dredge something up

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English - Turkish
deşmek
dredge up
dibini tarakla temizlemek
dredge up
deşmek

Geçmişi deşmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to dredge up the past.

dredge up
eşelemek
dredge up
dibini taramak
dredge up
araştırmak
English - English
1. Remember something from the past. Usage notes: often said about something unpleasant2. Find something after a lot of looking
Dredge up
1. Remember something from the past. Usage notes: often said about something unpleasant2. Find something after a lot of looking
dredge up
Pull something up from the bottom of a river, lake etc
dredge up
Manage to remember something, or to feel or express an emotion, with difficulty. "Robertson tried to dredge up an image of her in his mind.", "From somewhere she dredged up a brilliant smile."
dredge up
Start talking again about something that happened a long time ago, especially something unpleasant. "Newsweek magazine dredged up some remarks which he made last year."
dredge up
If someone dredges up a piece of information they learned a long time ago, or if they dredge up a distant memory, they manage to remember it. an American trying to dredge up some French or German learned in high school
dredge up
If someone dredges up a damaging or upsetting fact about your past, they remind you of it or tell other people about it. I wouldn't want to dredge up the past It's the media who keep dredging it up
dredge up
mention something unpleasant from the past; "Drag up old stories"
dredge something up

    Hyphenation

    dredge some·thing up

    Turkish pronunciation

    drec sʌmthîng ʌp

    Pronunciation

    /ˈdreʤ ˈsəmᴛʜəɴɢ ˈəp/ /ˈdrɛʤ ˈsʌmθɪŋ ˈʌp/

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