tickly

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} gıdık alır
{s} gıdıklanır
{s} alıngan
{s} hassas
{s} nazik
tickle
gıdıklamak
tickle
{f} gıdıklanmak
tickle
{i} gıdıklanma
tickle
gıcık

Bu sabahtan beri boğazımda bir gıcık var. Gerçekten soğuk algınlığına mı yakalandım. - I've had a tickle in my throat since this morning. Have I really caught a cold?

tickle
{f} gıdıkla

Tom onu gıdıklamaya devam etti. - Tom continued to tickle her.

Tom Mary'yi gıdıklamaya başladı. - Tom began to tickle Mary.

tickle
gıdıklama

Tom onu gıdıklamaya devam etti. - Tom continued to tickle her.

Tom Mary'yi gıdıklamaya başladı. - Tom began to tickle Mary.

tickle
{f} eğlendirmek
tickle
{f} güldürmek
tickle
{i} gıdık alma
tickle
{f} gıdıklamak: She tickled the baby's feet. Bebeğin ayaklarını gıdıkladı. That feather tickles. O tüy beni gıdıklıyor
Englisch - Englisch
Having an itchy sensation like that of being tickled
{s} ticklish, sensitive to tickling
tickle
To touch repeatedly or stroke delicately in a manner which causes the recipient to feel a usually pleasant sensation of tingling or titillation

He tickled Nancy's tummy, and she started to giggle.

tickle
A feeling resembling the result of tickling

I have a persistent tickle in my throat.

tickle
The act of tickling
tickle
To feel as if the body part in question is being tickled

My nose tickles, and I'm going to sneeze!.

tickle
To appeal to someone's taste, curiosity etc
tickle
Changeable, capricious; insecure

So tickle be the termes of mortall state, / And full of subtile sophismes, which do play / With double senses, and with false debate .

tickle
the act of tickling a cutaneous sensation often resulting from light stroking touch or stroke lightly; "The grass tickled her calves"
tickle
{a} wavering, tottering, unsteady, unstable
tickle
{v} to affect with pleasure, please, move
tickle
{i} stimulation, itching sensation caused by a light touch
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touch or stroke lightly; "The grass tickled her calves"
tickle
Liable to change; uncertain; inconstant
tickle
If a fact or a situation tickles you, it amuses you or gives you pleasure. It tickles me to see him riled The story was really funny -- it tickled me. + tickled tick·led They all sounded just as tickled
tickle
feel sudden intense sensation or emotion; "he was thrilled by the speed and the roar of the engine"
tickle
touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements
tickle
Ticklish; easily tickled
tickle
appeal to someones taste, curiosity, etc
tickle
To please; to gratify; to make joyous
tickle
To touch lightly, so as to produce a peculiar thrilling sensation, which commonly causes laughter, and a kind of spasm which become dengerous if too long protracted
tickle
{f} create an itching sensation by touching lightly
tickle
to touch someone in a pleasant manner that causes itching and usually laughing
tickle
When you tickle someone, you move your fingers lightly over a sensitive part of their body, often in order to make them laugh. I was tickling him, and he was laughing and giggling
tickle
to cause delight or amusement
tickle
To feel titillation
tickle
Wavering, or liable to waver and fall at the slightest touch; unstable; easily overthrown
tickle
a cutaneous sensation often resulting from light stroking
tickle
to feel like the body part in question is being tickled
tickle
If something tickles you or tickles, it causes an irritating feeling by lightly touching a part of your body. a yellow hat with a great feather that tickled her ear A beard doesn't scratch, it just tickles
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To excite the sensation of titillation
tickle
the act of tickling a cutaneous sensation often resulting from light stroking touch or stroke lightly; "The grass tickled her calves" touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements
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