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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} sürterek yara yapmak

Safra kesesi safra üretir. - The gallbladder produces bile.

Safra kesesi karaciğere bitişik bulunur. - The gallbladder is found adjacent to the liver.

{f} sürtünerek yaralan
sürtünme sonucu oluşan yara
bitkilerin yapraklarında böcekler tarafından oluşturulan hücre bozulması
sürtünerek yaralan(mak)
çürüklük bir arazide çorak olan kısım
{f} incitmek
{i} sürtünme yarası
{i} ağaç uru
{f} kızdırmak
{f} sürtmek
{i} dargınlık
kls gallon
{f} ovalamak
{f} yara olmak
{i} mazı
{i} kızgınlık
f sürterek yara etmek
{i} sıyrık
(Tıp) (1. galla). Safra öd
{i} acı şey
{f} kızmak
{f} incinmek
{i} yüzsüzlük
{f} gücendirmek
{i} kırgınlık
sinir etmek
gall nut
gall bladder
gall bladder
gall duct
yara akıntısı
gall oak
mazı meşesi
elma şeklinde mazı
Gall bladder
(Tıp, İlaç) Safra kesesi
gall and wormwood
safra ve pelin
gall on so.
Doğum safra öyle
gall stone
Safra taşı
gall duct
safra kanalı
crown gall
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) taç tümörü
sinir edici
incitici bir biçimde
sinirlendirici bir şekilde
aleppo gall
halep mazısı
bacterial crown gall
kök tümörü
bacterial crown gall
kök uru
{f} yaralan
{i} akıntılı
{f} yaralan
can sıkıcı
oak gall
crown gall
(Bitki) Kök uru
kökteki ur
rind gall
kabuklu safra
dip the pen in gall
(deyim) kaleminden zehir damlamak
{s} güce giden
{s} gurur kırıcı
{s} kırıcı
have the gall to
{k} (belirli bir şeyi) yapacak kadar küstah olmak
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Boynunu, elini zincir ile bağlamak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Girmek, sokmak, akmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ganimet malından hırsızlık etmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Hâinlik yapmak. Hıyanet etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
The gall bladder

He shall flee from the iron weapon and the bow of steel shall strike him through. It is drawn and cometh out of the body; yea, the glittering sword cometh out of his gall.

To trouble or bother

I went below, and did what I could for my wound; it pained me a good deal, and still bled freely; but it was neither deep nor dangerous, nor did it greatly gall me when I used my arm.

To cause pitting on a surface being cut from the friction between the two surfaces exceeding the bond of the material at a point

Improper cooling and a dull milling blade on titanium can gall the surface.

A bump-like imperfection resembling a gall

But first for your Line. First note, that you are to take care that your hair be round and clear, and free from galls, or scabs, or frets: for a well- chosen, even, clear, round hair, of a kind of glass-colour, will prove as strong as three uneven scabby hairs that are ill-chosen, and full of galls or unevenness. You shall seldom find a black hair but it is round, but many white are flat and uneven; therefore, if you get a lock of right, round, clear, glass-colour hair, make much of it.

Bile, especially that of an animal; the greenish, profoundly bitter-tasting fluid found in bile ducts and gall bladders, structures associated with the liver
Impudence or brazenness; temerity, chutzpah

Durn ye!” he cried. “I’ll lam ye! Get offen here. I knows ye. Yer one o’ that gang o’ bums that come here last night, an’ now you got the gall to come back beggin’ for food, eh? I’ll lam ye!” and he raised the gun to his shoulder.

A pit caused on a surface being cut caused by the friction between the two surfaces exceeding the bond of the material at a point
A blister or tumor-like growth found on the surface of plants, caused by burrowing of insect larvae into the living tissues, especially that of the common oak gall wasp

Even so, Redi retained a belief that in certain other cases—the origin of parasites inside the human or animal body or of grubs inside of oak galls—there must be spontaneous generation. Bit by bit the evidence grew against such views. In 1670 Jan Swammerdam, painstaking student of the insect’s life cycle, suggested that the grubs in galls were enclosed in them for the sake of nourishment and must come from insects that had inserted their semen or their eggs into the plants.

Great misery or physical suffering, likened to the bitterest-tasting of substances

Lest there should be among you man, or woman, or family, or tribe, whose heart turneth away this day from the LORD our God, to go and serve the gods of these nations; lest there should be among you a root that beareth gall and wormwood;.

To harass, to harry, often with the intent to cause injury

The disposition for these detachments is as follows – Morgans corps, to gain the enemy’s right flank; Maxwells brigade to hang on their left. Brigadier Genl. Scott is now marching with a very respectable detachment destined to gall the enemys left flank and rear.

A sore on a horse caused by an ill-fitted or ill-adjusted saddle; a saddle sore

Riding a horse with bruised or broken skin can cause a gall, which frequently results in the white saddle marks seen on the withers and backs of some horses.

To exasperate

Metrinko was hungry, but he was galled by how self-congratulatory his captors seemed, how generous and noble and proudly Islamic.

A sore or open wound caused by chafing, which may become infected, as with a blister

And remember perfectly well his revolving eyes and his awkwardness, / And remember putting plasters on the galls of his neck and ankles;.

A feeling of exasperation

It moves my gall to hear a preacher descanting on dress and needle-work; and still more, to hear him address the British fair, the fairest of the fair, as if they had only feelings.

To chafe, to rub or subject to friction; to create a sore on the skin

he went awkwardly in these clothes at first: wearing the drawers was very awkward to him, and the sleeves of the waistcoat galled his shoulders and the inside of his arms; but a little easing them where he complained they hurt him, and using himself to them, he took to them at length very well.

{v} to hurt the skin, hurt, fret, vex, harass
{n} bile, rancor, great anger, wrath, a ford, a nut
Some galls are due to aphids, mites, etc
An action demonstrating impudence or brazenness; temerity, chutzpah
An excrescence of any form produced on any part of a plant by insects or their larvae
Galls can occur on any part of the plant, including its roots They can be any number of colors or shapes, but are recognizable as a tumor-like growth The plant creates the gall as a response to a virus, bacteria, fungus, or sucking insects In the case of an insect, plant tissue grows around the insect, supplying it with food (and, incidentally, protection) In return, the insect will sometimes keep to the tissue offered, rather than attacking tissue vital to the plant's health Unfortunately, of course, the pest population could be large or the disease might spread, which outpaces the plant's ability to feed it To control gall, cut and destroy infected tissue, leaves, or stems Gall resistant plant varieties are also available
{f} hurt, wound; make bitter; cause pain; offend
Anything extremely bitter; bitterness; rancor
{i} bile; bitterness, rancor; impudence, cheek
an open sore on the back of a horse caused by ill-fitting or badly adjusted saddle
The gallbladder
A pronounced swelling or outgrowth on a plant
To fret; to vex; as, to be galled by sarcasm
It consists of the secretion of the liver, or bile, mixed with that of the mucous membrane of the gall bladder
abnormal swelling of plant tissue caused by insects or microorganisms or injury a skin sore caused by chafing irritate or vex; "It galls me that we lost the suit
A localised proliferation of plant tissue caused by the irritation of bacteria, fungi, mites, or insects These are the odd bumps and swellings seen on stems and leaves Winsop in the Ojibwe
The larvae live within the galls
abnormal swelling of plant tissue caused by insects or microorganisms or injury
to damage the surface of a powder metallurgy compact or die part through adhesion of powder to the die cavity wall or punch surface
A wound in the skin made by rubbing
the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
a skin sore caused by chafing
To fret and wear away by friction; to hurt or break the skin of by rubbing; to chafe; to injure the surface of by attrition; as, a saddle galls the back of a horse; to gall a mast or a cable
a swelling or overgrowth produced on a plant as result of an infection by certain pathogens
Impudence; brazen assurance
become or make sore by or as if by rubbing
An abnormal growth on a plant that is caused by the presence of a pathogen or other stimulus, often an insect
They are most commonly caused by small Hymenoptera and Diptera which puncture the bark and lay their eggs in the wounds
disapproval If you say that someone has the gall to do something, you are criticizing them for behaving in a rude or disrespectful way. She had the gall to suggest that I might supply her with information about what Steve was doing. = nerve
If someone's action galls you, it makes you feel very angry or annoyed, often because it is unfair to you and you cannot do anything about it. It must have galled him that Bardo thwarted each of these measures It was their serenity which galled her most. + galling gall·ing It was especially galling to be criticised by this scoundrel
ffyèl, bil
A blister or tumor-like growth found on the surface of plants, caused by burrowing of insect larvae into the living tissues, especially that of the common oak gall wasp (Cynips quercusfolii)
To injure; to harass; to annoy; as, the troops were galled by the shot of the enemy
A gall is a growth on the surface of a plant that is caused by an insect, disease, fungus, or injury. n. An abnormal swelling of plant tissue caused by insects, microorganisms, or external injury. to make someone feel upset and angry because of something that is unfair. Abnormal, localized outgrowth or swelling of plant tissue caused by infection from bacteria, fungi, viruses, or nematodes, or by irritation by insects and mites. The common plant disease crown gall, characterized by the proliferation of galls on the roots and lower stems, is caused by the bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens
a digestive juice secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder; aids in the digestion of fats
To scoff; to jeer
Pronounced swelling or outgrowth on a plant, usually insect or disease caused
irritate or vex; "It galls me that we lost the suit"
Excessive or monstrous growth on or in a plant often caused by an insect and in some cases by nematodes
An unnatural outgrowth on plants due to insects or parasitic fungi
The bitter, alkaline, viscid fluid found in the gall bladder, beneath the liver
A swelling of plant tissue caused by insects or fungus Back to alphabetical list
An abnormal growth of plant tissue caused by the presence of an insect or other foreign organism
To be troubled or bothered by
Bile, especially that of an animal; the greenish, profoundly bitter-tasting fluid found in bile ducts and gallbladders, structures associated with the liver
a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
To impregnate with a decoction of gallnuts
(1) Heb mererah, meaning "bitterness" (Job 16: 13); i e , the bile secreted in the liver This word is also used of the poison of asps (20: 14), and of the vitals, the seat of life (25)
gall bladder
A pear-shaped organ that stores bile from the liver, until the body needs it for the digestion and absorption of fats in the duodenum
gall bladders
plural form of gall bladder
gall dang
A less vulgar term in place of the idiom "God damn!" commonly used in anger or surprise
gall midge
Any insect of the Cecidomyiidae family, whose larvae damage crops and other plants, creating galls on the stems and other fleshy parts
gall midges
plural form of gall midge
gall wasp
Any insect of the Cynipidae family, whose larvae damage trees, particularly oak trees, creating galls on the branches
gall wasps
plural form of gall wasp
gall apple
Apples which grow from a tree as a result of eggs laid by gallflies
gall bladder
Your gall bladder is the organ in your body which contains bile and is next to your liver. the organ in your body in which bile is stored
gall bladder
small muscular sac in which bile for the liver is stored
gall midge
Any of various small, mosquitolike flies of the family Cecidomyiidae, having larvae that cause the formation of galls in plants
gall midge
fragile mosquito-like flies that produce galls on plants
gall mite
Any of various mites of the family Eriophyidae that produce galls on plants
gall stone
calculus or stone formed in the gallbladder or bile ducts often causing extreme pain
gall wasp
small solitary wasp that produces galls on oaks and other plants
gall wasp
Any of various wasps of the family Cynipidae whose larvae produce distinctively shaped galls on oaks and other plants
crown gall
A disease of plants caused by infection of soil bacteria of the genus Agrobacterium
vexing, humiliating
Present participle of gall
oak gall
A gall produced by an oak by a wasp larva
(Veterinary Science) A raw area of skin, with loss of hair, on the back or behind the elbow of a horse caused by uneven pressure by the saddle or girth
{a} hurt, fretted, injured, vexed, grieved
crown gall
A bacterial disease of plants (especially pome and stone fruits and grapes and roses) which forms excrescences on the stem near the ground
Franz Joseph Gall
born March 9, 1758, Tiefenbronn, Baden died Aug. 22, 1828, Paris, Fr. German anatomist and physiologist, founder of phrenology. Convinced that mental functions reside in specific brain areas and determine behaviour, he assumed that the skull surface reflected development of these areas. The first concept was proved correct when Paul Broca located the brain's speech centre in 1861. The second was invalidated when it was found that the skull's thickness varies, so its shape does not reflect the brain's. Gall was the first to identify gray matter with active tissue (nerves) and white matter with conducting tissue
as bitter as gall
very bitter
crown gall
A widespread disease of numerous plants caused by the bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens and characterized by formation of galls especially at the junction of root and stem. Disease of plants caused by the bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Thousands of plant species are susceptible, including especially rose, grape, pome and stone fruits (e.g., apples, peaches), shade and nut trees, many shrubs and vines, and perennial garden plants. Symptoms include roundish, rough-surfaced galls, several inches or more in diameter. At first cream-coloured or greenish, they later turn brown or black. As the disease progresses, affected plants lose vigour and may eventually die
dip one's pen in gall
write in a hateful and spiteful manner
gall bladder
{i} cholecyst
past of gall
painful from having the skin abraded
The damaging of one or both metallic surfaces by removal of particles from localized areas due to seizure during sliding friction Developing a condition on the rubbing surface of one or both mating parts where excessive friction between high spots results in localized welding with substantial spalling and a further roughening of the surface
Surface damage when two materials slide against each other, resulting in localized welding of high spots Typically refers to Al or Cu sticking in wire drawing dies and the resultant drawn wire damage
Fitted to gall or chafe; vexing; harassing; irritating
causing irritation or annoyance; "tapping an annoying rhythm on his glass with his fork"; "aircraft noise is particularly bothersome near the airport"; "found it galling to have to ask permission"; "an irritating delay"; "nettlesome paperwork"; "a pesky mosquito"; "swarms of pestering gnats"; "a plaguey newfangled safety catch"; "a teasing and persistent thought annoyed him"; "a vexatious child"; "it is vexing to have to admit you are wrong"
A form of wear in which seizing or tearing of the gear or bearing surface occurs (099)
{s} hurtful, causing bitterness and resentment; irritating, annoying
making you feel upset and angry because of something that is unfair = annoying
An severe form of adhesive wear which occurs during sliding contact of one surface relative to another Clumps of one part stick to the mating part and break away from the surface (Can frequently occur when both the nut and bolt are zinc coated )
A metal condition that occurs between the facing surfaces of two mating metal products Excessive friction between the high spots of these two products results in momentary adhesion and subsequent surface deterioration
(1) a condition whereby excessive friction between mating parts results in localized welding; subsequent spalling and a further roughening of the rubbing surfaces may follow; (2) a severe form of scuffing associated with gross damage to the surfaces or failure
Tearing out of particles from a metal surface by sliding friction
A form of wear in which seizing or tearing of the gear or bearing surface occurs
Descriptive term relating to gears These are dragged, roughened surfaces due to lubrication failure More severe than scoring or scuffing
Occurs when the threads of a bolt are damaged from lack of lubrication or excessive force of tightening This is not cross-threading
third-person singular of gall
spruce gall aphid
a variety of adelgid
water gall
A watery appearance in the sky, accompanying the rainbow; a secondary or broken rainbow
water gall
A cavity made in the earth by a torrent of water; a washout