to drown

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English - Turkish
{f} suda boğulmak
boğmak
bastırmak
(Osmanlıca) gark etmek
boğulmak

Bütün yolcular boğulmaktan kurtarıldılar. - All the passengers were saved from drowning.

Çocuk boğulmak üzereydi. - The child came near being drowned.

(sesi) bastırmak
boğulmak (suda)
suyun altında bırakmak
boğul

Çocuk boğulmak üzereydi. - The child came near being drowned.

Bill boğulan çocuğu kurtarmak için nehre daldı. - Bill dived into the river to save the drowning child.

(suda) boğulmak
{f} dağıtmak
su altında bırakmak
batırmak
bastırmak out ile gürültü ederek bir sesin işitilmesine engel olmak
{f} suda boğmak
boğma

Tom kendini küvetinde boğmaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to drown himself in his bathtub.

Dan kendini boğmaya çalıştı. - Dan tried to drown himself.

drowned in tears iki gözü iki çeşme
kapla/boğul/boğ
drowned in sleep ağır uykuya dalmış
English - English
drenche
To be suffocated in water or other fluid; to perish by such suffocation
To lose, make hard to find or unnoticeable in an abundant mass

The CIA gathers so much information that the actual answers it should seek are often drowned in the incessant flood of reports, recordings, satellite images etc.

To deprive of life by immersion in water or other liquid
To overpower; to overcome; to extinguish; — said especially of sound; usually in the form "to drown out"
To overwhelm in water; to submerge; to inundate
{v} to choke with water, overflow, lose
To be suffocated in water or other fluid; to perish by suffocation in water
To drown is to die Avoid redundancies
cover completely or make imperceptible; "I was drowned in work"; "The noise drowned out her speech"
get rid of as if by submerging; "She drowned her trouble in alcohol"
To be suffocated in water or other fluid; to perish in water
To overpower; to overcome; to extinguish; said especially of sound
If you say that someone is drowning their sorrows, you mean that they are drinking alcohol in order to forget something sad or upsetting that has happened to them
1 warning of emotional overload 2 warning of overload in work, finances or life
(Ex 15: 4; Amos 8: 8; Heb 11: 29) Drowning was a mode of capital punishment in use among the Syrians, and was known to the Jews in the time of our Lord To this he alludes in Matt 18: 6
When someone drowns or is drowned, they die because they have gone or been pushed under water and cannot breathe. A child can drown in only a few inches of water Last night a boy was drowned in the river He walked into the sea and drowned himself Dolphins have sometimes been known to save drowning swimmers
kill by submerging in water; "He drowned the kittens"
kill by submerging in water; "He drowned the kittens
{f} suffocate in water; be suffocated by water; flood, inundate with water
die from being submerged in water, getting water into the lungs, and asphyxiating; "The child drowned in the lake" get rid of as if by submerging; "She drowned her trouble in alcohol" kill by submerging in water; "He drowned the kittens
To overpower; to overcome; to extinguish; - said especially of sound. Usually in the form "drown out"
die from being submerged in water, getting water into the lungs, and asphyxiating; "The child drowned in the lake"
If something drowns a sound, it is so loud that you cannot hear that sound properly. Clapping drowned the speaker's words for a moment Drown out means the same as drown. Their cheers drowned out the protests of demonstrators
emphasis If you say that a person or thing is drowning in something, you are emphasizing that they have a very large amount of it, or are completely covered in it. people who gradually find themselves drowning in debt The potatoes were drowned in chilli
to drown

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı draun

    Pronunciation

    /tə ˈdroun/ /tə ˈdraʊn/

    Etymology

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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