kneel

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English - Turkish
{f} diz çökmek
{f} diz üstü oturmak
diz çök,v.diz çök: n.matem çanı
{f} diz çök

Din adamı saatlerce diz çökmüş olarak kaldı. - The religious man remained kneeling for hours.

Sunağa yakın diz çöken bir çocuk gördüm. - She saw a boy kneeling by the altar.

{i} matem çanı
(down/on ile) diz çökmek
{f} diz büküp selamlamak
{f} (knelt/--ed)
kneel down
diz çökmek
kneel down
çökmek
kneel on
diz çökmek
knelt
diz çöken
kneeling
{f} diz çök

Din adamı saatlerce diz çökmüş olarak kaldı. - The religious man remained kneeling for hours.

Sunağa yakın diz çöken bir çocuk gördüm. - She saw a boy kneeling by the altar.

kneeling
{i} diz çökme
knelt
{f} diz çök

O onun yanına diz çöktü ve onun adının ne olduğunu sordu. - She knelt beside him and asked him what his name was.

Tom diz çöktü ve döşeme tahtasını kaldırdı. - Tom knelt down and lifted up the floorboard.

kneeled
önüne diz çöktü
kneeling
diz çökerek
to kneel
diz çökmek üzere
knelt
f., bak. kneel
knelt
çan ile duyurmak
knelt
çalmak
knelt
matem çanı çalmak
knelt
kneel diz çök
English - English
To stoop down and rest on the knee or knees
{v} to bend the knee, to rest on the knee
The forms kneeled and knelt can both be used for the past tense and past participle. When you kneel, you bend your legs so that your knees are touching the ground. She knelt by the bed and prayed Other people were kneeling, but she just sat. a kneeling position. Kneel down means the same as kneel. She kneeled down beside him. To go down or rest on one or both knees
supporting yourself on your knees rest one's weight on one's knees; "In church you have to kneel during parts of the service
To bend the knee; to fall or rest on the knees; sometimes with down
{f} rest on the knee or knees
{i} act of kneeling; position in which one is supported by the knees
rest one's weight on one's knees; "In church you have to kneel during parts of the service"
supporting yourself on your knees
kneel before
to kneel in front of someone or something, especially in order to worship or supplicate
kneel down
To kneel, especially as an act of reverence or prayer
Kneeling
seiza
kneeled
Simple past and past participle of to kneel
kneeling
In the Sarum Rite, kneeling is only practised on penitential occasions, as a sign of sorrow, and during some special services, such as the consecration of a church It consists of (1) standing on both knees, and, before getting up, (2) tracing a small cross on the ground with the thumb, (3) bending to kiss the ground at the cross, and (4)
kneeling
A body position where both knees are on the floor, or a pad if one is provided, and one's posterior is not resting on anything All are required to kneel at Mass from the Sanctus to the Great Amen
kneeling
{i} act of bending down on the knee or knees
kneeling
a jenou
kneeling
supporting yourself on your knees
kneeling
present participle of kneel
knelt
of Kneel
knelt
Knelt is a past tense and past participle of kneel. A past tense and a past participle of kneel. the past tense and past participle of kneel
to kneel
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kneel
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