listen to the pronunciation of sport
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} spor

Herhangi bir sporu pratik yapıyor musun? - Do you practice any sport?

Futbol, dünyada en çok bilinen spordur. - Football is the most known sport in the world.

{i} centilmen
{f} spor yapmak

Tom spor yapmaktan hoşlanır. - Tom enjoys playing sports.

Biraz spor yapmak istiyorum. - I want to do some sport.

{i} örnek insan
gırgır kimse
sportmen kimse
şaka kaldıran kimse

Oynamak için favori sporun nedir? - What's your favorite sport to play?

Ben tenis oynamaktan hoşlanırım. Sen hangi sporu yapmaktan hoşlanırsın? - I like to play tennis. What sport do you like to play?

kafa dengi
gösterişli birşey takmak/giymek
{f} şaka söylemek
{i} şaka
{i} oyuncak
(Tıp) Aslından başka türlü olmak
(Tıp) Asıl halinden değişik şeklide meydana gelen hayvan veya bitki, hilkat garibesi
{f} övünmek
{f} takılmak
eğlence konusu
alay mevzuu
{i} soyundan farklı özellikler gösteren canlı
değşinme gösteren hayvan veya bitki
kumarbaz kimse
{i} zevk düşkünü kimse
{i} oyun
{f} gösteriş yapmak
{i} eğlence

Avustralyalılar spor ve eğlencede üstündürler. - Australians excel at sports and entertainment.

{i} sporsever

Tom kesinlikle onun hakkında örnek bir sporsever. - Tom certainly is a good sport about it.


Yeni erkek arkadaşın sportif mi? - Is your new boyfriend sporty?

Scoot, Dario ve Ryan çok sportiflerdi. - Scott, Dario and Ryan were very sporty.

spor dalı
{i} spor

Çoğu sporlarda en sıkı çalışma yapan takım genellikle eve ekmek parasını getirir. - In most sports the team that practice hardest usually brings home the bacon.

Sporun her türünü sever. - He likes all kinds of sports.

sport coat
erkek için spor ceket
sport car
spor araba
sport shirt
spor gömlek
sport centre
spor merkezi
sport club
spor kulübü
sport facility
spor tesisi
sport utility
spor hizmet
sport utility vehicle
jeep, suv, arazi aracı
sport activity
spor aktivitesi
sport and state
spor ve devlet
sport club president
spor kulübü başkanı
sport coat
(erkek için) spor ceket
sport fishing enterprise
(Askeri) balıkçılık spor girişimi
sport literature
spor yazını
spectator sport
gösteri sporu
old sport
Sevgili dost, eski dost
sporla ilgili
combat sport
dövüş sporu
{s} sportmence
spor karşılaşması
a sport
a spor
active sport life
faal sporculuk
be a sport
(deyim) Bir duruma göre uyumlu olmak
competitive sport
rekabet spor
contact sport
temas spor
do sport
Spor yapmak
for sport

Erkek kardeşim spora ilgi duymaz. - My brother doesn't go in for sports.

Onun spor için boş zamanı yok. - He has no leisure for sport.

in sport

Sporda, başarısızlığa yer yok. - In sports, there is no room for failure.

interested in sport
Spor ile ilgilenen
make sport
spor yapmak
mass sport
Kitle sporu
blood sport
(deyim) avcılık sporu
friendship through sport
(Askeri) spor yoluyla dostluk
good sport
şaka kaldırabilen kimse
poor sport
{s} sportif
kazanma ihtimali ağır basan şans
{s} av
oyun kurallarına uyan
{s} dürüst

Olimpiyat altın madalyası muhtemelen en imrenilecek spor ödülüdür. - An Olympic gold medal is probably the most coveted sporting prize.

Spor olayına katıldım. - I took part in the sporting event.

{s} avcılık
sporting house genelev
(isim) spor
Englisch - Englisch
to mock or tease, treat lightly, toy with
Any athletic activity that uses physical skills, often competitive
A sportsman; a gambler, one who consorts with less than reputable people, including prostitutes
to amuse oneself, to play
A person who exhibits either good or bad sportsmanship
A plant or an animal, or part of a plant or animal, which has some peculiarity not usually seen in the species; an abnormal variety or growth. The term encompasses both mutants and organisms with non-genetic developmental abnormalities such as birth defects
suitable for use in athletic activities
A toy; a plaything; an object of mockery
Somebody who behaves or reacts in an admirable manner, a good sport
to bear a mark or wound with embarrassment
Gaming for money as in racing, hunting, fishing
An amorous dalliance
to wear (something) with pride
{n} diversion, pastime, jest, game, gingle
{v} to play, make merry, divert, trifle, game
To divert; to amuse; to make merry; used with the reciprocal pronoun
play boisterously; "The children frolicked in the garden"; "the gamboling lambs in the meadows"; "The toddlers romped in the playroom"
To trifle
an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition the occupation of athletes who compete for pay (Maine colloquial) temporary summer resident of inland Maine someone who engages in sports wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat
verbal wit (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously); "he became a figure of fun"
Mock; mockery; contemptuous mirth; derision
A change which sometimes occurs in an established cultivar This may involve growth characteristics or mopre usefully a change in colour
A spontaneous mutation in growth habit or flower character (such as color or doubleness) that occurs on an established variety; it is most often seen as a branch that differs noticeably from its parent plant Plants propagated from the sport reproduce it as a distinct new variety Typical of a growth sport is a climbing form of a bush variety An example of a color sport is 'Chicago Peace', with blossoms in a blend of pink and orange-yellow; it was found on a plant of 'Peace', which normally bears light yellow and pink flowers
Sports are games such as football and basketball and other competitive leisure activities which need physical effort and skill. I'd say football is my favourite sport She excels at sport Billy turned on a radio to get the sports news
See Sporting plant, under Sporting
That with which one plays, or which is driven about in play; a toy; a plaything; an object of mockery
{i} game, athletic competition (especially one held outside); athletic activities collectively; recreation; jest; mockery; fair or sportsmanlike person (Informal); one known for the manner in which he follows rules and gets along with others (Informal)
A sportsman; a gambler
(Maine colloquial) temporary summer resident of inland Maine
Play; idle jingle
Soldier Portable-System Repair Tool
To play; to frolic; to wanton
Diversion of the field, as fowling, hunting, fishing, racing, games, and the like, esp
That which diverts, and makes mirth; pastime; amusement
the NORBA race catagory between beginner and expert
an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
approval If you say that someone is a sport or a good sport, you mean that they cope with a difficult situation or teasing in a cheerful way. He was accused of having no sense of humor, of not being a good sport
To represent by any knd of play
A variation or mutation that occurs within the plant and differs from the rest of the plant
A plant or an animal, or part of a plant or animal, which has some peculiarity not usually seen in the species; an abnormal variety or growth
A sport is a mutation (genetic change), naturally occurring or induced to arise from a bud It differs from the parent plant and can be vegetatively propagated to give rise to a new cultivar
the occupation of athletes who compete for pay
A naturally occurring, spontaneous genetic change in a plant
To assume suddenly a new and different character from the rest of the plant or from the type of the species; said of a bud, shoot, plant, or animal
– an individual arising from the result of mutation or chimeral rearrangement that is genotypically or phenotypically different from the original individual
(biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration
someone who engages in sports
To practice the diversions of the field or the turf; to be given to betting, as upon races
when money is staked
To give utterance to in a sportive manner; to throw out in an easy and copious manner; with off; as, to sport off epigrams
To exhibit, or bring out, in public; to use or wear; as, to sport a new equipage
(mutation) Natural or induced genetic change, often exhibited as a variegated shoot or flower from the parent plant Sports can be vegetatively propagated to give rise to new cultivars
See Sport, n
wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat"
{f} frolic, play; engage in sports; ridicule; trifle, joke, tease; show off, display ostentatiously
A phenomenon whereby a spontaneous mutation occurs within an otherwise stable plant variety It is caused by a genetic mutation and not as a result of cross pollination
sport jacket
A tailored jacket that is not part of a suit; especially one of a sturdy fabric originally designed for outdoor sports
sport stacking
A sport in which competitors stack cups as quickly as possible
sport utility vehicle
A passenger vehicle which combines the towing capacity of a pickup truck with the passenger-carrying space of a minivan or station wagon together with on- or off-road ability
sport utility vehicles
plural form of sport utility vehicle
Sport First
a British newspaper, first published in 1998, which gives news only about sport
sport club
association within which sports activities take place
sport coat
lightweight single-breasted jacket; often striped in the colors of a club or school
sport coat
a sports jacket
sport facility
site which has sports equipment
sport fish
game fish: any fish providing sport for the angler
sport fish
A fish prized for the sport involved in catching it. Also called game fish
sport jacket
a sports jacket
sport kite
a maneuverable kite controlled by two lines and flown with both hands
sport one's oak
make it appear that one is not at home by locking the outer door (from British student life)
sport shirt
a sports shirt
sport shirt
polo shirt: a shirt with short sleeves designed for comfort and casual wear
sport utility
a high-performance four-wheel drive car built on a truck chassis
sport utility vehicle
A sport utility vehicle is a powerful vehicle with four-wheel drive that can be driven over rough ground. The abbreviation SUV is often used
type of clothes which are partially elegant, type of fashion which is both sporty and elegant
sport-utility vehicle
an SUV
spectator sport
A sporting activity which has a relatively high ratio of watchers to direct participants

Today harness racing is a $430 million-a-year business, the fastest-growing spectator sport in the U.S.

spectator sport
An activity which consists of watching or observing

Rubbernecking is only a spectator sport.

spectator sport
Something, especially a process or activity, which is a popular object of observation; an activity which a person prefers to watch rather than to participate in

The singer Britney Spears, whose descent into a personal abyss has become a ghoulish worldwide spectator sport, yesterday left a Los Angeles hospital.

An alternative form for spoilsport
spectator sport
a sport that many people find entertaining to watch
spectator sport
A spectator sport is a sport that is interesting and entertaining to watch. The most popular spectator sport is football
air sport
Any recreational activity performed in flight or freefall through the atmosphere
ask me one on sport
a sarcastic reply given when a person does not know the correct answer
blood sport
A sport involving the killing or the shedding of blood of animals
combat sport
A sport that involves man-to-man combat
contact sport
: An athletic contest which involves a significant amount of physical contact between the participating athletes
cue sport
A game played with a cue and balls, such as billiards
extreme sport
Any sport featuring speed, height, danger, a high level of physical exertion, highly specialized gear, or spectacular stunts

Base-jumping is called an extreme sport, but I think it should be called an insane sport.

flying sport
An activity involving aviation for recreation and competition. Flying sports include air racing, homebuilt aircraft, ultralight aviation, and hot-air ballooning
good sport
someone who exhibits polite behaviour even or especially when things go wrong
good sport
someone who can take a joke
individual sport
A sport which is practiced by two opposing individuals or one individual
old sport
A term of endearment used to a friend

'Why not let her alone, old sport?' remarked Gatsby. 'You're the one that wanted to come to town.'.

poor sport
someone who exhibits improper behaviour during a game, whether winning or losing
poor sport
someone who cannot take a joke
professional sport
Sport in which athletes receive payment for their performance
Exhibiting sportsmanship

Quite sporting of you to call that foul on yourself.

Pertaining to sports

He got a job in a sporting goods store.

team sport
A sport competed between two teams each with two or more players
Attributive form of team sport, noun
wheelchair sport
An organized athletic activity engaged in by persons who require the assistance of a wheelchair
winter sport
Any sport, originally only played during the winter, that is played on ice or snow
Media and Sport Department for Culture
a British government department, formerly called the Department of National Heritage, which is responsible for supporting the arts, tourism, sport etc, and for making rules about newspapers and broadcasting in the UK
Ministry of Education Culture and Sport
government office responsible for education culture and sports
Sunday Sport
a British tabloid newspaper sold every Sunday which has almost no serious news stories but has many stories about sex and scandal (=immoral or shocking events involving famous people)
be a sport
be a nice guy, handle it in an easygoing manner
become the sport of fortune
become a victim of fate or circumstance
blood sport
Blood sports are sports such as hunting in which animals are killed. A sport involving bloodshed, such as cockfighting. a sport that involves the killing of animals
blood sport
sport that involves killing animals (especially hunting)
contact sport
a sport that necessarily involves body contact between opposing players
contact sport
A sport, such as football, hockey, or boxing, that involves physical contact between players as part of normal play. a sport such as american football, rugby etc in which players have physical contact with each other
equestrian sport
a sport that tests horsemanship
field sport
Hunting, shooting birds, and fishing with a rod are referred to as field sports when they are done mainly for pleasure
good sport
one is who behaves in a gracious and sportsman-like manner
he is a sport
he is a good fellow; he behaves in a sportsmanlike manner
make sport of
make a joke at someone's expense, mock someone
minor sport
secondary sport, sport which is not of primary importance
outdoor sport
a sport that is played outdoors
poor sport
one who is not gracious or sportsman-like
say a thing in sport
say something in a joking manner, say something in jest
past of sport
One who sports; a sportsman
Having a reasonable chance of success
present participle of sport
{s} of or pertaining to sports; involved or interested in sports; sportsmanlike; of or pertaining to gambling
involving risk or willingness to take a risk; "a sporting chance"; "sporting blood"
relating to or used in sports; "sporting events"; "sporting equipment
If you have a sporting chance of doing something, it is quite likely that you will do that thing. There was a sporting chance they would meet, but not necessarily at the party
Sporting means relating to sports or used for sports. major sporting events, such as Wimbledon and the World Cup finals. a huge sporting goods store
relating to or used in sports; "sporting events"; "sporting equipment"
Of pertaining to, or engaging in, sport or sporrts; exhibiting the character or conduct of one who, or that which, sports
involving risk or willingness to take a risk; "a sporting chance"; "sporting blood" relating to or used in sports; "sporting events"; "sporting equipment
marked by or calling for sportsmanship or fair play; "a clean fight"; "a sporting solution of the disagreement"; "sportsmanlike conduct"
preoccupied with the pursuit of pleasure and especially games of chance; "led a dissipated life"; "a betting man"; "a card-playing son of a bitch"; "a gambling fool"; "sporting gents and their ladies"
plural of sport
{i} athletic activities collectively
extreme sports Pan American Sports Games sports and games sports medicine sports car racing
team sport
a sport that involves competition between teams of players; "baseball is a team sport by golf is not
water sport
sports that involve bodies of water