strewn

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Englisch - Türkisch
dağıtılmış
dağılmış

Onun giysileri odanın her yanına dağılmış ve şapkasını yatağın dibinde buldu. - Her clothes were strewn about the room, and she found her hat at the foot of the bed.

{f} dağıt
f., bak. strew
kapla/saç
strewn with
ile mayınları
strew
saçmak
strew
serpmek
strew
serpiştirmek
strew
yayarak kaplamak
strew
{f} dağıtmak
strew
yaymak
strew
dağıt
path strewn with roses
yolu gül ile mayınları
strew
neşretmek
strew
kapla/saç
Englisch - Englisch
If a place is strewn with things, they are lying scattered there. The front room was strewn with books and clothes The riverbed was strewn with big boulders. Strewn is also a combining form. a litter-strewn street. a rock-strewn hillside
past participle of to strew
being distributed here and there without order; "scattered leaves littered the sidewalk"; "don't forget to pick up the clothes lying strewn all over the floor"
(used with `with' or in combination) covered by or as if by something scattered over or on; "the forest floor strewn with boulders"; "the petal-strewn aisle"
of Strew
{s} scattered, sprinkled; spread over or covering a surface; disseminated, distributed
Strewn is the past participle of strew
strew
To distribute objects or pieces of something over an area, especially in a random manner

Sweet flower, with flowers thy bridal bed I strew.

strew
{v} to scatter, spread by scattering, cast
path strewn with roses
lucky path, easy path
strew
spread by scattering "straw"
strew
cover; be dispersed over; "Dead bodies strewed the ground" spread by scattering ("straw" is archaic); "strew toys all over the carpet
strew
To scatter; to spread by scattering; to cast or to throw loosely apart; used of solids, separated or separable into parts or particles; as, to strew seed in beds; to strew sand on or over a floor; to strew flowers over a grave
strew
cover; be dispersed over; "Dead bodies strewed the ground"
strew
To cover more or less thickly by scattering something over or upon; to cover, or lie upon, by having been scattered; as, they strewed the ground with leaves; leaves strewed the ground
strew
To strew things somewhere, or to strew a place with things, means to scatter them there. The racoons knock over the rubbish bins in search of food, and strew the contents all over the ground An elderly woman was strewing the floor with French chalk so that the dancing shoes would not slip By the end, bodies were strewn all round the headquarters building
strew
To spread abroad; to disseminate
strew
spread by scattering ("straw" is archaic); "strew toys all over the carpet"
strew
{f} scatter, sprinkle; spread or cover a surface; be scattered or spread over a surface; disseminate, distribute
strew
To distribute small particles of something
strew
is archaic; "strew toys all over the carpet
trash-strewn
littered, covered with garbage
strewn

    Türkische aussprache

    strun

    Aussprache

    /ˈstro͞on/ /ˈstruːn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'strü ] (transitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English strewen, strowen, from Old English strewian, strEowian; akin to Old High German strewen to strew, Latin struere to heap up, sternere to spread out, Greek stornynai.

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