turf

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Englisch - Englisch
a piece of such a layer cut from the soil and used to make a lawn
To fire from a job or dismiss from a task

Eight managers were turfed after the merger of the two companies.

a sod of peat used as fuel
To throw a frisbee well short of its intended target, usually causing it to hit the ground within 10 yards of its release
the territory claimed by a person, gang, etc. as their own
to create a lawn by laying turfs
a racetrack; or the sport of racing horses
a layer of earth covered with grass; sod
To cancel a project or product

The company turfed the concept car because the prototype performed poorly.

{v} to cover or adorn with turfs
{n} a clod covered with grass, peat, cloth
(The) The racecourse; the profession of horse-racing, which is done on turf or grass One who lives by the turf, or whose means of living is derived from running horses or betting on races “All men are equal on the turf and under it ”- Lord George Bentinck Turk Slave, villain A term of reproach used by the Greeks of Constantinople You young Turk, a playful reprimand to a young mischievous child
To cover with turf or sod; as, to turf a bank, of the border of a terrace
An area of grass which includes the leaves and roots as well as the rootzone, or at least part of it It may refer to an existing turf area, such as an amenity lawn, or turf which is to be laid
Someone's turf is the area which is most familiar to them or where they feel most confident. Their turf was Paris: its streets, theaters, homes, and parks = territory. to cover an area of land with turf turf out to make someone leave a place or organization, usually suddenly or roughly = kick somebody out turf somebody⇔out of. In horticulture, the surface layer of soil with its matted, dense vegetation, usually grasses grown for ornamental or recreational use. Such turf grasses include Kentucky bluegrass, creeping bent grass, fine or red fescue, and perennial ryegrass among the popular cool-season types, and Bermuda grass, zoysia grass, and St. Augustine grass among the warm-season types. Turf grasses are often grown on turf, or sod, farms. Plugs, blocks, squares, or strips are cut and transplanted to areas where they quickly establish and grow. Lawns are fine-textured turfs that are mowed regularly and closely to develop into dense, uniformly green coverings that beautify open spaces and provide sports playing surfaces (e.g., tennis lawns, golf and bowling greens, and racing turfs)
Peat, especially when prepared for fuel
and protecting the retirement system" the territory claimed by a juvenile gang as its own surface layer of ground containing a matt of grass and grass roots cover (the ground) with a surface layer of grass or grass roots
and protecting the retirement system"
range of jurisdiction or influence; "a bureaucracy chiefly concerned with turf and protecting the retirement system"
chiefly concerned with turf
from Billykins World in the Cycle of Dreams turf meant a location where an outworld character had created a gateway back to his old D&D campaign the turf was a foyer between campaigns with rules by the character and not completely by the DM of either world only characters who had earned a place of godlike powers ever found turf-gateways, and then only after creating an undeniable resonance of similar power between both DM’s campaigns see also place of power in the Cycle of Dance, any fool with a gold card can create Turf of near-absolute dominion turf is where a the Pattern allows a personality to write its own rules with no practical restrictions save one: only a Muse can give out experience points any turfholder can make recommendations for experience awards to be ratified by a Muse, but the turfholder cannot give experience without taking it from a known and defined source
Race course; horse racing; preceded by the
That upper stratum of earth and vegetable mold which is filled with the roots of grass and other small plants, so as to adhere and form a kind of mat; sward; sod
range of jurisdiction or influence; "a bureaucracy
cover (the ground) with a surface layer of grass or grass roots
a piece of peat used as fuel
the territory claimed by a juvenile gang as its own
{i} ground-level layer of matted soil and plant roots; peat for use as fuel; racetrack for horse racing; area, territory (Slang); area of influence or expertise (Slang)
the territory claimed by a juvenile gang as its own surface layer of ground containing a matt of grass and grass roots cover (the ground) with a surface layer of grass or grass roots
surface layer of ground containing a matt of grass and grass roots
Turf is short, thick, even grass. They shuffled slowly down the turf towards the cliff's edge
{f} plant grass or sod; remove from office, eject (British Slang)
turf accountant
A bookmaker (gambling)
turf accountants
plural form of turf accountant
turf bank
an area in a peat bog from which turf is cut as fuel
turf toe
an injury to the joint and connective tissue between the foot and one of the toes; frequently a sporting injury
turf war
A fight or confrontation between two divisions or parties for access to resources or capital
turf war
A dispute over territory between rival gangs
turf wars
plural form of turf war
turf battle
(also turf war) An acrimonious dispute between rival groups over territory or a sphere of influence
turf war
A bitter struggle for territory or power or control or rights; "a turf war erupted between street gangs"; "the president's resignation was the result of a turf war with the board of directors"
turf accountant
A bookmaker licensed to take bets on horse races. someone who has a business where people can bet on the results of horse races, football games etc = bookmaker
turf out
(Slang) exile someone, expel something
turf out
put out or expel from a place; "The child was expelled from the classroom"
turf out
If someone is turfed out of a place or position, they are forced to leave. We hear stories of people being turfed out and ending up on the streets The party was turfed out of office after 15 years. the right wing landslide which has turfed out the Socialist government
turf war
A turf war is a struggle between people over who controls a particular activity. Both sides say this is more than just a turf war between big and small banks
turf war
a bitter struggle for territory or power or control or rights; "a turf war erupted between street gangs"; "the president's resignation was the result of a turf war with the board of directors
turf war
A turf war is a struggle between criminals or gangs over who controls a particular area. The estate is at the centre of a bitter turf war between rival drug gangs
surf and turf
A meal that combines seafood and meat, typically shrimp and steak
A turf
scraw
on the turf
dealing with horse races
surf and turf
Seafood and beefsteak served as the main course of a meal, as in a restaurant
turfed
past of turf
turfed
Constructed from turf
turfing
The act or process of providing or covering with turf
turfs
plural of turf
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turves
A plural of turf. the plural of turf (2)
turves
of Turf
turves
plural of turf
Türkisch - Englisch
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turf

    Türkische aussprache

    tırf

    Aussprache

    /ˈtərf/ /ˈtɜrf/

    Etymologie

    [ 't&rf ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German zurba turf, Sanskrit darbha tuft of grass.

    Tempora

    turfs, turfing, turfed

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