graze

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sıyrık
{f} sıyırıp geçmek
otlanmak
{f} otlamak
(Askeri) YALAYARAK GEÇMEK: Zemine yakın geçiş. Ayakta duran bir insana çarpacak kadar alçaktan geçen ve zemine hemen hemen paralel bir yol takip eden bir atım. 2. SATIHTA: Havada infilak veya sekme ateşinde paralanma noktası satıhta veya satıh altında vukua gelen infilakleri belirtmek için kullanılan kıymetlendirme veya gözetleme terimi. Ayrıca bakınız: "air", "graze burst"
otarmak
{f} otlatmak
otlat

Umut aptalların otlattığı çayırdır - Hope is the meadow on which fools graze.

sıyırmak
{f} sıyrılmak
x sıyır/kullan/otla/otlat
{i} sıyırma
yalamak
graze burst
(Askeri) satıhta paralanma
graze cattle
sığır otlatmak
graze wound
yara sıyrık
graze burst
(Askeri) SATIHTA PARALANMA, YERDE PARALANMA: Bak. "graze"
grazing
{i} otlatma
grazing
hayvan otlatma
grazing
otlak
grazing
{f} otlat
grazing
otlatarak
grazing
otla
grazing
otlama
grazing
(isim) otlama
i have a graze
sıyrık var
mixed graze
(Askeri) KARIŞIK-VURUŞ: Hem havada hem satıhta, ancak çoğunluğu satıhta paralanan atımın, bir belirleyici ya da gözlemci tarafından yapılan belirlemesi ya da gözlemi
mixed graze
(Askeri) karışık-vuruş
to graze
sıyırıp geçmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To tend (cattle, etc.) while grazing
To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture); to browse

cattle graze on the meadows.

To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for
A light abrasion; a slight scratch
To cause a slight wound to; to scratch

to graze one's knee.

To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing

the bullet grazed the wall.

The act of grazing; a scratching or injuring lightly on passing
{v} to eat grass, touch slightly, glance, skim
a superficial abrasion scrape gently; "graze the skin" break the skin (of a body part) by scraping; "She was grazed by the stray bullet
{f} rub lightly against something; scrape the skin from; feed on growing grass (of livestock); watch over livestock while they are grazing
To touch something lightly in passing
To eat grass; to feed on growing herbage; as, cattle graze on the meadows
To tend cattle, etc
{i} instance of rubbing lightly against something; scrape; scratch; act of grazing, act of eating grass
To yield grass for grazing
let feed in a field or pasture or meadow
A light touch; a slight scratch
feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
break the skin (of a body part) by scraping; "She was grazed by the stray bullet"
eat lightly, try different dishes; "There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing"
scrape gently; "graze the skin"
The act of grazing; the cropping of grass
If something grazes another thing, it touches that thing lightly as it passes by. A bullet had grazed his arm. a wound caused by rubbing that slightly breaks the surface of your skin
If you graze a part of your body, you injure your skin by scraping against something. I had grazed my knees a little. + grazed grazed grazed arms and legs
break the skin (of a body part) by scraping; "She was grazed by the stray bullet
To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing; as, the bullet grazed the wall
while grazing
with grass; to furnish pasture for
A graze is a small wound caused by scraping against something
To feed or supply cattle, sheep, etc
The act of grazing; a touching or rubbing lightly on passing
To cause a slight wound to
a superficial abrasion scrape gently; "graze the skin"
the act of grazing
a superficial abrasion
When animals graze or are grazed, they eat the grass or other plants that are growing in a particular place. You can also say that a field is grazed by animals. Five cows graze serenely around a massive oak The hills have been grazed by sheep because they were too steep to be ploughed Several horses grazed the meadowland. a large herd of grazing animals
grazing
{n} the act of feeding upon grass
grazing
the act of grazing
To graze
creaght
grazed
past of graze
grazed
scraped or touched lightly in passing; "his grazed and bleeding arm proved he had been in the line of fire
grazer
{i} animal who grazes, animal who feeds on grasses
grazer
An animal that grazes
grazer
a herbaceous organism that consumes primarily grasses
grazer
One that grazes; a creature which feeds on growing grass or herbage
grazer
A consumer which attacks large numbers of large prey during its lifetime, but removes only a part of each prey individual, so that the effect, although often harmful, is rarely lethal in the short term, and never predictably lethal
grazer
an animal that eats grasses and other ground-growing non-woody plants
grazers
organisms which feed on small organic particles and attached algae
grazers
reindeer, sheep, goats and livestock: Products from these participants in the forage-livestock pathway - reindeer (meat), sheep (mutton), goats (cheese and milk), and cattle (milk and meat) - often exhibit rapid bioaccumulation of radioactive contamination
grazers
plural of grazer
grazers
eat only parts of (many) individuals, harm varies, not always lethal (large herbivores, blood-sucking insects BHT include leeches (Hirudinae) in this category, not as parasites)
grazes
plural of graze
grazing
the act of brushing against while passing
grazing
– The act of constantly flipping through TV channels, watching several shows at once, brought on by the ease of remote-control units and the wider viewing selection that cable TV offers
grazing
method of seeking information in which the user passively observes what is presented until the information sought appears
grazing
present participle of graze
grazing
{i} pastureland, pasture, field or plot of ground where livestock are grazed
grazing
The act of one who, or that which, grazes
grazing
Feeding on grasses and herbs
grazing
the use of grasses and other plants to feed wild or domestic herbivores such as deer, sheep and cows
grazing
Snacking on items, such as croutons, tortillas, breadsticks, crackers, sauces, and whatever else might be on the sidebar or along the expo line
grazing
A style of television viewing where the viewer switches channels often, either looking for alternative programming or watching multiple programs simultaneously Also referred to as Channel Surfing
grazing
A pasture; growing grass
grazing
Grazing or grazing land is land on which animals graze. He had nearly a thousand acres of grazing and arable land
grazing
Quickly sampling a variety of programs using remote controls while viewing
grazing
A method of feeding by herbivores
grazing
watching several television programs simultaneously
graze