stalk

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} sinsice izlemek

Facebook sayesinde, sinsice izlemek artık birkaç özverili hayranın kalesi değildir ama yoğun ev kadını için bile oldukça uygun bir yüksek otomasyonlu görevdir. - Thanks to Facebook, stalking is no longer the bastion of a few devoted enthusiasts, but a highly automated task convenient enough even for the busy housewife.

Linda Dan'i onu sinsice izlemekle suçladı. - Linda accused Dan of stalking her.

{i} sap

Tom'un ihtiyacı olan son şey başka bir sapık. - The last thing Tom needs is another stalker.

Sami'nin sapığı hapiste. - Sami's stalker is in prison.

{f} sessizce yaklaşmak
{f} ağır adımlarla yürümek
{i} gizlice sokulma
{f} kol gezmek
{f} uzun bacaklı su kuşu gibi yürümek
{f} uzun adımlarla yürümek
{i} yaprak sapı
sak
{i} tüy sapı
(Tarım) anız
azametle yürümek
{f} sezdirmeden yaklaşıp yakala
{i} gövde
yakalamak
sezdirmeden izleyip avlamak
(fiil) sessizce yaklaşmak, gizlice sokulmak, kol gezmek, sinsice izlemek, ağır adımlarla yürümek, azametle yürümek, sarmak (hayaletler vb.)
x süzül/kibirle yürü/avla
{f} ava yaklaşır gibi yürümek
sarmak sezdirmeden izleyip avlamak
{f} gizlice sokulmak
{i} kadeh ayağı
{f} sarmak (hayaletler vb.)
ağır adımlarla y
{f} sezdirmeden (ava) yaklaşmak
{i} (bitkiye ait) sap
{i} azametli yürüyüş
çöp
(Tarım) ekin anızı
stalk fibre
sak lifi
stalk control
Kara taşıtlarında sinyal, silecek, far vb çalıştırmaya yarayan kol. Sinyal kontrolü, silecek kontrolü
stalk control
(Endüstri) sinyal kolu (otomotiv ürünlerinde)
stalk fiber
(Tekstil) sak lifi
stalk switch
(Otomotiv) düz gidiş düğmesi
having a stalk
saplı
sheathed stalk
gizlice yaklaşma
stalked
saplı
stalkless
sapsız
stalkless
kulpsuz
tough stalk
dayanıklı sap
Stalker
(Argo) tacizci

Facebook Stalker.

celery stalk
kereviz sapı
devoid of stalk or peduncle
sap ya da beyin sapı yoksun
furnished with leaves; leafy; as, a foliate stalk
yaprakları ile döşenmiş, yapraklı, gibi, bir yaprak haline getirmek sap
having a peduncle or stalk
Bir çiçek sapı veya sapı olan
leaf stalk
yaprak sapı
stalker
Birilerini, özellikle bir ünlüyü hastalık derecesinde, tedirgen edecek şekilde takip ve rahatsız eden kişi
corn stalk
uzun boylu ve kıvrak kimse
corn stalk
mısır sapı
corn stalk
buğday sapı
eye stalk
(Denizbilim) göz sapı
form of stalk
sap şekli
stalked
(sıfat) saplı
stalker
ava sokulan avcı
stalker
iz süren avcı
stalker
avcı
stalkless
(sıfat) sapsız
stalky
çöp gibi
stalky
{s} dayanıksız
stalky
{s} saplı
Englisch - Englisch
To approach slowly and quietly in order not to be discovered when getting closer
A hunt
To walk haughtily
A particular episode of trying to follow or contact someone
To (try to) follow or contact someone constantly, often resulting in harassment
The longish piece that supports the seed-carrying parts of a plant
{v} to walk proudly, to strut
{n} a proud step, strut, stem of a plant
a stiff or threatening gait the act of following prey stealthily a hunt for game carried on by stalking or waiting in ambush a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ walk stiffly go through (an area) in search of prey; "stalk the woods for deer
That portion of the rotating structure of a turret that extends down into the ship
The stem supporting the leaf, flower, or flower cluster
An iron bar with projections inserted in a core to strengthen it; a core arbor
The peduncle of the eyes of decapod crustaceans
describes teas with presence of red stalk pieces from a hard plucking
The petiole, pedicel, or peduncle, of a plant
A high, proud, stately step or walk
If you stalk a person or a wild animal, you follow them quietly in order to kill them, catch them, or observe them carefully. He stalks his victims like a hunter after a deer. = track
The word is used, however, especially by the poets, to express dignity of step
To walk behind something as a screen, for the purpose of approaching game; to proceed under clover
{i} stem of a plant
walk stiffly
If you stalk somewhere, you walk there in a stiff, proud, or angry way. If his patience is tried at meetings he has been known to stalk out
{f} follow, shadow, pursue stealthily; walk stiffly and proudly, strut
a stiff or threatening gait
a hunt for game carried on by stalking or waiting in ambush
follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to; "her ex-boyfriend stalked her"; "the ghost of her mother haunted her"
When an animal sneaks up on another to attack it, we say that it stalks its prey So, if a tiger is sneaking up on a boar, we say that it is stalking its prey
The act or process of stalking
on a male flower, the portion of the stamen that supports the anther
material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
The narrow part of a leaf joining the blade to the plant-stem; also called the petiole
Stem-like organ joining a leaf , flower, flowerhead or inflorescence to the stem of a plant
To approach under cover of a screen, or by stealth, for the purpose of killing, as game
One of the two upright pieces of a ladder
A stem or peduncle, as of certain barnacles and crinoids
go through (an area) in search of prey; "stalk the woods for deer"
a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ
If someone stalks someone else, especially a famous person or a person they used to have a relationship with, they keep following them or contacting them in an annoying and frightening way. Even after their divorce he continued to stalk and threaten her. + stalking stalk·ing The Home Secretary is considering a new law against stalking
The stalk of a flower, leaf, or fruit is the thin part that joins it to the plant or tree. A single pale blue flower grows up from each joint on a long stalk. corn stalks. = stem
A short supporting axis of a plant, as between a stem and the base of a leaf, as between the root crown and the point where multiple branches diverge Often used as equivalent of axis or branch or stem
To walk with high and proud steps; usually implying the affectation of dignity, and indicating dislike
A nonliving bacterial appendage produced by the cell and extending from it (See 490)
What remains of a grape bunch, without the grapes
That which resembes the stalk of a plant, as the stem of a quill
The narrow basal portion of the abdomen of a hymenopterous insect
The stem or main axis of a plant; as, a stalk of wheat, rye, or oats; the stalks of maize or hemp
To walk slowly and cautiously; to walk in a stealthy, noiseless manner; sometimes used with a reflexive pronoun
the act of following prey stealthily
An ornament in the Corinthian capital resembling the stalk of a plant, from which the volutes and helices spring
the stem of a leaf, flower or moss capsule
stalk-like
resembling a stalk, similar to a stalk
Google stalk
To enter a person's name into the search engine Google to find personal information about them
jade stalk
The penis, especially in reference to sex. Used in East Asian literature

Then he inserts the Jade Stalk in her interior. The Art of Sexuality in China. Treatises.

stalker
Any of various devices for removing the stalk from plants during harvesting
stalker
A person who engages in stalking. Originally meant a tracker and hunter or guide of game
stalker
A person who secretly follows someone, sometimes with unlawful intentions
stalking
Present participle of stalk
stalky
Long and thin, like a stalk of a plant
stalky
Of a plant, having stalks
stalker
A stalker is someone who keeps following or contacting someone else, especially a famous person or a person they used to have a relationship with, in an annoying and frightening way. someone who follows and watches another person over a period of time in a way that is very annoying or threatening
stalking
the crime of following and watching someone over a period of time in a way that is very annoying or threatening
stalking
A form of harassment designed to intimidate, torment and cause fear in another person •Domestic Violence
stalky
{a} hard like a stalk, resembling a stalk
hypophyseal stalk
the funnel-shaped stalk connecting the pituitary gland to the hypothalamus
individual stalk
silent and cautious movement of individuals whose purpose is to surprise the enemy
stalked
past of stalk
stalked
Having a stalk or stem; borne upon a stem
stalked
{s} having a stalk, having a stem
stalked
having or growing on or from a peduncle or stalk; "a pedunculate flower"; "a pedunculate barnacle is attached to the substrate by a fleshy foot or stalk"
stalked
Having a stalk or stem. Often used in combination: long-stalked; short-stalked
stalker
A person who stalks game
stalker
someone who stalks game someone who walks with long stiff strides
stalker
A kind of fishing net
stalker
{i} hunter, one who pursues prey in a stealthy manner; harasser, one who follows another person in order to harass or intimidate
stalker
A person who secretly follows someone, especially someone famous, sometimes with unlawful intentions
stalker
someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions
stalker
someone who stalks game
stalker
someone who walks with long stiff strides
stalker
One who stalks
stalkers
plural of stalker
stalking
a hunt for game carried on by stalking or waiting in ambush
stalking
moving silently and deliberately; especially pursuing stealthily and persistently; "we watched the stalking tiger approach his prey"; "a stalking specter on the castle walls at midnight
stalking
Stalking is pattern of crime over time "It is a willful, malicious and repeated following and harassment combined with the credible threat, intended to make the victim fear death or serious injury "Different types of stalkers: Erotomania - Stranger to Stranger: waitresses, nurses, actors The predator is having as relationship their minds and fall in obsessive love with the prey Relationship (DV) - domestic violence stalking Narcissistic injury - religious, anti government, gang related stalking
stalking
the act of following prey stealthily
stalking
The crime of following or harassing another person, causing him or her to fear death or injury
stalking
Information about federal stalking laws and laws in other states
stalking
Hunting for game by moving silently and stealthily or by waiting in ambush
stalkless
{s} lacking a stalk, stemless
stalkless
Having no stalk
stalkless
attached directly by the base; not having an intervening stalk; "sessile flowers"; "the shell of a sessile barnacle is attached directly to a substrate"
stalks
plural of stalk
stalks
third-person singular of stalk
stalky
A somewhat green taste and aroma, reminiscent of grape stems or vines, or possibly underripe grapes
stalky
Similar to stemmy, but exhibits more of a fibrous quality Smells and tastes of grape or vegetal stems, or has leaf- or hay-like aromas
stalky
Hard as a stalk; resembling a stalk
stalky
Smells and tastes of grape stems or has leaf- or hay-like aromas
yolk stalk
A narrow ductlike part that connects the yolk sac to the middle of the digestive tract of an embryo
yolk stalk
{i} (Medicine) narrow tube that connects the yolk sac with the midgut of the embryo
stalk

    Türkische aussprache

    stôk

    Aussprache

    /ˈstôk/ /ˈstɔːk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'stok ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English stalke, diminutive of stale 'ladder upright, stalk', from Old English stalu 'wooden upright', from Proto-Germanic *stalōn (compare Middle Low German stal, stale 'chair leg'), variant of *steluz, stelōn 'stalk' (compare Old English stela, Dutch steel, German Stiel, Danish stilk), from Proto-Indo-European *stel- (compare Welsh telm 'frond', Ancient Greek stélos 'beam', Old Armenian ստեղն (stełn) 'trunk, stalk').

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    stalk off

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