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English - Turkish
{f} homurdanmak
hırıltı
{i} homurdanma

Marzipan domuzları homurdanmazlar. - Marzipan pigs do not grunt.

hırlamak
hırıldamak
domuz gibi ses çıkarmak
(insan) homurdanmak
{i} domuz homurtusu
(hayvan) hırıldamak
{f} homurdan

Marzipan domuzları homurdanmazlar. - Marzipan pigs do not grunt.

domuz gibi homurdanmak
oflayıp puflamak
homurtu
{f} sızlanmak
homurdan/hırılda
hırıltı çıkaran bir balık
domuz gibi hırıldamak
gruntle
iyi hissettirmek
English - English
gruntle
A family of Perciformes fish of the family Haemulidae
Of a person: To make a grunt or grunts
The snorting cry of a pig
{n} the noise of a hog
{v} to make a noise like a hog
A short, snorting sound, often to show disapproval, or used as a reply when one is reluctant to speak
When an animal grunts, it makes a low rough noise. the sound of a pig grunting
Plumieri), and the redmouth grunt (H
Ranch term for dough pudding
medium-sized tropical marine food fishes that utter a grunting sound when caught
American infantryman in Vietnam Popular nickname
-A lineman's helper
medium-sized tropical marine food fishes that utter a grunting sound when caught the short low gruff noise of the kind made by pigs an unskilled or low-ranking soldier or other worker; "infantrymen in Vietnam were called grunts"; "he went from grunt to chairman in six years"
The cry of a pig when it makes its snorting cry
Any one of several species of American food fishes, of the genus Hæmulon, allied to the snappers, as, the black grunt A
A deep, guttural sound, as of a hog
Army or Marine enlisted man Often used in language school
issue a grunting, low, animal-like noise; "He grunted his reluctant approval
aurolineatus, of the Southern United States; also applied to allied species of the genera Pomadasys, Orthopristis, and Pristopoma
Called also pigfish, squirrel fish, and grunter; so called from the noise it makes when taken
An infantry soldier. (From the sound he presumably makes when shouldering a pack before starting a road march.)
{i} snort, low gruff sound (made by hogs and other animals); discontented grumble; foot soldier in the U.S. military (Slang)
If you grunt, you make a low sound, especially because you are annoyed or not interested in something. The driver grunted, convinced that Michael was crazy `Rubbish,' I grunted He grunted his thanks. Grunt is also a noun. Their replies were no more than grunts of acknowledgement
an unskilled or low-ranking soldier or other worker; "infantrymen in Vietnam were called grunts"; "he went from grunt to chairman in six years"
To make a deep, short noise, as a hog; to utter a short groan or a deep guttural sound
{f} snort, make a low gruff sound (like the noise made by hogs); grumble discontentedly
issue a grunting, low, animal-like noise; "He grunted his reluctant approval"
All sprinters want more of this, the term means Horsepower or Kilowatts units that the engine produces Sprint boats can have anywhere from 400-1200 HP, this of course depends on class
Of a pig: To make a grunt or grunts
the short low gruff noise of the kind made by pigs
to grunt
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