sternly

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English - Turkish
uygun olarak
sert sert
sert bir biçimde
stern
kıç

Gemi su almış ve kıç tarafı aşağı inmişti. - The ship had taken on water and was down by the stern.

stern
müsamahasız
stern
katı
stern
sert

Onun sert görünümü onu konuşmaktan vazgeçirdi. - Her stern look got him to quit talking.

Onun sert görünüşü çocuklara başlarının belada olduğunu söylüyordu. - Her stern look told the boys that they were in trouble.

stern
{s} arka
stern
{i} (gemide/teknede) kıç
stern
amansız
stern
arka taraf
stern
şiddetli
stern
pupa
stern
haşin
stern
(Askeri) kuvvetli
stern
sert (kimse)
stern
(Askeri) kıç tarafı
stern
(Askeri) kıç bodoslama
stern
arka kısım
stern
Yavuz
stern
{s} inatçı
stern
{s} sert (bakış/yüz)
stern
{s} acımasız
warn sternly
sert bir şekilde uyarmak
English - English
{a} in a stern manner, harshly, severely
with sternness; in a severe manner; "`No,' she said sternly"; "peered severely over her glasses
strictly, firmly, in an uncompromising manner
with sternness; in a severe manner; "`No,' she said sternly"; "peered severely over her glasses"
In a stern manner
stern
grim and forbidding in appearance
stern
having a hardness and severity of nature or manner
stern
The rear part or after end of a ship or vessel
stern
{a} severe in lock, harsh, cruel, afflictive
stern
{n} the hinder part of a ship, tail, direction
Stern
sternage
Stern
{i} family name; Isaac Stern (1920-2001), Russian-born American violinist; Otto Stern (1888-1969) German-born American physicist, winner of the Nobel prize in 1943
stern
Fig
stern
The hinder part of anything
stern
back part of a ship (poupe)
stern
{i} rear section of a boat (Nautical); back part of anything
stern
not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty; "grim determination"; "grim necessity"; "Russia's final hour, it seemed, approached with inexorable certainty"; "relentless persecution"; "the stern demands of parenthood"
stern
United States concert violinist (born in Russia in 1920)
stern
Being in the stern, or being astern; as, the stern davits
stern
the rear part of a ship
stern
The rear or after end of a vessel
stern
{s} strict, uncompromising, firm; grim, harsh, austere
stern
The after part (back) of the boat
stern
The after (back) part of a boat
stern
The aftermost end of a ship
stern
Back of the boat
stern
grim, has hardness or severity of nature or manner
stern
The rear end or back of a vessel
stern
the rear part of a ship United States concert violinist (born in Russia in 1920) severe and unremitting in making demands; "an exacting instructor"; "a stern disciplinarian"; "strict standards
stern
The rear end of a vessel
stern
Rear of the vessel
stern
The black tern
stern
The stern of a boat is the back part of it. From stem to stern: see stem prow. Russian-born American violinist who is considered among the great 20th-century virtuosos. German-born American physicist. He won a 1943 Nobel Prize for detecting the magnetic movements of atomic particles. the back of a ship bow. German weekly newsmagazine. Founded in 1948, it quickly became known for its outstanding photography and its blend of light and serious material. The magazine's lively treatment of many topics helped it achieve wide popularity in the 20th century. With a weekly circulation of roughly one million, Stern features pictorial essays, celebrity profiles, interviews, and other material and combines provocative photographs of violence and sexual imagery with conventional pictures of current events. In the early 21st century, Stern took an influential stand against neo-Nazi activities by launching a campaign to prevent right-wing violence. György Stern Solti Stern Isaac Jonas Stern
stern
The after or rear end of a ship or other vessel, or of a boat; the part opposite to the stem, or prow
stern
The tail of an animal; now used only of the tail of a dog
stern
the back end of a kayak
stern
The back part of a boat
stern
The post of management or direction
stern
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
stern
The back of a vessel
stern
The aftermost part of a ship
stern
Someone who is stern is very serious and strict. Her father was stern and hard to please
stern
Having a certain hardness or severity of nature, manner, or aspect; hard; severe; rigid; rigorous; austere; fixed; unchanging; unrelenting; hence, serious; resolute; harsh; as, a sternresolve; a stern necessity; a stern heart; a stern gaze; a stern decree
stern
of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor; forbidding in aspect; "an austere expression"; "a stern face"
stern
The end of a vessel Opposite of bow
stern
The rear of the boat
stern
The back end of a boat
stern
after-part of a ship or boat
stern
The helm or tiller of a vessel or boat; also, the rudder
stern
The afterpart of a vessel
stern
Stern words or actions are very severe. Mr Straw issued a stern warning to those who persist in violence + sternly stern·ly `We will take the necessary steps,' she said sternly
stern
Rear of a vessel
stern
The rear part of the boat
stern
severe and unremitting in making demands; "an exacting instructor"; "a stern disciplinarian"; "strict standards"
stern
[top] The very back end of the canoe
stern
The aft part of a ship
stern
"The rear part of a ship " (Uden & Cooper)
stern
The rear of a ship Also see bow, starboard and port
stern
stour
sternly

    Turkish pronunciation

    stırnli

    Pronunciation

    /ˈstərnlē/ /ˈstɜrnliː/

    Etymology

    [ 'st&rn ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English sterne, from Old English styrne; akin to Old English starian to stare; more at STARE.

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