yearling

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Englisch - Türkisch
bir yıllık
bir yaşındaki hayvan yavrusu
bir yıllık bitki
{i} bir yaşındaki taylar yarışı
{i} bir yaşında hayvan yavrusu
yavru hayvan
bir yaşındaki
bir yaşında hayvan
bir yıllık yavru
year
sene

Geçen sene kurulan lunapark sağolsun şehir popüler oldu. - Thanks to the amusement park built last year, the city has become popular.

Babası geçen sene ölmüş. - His father died last year.

year
yıl

O üç yıldır Japonya'da. - He has been in Japan for three years.

Kasabayı ziyaret edenler yıldan yıla artıyor. - Visitors to that town increase in number year by year.

yearling wool
(Tekstil) ilk kırkım yünü
Year
(Hukuk) Month
year
(Askeri) yıl Z

Boston geçen yıl ziyaret ettiğim şehirlerden sadece biri. - Boston is just one of the cities I visited last year.

Gelecek yıl zor olacak. - Next year will be tough.

year
{i} yaş

Sam Tom'dan iki yaş küçük. - Sam is two years younger than Tom.

Benim babam sadece on beş yaşında. - My father is only fifteen years old.

year
her zaman

Her zaman gelecek yıl vardır. - There's always next year.

Beş yaşındaki kızım kreşe her zaman mutlu ve enerji dolu gider. - My five year old daughter always goes to kindergarten happy and full of energy.

year
daima

Ruslar Fransız yollarını kopyalar, ancak daima elli yıl sonra. - The Russians copy the French ways, but always fifty years later.

plural of yearling
bir yaşındaki çoğul
year
senek
year
ihtiyarlık
year
year after year her sene
year
a year and a daybir sene bir gün
year
year in year out seneden seneye daima
year
year by year seneden seneye
year
bir gezegenin güneş etrafinda döndüğü müddet
year
zaman

On yıl uzun bir zamandır. - Ten years is a long time.

Geçen yıl yaklaşık bu zaman çok fazla kar vardı. - We had a lot of snow about this time last year.

Englisch - Englisch
an animal that is between one and two years old
a racehorse that is considered to be one year old until a subsequent January 1st
a young animal past its first year and not yet two years old
{n} a beast a year old
{a} being a year old
Twelve to eighteen months of age
An animal one year old, or in the second year of its age; applied chiefly to cattle, sheep, and horses
an animal in its second year a racehorse considered one year old until the second Jan
1 following its birth
a racehorse considered one year old until the second Jan 1 following its birth
An animal of either sex of 12-20 months of age: the term is used loosely
an animal in its second year
an animal that is between one and two years old (Morris 1992)
an animal, especially a young horse, between one and two years old
Juvenile anadromous fish that are one year old or older This term is used primarily to refer to juvenile salmon such as coho or spring chinook or steelhead that become smolts and migrate from freshwater production areas to the ocean at an age of one or more years Also referred to as chinook 1 Spring chinook refers to the season when adults migrate upstream
a young child
{i} one-year old (often of animals)
year
The time it takes for any planetary body to make one revolution around another body

Mars goes around the sun once in a Martian year, or 1.88 Earth years.

year
A level or grade in school or college

The exams in year 12 at high school are the most difficult.

year
{n} the space of twelve calender months
Year
yr
year
n A period of three hundred and sixty-five disappointments
year
The time of the apparent revolution of the sun trough the ecliptic; the period occupied by the earth in making its revolution around the sun, called the astronomical year; also, a period more or less nearly agreeing with this, adopted by various nations as a measure of time, and called the civil year; as, the common lunar year of 354 days, still in use among the Mohammedans; the year of 360 days, etc
year
Factor
year
MONTH STATION
year
Annus magnus The Chaldaic astronomers observed that the fixed stars shift their places at about the rate of a degree in seventy-two years, according to which calculation they will perform one revolution in 25,920 years, at the end of which time they will return to their “as you were ” This revolution of the fixed stars is the annus magnus The Egyptians made it 30,000 years, and the Arabians 49,000 (See Abulhasan's Meadows of Gold ) For a year and a day In law many acts are determined by this period of time- e g if a person wounded does not die within a year and a day, the offender is not guilty of murder; if an owner does not claim an estray within the same length of time, it belongs to the lord of the manor; a year and a day is given to prosecute appeals, etc
year
a period of time occupying a regular part of a calendar year that is used for some particular activity; "a school year"
year
H8141 shaneh, (in plur only), shaw-neh'; or (fem ) shanah, shaw-naw'; from H8138; a year (as a revolution of time): -- + whole age, X long, + old, year (X -ly)
year
This is a spell Duration Spells with a Year duration last until the fourth equinox or solstice after casting
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For IFTA fuel tax purposes, the license year is January to December
year
donkey's years: see donkey. Time required for the Earth to travel once around the Sun, slightly less than 365 1 4 days. This fractional number makes necessary the periodic adjustment of days in any calendar that is to be kept in step with the seasons. In the Gregorian calendar, a common year contains 365 days, and every fourth year is a leap year of 366 days except for any year that is divisible by 100 but not divisible by 400 (e.g., 1900 was not a leap year). Year III Constitution of the Year VIII Five Year Plans light year New Year's Day Year 2000 bug Hundred Years' War Seven Years' War Thirty Years' War
year
The year the season occured
year
Earth or Mars) to make a complete revolution around the sun; "a Martian year takes 687 of our days" a period of time containing 365 (or 366) days; "she is 4 years old"; "in the year 1920" a period of time occupying a regular part of a calendar year that is used for some particular activity; "a school year
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If you say something happens all year round or all the year round, it happens continually throughout the year. Town gardens are ideal because they produce flowers nearly all year round Drinking and driving is a problem all the year round
year
amount of time it takes the Earth to go around the sun -- " because it is assumed to be the current year " (224)
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Earth or Mars to make a complete revolution around the sun; "a Martian year takes 687 of our days"
year
TRADITIONAL MODERN YEAR TRADITIONAL MODERN
year
Year valid for the map Validity is almost always based on year of aerial photography, satellite imagery or field checks
year
el a?o; last year, el a?o pasado
year
If something happens year after year, it happens regularly every year. Regulars return year after year
year
a body of students who graduate together; "the class of '97"; "she was in my year at Hoehandle High"
year
The proposed year of construction for a funded project
year
A period between set dates that mark a year, from January 1 to December 31 by the Gregorian calendar
year
A unit of time One year equals the time required (period) for the Earth to complete one orbit around the sun One year equals 365 242 2 days
year
Age, or old age; as, a man in years
year
A Julian year, exactly 365.25 days, represented by "a"
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a period of time containing 365 (or 366) days; "she is 4 years old"; "in the year 1920"
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If something changes year by year, it changes gradually each year. This problem has increased year by year The department has been shrinking year by year because of budget cuts
year
A year is a period of twelve months or 365 or 366 days, beginning on the first of January and ending on the thirty-first of December. The year was 1840 We had an election last year. the number of people on the planet by the year 2050. see also leap year
year
The year the publication was published
year
A period of one revolution of the earth around the sun
year
For centuries, Egyptians employed two separate calendars: a lunar calendar that spanned 12 lunar cycles (and thus was about 11 days shorter than our solar year) and a 365-day solar calendar that included 12 months, each with three 10-day weeks The 365-day calendar was the world's first calendar based on the true length of the year In 46 BC, Julius Caesar used the Egyptian solar calendar as the basis for a reformed Roman calendar; with minor revisions, this calendar is still used today The solar year began with the appearance of Sirius, around the time of the summer solstice and the onset of the annual flood Believed to the embodiment of the goddess Isis, Sirius was viewed as "a feminine sun that coaxes the Nile out of its source hole to provide life to living people "
year
The time in which any planet completes a revolution about the sun; as, the year of Jupiter or of Saturn
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A school year or academic year is the period of time in each twelve months when schools or universities are open and students are studying there. In Britain and the United States, the school year starts in September. the 1990/91 academic year The twins didn't have to repeat their second year at school
year
Stored as
year
emphasis You can use years to emphasize that you are referring to a long time. I haven't laughed so much in years It took me years to fully recover = age see also calendar year, fiscal year
year
A scheduled part of a calendar year spent in a specific activity
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(optional) The year of publication
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All forward years are calendar years
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the period of time that it takes for a planet (as, e g , Earth or Mars) to make a complete revolution around the sun; "a Martian year takes 687 of our days"
year
{i} period of 12 months, period of 365 days
year
Until 1751/52 the year ran from 25th March to 24th March following
year
Heb shanah, meaning "repetition" or "revolution" (Gen 1: 14; 5: 3) Among the ancient Egyptians the year consisted of twelve months of thirty days each, with five days added to make it a complete revolution of the earth round the sun The Jews reckoned the year in two ways, (1) according to a sacred calendar, in which the year began about the time of the vernal equinox, with the month Abib; and (2) according to a civil calendar, in which the year began about the time of the autumnal equinox, with the month Nisan The month Tisri is now the beginning of the Jewish year
year
means 360 days, for the purpose of complying with the service requirements of this part
year
You can refer to someone who is, for example, in their first year at school or university as a first year. The first years and second years got a choice of French, German and Spanish
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A year is any period of twelve months. The museums attract more than two and a half million visitors a year She's done quite a bit of work this past year The school has been empty for ten years
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In common usage, the year consists of 365 days, and every fourth year (called bissextile, or leap year) of 366 days, a day being added to February on that year, on account of the excess above 365 days (see Bissextile)
year
A calendar year, unless otherwise expressed; equivalent to the words YEAR OF OUR LORD
year
a period of time occupying a regular part of a calendar year that is used for some particular activity; "a school year
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A financial or business year is an exact period of twelve months which businesses or institutions use as a basis for organizing their finances. He announced big tax increases for the next two financial years The company admits it will make a loss for the year ending September
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Year is used to refer to the age of a person. For example, if someone or something is twenty years old or twenty years of age, they have lived or existed for twenty years. He's 58 years old I've been in trouble since I was eleven years of age This column is ten years old today
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The time it takes the Earth to complete one revolution of the Sun (between 365.24 and 365.26 days depending on the point of reference)
year
A year of game time is a standardized unit of time that is constant throughout the universe All distances and star system coordinates are expressed in light years, and all speeds expressed as fractions of the speed of light Thus, for the purposes of mathematical calculations, the speed of light is equal to 1
year
the period of time that it takes for a planet as, e
yearlings
plural of yearling
yearling
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