dove

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kumru
güvercin

Güvercin barışı simgeler. - The dove symbolizes peace.

Güvercin bir barış sembolüdür. - A dove is a symbol of peace.

{i} beyaz güvercin

Beyaz güvercinler güzel kuşlardır. - White doves are pretty birds.

Beyaz güvercinler güzel kuşlardır. - White doves are beautiful birds.

(Politika, Siyaset) savaş aleyhtarı
(Astronomi) güvercin (takımyıldızı)
(Politika, Siyaset) barış yanlısı
uysal kişi
Columbidae familyasından güvercin ve kumru gibi kuş
yumuşak başlı kimse
{i} barış yanlısı kimse
barışçı kimse
uysal kimse
{i} ılımlı politikacı
Columba palumbus rock dove kaya güvercini
f., bak. dive
Columba livia
barışçı
{i} pol. savaş aleyhtarı, barışçı, barış yanlısı
{i} sevgili
{i} iyilik simgesi
masumiyet ve barış sembolu
dive
{f} dalmak

Sığ suda dalmak tehlikeli. - It's dangerous to dive in shallow water.

Nehre dalmak istiyorum. - I want to dive into the river.

dove tail
güvercin kuyruğu
dove cote
güvercin cote
dove eyed
güvercin gözlü
dove gray
güvercin grisi
dove tail
kuyruk güvercin
dove eyed
(sıfat) güvercin gözlü
dove of peace
barış güvercini
dove tail
(İnşaat) zıvana
dove's foot
turnagagası [bot.]
dove's law
(Meteoroloji) dove yasası
dive
dalış

Ben çoğunlukla her gün dalış yaparım. - I dive almost every day.

En son ne zaman dalış yaptın? - When was the last time you dived?

dive
{f} dal

Pat elbiselerini çıkardı ve içeri daldı - Pat stripped off his clothes and dived in.

Kayalıktan dalış yapmak istiyorum. - I want to dive off the cliff.

dive
{f} atlamak
dive
pike
dive
atlama
dive
düşmek
dive
azalmak
dive
{i} dalma

Nehre dalmak istiyorum. - I want to dive into the river.

Tom on üç yaşındayken dalmayı öğrendi. - Tom learned to dive when he was thirteen.

dive
(Havacılık) balıklama atlayış
dive
balıklama atlamak
dive
su altına dalmak
dovish
güvercin gibi
dovish
yatıştırıcı
dovish
güvercine ait
dovish
barışçı
gentle as a dove
(deyim) halim selim
laughing dove
küçük kumru
rock dove
columba livia
stock dove
üveyik
stock dove
gökçe güvercin
stock dove
mavi güvercin
dive
cummak
dive
dalış yapmak

Kayalıktan dalış yapmak istiyorum. - I want to dive off the cliff.

dive
batakhane
dive
(suya) balıklama atlamak
dive
(aşağı doğru) hızla hareket etmek
stock dove
yabani güvercin
turtle dove
kumru
turtle dove
üveyik
a dove
Bir güvercin
dive
divek
dive
dalar
doves
güvercinler

Beyaz güvercinler güzel kuşlardır. - White doves are beautiful birds.

Kaplumbağa güvercinleri ayçiçeği tohumlarını çok seviyorlar. - Turtle doves have a great liking for sunflower seeds.

like a dove; peaceful, conciliatory
gibi bir güvercin;, uzlaşmacı barışçıl
stock dove
stok güvercin
dive
{f} suya dal

Tom Mary'nin suya dalışını izledi. - Tom watched Mary dive into the water.

Mayuko soğuk suya daldı. - Mayuko dived into the cold water.

dive
{i} k.dili. batakhane. diving board atlama tahtası
dive
dive bomber bombardıman uçağı diving
dive
{f} hav. pike yapmak
dive
{i} hav. pike
dive
suya atlamak
dive
{f} suya dalmak, dalmak
dive
boks karş
dive
{i} yaylanarak atlama
dive
{f} elini daldırmak
dive
gömülmek
dive
pike yapmak
dive
dalmak için kullanılan
dive
dalan
dive
planjon
dive
(Askeri) DALIŞ YAPMAK, PİKE YAPMAK: Yukarıdaki şekilde dalış yapmak
mourning dove
{i} kumru
mourning dove
(isim) kumru
rock dove
kaya güvercini
rock dove
zool. kayagüvercini, Columba livia
Türkçe - Türkçe

dove teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

DİVE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. İpek böceği
İngilizce - İngilizce
constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Caelum and Puppis
Strong-declension simple past of dive

When coffee and cocoa prices unexpectedly dove, Côte d’Ivoire quickly went from Africa’s rich kid to crippling debtitude.

dove, a engineering reference point in a computer program that will cause some type of default action to occur
A pigeon, especially one smaller in size
A person favouring conciliation and negotiation rather than conflict (as opposed to hawk)
{n} a pigeon, a kind of wild pigeon
any of numerous small pigeons
la sign of the peace the Holy Spirit brings
[church] Christian symbol which represented the holy ghost See: symbol
1 spiritual symbol for the light, Universe or Divine Essence 2 purity 3 unconditional love 4 freedom 5 peace 6 spiritual awakening
{i} bird of the pigeon family (often used as a symbol for peace)
Universally represent peace and love
A word of endearment for one regarded as pure and gentle
any of numerous small pigeons an emblem of peace someone who prefers negotiations to armed conflict in the conduct of foreign relations
a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Puppis and Caelum
dove doves Pronounced for meanings
an emblem of peace
flesh of a pigeon suitable for roasting or braising; flesh of a dove (young squab) may be broiled
deoxyverrucarol
A pigeon of the genus Columba and various related genera
someone who prefers negotiations to armed conflict in the conduct of foreign relations
Past tense of to dive
and 2.1. A dove is a bird that looks like pigeon but is smaller and lighter in colour. Doves are often used as a symbol of peace. see also turtle dove
The species are numerous
In American English, dove is sometimes used as the past tense of dive. A past tense of wake. a past tense of dive. Any of certain birds of the pigeon family (Columbidae). The names pigeon and dove are often used interchangeably. Though "dove" usually refers to the smaller, long-tailed members of the pigeon family, there are exceptions: the common street pigeon, generally typical for birds designated as pigeons, is frequently called the rock dove. The common names of these birds do not necessarily reflect their accurate biological relationships to one another
In politics, you can refer to people who support the use of peaceful methods to solve difficult situations as doves. Compare hawk. A clear split over tactics appears to be emerging between doves and hawks in the party
a vessel of silver or gold, shaped like a dove, used originally in the Western and Eastern Rites to house the Reserved Gifts for communing the sick Hangs over or near the altar and opens on the side so that a pyx can be placed within In many smaller churches, a special aumbrey was used for the reservation of the Gifts
dove grey
Of a medium grey colour with a slight tint of pink or blue, like that of a dove
dove grey
A medium grey colour with a slight tint of pink or blue, like that of a dove

dove grey colour:.

dove eyed
{s} having eyes like a dove; dove-like eyes
dove of peace
dove with an olive branch in its mouth (widely used as a symbol of peace)
dove plant
The column in the center of the flower resembles a dove; called also Holy Spirit plant
dove plant
A Central American orchid (Peristeria elata), having a flower stem five or six feet high, with numerous globose white fragrant flowers
dove's foot geranium
western geranium with small pink flowers; a common weed on lawns and in vacant lots
dove-cote
small shelter for doves, home for doves
dove-like
like a dove, resembling a dove; innocent, honest, naive
barbary dove
A species of dove with the taxonomic classification Streptopelia risoria
collared dove
A bird of the species Streptopelia decaocto, also known as the "European collared dove"
cuckoo-dove
Any of several species of bird in the genera Macropygia and Reinwardtoena of the pigeon family
cushat-dove
Alternative spelling of cushat dove
dive
A seedy bar, nightclub, etc
dive
A deliberate fall after a challenge
dive
To deliberately fall down after a challenge, imitating being fouled, in the hope of getting one's opponent penalised
dive
A swim under water
dive
A jump or plunge into water
dive
A decline
dive
Fast descend with the nose of a craft pointed down
dive
(especially with in) To undertake with enthusiasm

She dove right in and started making improvements.

dive
To cause to descend, dunk
dive
plural form of diva
dovish
Like a dove; peaceful, conciliatory

Doubtless an expression of frustration at the UN secretary general, who has long been too dovish for Bush administration tastes.

fruit dove
A name given to any of several fruit-eating pigeons or doves
laughing dove
A small pigeon (Streptopelia senegalensis) native to the tropics in Africa south of the Sahara; the Middle East; and southern Asia east to India
moaning dove
The common ground dove, Colombina passerina
mourning dove
A grey-coloured dove, Zenaida macroura, that has a mournful call, native to North America
oriental turtle dove
A species of pigeon, Streptopelia orientalis
quail-dove
Any of several species of bird in the genera Geotrygon and Starnoenas of the pigeon family found in the Americas
ring dove
a species of dove with the taxonomic classification Streptopelia risoria
ringed dove
the collared dove, streptopelia decaocto
ringed dove
the woodpigeon, columba palumbus
ringneck dove
a species of dove with the taxonomic classification Streptopelia risoria
rock dove
A term used of the pigeon species Columba livia. Currently, term rock pigeon is preferred
rock-dove
Attributive form of rock dove, noun
stock dove
the stock pigeon
turtle dove
Any of several birds in the genus Streptopelia of the pigeon family
turtle-dove
Alternative spelling of turtle dove
dive
{v} to swim or go under water, to go deep
rock dove
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A bluish-gray dove (Columba livia) that is indigenous to Eurasia but has been widely established elsewhere including most of North America and that is the ancestor of many domesticated pigeons and of the feral pigeons found in cities and towns throughout most of the world ― called also rock pigeon
A dove
culver
A dove
doo
A dove
dowve
Noah's Dove
constellation of stars
Rita Dove
born Aug. 28, 1952, Akron, Ohio, U.S. U.S. writer and teacher. She studied writing at the University of Iowa and published the first of several chapbooks of her poetry in 1977. Her poems and short stories focus on the particulars of family life and personal struggle, addressing the larger dimensions of the African American experience primarily by indirection. Her poetry collections include Museum (1983), Thomas and Beulah (1986, Pulitzer Prize), Mother Love (1995), and On the Bus with Rosa Parks (1999). She was poet laureate of the U.S. from 1993 to 1995
Rita Frances Dove
born Aug. 28, 1952, Akron, Ohio, U.S. U.S. writer and teacher. She studied writing at the University of Iowa and published the first of several chapbooks of her poetry in 1977. Her poems and short stories focus on the particulars of family life and personal struggle, addressing the larger dimensions of the African American experience primarily by indirection. Her poetry collections include Museum (1983), Thomas and Beulah (1986, Pulitzer Prize), Mother Love (1995), and On the Bus with Rosa Parks (1999). She was poet laureate of the U.S. from 1993 to 1995
dive
To undertake with enthusiasm
dive
If you dive into a bag or container, you put your hands into it quickly in order to get something out. She dived into her bag and brought out a folded piece of paper
dive
A sharp, last-instant break by the ball; it is said to "dive into the pocket "
dive
If you dive, you go under the surface of the sea or a lake, using special breathing equipment. Bezanik is diving to collect marine organisms. Dive is also a noun. This sighting occurred during my dive to a sunken wreck off Sardinia
dive
The action of a ball that hooks greatly at the last split second
dive
a headlong plunge into water
dive
n , v a defensive retrieval technique in which a player extends for a ball near the floor, causing both feet to leave the floor The player contacts the ball with one or both arms and slides on the abdomen and thighs
dive
a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft
dive
To fake being tackled illegally in an attempt to gain a free kick from the referee It's also called to "act" or "take a dive"
dive
To collect and exchange information by entering the electronic brain
dive
A plunge headforemost into water, the act of one who dives, literally or figuratively
dive
A place of low resort; a dispreputable bar or nightclub; a dingy hotel; a joint
dive
If you dive in a particular direction or into a particular place, you jump or move there quickly. They dived into a taxi = leap Dive is also a noun. He made a sudden dive for Uncle Jim's legs to try to trip him up
dive
To swim under water
dive
plural of diva
dive
The dipping of a car's nose that occurs when the brakes are applied Dive is caused by a load transfer from the rear to the front suspension; this transfer occurs because the car's center of gravity, through which all inertial forces pass, is higher than its contact patches, the points where the braking forces are exerted on the ground
dive
disapproval If you describe a bar or club as a dive, you mean it is dirty and dark, and not very respectable
dive
To deliberately fall down after a challenge, imitating being fouled, in the hope of getting ones opponent penalised
dive
To explore by diving; to plunge into
dive
a cheap disreputable nightclub or dance hall
dive
When birds and animals dive, they go quickly downwards, head-first, through the air or through water. a pelican which had just dived for a fish
dive
When a player exaggerates being hooked or tripped in an attempt to draw a penalty
dive
To jump into water head-first
dive
alone Die alone!!!!!
dive
To plunge (a person or thing) into water; to dip; to duck
dive
{i} plunge, submersion; dubious nightclub, sleazy nightclub
dive
swim under water; "the children enjoyed diving and looking for shells"
dive
drop steeply; "the stock market plunged
dive
{f} jump into water (especially headfirst); go underwater, submerge; descend rapidly to earth; enter into quickly, plunge
dive
If an aeroplane dives, it flies or drops down quickly and suddenly. He was killed when his monoplane stalled and dived into the ground. Dive is also a noun. Witnesses said the plane failed to pull out of a dive and smashed down in a field
dive
A player exaggerates being hooked or tripped to draw a penalty on the opposing team Draw: During a face-off, each opposing player will try to get the draw The draw occurs when a player succeeds in getting control of the puck and pulling it back to a teammate Drop pass: When an offensive player enters the offensive zone with the puck, they may leave it on the ice for a trailing offensive player to pick up and pass or shoot Because the player leaving the puck appears to push the puck backwards it is known as a drop pass Dump and chase (Dump in): The dump in is an offensive strategy in which the puck is shot into the offensive zone corner by the offensive team from outside the blue line This strategy is usually employed if the offensive team is having trouble getting though the defense at the blue line or if the offensive team wants to change lines
dive
a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft a headlong plunge into water swim under water; "the children enjoyed diving and looking for shells"
dive
To descend sharply or steeply
dive
plunge into water; "I was afraid to dive from the board into the pool"
dive
vi menyelam (selam)
dive
Fig
dive
If shares, profits, or figures dive, their value falls suddenly and by a large amount. If we cut interest rates, the pound would dive Profits have dived from £7.7m to £7.1m The shares dived 22p to 338p. Dive is also a noun. Stock prices took a dive
dive
a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft a headlong plunge into water swim under water; "the children enjoyed diving and looking for shells" plunge into water; "I was afraid to dive from the board into the pool" drop steeply; "the stock market plunged
dive
To plunge or to go deeply into any subject, question, business, etc
dive
drop steeply; "the stock market plunged"
dive
To plunge into water head foremost; to thrust the body under, or deeply into, water or other fluid
dive
(20) - Pokémon with this attack: Brock's Golbat L30
dive
to penetrate; to explore
dive
If you dive into some water, you jump in head-first with your arms held straight above your head. He tried to escape by diving into a river She was standing by a pool, about to dive in Joanne had just learnt to dive. Dive is also a noun. Pat had earlier made a dive of 80 feet from the Chasm Bridge
doves
Plural of dove
dovish
opposed to war
dovish
{s} like a dove, of or pertaining to a dove; conciliatory, advocating peaceful methods of conflict resolution (Politics)
dovish
Like a dove; harmless; innocent
dovish
Journalists use dovish to describe politicians or governments who are in favour of using peaceful and diplomatic methods to achieve something, rather than using force and violence. hawkish. preferring peace and discussion to war   hawkish
mourning dove
{i} wild North American dove with a plaintive mournful call
mourning dove
wild dove of the United States having a mournful call
mourning dove
A grayish-brown, swift-flying wild dove (Zenaidura macroura) of North America, noted for its mournful call. Also called turtledove. Species (Zenaida macroura) of pigeon (family Columbidae), the common wild pigeon of North America. They have long, pointed tails, and the sides of the neck are violet and pink. Their name comes from their call's haunting, mournful tone. Mourning doves are migratory; the northernmost populations migrate the farthest south. They are popular game birds. See also dove
rock dove
A bird (Columba livia) native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia but widely distributed elsewhere, having variously colored plumage with iridescent markings on the neck. It is the common pigeon seen in cities and frequently domesticated. Also called rock pigeon
rock dove
pale gray Eurasian pigeon having black-striped wings from which most domestic species are descended
rock dove
type of bird, type of pigeon
sea dove
The little auk, or rotche
sea dove
of Rotche
turtle-dove
wild dove with a plaintive call
Türkçe - İngilizce

dove teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

dove yasası
(Meteoroloji) dove's law
dove

    Heceleme

    Dove

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    dōv

    Eş anlamlılar

    culver, pigeon

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdōv/ /ˈdoʊv/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dIv ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Old Norse dúfa, from Germanic, probably originally imitative of the bird's call, akin to Gothic

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