duck

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ördek

O bir ördek gibi görünüyor. - It looks like a duck.

Hiç ördek gibi yürüdün mü? - Have you ever walked like a duck?

{f} başını eğerek savuşturmak
kaçmak
{f} başını çabucak eğip kaldırmak
{f} sinmek
eğmek

Tom kapıdan girmek için başını eğmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to duck his head to get through the doorway.

suya dalmak
batmak
(Tekstil) suya sokmak
vakvak
eğilme

Herkese eğilmesini söyledim. - I told everyone to duck.

(Teknik,Tekstil) dok
{f} dal

Niçin içeri dalmıyoruz? - Why don't we duck back inside?

(başını) suya daldırmak
kaytarmak
(kafasını) eğmek
{i} acayip tip
{i} sakat tip
(Duck!) (Ördeklerin suya dalışından benzetme) Saklan!
ördek dişi ördek
{f} daldırıp çıkarmak
{f} dalmak
{f} (başını/vücudunu) suya sokup çıkarmak, suya daldırmak; suya dalmak
(Askeri) Bir hava önlemesinde "ilerde müşkülat var" anlamında bir kod. (Genellikle "bandit, salvo" gibi kodlarla devam eder. )
{i} suda işleyebilen kamyon
sakat kimse veya şey
hem karada hem suda işleyebilen kamyon
duck and drake ducks and drakes suda taş kayd
Anatidea familyasından ördek
kolay ele geçirilebilen hedef
{f} eğilmek
{f} sıvışmak
{i} sevgili
{i} branda bezi
suya daldırmak
etkisiz
yelken bezi
badi
dişi ördek
duck hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bayağı doğan
duck out
(deyim) ortadan kaybolmak
duck out of
kaytarmak
duck soup
(deyim) çocuk oyuncağı
duck out
toz olmak
duck soup
kolay iş
duck-bill
ördek gagası
duck-bill
dakbil
duck away
Eğilmiş ya da çömelmiş bir vaziyette ilerlemek
duck duck goose
(Oyunlar) 'Yağ satarım, bal satarım' oyunu
duck duck gray duck
(Oyunlar) 'Yağ satarım, bal satarım' oyunu
duck sauce
ördek sos
duck's arse
(deyim) Yanları arkaya doğru taranıp yatırılmış, ense kısmında sivrileştirilmiş erkek saç modeli
duck's ass
(deyim) Yanları arkaya doğru taranıp yatırılmış, ense kısmında sivrileştirilmiş erkek saç modeli
duck-billed
ördek gagalı
duck-like
Ördek gibi, ördeğe benzeyen
duck-pond
ördek gölcük
duck board
suya basmamak için döşenmiş tahta
duck down
(Fiili Deyim ) yere yatmak , sinmek
duck into
(Fiili Deyim ) -e dalmak
duck leg
iskele ayağı
duck out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kaçınmak , sıyrılmak , savuşturmak 2- ortadan kaybolmak
duck shot
ördek saçması
duck the issue
(deyim) boğuntuya getirmek
duck the issue
(deyim) sorunlardan kaçmak
mount kit duck
montaj kiti oluklu panel
canvasback duck
yabani ördek
diving duck
ördek türü
lake duck
göl ördeği
lame duck
kongre üyesi
lame duck
sakat kimse
lame duck
işe yaramaz kimse
musk duck
misk ördeği
sitting duck
saftaloz
sitting duck
kolayca aldatılabilen kişi
wild duck
yaban ördeği
wood duck
ördek
dead duck
ölü ördek
ducks
Çömel! Eğil!
lake duck
gol ördeği
lame duck
borcunu ödemeyen borsacı
lame duck
iflas etmek üzere şirket
lame duck
(deyim) emekli olmak üzere olan yönetici
lame-duck
topal-ördek
like water off a duck's back
(deyim) Söylenen şeyin, yapılan tavsiyenin vs bir kişiyi etkilemediğini, onun aldırış etmediğini bildirir; tıpkı suyun ördeğin sırtında, tüyleri arasında durmayacağı gibi

Advice and correction roll off him like water off a duck's back. Many people showed him they didn't like what he was doing, but their disapproval passed off him like water off a duck's back.

plunge, dip, dive, duck, steep
dalma, dalış, dalış, ördek, sarp
rubber duck
lastik ördek
ruddy duck
kırmızı ördek
sitting duck
kolay av
to play duck and drake
har vurup harman savurmak
vicissy duck
vicissy ördek
be a dead duck
hiç şansı olmamak
be a dead duck
başarısızlığa eli mahkum olmak
bombay duck
çiroz
cold duck
şampanyalı bir içki
decoy duck
çığırtkan kuş
decoy duck
tuzakçı
diving duck
dalgıç ördek
ducking
{i} suya batma
ducking
{i} ıslanma
ducks
doktan yapılan pantolon
ducks
(isim) doktan yapılan pantolon
eider duck
pufla ördeği
lame duck
{i} sakat
lame duck
{i} topal
lame duck
{i} aciz kimse
like a dying duck
sudan çıkmış balık gibi
like a dying duck
şaşkın şaşkın
like water off a duck's back
(deyim) buz üstüne yazılmış gibi
mandarin duck
çinördeği
mandarin duck
çin ördeği
peking duck
pakinördeği
roast duck
ördek kızartma
sitting duck
kolay hedef
sitting duck
{k} kolaylıkla aldatılabilen kimse; kolaylıkla saldırılabilecek kimse
tufted duck
tepeli patka
wild duck
(Gıda) yabani kaz
İngilizce - İngilizce
A surname
An aquatic bird of the family Anatidae, having a flat bill and webbed feet
A partly-flooded cave passage with limited air space
A building intentionally constructed in the shape of an everyday object to which it is related

The Big Duck has influenced the world of architecture; any building that is shaped like its product is called a ‘duck’.

Dear, Mate (informal way of addressing a friend or stranger)

Ay up duck, ow'a'tha?.

To lower the head or body in order to prevent it from being struck by something
To try to evade doing something
The flesh of a duck used as food
Specifically, an adult female duck; contrasted with drake and with duckling
A term of endearment
To lower (something) into water
To lower (the head) in order to prevent it from being struck by something
A batsman's score of zero after getting out. (short for duck's egg, since the digit "0" is round like an egg.)
A tightly-woven cotton fabric used as sailcloth

He was dressed in a Jaeger vest—a pair of blue duck trousers, fastened round the waist with a plaited leather belt.

A playing card with the rank of two
{n} a fowl, word of fondness, cast, stoop, a species of fine canvas
{v} to dive or put under water, dip, stoop
A pet; a darling
To thrust or plunge under water or other liquid and suddenly withdraw
A passage almost completely filled with water
A batsmans score of zero after getting out. (short for ducks egg, since the digit "0" is round like an egg.)"
small wild or domesticated web-footed broad-billed swimming bird usually having a depressed body and short legs a heavy cotton fabric of plain weave; used for clothing and tents flesh of a duck (domestic or wild) (cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman to move (the head or body) quickly downwards or away; "Before he could duck, another stone struck him"
If you duck, you move your head or the top half of your body quickly downwards to avoid something that might hit you, or to avoid being seen. He ducked in time to save his head from a blow from the poker He ducked his head to hide his admiration I wanted to duck down and slip past but they saw me
(1) play a small card when holding a higher one
a compact, firm, heavy, plain-weave fabric with a weight of 6-50 ounces per square yard Plied yarn duck as plied yarns in both warp and filling Flat duck has a warp of two singles yarns woven as one and a filling of either singles or plied yarn
a heavy cotton fabric of plain weave; used for clothing and tents
Any bird of the subfamily Anatinæ, family Anatidæ
A tern applied to a wide range of medium and heavyweight fabrics, commonly made of cotton, including the heaviest and strongest of all, single-woven fabrics There are three main types: number duck, army-type duck and flat duck
A closely woven, durable fabric The important fabrics in this group are known as number duck, army duck, and flat or ounce duck Number and army ducks are always of plain weave with medium or heavy ply yarns; army ducks are lighter Ounce ducks always have single warp yarns woven in pairs and single or ply filling yarns Generally made of ply yarns in warp and yarns of various sizes and weights in filling
Popular cotton canvas for artists, ranging in weight from 5 oz to over 24 oz per square yard Weaving styles include enameling, flat, number, chafer and army
(00/03/12) dead duck = When he pursues a company, it is a dead duck sitting duck = A company with a lot of cash and low stock price would be a sitting duck lame duck = In the last year of their third terms, our presidents are lame duck duck soup = The job interview was cduck soup How's the new boss? He's duck soup (Reference: 00/03/06, Monday Nikkei s47)
A sudden inclination of the bead or dropping of the person, resembling the motion of a duck in water
A durable, plain weave, closely woven generally made of ply yarns in a variety of weights and thread counts
disapproval You say that someone ducks a duty or responsibility when you disapprove of the fact that they avoid it. The Opposition reckons the Health Secretary has ducked all the difficult decisions see also dead duck, lame duck, sitting duck
Strong untwilled linen or cotton fabric, lighter and finer than canvas; used for small sails and men’s outer clothing, esp sailors’ From the Dutch word doeck, meaning linen or linen clothes "What is to be done for tents, I know not I am assured that very little duck can be got in this country " Jefferson, Writings, 1780 (1)
A "duck" is a bird that goes on water (for example, a duck, goose, seagull or moorhen) There are many types and varieties of duck, all of which should be counted Birds such as pigeons, which do not go on water, are not "ducks"
(cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman
flesh of a duck (domestic or wild)
Avoidance of a horizontal attack by lowering ones head and torso
A duck is a very common water bird with short legs, a short neck, and a large flat beak. Duck is the flesh of this bird when it is eaten as food. honey roasted duck
To go under the surface of water and immediately reappear; to dive; to plunge the head in water or other liquid; to dip
(v ) see play under
A heavy plain weave cotton fabric for tents and clothing
{f} thrust under water, dunk, immerse; crouch, stoop, dodge
This canvas fabric is plain and durable The name "Duck" originated from the 18th century British trademark worn on the sails of their ships
The light clothes worn by sailors in hot climates
If you duck something such as a blow, you avoid it by moving your head or body quickly downwards. Hans deftly ducked their blows. = dodge
a zero individual score, "awarded" to a batter who is "out" without scoring a single earned run
Fibre: Cotton Originally made in linen Weave: Plain, but also crosswise rib Characteristics: Also called canvas Name originated in 18th Century when canvas sails from Britain bare the trademark symbol - a duck Very closely woven and heavy it is the most durable fabric made There are many kinds of duck but the heavier weighs are called canvas It may be unbleached, white, dyed, printed or painted Washable, many are waterproof and wind proof Made in various weights Uses: Utility clothing in lighter weights, such as trousers, jackets, aprons Also for awnings, sails, slipcovers, draperies, sportswear, tents, and many industrial uses
‑ A course woven fabric made of cotton blends or synthetics of a heavier weight yarn
A place where the water almost fills the cave passage, leaving very little space between the surface of the water and the passage roof
To drop the head or person suddenly; to bow
A tightly woven, heavy, plain-weave, bottom-weight fabric with a hard, durable finish The fabric is usually made of cotton, and is widely used in men's and women's slacks, and children's playclothes
A heavy plain-weave 100% cotton material The weave is tight enough so the material is water-resistant - hence the name duck The material also breathes
A closely woven heavy durable material
To plunge the head of under water, immediately withdrawing it; as, duck the boy
A lame duck A stock-jobber who will not, or cannot, pay his losses He has to "waddle out of the alley like a lame duck " Like a dying duck in a thunderstorm Quite chop-fallen To get a duck A contraction of duck's egg or 0, in cricket A player who gets no run off his bat is marked down 0
If you take to something like a duck to water, you discover that you are naturally good at it or that you find it very easy to do. She took to mothering like a duck to water. Any of various relatively small, short-necked, large-billed waterfowl (several genera in subfamily Anatinae, family Anatidae). The legs of true ducks (Anatinae) are placed rearward (as are those of swans), resulting in a waddling gait. Most true ducks differ from swans and true geese (see goose) in that male ducks molt twice annually, females lay large clutches of smooth-shelled eggs, and both sexes have overlapping scales on the skin of the leg and exhibit some differences between sexes in plumage and in call. All true ducks except shelducks and sea ducks (see diving duck) mature in the first year and pair only for the season. They are generally divided into three groups: perching ducks, dabbling ducks, and diving ducks. The whistling duck species, also called tree ducks, are not true ducks but are more closely related to geese and swans. fish duck dabbling duck diving duck duck hawk wood duck
dip into a liquid; "He dipped into the pool"
submerge or plunge suddenly
{i} type of swimming bird; score of zero; sweetheart, love (term of endearment); bending over
emphasis You say that criticism is like water off a duck's back or water off a duck's back to emphasize that it is not having any effect on the person being criticized
small wild or domesticated web-footed broad-billed swimming bird usually having a depressed body and short legs
A linen (or sometimes cotton) fabric, finer and lighter than canvas, used for the lighter sails of vessels, the sacking of beds, and sometimes for men's clothing
To bow; to bob down; to move quickly with a downward motion
to move (the head or body) quickly downwards or away; "Before he could duck, another stone struck him"
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"
canard
refuse
duck and cover
To duck under a surface and cover one's face with his hands
duck butter
Semen
duck dive
the action of duck diving (see verb below)
duck dive
to push one's surfboard (usually a shortboard) underwater nose-first, to get the surfer and board under a wave that has broken or is just about to break
duck dived
Simple past tense and past participle of duck dive
duck dives
plural form of duck dive
duck diving
Present participle of duck dive
duck out
To depart quickly or exit abruptly by way of, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded

The four-term Democrat, known to critics as King Kevin and Mayor De Luxe, has been threatened with recall petitions and recently ducked out the back door of a restaurant to avoid picketers.

duck out
To depart quickly or exit abruptly, especially in a manner which does not attract notice and before a meeting, event, etc. has concluded

Cathy Song needed to duck out from work at 3pm to ferry her child from pre-school to a neighbour's.

duck out
or from To move or act so as to achieve avoidance, escape, or evasion

ny project for renewal is subject to a wide variety of destabilizing forces, not least when elites seek to duck out from the commitments they themselves have made.

duck soup
Something which is easy; a piece of cake
duck soups
plural form of duck soup
duck stamp
An adhesive stamp sold by the US Federal and various state governments as proof of payment for a duck hunting licence, with the proceeds used for conservation programs
duck stamps
plural form of duck stamp
duck tape
Duct tape

If you can't fix it with duck tape, it's not worth fixing.

duck tape
Duck brand duct tape
duck typing
A style of dynamic typing in which an object's current set of methods and properties determines the valid semantics, rather than its inheritance from a particular class or implementation of a specific interface
duck's arse
A hairstyle in which the hair at the is swept back along the sides of the head to meet in a point at the back, thus resembling the tail feathers of a duck. Abbreviation: DA
duck-arsed
Having or pertaining to a hairstyle of the type called a duck's arse
duck-arsed
Having or pertaining to broad hips and large, bulging buttocks

I'm delighted that you should admire Beecham. A pompous little duckarsed bandmaster who stood against everything creative in the art of his time.

duck-billed platypuses
plural form of duck-billed platypus
duck-egg blue
Of a pale greenish blue colour, like that of some duck eggs
duck-egg blue
A pale greenish blue colour, like that of some duck eggs

duck-egg blue colour:.

duck-footed
Having splayfoot; habitually standing or walking with the ends of the feet angled outward

Texas Southern's Jim Hines, 20, is not the least bit pigeon-toed—in fact, he's just a little duck-footed, and it may be a good thing.

duck away
Move away while bending down and lowering the head
duck duck goose
Duck Duck Goose is a traditional children's game or adult's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten or high school
duck duck goose
(Oyunlar) Duck, duck, goose (called Duck, Duck, Gray Duck in Minnesota) is a traditional children's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten
duck duck gray duck
(Oyunlar) Duck, duck, goose (called Duck, Duck, Gray Duck in Minnesota) is a traditional children's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten
duck hawk
(Kuşbilim) The Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus), also known as a Duck Hawk or simply as a Peregrine, is a cosmopolitan bird of prey in the family Falconidae. It is a medium to large-sized falcon, females being larger and about the size of a large crow, with a blue-gray back, barred white underside, and a black head and "mustache". There are seventeen described subspecies, which vary in appearance and range
duck out
Avoid; escape from something by skillful maneuvering. "Somehow or other Jack always manages to duck out of any hard work."
duck out
Avoid; escape from something by skillful maneuvering: "Somehow or other Jack always manages to duck out of any hard work."
duck's arse
(deyim) A man's hairstyle in which the hair is slicked back on both sides and tapered at the nape
duck's ass
(deyim) A man's hairstyle in which the hair is slicked back on both sides and tapered at the nape
duck bill
{i} platypus, duckbill platypus, Australian mammal with a beak that resembles the bill of a duck
duck blind
A shelter, often camouflaged with reeds and grasses, for concealing duck hunters
duck boards
{i} boards placed for passing over wet or muddy surfaces
duck down
down of the duck
duck hunter
hunter of ducks
duck hunting
{i} hunting ducks
duck out
avoid an unpleasant task, shirk one's responsibility
duck out
If you duck out of something that you are supposed to do, you avoid doing it. George ducked out of his forced marriage to a cousin You can't duck out once you've taken on a responsibility. = back out
duck pate
a pate made from duck liver
duck sauce
a thick sweet and pungent Chinese condiment
duck soup
any undertaking that is easy to do; "marketing this product will be no picnic"
duck soup
An easily accomplished task or assignment
duck soup
(Slang) something which is easy to do
duck tail
{i} type of hairstyle (was popular in the 1950's)
duck's meat
{i} type of plant or alga that grows in ditches and shallow water
duck-billed
having a beak like that of a duck
duck-legged
having short legs, having legs resembling those of a duck
duck-like
like a duck, resembling a duck
Burdekin duck
The bird Tadorna radjah, also called the Radjah Shelduck
Burdekin duck
Cold beef fried in batter, as a food dish

1977: even the exotic-sounding Burdekin duck consists of nothing more than slices of cold beef fried in batter. — Richard Daunton-Fear and Penelope Vigar, Australian Colonial Cookery, Rigby, 1977, ISBN 0-7270-0187-6 (discussing 19th century cookery).

Daffy Duck
A fictional anthropomorphic black duck of the Looney Tunes and Merry Melodies series of animated cartoons by Warner Bros
Daffy Duck
A duck, comical especially for lisping voice or zany behavior

Yeth thir? in his Daffy Duck voice. I thought: He's been hanging around Milton too long.

Donald Duck
A fuck
Donald Duck
One of the Disney characters, an anthropomorphic white-feathered cartoon duck who usually wears a sailor suit and is known for his voice especially in tantrums

And then the most Donald Duck-like screaming and jabbering you ever heard.

Donald Duck
Asteroid 12410
Donald Duck
Having the characteristics of Donald Duck, especially the character's voice
Labrador duck
an extinct sea duck that was never common, and is believed to be the first bird to become extinct in North America after 1500
Laysan duck
an endangered dabbling duck endemic to the Hawaiian Islands
Mexican duck
a dabbling duck in the genus Anas which breeds in Mexico and the southern USA
Muscovy duck
An anatide genus Cairina moschata, a large duck which is native to Mexico, Central and South America
Peking duck
A dish consisting of roasted duck skin, small pancakes, and hoisin sauce and other condiments
all duck or no dinner
All or nothing
baby duck syndrome
The tendency of computer users to always think the operating system they started on is better
break one's duck
To do something for the first time
break one's duck
To score one's first run in an innings
dabbling duck
A duck that feeds by dabbling in shallow water including the mallard and teal
dead duck
A project that is doomed to failure from the start

The government decision meant that the proposed boycott of South African goods was a dead duck.

dead duck
One who is in serious danger or trouble

She's a dead duck if she starts flirting with my boyfriend!.

diving duck
A duck that feeds mainly by diving such as the pochard
domestic duck
The domesticated variety of mallard (Anas platyrhyncos)
domestic duck
Any duck that has been domesticated
ducker
One who, or that which, ducks; a plunger; a diver
ducking
The action of the verb to duck
ducks
Dear (used as a pet name)

Hello ducks, how are you today?.

ducks
Plural of duck
ferruginous duck
a medium-sized diving duck from Eurasia
freckled duck
a moderately large, broad-bodied duck native to southern Australia
golden duck
the score of zero runs after getting out on the first ball faced
harlequin duck
A North American wild duck, Histrionicus histrionicus
in two shakes of a duck's tail
Alternative form of in two shakes
lame duck
A person or thing that is helpless, inefficient or disabled
lame duck
An elected official who has lost the recent election or is not eligible for reelection and is marking time until leaving office

Congressman Jones was a lame duck and did not vote on many issues that were important to his constituents.

lame-duck
See lame duck
like a duck takes to water
Very naturally; without effort

She started skating and she learned how quickly, like a duck takes to water.

like water off a duck's back
Without immediate or lasting effects

Scandal after scandal would break, but it would be like water off a duck's back; no heads rolled, and no one seemed particularly perturbed.

like water off a duck's back
In a manner which has no effect; immediately and without causing any difference

She combs me down with her tongue sometimes though, but that just slips off me like water off a duck's back..

mandarin duck
a perching duck that has a red bill, large white crescent above the eye and reddish face, Aix galericulata
mottled duck
a medium-sized dabbling duck
musk duck
a highly aquatic, stiff-tailed duck native to southern Australia
odd duck
An unusual person, especially an individual with an idiosyncratic personality or peculiar behavioral characteristics

Is O'Toole—skinny, tottering, eccentric in everything from costume to line-readings—wonderful in this role? Indeed he is. Always more of an odd duck than a leading man, age (he's 74) has given him license to play his essential weirdness.

quack like a duck
To appear to be exactly what one is

If it quacks like a duck, it's a duck.

rubber duck
A toy, made out of rubber or rubber like plastic, shaped like a duck; usually a floating bathtub toy
sitting duck
an obvious or unconcealed target

For God's sake, Sergeant, we need to get to cover – we're sitting ducks out here.

step on a duck
To fart

after a fart Whoa! Did somebody step on a duck?.

stiff-tailed duck
a duck of the Oxyurinae subfamily of ducks
tight as a duck's arse
Extremely tight, mean, excessively thrifty
tufted duck
A species of duck, Aythya fuligula
wood duck
A colorful North American duck, Aix sponsa, that nests in hollow trees
decoy-duck
{n} a duck that decoys or lures others
ducker
{n} a person who ducks, a diver, a loon
ducking
{n} the act of putting under water
like water off a duck's back
(deyim) Without changing your feelings or opinion; without effect

1. Advice and correction roll off him like water off a duck's back. 2. Many people showed him they didn't like what he was doing, but their disapproval passed off him like water off a duck's back.

muscovy duck
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A greenish-black, gooselike duck (Cairina moschata), having heavy red wattles and found wild from Mexico to northern Argentina but widely domesticated around the world for its succulent flesh. Also called musk duck
rubber duck
An inflatable flat-bottomed rubber dinghy, typically motorized
steamer duck
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A greyish South American duck which churns the water with its wings when fleeing danger. [Tachyeres brachypterus (Falkland Islands, flightless) and related species.]
water off a duck's back
(deyim) Criticisms of or warnings to a particular person that have no effect on that person: "I've told him that he's heading for trouble, but he doesn't listen - it's just water off a duck's back."
Daffy Duck
a black duck who is a character in cartoon films made by Warner Bros, and who behaves in a silly way and cannot say the sound 's' properly
Donald Duck
Walt Disney cartoon duck character
Donald Duck
a character in cartoons made by Walt Disney. He is one of the most famous of all Disney's characters
Peking duck
A Chinese dish of roast duck with crispy skin
Peking duck
{i} Chinese dish made of strips of crispy duck served with shredded vegetables and sweet sauce
black duck
A common duck (Anas rubripes) of the northeast United States and Canada, characterized by black or dusky brown plumage and often found in saltwater marshes
black duck
dusky black duck of northeastern United States and Canada
buffel duck
Called also bufflehead
buffel duck
The head of the male is covered with numerous elongated feathers, and thus appears large
buffel duck
A small duck (Charitonetta albeola); the spirit duck, or butterball
buffel duck
{i} small diving duck native to North America with black and white plumage, bufflehead
canvas duck
A fabric made of lightweight cotton or linen
cold duck
pink sparkling wine originally from Germany
cold duck
A beverage made of sparkling Burgundy and champagne
dabbling duck
Any of about 43 species (tribe Anatini; including 38 species in genus Anas) of ducks found worldwide, chiefly on inland waters and most commonly in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Strongly migratory, dabbling ducks include some of the world's finest game birds: the black duck, the gadwall, the garganey, the mallard, the pintail (perhaps the world's most abundant waterfowl), the shoveler, the teals, and the wigeons. They feed mainly on water plants, which they obtain by tipping-up in shallows and infrequently by diving. They often forage near the shore for seeds and insects. They have a flat, broad bill, float high in the water, and are swift fliers. Males are slightly larger and more boldly coloured than females
dabbling duck
any of numerous shallow-water ducks that feed by upending and dabbling
dead duck
emphasis If you describe someone or something as a dead duck, you are emphasizing that you think they have absolutely no chance of succeeding. One doomed to failure or to death. a plan, idea etc that is not worth considering because it is very likely to fail
dead duck
dead; worthless; something useless; in trouble
dead duck
something doomed to failure; "he finally admitted that the legislation was a dead duck"; "the idea of another TV channel is now a dead duck"; "as theories go, that's a dead duck
decoy duck
lure or bait; duck that serves to allure others into a net; person employed to entice others into danger
diving duck
any of various ducks of especially bays and estuaries that dive for their food
diving duck
Any of various ducks of the subfamily Aythyinae, including the scoters, eiders, goldeneyes, and scaups, that feed by diving beneath the surface of the water. Any duck that obtains its food by diving to the bottom in deep water rather than by dabbling in shallows (see dabbling duck). Diving ducks prefer marine environments and are popularly called either bay ducks or sea ducks. Bay ducks (tribe Aythyini, family Anatidae), including canvasback, redhead, scaup, and allied species, are found more frequently in estuaries and tidal lagoons than on the open sea. Sea ducks (20 species in tribes Mergini and Somateriini) include the bufflehead, eiders, goldeneye, mergansers, oldsquaw, and scoters; some are also or mainly found on inland waters
donald duck
a fictional duck created in animated film strips by Walt Disney
ducked
past of duck
ducker
A cringing, servile person; a fawner
ducking
Ducking is used to automatically reduce signal levels when the level of a source signal exceeds a specified threshold It is used for voice-over applications where, for example, level of background music is automatically reduced, allowing an announcer to be heard clearly See Dynamics Processor
ducking
the act of wetting something by submerging it
ducking
hunting ducks
ducking
An instance of ducking (a person in water, etc)
ducking
present participle of duck
ducking
The use of an electronic device to automatically reduce the volume of music or other background fill when an announcer begins speaking
ducking
{i} submersion, immersion, act of wetting something by submerging it
ducking
from Duck, v
ducking
(A) A drenching (German, ducken, to dive under water )
ducks
As used in the play of marble games, another name for a target marble, often seen in the historic record
ducks
a subfamily of birds able to float on water; they have webbed feet and large flat bills for feeding at or just below the surface of water
ducks
A pair of Twos
ducks
{i} pants made of durable closely woven cotton fabric
eider duck
{i} any of several species of large sea duck from which eiderdown is obtained
eider duck
The eider
lame duck
So called because it resembles limping Traveling sideways, the leading foot (or trailing) is on demi pointe and the other foot is flat making the hips unlevel Looks like you're stepping over something as you step sideways Used for traveling hip drops or hip lifts or traveling hip sway
lame duck
{i} ineffectual person, one who has no power to bring about change (often used about a politician who is nearing the end of his final term in office); (Slang) unsuccessful business, ineffectual business
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