staleness

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Englisch - Türkisch
yorgunluk
bayatlık
{i} bitkinlik
{i} yıpranmışlık
stale
bayat

Üç gündür, bayat bir sandviç, çürük bir elma ve biraz bozuk yoğurt dışında hiçbir şey yemedim. - I haven't had anything to eat for three days other than a stale sandwich, a rotten apple, and some spoiled yogurt.

O ekmek bayatlamaya başladı. - That bread has started to go stale.

stale
{s} eskimiş
stale
bayatlamak
stale
bozuk

Üç gündür, bayat bir sandviç, çürük bir elma ve biraz bozuk yoğurt dışında hiçbir şey yemedim. - I haven't had anything to eat for three days other than a stale sandwich, a rotten apple, and some spoiled yogurt.

stale
bitkin
stale
{s} vadesi geçmiş
stale
yatkın
stale
çiş (at, sığır)
stale
bayatı
stale
at veya sığır sidiği veya kaşanmas
stale
bozulmak
stale
işemek
stale
eskimek
stale
stalenessbayatlık
stale
yıpranmış
stale
tükenmiş
stale
yorgun
stale
adi
stale
bayatla/bayatlat
stale
sidik at
stale
çiş at
stale
bayağılaştırmak
stale
tazeliğini gidermek
stale
{f} işemek (sığır)
stale
kaşanmak
stale
sigir vb
stale
yıpranmış/bayat
Englisch - Englisch
The state or quality of being stale
The result or product of being stale
{n} an old or bad state, oldness, sourness
{i} lack of freshness, oldness, dryness, moldiness
unoriginality as a result of being dull and hackneyed
The property of being stale
The quality or state of being stale
having lost purity and freshness as a consequence of aging
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A person's position, especially in a battle-line

for ony stowre that ever ye see us bestadde, stondys in your stale and sterte ye no ferther.

stale
A bird used as a decoy to trap other birds
stale
An ambush
stale
A division of armed men posted in a specific place, either for an ambush or for other reasons
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Any trap or lure

Still as he went, he craftie stales did lay / With cunning traines him to entrap vnwares.

stale
A low class of prostitute (originally used as a decoy by other criminals)

I stand dishonor'd, that have gone about / To link my dear friend to a common stale .

stale
{a} old, long kept, vapid, corrupt, stinking
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{v} to make water as a horse, to wear out
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{n} urine, old beer, a handle, step, prostitute
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disapproval If you say that a place, an activity, or an idea is stale, you mean that it has become boring because it is always the same. Her relationship with Mark has become stale. The urine of certain animals, especially horses and camels
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A woman who is "no longer fresh" or who has lost her virginity
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A prostitute
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That which is stale or worn out by long keeping, or by use
stale
A stalking-horse
stale
that of beasts
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The stock or handle of anything; as, the stale of a rake
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Stale air or a stale smells is unpleasant because it is no longer fresh. A layer of smoke hung low in the stale air. the smell of stale sweat
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Stale food is no longer fresh or good to eat. Their daily diet consisted of a lump of stale bread, a bowl of rice and stale water. fresh
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Used to describe any grab where you grab the wheels of the skate
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A sector which was previously visible/scannable but is no longer so is said to be stale
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To make water; to discharge urine; said especially of horses and cattle
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No longer new; no longer interesting; established; old; as, stale news, a stale joke, etc
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A taste fault that gives the coffee brew an unpleasant taste Result of moisture and oxygen penetrating the bean fiber and adversely affecting the organic material that remains in the coffee bean, occurring in the staling process after roasting
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Old, over the hill wines which have lost their freshness without developing the positive aspects of successful aging
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A stalemate
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Just as it sounds, not fresh but dull
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no longer new; uninteresting; "cold (or stale) news"
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Worn out by use or familiarity; having lost its novelty and power of pleasing; trite; common
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Having lost its freshness from age. Stale food, for instance, is food which is still edible but has lost its deliciousness
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Urine, esp
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{f} make or become stale, dry out, spoil
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urinate, of cattle and horses
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Wines that are lifeless, having lost their fresh, lively qualities
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To make vapid or tasteless; to destroy the life, beauty, or use of; to wear out
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Not new; not freshly made; as, stele bread
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Wines that have lost their fresh, youthful qualities are called stale Opposite of fresh
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lacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new; "moth-eaten theories about race"
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{s} not fresh, moldy, spoiled; musty; trite, hackneyed; tired, weary
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Something set, or offered to view, as an allurement to draw others to any place or purpose; a decoy; a stool pigeon
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urinate, of cattle and horses showing deterioration from age; "stale bread
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showing deterioration from age; "stale bread"
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Vapid or tasteless from age; having lost its life, spirit, and flavor, from being long kept; as, stale beer
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A laughingstock; a dupe
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Wine with lifeless, stagnant qualities Usually found in wines that were kept in large vessel storage for an excessive length of time
stale
Having lost the life or graces of youth; worn out; decayed
staleness
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