yawn

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} esnemek

Kendimi esnemekten alamadım. - I couldn't help yawning.

Kendinizi esnemekten alıkoymak için en iyi yol nedir? - What's the best way to keep yourself from yawning?

{i} esneme

Kendimi esnemekten alamadım. - I couldn't stop myself from yawning.

Kendimi esnemekten alamadım. - I couldn't help yawning.

derin bir çukur açmak
{f} esne

Öksürürken, hapşırırken veya esnerken ağzınızı kapatın. - Cover your mouth when you cough, sneeze, or yawn.

Oksijenimiz azaldığında esneriz. - We yawn when we are short of oxygen.

{f} esneyerek söylemek
(Tıp) (ing) Esneme, esneyiş
{f} yarılmak
{f} derin bir çukur gibi bir boşluk/açıklık bulunmak/belirmek/açılmak: If he hadn't stopped right then, he wouldn't have seen
{f} genişlemek
{f} açılmak
(isim) esneme
yawning
{i} boşluk
yawning
{f} esne

Kendimi esnemekten alamadım. - I couldn't stop myself from yawning.

Bir toplantıda esnemek kibar değil. - Yawning in a meeting is not polite.

to grin or yawn
sırıtma veya esnemek
to yawn
esnemek için
yawning
esneyerek
cause to yawn
esnetmek
yawning
büyüyen
yawning
genişleyen
yawning
esneme

Kendimi esnemekten alamadım. - I couldn't keep myself from yawning.

Bir toplantıda esnemek kibar değil. - Yawning in a meeting is not polite.

yawning
esneyen
yawning
boşluk
yawning
(isim) esneme
Englisch - Englisch
To open the mouth widely and take a long, rather deep breath, often because one is tired and sometimes accompanied by pandiculation
The action of [[#Verb|yawning]]; opening the mouth widely and taking a long, rather deep breath, often because one is tired
To present an opening that appears able to swallow one up, literally or metaphorically:

Death yawned before us, and I hit the brakes.

{v} to gape, to open wide
{n} a gaping
utter a yawn, as from lack of oxygen or when one is tired; "The child yawned during the long performance
If you describe something such as a book or a film as a yawn, you think it is very boring. The debate was a mockery. A big yawn The concert was a predictable yawn. = bore
A gap or opening that yawns is large and wide, and often frightening. The gulf between them yawned wider than ever
An involuntary act, excited by drowsiness, etc
To open wide; to gape, as if to allow the entrance or exit of anything
To be eager; to desire to swallow anything; to express desire by yawning; as, to yawn for fat livings
utter a yawn, as from lack of oxygen or when one is tired; "The child yawned during the long performance"
Greek, chaino; German, gahnen; Anglo-Saxon, gan-ian
consisting of a deep and long inspiration following several successive attempts at inspiration, the mouth, fauces, etc
To open the mouth, or to gape, through surprise or bewilderment
The only time some married men ever get to open their mouth
{f} involuntarily open the mouth wide and inhale due to drowsiness or fatigue
being wide open
be wide open; "the deep gaping canyon"
to present an opening that appears able to swallow one up, literally or metaphorically
The act of opening wide, or of gaping
To open the mouth involuntarily through drowsiness, dullness, or fatigue; to gape; to oscitate
an involuntary intake of breath through a wide open mouth; usually triggered by fatigue or boredom; "he could not suppress a yawn"; "the yawning in the audience told him it was time to stop"; "he apologized for his ostinancy"
A cat's honest opinion openly expressed
A chasm, mouth, or passageway
to open the mouth widely and take a long, rather deep breath, often because one is tired
An honest opinion openly expressed
If you yawn, you open your mouth very wide and breathe in more air than usual, often when you are tired or when you are not interested in something. She yawned, and stretched lazily Yawn is also a noun. Rosanna stifled a huge yawn
{i} involuntary deep intake of air from drowsiness or fatigue
Technicolor yawn
An act of vomiting
multicolour yawn
vomit
multicolour-yawn
Attributive form of multicolour yawn, noun
yawner
Something unexciting or boring that induces yawning, as a book, sporting event, or performance

The game's over, and the Bills are winners in a 9-6 yawner that saw no touchdowns and sent the nation to bed early.

yawning
The action of the verb yawn
yawning
Present participle of yawn
yawning
{a} gaping, sleepy, slumbering, dull
phone-yawn
(Yeni Sözcükler) The act of taking out a cell phone from one's pocket or purse, resulting in other people in the vicinity taking out and checking their phones as well

As Harriet pulled her cell from her pocket to check for new text messages, her circle of friends phone-yawned, pulling out and checking their phones too. Not Becky; she lost her phone at the club the night before.

make a person yawn
bore someone, cause a person ennui
yawned
Simple past and past participle of to yawn
yawner
a person who yawns
yawner
{i} one who yawns; boring show, uninteresting performance (Slang)
yawner
A things that induces yawning, especially a boring book, story, or performance
yawning
with the mouth wide open indicating boredom or sleepiness; "a yawning congregation"
yawning
gaping open as if threatening to engulf someone or something; "the yawning mine shaft"; "a yawning abyss"
yawning
Wide open
yawning
{i} act of open the mouth wide and taking a deep breath (involuntarily - from tiredness or boredom)
yawning
with the mouth wide open indicating boredom or sleepiness; "a yawning congregation
yawning
The action of the verb to yawn
yawning
showing lack of attention or boredom; "the yawning congregation"
yawning
an involuntary intake of breath through a wide open mouth; usually triggered by fatigue or boredom; "he could not suppress a yawn"; "the yawning in the audience told him it was time to stop"; "he apologized for his ostinancy"
yawning
That yawns or yawn
yawningly
In a yawning manner
yawns
third-person singular of yawn
yawn
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