urchin

listen to the pronunciation of urchin
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} deniz kestanesi

Deniz kestanesi sümüksü dokuya sahiptir. - Sea urchin has a slimy texture.

Mary bir deniz kestanesidir. - Mary is a sea urchin.

bacaksız
yumurcak
alacan
haşarı çocuk
afacan
denizkestanesi

Sen hiç Denizkestanesi yedin mi? - Have you ever eaten sea urchin?

afacan çocuk
{i} yaramaz çocuk
{i} sokak çocuğu

Tom bir sokak çocuğu. - Tom is a street urchin.

{i} kirpi
mahalle çocuğu
urchin cut
alagarson
street urchin
göbel
sea urchin
denizkestanesi

Sen hiç Denizkestanesi yedin mi? - Have you ever eaten sea urchin?

urchins
Kestaneleri
sea urchin
deniz kestanesi

Erkek kardeşim deniz kestanesinin tadını sevmez. - My brother doesn't like the taste of sea urchin.

Mary bir deniz kestanesidir. - Mary is a sea urchin.

sea urchin
zool. denizkestanesi
street urchin
sokak çocuğu

Tom bir sokak çocuğu. - Tom is a street urchin.

Englisch - Englisch
A mischievous child
A hedgehog
street kid, a child from a poor neighborhood
a roguish, mischievous boy
{n} a hedgehog, brat, child in anger
A mischievous elf supposed sometimes to take the form a hedgehog
A sea urchin
An urchin is a young child who is dirty and poorly dressed. We were in the bazaar with all the little urchins watching us. see also sea urchin. a poor dirty untidy child sea urchin (urchin (13-20 centuries), from herichon, from ericius)
n See munchkin
n See {munchkin}
A type of echinoderm invertebrate, related to sea stars, shaped like a ball and protected by long, sharp spines Often called a "sea urchin "
the hedge-hog
poor and often mischievous city child
See Sea urchin
Rough; pricking; piercing
One of a pair in a series of small card cylinders, arranged around a carding drum; so called from its fancied resemblance to the hedgehog
{i} mischievous child; hedgehog; sea urchin
A pert or roguish child; now commonly used only of a boy
street kid, a child from from a poor neighborhood
nano-urchin
a dense cluster of nanotubes having a form resembling a sea urchin, especially one made from vanadium oxides
sea urchin
Any of many marine echinoderms, of the class Echinoidea, commonly found in shallow water, having a complex chewing structure named Aristotle's lantern
sea-urchin
Attributive form of sea urchin

sea-urchin look.

street urchin
A child who lives, or spends most of their time, in the streets; often a petty thief or pickpocket
edible sea urchin
a sea urchin that can be eaten
heart urchin
sea urchin having a heart-shaped body in a rigid spiny shell
sea urchin
spherical sea creature with a spiny exterior
sea urchin
A sea urchin is a small round sea creature that has a hard shell covered with sharp points. Any of various echinoderms of the class Echinoidea, having a soft body enclosed in a round, symmetrical, calcareous shell covered with long spines. Any of about 700 species (class Echinoidea) of echinoderms found worldwide. Sea urchins have a globular body covered with movable, sometimes poisonous, spines up to 12 in. (30 cm) long. Pores along the internal skeleton accommodate slender, extensible, often sucker-tipped tube feet. Sea urchins live on the seafloor and use their tube feet or spines to move about. The mouth is on the body's underside; teeth are extruded to scrape algae and other food from rocks. Some species excavate hiding places in coral, rock, or even steel. Roe of some species is eaten in certain countries
sea urchin
Any one of numerous species of echinoderms of the order Echinoidea
sea urchin
shallow-water echinoderms having soft bodies enclosed in thin spiny globular shells
street urchin
a child who spends most of his time in the streets especially in slum areas
urchins
plural of urchin
urchin
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