tom

listen to the pronunciation of tom
Englisch - Türkisch
i., k.dili. erkek kedi
kotak
erkek kedi

Erkek kedimin bir güneş yanığı var. - My tomcat has a sunburn.

Erkek kedi kendini güneşlendirdi. - The tomcat sunned himself.

{i} erkek (hayvan)
Thomas adının kısası tom turkey baba hindi
Dick and Harry herkes
avam sınıfı
çeşitli hayvanların erkeği
tom turkey
erkek hindi
tom-tom
tamtam
tom-tom
darbuka
tom and jerry
Tom ve Jerry
tom boy
tom çocuk
tom cat
tom kedi
tom noddy
tom budala
Tom Thumb
cüce
Tom Thumb
parmak çocuk
tom turkey
baba hindi
peeping Tom
röntgenci

Perdeyi kapa! Caddenin karşısındaki evde yaşayan adam bir röntgenci. - Close the curtains! The guy living in the house across the street is a Peeping Tom.

peeping tom
röntgenci, şabalak

2. dünya savaşının sonlarına doğru kullanılmaya başlanan bir kelime olup, pop up çağının revaşta kelimelerindendir.

piping tom
bkz: peeping tomsee: peeping tom
Uncle Tom
beyazlara çalışan zenci [kötü]
peeping Tom
röntgenci tip
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
In the 17th century, applied as a nickname for several exceptionally large balls
A diminutive of Thomas, also used as a formal male given name
Used by 1377 as a type of a nickname for a common man
A prostitute
The male of the domesticated cat
The male of the turkey
A type of drum
A tomato (the fruit)

Toms 90p a pound.

The male of certain other animals
male turkey
diminutive of Thomas
{i} male first name (form of Thomas)
male cat
(not Tom Wulf) at who has was worked to transcribe the dictionary
male cat contemptuous name for a Black man who is abjectly servile and deferential to Whites
A tom is a male cat. An Uncle Tom. The male of various animals, especially a male cat or turkey. a tomcat (Tom male name, from Thomas). Clancy Tom Clark Tom Cruise Tom Hanks Tom Kilburn Tom Mboya Tom Mix Tom Stoppard Sir Tom Watson Tom Wolfe Tom
contemptuous name for a Black man who is abjectly servile and deferential to Whites
The male of certain animals; often used adjectively or in composition; as, tom turkey, tomcat, etc
a small, rounded peak or a piece of rising ground, as in Tom Buidhe torr - a steep, conical hill or mountain, like English 'tor' triangulation point (trig point) - a summit used as a datum point by the Ordnance Survey Shown on maps as a blue triangle with a dot in the centre and identified on the ground as a pillar of concrete or stone, usually painted white, with brass fittings on top trig point - see triangulation point tulach - a hillock or smallish hill
The knave of trumps at gleek
Doroon Colony leader
A familiar contraction of Thomas, a proper name of a man
Tom Collins
A cocktail containing containing gin, lemon juice, sugar, and a splash of soda
Tom Collinses
plural form of Tom Collins
Tom Jones
A desirable man of loose morals, prone to having sex with many women

You know he's not the king of Bedside Manor.He's not the Tom Jones who lives next door.

Tom Joneses
plural form of Tom Jones
Tom Sawyer
To convince someone to volunteer especially that which should be done oneself
Tom Sawyer
The main character of this story, a mischievous blond orphan taken in by his Aunt Polly
Tom Sawyer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer a popular 1876 novel by Mark Twain about a young boy growing up in the Antebellum South on the Mississippi River
Tom Thumb
The fictional character who is no bigger than his father's thumb and is the protagonist and hero of the fairy tale The History of Tom Thumb
Tom Tom
any similar device
Tom Tom
a particular brand of GPS system
Tom, Dick or Harry
Anybody or everybody; random or unknown people

We want the place to be accessible to any Tom, Dick or Harry that happens to find it.

tom cat
a male cat
tom cats
plural form of tom cat
tom tit
a shit
tom yam
A Thai soup flavoured with fish sauce, lemongrass, lime juice, and chillies
tom yams
plural form of tom yam
tom-tit
Petroica macrocephala, the Miromiro or New Zealand Tit, a bird of the Petroicidae (Australasian robin) family
tom-tom
A small joined pair of drums, beaten with the hands

It was voodoo, apparently, but voodoo of a more terrible sort than they had ever known; and some of their women and children had disappeared since the malevolent tom-tom had begun its incessant beating far within the black haunted woods where no dweller ventured.

tom-tom
Any cylindrical drum, with no snare; part of a drum kit
tom sawyer
the boy hero of a novel by Mark Twain
Tom Brown's Schooldays
a novel by Thomas Hughes which describes life in a 19th century British public school for upper class boys (=a private school). The main character, Tom Brown, is shown as having high moral values. Another character, Flashman, who is a cruel bully, treats Tom Brown and his friends, who are younger than Flashman, very badly (1857)
Tom Clancy
orig. Thomas Clancy born March 12, 1947, Baltimore, Md., U.S. U.S. novelist. Clancy worked as an insurance agent before beginning his writing career. His first novel was the surprise best-seller The Hunt for Red October (1984; film, 1990), which virtually created the "technothriller" genre, suspenseful novels that rely on extensive knowledge of military technology and espionage. Later successes include Red Storm Rising (1986), Patriot Games (1987; film, 1992), Clear and Present Danger (1989; film, 1994), Sum of All Fears (1991; film, 2000), and The Bear and the Dragon (2000)
Tom Clark
orig. Thomas Campbell born Sept. 23, 1899, Dallas, Texas, U.S. died June 13, 1977, New York, N.Y. U.S. jurist. He studied law at the University of Texas and entered private practice in Dallas. As a civil district attorney, he became involved in Democratic Party politics. At the U.S. Justice Department (1937-45), he worked primarily on antitrust and war-fraud cases. As U.S. attorney general (1945) he gained a reputation for his vigorous antisubversive programs and his efforts to broaden the powers of Federal Bureau of Investigation. Appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States (1949), he retained his strong views on subversive activities but was also a frequent supporter of civil liberties. He resigned in 1967 when his son, Ramsey Clark (b. 1927), was appointed U.S. attorney general
Tom Collins
A drink consisting of gin, lemon or lime juice, carbonated water, and sugar
Tom Cruise
{i} (born 1962) American movie actor, winner of Golden Globe Awards for his roles in "Jerry Maguire" and "Born on the Fourth of July
Tom Cruise
orig. Thomas Cruise Mapother IV born July 3, 1962, Syracuse, N.Y., U.S. U.S. actor. He made his screen debut in 1981 and rose to stardom as the leading man in Risky Business (1983) and Top Gun (1986). He received acclaim for his dramatic roles in The Color of Money (1986), Rain Man (1988), Born on the Fourth of July (1989), and Magnolia (1999). His other films include A Few Good Men (1992), Mission: Impossible (1996), Jerry Maguire (1996), Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut (1999), and Steven Spielberg's Minority Report (2002)
Tom Daschle
member of the United States Senate from the Democratic party, Senate minority leader
Tom Delay
member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the Republican party, House majority whip
Tom Fogerty
(1941-90) American rock singer and guitarist, member of the rock band "Credence Clearwater Revival
Tom Hanks
orig. Thomas J. Hanks born July 9, 1956, Concord, Calif., U.S. U.S. film actor. He displayed a flair for light comedy in the television series Bosom Buddies (1980-82) then became a film star in the comedies Splash (1984) and Big (1988). After winning praise for A League of Their Own (1992) and the romantic hit Sleepless in Seattle (1993), he proved himself an accomplished dramatic actor in Philadelphia (1993, Academy Award), Forrest Gump (1994, Academy Award), Apollo 13 (1995), Saving Private Ryan (1998), and Cast Away (2000). He made his debut as director and screenwriter with That Thing You Do (1996)
Tom Hanks
{i} (born 1956) American movie actor and director, actor who starred in the film "Saving Private Ryan
Tom Jones
a humorous novel by Henry Fielding about the travels, adventures, and sexual relationships of a young man, Tom Jones, whose behaviour is not always moral, but who is still likeable. It is one of the first modern English novels, and it influenced many later writers (1749)
Tom Kilburn
born Aug. 11, 1921, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, Eng. died Jan. 17, 2001, Manchester British computer scientist. His book A Storage System for Use with Binary Digital Computing Machines (1947) influenced several U.S. and Russian organizations to adopt his techniques. With Frederic C. Williams (1911-77) he designed and built the Manchester Mark I (1949), the first stored-program computer, which led to the first commercial computer, the Ferranti Mark I (1949). In 1964 he formed Britain's first university computer science department and became its first professor. See also stored-program concept
Tom Mboya
orig. Thomas Joseph Mboya born Aug. 15, 1930, Kilima Mbogo, near Nairobi, Kenya died July 5, 1969, Nairobi Kenyan political leader. During the Mau Mau rebellion (1952-56) and the period leading up to Kenyan independence (1963), the Oxford-educated Mboya headed the Kenya Federation of Labour. In 1960 he helped found the dominant Kenyan African National Union Party (KANU). After independence he served in top administrative posts in Jomo Kenyatta's government. His assassination in 1969 shocked the nation and exacerbated tensions between the dominant Kikuyu and other ethnic groups, especially Mboya's own Luo
Tom Mix
orig. Thomas Hezikiah Mix born Jan. 6, 1880, Mix Run, Pa., U.S. died Oct. 12, 1940, near Florence, Ariz. U.S. film actor. He worked as a cowhand and a deputy sheriff and served in the army and in the Texas Rangers before joining a Wild West show in 1906. He made his screen debut as a roughriding hero in 1910 and soon became a star of silent westerns. Over the years his horse, Tony, became almost as famous as Mix himself. Mix appeared in more than 200 one-and two-reelers and feature films, many of which he also produced or directed. His career declined with the coming of sound
Tom Sawyer
{i} boy hero of the book "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer
the main character in the book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) by Mark Twain, who is a brave and clever boy, but often gets into difficult or dangerous situations. His best friend is Huckleberry Finn. Sawyer, Tom
Tom Thumb
hero of folk tales; dwarf, midget
Tom Thumb
a character in a fairy tale (=a story for children in which magical things happen) who was only as big as a person's thumb
Tom Watson
in full Thomas Sturges Watson born Sept. 4, 1949, Kansas City, Mo., U.S. U.S. golfer. Watson attended Stanford University before becoming a professional golfer in 1971. He became one of the sport's dominant figures in the 1970s and early '80s, winning the British Open (1975, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1983), the Masters (1977, 1981), and the U.S. Open (1982)
Tom Wolfe
{i} (born 1931) famous award-winning American author
Tom Wolfe
orig. Thomas Kennerly Wolfe, Jr. born March 2, 1930, Richmond, Va., U.S. U.S. journalist and novelist. He earned a doctorate from Yale University and then wrote for newspapers and worked as a magazine editor, becoming known as a proponent of New Journalism, the application of fiction-writing techniques to journalism. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968) chronicles the life of a traveling group of hippies. The Right Stuff (1979; film, 1983) examines the first U.S. astronaut program. Other controversial nonfiction books attacked fashionable 1960s leftism, modern abstract art, and international architectural styles. His novel The Bonfire of the Vanities (1987; film, 1990), a novel of urban greed and corruption, was a best-seller. Wolfe's second novel, A Man in Full, was published in 1998
Tom and Jerry
A hot drink consisting of rum or another liquor, a beaten egg, milk or water, sugar, and spices. two characters in humorous cartoon films by Hanna and Barbera. Tom, who is a cat, is always chasing Jerry, who is a mouse, but Jerry is more clever than Tom and always finds ways of escaping
Tom, Dick and Harry
every person, anyone
Tom, Dick, and Harry
Anybody at all; a member of the public at large: It's not a smart idea to admit every Tom, Dick, and Harry to the party
tom and jerry
and beaten up with eggs
tom and jerry
A hot sweetened drink of rum and water spiced with cinnamon, cloves, etc
tom and jerry
hot rum toddy with a beaten egg
tom cat
A tom cat is a male cat. = tom
tom hanks
United States film actor (born in 1956)
tom next
Means to "tomorrow next " In the interbank market in Eurodollar deposits and the foreign exchange market, the value (delivery) date on a tom next transaction is the next business day
tom next
Means to "tomorrow next" In the interbank market in Eurodollar deposits and the foreign exchange market, the value (delivery) date on a tom next transaction is the next business day
tom next
In the interbank market in Eurodollar deposits and the foreign exchange market, the value (delivery) date on a Tom next transaction is the next business day Refers to ``tomorrow next ''
tom o bedlam
Formerly, a wandering mendicant discharged as incurable from Bethlehem Hospitel, Eng
tom o bedlam
hence, a wandering mendicant, either mad or feigning to be so; a madman; a bedlamite
tom thumb
a very small person an imaginary hero of English folklore who was no taller than his father's thumb
tom tom
{i} cylindrical drum beaten with the hands
tom-tom
A tom-tom is a tall narrow drum that is usually played with the hands. a tall narrow drum that you play with your hands (tamtam, from the sound it makes)
tom-tom
tenor drum: any of various drums with small heads
tom-tom drums
type of large African drums used for alerting members of the tribe and for other announcements
Uncle Tom
Derogatory name for a black person who is obsequiously servile to white authority
peeping tom
A person who watches another without the other's permission and usually without the other's knowledge, especially for the purpose of deriving sexual pleasure from the sight of the other

Reynolds contended that the Chinese was a Peeping Tom whom he caught spying on his wife one night last March while she was toweling herself after a shower.

peeping tom
voyeur: a viewer who enjoys seeing the sex acts or sex organs of others Peeping Tom is a slang term for a voyeur. It originally referred to a character in the story of Lady Godiva. Peeping Tom is a 1960 psychological horror film by the British film director Michael Powell. The film takes its title from the character 'peeping Tom' (the voyeur in the tale of Lady Godiva), and is an horrific tale of voyeurism, serial murder and child abuse
Peeping Tom
disapproval If you refer to someone as a Peeping Tom, you mean that they secretly watch other people, especially when those people are taking their clothes off. = voyeur. someone who secretly watches people, especially people who are taking off their clothes, having sex etc
Sir Tom Stoppard
a British writer of plays, born in the Czech Republic. He first became well-known for his play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and has since written many other plays (1937- ). orig. Tomas Straussler born July 3, 1937, Zlín, Czech. Czech-born British playwright. After living in East Asia with his family during World War II, he moved to England and adopted his stepfather's surname. His first play, A Walk on the Water, was televised in 1963, and he won fame with the absurdist Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1966; film, 1990). His later plays, marked by verbal brilliance, ingenious plotting, and a playful interest in pivotal historical moments, include Jumpers (1972), Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (1977; with music by André Previn), The Real Thing (1982), and Arcadia (1993). He has also written radio plays and screenplays for films such as Empire of the Sun (1987) and Shakespeare in Love (1998, Academy Award). Stoppard was knighted in 1997
Uncle Tom
character from the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe)
Uncle Tom
disapproval In the past, some black people used Uncle Tom to refer to a black man when they disapproved of him because he was too respectful or friendly towards white people. This use could cause offence. To the radical blacks of the Sixties, he was an Uncle Tom. A Black person who is regarded as being humiliatingly subservient or deferential to white people. a black person who is too respectful to white people - used to show disapproval (Uncle Tom black slave in the book Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) by Harriet Beecher Stowe)
Uncle Tom's Cabin
{i} book written by Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1852 about about slavery
every Tom, Dick and Harry
every person, anyone, every person possible
long tom
(Army slang) cannon
long tom
a long swivel cannon formerly used by the navy
mad tom
Any of several small freshwater North American catfishes of the genus Noturus, having poisonous spines and common in the east-central United States
peeping Tom
one who secretly looks in on naked women or at people having sex
peeping tom
Attacker whose attacks are based on examining network data traffic: password sniffing, for example
peeping tom
a viewer who enjoys seeing the sex acts or sex organs of others
toms
Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer, flown on Nimbus-7 and operational in 1978 - 1988
toms
Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) Launched in 1978 on board NASA's Nimbus-7 satellite, this instrument measured total column ozone in the atmosphere on a global scale for over 14 continuous years through 1993 TOMS data has been used to derive trends in total column ozone that showed decreases at all latitudes outside the tropical belt, in addition to providing data that showed the development of the ozone hole each year over Antarctica during the Austral spring
toms
-Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer: A small NASA spacecraft launched in 1996 and designed to make global measurements of atmospheric ozone
toms
Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer
toms
The Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) instrument, is managed by The Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA) From satellites such as Nimbus-7 it makes measurements of the total ozone in a column of air (from ground to space) By making 14 polar orbits each day, this single instrument provides daily maps of ozone covering most of the globe With just the one instrument circling around and around, the problems of calibration differences between sites are very much reduced With the abundance of global data, one can calculate statistics on ozone changes that are reliable and robust As of this writing, there are no TOMS instruments measuring ozone Designed to last about two years, the first TOMS, which flew on board the Nimbus 7 spacecraft (at an altitude of about 950 km), began operations in November 1978 and lasted until May 1993 The second TOMS instrument was launched in August 1991 aboard the Russian Meteor-3 spacecraft (at about 1205 km altitude); it failed in December 1994
toms
plural of tom
toms
The small drums (as little as 10 inch diameter) that mount on racks above the foot drum and the large drums (as big as 20 inch diameter) that sit on metal feet on the floor to the right of the (right-handed) drummer
uncle tom
a servile black character in a novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe
tom

    Silbentrennung

    Tom

    Türkische aussprache

    täm

    Aussprache

    /ˈtäm/ /ˈtɑːm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'täm ] (noun.) 1762. From generic use of the proper name Tom.

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