wicked

listen to the pronunciation of wicked
Englisch - Türkisch
kötü

Kötüleri cezalandır ve zayıfları koru. - Punish the wicked and save the weak.

Kötü şeyler yapmayın. - Don't do wicked things.

{s} harika
{s} fena
{s} ahlaksız
kötü ruhlu
şeytani
ruhunda kötülük besleyen
kötülük peşinde olan
şuluk
nefret dolu
ayıplanacak
hain
muzip
yaman
yaramaz

Pinokyo, seni yaramaz çocuk! - Pinocchio, you wicked boy!

(deyim) ilgi uyandıran fikir (amerikan, argo)
hayırsız
"the" ile kötü kişiler
tehlikeli
{s} çok kötü/fena (şey)
{s} kötücül
{s} günahkâr
çok ustalıklı
adi
habis
şeytansı
{s} aşağılık

Cinderella'nın iki aşağılık üvey kız kardeşi vardı. - Cinderella had two wicked stepsisters.

{s} kötü huylu
wickednessgünahkârlık
wickedlygünahkarca
bayağı
(Argo) çılgın
fena kalpli
günahlı
hınzır
wick
fitil
wicked life
acımasız hayat
wicked dreams
kötü rüyalar
wicked woman
kötü kadın
wick
fitil (lamba)
wickedest
en kötü
most wicked
en kötü
wickedly
günahkarca
wick
{i} fitil (lâmba vs.)
criminal; wicked; illegal
ceza, kötü; yasadışı
evil, wicked
Kötü kötü
evil; wicked; vile
evil, kötü, çirkin
morally bad man, wicked man, sinful man
ahlaken kötü adam, kötü adam, günahkar adam
shake a wicked
sallamak kötü
wick
köy
wick
{f} geçir
wick
{i} lamba
think something wicked
şeytanlık düşünmek
wick
wicking fitil maddesi
wick
(isim) fitil (lâmba vs.), fitil
wick
kasaba
wick
fitil wicked fitilli
wick
(Tıp) Yara fitili
wick
lamba,v.geçir: n.lamba
wick
{i} (mum, kandil v.b.'nde) fitil
wick
köy/fitil
wickedness
kötülük
wickedness
günahkârlık
Englisch - Englisch
Having a wick
Simple past tense and past participle of wick
people who are wickedOxford dictionary
Infested with maggots
Evil or mischievous by nature; twisted
Excellent; awesome; masterful; deeply satisfying

That was a wicked guitar solo, bro!.

Very, extremely

The band we went to see the other night was wicked loud!.

If you describe someone or something as wicked, you mean that they are rather naughty, but in a way that you find attractive or enjoyable. She had a wicked sense of humour
{a} given to vice, bad, cursed, pernicious
intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality; "severe pain"; "a severe case of flu"; "a terrible cough"; "under wicked fire from the enemy's guns"; "a wicked cough"
Having a wick; used chiefly in composition; as, a two-wicked lamp
morally bad or wrong; "evil purposes"; "an evil influence"; "evil deeds"
Cursed; baneful; hurtful; bad; pernicious; dangerous
{s} evil, bad mischievous; vicious, malicious; severe; unjustified; dangerous; unpleasant, vile
morally bad in principle or practice
You use wicked to describe someone or something that is very bad and deliberately harmful to people. She described the shooting as a wicked attack She flew at me, shouting how wicked and evil I was. = evil
Excellent; wonderful
past of wick
Evil in principle or practice; deviating from morality; contrary to the moral or divine law; addicted to vice or sin; sinful; immoral; profligate; said of persons and things; as, a wicked king; a wicked woman; a wicked deed; wicked designs
Ludicrously or sportively mischievous; disposed to mischief; roguish
past participle of wick
having committed unrighteous acts; "a sinful person"
highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust; "a disgusting smell"; "distasteful language"; "a loathsome disease"; "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"; "revolting food"; "a wicked stench"
wikke
nefast
wicke

There is no rest for the wicked. - There's no rest for the wicked.

There's no rest for the wicked. - There is no rest for the wicked.

bad lot
Wicked Witch of the West
a character in the book and film The Wizard of Oz, who is evil and ugly, and can do magic
wicked woman
evil woman, bitch, nasty woman
Wicked.
wanchancy
have one's wicked way
To have sexual intercourse
no rest for the wicked
People who are wicked must work harder than normal people
wick
The growing part of a plant nearest to the roots

Fed close? Why, it's eaten into t' hard wick. (spoken of a pasture which has been fed very close).

wick
A shot where the played stone touches a stationary stone just enough that the played stone changes direction
wick
A bundle, twist, braid, or woven strip of cord, fabric, fiber, or other porous material in a candle, oil lamp, kerosene heater, or the like, that draws up liquid fuel, such as melted tallow, wax, or the oil, delivering it to the base of the flame for conversion to gases and burning; any other length of material burned for illumination in small successive portions

Trim the wick fairly short, so that the flame does not smoke.

wick
To convey or draw off (liquid) by capillary action

The fabric wicks perspiration away from the body.

wick
Liveliness; life

I niver knew such an a thing afore in all my wick. — Ashby, 12 July 1875.

wick
A farm, especially a dairy farm
wick
A narrow opening in the field, flanked by other players' stones
wick
A village; hamlet; castle; dwelling; street; creek; bay; harbour; a place of work, jurisdiction, or exercise of authority
wick
To traverse (i.e. be conveyed by capillary action) through a wick or other porous material, as water through a sponge. Usually followed by through

The moisture slowly wicked through the wood.

wick
Any piece of porous material that conveys liquid by capillary action; e.g. a strip of gauze placed in a wound to serve as a drain
wick
To strike (a stone) obliquely; to strike (a stationary stone) just enough that the played stone changes direction
wick
Alive; lively; full of life; active; bustling; nimble; quick

I'll swop wi' him my poor dead horse for his wick. — Ballads and Songs of the Peasantry of England, page 210.

wick
A maggot
wickedly
In a wicked manner
wickedness
A wicked or sinful thing or act; morally bad or objectionable behaviour
wickedness
perversity
wick
{n} the cotton or snuff of a candle or lamp
wickedly
{a} in a wicked manner, corruptly
wickedness
{n} vice, guilt, moral ill, corruption
no peace for the wicked
(Din) "No rest for the wicked", or "No peace for the wicked", is a phrase originating from the Book of Isaiah verses 48: 22 and 57: 20-21
no rest for the wicked
(Din) "No rest for the wicked", or "No peace for the wicked", is a phrase originating from the Book of Isaiah verses 48: 22 and 57: 20-21
Haman the Wicked
aid to the Persian king Ahasuerus in the Book of Esther regarded as wicked for his attempt to destroy the entire Jewish community Shushan
wick
The porous cord that delivers liquid fuel to the base of the flame for conversion to gases for burning
wick
a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame
wick
To strike a stone in an oblique direction
wick
To convey liquid by capillary action
wick
To transmit liquid by capillary action
wick
lively, mischievous or wicked
wick
The wick of a candle is the piece of string in it which burns when it is lit
wick
{i} bundle of fibers or string used in burning a candle or an oil lamp; cloth that draws up liquid by capillary action
wick
any piece of cord that conveys liquid by capillary action
wick
A narrow port or passage in the rink or course, flanked by the stones of previous players
wick
A bundle of fibers, or a loosely twisted or braided cord, tape, or tube, usually made of soft spun cotton threads, which by capillary attraction draws up a steady supply of the oil in lamps, the melted tallow or wax in candles, or other material used for illumination, in small successive portions, to be burned
wick
A street; a village; a castle; a dwelling; a place of work, or exercise of authority; now obsolete except in composition; as, bailiwick, Warwick, Greenwick
wick
A length of fibre or cloth that feeds liquid from a reservoir to a drier end
wick
woven fiber used in some hydroponic systems to draw nutrient to a plant's roots through capillary action
wick
To hit only a small portion of a stone
wick
The wick of a paraffin lamp or cigarette lighter is the part which supplies the fuel to the flame when it is lit
wick
[1] The action of flicking or blipping the throttle rapidly
wick
Strands of asbestos twisted together and used for making asbestos rope, packing for steam valves, and as a seal for oven or furnace doors
wick
Something that transports liquid by capillary action, usually a woven string, cord, or strap
wick
Part of a passive hydroponic system using a wick suspended in the nutrient solution, the nutrients pass up the wick and are absorbed by the medium and roots
wick
a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame any piece of cord that conveys liquid by capillary action
wick
the characteristic of some fibers to absorb moisture while others do not
wickedly
very
wickedly
{s} in a wicked manner; evilly, viciously
wickedly
In a wicked manner; in a manner, or with motives and designs, contrary to the divine law or the law of morality; viciously; corruptly; immorally
wickedly
in a wicked evil manner; "act wickedly"; "grin evilly"
wickedly
in a wicked evil manner; "act wickedly"; "grin evilly
wickedly
in an evil manner
wickedness
The quality or state of being wicked; departure from the rules of the divine or the moral law; evil disposition or practices; immorality; depravity; sinfulness
wickedness
estrangement from god
wickedness
The state of being wicked; evil disposition; immorality
wickedness
morally objectionable behavior
wickedness
{i} evil; cruelty
wickedness
A wicked thing or act; crime; sin; iniquity
wickedness
absence of moral or spiritual values; "the powers of darkness"
wickedness
the quality of being wicked
wicked
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