hie

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English - Turkish
acele etmek
acele gitmek
acele ettir
hie oneself to gitmek
{f} gidivermek
high
uyuşturucu etkisi altında
high
on high gökte
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{s} sarhoş
high
{s} önemli

O lisede, spor, derslerden daha önemlidir. - At that high school, sports is more important than academics.

Bu, günümün önemli olayıydı. - This was the highlight of my day.

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fahiş (fiyat)
high
öfkelenmek
high
barometrenin yüksek olduğu bölge
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taşkın (neşe)
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doruk

Everest dağının doruk noktası dünyada en yüksek noktadır. - The peak of mount Everest is the highest spot in the world.

Fiyatlar on üç yılın doruk noktasına çıktı. - Prices have reached a 13-year high.

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büyük heyecan
high
coşku
high
mutluluk
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yükseğe

Siz ne kadar yükseğe sıçrayabilirsiniz? - How high can you jump?

Bir ödül kazanmak için yeterince yükseğe zıplamadı. - He didn't jump high enough to win a prize.

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yüksek derece

Norveççe, İsveççe ve Danimarkaca karşılıklı olarak yüksek derecede anlaşılabilirdir. - Norwegian, Swedish and Danish are mutually intelligible to a high degree.

Bu iş yüksek derecede yetenek gerektiriyor. - This work calls for a high degree of skill.

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{s} aşırı
high
(sıfat) yüksek, yukarı, uyuşturucu almış, üst, büyük, şiddetli, aşırı, önemli, soylu, yüce, ileri, üstün, neşeli, sarhoş, uçmuş, esrarın etkisinde
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{s} yüce
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{s} kibirli, kendini beğenmiş
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{i} uçma

Hiçbir kuş gereğinden çok yükseğe uçmaz, eğer ki kendi kanatlarıyla uçuyorsa. - No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings.

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{s} üstün

Bu tekne üstün kaliteli alüminyum ve yüksek güçlü demir ile yapılır. - This boat is made with high grade aluminum and high strength iron.

Egzosfer atmosferin en üst tabakasıdır. 10.000 kilometreye kadar termosferin üstünden uzanır. - The exosphere is the highest layer of the atmosphere. It extends from the top of the thermosphere up to 10,000 kilometers.

hying
acele ettir
English - English
Haste; diligence
To hasten; to go quickly, to hurry
To hurry (oneself)
{v} to hasten, make haste, go fast or quick
step on it; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street"
To hasten; to go in haste; also often with the reciprocal pronoun
{f} hurry, move quickly; cause oneself to hurry or move quickly
To hasten; to go in haste; -- also often with the reciprocal pronoun
Hië ronymus Bosch
orig. Jeroen van Aken or Jerome van Aken born 1450s, 's Hertogenbosch, Brabant died Aug. 9, 1516, 's Hertogenbosch Netherlandish painter. He was the son and grandson of accomplished painters; his name comes from his native town of 's Hertogenbosch. He enjoyed a successful career and was widely imitated. Of the numerous works attributed to him, none can be dated precisely. His paintings blend fantasy and reality in apocalyptic scenes of chaos with half-human, half-animal creatures, devils, and demons interacting with human figures in imaginary architecture and landscapes. Among his best-known works is The Garden of Earthly Delights, depicting the dreams that afflict people who live in a pleasure-seeking world. One of the most original northern European artists of the late Middle Ages, he was an outstanding draftsman and one of the first to make drawings as independent works. He also produced decorative works, altarpieces, and stained-glass designs
hying
haste
To hie
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hied
past of hie
hies
third-person singular of hie
hying
present participle of hie
hie

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'hI ] (verb.) 12th century. From Old English hīġian. Cognate with Dutch hijgen (“to pant”), German heichen (“to choke, gasp for breath”), Danish hige (“to aspire, long”).

    Tenses

    hies, hieing, hied

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