hare

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Türkçe - İngilizce
water

The ocean is a huge body of water that is constantly in motion. - Okyanus sürekli hareket halinde olan büyük bir su kütlesidir.

moiré, water
wave
moire
moiré, watering
range
ripple
ipekli hare
watered silk
İngilizce - İngilizce
To move swiftly
Any of several plant-eating animals of the family Leporidae, especially of the genus Lepus, being usually somewhat larger than a rabbit and with longer ears
If you hare off somewhere, you go there very quickly. an over-protective mother who keeps haring off to ring the babysitter. To move hurriedly, as if hunting a swift quarry. hare hares an animal like a rabbit but larger, which can run very quickly. to run or go very fast hare off. Bounding mammal (in the family Leporidae) whose young, unlike those of rabbits, are born fully haired, with open eyes, and sufficiently advanced to hop about a few minutes after birth. The common hare (Lepus europaeus) is native to central and southern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; introduced into Australia, it has become a pest there. In North America the jackrabbit and snowshoe hare are widespread. Many other species occur naturally on all principal landmasses except Australia. Hares have well-developed hind legs, and the ears are usually longer than the head. Species vary in length from 16 to 28 in. (40-70 cm), without the short tail. Hares in northern latitudes are white in winter and grayish brown in summer; elsewhere, they are usually grayish brown year-round. Hares are primarily herbivorous. snowshoe hare varying hare Hare Krishna movement Haring Keith
swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes
{n} a well known animal
flesh of any of various rabbits or hares (wild or domesticated) eaten as food
{v} to terrify
run quickly, like a hare; "He hared down the hill"
A rodent of the genus Lepus, having long hind legs, a short tail, and a divided upper lip
swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes run quickly, like a hare; "He hared down the hill
{f} run, flee (British); move hastily
It is a timid animal, moves swiftly by leaps, and is remarkable for its fecundity
A hare is an animal like a rabbit but larger with long ears, long legs, and a small tail
{i} any of a number of rodentlike mammals with long ears and long hind legs designed for leaping (related to the rabbit)
A small constellation situated south of and under the foot of Orion; Lepus
One of a number of animals which moved into the thicker wooded landscape after the last ice age
The English gentleman who popularized Choice Voting, which he called 'Personal Representation', in the second half of the 19th century His work captured the attention of John Stuart Mill, the most famous scholar on representative government, who unsuccessfully campaigned for it while serving in the House of Commons Simon Sterne and others brought Hare's ideas to the United States
The person who determines the trail to be run and then sets the marks to lead the pack to the On-In Trickery and deception are often employed to foil the pack in its quest for beer
To excite; to tease, harass, or worry; to harry
The energy of, the love of (the Lord)
house
Hare Krishna
A mantra chanted as a form of supplication to the Hindu god Krishna and his divine consort Radha
Hare Krishna
A member of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness
Hare Krishnas
plural form of Hare Krishna
hare scramble
A motorcycle or quad race though wooded or natural terrain
hare-brained
thoughtless or inconsiderate

And so, putting her back on the shelf, I turned to the other great lady, The Duchess whom Lamb loved, hare-brained, fantastical Margaret of Newcastle, her elder, but her contemporary.

Hare Krishna
member of a religious group that worships the Hindu god Krishna
Hare Krishna
an international religious group that was started in the 1960s and is based on great love for the Hindu god Krishna. Its members wear loose yellow-orange robes and the men cut off most of their hair, and they often go around city streets in groups singing the words "Hare Krishna
Hare Krishna movement
officially International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) 20th-century Hindu religious movement. It was founded in the U.S. by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami (1896-1977) in 1965. The organization claims a lineage of spiritual masters dating back to Caitanya (1485-1534?), whom it regards as an incarnation of Krishna. Hare Krishna became popular in the U.S. and Europe among young people of the 1960s and '70s counterculture, who often appeared in public places dressed in saffron robes, chanting, dancing, and asking for contributions. Members of the group are vegetarians. They renounce alcohol and drugs and chant several hours every day. Peace and joy are to be gained by surrendering to Krishna. Since the founder's death in 1977, the communes in which many members live have been governed by an international commission. The movement has endured several schisms since its founding and was among the first groups to be attacked by anticult organizations
Hare and the Tortoise
another name for The Tortoise and the Hare
hare and hounds
{i} outdoor game of chase in which some of the players (the hares) leave a trail of paper and the others (the hounds) try to follow the trail and find and catch them
hare and hounds
A game in which one group of players leaves a trail of paper scraps for a pursuing group to follow
hare krishna
worshipper of Krishna and member of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness
hare krishna
a chant to the Hindu god Krishna a religious sect founded in the United States in 1966; based on Vedic scriptures; groups engage in joyful chanting of `Hare Krishna' and other mantras based on the name of the Hindu god Krishna; devotees usually wear saffron robes and practice vegetarianism and celibacy worshipper of Krishna and member of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness
hare krishna
a chant to the Hindu god Krishna
hare krishna
a religious sect founded in the United States in 1966; based on Vedic scriptures; groups engage in joyful chanting of `Hare Krishna' and other mantras based on the name of the Hindu god Krishna; devotees usually wear saffron robes and practice vegetarianism and celibacy
hare off
run quickly, flee
hare wallaby
small Australian wallaby that resembles a hare and has persistent teeth
hare's-foot bristle fern
a variety of bristle fern
hare's-foot fern
either of two ferns of the genus Davallia having a soft gray hairy rootstock
hare-brained
disapproval You use hare-brained to describe a scheme or theory which you consider to be very foolish and which you think is unlikely to be successful or true. This isn't the first hare-brained scheme he's had. = crackpot. a hare-brained plan or idea is very silly or unlikely to succeed
European hare
A Eurasian hare species (Lepus europaeus or Lepus capensis). Also called brown hare, or in Eastern North America, where there is a wild population originating from escaped farmed animals, eastern jackrabbit
March hare
An allusion to the excited behaviour of hares during the rutting season (which extends beyond March)
brown hare
An alternative term for European hare, Lepus Europaeus
hold with the hare and run with the hounds
To oppose an action or behavior and yet engage in the same action or behavior; to be a hypocrite

Well, if you ask me, Pastor Hawkins is trying to hold with the hare and run with the hounds by opposing casino gambling when his church operates a bingo game every Thursday night.

hold with the hare and run with the hounds
To remain neutral by attempting to placate two factions or both sides of a controversy

Julianna needs to be careful if she keeps holding with the hare and running with the hounds; she might wind up making enemies of both labor and management.

mad as a March hare
Crazy, demented
sea hare
Any member of the genus Aplysia of the family Aplysiidae, large marine gastropod molluscs with a soft internal shell made of protein
snowshoe hare
a North American hare, Lepus americanus, that has large, furry feet; its fur is white in winter and brown in summer
you can't run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
You can't have it both ways
Brown Hare
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Cape, Common or Brown Hare (Lepus capensis) is a hare natively found throughout Africa, and has spread to many parts of the Europe, Middle East and Asia. The Cape Hare is a nocturnal herbivore. They are fast. They typically eat grass and other types of shrubs
common Hare
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Cape, Common or Brown Hare (Lepus capensis) is a hare natively found throughout Africa, and has spread to many parts of the Europe, Middle East and Asia. The Cape Hare is a nocturnal herbivore. They are fast. They typically eat grass and other types of shrubs
the hare and the tortoıse
(Dilbilim) The Tortoise and the Hare is a fable attributed to Aesop. French poet Jean de La Fontaine adapted into the poem: "le lièvre et la tortue". The story concerns a hare who one day ridiculed a slow-moving tortoise. In response, the tortoise challenged his swift mocker to a race. The hare soon left the tortoise far behind and, confident of winning, he decided to take a nap midway through the course. When he awoke, however, he found that his competitor, crawling slowly but steadily, had already won the race (although in some versions, he may have also been bragging to some other people)
Belgian hare
A large reddish-brown rabbit of a domestic breed developed in England from Belgian stock
Haring
{i} family name
March Hare
a character in the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) by Lewis Carroll. He is a crazy hare who talks nonsense. alice In wonderland
O'Hare
the main airport in Chicago, Illinois, US
Tortoise and the Hare
a fable (=a traditional story that teaches a moral lesson) by Aesop in which a tortoise and a hare have a race. The tortoise unexpectedly wins by moving slowly but steadily, while the hare, because he knows he can run much faster than the tortoise, stops halfway and falls asleep. The lesson of the story is "Slow and steady wins the race
as mad as a March hare
totally crazy
australian hare's foot
a hare's-foot fern of the genus Davallia
belgian hare
red breed of domestic rabbits; hybrid between Old World rabbit and hare
canary island hare's foot fern
fern of the Canary Islands and Madeira
chief hare
A small rodent (Lagamys princeps) inhabiting the summits of the Rocky Mountains; also called crying hare, calling hare, cony, American pika, and little chief hare
european hare
large hare introduced in North America; does not turn white in winter
first catch your hare then cook him
first things first, first concentrate on priorities, concentrate on one's immediate goal
hares
plural of hare
little chief hare
North American pika
mad as a March hare
insane, totally crazy, out of his mind
marsh hare
of marshy coastal areas from North Carolina to Florida
polar hare
a large Arctic hare of North America; almost completely white in winter
ran with the hare and danced with the hounds
had his cake and ate it too, enjoyed both worlds
sea hare
Any of various small marine gastropod mollusks of the subclass Opisthobranchia having projections that resemble rabbit ears
sea hare
naked marine gastropod having a soft body with reduced internal shell and two pairs of ear-like tentacles
sea hare
Any tectibranchiate mollusk of the genus Aplysia
sea hare
any of various molluscs of the order Aplysiacea having a reduced internal shell
snowshoe hare
large large-footed North American hare; white in winter
snowshoe hare
A medium-sized hare (Lepus americanus) of northern North America, having large, heavily furred feet and fur that is white in winter and brown in summer. Also called snowshoe rabbit, varying hare. or snowshoe rabbit or varying hare Northern North American species (Lepus americanus) of hare that undergoes an annual colour change from brownish or grayish in summer to pure white in winter. The hind feet are heavily furred, and all four feet are large in proportion to body size, a snowshoe-like adaptation that enables the hare to travel over snow
water hare
A small American hare or rabbit (Lepus aquaticus) found on or near the southern coasts of the United States; called also water rabbit, and swamp hare
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir cins dalgalı kuma
Menengiç
Bazı nesne, canlı, göz vb.nde dalgalanır gibi görünen parlak çizgiler, meneviş, dalgır: "Uskumrunun hareleri daha sık, gözleri küçük, oysa kolyozun hem hareleri daha taraklı, hem gözleri daha patlak."- O. Rifat. Üzerinde dalgalı çizgiler bulunan kumaş. Çok sert taş, mermer
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Kaya, sert taş
Kimi eşya üzerinde dalgalanır gibi görünen parlak çizgiler, dalgır, meneviş
Sert taş, kaya
Çok sert taş, mermer
Üzerinde dalgalı çizgiler bulunan kumaş
Bir yüzeyde renk dalgalanması sonucu görülen parlaklık
Dalgalı, çizgili kumaş
Bazı nesne, canlı, göz vb.nde dalgalanır gibi görünen parlak çizgiler, meneviş, dalgır
hara
HARED
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Hışım etmek
HARED
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Menetmek, engel olmak
HARES
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dilsizlik, ebkemiyyet
MÜ'HARE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Mü'hire) Deve semerinin ağaç kısmıdır ve binen kimse ona dayanır
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yabani tavşan
kaçan kimse/yabani tavşan
Lepus europaeus hare and hounds yola ufak kağıt parçaları saçarak oynanan tavşan oyunu
hızla koş
{i} tavşan

Bir tavşan, bir kaplumbağa ile yarıştı. - A hare raced with a tortoise.

2014 Sochi Kış Olimpiyatlarının resmi maskotları Kutup Ayısı, Tavşan, Leopar ve Kar Tanesi ve Işık Demeti adlarındaki iki uzaylıdır. - The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics official mascots are The Polar Bear, The Hare, The Leopard and two aliens called The Snowflake and The Ray of Light.

fırlamak
kaçmak
tüymek
(off ile) çok hızlı koşmak
hare and hounds
tavşan tazı oyunu
hare off
çok hızlı koşmak
hare lip
tavşan dudak
hare off
tavşan uzakta
hare's foot
tavşan ayağı
hare's foot
tüylü yonca
hare's foot
balza ağacı
brown hare
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tavşan
european hare
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tavşan
belgian hare
belçika tavşanı
Cape Hare
Avrupa tavşanı
Hares
hareşe
arctic hare
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Kutup tavşanı
first catch your hare
İlk yakalamak için tavşan
mad as a hatter/mad as a March hare
zırdeli
run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
tavşana kaç tazıya tut demek
sea hare
deniz tavşan
jugged hare
güveçte tavşan yahnisi
start a hare
konuyu saptırmak
start a hare
dikkatleri başka yöne çekmek
hare

    Heceleme

    ha·re

    Eş anlamlılar

    race, speed, tear

    Telaffuz

    Etimoloji

    [ 'har, 'her ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English hara, from Proto-Germanic *hasô (compare West Frisian hazze, Dutch haas, German Hase), from *haswaz 'grey' (compare Old English hasu, Middle High German heswe 'pale, dull'), from Proto-Indo-European *kas- (cf. Welsh cannu 'to whiten', ceinach 'hare', Latin cānus 'white', cascus 'old', Old Prussian sasins 'hare', Afghan soe 'id.', Sanskrit śaśas 'id.').

    Zamanlar

    hares, haring, hared

    Günün kelimesi

    mocha