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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} gelincik

Rusçada okşamak, sevgi ile bayağı gelincik sözcükleri eşsesli ve muhtemelen etimolojik olarak ilişkilidirler. - In Russian, the words for caress, endearment and least weasel are homonymous and possibly related etymologically.

Amerikan İngilizcesinde kakımlar, gelinciklerin bir alt kümesidir; İngiliz İngilizcesinde ise öyle değildir. - In American English, stoats are a subset of weasels, while in British English, they aren't.

anlam bozan kelime
weasel word kaçamaklı söz
sansargillerden herhangi bir hayvan
bir sö
kaçamaklı konuşmak
{i} sansar

Sansar kötü kokusuyla bilinir. - The weasel is noted for its bad smell.

weasel out of sıyrılmak
{i} kurnaz
{i} k.dili. sinsi kimse, kurnaz kimse, çakal. f
{i} (Zooloji) gelincik
weasel yüzlü
{i} paletli kar arabası
{i} sinsi kimse
{i} samur
weasel word
anlam bozucu kelime
weasel worded
anlam bozan kelimeli
weasel - suffolk slang
çakal - Suffolk argo
çakal süratli
weasel out of
{k} -den kurnazlıkla sıyrılmak
catch a weasel asleep
uykuda bir çakal yakalamak
wild weasel
(Askeri) WILD WEASEL (UÇAĞI): Elektromanyetik enerji yayan alıcıları kullanan karada üslenmiş düşman savunma sistemlerini tanımlamak, yerini saptamak ve fiziksel olarak engellemek veya imha etmek üzere özel olarak tadil edilmiş uçak
wild weasel
(Askeri) wild weasel uçağı
Englisch - Englisch
The taxonomic family Mustelidae is also called the weasel family
A devious or sneaky person or animal
Any of the carnivorous mammals of the genus Mustela, having a slender body, a long tail and usually a light brown upper coat and light-coloured belly
A type of yarn winder used for counting the yardage of handspun yarn. It most commonly has a wooden peg or dowel that pops up from the gearing mechanism after a certain number of yards have been wound onto the winder
The least weasel, Mustela nivalis
To benefit by clever or devious means, especially to escape a commitment

Prisoners are notorious for weaseling day passes to get out of lockup .

{i} carnivorous mammal having a long slender brown body with short legs and a long tail (some species in northern regions turn white in the winter); (Slang) cunning or sneaky person (derogatory)
{f} evade, escape; fool, lead astray, be ambiguous; tattle (Slang)
small carnivorous mammal with short legs and elongated body and neck
The ermine and some other species are brown in summer, and turn white in winter; others are brown at all seasons
To benefit by clever or devious means, esp. to escape a commitment (from the supposed cunningness of the weasel)
They have a slender, elongated body, and are noted for the quickness of their movements and for their bloodthirsty habit in destroying poultry, rats, etc
A weasel is a small wild animal with a long thin body, a tail, short legs, and reddish-brown fur. a small thin furry animal that kills and eats rats and birds. weaselled weaselling weaseled weaseling weasel out to avoid doing something you should do by using clever or dishonest excuses weasel out of. Any of several genera (carnivore family Mustelidae) of voracious nocturnal predators found throughout the Americas, Africa, and Eurasia. Weasels have slender bodies and necks, small flat heads, short legs, clawed toes, dense short fur, and slim pointed tails. The size and relative length of the tail vary among species. Their total length is 7-20 in. (17-50 cm), and they may weigh 1-12 oz (30-350 g). The approximately 10 New World and Eurasian species of Mustela are reddish brown; in cold regions, their winter coat turns white, and the pelt, especially of the stoat (M. erminea), is called ermine. Weasels generally hunt alone, feeding on rodents, fish, frogs, and birds' eggs
The least weasel, (Mustela nivalis)
Any one of various species of small carnivores belonging to the genus Putorius, as the ermine and ferret
weasel clause
An escape clause; a clause in a legal contract permitting one of the parties to escape ("weasel out of") its obligations under some circumstances
weasel word
A word used to qualify a statement so as to make it potentially misleading

Century Magazine, quoted in Facts on File Encyclopedia of Word and Phrase Origins by Robert Hendrickson (New York: Facts on File Publications,1987).

weasel words
plural form of weasel word
In the manner of a weasel
underhanded; shady
Similar to that of a weasel; as, a weasellike face
Similar to a weasel
weasel out
Renege on a previous promise; not keep an obligation for some not always straight reason. "I'm so tired I think I am going to weasel my way out of going to that meeting this afternoon."
weasel word
An equivocal word used to deprive a statement of its force or to evade a direct commitment. a word used instead of another word when someone wants to be less direct, honest, or clear
weasel word
an equivocal qualification; a word used to avoid making an outright assertion
weasel word
{i} word that is used to avoid a straight answer, word that is misleading or confusing
weasel worded
{s} worded in an evasive manner as to avoid a direct answer or unfit statement, hedged
weasel words
words that are used to avoid making an outright statement, words that are misleading or confusing
Patagonian weasel
A small mustelid, Lyncodon patagonicus
Siberian weasel
A rust-colored weasel, Mustela sibirica, used for its fur
least weasel
Mustela nivalis, the smallest member of the weasel genus (Mustela)
Attributive form of least weasel, noun
A weasel
A weasel
Pop Goes the Weasel
an old British song for children. It begins: Half a pound of tuppenny rice,/Half a pound of treacle;/That's the way the money goes,/Pop goes the weasel! In the US, children also know this song, but the words are: Round and round the mulberry bush,/ the monkey chased the weasel/ The monkey said 'twas all in fun/ Pop goes the weasel!
catch a weasel asleep
{f} expect to find a very diligently alert and watchful person nodding and off his guard
longtail weasel
the common American weasel distinguished by large size and black-tipped tail
new world least weasel
of Canada and northeastern United States
old world least weasel
of Europe
{s} elusively, shrewdly
plural of weasel
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von weasel im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

wild weasel uçağı
(Askeri) wild weasel