listen to the pronunciation of wow
English - Turkish
{i} müthiş şey
{ü} vay be

Vay be! O lezzetli görünüyor. - Wow! That looks delicious.

Vay be, işte nihayet Paris'teyiz. Önce nereyi gezsek? - Wow, we're finally in Paris. Where should we visit first?

{f} hayret ettirmek
{f} şaşırtmak
{i} büyük başarı [amer.]
{ü} hayret
{f} hayran etmek

Vay be, lezzetli görünüyor. - Wow, that looks tasty.

Vay be! Uzun zaman oldu. - Wow! It's been a long time.

vay canına

Vay canına, bu şaşırtıcı değil mi? - Wow, isn't that amazing?

Vay canına! Bu nedir, bensiz öğle yemeği yiyorsun! - Oh wow! What's this, you're having lunch without me!

{i} radyoda ses bozulması
{i} parmak ısıttıran şey
{ü} Vay!/Hayret bir şey!/Vay anasını! (Hayret belirtir.). f., k.dili. (birini) hayran
{ü} Oh, ...!/O, ...!/Harika! (Hayranlık belirtir.)
büyük başarı
wow wow
vay vay
pow wow
{i} toplantı
pow wow
bow wow
gürültülü protesto
bow wow
kuçu kuçu
bow wow
bow wow
hav hav
English - English
To amaze or awe

He really wowed the audience.

An exceptionally surprising or unbelievable fact

He did? That's a wow!.

An indication of excitement or surprise

Wow! I never expected this!.

An expression of amazement or awe

Wow! How do they do that?.

a computer based MMORPG
Windows-on-Windows Windows NT Enables Windows NT to run 16-bit Windows programmes
Slow periodic variations in the speed of a turntable or tape transport
feelings You can say `wow' when you are very impressed, surprised, or pleased. I thought, `Wow, what a good idea'
Word Over the World ambassador, a volunteer for a year of service in an assigned city, working part-time and witnessing full-time; the program was canceled in 1994
{f} excite; impress; bark, howl (Slang)
impress greatly; "The speaker wowed the audience
Make a SPARE (or TEN) out of a SPLIT LEAVE
An acronym for Windows on Win32, a subsystem of Windows NT that allows 16-bit Windows applications to run in protected memory spaces called virtual DOS machines See VDM
Weight on Wheels
{i} distorted sound; great success (Slang); barking, howling (Slang)
impress greatly; "The speaker wowed the audience"
A low pitch change that happens because the recorder or playback machine fluctuating in speed slowly
A crisp, engaging story or pitch that frames the selling proposition as, at least in part, and entertainment experience: the sheer delight a prospect feels on imagining a VW Beetle parked in her driveway The unexpected pleasure of design, the anticipated compliments of friends and passers-by: it all adds up to, "Wow!"
Grave Composer module
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Wavering of audio reproduction, due to speed fluctuations
Modulation in the 1-2 Hz range
{ü} cry of enthusiasm, cry of amazement, cry of surprise or admiration
a joke that seems extremely funny
You say that someone wows people when they give an impressive performance and fill people with enthusiasm and admiration. Ben Tankard wowed the crowd with his jazz. To have a strong, usually pleasurable effect on: a performance that wowed the audience. Slow variation in the pitch of a sound reproduction resulting from variations in the speed of the recording or reproducing equipment. to make people admire you a lot = impress
a gibbon, especially the silvery gibbon or the agile gibbon
wow factor
A quality that makes someone feel excited or surprised when they first see something
wow factor
An aspect of something that is very impressive or exciting
bow wow
the sound of a dog barking
Representing the sound of a dog barking
A dog
The sound of a dog barking
{i} woof-woof (sound that a dog makes); doggie, (informal term for dog)
the bark of a dog
pooch: informal terms for dogs
a word meaning a dog, used by and to small children (From the sound)
interjection wow 1
used when you think something is very impressive or surprising (Natural sound)
noun wow 3
a great success
pow wow
{i} discussion, conference, meeting; Native American festival or ceremony that involves feasting and dancing; (Slang) fresh snow
People sometimes refer to a meeting or discussion as a pow-wow. Every year my father would call a family powwow to discuss where we were going on vacation