wind up

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English - Turkish
son vermek
(deyim) küplere bindirmek
(deyim) gıcık etmek
(deyim) sinirden kudurtmak
(saat) kurmak
(Teknik,Tekstil) top sarmak
yukarı kaldırmak
(Teknik,Tekstil) rolik sarmak
(deyim) sinirlerini ayağa kaldırmak
(deyim) birini çok kızdırmak
(deyim) çok öfkelendirmek
bitmek, sona ermek: - The show wound up with Fehmi reciting "Han Duvarları."
(sonuçta) (belirli bir yer veya durumda) bulunmak: - The pair of them wound up in jail. - İf you keep on like this you'll wind up bankrupt
tahrik etmek
yumak yapmak
tasfiye etmek
sarıp sarmalamak
sona ermek
araba camını açmak
{k} 1. bitmek, sona ermek: The show wound up with Altan reciting "Han Duvarları." Müsamere, Altan'ın Han Duvarları'nı okumasıyla sona
kapamak (hesap)
bitmek, sona ermek: The show wound up with Altan reciting "Han Duvarları." Müsamere, Altan'ın Han Duvarları'nı okumasıyla sona
kurmak (saat)
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- (saati) kurmak 2- sonunda belli bir duruma yada yere gelmek
(deyim) wind sth. up bitirmek,sonuçlandırmak
wind someone up
(birisine) gaz vermek
wind someone up
gaza getirmek
wind something up
saat vb gibi bir şey kurmak
wind someone up
birisine gaz vermek
(sonuçta) (belirli bir yer veya durumda) bulunmak: "The pair of them wound up in jail. - Onların her ikisi hapsi boyladı."; "İf you keep on like this you'll wind up bankrupt. - Böyle devam edersen iflas edersin."
bitmek, sona ermek: "The show wound up with Fehmi reciting "Han Duvarları. - Müsamere, Fehmi'nin Han Duvarları'nı okumasıyla sona erdi."
to wind up
top sarmak
son kısım
topu atmak için kolu kaldırma
English - English
A humorous attempt to fool somebody, a practical joke in which the victim is encouraged to believe something untrue
To dissolve a partnership or corporation and liquidate its assets
To tighten by winding or twisting

Their feet padded softly on the ground, and they crept quite close to him, twitching their noses, while the Rabbit stared hard to see which side the clockwork stuck out, for he knew that people who jump generally have something to wind them up. But he couldn't see it. They were evidently a new kind of rabbit altogether.

To end up; to arrive or result

I followed the signs, and I wound up getting nowhere.

To excite

Try not to wind up the kids too much right before bedtime.

To play a prank, to take the mickey or mock

Twenty quid? Are you winding me up?.

To conclude, complete, or finish

Even though he had bad news, he tried to wind up his speech on a positive note.

coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem; "wind your watch"
finally be or do something; "He ended up marrying his high school sweetheart"; "he wound up being unemployed and living at home again"
{f} twist a knob in order to make something run (e.g. a watch, toy, clock, etc.) up; end, be finished (e.g. a meeting); finish something, bring something to a close (e.g a project, meeting); reach a certain state or course of action because of something else
give a preliminary swing to the arm pitching
When you wind up something such as the window of a car, you make it move upwards by turning a handle. He started winding the window up but I grabbed the door and opened it. = roll up wind down
If you wind someone up, you deliberately say things which annoy them. This woman really wound me up. She kept talking over me. = annoy
If you wind someone up, you say untrue things in order to trick them. You're joking. Come on, you're winding me up. = kid see also wind 3, wind-up, wound up
stimulate sexually; "This movie usually arouses the male audience"
If you wind up in a particular place, situation, or state, you are in it at the end of a series of actions, events, or experiences, even though you did not originally intend to be. He could wind up in gaol Little did I know that I would actually wind up being on the staff Both partners of the marriage wound up unhappy. = finish up, end up
When someone winds up a business or other organization, they stop running it and close it down completely. The Bank of England seems determined to wind up the company
When you wind up an activity, you finish it or stop doing it. The President is about to wind up his visit to Somalia
A punch line of a joke or comedy routine
The end or conclusion of something

Everyone come to our end-of-the-term wind-up party.

the part of a pitch where the pitcher moves his or her arm backwards before throwing the ball

He's into his wind-up. Here comes the pitch. Strike on the inside corner!.

A joke, an attempt to fool someone or to make them angry

Is this a wind-up, or what? No, no, it's true. He can really do it..

needing to be wound up in order to function

Maybe you could get a wind-up toy to distract him.

Operated by a coiled spring that is wound by hand
To wind up
A wind-up is a joke or trick in which someone deliberately tells you something untrue in order to annoy you. At first I couldn't believe it. I thought it was a wind-up by one of my mates. relating to a machine or toy that you turn part of several times, in order to make it move or start working
A wind-up device is a mechanical device with a handle or key that you turn several times before you use it in order to make it work. an old-fashioned wind-up gramophone
To convince somebody that something is true, especially when it is not, often for humorous purposes
Act of winding up, or closing; a concluding act or part; the end
the last part of something; a conclusion
A practical joke or tease
a concluding action
the act of ending or concluding something
operated by a mechanism; "windup toys"
{i} summary, conclusion, final part; movements a pitcher does in preparing to pitch the ball (Baseball)
wind up