smile

listen to the pronunciation of smile
Englisch - Türkisch
gülümsemek

O, talihsizliğine gülümsemek zorunda kaldı. - She had to smile at her misfortune.

Bütün yapman gereken gülümsemek. - All you have to do is smile.

{i} gülüş

Tom gülüşünü saklamaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to hide his smile.

Onun gülüş tarzını seviyorum. - I like the way she smiles.

{f} gülümse

O, bebeğine gülümsedi. - She smiled at her baby.

O bana baktı ve gülümsedi. - She looked at me and smiled.

{f} tebessüm etmek
{i} gülümseme

Kim'in gülümsemesi çok tatlıydı. - Kim's smile was very sweet.

Mutlu bir gülümseme ile onu çekelim. - Let's receive him with a happy smile.

{f} gülmek

Tom gülmekten kendini alamadı. - Tom couldn't help but smile.

Tom hafifçe gülmekten kendini alamadı. - Tom couldn't help but smile slightly.

{f} gülümseme ile karşılık vermek
{i} tebessüm

Bana bir tanıma tebessümü verdi. - He gave me a smile of recognition.

Tom bir tebessümle, Günaydın, dedi. - Good morning, said Tom with a smile.

neşe

Çocuk neşeli gülüşüyle herkesi cezbediyor. - The child captivates everyone with his sunny smile.

gülücük

Bana kocaman bir gülücük verdi. - She gave me a wide smile.

Tom, Mary'ye kocaman bir gülücük verdi. - Tom gave Mary a big smile.

gülücük yapmak
{f} gülümseyerek (bir şeyi) göstermek: She smiled her pleasure. Gülümseyerek memnuniyetini gösterdi
onamak
smile gülümse
gülümseyiş

Bu, Marika'ya şimdiye kadar ilk kez gülümseyişim. - This is the first time I've ever smiled at Marika.

smilinglygülümseyerek
smilingnesstebessüm
{f} parlamak
gülümseyerek ifade etmek
{f} on
lütuf
tasvip etmek
uygun düşürmek
gülümseyin
gülüşün
gülümser

Doraemon sık sık gülümser. - Doraemon often smiles.

Doraemon çoğunlukla gülümser. - Doraemon often smiles.

gülümsüyorum
smile out loud
Kahkaha atmak, seslice gülmek
smile radiantly
neşe saçarak gül
smile from ear-to-ear
ağzı kulaklarında varmak
smile approval
gülümsemeyle kabul etmek
smile approval
gülümseyerek onayladığını göstermek
smile away
gülümseyerek geçiştirmek
smile from ear to ear
(deyim) ağzı kulaklarına varmak
smile on
yüzüne gülmek
smile on
gülmek (talih, doğa vb)
smile on
onaylamak
smile on
destek olmak
smile on
(Fiili Deyim ) -e yardımcı olmak , desteklemek
smile on
gülmek
smile on someone
(deyim) yüzüne gülmek
smile radiantly
neşe saçarak gülmek
smile upon someone
(deyim) yüzüne gülmek
smirk, smile foolishly
cezalandırmak, aptalca gülümseme
smiley
İrc de duygunuzu anlatmaya yarayan işaretler topluluğuna verilen ad. Örnek : : )) Gülme : (( Üzgünüm vb
To smile
(isim) Hande
smiling
gülen
fortune smile on someone
talih yüzüne gülmek
smiling
güleryüzlü
have a smile
gül
smiler
gülen
smiling
{f} gülümse

Işıl ışıl gülümseyen anne, bebeğine elini uzattı. - The mother extended her hand to her baby, smiling brightly.

Tom gülümseyerek merhaba, dedi. - Hello, said Tom, smiling.

a smile
bir gülümseme
broad smile
geniş bir gülümseme
ear-to-ear smile
Ağzı kulaklarına varırcasına gülüş
friendly smile
dostça gülümseme
gummy smile
dişlerini göstererek abartılı gülmek
make someone smile
Gülümsetmek
sardonic smile
alaycı bir gülümseme
sickly smile
hastalıklı bir gülümseme
smiles
gülümsüyor

O her zaman bana gülümsüyor. - She always smiles at me.

Tom artık nadiren gülümsüyor. - Tom rarely smiles anymore.

smiling
gülümseyerek

O, hüzünle gülümseyerek konuşmaya başladı. - Smiling sadly, she began to talk.

Görünüşe bakılırsa kırsal kesimi iyi biliyorsun. Tom gülümseyerek sanırım öyle diye cevap verdi. - It seems that you know the country well. I think so, answered Tom, smiling.

with a smile
bir gülümseme ile
a suspicion of a smile
belli belirsiz gülümseme
artificial smile
sahte gülücük
dry smile
(Fiili Deyim ) alaylı yada zoraki gülümseme
force a smile
zorla gülümsemek
i tried to force a smile
gülmeye çalıştım
saccharine smile
tatlı gülümseyiş
smiles
mutluluk
smiling
tebessüm eden
smiling
{s} gülümseyen

Mary'nin gülümseyen yüzü herkesin onun mutlu olduğunu bilmesine izin verdi. - Mary's smiling face let everyone know that she was happy.

Işıl ışıl gülümseyen anne, bebeğine elini uzattı. - The mother extended her hand to her baby, smiling brightly.

smiling
{s} güler yüzlü

O her zaman mutlu ve güler yüzlüdür. - She's always happy and smiling.

O her zaman neşeli ve güler yüzlüdür. - She is always cheerful and smiling.

smiling
güleç
smiling
mütebessim
smilingly
gülümseyerek

Utanmaz bir yalancı gülümseyerek konuşur. - A shameless liar speaks smilingly.

throw s.o. a smile
birine tebessüm etmek
throw someone a smile
birine tebessüm etmek
winsome smile
şirin gülümseme
Englisch - Englisch
A happy, facial expression, primarily involving the mouth, but without vocalisation

He always puts a smile on my face.

To make a small happy face expression using mouth, (without sound.)

She smiles a beautiful smile.

{v} to look gay or joyous, smirk, sneer
{n} a look of pleasure or kindness
A curve that can set a lot of things straight
To express by a smile; as, to smile consent; to smile a welcome to visitors
Colloquialism for a lacerated golf ball; a cut in the ball is normally caused by a thinned shot
If you say that someone is all smiles, you mean that they look very happy, often when they have previously been worried or upset about something. W2S2 an expression in which your mouth curves upwards, when you are being friendly or are happy or amused with a smile
When you smile, the corners of your mouth curve up and you sometimes show your teeth. People smile when they are pleased or amused, or when they are being friendly. When he saw me, he smiled and waved He rubbed the back of his neck and smiled ruefully at me His smiling face appears on T-shirts, billboards, and posters
a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement
To express amusement, pleasure, moderate joy, or love and kindness, by the features of the face; to laugh silently
To affect in a certain way with a smile
{f} grin; treat kindly or favorably; cheerfully accept
The act of smiling; a peculiar change or brightening of the face, which expresses pleasure, moderate joy, mirth, approbation, or kindness; opposed to frown
{i} facial expression in which the corners of the mouth turn up, grin (generally expressing pleasure or amusement); act of smiling; pleasant appearance
A smile is the expression that you have on your face when you smile. She gave a wry smile `There are some sandwiches if you're hungry,' she said with a smile
A happy face expression using mouth, but without producing voice
a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement change one's facial expression by spreading the lips, often to signal pleasure express with a smile; "She smiled her thanks
To express slight contempt by a look implying sarcasm or pity; to sneer
To look gay and joyous; to have an appearance suited to excite joy; as, smiling spring; smiling plenty
A smile is the facial expression a dancer wears when showing delight and enjoyment during his/her performance A dancer's smile must attract pleasantly, not detract or distract If a smile is plastered on, giving a canned impression, it will certainly have the reverse effect The idea is to vary the facial expression to match the flow of the dance, the music and the mood of the atmosphere Most beginners pout, leer and growl in a stern, studied way, which serves only to frighten the crows away A smile must express the happy, natural feeling within the dancer for the dance, the music and his/her partner It would, however, be out of character to smile during dramatic, poignant music - a dancer's expressions should suit the dance and occasion, i e Tango is dramatic, Bolero sensual, Waltz romantic, etc
A somewhat similar expression of countenance, indicative of satisfaction combined with malevolent feelings, as contempt, scorn, etc; as, a scornful smile
Favor; countenance; propitiousness; as, the smiles of Providence
If you say that something such as fortune smiles on someone, you mean that they are lucky or successful. When fortune smiled on him, he made the most of it
Gay or joyous appearance; as, the smiles of spring
change one's facial expression by spreading the lips, often to signal pleasure
express with a smile; "She smiled her thanks"
To be propitious or favorable; to favor; to countenance; often with on; as, to smile on one's labors
noun A pleasant or favorable disposition or aspect
smile away
free oneself from sadness and smile
smile on
extend a warm welcome to -
Duchenne smile
A smile involving contraction of both the zygomatic major muscle (which raises the corners of the mouth) and the orbicularis oculi (which raises the cheeks and forms crow's feet around the eyes)
Glasgow smile
A facial scar received from being cut on the edge of the mouth, resembling an extended smile

Here they will become acquainted with the city’s endemic crime, random violence and such terms as “a Glasgow kiss” (a head butt) and “a Glasgow smile” (a mouth extended with a cut).

crack a smile
To begin to smile
crack a smile
To smile, especially while attempting not to
smiler
The mouth
smiler
Someone who smiles
smiley
An improvised street weapon consisting of a length of chain with padlocks and other heavy objects affixed to one end
smiley
A sequence of keyboard characters used to represent a person's mood or emotion, especially : ) or : -) or other smiling depiction
smiley
Having one's throat slit from side to side
smiley
A simplified representation of a smiling face
smiling
That which smiles or has a smile

smiling children.

smiling
Present participle of smile

They were smiling at the children.

vertical smile
A vagina

she lowered her hands between her knees her thighs and joined thumb to thumb and index to index forming a diamond windowframe about her smiling not-mouth her notclosed lips her ragged gaping vertical smile.

smilingly
{a} with a look of pleasure, pleasingly
angelic smile
saintly smile, smile of an angel, innocent smile
archaic smile
A representation of the human mouth with slightly upturned corners, characteristic of early Greek sculpture produced before the fifth century
broad smile
big smile, wide grin
frosty smile
unfriendly smile
frozen smile
cold smile, unfriendly smile
give us a smile
smile for us, let's see you smile
phoney smile
fake smile, false smile, disingenuous smile
phony smile
false smile, fake smile, disingenuous smile
put a smile on his face
made him smile, made him happy, made him laugh, caused him to feel good
radiant smile
smile that expresses great joy or happiness
raise a smile on his face
make him smile, make him grin, cause him to have a happy facial expression
sardonic smile
shrewd smile, sly smile, cunning grin
silly smile
smile with a stupid expression
smiled
Past tense of to smile
smiler
the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British)
smiler
{i} one who smiles
smiler
a person who smiles
smiles
plural of smile
smiles
stands for Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry System
smiles
"Computer speak" for describing tone, body language or feelings i e : -) or ;-) or : -(
smiles
SMILES (Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry System) is a string notation used to describe the nature and topology of molecular structures
smiles
third-person singular of smile
smiley
face formed from keyboard characters, used to indicate emotions in e-mail and netnews The original is: : - signifying humor or happiness
smiley
Smiling faces used in mail and news to indicated humor and irony The most common smiley is :
smiley
A combination of keyboard characters that portray emotions like : -) for a smile or : -( for a frown Also called an emoticon
smiley
The use of punctuation marks and other symbols or characters to portray moods when typing, especially in e-mail messages and IRC Here's an example of a simple smiley: :) If you don't see it, tilt your head to the left and look at it The colon makes the eyes and the parenthesis makes the smiley mouth The smile means happiness (like if someone says something funny) or it often denotes sarcasm Other combinations of characters can express many other emotions You may also hear them referred to as emoticons
smiley
1. A smiley person smiles a lot or is smiling. is a smiley showing happiness. = emoticon. a sign that looks like a face when you look at it sideways, for example : -, used in email messages to show that you are happy or pleased about something
smiley
The use of punctuation marks and other symbols or characters to portray moods when typing
smiley
Having ones throat slit from side to side
smiley
Expressive marks or figures added in text and read sideways ex: : -) or {: -(
smiley
Smileys are used to smile in text-only e-mail messages They are usually composed of a semi-colon, a dash, and a right-hand bracket, like this: ;-
smiley
an emoticon of a smiling face
smiley
Cheerful and happy; smiling
smiley
A name given to a small set of characters that are intended to represent a form of non-verbal communication Thus a happy face is represented as : - [week 2]
smiley
typed symbols of expression, like a smiley face; tilt your head sideways to the left to see it; also called emoticons
smiley
A sequence of characters, usually found in an e-mail message, that indicates humorous intent The three-character sequence : - is especially popular because it resembles a smiling face turned sideways
smiley
A set of characters that looks like a face if you turn it sideways Used in E-mail messages which only allow text For example Frown : -( Smile : -) Wink ;-)
smiley
The use of punctuation marks and other symbols or characters to protray moods when typing, especially in email messages and IRC Here's an example of a simple smiley : ) If you don't see it, tilt your head to the left and look at it Teh colon makes the eyes and the parenthesis makes the smiley mouth The smiles means happiness (like if someone says something funny) or it often denotes sarcasm Other combinations of characters can express many other emotions you may also hear them referred to as "emoticons "
smiley
Manipulating the limited potential of keyboard characters to show goodwill, irony, or other emotions with a "smiley face " Known as "emoticons," there are a number of these text-based effects used on the Net For example, : -)means smiley and : -( displays anger
smiley
Semi-circular black mark appearing on a race car's bodywork after contact with another car's tire, also known as a donut
smiley
{i} circle containing two dots for eyes and an upturned curve representing a smiling mouth (often appears as a yellow circle); face made of ASCII characters which expresses emotion (Computers)
smiley
The use of punctuation marks and other symbols or characters to portray moods when typing, especially in email messages and IRC Here's an example of a simple smiley: : ) If you don't see it, tilt your head to the left and look at it The colon makes the eyes and the parenthesis makes the smiley mouth The smile means happiness (like if someone says something funny) or it often denotes sarcasm Other combinations of characters can express many other emotions You may also hear them referred to as emoticons
smiley
The use punctuation marks to show feelings and emotions For example, a smiley face is : ), and a sad face would be : (
smiley
"Art" form composed of punctuation Sometimes used in E-mail or usenet news postings to reduce ambiguity or to entertain Examples include the plain smiley, ": -)", the winking smiley, ";-)", etc See also Emoticon
smiley
n See emoticon
smiley
Evoking memories of that glory decade of American culture, the 1970s, this text version of a smile or "Happy Face" allows people to express positive emotions in their e-mail or newsgroup postings
smiley
A smiling face charter made by joining ASCII characters together Used to express emotions over the Internet
smiley
A symbol in e-mail and newsgroup messages used to convey emotion, or simply amusement Create smileys by typing various keyboard characters For example, : - means happiness See also, Emoticon
smiley
A face on it's side, smiling It lets the reader know that you mean your comments to be humorous Remind people that you are being funny--they may take your words seriously if you don't
smiley
Character combinations such as : -) to denote whether a message is being made in jest with various modifications thereof ;-) to wink, etc Also called emoticons, since not all are smiling %-(
smiley
Since you can't use voice inflection when you communicate with people online, people use smileys as a way to add emotion to their words : - If you look at it sideways you can see the smile Also called emoticons
smiley
A sequence of keyboard characters used to represent a persons mood or emotion, especially : ) or : -) or other smiling depiction
smiley
A combination of symbols designed to indicate the true intent or emotional state of the author The classic smiley is the sideways happy face : - Smileys are fine in moderation, but overusing them not only indicates that your writing isn't as clear as it could be, but it also brands you as a newbie
smiling
a facial expression characterized by turning up the corners of the mouth; usually shows pleasure or amusement
smiling
{s} grinning, wearing a smile; cheerful and bright
smiling
smiling with happiness or optimism; "Come to my arms, my beamish boy!"- Lewis Carroll; "a room of smiling faces"; "a round red twinkly Santa Claus"
smiling
The action of the verb to smile
smiling
Present participle of to smile
smiling
That smiles or smile
smilingly
with a smile, with a grin; cheerfully
smilingly
If someone does something smilingly, they smile as they do it. He opened the gate and smilingly welcomed the travellers home. done or said with a smile
smilingly
with smiles; in a smiling manner; "the girl reminded her smilingly of their childhood spent together"
smilingly
with smiles; in a smiling manner; "the girl reminded her smilingly of their childhood spent together
smilingly
In a smiling manner
winning smile
heart-moving smile, great smile
with a smile
while smiling, with a happy facial expression
wry smile
bitter expression of the lips
smile

    Türkische aussprache

    smayl

    Antonyme

    frown, glower

    Aussprache

    /ˈsmīl/ /ˈsmaɪl/

    Etymologie

    [ smI(&)l ] (verb.) 14th century. From Middle English smilen (“to smile”), of North Germanic origin, from Danish smile (“to smile”), from Old Norse *smīla (“to smile”), from Proto-Germanic *smīlianan, *smirōjanan (“to smile”), from Proto-Indo-European *smeyə- (“to laugh, be glad, wonder”). Cognate with Swedish smila (“to smile”), Middle High German smielen (“to smile”), Old High German smierōn (“to smile”), Old English smerian (“to laugh at”), Old English smercian, smearcian (“to smile”), Latin miror (“to wonder at”). More at smirk.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

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