guts

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} k.dili. cesaret, yürek: He's got guts. Bayağı cesur o
bağırsak
yürek

Tom'un yaptığını yapmak yürek isterdi. - It took guts to do what Tom did.

göt
büzük
öz
bağırsaklar
kararlılık
içerik
cesaret

O tür bir şeyi yapmaya ancak Tom'un cesareti vardı. - Only Tom would have the guts to do that kind of thing.

Tom'un Mary'den borç para istemeye cesareti var. - Tom has a lot of guts asking Mary for a loan.

azim
{i} çoğ. bağırsaklar
gutsy argo cesur
güç/cesaret/bağırsaklar
{i}

Artık hiç kimsenin onu yapmak için cesareti var gibi görünmüyor. - No one seems to have the guts to do that anymore.

Tom'un onu yapmak için cesareti yok. - Tom doesn't have the guts to do that.

argo cesaret
{i} enerji
{i} sindirim sistemi
{i} kişilik gücü
atılgan
gözüpek
yak/temizle
sakınmasız
gut
bağırsak veya mide
gut
içgüdüsel

Onun olmayacağına dair içgüdüsel bir hissim var. - I have a gut feeling that that won't happen.

Benim içgüdüsel hissim Tom'un yarın gelmeyeceğidir. - My gut feeling is that Tom won't show up tomorrow.

gut
bağırsak tel
gut
boğaz
gut
(Arılık) sindirim kanalı
gut
(Otomotiv) soymak
sweat one's guts out
(deyim) çok çalışmak
work one's guts out
(deyim) çok çalışmak
gut
bağırsaktan yapılan iplik
gut
içini temizlemek
gut
bağırsaklarını çıkarmak
gut
(bir binanın içini/vb.) yok etmek
gut
{i} yağma etme
gut
içe doğan
gut
kül etmek
gut
yakıp
gut
{f} yağmala
gut
bağırsak

Sami'nin, bağırsaklarına güvenmesi gerek. - Sami should trust his gut.

sweat one's guts out
kıçını yırtmak
gut
içten
blood and guts
kan ve bağırsaklar
fat guts
yağ bağırsaklar
get the guts
cesaretini toplamak
gut
ateşli
gut
ciddi
gut
(Sıfat) İçgüdüsel, içten, ateşli, coşkulu, önemli, ciddi
gut
(Tıp) Barsak
have guts in so.'s brain
in cesareti de öyle. 'beyin
no guts no glory
hiç cesaret yok zafer
not fit to carry guts to a bear
bir ayı için cesaret taşımaya uygun değil
twisted guts
bükülmüş bağırsaklar
derm
{i} alt deri
derm
{i} deri
derm
(Tıp) (a) Bakınız: Cutis or Corium
derm
{i} cilt
derm
{i} derma

Tom başarılı bir dermatologdur. - Tom is a successful dermatologist.

Tom'un yeni bir dermatoloğa ihtiyacı var. - Tom needs a new dermatologist.

gut
misina
gut
{i} kiriş
gut
bağırsaklarını dışarı dökmek
gut
{i} şerit
gut
içini tamamen tahrip etmek
gut
önemli
gut
dar geçit
gut
içten gelen
gut
{f} özetini çıkarmak
gut
yak/temizle
gut
hazım sistemi
gut
{f} içini tahrip etmek
gut
{i} geçit
gut
yağma etmek
gut
{f} temizlemek
gut
coşkulu
gut
içini çıkarmak
gut
çalgı kirişi
hate one's guts
ölesiye nefret etmek
hate one's guts
tiksinmek
hate someone's guts
(deyim) korkunç kin duymak
hate someone's guts
(deyim) birinden nefret etmek
have the guts
(deyim) have the guts (to do sth.) (kd) (çoğunlukla olumsuz kullanılır) gerekli cesareti veya yürekliliği olmak
have the guts to do
cesareti olmak
Türkçe - Türkçe

guts teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

gut
Damla hastalığı
gut
Organizmadaki ürik asidin atılmayarak vücudun bazı yerlerinde, özellikle ayak baş parmağında, topuk ve eklem yerlerinde birikmesinden ileri gelen, ağrı ve şişlerle ortaya çıkan hastalık, damla hastalığı, nikris
gut
Organizmadaki ürik asidin atılmayarak vücudun bazı yerlerinde, özellikle ayak başparmağında, topuk ve eklem yerlerinde birikmesinden ileri gelen, ağrı ve şişlerle ortaya çıkan hastalık, damla hastalığı, nikris
İngilizce - İngilizce
The entrails or contents of the abdomen
Courage; determination

She doesn't take any nonsense from anyone—she's got guts.

plural form of gut
Content, substance

His speech had no guts in it.

{i} courage, energy, determination; intestines
fortitude and determination; "he didn't have the guts to try it"
plural of gut
derm
guts out
To persevere
GUT
Grand unification theory
beer guts
plural form of beer gut
blood-and-guts
Performed with vigor, ferocity, passion, or violence (especially in competition)
drop one's guts
to break wind, to fart

You haven’t just dropped your guts, have you, my dear? There’s a sudden stench in my nostrils, a stench that would stun a smaller man, a man who had not seen service in the trenches, as I have.” — 1993, Hatchings by John Eppel.

gut
Made of gut, e.g., a violin with gut strings
gut
The alimentary canal, especially the intestine; innards
gut
The intestines of an animal used to make strings of a tennis racket or violin, etc
gut
To remove or destroy the most important parts of

Congress gutted the welfare bill.

gut
The abdomen of a person, especially one that is enlarged

beer gut.

hate somebody's guts
To despise; to hate intensely or passionately

She caught him seeing another woman, and now she hates his guts.

have someone's guts for garters
To reprimand severely

If you go out and play and get your clothes dirty, I'll have your guts for garters!.

spill one's guts
To vomit

But the sudden motion combined with the inhuman amount of whiskey he’d consumed must’ve gotten to him, because he started to look green and made a dive for the side of the bed to spill his guts.

spill one's guts
To confess, or to divulge secrets, typically speaking freely and at length after a change of motive or an incentive

At first, the suspect would not tell us anything about the other participants in the crime. But after being offered a deal, he spilled his guts.

gut
empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building"
gut
{n} the inward passage of food, gluttony, appetite
gut
{v} to take out the guts, draw, plunder
blood and guts
[only before noun] full of action or violence: "a blood-and-guts struggle between the two teams"
blood and guts
{s} describing or containing much violence or zeal; that deals with material facts; concerned with fundamental matters or values
blood-and-guts
full of action or violence
blood-and-guts
marked by great zeal or violence; "real blood-and-guts fiction"; "blood-and-guts football
gut
When someone guts a dead animal or fish, they prepare it for cooking by removing all the organs from inside it. It is not always necessary to gut the fish prior to freezing
gut
To plunder of contents; to destroy or remove the interior or contents of; as, a mob gutted the house
gut
To take out the bowels from; to eviscerate
gut
remove the guts of; "gut the sheep"
gut
-Slang for "Line Hose"
gut
This, when dry, is exceedingly strong, and is used as the snood of a fish line
gut
You can refer to someone's stomach as their gut, especially when it is very large and sticks out. His gut sagged out over his belt. see also beer gut
gut
the best place to hit your opponent with a stone-hard *smash
gut
To gut a building means to destroy the inside of it so that only its outside walls remain. Over the weekend, a firebomb gutted a building where 60 people lived A factory stands gutted and deserted
gut
(1) A narrow passage such as a STRAIT or INLET (2) A CHANNEL in otherwise SHALLOW WATER, generally formed by water in motion
gut
The alimentary canal A term used when describing fish larvae
gut
bowels; entrails
gut
To eviscerate
gut
the intestines
gut
A narrow passage of water; as, the Gut of Canso
gut
remove the guts of; "gut the sheep" empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building
gut
{i} intestines, alimentary canal; bowels, entrails; inner parts, contents of anything; sinew (used for violin strings, tennis rackets, etc.)
gut
Guts is the will and courage to do something which is difficult or unpleasant, or which might have unpleasant results. The new Chancellor has the guts to push through unpopular tax increases
gut
Gut is string made from part of the stomach of an animal. Traditionally, it is used to make the strings of sports rackets or musical instruments such as violins. see also gutted
gut
the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
gut
A gut feeling is based on instinct or emotion rather than reason. Let's have your gut reaction to the facts as we know them
gut
emphasis If you hate someone's guts, you dislike them very much indeed. We hate each other's guts
gut
emphasis If you say that you are working your guts out or slogging your guts out, you are emphasizing that you are working as hard as you can. Most have worked their guts out and made sacrifices. grand unified theory
gut
empty completely; destroy the inside of; "Gut the building
gut
The sac of silk taken from a silkworm (when ready to spin its cocoon), for the purpose of drawing it out into a thread
gut
The gut is the tube inside the body of a person or animal through which food passes while it is being digested
gut
of a sheep, used for various purposes
gut
A person's or animal's guts are all the organs inside them. By the time they finish, the crewmen are standing ankle-deep in fish guts
gut
The river s channel is often referred to as the "gut"
gut
Achronym for grand unified theory [F88] GUTs See grand unified theories [LB90] gyrofrequency The frequency with which an electron or other charged particle executes spiral gyrations in moving across a magnetic field [H76] gyrosynchrotron radiation Radiation emitted by mildly relativistic electrons [H76] This page is maintained by Cren Frayer Last modified: 2-Mar-99 Cren Frayer [email protected] caltech edu -->
gut
An intenstine; a bowel; the whole alimentary canal; the enteron; pl
gut
{f} disembowel, eviscerate; remove the internal contents of; destroy the inside of
gut
One of the prepared entrails of an animal, esp
gut
a strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
gut
Instinctive, e.g., a gut reaction
had the guts
possessed the pluck or nerve, had the courage
has guts
has courage, is daring, has spirit, has pluck, has nerve
he had more guts than brains
he was very brave but not very intelligent
he had the guts to do it
he had the nerve to do it, he had the courage to do it
no guts no glory
one must take risks in order to achieve glory, one who does not try does not succeed
spill one's guts
confess everything, divulge all (Slang)
you don't have the guts
you aren't brave enough
Türkçe - İngilizce

guts teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

Gut
(Tıp) bkz: Intestines
gut
gout
gut
podagra
gut
path. gout
göt ister. It takes guts
(to do something)
guts