dog

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English - Turkish
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köpek

Köpek koşmaya başladı. - The dog began to run.

Büyük köpekten korkmuşlar. - They were afraid of the big dog.

{f} izlemek

Köpek hırsızları izlemek için eğitilmiştir. - The dog is trained to watch for thieves.

Köpek yarışını izlemekten hoşlanırım. - I enjoy watching dog racing.

peşini bırakmamak
hıyar
(kurt/tilki/vb.) köpekgillerin erkeği
köpek herif
bu hayvanların erkeği
takip et

Mary'nin köpeği onu okula kadar takip etti. - Mary's dog followed her to school.

{i} erkek kurt
{i} kömür vagonu
değersiz ve kötü olan herhangi bir şey
köpek,v.takip et: n.köpek
çirkin ve sıkıcı kadın
kurt

Kurtlarla köpekleri birbirinden ayırabilir misin? - Can you tell wolves from dogs?

Kendi hayatını riske atarak köpeği kurtardı. - He rescued the dog at the risk of his own life.

{i} ocak demiri
dili herif
mandal

Çocukluğumda karpuz, mandalina ve yenidünya meyvelerini yemeyi seven bir köpeğim vardı. - In my childhood I had a dog that loved to eat watermelon, mandarins and loquats.

{i} erkek tilki
{f} (kötü bir şey) peşini bırakmamak
{f} takip etmek
{f} yakasını kurtaramamak
tilki ve çakal gibi hayvan
kütükleri tutmak veya kaldırmak için kullanılan demir alet
adam

Köpek adamın yanına oturdu. - The dog sat down by the man.

Adamlar köpekler gibi uyuyorlar. - The guys are sleeping like dogs.

{f} (bir isteğin üstüne düşerek) (birini) rahat bırakmamak
tespit mandalı
erkek köpek
kenet
(Argo) sevimsiz kadın
bozulmak
ara mesnet (torna)
av sürmek
(Argo) çirkin kadın
(Argo) tehlikeli erkek
kelb
köpeği
dog end
izmarit
dog cheap
çok ucuz
dog cheap
sudan ucuz
dog clutch
kurtağızlı kavrama
dog clutch
çeneli kavrama
dog collar
dik ve yüksek yaka
dog collar
köpek tasması
dog days
yazın en sıcak günleri
dog days
yılın en sıcak günleri
dog ear
kitap yaprağı köşesinin kıvrılması
dog hair
köpek kılı
dog house
gözden düşme
dog in the manger
ne yer ne yedirir kişi
dog in the manger
başkalarına yedirtmek
dog nail
kilit çivisi
dog one's footsteps
peşini bırakmamak
dog rose
köpek gülü
dog rose
kuşburnu
dog rose
yabani gül
dog star
büyük köpek burcunda en parlak yıldız
dog tag
tasma kimliği
dog tired
turşu gibi
dog tired
yorgun argın
dog's breakfast
karman çorman
dog's life
tasalı hayat
dog-ear
kıvrık sayfa köşesi
dog-eared
sayfa uçları kıvrık
dog breed
köpek doğurmak
dog clutch
çeneli kavrama, kurtagizli kavrama
dog days
Bunaltıcı sıcaklar
dog eat dog
köpek yemek köpek
dog fish
köpek balığı
dog flap
Kapıların alt ksmında köpek, kedi gibi evin hayvanının girip çıkması için yapılmış kısım
dog flea
köpek pire
dog fly
köpek uçmak
dog food
köpek maması

Tom Mary'ye onun köpek mamasını nereye koymasını istediğini sordu. - Tom asked Mary where she wanted him to put the bag of dog food.

Köpek mamasını köpeğime nasıl yediririm? - How do I get my dog to eat dog food?

dog fox
köpek tilki
dog grass
köpek cim
dog handler
Köpek eğiticisi
dog hole
köpek delik
dog kennel
köpek köpek kulübesi
dog me
köpek beni
dog pile
köpek kazık
dog pound
Köpek barınağı

Rodrigo'nun ailesi bir köpek sahiplenmek için köpek barınağına gitti. - Rodrigo's family went to the dog pound to adopt a dog.

dog pound
kayıp köpeklerin toplandığı yer
dog sitter
Köpek bakıcısı
dog sledding
köpek halletme
dog sledge
Köpek kızağı
dog tag
(Askeri) künye; askeri kimlik kolyesi
dog tired.
köpek yorgun
dog trick
(deyim) sırtından vurmak
dog trick
köpeklerin yaptığı numara, gösteri niteliğindeki hareketler
dog trick
(deyim) ihanet
dog walker
Köpekleri dolaştırarak para kazannan kişi
dog wood
köpek ahşap
dog's breakfast
(deyim) Berbat edilmiş iş
dog's breakfast, dinner
karman çorman
dog's ear
köpek kulağı
dog-days
doğ-gün
dog-eared
(Kitap) Sayfalarının köşe kısımları kıvrılmış olan
dog-eared
sayfaları kıvrılmış kitap
dog-ears
köpek kulaklarını
dog-eat-dog
1. (isim) kıran kırana rekabet.2. (sıfat) kıran kırana rekabet edilen
dog-eat-dog
Kurtlar sofrası
dog-eat-dog
Çekişmeli

It's a dog-eat-dog business we're in.

dog-lover
köpek sever
Dog Star
{i} akyıldız [(Astronomi) ]
Dog Star
{i} büyük köpek burcunun en parlak yıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
dog biscuit
(isim) köpek bisküvisi
dog cheap
(sıfat) sudan ucuz
dog collar
rahip yakası
dog collar
dik yaka
dog does not eat dog
it iti ısırmaz
dog ear
kıvrık sayfa köşesi
dog eared
sayfaları kıvrılmış kitap
dog eared book
(isim) sayfaları kıvrılmış kitap
dog gas mask
(Askeri) KÖPEK GAZ MASKESİ: Köpekleri gazlardan korumak için kullanılan maske. Bak. "gas mask"
dog in the manger
{i} kendi yiyemediğini başkasına da yedirtmeyen kimse
dog latin
{i} kötü latince
dog latin
{i} bozuk latince
dog lead
tasma kayışı
dog paddle
köpekleme yüzmek
dog racing
{i} köpek yarışı

Köpek yarışını izlemekten hoşlanırım. - I enjoy watching dog racing.

dog show
köpek yarışması
dog smb.'s steps
adım adım izlemek
dog tag
tasma plâkası
dog tired
bitkin
dog's life
sefalet
dog's tail
küçükayı [astr.]
dogged
kararlı
dogged
inat
dogged
takip edilen
dogged
direngen
dogged
dik kafalı
dogs
köpekler

Köpeklere çok düşkündür. - She is very fond of dogs.

Kedileri köpeklere tercih ederim. - I prefer cats to dogs.

dogged
{f} takip et
dogs
köpe
dog rose
yabangülü
dog rose
yaban gülü
dog rose
(isim) yaban gülü
dogged
azimli
dogged
{s} inatçı
dogged
sebatkâr
dogged
doggedly sebatla
dogged
doggedness sebat
dogged
bildiğinden şaşmazlık
dogged
izle
doggedly
inatçı bir biçimde
doggedly
inatla
dogs
tazı yarışları
dogs
(isim) tazı yarışları
dogs
izle

Av köpekleri tilkinin kokusunu izledi. - The hunting dogs followed the scent of the fox.

dogs
ayak/yarış/köpek
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To pursue with the intent to catch
To watch, or participate, in sexual activity in a public place, on the pretence of walking the dog; see also dogging

I admit that I like to dog at my local country park.

To fasten a hatch securely

It is very important to dog down these hatches.

To follow in an annoying way, to constantly be affected by

The woman cursed him so that trouble would dog his every step.

A metal support for logs in a fireplace

In the great old-fashioned fireplace behind the high iron dogs a log-fire crackled and snapped.

"A click or pallet adapted to engage the teeth of a ratchet-wheel, to restrain the back action; a click or pawl." (See also: ratchet, windlass)
Any of various mechanical devices for holding, gripping, or fastening something, particularly with a tooth-like projection
Not god

Dog is my co-pilot.

To intentionally restrict one's productivity as employee; to work at the slowest rate that goes unpunished

A surprise inspection of the night shift found that some workers were dogging it.

A coward

Come back and fight you dogs!.

A male dog, wolf or fox, as opposed to a bitch (a female dog, wolf or fox.)
Someone who is morally reprehensible

To swallow vp those cankred corpes of thine.

A hot dog
feet

My dogs are barking! meaning My feet hurt!.

A man

You lucky dog!.

An animal, member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated for thousands of years; occurs in many breeds. Scientific name: Canis lupus familiaris

The dog barked all night long.

To position oneself on all fours, after the manner of a dog - probably related to doggy style

I'd ask why you're dogged up in the middle of the room, but I probably don't want to know.

A dull, unattractive girl or woman

She’s a real dog.

{v} to follow slily and continually, to hunt
{n} a domestic animal, lump of iron, wretch
disapproval If you say that something is going to the dogs, you mean that it is becoming weaker and worse in quality. They sit in impotent opposition while the country goes to the dogs. Any member of the canine genus Canis, particularly the domestic species, Canis familiaris. Domestic dogs seem to have decended from the wolf or a wolflike ancestor. Dogs were apparently the first animals to be domesticated, and domestication seems to have begun in various parts of the world at roughly the same time. Selective breeding by humans has resulted in myriad domestic breeds that vary widely in size (from the tiny Chihuahua to the huge mastiff), physical form (e.g., the short-legged dachshund and the flat-faced bulldog), coat texture and length (e.g., the sleek Doberman pinscher and the long-haired Afghan hound), and behavioral patterns (e.g., sporting dogs, toy dogs, and working dogs). The American Kennel Club now recognizes almost 150 breeds; other clubs, such as the United Kennel Club, recognize many more. Dog Star Bernese mountain dog dog salmon Eskimo dog guide dog Seeing Eye dog Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race prairie dog African lion dog sled dog toy dog working dog
a dull unattractive unpleasant girl or woman; "she got a reputation as a frump"; "she's a real dog"
Canis Major contains the Dog Star (Sirius)
back -top Shortened form of "Underdog" Dominated Hand back -top A hand that will almost always lose to a better hand that people usually play For instance, K3 is "dominated" by KQ With the exception of strange flops (e g 3-3-x, K-3-x), it will always lose to KQ Draw Dead back -top Try to make a hand that, even if made, will not win the pot If you're drawing to make a flush, and your opponent already has a full house, you are "drawing dead" Of course, this is a bad condition to be in
informal term for a man; "you lucky dog
A slang term for a property that, as a result of factors such as poor condition, poor location or poor design, is slow to sell
an animal of the canine family
someone who is morally reprehensible; "you dirty dog"
A cat's device for running practice
A fellow; used humorously or contemptuously; as, a sly dog; a lazy dog
Male canine
A mean, worthless fellow; a wretch
{i} canine, carnivorous animal from the family Canidae (especially the domesticated variety commonly kept as pets, trained to hunt, pull sleds, etc.); despicable or cowardly person (Informal)
To go after with the intent to catch
1 a nature or disposition that may not always be trusted 2 that which is faithful and unfaithful 3 that which is friendly or if aroused an enemy 4 things going downhill, going "to the dogs" 5 aggressiveness 6 instinctive knowledge 7 obedience 8 another form of the self 9 protector
metal supports for logs in a fireplace; "the andirons were too hot to touch"
a hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward
familiaris
go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll
disapproval If someone calls a man a dog, they strongly disapprove of him
A parcel of real estate that is very difficult to sell due to location, condition, or design Such property normally remains on the market for an extended period of time and may sell at substantially below the listing price
An iron with fangs fastening a log in a saw pit, or on the carriage of a sawmill
informal term for a man; "you lucky dog"
An animal, member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man for thousands of years; occurs in many breeds. Scientific name: Canis lupus familiaris
{s} of or pertaining to a dog; despicable, cowardly (Informal)
any venture that is not performing according to expectations
Generally can be seen as a protective force, especially if it's black If you are being attacked by a dog then caution, watch for someone who pretends to be a friend
frequently mentioned both in the Old and New Testaments Dogs were used by the Hebrews as a watch for their houses (Isa 56: 10), and for guarding their flocks (Job 30: 1) There were also then as now troops of semi-wild dogs that wandered about devouring dead bodies and the offal of the streets (1 Kings 14: 11; 16: 4; 21: 19, 23; 22: 38; Ps 59: 6, 14)
A dog is a very common four-legged animal that is often kept by people as a pet or to guard or hunt. There are many different breeds of dog. The British are renowned as a nation of dog lovers
disapproval You describe something as a dog's breakfast or dog's dinner in order to express your disapproval of it, for example because it is very untidy, badly organized, or badly done. = mess
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A piece in machinery acting as a catch or clutch; especially, the carrier of a lathe, also, an adjustable stop to change motion, as in a machine tool
the domestic dog C
a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds; "the dog barked all night"
n animal
disapproval You use dog eat dog to express your disapproval of a situation where everyone wants to succeed and is willing to harm other people in order to do so. It is very much dog eat dog out there = cut-throat
Shortened form of "Underdog"
A grappling iron, with a claw or claws, for fastening into wood or other heavy articles, for the purpose of raising or moving them
means any live or dead dog (Canis familiaris) or any dog-hybrid cross
a participant in a fight, conflict, or game who is not expected to win
{f} follow around, hound; fasten with a vise or similar tool (Machinery); harass, pester (Slang); defeat an opponent, win (Slang)
A metal fitting used to close hatches, covers, and other compartments
Of the wild dogs of the family Canidæ, three species are native to the BWCA, the Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), Coyote (Canis latrans), and one of the great icons of the northern wilderness, the Timber Wolf (Canis lupus)
To hunt or track like a hound; to follow insidiously or indefatigably; to chase with a dog or dogs; to worry, as if by dogs; to hound with importunity
Short, heavy piece of steel, bent and pointed at one end, with an eye or ring at the other -Metal-toothed plate on a chainsaw (24)
(1) (B) (noun) a very weak hand, or one that is very weak for the previous bidding
Probably domesticated from the wolf, the earliest British record of the dog is at Star Carr (East Yorkshire) and dated to about 7500 BC
Dog Latin
Bad, erroneous Latin
Dog Star
A bluish-white star in the constellation Canis Major; Alpha (α) Canis Majoris. A vertex of the Winter Triangle and the brightest star in the night sky. It is actually a binary star with a white dwarf companion star
dog and bone
A telephone

Oi, keep the noise down! I'm talking to my old lady on the dog and bone.

dog and bones
plural form of dog and bone
dog and cat
A team comprised of one male and one female, who are either working as associates or where one is the second in command to the other
dog and pony show
Originally, a small, traveling circus featuring animals as entertainment
dog and pony show
Any presentation or display that is overly contrived or intricate

They put on a whole dog and pony show for the investors, but I'm not sure they convinced anyone.

dog around
To follow diligently
dog bag
A bag designed to carry a sick or injured dog
dog biscuit
food for dogs, compressed into a small dry shape
dog biscuits
plural form of dog biscuit
dog bone
A bone that is given to a dog to chew on and play with, similar to a dog biscuit. They can be real bones, or they can be made of other materials like plastic or leather
dog bones
plural form of dog bone
dog collar
A collar for a dog
dog collar
A close-fitting woman's necklace; a choker
dog collar
a clerical collar
dog collars
plural form of dog collar
dog day
A day in late summer

August 24, 1993 was the first day of the new school year at Cedar City High School. The day dawned sunny and steamy, promising another dog day in southern Ohio.

dog days
A period of inactivity, laziness, or stagnation
dog days
The days between early July and early September when Sirius (the Dog Star) rises and sets with the Sun
dog days
hot, lazy, days
dog dirt
dog excrement
dog eat dog
Ruthless competition. Describes a business or other set of circumstances where people have to act with no consideration for other people if they are to succeed

It is dog eat dog on Las Vegas's world-famous Strip as casino complexes such as MGM Grand and New York New York compete for attention with outlandish gestures like rollercoaster rides and a replica of the Manhattan skyline.

dog food
Food for domesticated dogs
dog food
Food eaten by or appropriate for dogs in general, whether wild or domesticated
dog food
Beta software that is tested on the developer’s own computer
dog houses
plural form of dog house
dog in the hunt
Literally, ownership of one of several canines participating in the group pursuit of game or fowl
dog in the hunt
Something to gain depending on the outcome; a position for which to campaign or cheer

A national political party is unlikely to feel it has a particular dog in the hunt for a typical small town mayoral race; in many cases the local candidates do not even campaign with a party affiliation.

dog in the manger
One who denies others what he cannot use himself

No adjective is strong enough for characterizing this wicked dog-in-the-manger policy. From various sources I hear tales of such wanton destruction of nations' property in all parts of India.

dog it
To underperform; to lag behind; to fail to exert effort

The coach made him run extra laps, because he was dogging it in practice.

dog meat
Meat prepared to be given to a dog as food
dog meat
Dog eaten as meat
dog musher
a person who looks after sled dogs
dog my cats
"Why, dog my cats, they must a ben a house-full o' niggers in there every night for four weeks to a done all that work, Sister Phelps." — Mark Twain, "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", 1884
dog my cats
Joe Ross: Funny old world.
dog my cats
used as a mild oath, or as an expression of astonishment
dog my cats
I began to feel sorry for Hubby, dog my cats if I didn't. — O. Henry, "The Four Million", 1906
dog my cats
and standing on one leg beside the bath, like Slingsby, had whispered: "Ho, ho, ho! Dog my cats!" mysteriously, to bring luck. — John Galsworthy, The Forsyte Saga, "Awakening", 1920
dog paddle
A swimming stroke in the style of a dog swimming
dog person
A person who keeps dogs as pets

Are you a dog person?.

dog pound
an animal shelter where stray dogs are kept
dog rose
The European wild rose, Rosa canina, having fragrant white or pink flowers and stems with sharp spines
dog rose
A Rosa canina flower
dog shit
fecal matter produced by a dog
dog sleep
A shallow sleep; a pretended sleep. Dogs seem to sleep with "one eye open."
dog slow
very slow
dog tag
A small metal disk, attached to a dog's collar, containing identification information
dog tag
The identification tags worn around the neck by military personnel
dog tags
plural form of dog tag
dog whelk
A carnivorous European mollusc, Nucella lapillus, found on rocky coasts
dog whistle
A high-pitched whistle, inaudible to humans, used to train dogs
dog whistle
An allusion or comment made by a politician with the intent that only a certain demographic note it and recognize its significance
dog whistle politics
Alternative form of dog-whistle politics
dog year
A period of time in the life of dogs, defined such that the average life expectancy of a dog in "dog years" is numerically equivalent to the average life expectancy of a human. A 4- and a 5-year-old dog are about as mature as a human of 28 to 30 years and 33 to 35 years, respectively

90 minutes of almost nonstop hilarity is a good entertainment value. Especially if you're counting in dog years.

dog years
plural form of dog year
dog's
Of or belonging to a dog
dog's
shortened form of dog's bollocks

This room is the dog's.

dog's age
A long time; many years

John Higgins, I haven't seen you in a dog's age.

dog's bollocks
Something that is considered the best of its kind

That new flat screen TV you bought is the dog's bollocks.

dog's bollocks
A colon followed by a dash (: —)
dog's breakfast
An unappealing mixture; a disorderly situation; a mess

Critics here are reserving judgement on whether ABC will do Life in Mars justice or make a dog's breakfast of it.

dog's dinner
A complete mess

The folio text is unevenly spaced (the compositor made a dog's dinner of setting the text), with three spaces closed up.

dog's letter
the letter R, which was trilled in Latin, imitating the sound of a snarling dog
dog's life
A miserable, unhappy existence
dog's life
A life of indolence where the individual may do as he or she pleases, just like a pampered dog
dog-ear
folded corner of a page (as from a book or magazine, so as to mark one's place)
dog-ear
To fold the corner of a book's page

His eyes went to his book and stayed there long enough to finish a paragraph. He dog-eared it and put it down.

dog-eared
To be bent or slightly ragged in appearance in a manner like the ear of certain dogs. It implies that the page has been read a lot, but could be a sign of mistreatment:

The pages in his favorite book were dog-eared from years of reading it at bedtime.

dog-eared
To be folded in a manner like the ear of certain dogs. It implies the page was purposely folded to mark the page:

By thumbing to the dog-eared pages, she quickly found the items in the catalog she wanted to order.

dog-paddle
to swim using the dog paddle stroke
dog-paddle
a swimming stroke wherein the hands move in small vertical circles just below the surface of the water at about the level of the swimmer's sternum. It is an instinctive stroke used by beginning swimmers in an attempt to 'climb' out of the water. There is not usually any coördinated foot motion, but some swimmers may make walking movements sporadically
dog-whistle politics
The expression of political ideas in such a manner that only a specific group of voters properly understand what is being said, especially in order to conceal a controversial message
dog day
A sultry day of summer
dog days
The sultry days of summer
dog fly
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Stomoxys calcitrans is commonly called the stable fly or dog fly. Rather unusual for a member of the family Muscidae is that it sucks blood from mammals
dog house
Outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog(synonym) kennel, doghouse
dog and pony show
sales presentation (derogatory)
dog ape
{i} male ape
dog bee
A male or drone bee
dog biscuit
a hard biscuit for dogs
dog biscuit
{i} hard cookie for dogs; hard biscuits given in the army
dog biscuit
A hard cracker for dogs
dog bite
a bite inflicted by a dog
dog breath
(Slang) bad breath
dog breeder
person who raises pedigreed dogs
dog breeding
breeding dogs
dog breeding
raising of pedigreed dogs
dog catcher
an employee of a municipal pound who is hired to round up stray dogs and cats
dog cheap
{s} very inexpensive, extremely cheap
dog collar
collar for a dog; woman's necklace that fits snugly around the neck, choker; stiff white clerical collar worn by priests (Informal)
dog collar
A wide, tight fitting necklace
dog collar
A wide "choker" style necklace worn tight around the neck above the collarbone just like a dog's collar, this look was popular in Edwardian times, around the turn of the twentieth century This look was popularized by Queen Alexandra, who had a long graceful neck
dog collar
refers to a multi-strand (as many as five) choker-length necklace, usually joined together with a single clasp
dog collar
n1 : a collar for a dog2 slang : CLERICAL COLLAR3 : a wide flexible snug-fitting necklace
dog collar
a stiff white collar with no opening in the front; a distinctive symbol of the clergy
dog collar
necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck
dog day
One of the dog days
dog days
The period of greatest heat in summer; typically occurring between late July and early September
dog days
n pl [fr their being reckoned from the heliacal rising of the Dog Star (Sirius)]1 : the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usu occurs in the northern hemisphere2 : a period of stagnation or inactivity
dog days
the hot period between early July and early September; a period of inactivity
dog days
{i} hot muggy days of summer; period of stillness, time of inactivity
dog days
Popularly, the sultry, close part of the summer
dog days of summer
hottest and longest days of the summer
dog ear
A letter fold at the side of one of the creases, an indentation occurs
dog ear
Occurs when you fold into a fold (such as a letter fold) At the side of one of the creases you get an indentation It may look like a small inverted triangle
dog eat dog
ruthlessly competitive, marked by ruthless self-interest
dog fancier
One who has an unusual fancy for, or interest in, dogs; also, one who deals in dogs
dog fennel
weedy plant of southeastern United States having divided leaves and long clusters of greenish flowers
dog fight
fight between airplanes at close quarters; fight between dogs; fiercely disputed contest, rough fight
dog flea
flea that attacks dogs and cats
dog food
food specially made for mongrels
dog fox
{i} male fox
dog hole
{i} (Slang) "dog lair", shabby dirty place
dog in the manger
One who prevents others from enjoying what one has no use for oneself
dog in the manger
{i} selfish person who prevents another from enjoying or having something that he or she themselves have no need for
dog latin
{i} phony Latin, word or phrase which is formed or created in a falsified manner as to sound or look like Latin
dog officer
One appointed or elected to impound stray dogs
dog paddle
doggy paddle a simple way of swimming by moving your legs and arms up and down
dog paddle
an elementary swimming stroke imitating a swimming dog
dog pile
heap of dog feces, pile of dog excrement
dog racing
a race between dogs; usually an occasion for betting on the outcome
dog rose
{i} wild rose, European rose with pink or white flowers
dog rose
A prickly wild rose (Rosa canina) native to Europe and naturalized in eastern North America, having fragrant pink or white flowers
dog shit
fecal droppings from a dog
dog sled
dogsled: a sled pulled by dogs
dog sleep
{i} nap, very light sleep
dog spaying
removal of a female dog's ovaries
dog star
Sirius, a star of the constellation Canis Major, or the Greater Dog, and the brightest star in the heavens; called also Canicula, and, in astronomical charts, α Canis Majoris
dog stinkhorn
a stinkhorn having a stalk without a cap; the slimy gleba is simply plastered on its surface near the apex where winged insects can find it
dog tag
metal plate on a dog collar bearing its registration number military identification tag worn on a chain around the neck
dog tag
identification tag placed on a dog's collar; one of two metal identification tags which are worn around a soldier's neck and contain personal information (such as name, serial number and blood type)
dog trainer
expert at domesticating dogs
dog training
domesticating dogs
dog warden
someone whose job is to collect dogs without owners
dog wrench
a wrench with a handle shaped like a crank
dog's breakfast
a poor job; a mess; "they made a real dog's breakfast of that job
dog's chance
A very slim chance
dog's ears
corner of a page turned-down to keep one's place in a book
dog's hair
fur of a dog
dog's life
A miserably unhappy existence
dog's meat
{i} meat suitable for dogs only; waste, refuse, offal, garbage
dog's mercury
European perennial weedy plant with greenish flowers
dog's mercury
A creeping, ill-smelling Old World weed (Mercurialis perennis) having small greenish flowers
dog's tail
tail of a dog
dog-collar
A dog-collar is a stiff, round, white collar that fastens at the back and that is worn by Christian priests and ministers. = clerical collar
dog-collar
A dog-collar is a collar worn by a dog
dog-day cicada
its distinctive song is heard during July and August
dog-ear
a corner of a page turned down to mark your place
dog-eared
A book or piece of paper that is dog-eared has been used so much that the corners of the pages are turned down or torn. dog-eared copies of ancient history books. dog-eared books or papers have been used so much that the corners are turned over or torn
Turkish - English
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dog

    Turkish pronunciation

    dôg

    Pronunciation

    /ˈdôg/ /ˈdɔːɡ/

    Etymology

    [ dog, däg ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English dogge, from Old English docga (“hound, powerful breed of dog”), a pet-form diminutive of Old English -docce (“muscle”) (compare fingerdocce 'finger-muscle') with suffix -ga (compare frocga 'frog', picga 'pig'), from Proto-Germanic *dukkōn 'power, strength, muscle'. More at dock. In the 16th century, it superseded Old English hund and was adopted by many continental European languages.

    Common Collocations

    dog rose, dog food

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