winter

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English - Turkish
kış

New York'ta kış çok soğuk olabilir. - Winter in New York can be very cold.

Kış soğuk fakat ben onu seviyorum. - Winter is cold, but I like it.

{s} kışlık

Yeni bir kışlık palto almalıyım. - I must buy a new winter coat.

Mary yeni bir kışlık ceket aldı. - Mary bought a new winter coat.

{i} yaş (yıl)
Physalis alkekengi
(Arılık) kışlatma
ihtiyarlık
kışlatmak
kışı geçirmek

Tom kışı geçirmek için yeterli yakacak odunu olup olmadığını merak etti. - Tom wondered if he had enough firewood to make it through the winter.

{f} kışlamak
Epiphyllum grandiflora
{f} kışı geçirtmek
kışla ilgili
winter cherry güveyfeneri
{f} in kışı (bir yerde) geçirmek, kışlamak; kışlatmak
zemheri
winter sleep
kış uykusu
winter cherry
güveyfeneri
winter conditions
kış şartları
winter day
kış günü
winter in
kışı bir yerde geçirmek
winter range
(Tarım) kışlık
winter savory
ballıbabagillerden
winter squash
(Gıda) bal kabağı
winter time
kış saati
winter tire
kış lastiği
winter wren
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çitkuşu
winter cress
tere
winter herald
kış habercisi
winter melon
kış kavunu
winter cherry
Kışın kiraz
winter coat
kış ceket
winter daffodil
kış nergis
winter grazing
kış otlatmasi
winter kis
kışlamak, kişi geçirmek
winter lamb
güz kuzusu
winter pasture
kış merası
winter range
kışlık, kışlık otlak
winter slumber
Kış uykusu
winter squash
balkabağı
winter storage
kışlık birikme
winter time
kış zamanı
winter air conditioning
kış klimatizasyonu
winter air conditioning
kış iklimlemesi
winter air conditioning
kış kliması
winter building problems
(İnşaat) kış yapımı sorunları
winter camouflage net
(Askeri) kış için kamuflaj
winter campaigning
(Askeri) kış seferi
winter cloth
(Tekstil) kışlık kumaş
winter cluster
(Arılık) kış salkımı
winter cluster
(Arılık) kış kümesi
winter coat
(Tekstil) kışlık palto
winter concreting
(Askeri) kış betonlaması
winter crop
kış ürünü
winter depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kış depresyonu
winter garden
sera
winter garden
limonluk
winter gasoline
kış benzini
winter grade motor oil
kış sınıfı motor yağı
winter grazing
(Tarım) kış otlatması
winter irrigation
kış sulaması
winter loss
(Arılık) kış kaybı
winter premium
(Ticaret) kış primi
winter quarters
kışlak
winter risk
(Ticaret) kış riski
winter savory
bot. (ballıbabagillerden, yaprakları bahar olarak kullanılan) bir geyikotu türü
winter solstice
günberi
winter solstice
(Astronomi) kış gündönümü
winter sports
kış sporları
winter storage
kışlık depolama
winter storm
(Meteoroloji) kış fırtınası
winter vomiting disease
(Tıp) Henüz tam olarak tanımlanamayan bir virus nedeniyle meydana gelen bir hastalık
winter warfare course
(Askeri) kış harp kursu
depth of winter
karakış
severe winter cold
kış kıyamet
suitable for the winter
kışlık
depth of winter
kışın ortası
hard winter
şiddetli kış
fruit that grows and ripens during the winter
yetişen ve kış aylarında olgunlaşır meyve
galoshes, winter boots
kaloşlar, kışlık botlar
in winter
kışın

Kışın çok kar yağar mı? - Does it snow much in winter?

Ben kışın kayak yapmaya giderdim. - I used to go skiing in winter.

nuclear winter
nükleer kış
readjustment of the clocks back to winter time
saatleri geri almak
the dead of winter
Zemheri
thick of the winter
Karakış, kışın en soğuk zamanı
wintered
kış
in the dead of winter
karakışta
in the depth of winter
karakışta
in the depth of winter
kara kışta
mountain and winter tourism
(Turizm) dağ ve kış turizmi
severe winter
karakış
spend the winter
kışlamak
spend the winter in
kışı geçirmek
the dead of winter
kış ortası
the dead of winter
kışın ortası
the dead of winter
karakış
English - English
A common Germanic surname
To spend the winter (in a particular place)

When they retired, they hoped to winter in Florida.

Traditionally the fourth of the four seasons, typically regarded as being from December 21 to March 20 in continental regions of the Northern Hemisphere or the months of June, July and August in the Southern Hemisphere. It is the time when the sun is lowest in the sky, resulting in short days, and the time of year with the lowest atmospheric temperatures for the region
To store something (for instance animals) somewhere over winter to protect it from cold
{n} the last and cold season of the year, a part of a printing press, on which the carriage rests
{v} to pass, stay or feed in, the winter
To keep, feed or manage, during the winter; as, to winter young cattle on straw
Season between fall and spring Astronomically it is the period from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox in the Northern Hemisphere
{f} spend or pass the winter; keep or feed during the winter
The characteristic of being winsome; attractiveness of manner
spend the winter; "We wintered on the Riviera"
the coldest season of the year; in the northern hemisphere it extends from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox
Winsome
Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted
If you winter somewhere, you spend the winter there. The family decided to winter in Nice again. the season after autumn and before spring, when the weather is coldest summer. to spend the winter somewhere. Frederick the Winter King nuclear winter Winter War
The winter season (high season) runs from December 15 through April 30 of each winter
One who, or that which, winnows; specifically, a winnowing machine
Traditionally the fourth of the four seasons, typically regarded as being from December 21 to March 20 in Northern Hemisphere regions and from June 21 to September 20 in Southern Hemisphere regions. Usually marked by the applicable hemisphere of the planet being at its minimum angle of exposure to the Sun, resulting in short days and typically the time period with the lowest atmospheric temperatures for the region
A windrow
Astronomically, this is the period between the winter solstice and the vernal equinox It is characterized as having the coldest temperatures of the year, when the sun is primarily over the opposite hemisphere Customarily, this refers to the months of December, January, and February in the North Hemisphere, and the months of June, July, and August in the Southern Hemisphere
the coldest season of the year; in the northern hemisphere it extends from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox spend the winter; "We wintered on the Riviera"
The season of the year in which the sun shines most obliquely upon any region; the coldest season of the year
The period of decay, old age, death, or the like
Winter is the season between autumn and spring. In the winter the weather is usually cold. In winter the nights are long and cold. the winter months. the late winter of 1941
the coldest season of the year
Old and crumbling
{i} season between autumn and spring, coldest season of the year (often characterized by coldness and rain or snow); period of dormancy or inactivity; span of one year as symbolized by the return of the winter season
For hemivertebra deformity; anterior and posterior approach with stabilization Also a procedure for correction of congenital kyphosis, by using an anterior approach and strut bone grafts
Causing joy or pleasure; gladsome; pleasant
{s} of winter, of the season between autumn and spring
el invierno
The act of one who, or that which, winnows
To keep, fee
When the air conditioning in your dorm finally kicks in
Wi
To pass the winter; to hibernate; as, to winter in Florida
If an animal or plant winters somewhere or is wintered there, it spends the winter there. The birds will winter outside in an aviary The young seedlings are usually wintered in a cold frame. one of the most important sites for wintering wildfowl
hiems
summer

There are four seasons in a year: spring, summer, fall and winter. - The four seasons are: Spring, summer, autumn and winter.

The four seasons are: Spring, summer, autumn and winter. - There are four seasons in a year: spring, summer, fall and winter.

Winter Finding
A festival celebrated in Heathenry which marks the beginning of winter, held on a date between the autumn equinox and 1st November
Winter Olympics
alternative name of the Olympic Winter Games
Winter Triangle
A bright asterism of the northern winter sky. Its corners are the stars Betelgeuse, Procyon, and Sirius
Winter's bark
A tree (Drimys winteri) native to Chile and Argentina, grown as an ornamental plant for its reddish-brown bark, bright green, fragrant leaves and clusters of creamy white, jasmine-scented flowers
Winter's bark
The bark of this tree
winter break
A period of time off during the winter, especially over the Christmas period
winter cherries
plural form of winter cherry
winter cherry
bladder cherry
winter coat
An animal's seasonal appearance in winter, notably thicker and/or otherwise camouflaged plumage or fur after (often autumnal) moulting

Regal ermine is made of the weasely stoat's winter coat.

winter coat
A warm coat, often an overcoat, fit to be worn in winter
winter fallow
Land that is kept fallow during the winter
winter melon
A vine of the genus Benincasa cultivated throughout Asia
winter melon
A green, fuzzy melon fruit taken from this vine that has sweet white flesh
winter rat
An old, unattractive automobile, purchased for little money, to be driven during brutal Great Lakes winters while the owner's "good" car remains garaged and protected from corrosive road salt for the season
winter solstice
The moment when the Earth is in that point of its orbit where the northern or southern hemisphere is most inclined away from the sun
winter solstices
plural form of winter solstice
winter sport
Any sport, originally only played during the winter, that is played on ice or snow
winter storm
A meteorological event in which the dominant varieties of precipitation are forms that only occur at cold temperatures, such as snow or sleet, or a rainstorm in which ground temperatures are cold enough to allow ice to form
winter vomiting disease
The gastroenteritic illness caused by noroviruses

epidemic collapse, epidemic nausea and vomiting, winter vomiting disease, severe gastroenteritis in infants and children, and sporadic gastroenteritis.

winter warmer
A traditional English strong ale that is brewed in the winter months. It is usually quite dark, but not as dark as a stout. Sometimes it has a few spices, especially in America
winter worm
a plant, Cordyceps sinensis, used in traditional Chinese medicine
winter-feed
Food given to livestock during the winter
winter-feed
To feed (livestock) during the winter
winter-hained
Of pasture, having livestock removed from it so that it may recover from grazing
winter-kill
To die from the lethal effects of wintery conditions
winter-kill
To kill by the effects of wintery conditions

The lasting frost winter-killed more critters then all predation.

winter-killed
Of crops, having been killed by winter weather
Winter's Bone
(Film) Winter's Bone is a 2010 American drama film, a literary adaptation of the 2006 novel Winter's Bone
winter daffodil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Sternbergia lutea (Fall daffodil, Winter daffodil, Yellow Autumn crocus) is a flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae, which is used as an ornamental plant
winter wheat
Wheat planted in the autumn and harvested the following spring or early summer
Winter Olympics
{i} Winter Olympic Games, Olympic Winter Games, Olympic competitions of winter sports held every four years in the winter at a two-year interval from the Summer Olympic games
winter aconite
small Old World perennial herb grown for its bright yellow flowers which appear in early spring often before snow is gone
winter aconite
Any of various Eurasian herbs of the genus Eranthis, especially E. hyemalis, having palmately dissected leaves and a solitary yellow flower that blooms in winter or early spring
winter break
A period of recess during the winter term at school and usually including the winter holidays
winter cherry
Chinese lantern, plant of Eurasia that has red berries contained in orange papery cases (of the nightshade family); berry of the winter cherry plant
winter cherry
A frequently cultivated Eurasian plant (Physalis alkekengi) having small red berries enclosed in inflated papery orange-red seed cases. Also called Chinese lantern plant
winter clothes
winter dress, warm clothing which is for the cold days of winter
winter clothing
garments worn during the winter
winter collection
new fashion collection designed especially for the winter season
winter cress
cress cultivated for winter salads any plant of the genus Barbarea: yellow-flowered Eurasian cresses; widely cultivated for winter salad
winter cress
Any of various herbs of the genus Barbarea of the mustard family, having pinnately divided basal leaves and yellow flowers
winter crookneck
any of various plants bearing squash having hard rinds and elongated recurved necks
winter crookneck squash
a squash with a hard rind and an elongated curved neck
winter crops
fruits and vegetables that grow during the winter season, hothouse plants
winter currant
a flowering shrub
winter driving
driving safely in winter conditions (i.e. wet roads, fogginess, snow, rain)
winter fashion
the latest in winter clothing, winter collection
winter flounder
A dark, rusty brown flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) of the North American Atlantic coast, prized especially in winter as a food fish
winter flounder
important American food fish in the winter
winter fruit
fruit that grows and ripens during the winter
winter hazel
any of several Asiatic deciduous shrubs cultivated for their nodding racemes of yellow flowers that appear before the leaves
winter heath
dwarf European shrub with very early-blooming bell-shaped red flowers
winter heliotrope
European herb with vanilla-scented white-pink flowers
winter jasmine
deciduous rambling shrub widely cultivated for its winter-blooming yellow flowers
winter melon
the fruit of the winter melon vine; a green melon with pale green to orange flesh that keeps well any of a variety of muskmelon vines having fruit with a smooth white rind and white or greenish flesh that does not have a musky smell
winter mushroom
an edible agaric that is available in early spring or late fall when few other mushrooms are; has a viscid smooth orange to brown cap and a velvety stalk that turns black in maturity and pallid gills; often occur in clusters
winter olympic games
{i} Winter Olympics, Olympic Winter Games, Olympic competitions of winter sports held every four years in the winter at a two-year interval from the Summer Olympic games
winter olympic games
an olympics for winter sports
winter purslane
succulent herb sometimes grown as a salad or pot herb; grows on dunes and waste ground of Pacific coast of North America
winter purslane
An annual plant (Montia perfoliata) of western North America, having small white flowers and fleshy leaves sometimes eaten in salads. Also called miner's lettuce
winter savory
resinous leaves used in stews and stuffings and meat loaf erect perennial subshrub having pink or white flowers and leathery leaves with a flavor of thyme; southern Europe
winter session
conferences of the house of representatives which takes place in the winter
winter sleep
hibernation, resting period during the winter for plants and animals, year of winter
winter solstice
In the Northern Hemisphere, the solstice that occurs on or about December
winter solstice
change in climate which occurs in the winter season, shortest day of the year
winter solstice
the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, usually around December 22nd summer solstice
winter solstice
December 22, when the sun is at its southernmost point
winter sports
Winter sports are sports that take place on ice or snow, for example skating and skiing. sports that are done on snow or ice, such as skiing
winter sports
sports which are played during the winter season
winter squash
any of various fruits of the gourd family with thick rinds and edible yellow to orange flesh that mature in the fall and can be stored for several months any of various plants of the species Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata producing squashes that have hard rinds and mature in the fall
winter squash
any of various plants of the species Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata producing squashes that have hard rinds and mature in the fall
winter squash
Any of several thick-rinded varieties of squash, such as the acorn squash, that can be stored for long periods. Also called hubbard squash
winter squash
{i} variety of squash which has a hard rind and firm flesh and can be stored for a long time
winter suit
warm suit intended to be worn during the winter season
winter sweet
medium-sized shrubby tree of South Africa having thick leathery evergreen leaves and white or pink flowers and globose usually two-seeded purplish black fruits
winter urn
a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
winter vegetables
vegetables which only grow during the winter season
winter wren
A small wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) having a short tail and black bars on the belly
winter wren
small wren of coniferous forests of northern hemisphere
winter's bark
South American evergreen tree yielding winter's bark and a light soft wood similar to basswood aromatic bark having tonic and stimulant properties
Olympic Winter Games
The winter counterpart to the summer Olympic Games
atomic winter
Nuclear winter

the military phantasy is fine-tuned into a nuclear war followed by an atomic winter.

buy straw hats in winter
Of stocks, to buy when both demand and price is low, sell when demand and price is high
in-winter
To keep (livestock) indoors during harsh weather
nuclear winter
A predicted drop in global temperature following a nuclear war due to dust in the upper atmosphere reducing sunlight reaching the ground
out-winter
Variant spelling of outwinter
summer and winter
To endure
summer and winter
To spend extended periods of time with; to test
winterer
Any animal (but especially any bird) that visits or resides in a specified location during the winter
winterly
Of weather, etc, characteristic of winter
winterly
Of or relating to winter
winters
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of winter
winters
plural form of winter
winters
In the winter

They ski winters in the Laurentians.

wintering
{n} the hybernacle of plants or bud
winterly
{a} suitable to winter, cold
the dead of winter
The coldest time of winter
In the Bleak Mid-Winter
a Christmas carol (=a traditional religious song) which is especially popular in the UK
Olympic Winter Games
{i} Winter Olympics, Winter Olympic Games, Olympic competitions of winter sports held every four years in the winter at a two-year interval from the Summer Olympic games
deep of winter
middle of winter, coldest part of winter
hard winter
harsh winter months, especially severe winter
love-in-winter
Eurasian herb with white or pinkish flowers in a terminal corymb
nuclear winter
Nuclear winter refers to the possible effects on the environment of a war in which large numbers of nuclear weapons are used. It is thought that there would be very low temperatures and very little light during a nuclear winter. A worldwide darkening and cooling of the atmosphere with consequent devastation of surviving life forms, believed by some scientists to be a probable outcome of large-scale nuclear war. Environmental devastation that some scientists contend would result from a nuclear war. The basic cause, as hypothesized, would be huge fireballs created by exploding nuclear warheads, which would ignite great fires (firestorms). Smoke, soot, and dust would be lifted to high altitudes and driven by winds to form a uniform belt encircling the Northern Hemisphere. The clouds could block out all but a fraction of the Sun's light, and surface temperatures would plunge for as much as several weeks. The semidarkness, killing frosts, and subfreezing temperatures, combined with high doses of radiation, would interrupt plant photosynthesis and could thus destroy much of the Earth's vegetation and animal life. Other scientists dispute the results of the original calculations, and, though such a nuclear war would undoubtedly be devastating, the degree of damage to life on the Earth remains controversial
nuclear winter
theoretical cool down of the Earth's climate that would occur following a nuclear war (as a result of dust and airborne particles blocking the Sun's heat and light)
nuclear winter
a long period of darkness and extreme cold that scientists predict would follow a full-scale nuclear war; a layer of dust and smoke in the atmosphere would cover the earth and block the rays of the sun; most living organisms would perish
wintered
past of winter
wintering
present participle of winter
winterly
Causing joy or pleasure; gladsome; pleasant
winterly
The act of one who, or that which, winnows
winterly
To keep, fee
winterly
The season of the year in which the sun shines most obliquely upon any region; the coldest season of the year
winterly
{s} wintry, like winter
winterly
The characteristic of being winsome; attractiveness of manner
winterly
One who, or that which, winnows; specifically, a winnowing machine
winterly
Happening in winter
winterly
A windrow
winterly
To pass the winter; to hibernate; as, to winter in Florida
winterly
The period of decay, old age, death, or the like
winterly
Cheerful; merry; gay; light-hearted
winterly
Like winter; wintry; cold; hence, disagreeable, cheerless; as, winterly news
winterly
Winsome
winters
Plural of winter
Turkish - English

Definition of winter in Turkish English dictionary

yaz kış summer and winter, all
the year round
winter
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