sneeze

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Englisch - Türkisch
aksırmak
{i} hapşırma

Tom, hapşırmamaya çalıştı. - Tom tried not to sneeze.

Saman nezlesi mevsiminde, Mary'nin cümleleri genellikle hapşırmalarla noktalandı. - During hayfever season, Mary's sentences were usually punctuated by sneezes.

{f} hapşırmak
{f} aksır

Bu parfümü koklayamam. Aksırırım. - I cannot smell this perfume. I would sneeze.

aksırık
işe yarar
hapşır

Sanırım hapşıracağım... Bana bir mendil ver. - I think I'm gonna sneeze. Give me a tissue.

Neredeyse her gün hapşırırım. - I sneeze almost every day.

hapşırık

Konuşmamızı hapşırıkları böldü. - Our conversation was interrupted by his sneezes.

Bir hapşırık saatte kırk mil hızla vücudunuzu terk eder. - A sneeze leaves your body at forty miles an hour.

{i} aksırma
(Tıp) tıksırma
sneeze at hakir görmek
küçümsemek
{f} at -i hor görmek, -i küçümsemek: Don't sneeze at Selma's paintings; she makes millions from them. Selma'nın
not to be sneezed at k
yabana atılmaz
sneeze at
yabana atmak
sneeze at
küçümsemek
sneeze gas
(Askeri) aksırtıcı gaz
sneeze with the mouth shut
tıksırmak
sneeze at
(deyim) sneeze at sth. küçümsemek
sneeze gas
(Askeri) AKSIRTICI GAZ: Kurşuni renkte, tahriş edici bir duman bulutu meydana getiren bir kimya harbi maddesi. Bu gaz, aksırtıcı gazlar (sternutator) sınıfına dahildir ve tahriş edici bir madde olarak kullanılır
to sneeze
hapşırmak
sneezing
aksırarak
sneezing
aksırma
sneezes
hapşırma

Saman nezlesi mevsiminde, Mary'nin cümleleri genellikle hapşırmalarla noktalandı. - During hayfever season, Mary's sentences were usually punctuated by sneezes.

sneezing
hapşırma

Onun hapşırması konuşmamızı engelledi. - His sneezing interfered with our conversation.

Hapşırmamak elimde değil, dün üşüttüm. - I can't help sneezing, I caught a cold yesterday.

to hold back a sneeze
hapşırığını tutmak
a sneeze
hapşırık
sneezing
aksırma aksır prepaksırarak
sneezing
(Tıp) Aksırma, hapşurma
sneezing
aksırma,n.aksırma: v.aksır: prep.aksırarak
suppressed sneeze
tıksırık
to sneeze
aksırmak
Englisch - Englisch
An act of sneezing
To expel air as a reflex induced by an irritation in the nose
To expel air as if the nose were irritated
{v} to emit wind audibly by the nose
{n} an emission of wind audibly by the nose
{i} involuntary expulsion of air from the nose and mouth
If you say that something is not to be sneezed at, you mean that it is worth having. The money's not to be sneezed at. the act or sound of sneezing
When you sneeze, you suddenly take in your breath and then blow it down your nose noisily without being able to stop yourself, for example because you have a cold. What exactly happens when we sneeze? Sneeze is also a noun. Coughs and sneezes spread infections
exhale spasmodically, as when an irritant entered one's nose; "Pepper makes me sneeze"
{f} involuntarily expel air from the nose and mouth
a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose
A sudden and violent ejection of air with an audible sound, chiefly through the nose
To emit air, chiefly through the nose, audibly and violently, by a kind of involuntary convulsive force, occasioned by irritation of the inner membrane of the nose
a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose exhale spasmodically, as when an irritant entered one's nose; "Pepper makes me sneeze
nothing to sneeze at
Not bad; decent; acceptable; worthwhile

Their music may not be worthy of radio time, but it's nothing to sneeze at.

Sneezing
neesing
To sneeze
neese
sneezer
a person who sneezes
sneezer
{i} one who sneezes
sneezes
plural of sneeze
sneezing
The act of violently forcing air out through the nasal passages while the cavity of the mouth is shut off from the pharynx by the approximation of the soft palate and the base of the tongue
sneezing
a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose
sneeze

    Türkische aussprache

    sniz

    Aussprache

    /ˈsnēz/ /ˈsniːz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'snEz ] (intransitive verb.) 14th century. From Middle English snesen (“to sneeze”), alteration of earlier fnesen (“to sneeze”), from Old English fnēosan (“to snort, sneeze”), from Proto-Germanic *fnūsanan, *fniúsianan (“to sneeze, snort”), from Proto-Indo-European *pnew- (“to breathe, sneeze”). Cognate with Dutch dialectal fniezen (Modern Standard Dutch niezen, “to sneeze”), Old Norse fnȳsa (“to snort”); Middle English neosen (“to sneeze”), from Old Norse hnjōsa (Swedish nysa, “to sneeze”), Old High German niosan (German niesen, “to sneeze”). The infrequency of the “fn” combination coupled with the visual similarity of an “f” and “ſ'” (long “s”) assisted in ultimately turning “fneeze” into “ſneeze (sneeze)''”.

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