wince

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} ürkmek
irkilme
{f} ürk
irkilmek
çekinme
acısı duyulan veya korkulan bir vuruştan ürküp çekinmek
{f} (korkunç bir manzara karşısında veya acıyla) biraz geri çekilmek/irkilmek/yüzünü buruşturmak
irkil
{i} ürkme
{f} çekinmek
boyama dolabı
boyama çıkrığı
without a wince
göz kırpmadan
at will
istediği vakit
at will
istediği gibi
at will
canı istediği zaman
at will
istediğinde
at will
istediği zaman
at will
(deyim) istedigi zaman,istedigi gibi
at will
istediğinde; istenilen zamanda
at will
istediği gibi; istenilen şekilde: The aerial can be rotated at will. Anten istenilen yöne çevrilebilir
winced
ürkmüş
wincer
geri kaçan
wincing
(Tekstil) kumaşı yıkayıp boyama
Englisch - Englisch
A sudden movement or gesture of shrinking away
To flinch as if in pain or distress
{v} to shrink from pain, kick, spurn
at will
the facial expression of sudden pain
To shrink, as from a blow, or from pain; to flinch; to start back
A reel used in dyeing, steeping, or washing cloth; a winch
If you wince, the muscles of your face tighten suddenly because you have felt a pain or because you have just seen, heard, or remembered something unpleasant. Every time he put any weight on his left leg he winced in pain Wince is also a noun. He suppressed a wince as motion renewed the pain
{f} flinch, recoil (especially from pain or fear); cringe, involuntarily make a face in response to surprise (or embarrassment, etc.)
To kick or flounce when unsteady, or impatient at a rider; as, a horse winces
{i} flinch, start; shrinking movement, recoil, cringe
a reflex response to sudden pain
The act of one who winces
a reflex response to sudden pain the facial expression of sudden pain make a face indicating disgust or dislike; "She winced when she heard his pompous speech
make a face indicating disgust or dislike; "She winced when she heard his pompous speech"
It is placed over the division wall between two wince pits so as to allow the cloth to descend into either compartment
draw back, as with fear or pain; "she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
wincingly
In such a way as to cause wincing

The speech was wincingly bad.

wincingly
While wincing

It doesn't hurt a bit, he said wincingly.

A wince
winch
winced
past of wince
wincer
{i} one who winces, one who cringes or flinches in response to fear (or pain, etc.)
wincer
One who, or that which, winces, shrinks, or kicks
winces
plural of wince
wincing
present participle of wince
wincing
with a wince
wincing
The act of washing cloth, dipping it in dye, etc
wince
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