taranmak

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Turkish - English
be dredged
be carded, combed; be hackled
be raked or strafed
be combed
be raked; be harrowed
be hatched; be crosshatched; be hachured
comb one´s hair
primp
to be carded, be combed; to be hackled
to be combed; to be raked; to comb oneself
to be raked; to be harrowed
to be hatched; to be crosshatched; to be hachured
combed
comb oneself
tara
{f} track

When you surf the web, you may be tracked by websites. - Web'de sörf yaptığında web siteleri tarafından izlenebilirsin.

We followed the tracks left by the deer. - Biz geyikler tarafından bırakılan izleri takip ettik.

taranma
toilet
tara
scour

Sami scoured the Internet to find more information about that. - Sami o konuda daha fazla bilgi bulmak için İnternet'i taradı.

tara
{f} comb

I have to comb my hair. - Saçımı taramak zorundayım.

Do you want me to comb your hair? - Saçını taramamı ister misin?

tara
{f} scouring
tara
mow down
tara
{f} scan

This scanner can see through clothes. - Bu tarayıcılar giysilerin içini görebilir.

As soon as I can get my son to scan our family photos, I'll upload some of them to our website. - Aile fotoğraflarımızı oğluma taratır taratmaz, onlardan bazılarını web sitemize yükleyeceğim.

tara
{f} scanning

Dan spent hours scanning dozens of pages of Linda's diary. - Dan, Linda'nın günlüğünden düzinelerce sayfayı tarayarak saatler geçirdi.

tara
mowdown
tara
{f} sweep
English - English

Definition of taranmak in English English dictionary

Tara
An Irish place name, associated with Hill of Tara, seat of ancient Irish kings

The harp of Tara swells.

Tara
a female Buddha typically associated with Buddhist tantra practice as preserved in Tibetan Buddhism. She is the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements
Tara
A female given name used since the 20th century, derived from the place name
Tara
In Buddhism, a saviour-goddess with numerous forms. Her worship is widely popular in Nepal, Tibet, and Mongolia. She is the feminine counterpart of Avalokitesvara. She came into existence when his tear fell to the ground and formed a lake; out of its waters rose a lotus, which, on opening, revealed the goddess. She is the protector of navigation and earthly travel, as well as of spiritual travel along the path to enlightenment. In art she typically holds a lotus and has a third eye. She is represented in various colours, signifying different aspects of her powers
Tara
a female given name
Tara
a goddess
tara
Wife of Vali (RRV-4b)
tara
Accolite of Horace
tara
(Skt ; = Tib Dr-lma) Important Mahayana and Vajrayana female deity, associated with the compassionate activity of the Buddha in order to rescue beings from suffering
tara
goodbye; equivalent to the more geographically widespread tata
tara
A female Buddha who is the manifestation of the wind element of all Buddhas She is the consort of Buddha Amoghasiddhi
tara
a village in eastern Ireland (northwest of Dublin); seat of Irish kings until 6th century
tara
the Goddess in her role as savior
tara
> A female Bodhisattva, Tara represents the compassionate acts of all Bodhisattvas
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