breeds

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English - Turkish
doğurmak
breed
{f} doğurmak
breed
{f} yavrulamak
breed
{i} soy
breed
{f} üremek
breed
{f} üretmek
breed
beslemek
breed
tür
breed
nesil
breed
neden olmak
breed
başlangıcı olmak
breed
yol açmak
breed
(hayvan) doğurmak
breed
büyütmek
breed
çeşit
breed
damızlık olarak beslemek
breed
cins

Babamın bir çiftliği ve cins sığırları ve atları var. - My father has a ranch and breeds cattle and horses.

Büyük Dane, dev boyutuyla bilinen evcil köpek cinsidir. - The Great Dane is a breed of domestic dog known for its giant size.

breed
eğitmek
breed
yetiştirmek

Tom yetiştirmek için bir çift tavşan besledi. - Tom kept a pair of rabbits for breeding.

breed
ırkı
rare breeds
nadir doğurmak
breed
çoğalmak
breed
çiftleşmek
breed
{f} yol açmak, sebep olmak
breed
{f} (bred)
breed
büyüt/yay/ü
breed
breeder reactor üretici reaktör
breed
özel olarak yetiştirmek
breed
çeşit/cins
breed
hâsıl olmak
breed
kaynak teşkil etmek
improved breeds
(Tarım) ıslah edilmiş ırklar
indigenous breeds
(Çiftçilik) yerli ırklar
native breeds
(Tarım) yerli ırklar
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of breeds in Turkish Turkish dictionary

Breed
ırk
English - English
third-person singular of breed
plural of breed
breed
To yield or result in

familiarity breeds contempt.

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To keep animals and have them reproduce in a way that improves the next generation’s qualities
breed
To make sure that one's young grow up to adulthood
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A race or lineage
familiarity breeds contempt
The more acquainted one becomes with a person, the more one knows about his or her shortcomings and, hence, the easier it is to dislike that person

This was the beginning of evil, for if no man is a hero to his valet de chambre, much less can he remain a god for long in the eyes of a curious woman. Here, as in other matters, familiarity breeds contempt.

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a lineage or race of people a special variety of domesticated animals within a species; "he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"; "he created a new strain of sheep"
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{v} to hatch, contrive, raise, bring up, seed, multiply
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{n} a cast, kind, sort, race, offspring, number
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a special lineage; "a breed of Americans"
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To be formed in the parent or dam; to be generated, or to grow, as young before birth
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call forth
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a special variety of domesticated animals within a species; "he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"; "he created a new strain of sheep"
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A variety of animal within a species There are many breeds of dogs, but they all belong to the same species (Canis familiaris)
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To produce more of a species Animals have babies and plants produce seeds or spores
breed
to ejaculate inside the rectum
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To propagate or grow plants trying to give them certain qualities
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Category of horse sharing characteristics of size, color, and conformation, denoting a common ancestry Domestic breeds are selectively bred long enough to ensure consistent production of defined stock, and are registered by a governing society
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Class; sort; kind; of men, things, or qualities
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To give birth to; to be the native place of; as, a pond breeds fish; a northern country breeds stout men
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Term reserved for wines from the best grape varieties, the so-called "noble grapes" Denotes wines judged to have reached classical expectations of aroma, balance, structure and varietal character
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copulate with a female, used especially of horses; "The horse covers the mare
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When animals breed, they have babies. Frogs will usually breed in any convenient pond The area now attracts over 60 species of breeding birds. + breeding breed·ing During the breeding season the birds come ashore
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{i} kind, sort, species, race, stock, pedigree
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a group of animals or plants related by descent from common ancestors and visibly similar in most characteristics Taxonomically, a species can have numerous breeds
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have young (animals); "pandas rarely breed in captivity"
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To raise, as any kind of stock
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To make sure that ones young grow up to adulthood
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To bear and nourish young; to reproduce or multiply itself; to be pregnant
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Similar to good bloodlines and handling, as in racehorses; the result of soil, grapes and vinification techniques that combine to produce depth and distinctive character in a wine
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If you say that something breeds bad feeling or bad behaviour, you mean that it causes bad feeling or bad behaviour to develop. If they are unemployed it's bound to breed resentment Violence breeds violence. = create
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You can refer to someone or something as one of a particular breed of person or thing when you want to talk about what they are like. Sue is one of the new breed of British women squash players who are making a real impact The new breed of walking holidays puts the emphasis on enjoyment, not endurance = strain see also breeding, ill-bred, pure-bred, well-bred
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familiarity breeds contempt: see familiarity
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To engender; to cause; to occasion; to originate; to produce; as, to breed a storm; to breed disease
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To sexually produce offspring
breed
To form fissile nuclei, usually as a result of neutron capture, possibly followed by radioactive decay
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All animals or plants of the same species or subspecies eg. a breed of tulip, a breed of animal
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This is a distinct genetic entity Recognized members of a breed are in the official studbook
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A genetically pure line having similar conformation and able to produce offspring with the same characteristics
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A race or variety of men or other animals (or of plants), perpetuating its special or distinctive characteristics by inheritance
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A breed of a pet animal or farm animal is a particular type of it. For example, terriers are a breed of dog. rare breeds of cattle Certain breeds are more dangerous than others
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{f} reproduce; raise animals; guide, nurture; cause
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Of animals, to mate
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half-caste offspring of parents of different races (especially of white and Indian parents)
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of plants or animals; "She breeds dogs"
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To raise a breed; to get progeny
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To keep animals and have them reproduce in a way that improves the next generation's qualities
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Someone who was born and bred in a place was born there and grew up there. I was born and bred in the highlands
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Unprotected anal sex which results with semen inside the rectum
breed
Used for wines of high quality, with elegance and finesse
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A race or strain cultivated by humans
breed
a lineage or race of people
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To take care of in infancy, and through the age of youth; to bring up; to nurse and foster
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To have birth; to be produced or multiplied
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To educate; to instruct; to form by education; to train; sometimes followed by up
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A number produced at once; a brood
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copulate with a female, used especially of horses; "The horse covers the mare"
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To arrange the mating of specific animals
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To produce or obtain by any natural process
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To produce as offspring; to bring forth; to bear; to procreate; to generate; to beget; to hatch
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If you breed animals or plants, you keep them for the purpose of producing more animals or plants with particular qualities, in a controlled way. He lived alone, breeding horses and dogs These dogs are bred to fight. see also cross-breed + breeding breed·ing There is potential for selective breeding for better yields
breed
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dirt breeds disease
messiness and bad hygiene lead to poor health
familiarity breeds contempt
close acquaintance causes lack of respect
breeds

    Turkish pronunciation

    bridz

    Pronunciation

    /ˈbrēdz/ /ˈbriːdz/

    Etymology

    [ 'brEd ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English breden, from Old English brEdan; akin to Old English brOd brood.

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