tomboy

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} erkek fatma

Mary büyüyen bir erkek fatmaydı ve arabaları ve traktörleri onarmaktan hoşlanıyordu. - Mary was a tomboy growing up and liked to repair cars and tractors.

Mary, ilkokuldayken bir erkek fatmaydı. - Mary was a tomboy when she was in elementary school.

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oğlan gibi kız
{i} erkek gibi kız
erkeksi kız
erkek Fatma/Ayşe
erkek Ayşe
tomboyish
{s} erkek gibi
tomboyish
{s} erkek fatma gibi
tomboyish
erkek tavırlı
tomboyish
{s} erkeksi
Englisch - Englisch
A girl who behaves in a typically boyish manner
{n} a wild romping girl, a mean fellow
{i} girl with boyish behavior, hoyden
A romping girl; a hoiden
a girl who behaves in a boyish manner
If you say that a girl is a tomboy, you mean that she likes playing rough or noisy games, or doing things that were traditionally considered to be things that boys enjoy. a girl who likes playing the same games as boys (Tom ( TOM) + boy)
tomboyish
Displaying behavior associated with a tomboy
tomboyish
used of boisterous girls
tomboyish
{s} describing a girl with boyish behavior
tomboyish
used of girls; wild and boisterous
tomboys
plural of tomboy
tomboy

    Silbentrennung

    tom·boy

    Türkische aussprache

    tämboy

    Synonyme

    hoyden, romp, t-bird

    Antonyme

    girly girl

    Aussprache

    /ˈtämˌboi/ /ˈtɑːmˌbɔɪ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'täm-"boi ] (noun.) 1592. First attested in 1553 when it originally meant a “boisterous boy”, later in 1579 when it came to mean an “immodest woman”, and then finally in 1592 it developed its modern meaning of a “girl who acts like a boy”; from Tom, familiar form of Thomas + boy, “male child”.

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