crawl

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English - Turkish
{f} sürünmek

Çitin altından sürünmek zorunda kaldım. - I had to crawl under the fence.

emeklemek
{f} karıncalanmak
ağır ağır yürümek
yağ çekmek
kulaçlamak
dalyan
dalkavukluk etmek
{i} sürünme

Çitin altından sürünmek zorunda kaldım. - I had to crawl under the fence.

Tom çitin altında sürünmeye çalıştı. - Tom tried to crawl under the fence.

yağlamak
{f} sürün

Kolumda sürünen bir şey hissettim. - I felt something crawling up my arm.

Tom bir kayanın altında sürünüyor gibi hissetti. - Tom felt like crawling under a rock.

kaynamak
krol yüzme
yaltaklanmak
ağır ağır yürümek/ilerlemek
ağır gidiş
(böcek/vb.ile) dolu olmak
tüyleri ürpermek
çok yavaş hareket
(Bilgisayar) (Arama motoru) Bir web sayfasını robotlar yardımıyla taramak
{f} yavaş ilerlemek
{i} yavaş ilerleme
{f} dolu olmak
{f} yağ yapmak
The rock crawled with insects Taşın üstünde böcekler kaynıyordu
{f} kaynıyor olmak
yüzme/ağır hareket
{f} krol yüzmek
crawl stroke kulaçlama yüzüş
sürün,v.sürün: n.sürünme
yağ çek/kayna/emekle
yatay seyir
emekleme

Bebek emeklemeye başladı. - The baby began to crawl.

Onların bebeği henüz emeklemeye başladı. - Their baby has just started to crawl.

crawl in
(Argo) yatmaya gitmek
crawl around
çevrede tarama
crawl away
sürünerek uzaklaşmak
crawl space
tarama alanı
crawl gear inhibitor
palet dişlisi yavaşlatıcı
crawl gears
çok ağır vites oranı
crawl on all fours
emeklemek
crawl space
(İnşaat) alçak tesisat kanalı
crawl space
(İnşaat) döşeme altı boşluğu
crawl stroke
kravl
crawl stroke
kulaçlama yüzüş, kravl. ~ed with The rock crawled with insects. Taşın üstünde böcekler kaynıyordu
crawl trench
(Askeri) sürünme hendeği
crawl trench
(Askeri) SÜRÜNME HENDEĞİ: Sığ irtibat hendeği
make one's skin crawl
Korkutmak, huzursuz etmek
swim a crawl
kulaçlamak
back crawl
Sırt üstü yüzme
band-basket-crawl
(Finans) sürünen bantlar içinde değişen kurlar

Karma veya ara döviz kuru rejimlerinin destekleyicisi olan Williamson, sürünen pariteler ve sürünen bant sistemlerini geliştirerek bunları tek bir parite gibi dikkate almakta ve buna BBC (band -basket -crawl) adını vermektedir (Williamson, 1998; 59-79).

crawled
sürünerek

Tom bir pencereden sürünerek girdi. - Tom crawled in through a window.

Tom yataktan sürünerek çıktı. - Tom crawled out of bed.

swim crawl stroke
inme taraması yüzmek
the crawl
tarama
to crawl
taramasını
crawling
emekleme

Kızımız emeklemeye başladı. - Our daughter has started crawling.

crawling
(isim) emekleme
crawly
tüyler ürpertici
crawly
ürkütücü
high crawl
(Askeri) Yüksek sürünme
low crawl
(Askeri) Alçak sürünme
pub crawl
bar bar dolaşıp içki içme
the crawl
krol
English - English
See crawl with
To feel a swarming sensation

The horrible sight made my skin crawl.

To swim using the crawl stroke

I think I'll crawl the next hundred metres.

A piece of horizontally scrolling text overlaid on the main image
To visit files or web sites in order to index them for searching

Yahoo Search has updated its Slurp Crawler to crawl web sites faster and more efficient.

To move forward slowly, with frequent stops

The rush-hour traffic crawled around the bypass.

To visit while becoming inebriated

They crawled the downtown bars.

To creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground

Clutching my wounded side, I crawled back to the trench.

To act in a servile manner

Don't come crawling to me with your useless apologies!.

To move over an area on hands and knees

The baby crawled the entire second floor.

The act of moving slowly on hands and knees etc, or with frequent stops
A rapid swimming stroke with alternate overarm strokes and a fluttering kick
{v} to creep, move slowly, cringe, fawn
move slowly; in the case of people or animals with the body near the ground; "The crocodile was crawling along the riverbed"
feel as if crawling with insects; "My skin crawled--I was terrified
To index files or web sites in order to make them available for search
The crawl is a kind of swimming stroke which you do lying on your front, swinging one arm over your head, and then the other arm
A pen or inclosure of stakes and hurdles on the seacoast, for holding fish
When you crawl, you move forward on your hands and knees. Don't worry if your baby seems a little reluctant to crawl or walk I began to crawl on my hands and knees towards the door As he tried to crawl away, he was hit in the shoulder
a swimming stroke; arms are moved alternately overhead accompanied by a flutter kick move slowly; in the case of people or animals with the body near the ground; "The crocodile was crawling along the riverbed"
Usually the end credits in a film or TV shot which "crawl" up the screen
{i} act of crawling (moving along the ground on all fours, creeping); swimming stroke
The act or motion of crawling; slow motion, as of a creeping animal
a swimming stroke; arms are moved alternately overhead accompanied by a flutter kick
When an insect crawls somewhere, it moves there quite slowly. I watched the moth crawl up the outside of the lampshade
emphasis If you say that a place is crawling with people or animals, you are emphasizing that it is full of them. This place is crawling with police
be crawling with; "The old cheese was crawling with maggots"
On a caving trip, the method used to get breakfast in bed, especially on cold & wet mornings
{f} creep, move along the ground on all fours; grovel, be servile
swim by doing the crawl; "European children learn the breast stroke; they often don't know how to crawl"
1 The process through which Content Analyzer examines the site you specify and creates a map See also explore (Content Analyzer) 2 The process through which Search gathers content by following links contained in documents or by following directory trees in a file system (Search)
1 : to move or go slowly with the body close to the ground : creep; 3 : to advance servilely, abjectly, or furtively [broken heart and contrite spirit]
To advance slowly and furtively; to insinuate one's self; to advance or gain influence by servile or obsequious conduct
To have a sensation as of insect creeping over the body; as, the flesh crawls
feel as if crawling with insects; "My skin crawled--I was terrified"
to move or advance in a feeble, slow, or timorous manner
To move slowly by drawing the body along the ground, as a worm; to move slowly on hands and knees; to creep
To teem; to be covered or swarming (with)
A particular kind of credit optical in which the names move up or down the screen
The operation of reading or analyzing pages of a website by an automated program called a spider or robot Spiders crawl your site by following links on each page of your site After crawling, the spider will return the results back to the search engine for later inclusion into it's database for indexing See also Index
a slow creeping mode of locomotion (on hands and knees or dragging the body); "a crawl was all that the injured man could manage"; "the traffic moved at a creep"
The act of a spider following links from one Web page to another, traversing an entire Web site
show submission or fear
Search content to include it in an index See also: build, content source, inclusion/exclusion rules
a very slow movement; "the traffic advanced at a crawl"
If someone or something crawls somewhere, they move or progress slowly or with great difficulty. I crawled out of bed at nine-thirty Hairpin turns force the car to crawl at 10 miles an hour in some places. Crawl is also a noun. The traffic on the approach road slowed to a crawl
If something makes your skin crawl or makes your flesh crawl, it makes you feel shocked or disgusted. I hated this man, his very touch made my skin crawl. see also kerb-crawling, pub crawl. A pen in shallow water, as for confining fish or turtles
See Creep, v
crawl space
A narrow opening underneath the bottom of a building (or storey) used to give access to pipes, cables and other utilities
crawl with
To include or be covered with swarms or large numbers of (something, especially insects or people); to have in great numbers or multitudes

The scene of the incident was crawling with reporters for days afterwards.

crawl along
creep, move slowly
crawl on all fours
move on hands and knees, creep, move along the ground on hands and knees
crawl space
A shallow space below the living quarters of a basementless house, normally enclosed by the foundation wall
crawl space
A crawl space foundation means an elevated first floor system that is usually high enough off of the ground to crawl beneath Piers are made up of 8" x 16" blocks, and the foundation wall is made up of brick and 8" blocks The foundation wall contains foundation vents, which allow air to circulate throughout the foundation so that moisture does not build up
crawl space
A shallow open area between the floor of a building and the ground, normally enclosed by the foundation wall
crawl space
A crawl space foundation means an elevated first floor system that is usually high enough off of the ground to crawl beneath Piers are made up of 8” x 16” blocks, and the foundation wall is made up of brick and 8” blocks The foundation wall contains foundation vents, which allow air to circulate throughout the foundation so that moisture does not build up
crawl space
The space between the ground and the first floor of a home, usually no higher than four feet
crawl space
A shallow space below the living quarters of a basement-less house, normally enclosed by the foundation wall
crawl space
A shallow space below the living quarters of a house, normally enclosed by the foundation wall and having a dirt floor
crawl space
A space that is not tall enough to stand in, located beneath the bottom floor of the building
crawl space
Shallow space between the underside of the first floor of a house and the ground
crawl space
The space between the floor joists and the surface below when there is no basement This allows access to make repairs on plumbing and other utilities
crawl space
The area between ground and floor, ceiling and floor, or ceiling and roof, the dimensions of which are such that a person cannot stand up; often used for duct work, water pipes, and similar structural adjuncts
crawl space
Crawl space is a space immediately under the first floor of a building adjacent to grade
crawl space
The space between the ground and the floor joists provided for servicing the building and ventilation
crawl space
1 The space between the ground and the first floor, often found in homes with no basement 2 The space found between the top floor and the roof, often found in the place of an attic
crawl space
low space beneath a floor of a building; gives workers access to wiring or plumbing
crawl stroke
A racing stroke, in which the swimmer, lying flat on the water with face submerged, takes alternate overhand arm strokes while moving his legs up and down alternately from the knee
crawl stroke
basic swimming stroke
back crawl
a style of swimming using the backstroke
dungeon crawl
A role-playing game in which heroes navigate a labyrinthine environment, battling monsters and looting treasure
front crawl
A style of swimming where the swimmer is face-down in the water and moves the arms in alternating overhead strokes
make someone's skin crawl
To disturb or bother; to frighten or disgust

The sound of fingernails on a chalkboard just makes my skin crawl.

pub crawl
The visiting of a number of public houses in a single session
pub-crawl
Alternative form of pub crawl
pub-crawl
to visit, and drink in, numerous pubs or bars in succession
urban crawl
A condition of hyperdensity, limited but enabling scale of communicative possibilities that converge opportunistically. It occurs when the pressure of an urban environment reaches a critical threshold in cities of developing countries
make one's skin crawl
Disturb, bother; frighten; disgust
Australian crawl
A crawl stroke in swimming that is executed with a flutter kick to each arm stroke
crawled
past of crawl
crawling
The cohesive effect of ink into drops after printing on a surface that does not allow ink to wet completely
crawling
kerb crawler
crawling
{i} act of moving along the ground on all fours, moving slowly, creeping
crawling
Aparting and contraction of the glaze on the surface of ceramic ware during drying or firing, resulting in unglazed areas Caused by too heavy application of glaze or from uneven contraction rates between glaze and body or by dust/dirt on the unfired bisque surface
crawling
or Spidering: The process of following URLs on web pages to gather information on those web pages in order to index them
crawling
present participle of crawl
crawling
{s} moving along the ground on all fours, moving slowly, creeping
crawling
A condition where fired glaze separates into clumps or islands leaving bare clay patches showing in-between More prevalent in once fired ware There are many causes for crawling (typically glazes shrink too much during drying and don't have a good bond with the bisque) in the Magic of Fire book Some times glazes are made to crawl intentionally One technique to make this happen is to add 15-20% magnesium carbonate (testing required to determine amount) to a low fire transparent glaze
crawling
a slow creeping mode of locomotion (on hands and knees or dragging the body); "a crawl was all that the injured man could manage"; "the traffic moved at a creep"
crawling
The process of indexing a site using a spider or robot Usually, the spider records a subset of all the information on the page, according to the algorithm it was programmed to follow Some spiders will crawl all the links off a given page or site; other spiders only index the exact URL they are given
crawling
The tendency of some liquids to draw themselves into beads or drops caused by high surface tension of applying paint on a high gloss surface can also be caused by substrate contamination
crawling
Shrinkage or retraction of the glaze during firing, causing exposed areas of body
crawling
The contraction of an ink film into dots This is a sign of low surface tension on the piece of ware usually caused by grease, oils, or dirt on the ware surface prior to application of the decal May also be caused by a ruptured color film from a crease in the decal or excessive stretching during application
crawling
When the spider follows the links from the page you submit - the spider is "crawling" your site
crawling
A coating defect consisting of a lack of adhesion to, or dewetting of, the substrate while the coating or ink is wet The cause is due to a difference in surface tension of the coating and substrate Crawling is also known as cissing and dewetting
crawling
The cohesive effect of ink into drops after printing onto a surface which the ink does not wet completely
crawling
– The method used by corporate portals to scan documents and databases to index key words for later search and retrieval
crawls
plural of , crawl
crawls
third-person singular of crawl
crawly
{s} pertaining to things which crawl (i.e. insects); causing a creepy feeling
crawly
Creepy
crawly
Having a sensation of being covered in moving things such as insects
face-down crawl
crawling low on the ground
leopard crawl
method of moving at night in order to remain quiet and guard weapons
pub crawl
If people go on a pub crawl, they go from one pub to another having drinks in each one
pub crawl
a tour of bars or public houses (usually taking one drink at each stop)
pub-crawl
a visit to several pubs, one after the other, during which you have a drink in each pub
pub-crawl
go from one pub to the next and get progressively more drunk; "he pub-crawled around Birmingham
side crawl
crawl on one's side behind a hiding place
crawl
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