fray

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kavga
{f} yıpranmak
{f} aşındırmak
{f} aşınmak
saçaklanmak
tarazlanmak
atışma
boğuşma
savaşma
dövüşme
münakaşa
tarazlandırmak
tartışma
yarışma
arbede
yıpratmak
{f} yıpran

Bu uzatma kablosu bana tehlikeli gibi görüyor. Nereden yıprandığını görüyor musun? - That extension cord looks dangerous to me. You see where it's frayed there?

Onun ceketinin manşetleri kötü yıpranmış. - The cuffs of his suit jacket are badly frayed.

çekişme
{i} savaş
{i} karışıklık
{i} mücâdele
yıpran/yıprat
{f} boynuz tüylerini dökmek (geyik)
{f} (kumaşı/ipi) yıpratmak; yıpranmak; saçaklanmak
boynuz tüylerini dökmek
fray out
yıpratmak
fray out
aşındırmak
fray out
yıpranmak
fray out
aşınmak
to fray
tarazlanmak
frayed
{f} yıpran

Onun ceketinin manşetleri kötü yıpranmış. - The cuffs of his suit jacket are badly frayed.

Bu uzatma kablosu bana tehlikeli gibi görüyor. Nereden yıprandığını görüyor musun? - That extension cord looks dangerous to me. You see where it's frayed there?

frayed
yıpranmış
third person singular of fray
üçüncü kişi fray tekil
fraying
yıpranma
fraying
yıpratma
to fray
tarazlandırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To cause exhaustion, wear out (a person's mental strength)

The stressful day ended in frayed nerves. (Metaphorical use; nerves are visualised as strings).

Affray; broil; contest; combat; brawl; melee

Though they did not know the reason for the dispute, they did not hesitate to leap into the fray.

To unravel; used particularly for the edge of something made of cloth, or the end of a rope

The ribbon frayed at the cut end.

to fret at the edge so as to loosen or break the threads
{n} a quarrel, a fright
{v} to frighten, to rub
To bear the expense of; to defray
wear away by rubbing; "The friction frayed the sleeve"
{i} quarrel, brawl, skirmish, fight
to unravel. Used particularly for the edge of something made of cloth, or the end of a rope
If your nerves or your temper fray, or if something frays them, you become nervous or easily annoyed because of mental strain and anxiety. Tempers began to fray as the two teams failed to score This kind of living was beginning to fray her nerves
Affray; broil; contest; combat
to cause exhaustion, wear out (a persons mental strength)
To rub; to wear off, or wear into shreds, by rubbing; to fret, as cloth; as, a deer is said to fray her head
a noisy fight
To frighten; to terrify; to alarm
If something such as cloth or rope frays, or if something frays it, its threads or fibres start to come apart from each other and spoil its appearance. The fabric is very fine or frays easily The stitching had begun to fray at the edges Her washing machine tends to fray edges on intricate designs. fraying edges in the stair carpet He wore frayed jeans and cowboy shirts
A fret or chafe, as in cloth; a place injured by rubbing
cause friction; "my sweater scratches"
The fray is an exciting or challenging activity, situation, or argument that you are involved in. There will have to be a second round of voting when new candidates can enter the fray He would be inspiring young people to get into the political fray. the fray an argument or fight
To wear out or into shreads, or to suffer injury by rubbing, as when the threads of the warp or of the woof wear off so that the cross threads are loose; to ravel; as, the cloth frays badly
wear away by rubbing; "The friction frayed the sleeve
To rub
{f} wear out, make ragged; wear on the nerves, irritate; be worn out, become ragged; rub
Fray Jorge National Park
National park, north-central Chile. Established in 1941 and covering 39 sq mi (100 sq km), it preserves a pocket of subtropical forest in a semiarid region. Botanists conjecture that this unusual situation exists because the relatively warm discharge of a nearby river into the cold Pacific Ocean creates an almost continuous fog, providing moisture for the forest
frayed
{a} frightened, rubbed, worn by rubbing
frayed
worn away or tattered along the edges; "frayed cuffs"
frayed
worn away or tattered along the edges; "frayed cuffs
frayed
{s} tattered, worn, having unraveled threads (of cloth); tired, irritable, upset
fraying
The skin which a deer frays from his horns
fraying
present participle of fray
fraying
{i} frayed or worn spot (as on fabric); skin that a deer frays from his horns
frays
plural of fray
frays
third person singular of fray
fray