barking

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English - Turkish
(isim) havlama
{i} havlama

Tom bir köpek havlaması duyduğunu düşündü. - Tom thought he heard a dog barking.

Köpeğe bir kemik verdim, havlaması durdu. - I gave the dog a bone, stopping its barking.

havla
bark
havlamak

O, bir ölü köpeğin havlamak istediği kadar çok çalışmak istedi. - He wanted to work as much as a dead dog wants to bark.

Bu köpek yabancılara havlamak için eğitiliyor. - This dog is trained to bark at strangers.

bark
havlama

Köpeğe bir kemik verdim, havlaması durdu. - I gave the dog a bone, stopping its barking.

Tom bir köpek havlaması duyduğunu düşündü. - Tom thought he heard a dog barking.

barking dog seldom bites
(deyim) havlayan köpek ısırmaz
barking dogs seldom bite
havlayan köpek nadiren bite
barking up the wrong tree
(deyim) Yanlış kapı çalmak
barking dogs never bite
havlayan köpek ısırmaz
bark
{i} gemi
bark
{f} bağırmak
bark
{i} öksürük
bark
köpek havlamasına benzer ses
a barking dog never bites
(Muhasebe) Havlayan köpek ısırmaz
bark
{i} barka
bark
bark up the wrong tree yanlı
bark
{i} hav hav
bark
ağaç kabuğu
bark
(Tıp) Kınakına kabuğu
bark
{i} yelkenli üç direkli gemi
bark
kabuk
bark
havhav
bark
{f} soymak
bark
mont
bark
{f} sıyırmak
bark
bağırarak söylemek
bark
yüksek sesle konuşmak veya bağırmak
bark
derisini yüzmek
bark
(at ile) havlamak
bark
{f} havla

Havlayan köpek ısırmaz. - Barking dogs don't bite.

Havlayan köpek ısırmaz. - Dogs that bark don't bite.

bark
(out ile) bağırarak söylemek
bark
bir eğlence yerinin kapısında çığırtkanlık etmek
bark
ağaç ka
made barking sounds
havla
make barking sounds
havla
bark
soyuntu
bark
havlamaya benzer sesler çıkarmak
bark
öksürmek
bark
bark up the wrong tree: yanlış kapı çalmak
bark
tabaklamak
bark
(k.dili) öksürük
bark
kabuğunu soymak; 10
bark
(argo) bir eğlence yerinin kapısında çığırtkanlık etmek
you're barking up the wrong tree
(deyim) Yanlış kapıyı çaldın!
bark
kabuğunu soymak
bark
çığırtkanlık yapmak
English - English
A town in London
Present participle of bark
Short for barking mad

He's going to run the marathon in this hot weather dressed as Donald Duck – he must be barking!.

The action of the verb to bark

Loud barking could be heard from the dog pound.

Who or that barks or bark

barking dogs.

{n} the noise of dogs, the act of coughing
{i} bark sound
{s} that makes a barking sound; abrupt, harsh (about a sound); (British offensive Slang) very irrational, insane
latrant
barking dogs never bite
Alternative form of barking dogs seldom bite
barking dogs seldom bite
People who make big threats never usually carry them out
barking iron
A tool used to remove the bark from trees
barking mad
Completely insane
barking spider
An instance of audible flatulence; a fart
barking spider
An Australian spider, Selenocosmia crassipes, which makes a "hissing" sound (stridulation) when disturbed
barking spiders
plural form of barking spider
barking up the wrong tree
Present participle of bark up the wrong tree
barking dogs do not bite
barking dogs seldom bite, things that seem threatening are usually harmless
barking dogs seldom bite
barking dogs do not bite, things that seem threatening are usually harmless
barking frog
of southwest United States and Mexico; call is like a dog's bark
barking irons
tool used in removing the bark of trees; (Slang) pair of handguns
barking irons
Instruments used in taking off the bark of trees
barking irons
A pair of pistols
barking mad
disapproval If you say that someone is barking mad, you mean that they are insane or are acting very strangely. The builder looked at me as though I was barking mad. = bonkers. bark·ing completely crazy or acting very strangely - used humorously
bark
The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog
bark
To make a clamor; to make importunate outcries

Where there is the barking of the belly, there no other commands will be heard, much less obeyed. .

bark
To strip the bark from; to peel
bark
A three-masted vessel, having her foremast and mainmast square-rigged, and her mizzenmast schooner-rigged
bark
To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs (said of animals, especially dogs)
bark
a sailing vessel or boat of any kind

Whether my bark went down at sea, Whether she met with gales, .

bark
To speak sharply

The sergeant barked an order.

bark
A small sailing vessel, e.g. a pinnace or a fishing smack; a rowing boat or barge
bark
To abrade or rub off any outer covering from

to bark one’s heel.

bark
To girdle
bark
Peruvian Bark or Jesuit's bark, the bark of the cinchona from which quinine is produced
bark
also, a rowing boat; a barge
bark
Formerly, any small sailing vessel, as a pinnace, fishing smack, etc
bark
the sound made by a dog
bark
A three-masted vessel, having her foremast and mainmast square-rigged, and her mizzenmast schooner- rigged
a barking dog never bites
(Muhasebe) Someone who makes threats all the time seldom carries out the threats
bark
a ship with square rigged sails on the main and fore masts and fore-and-aft sails the mizzenmast
bark
Now applied poetically to a sailing vessel or boat of any kind
bark
An uncommon practice for most of us Used wisely, you can scare the CRAPOLA out of unsuspecting people Best use is for you black Chows in the dark Stand still and watch people get close then suddenly BARK Then, watch out for the smell of soiled human pants
bark
To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; said of some animals, but especially of dogs
bark
{v} to make a noise, clamor, strip trees
bark
{n} the rind or coat of a tree, a small ship
bark
An interval of frequency equal to a critical band width
bark
The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog; a similar sound made by some other animals
bark
remove the bark of a tree cover with bark
A barking
latration
bark
Technically, the tissue comprised of phloem, phelloderm, cork cambium, and cork external of the vascular cambium Bark occurs in plants that have secondary growth
bark
If you bark at someone, you shout at them aggressively in a loud, rough voice. I didn't mean to bark at you A policeman held his gun in both hands and barked an order
bark
{i} yip
bark
To abrade or rub off any outer covering from; as to bark one's heel
bark
make barking sounds; "The dogs barked at the stranger"
bark
a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts the sound made by a dog a noise resembling the bark of a dog tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants tan (a skin) with bark tannins speak in an unfriendly tone; "She barked into the dictaphone"
bark
Specifically, Peruvian bark
bark
a noise resembling the bark of a dog
bark
The tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem that protects the tree from injury caused by insects and other animals, by other plants, by disease and by fire
bark
An abrupt loud vocal utterance
bark
tan (a skin) with bark tannins
bark
cover with bark
bark
The living tissue outside the vascular cambium in a woody stem It is composed of phloem tissues, which occur as living inner and dead outer zones
bark
the stuff on the outside of wood Bark is not actually wood! Its main job is to protect the wood
bark
Outermost layers of a woody stem, including all the living and non-living tissues outside the cambium
bark
See Girdle, v
bark
remove the bark of a tree
bark
Areas of fiber from outside a tree
bark
To cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark
bark
138 : a small sailing ship : a sailing ship of three or more masts with the aft most mast fore-and-aft rigged and the others square-rigged : a craft propelled by sails or oars
bark
To cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark; as, to bark the roof of a hut
bark
A similar sound made by some other animals
bark
An older term used to describe the decarburized skin that develops on steel bars heated in a non-protective atmosphere
bark
A small sailing ship
bark
{i} outer covering of a tree; sound made by a dog; sharp loud cough; sound of a gunshot; type of sailboat
bark
speak in an unfriendly tone; "She barked into the dictaphone"
bark
The skin or covering of branches and roots of a tree
bark
a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts
bark
The exterior covering of the trunk and branches of a tree; the rind
bark
basically a regular kid
bark
n The protective outer layer of the roots, trunk and branches of a tree or woody plants Bark may be thick and rough or thin, smooth and papery
bark
tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants
bark
Bark is the tough material that covers the outside of a tree
bark
{f} make a dog-like cry; speak harshly and loudly; remove bark from a tree
bark
An older term used to describe the decarburized skin that develops on steel bars heated in a non‑protective atmosphere
bark
If you say that someone's bark is worse than their bite, you mean that they seem much more unpleasant or hostile than they really are. She can be a bit tetchy but her bark is worse than her bite
bark
Peruvian Bark or Jesuits bark, the bark of the cinchona from which quinine is produced
bark
When a dog barks, it makes a short, loud noise, once or several times. Don't let the dogs bark A small dog barked at a seagull he was chasing. Bark is also a noun. The Doberman let out a string of roaring barks
bark
outward covering of the tree
bark
In Aubrey's time barque meant barque-rigged, i e fore and aft on the mizzen
bark
to be barking up the wrong tree: see tree. In woody plants, tissues outside of the vascular cambium. The term is also used more popularly to refer to all tissues outside the wood. The inner soft bark is produced by the vascular cambium; it consists of secondary phloem (food-conducting) tissue whose innermost layer transports food from the leaves to the rest of the plant. The layered outer bark contains cork and old, dead phloem. The bark is usually thinner than the woody part of the stem or root. bark beetle bark painting barking deer
you are barking up the wrong tree
you are complaining to the wrong person
you're barking up the wrong tree
find another tree to climb on; go find someone else to harass; you're way off the mark, you're wrong
Turkish - English

Definition of barking in Turkish English dictionary

bark
dwelling
barking

    Hyphenation

    Bark·ing

    Turkish pronunciation

    bärkîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈbärkəɴɢ/ /ˈbɑːrkɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ 'bärk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English berken, from Old English beorcan; akin to Old Norse berkja to bark, Lithuanian burgeti to growl.

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