to cut off

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Englisch - Türkisch

Çoğu kesmek istedikleri öperler. - Many kiss the hand they wish to cut off.

mahrum bırakmak
(Askeri) yakıt kesme
(Havacılık) kesme

Ne yapabilirim? O havuçları doğra. Ve parmaklarını kesmemeye çalış. - What can I do? Chop those carrots. And try not to cut off your fingers.

Çoğu kesmek istedikleri öperler. - Many kiss the hand they wish to cut off.

izole etmek
bağlantısını kesmek

Bir doktor derhal onun sol kolunu kesip çıkardı ve ağır kanamayı durdurdu. - A doctor quickly cut off his left arm and stopped the heavy bleeding.

Tom ofisin etrafında kafası kesilmiş bir tavuk gibi koşuyordu. - Tom has been running around the office like a chicken with its head cut off.

-e on para (miras) bırakmamak; cut off with: (birine, miras olarak) (gülünç bir miktarda para) bırakmak
yok etmek
mahrum etmek

you are cut off from anyone who will help you.

yolunu kesmek
imha etmek
son vermek

Ukrayna güvenlik güçleri bu iki önemli kenti birbirinden ayırmak amacıyla Donetsk ve Luhansk arasındaki kasaba ve köyleri işgal etmeye çalışıyorlar. - The Ukrainian security forces are trying to occupy the towns and villages between Donetsk and Luhansk in order to cut off those two important cities from each other.

(Askeri) YAKIT KESME: Bir tepkimeli motorun amaçlı olarak kapatılması
-i kesmek
(deyim) tessisati kesmek (elektrik,gaz,telefon). 2.ayirmak,yolu kesilmek
kesip koparmak
(deyim) donmek. cut someone off 1.telefon baglantisini kesmek. 2.ayirmak. cut sth. off
Englisch - Englisch
To interrupt (someone speaking)

That dingbat cut me off as I was about to conclude my theses.

To swerve in front of (another car)

A thermal cut-off.

To end abruptly

My phone call was cut off before I could get the information.

To isolate or remove from contact
To remove via cutting
The length of a printed image in relationship to the printing cylinder axis D Back To Top
The point in which a filter starts to gradually cut frequencies out of the sound that are above the point in a low pass filter
If you cut someone off when they are speaking, you interrupt them and stop them from speaking. `But, sir, I'm under orders to -- ' Clark cut him off. `Don't argue with me.'
to cut off your nose to spite your face: see spite see also cut-off
make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
To cut off a supply of something means to stop providing it or stop it being provided. The rebels have cut off electricity from the capital Why cut the money off?
When a defending player positions his or her body between an attacker and the defending goal The positioning should force the attacker out toward the sideline
when a defensive player keeps his body between an attacker and the defender's goal, forcing the attacker out towards the sidelines
If you cut something off, you remove it with a knife or a similar tool. Mrs Kreutz cut off a generous piece of the meat He cut me off a slice He threatened to cut my hair off
To cut someone or something off means to separate them from things that they are normally connected with. One of the goals of the campaign is to cut off the elite Republican Guard from its supplies The storm has cut us off. = isolate + cut off cut off Without a car we still felt very cut off
{f} break off, amputate, disconnect; make an incision; behead; disinherit; stop, cease; isolate
break a small piece off from; "chip the glass"; "chip a tooth"
cut off and stop; "The bicyclist was cut out by the van
A piece of roofing membrane consisting of one or more narrow plies of felt usually moped in hot to seal the edge of insulation at the end of a day's work
cease, stop; "cut the noise"; "We had to cut short the conversation"
A channel cut across the neck of a bend
remove by or as if by cutting; "cut off the ear"; "lop off the dead branch"
cut off and stop; "The bicyclist was cut out by the van"
remove surgically; "amputate limbs"
{s} incised, amputated, beheaded; broken off, disconnected; stopped, ceased
detached by cutting; "cut flowers"; "a severed head"; "an old tale of Anne Bolyn walking the castle walls with her poor cut-off head under her arm"
If you get cut off when you are on the telephone, the line is suddenly disconnected and you can no longer speak to the other person. When you do get through, you've got to say your piece quickly before you get cut off I'm going to cut you off now because we've got lots of callers waiting. = disconnect
Türkisch - Englisch
to cut off

    Türkische aussprache

    tı kʌt ôf


    /tə ˈkət ˈôf/ /tə ˈkʌt ˈɔːf/


    ... Cut off by geography are people ...
    ... has left China cut off from trading with the rest of the world. ...

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