sports

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} spor

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

Kırmızı bir spor araba aldım. - I bought a red sports car.

spor karşılaşması
(isim) spor
sörf
sportif
spordan
gard
deplasman
çelenç
ofansif
aut
markajcı
sport
spor

Sporu rekabet için değil zevk için yapıyorum. - I like to play sport for fun not for competition.

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

sports gear
forma
sports federation
federasyonu
sports fishing
amatör balıkçılık
sports announcer
spor spikeri

Tom bir spor spikeri olmak ister. - Tom would like to become a sports announcer.

Favori spor spikerin kimdir? - Who's your favorite sports announcer?

sports arena
spor sahası
sports car
spor araba

Tom'un sarı bir spor arabası var. - Tom owns a yellow sports car.

Tom ilk defa bir spor araba sürmüyordu. - It wasn't Tom's first time to drive a sports car.

sports equipment
spor malzemesi
sports fan
taraftar
sports jacket
spor ceket

Tom beyaz bir spor ceket giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a white sports jacket.

Bu gece parti için beyaz bir spor ceketi giyiyor olacağım. - I'll be wearing a white sports jacket to the party tonight.

sports wear
spor giysi
sports bag
spor çantası
sports bra
spor sutyeni
sports center
Spor merkezi
sports centre
spor merkezi
sports day
spor günü
sports ground
spor zemin
sports hall
spor salonu
sports illustrate
spor / magazin dergisi
sports plane
spor uçak
sports programme
Spor programı
sports shoes
spor ayakkabı
sports utility vehicle
spor Yeni araç
sports-centre
Spor merkezi
sports ability
(Spor) sportif yetenek
sports and state
spor ve devlet
sports and tourism
(Spor) spor ve turizm
sports award
spor ödülleri
sports beam
(Bilgisayar) spor ışın
sports beep
(Bilgisayar) spor bip
sports bra
(Tekstil) spor sütyen
sports busy
(Bilgisayar) spor meşgul
sports coat
spor ceket

Tom bir spor ceket giyiyor. - Tom is wearing a sports coat.

sports community
(Spor) spor camiası
sports correspondent
spor muhabiri
sports event
(Bilgisayar) spor etkinliği
sports for children
çocuklar için spor
sports franchises
spor hakları
sports help
(Bilgisayar) spor yardım
sports move
(Bilgisayar) spor taşı
sports museums
(Spor) spor müzeleri
sports no
(Bilgisayar) spor hayır
sports pen
(Bilgisayar) spor kalem
sports recreational
spor-eğlence
sports socks
(Tekstil) spor çorap
sports spectators
(Spor) spor seyircileri
sports tools
spor gereçleri
sports trousers
(Tekstil) spor pantalon
sports up
(Bilgisayar) spor yukarı
sports wait
(Bilgisayar) spor bekle
sport
{i} centilmen
sport
{f} spor yapmak

Tom spor yapmaktan hoşlanır. - Tom enjoys playing sports.

Her gün spor yapmak son derece önemlidir. - It's extremely important to do sport every day.

bracket
{i} İng. parantez, ayraç
bracket
kümeleme ayracı
bracket
ayraç
bracket
bağlantı
bracket
(Ticaret) pay
bracket
mafsallı dirsek mesnedi
endurance sports
dayanıklılık sporları
extreme sports
(Spor) uç sporlar
nature sports
(Turizm) doğa sporları
sport
sportif

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

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

sport
{i} örnek insan
sport
oynamak

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

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

violence in sports
sporda şiddet
Ministry of Youth and Sports
Gençlik ve Spor Bakanlığı
aquatic sports
su sporları
bracket
birbirine ait kılmak
bracket
dirsek
field sports
açık hava sporları
field sports
atletizm
sport
gırgır kimse
sport
şaka
sport
eğlenmek
sport
sportmen kimse
sport
kafa dengi
sport
gösterişli birşey takmak/giymek
sport
şaka kaldıran kimse
aerial sports
hava sporu
bracket
(Mühendislik) konsol, çıkma, destekli raf, dirsek
bracket
{f} paranteze almak
do sports
do spor
extreme sports
(Spor) yüksek riski olan tehlikeli sporlar
go in for sports
spor gitmek
indoor sports
Kapalı mekânlarda yapılan sporlar
indoor sports
kapalı spor
law of sports
(Kanun) Spor kanunu
mountain sports
dağ sporu
outdoor sports
Açık alan sporları
sport
spor dalı
summer sports
Yaz spor
team sports
takım sporları
the Ministry of Youth and Sports
Gençlik ve Spor Bakanlığı
youth and sports day
Gençlik ve spor bayramı
youth and sports day
gençlik bayramı
youths and sports day
Gençlik ve Spor Bayramı
blood sports
sürgün avı
blood sports
avcılık sporu
bracket
(fiil) paranteze almak, hedefi makas içine almak (Argo), aynı kategoriye almak
bracket
{i} destek
bracket
{i} köşeli parantez, köşeli ayraç
bracket
{i} dirsek, destek, kenet
bracket
{i} makas (topçuluk)
bracket
altından destekle tutturulmuş raf
bracket
köşeli ayraç
bracket
{i} kademe
bracket
(Askeri) ÇATAL: Hedeften biri uzun biri kısa veya biri sağa diğeri sola düşen iki veya daha çok atım arasındaki mesafe veya aralık
council of sports tourism
(Turizm) sportif turizm kurulu
doping in sports
sporda doping
minorities in sports
(Spor) sporda azınlıklar
recreative sports
(Askeri) EĞLENDİRİCİ SPORLAR: Eğlence maksadıyla tertiplenip moral hizmetleri subayının nezareti altında tatbik edilen ve yalnız arzu eden kimselerin katıldığı spor programı
river sports
akarsu sporları
sport
gösteriş yapmak
sport
{i} oyun
sport
istihza
sport
{f} övünmek
sport
oyuncak
sport
(Tıp) Asıl halinden değişik şeklide meydana gelen hayvan veya bitki, hilkat garibesi
sport
(Tıp) Aslından başka türlü olmak
sport
{f} şaka söylemek
sport
alay
sport
{i} eğlence

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

sport
{i} sporsever

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

sport
kdili
sport
alay mevzuu
sport
eğlence konusu
sport
{f} takılmak
sport
değşinme
sport
{i} soyundan farklı özellikler gösteren canlı
sport
değşinme gösteren hayvan veya bitki
sport
zevk düşkünü kimse
sport
kumarbaz kimse
track and field sports
atletizm yarışmaları
water sports
(isim) su sporları
water sports
{i} su sporları
winter sports
kış sporları
Englisch - Englisch
plural of sport
extreme sports Pan American Sports Games sports and games sports medicine sports car racing
{i} athletic activities collectively
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sports bra
A type of bra that is more supportive than an everyday bra, worn when practising sports or other physical activities
sports bras
plural form of sports bra
sports car
An automobile designed for high speed and power, tight handling, and flashy looks
sports cars
plural form of sports car
sports day
A school day set aside for athletics events
sports days
plural form of sports day
sports final
the edition of a newspaper that includes the last version of the sports results to be published for the day (or time block); frequently this is the last edition for the newspaper for the day (or time block)
sports ground
an stadium or piece of land used for sport
sports jacket
A tailored jacket that is not part of a suit; especially one of a sturdy fabric originally designed for outdoor sports
sports medicine
The branch of medicine that deals with the effects of sport and exercise on the body, especially the treatment of injuries so received, and also studies the physiology of exercise
Sports Illustrated
a weekly US magazine with articles about different sports, teams, professional players etc
Sports Illustrated
weekly American magazine that covers a variety of topics related to professional sports
sports and games
Recreational or competitive activities that involve physical skill, intellectual acumen, and often luck (especially in the case of games of chance). Play is an integral part of human nature. Throughout history, humans have invented sporting and gaming activities as a means to socialize, to display skills and prowess, and to entertain or offer excitement. The earliest games may have been based on hunting and gathering activities. In modern times, with the emergence of professional sports, games continue to serve as physical and emotional outlets, as diversions, and as enrichments to daily life while also playing a pronounced economic role
sports announcer
an announcer who reads sports news or describes sporting events
sports association
group of people that deal with sports
sports bra
A garment providing support and protection for the breasts, worn especially during athletics or other strenuous activity. a special type of bra (=a piece of underwear that supports a woman's breasts) that is designed for women to wear while playing sports
sports car
a small low car with a high-powered engine; usually seats two persons
sports car
light car that is open and swift
sports car
A sports car is a low, fast car, usually with room for only two people. An automobile equipped for racing, especially an aerodynamically shaped one-passenger or two-passenger vehicle having a low center of gravity and steering and suspension designed for precise control at high speeds. a low fast car, often with a roof that can be folded back or removed
sports center
place that contains gymnasia and in which many kinds of sports take place
sports centre
sports center a building where people can go to play many different types of indoor sports
sports clothes
type of clothing used for sporting events
sports coat
a sports jacket
sports day
In British schools, sports day is a day or an afternoon when pupils compete in athletics contests such as races and the high jump. Parents are often invited to come and watch the events. a day on which the children at a school have sports competitions American Equivalent: field day
sports desk
the editorial department of a newspaper that edits the sports news
sports editor
the newspaper editor responsible for sports news
sports equipment
equipment needed to participate in a particular sport
sports fan
an enthusiastic devotee of sports
sports fan
one who developed a special love for athletic activity and watching sports broadcasts
sports ground
special field used for sports
sports hall
indoor gymnasium mainly used for athletic events
sports implement
an implement used in a sport
sports instructor
physical education teacher
sports jacket
A sports jacket is a man's jacket, usually made of a woollen material called tweed. It is worn on informal occasions with trousers of a different material. a man's jacket that is not part of a suit
sports magazine
weekly that deals with sports
sports medicine
The branch of medicine that deals with injuries or illnesses resulting from participation in sports and athletic activities. Medical and paramedical supervision and treatment of athletes. It has four aspects. Preparation (conditioning) uses diet, exercises, and monitoring of practice sessions to improve performance. Prevention identifies any predisposition to injury or illness and covers warmup, stretching, and design and use of protective equipment. Many surgical techniques developed in sports medicine, particularly for knee injuries, are now used for the general population. Rehabilitation (see physical medicine and rehabilitation) prepares an injured or ill athlete to return to activity after initial treatment
sports medicine
the branch of medicine concerned with the treatmentment of injuries or illness resulting from athletic activities
sports officer
office that is in charge of the physical education of soldiers, officer that aids soldiers in the field of athletics
sports page
any page in the sports section of a newspaper
sports program
television or radio show that deals with sports
sports reporter
sportscaster, writer or broadcaster who reviews sports events
sports section
section of the newspaper that deals with sports-related issues
sports section
the section of a newspaper that reports on sports
sports shirt
a shirt for men that is worn on informal occasions
sports superpower
country with an extremely high level of sports
sports writer
A sports writer is a journalist who writes about sport
sports writer
a journalist who writes about sports
sports-car racing
Form of motor racing involving small, two-passenger automobiles. The cars are designed for quick response, easy maneuverability, and high-speed driving. Unlike the cars used in Grand Prix racing, the sports car is usually series-produced, seldom handmade, and the reputation of the car maker (Porsche, Jaguar, etc.) is thus put at stake. The most famous international sports-car race is that at Le Mans, France
spectator sports
plural form of spectator sport
air sports
plural form of air sport
contact sports
plural form of contact sport
cue sports
plural form of cue sport
extreme sports
plural form of extreme sport
flying sports
plural form of flying sport
sport
to mock or tease, treat lightly, toy with
sport
A sportsman; a gambler, one who consorts with less than reputable people, including prostitutes
sport
to amuse oneself, to play
sport
Any athletic activity that uses physical skills, often competitive
team sports
plural form of team sport
wheelchair sports
plural form of wheelchair sport
sport
{n} diversion, pastime, jest, game, gingle
sport
{v} to play, make merry, divert, trifle, game
Academic Sports Association
students' sports organization
League against Cruel Sports
a UK organization which wants to make killing animals for sport illegal. It is especially opposed to the sport of hunting foxes
Pan American Sports Games
Quadrennial sports festival. The games, conceived in 1940 as an event for the nations of the Western Hemisphere, were first held in 1951. Patterned after the Olympic Games and sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee, the games are conducted by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), or Organización Deportiva Panamericana (ODEPA), headquartered in Mexico City. All major international sports and several more specialized events are included in the regular program. They are held the year preceding the Olympics, in various host cities
Quokka Sports Inc.
interactive sports broadcasting company on the Internet
blood sports
sport in which animals are killed, sport that involves bloodshed (such as hunting or bullfighting)
equestrian sports
{i} sports of riding horses
extreme sports
Sports events characterized by high speed or high risk. Such sports include aggressive inline skating, wakeboarding, street luge, skateboarding, and freestyle bicycle events (wherein tricks such as back flips are performed on a bicycle). Many of the events snowboarding, skateboarding, and freestyle biking are examples are performed on ramps and inclines or in a halfpipe, some with walls as high as 50 feet, which allows the athletes to get air, or achieve the height necessary to, for example, rotate on a bicycle. Many of these sports were made popular by the X Games (championship competitions sponsored by the cable-television network ESPN). The 1998 and 2002 Olympic Games featured extreme snowboarding events in a halfpipe, in which boarders performed jumps, rotations, and mid-air maneuvers
field sports
outdoor sports
field sports
sports that happen in the countryside, such as hunting, shooting, and fishing
motor sports
{i} automobile racing
sport
play boisterously; "The children frolicked in the garden"; "the gamboling lambs in the meadows"; "The toddlers romped in the playroom"
sport
That with which one plays, or which is driven about in play; a toy; a plaything; an object of mockery
sport
to bear a mark or wound with embarrassment
sport
Soldier Portable-System Repair Tool
sport
Play; idle jingle
sport
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
sport
(Maine colloquial) temporary summer resident of inland Maine
sport
A sportsman; a gambler
sport
{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)
sport
Somebody who behaves or reacts in an admirable manner, a good sport
sport
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
sport
See Sporting plant, under Sporting
sport
suitable for use in athletic activities
sport
Diversion of the field, as fowling, hunting, fishing, racing, games, and the like, esp
sport
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
sport
A person who exhibits either good or bad sportsmanship
sport
A change which sometimes occurs in an established cultivar This may involve growth characteristics or mopre usefully a change in colour
sport
Mock; mockery; contemptuous mirth; derision
sport
verbal wit (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously); "he became a figure of fun"
sport
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
sport
To trifle
sport
To play; to frolic; to wanton
sport
A toy; a plaything; an object of mockery
sport
That which diverts, and makes mirth; pastime; amusement
sport
someone who engages in sports
sport
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
{f} frolic, play; engage in sports; ridicule; trifle, joke, tease; show off, display ostentatiously
sport
wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat"
sport
See Sport, n
sport
(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
sport
Gaming for money as in racing, hunting, fishing
sport
To exhibit, or bring out, in public; to use or wear; as, to sport a new equipage
sport
to wear (something) with pride
sport
To give utterance to in a sportive manner; to throw out in an easy and copious manner; with off; as, to sport off epigrams
sport
when money is staked
sport
the NORBA race catagory between beginner and expert
sport
To practice the diversions of the field or the turf; to be given to betting, as upon races
sport
(biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration
sport
– an individual arising from the result of mutation or chimeral rearrangement that is genotypically or phenotypically different from the original individual
sport
an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
sport
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
sport
An amorous dalliance
sport
To represent by any knd of play
sport
A variation or mutation that occurs within the plant and differs from the rest of the plant
sport
To divert; to amuse; to make merry; used with the reciprocal pronoun
sport
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
sport
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
sport
the occupation of athletes who compete for pay
sport
A naturally occurring, spontaneous genetic change in a plant
sport
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
team sports
{i} sports that are played between rival teams (such as: basketball, baseball, soccer, etc.)
water sports
sports that you play in water
water sports
{i} aquatic sports, athletic activities or sport or other activities carried out on water; (Sexual Slang) sexual activity that involves urination or urine, urophilia, sexual arousal or sexual urge that involve urine
winter sports
sports which are played during the winter season
winter sports
Winter sports are sports that take place on ice or snow, for example skating and skiing. sports that are done on snow or ice, such as skiing
sports

    Türkische aussprache

    spôrts

    Aussprache

    /ˈspôrts/ /ˈspɔːrts/

    Etymologie

    [ 'spOrt, 'sport ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English, to divert, disport, short for disporten.

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