scolding

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English - Turkish
{i} azar

Ben seni azarlamıyordum. - I was not scolding you.

Babam beni iyi bir azarladıktan sonra ondan vazgeçtim. - I gave it up after my father had given me a good scolding.

{i} azarlama

Geç kaldığı için canım onu azarlamak istemedi. - I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.

O geç kaldığında canım onu azarlamak istedi ama dilimi tuttum. - When she was late, I felt like scolding her, but I held my tongue.

{i} paylama
{i} fırça
çıkış
zılgıt
papara
azarlayarak
{f} azarla

Geç kaldığı için canım onu azarlamak istemedi. - I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.

Ben seni azarlamıyordum. - I was not scolding you.

{i} azarlayan
tekdir
çıkışma
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{f} azarlamak

Tom Mary'yi azarlamak için kendini ikna edemedi. - Tom couldn't bring himself to scold Mary.

Geç kaldığı için canım onu azarlamak istemedi. - I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.

scold
{f} çıkışmak
chiding
azarlayarak
chiding
azarlayan
scold
fırça çekmek
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çıkış yapmak
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darılmak
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fırça atmak
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ders vermek
chiding
{i} azarlama
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tanlamak
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azarla

O, beni azarladığı kadar sık Terry'i azarlar. - She scolds Terry as often as me.

O, annesi tarafından azarlandı. - He was scolded by his mother.

scold
{i} huysuz kadın
chiding
azarla(mak)
chiding
azarla
get a scolding
fırça yemek
get a scolding
azar işitmek
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haşlamak
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{i} cadı kadın
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{i} cadaloz
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{f} terslemek
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tekdir etmek
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{i} herkesi azarlayan şirret kadın
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{f} paylamak
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azarcı
English - English
A succession of critical remarks, such as those directed by a parent towards a misbehaving child
Present participle of scold
who is rebuking severely; "the scolding father"
{i} admonishment, reproof, reprimand; instance of using insulting or abusive language
rebuking a person harshly
who is rebuking severely; "the scolding father
from Scold, v
{a} chiding
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A person fond of abusive language, in particular a troublesome and angry woman
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{n} a cross quarrelsome woman, clamor
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{v} to chide, find fault, brawl, quarrel
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show one's unhappiness or critical attitude; "He scolded about anything that he thought was wrong"; "We grumbled about the increased work load"
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One who scolds, or makes a practice of scolding; esp
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a rude, clamorous woman; a shrew
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If you scold someone, you speak angrily to them because they have done something wrong. If he finds out, he'll scold me Later she scolded her daughter for having talked to her father like that `You should be at school,' he scolded. to angrily criticize someone, especially a child, about something they have done = tell off (Probably from a language)
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To chide with rudeness and clamor; to rate; also, to rebuke or reprove with severity
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To find fault or rail with rude clamor; to brawl; to utter harsh, rude, boisterous rebuke; to chide sharply or coarsely; often with at; as, to scold at a servant
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censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
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A scolding; a brawl
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To rebuke
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{i} one who frequently reprimands others with abusive language; rude woman who fights often and is considered a public nuisance
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{f} reprimand, rebuke; upbraid, berate; use loud and abusive language
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someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
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