by the pattern; also, the waste metal left in such a channel
The movable piece to which the ribs of an umbrella are attached
A trough or channel for leading molten metal from a furnace to a ladle, mold, or pig bed
A channel through which molten metal or slag is passed from one receptacle to another; in a mold, the portion of the gate assembly that connects the downgate or sprue with the casting ingate or riser The term also applies to similar portions of master patterns, pattern dies, patterns, investment molds and finished castings
The rotating element of the turbine that converts hydraulic energy into mechanical energy For reversible pump-turbines, the element is called an impeller and converts mechanical energy into hydraulic energy for the pump mode
A slender trailing branch which takes root at the joints or end and there forms new plants, as in the strawberry and the common cinquefoil
Any cursorial bird
One employed to solicit patronage, as for a steamboat, hotel, shop, etc
The name alludes to its rapid successive leaps from the water
a type of soft-soled shoe originally intended for runners, cf trainer; a sneaker
A messenger
n a sewn or tied loop of webbing or rope used to connect protection elements
A checker on the bar or in the opponent's home board
a protective carpet cover for a high traffic area
A short length of rope or webbing sewn or tied into a loop Also known as a sling
a forward playing position
(n ) a sewn or tied loop of webbing or rope used to connect protection elements
someone who imports or exports without paying duties
Portion of a gating system which carries molten metal from the sprue to the gates, i e , the metal distribution system
fish of western Atlantic: Cape Cod to Brazil
Someone who is a runner for a particular person or company is employed to take messages, collect money, or do other small tasks for them. a bookie's runner
A stem that grows on the surface of the soil that often develops new plants at the nodes or the tip
The rotating stone of a set of millstones
a person who is employed to deliver messages or documents; "he sent a runner over with the contract"
A tool on which lenses are fastened in a group, for polishing or grinding
Typically said "runner-runner" to describe a hand which was made only by catching the correct cards on both the turn and the river - "He made a runner-runner flush to beat my trips " See also "Backdoor "
a trained athlete who competes in foot races
the part of the sponson bottom that serves as a planing surface, touching the water at the lowest point
A rope rove through a block and used to increase the mechanical power of a tackle
a baseball player on the team at bat who is on base (or attempting to reach a base)
One of the pieces on which a sled or sleigh slides; also the part or blade of a skate which slides on the ice
Runners are thin strips of wood or metal underneath something which help it to move smoothly. the runners of his sled
Bottom rung the of the AD ladder
A long narrow rug which usually has a width of up to three and a half feet Running Dog Border A border of repeated wavelike shapes Other terms used to describe the same pattern are the "reciprocating border" or a "Greek key border" (in the geometric version)
A food fish (Elagatis pinnulatus) of Florida and the West Indies; called also skipjack, shoemaker, and yellowtail
Horizontal stem growing above the ground and which can form roots at the nodes and tips
The distribution system within a mold connecting the sprue to the gates
1) The "rocker" (blade) of a rocking chair 2) A guide strip onto which a grooved drawer bottom fits
Employee who remains within the office a portion of the time (i e outside sales, services, consultant)
A prostrate stem above ground which can drop roots into the ground from it's tip
A person (from one or the other team) who runs out onto the field during the game to take verbal instructions from the coach to the players. A runner mustnt interfere with play, and may have to wear an identifying shirt to make clear his or her purpose on the field
The runners in a horse race are the horses taking part. There are 18 runners in the top race of the day
Die passage connecting sprue or plunger holes of a die to the gate where molten metal enters the cavity or cavities
A movable slab or rubber used in grinding or polishing a surface of stone
a very slender, wiry stem, as in the strawberry, that grows along the surface of the soil and propagates by producing roots and shoots at the node at the tip Also known as a stolon
Also known as running backstay Adjustable stay used to control tension on the mast
One that starts from the scratch; hence, one of first-rate ability
runner bean
A climbing plant, Phaseolus coccineus, having long bean pods
runner bean
The pods, sliced, as a vegetable
runner beans
plural form of runner bean
runner-runner
Describing a situation where the last two communal cards make a winning hand for a player who was previously behind

Seat 8 has eight outs twice (the four nines and four remaining aces), plus another 4% for the runner-runner flush draw.

runner-up
The person who finishes second

Remember, if the winner can not complete the duties, the runner-up will take over.

runner-up
Second favorite
runner-up
(deyim) Bir yarışma ya da rekabdette ikinci gelen yarışmacı veya takım
runner bean
Runner beans are long green beans that are eaten as a vegetable. They grow on a tall climbing plant and are the cases that contain the seeds of the plant. = French bean. a vegetable that grows as a long green pod (=seed container) on a climbing plant
runner up
candidate, contestant; one who finishes second in a competition
runner-
a long narrow carpet
runner-
Horizontal stem growing above the ground and which can form roots at the nodes and tips
runner-
1) The "rocker" (blade) of a rocking chair 2) A guide strip onto which a grooved drawer bottom fits
runner-
The bird which remains on the ground but moves in a hurried fashion away from the dog
runner-
A stem that grows on the surface of the soil that often develops new plants at the nodes or the tip
runner-
Typically said "runner-runner" to describe a hand which was made only by catching the correct cards on both the turn and the river - "He made a runner-runner flush to beat my trips " See also "Backdoor "
runner-
Also known as running backstay Adjustable stay used to control tension on the mast
runner-
someone who travels on foot by running
runner-
A thin stem or shoot growing along the ground and producing roots at the nodes
runner-
device consisting of the parts on which something can slide along
runner-
a very slender, wiry stem, as in the strawberry, that grows along the surface of the soil and propagates by producing roots and shoots at the node at the tip Also known as a stolon
runner-
A channel through which molten metal or slag is passed from one receptacle to another; in a mold, the portion of the gate assembly that connects the downgate or sprue with the casting ingate or riser The term also applies to similar portions of master patterns, pattern dies, patterns, investment molds and finished castings
runner-
(hydr) The TURBINE wheel F - roue de turbine S - rueda movil
runner-
Employee who remains within the office a portion of the time (i e outside sales, services, consultant)
runner-
A long narrow rug which usually has a width of up to three and a half feet Running Dog Border A border of repeated wavelike shapes Other terms used to describe the same pattern are the "reciprocating border" or a "Greek key border" (in the geometric version)
runner-
A shot taken by a player while running
runner-
A short length of rope or webbing sewn or tied into a loop Also known as a sling
runner-
base runner: a baseball player on the team at bat who is on base (or attempting to reach a base)
runner-
Bottom rung the of the AD ladder
runner-
fish of western Atlantic: Cape Cod to Brazil
runner-
smuggler: someone who imports or exports without paying duties
runner-
n a sewn or tied loop of webbing or rope used to connect protection elements
runner-
The distribution system within a mold connecting the sprue to the gates
runner-
a person who is employed to deliver messages or documents; "he sent a runner over with the contract"
runner-
A checker on the bar or in the opponent's home board
runner-
Die passage connecting sprue or plunger holes of a die to the gate where molten metal enters the cavity or cavities
runner-
a trained athlete who competes in foot races
runner-
The rotating element of the turbine that converts hydraulic energy into mechanical energy For reversible pump-turbines, the element is called an impeller and converts mechanical energy into hydraulic energy for the pump mode
runner-
A prostrate stem above ground which can drop roots into the ground from it's tip
runner-
the part of the sponson bottom that serves as a planing surface, touching the water at the lowest point
runner-
Portion of a gating system which carries molten metal from the sprue to the gates, i e , the metal distribution system
runner-
(n ) a sewn or tied loop of webbing or rope used to connect protection elements
runner-
A take out shot that travels very fast
runner-
stolon: a horizontal branch from the base of plant that produces new plants from buds at its tips
runner-up
A runner-up is someone who has finished in second place in a race or competition. The ten runners-up will receive a case of wine. runners-up the person or team that comes second in a race or competition
runner-up
the competitor who finishes second
base runner
Alternative spelling of baserunner
blockade runner
A vehicle, mainly refering to a naval one, with the purpose to bring cargo across a military blockade
free runner
A person who participates in free running
front runner
The most likely winners in a contest, election, etc

According to the media, she is the front-runner in the forthcoming election.

front-runner
Alternative spelling of front runner
pinch runner
A substitute runner, usually brought in to replace a slow runner to increase the chance of that runner scoring
plug the runner
an 1800s baseball term meaning to throw the ball at the runner in order to "tag" him out (illegal after 1845)
rainbow runner
The marine fish species Elagatis bipinnulatus, which is brilliantly striped yellow and blue

Rainbow runners are fished for food and sport in warm waters.

rat runner
A motorist who drives through residential streets to avoid traffic congestion on the main roads
ridge-runner
An inhabitant of the Southern Appalachian region
ridge-runner
A descendant of the above population
runners
plural form of runner
runners
(Central Canadian, Australian, Irish) running shoes, sneakers
soak the runner
an 1800s baseball term meaning to throw the ball at the runner in order to "tag" him out (illegal after 1845)
torch runner
A torchbearer, as in the Olympics
torch runner
one who collects used torches for a bonfire society on bonfire night
be a runner-up
(deyim) Come in second place in a competition, race, etc
book runner
The managing underwriter for a new issue. The book runner maintains the book of securities sold
do a runner
Leave hastily, in order to escape or avoid something
A runner
renner
Blade Runner
1982 science fiction film starring Harrison Ford (directed by Ridley Scott)
Blade Runner
a US film by the director Ridley Scott, in which a policeman in Los Angeles in the year 2019 has to find and kill a group of intelligent machines that look exactly like people (1982)
Bow Street runner
a member of the first police force in London, set up in 1748
art runner
A private art dealer who functions as a broker in sales transactions by linking prospective buyers and sellers of works of art. After an exhibition or auction, the art runner moves unsold works from one gallery to another to stimulate sales
base runner
a baseball player on the team at bat who is on base (or attempting to reach a base)
blockade-runner
a ship that runs through or around a naval blockade
distance runner
A runner who competes in distance races
drug runner
someone who brings illegal drugs from one country to another
first runner-up
player or team that receives second place in a contest
front runner
candidate with the greatest chance of success
front-runner
a competitor thought likely to win
front-runner
In a competition or contest, the front-runner is the person who seems most likely to win it. Neither of the front-runners in the presidential election is a mainstream politician. = favourite. the person or thing that is most likely to succeed in a competition
gun-runner
gun-runner gun-runners in AM, use gunrunner A gun-runner is someone who takes or sends guns into a country secretly and illegally
pinch runner
A substitute base runner
pinch runner
{i} (Baseball) player sent into a game as a substitute base runner
rainbow runner
streamlined cigar-shaped jack; good game fish
retro runner
{i} person who runs backwards for exercise
runners
Messengers who rush orders they receive from phone clerks to floor brokers for execution in the pit or ring
runners
The "skis" on which the sled is built see The Anatomy of a Dog Sled
runners
loops of nylon webbing that are threaded or looped around chockstones, flakes, horns, or chickenheads for protection
runners
Messengers who rush orders received by phone clerks to brokers for execution in the pit
runners
channels cut interior to the mold which transport the melt from the entrance to the mold to the entrance to the cavity
runners
channels cut in the mold which transport the melt from the entrance to the mold to the entrance to the cavity
runners
running shoes, sneakers
runners
A Canadian and Irish term for sneakers A term in most English-speaking places for hard-core athletic shoe users They may be that way because they had a track meet in gym class and found it fun Or just simple brain damage
runners
A pair of curtains parting at the centre and moving horizontally
runners
These are the "above the ground" off shoots from the mother plant which contain leaf material and the plant node capable of reproduction Many warm season grasses, especially bermuda types, send runners out across the top of the ground as well as underneath the ground (rhizomes) These runners can be bothersome in flower gardens unless controlled
runners
Exposed root-like plant growths from which new plants grow
runners
plural of runner
runners
the 2 bottom pieces of the sled which slides across the snow or ground They extend back of the basket for the driver to stand on and made of wood covered in plastic or Teflon They wear out and must be replace The driver must choose the right kind of runner to use for the surface the sled will slide on or else they wear out too fast
runners
strips of wood on which doors slide
runners
Essentially four ice skates, forged of steel, on which a bobsled rides
runners
Soldiers who relayed messages to and from the forward areas
runners
connect the gate to the sprue
runners
Swift avarians who act as couriers and messengers
runners
used to seek out passengers on packet boats
scarlet runner
A climbing tropical American bean plant (Phaseolus coccineus) having scarlet flowers and long pods with edible seeds
scarlet runner
{i} climbing bean plant having scarlet flowers and long flat green pods that have edible red seeds
scarlet runner
long bean pods always sliced into half-inch lengths; a favorite in Britain hairy trailing or prostrate western Australian vine with bright scarlet-pink flowers tropical American high-climbing bean with red flowers and mottled black beans similar to Phaseolus vulgaris but perennial; a preferred food bean in Great Britain
second runner-up
contestant that comes in third place
stretch runner
A runner or racehorse that makes a strong effort in the last stretch of a race
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von runner im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

yol halısı runner
(rug used to carpet a hall or staircase)
runner

    Silbentrennung

    run·ner

    Türkische aussprache

    rʌnır

    Aussprache

    /ˈrənər/ /ˈrʌnɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'r&-n&r ] (noun.) 14th century. to run + -er

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    runner up

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