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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} şahin

Ben bir güvercin gibi ötemem. Ben bir şahinim. - I cannot coo like a pigeon. I'm a hawk.

Aslanların şahinler üzerinde kolay bir galibiyeti vardı. - The Lions had an easy win over the Hawks.

{i} doğan

Doğan avcı bir kuştur. - The hawk is a bird of prey.

Kartallar, doğanlar ve şahinler avcı kuşlardır. - Eagles, falcons and hawks are birds of prey.

{f} seyyar satıcılık yapmak
{i} atmaca
seyyar satıcı
gezgin satıcılık yapmak
sokakta öteberi satmak
{f} şahinle kuş avla
şahinle kuş avla(mak)
gezgin sa
{f} çıkarmak
{f} işportacılık yapmak
(Askeri) HAVK: Satıhtan havaya hareketli hava savunma sistemi, Kara Kuvvetleri için alçaktan orta irtifaya kadar hava savunma örtüsü sağlar. MIM-23 olarak adlandırılır
hawkish savaş yanlısı
{f} avlamak
{i} sertlik yanlısı politikacı
{f} avlanmak
x öksür/işportacılık
{f} öksürmek
{i} harç tahtası
{f} yaymak
{i} açgözlü ve saldırgan tip
{f} boğazını temizlemek
{i} öksürerek balgam çıkarma
{i} sıvacı tahtası
atmaca gibi kuşa saldırmak
{i} boğazını temizleme
{i} çaylak
(İnşaat) serpme tahtası
(Askeri) hawk
hawk eyed
keskin bakışlı
keskin bakışlı
gaga burunlu
şahin göz
şahin güve
hawk eagle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) atmaca kartalı
hawk eyed
şahin gözlü
hawk moth
sphinx kelebeği
hawk moth
hawk nose
kanca burun
hawk nose
gaga burun
hawk nosed
gaga burunlu
hawk nosed
kanca burunlu
hawk up
boğazını temizlemek
hawk up
balgam çıkarmak
duck hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bayağı doğan
fish hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) balık kartalı
mosquito hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kızböceği
mosquito hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yusufçuk
pigeon hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bozdoğan
eyed hawk moth
akşam tavus kelebeği
seyyar satıcılık
savaş yanlısı
sparrow hawk
war hawk
savaş kışkırtıcısı
faux hawk
faux şahin
know hawk from a handsaw
bir el testeresi dan şahin biliyorum
oak hawk moth
meşe kene
sea hawk
deniz şahin
silver-striped hawk-moth
gümüş çizgili şahin güve
watch sb like a hawk
birini göz hapsinde tutmak
a kind of hawk
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sardoğan
(Tıp) Öksürerek boğazdaki balgamı dışarı çıkarma, öksürme suretiyle boğazı temizleme
hen hawk
bir tür şahin
sparrow hawk
(isim) atmaca
İngilizce - İngilizce
An advocate of aggressive political positions

The hawks controlled the senate, so the Minister of War had few problems with his budget.

To forcibly attempt to cough up (phlegm)

Jim hawked up some spit and spat it on the sidewalk.

A plasterer's tool, made of a flat surface with a handle below, used to hold an amount of plaster prior to application to the wall or ceiling being worked on: a mortarboard
To hunt with a hawk

He rode astride while hawking; she falconed in the ladylike position of sidesaddle.

To sell

The vendors were hawking their wares from little tables lining either side of the market square.

To clear the throat loudly

Grandpa sat on the front porch, hawking and wheezing, as he packed his pipe with cheap tobacco.

A diurnal predatory bird of the family Accipitridae

It is illegal to hunt hawks or other raptors in many parts of the world.

A hawk is a large bird with a short, hooked beak, sharp claws, and very good eyesight. Hawks catch and eat small birds and animals
To catch, or attempt to catch, birds by means of hawks trained for the purpose, and let loose on the prey; to practice falconry
To clear the throat with an audible sound by forcing an expiratory current of air through the narrow passage between the depressed soft palate and the root of the tongue, thus aiding in the removal of foreign substances
{n} a bird of prey, kind of cough
hunt with hawks; "the Arabs like to hawk in the desert"
A plasterers tool, made of a flat surface with a handle below, used to hold an amount of plaster prior to application to the wall or ceiling being worked on
To raise by hawking, as phlegm
If you watch someone like a hawk, you observe them very carefully, usually to make sure that they do not make a mistake or do something you do not want them to do. To peddle (goods) aggressively, especially by calling out. An audible effort to clear the throat by expelling phlegm. Any of many small to medium-sized, diurnal birds of prey, particularly those in the genus Accipiter. The term is often applied to other birds in the Accipitridae family (including buzzards, harriers, and kites) and sometimes to certain falcons. Hawks usually eat small mammals, reptiles, and insects but occasionally kill birds. There is often no difference in plumage between sexes. Hawks are found on the six major continents. Most nest in trees, but some nest on the ground or on cliffs. True hawks (accipiters) can usually be distinguished in flight by their long tails and short, rounded wings. They are exemplified by the 12-in (30-cm) sharp-shinned hawk (A. striatus), gray above with fine rusty barring below, found throughout much of the New World. See also goshawk, sparrow hawk. pigeon hawk fish hawk Black Hawk hawk moth duck hawk sparrow hawk War Hawk Hawks Howard Winchester Hawking radiation Hawking Stephen William
diurnal bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail an advocate of an aggressive policy on foreign relations hunt with hawks; "the Arabs like to hawk in the desert
In a more general sense the word is not infrequently applied, also, to true falcons, as the sparrow hawk, pigeon hawk, duck hawk, and prairie hawk
Many are of large size and grade into the eagles
sell or offer for sale from place to place
{f} work as a peddler, sell one's goods by going from place to place; peddle; hunt with a hawk; glide and hit like a hawk; clear the throat noisily and bring up phlegm
Medium range ground to air system
One of numerous species and genera of rapacious birds of the family Falconidæ
clear mucus or food from one's throat; "he cleared his throat before he started to speak"
To offer for sale by outcry in the street; to carry (merchandise) about from place to place for sale; to peddle; as, to hawk goods or pamphlets
A small to medium bird with short rounded wings, a long tail, usually yellow, orange or red eyes, living in wooded countryside
In politics, if you refer to someone as a hawk, you mean that they believe in using force and violence to achieve something, rather than using more peaceful or diplomatic methods. Compare dove. Both hawks and doves have expanded their conditions for ending the war. dove
Some, as the goshawk, were formerly trained like falcons
To make an attack while on the wing; to soar and strike like a hawk; generally with at; as, to hawk at flies
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diurnal bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail
an advocate of an aggressive policy on foreign relations
If someone hawks goods, they sell them by walking through the streets or knocking at people's houses, and asking people to buy them. vendors hawking trinkets. = peddle
{i} bird of prey with a hooked beak and curved talons; person who favors aggressive or warlike political policy (Slang); aggressive person (Slang)
A fairly small board with a handle beneath it used for holding mortar
[hieroglyphically] was by the Antients put to signify the Sun, being an Emblem of its powerful Influences in the World Some have observed of this Bird, that it can steadfastly behold the Sun, and that its Bones will attract Gold (the Metal of the Sun) as the Loadstone does Iron They also represented Almighty God by the Body of a Man covered with a long Garment, bearing on the Top of the Head a Hawk; because the Excellence, Courage, Nimbleness, and good Qualities of this Bird, did shadow out the incomparable Perfections of its great Creator And because the Hawk is a Bird of Long Life, it was an Emblem of Natural Life; it was also put to signify a prudent, valorous, just and brave Man
a square board with a handle underneath; used by masons to hold or carry mortar
disapproval You can say that someone is hawking something if you do not like the forceful way in which they are asking people to buy it. Developers will be hawking cut-price flats and houses
Wolf-rider elf, male brother of Mistseeker, whereabouts unknown
They differ from the true falcons in lacking the prominent tooth and notch of the bill, and in having shorter and less pointed wings
An effort to force up phlegm from the throat, accompanied with noise
A small board, with a handle on the under side, to hold mortar
A system, using six static television cameras and sophisticated computing, to track the path of the ball in flight
hawk moth
Any moth of the family Sphingidae
hawk moths
plural form of hawk moth
hawk nose
A variant spelling of hawknose
hawk noses
plural form of hawk nose
Having a beak shaped like that of a hawk
Having a nose shaped like the beak of a hawk
A person with keen eyesight
A native or inhabitant of Iowa
A variant spelling of hawknose
hawk moth
The larvæ are large, hairless caterpillars ornamented with green and other bright colors, and often with a caudal spine
hawk moth
any of various moths with long narrow forewings capable of powerful flight and hovering over flowers to feed
hawk moth
or sphinx moth Any moth of the lepidopteran family Sphingidae. Found worldwide, these stout-bodied moths have long, narrow forewings and shorter hind wings, with wingspans ranging from 2 to 8 in. (5-20 cm). Many species pollinate flowers while sucking nectar; the proboscis of some species is up to 13 in. (32.5 cm) long. Some hawk moths migrate. The larvae, which are smooth and have a dorsal "horn," are called hornworms; larvae of two North American species the tobacco, or southern, hornworm, and the tomato, or northern, hornworm attack tomato, tobacco, and potato crops
hawk moth
They are large, handsome moths, which fly mostly at twilight and hover about flowers like a humming bird, sucking the honey by means of a long, slender proboscis
hawk moth
See Sphinx, also Tobacco worm, and Tomato worm
hawk moth
Any moth of the family Sphingidæ, of which there are numerous genera and species
hawk nose
a nose curved downward like the beak of a hawk
hawk owl
gray-and-white diurnal hawk-like owl of northern parts of the northern hemisphere
hawk's beard
Any of various plants of the genus Crepis, resembling the dandelion and having rayed, usually yellow flower heads
any of various plants of the genus Crepis having loose heads of yellow flowers on top of a long branched leafy stem; northern hemisphere
quick to notice small details
having very sharp eyesight, being able to see distant objects very clearly (like a hawk)
Hawaiian hawk
a raptor of the Buteo genus endemic to Hawaiʻi
Cooper's hawk
A medium-sized hawk found from Canada to northern Mexico
Galápagos hawk
a large hawk endemic to the Galápagos Islands
An English patronymic surname, variant of Hawkins
The surname of the theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking used attributively in the name of various theories and results in physics
Improved homing-all-the-way killer, a type of missile
armchair hawk
A person who is gung-ho about warfare, but who does not personally have any actual experience therein
ball hawk
an outfielder who is particularly good at defense, especially one who is particularly good at fielding fly balls
ball hawk
In team ball games, a player who is particular good at catching or getting possession of the ball
broad-winged hawk
a small hawk of the Buteo genus
chicken hawk
An advocate of war or military action who is avoiding personal military service, or avoided it in the past
chicken hawk
Any of the North American hawk species (Cooper's hawk, sharp-shinned hawk and red-tailed hawk), or counterparts elsewhere, mistakenly believed to be pests
chicken hawk
An adult male preferring younger male sexual partners
ferruginous hawk
a large bird of prey. It is not a true hawk like sparrowhawks or goshawks, but rather belongs to the broad-tailed buteo hawks, known as "buzzards" in Europe
fish hawk
the osprey
Present participle of hawk
Any hawk supposed to prey of poultry
like a hawk
With particular vigilance or attention, implying sharp vision

If you find one you like, plan to guard it like a hawk until the purchase is finalized.

northern hawk owl
A medium sized owl native to boreal forests of North America and Eurasia; Surnia ulula
northern hawk owls
plural form of northern hawk owl
quail hawk
the New Zealand sparrow hawk, Hieracidea Novae-Hollandiae
red-backed hawk
a species of hawk
red-shouldered hawk
a medium-sized hawk native to North America
red-tailed hawk
A medium-sized bird of prey found throughout North America
roadside hawk
a relatively small bird of prey found in Latin America
rufous-tailed hawk
a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family, found in southern Argentina and Chile
sharp-shinned hawk
The smallest hawk to reside in USA and Canada, which preys on songbirds, Accipiter striatus
short-tailed hawk
an American bird of prey in the family Accipitridae
snake hawk
the laughing falcon
sparrow hawk
A small, short-winged European hawk, Accipiter nisus, that preys on smaller birds
sparrow hawk
A species of small falcon, Falco sparverius, that preys grasshoppers and small mammals
watch like a hawk
to observe (someone or something) closely and keenly
white-rumped hawk
a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family found in South America
white-tailed hawk
a species of hawk found in tropical or subtropical environments across the Americas
white-throated hawk
a species of hawk living in the Andes mountains of South America
zone-tailed hawk
a medium-sized hawk of warm, dry parts of the Americas
duck hawk
(Kuşbilim) The Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus), also known as a Duck Hawk or simply as a Peregrine, is a cosmopolitan bird of prey in the family Falconidae. It is a medium to large-sized falcon, females being larger and about the size of a large crow, with a blue-gray back, barred white underside, and a black head and "mustache". There are seventeen described subspecies, which vary in appearance and range
Black Hawk
Sauk leader. Resenting an 1804 treaty that ceded all Sauk and Fox lands east of the Mississippi River to the United States, he led 1,000 Fox and Sauk warriors in the Black Hawk War (1832). born 1767, Sauk Sautenuk, Va. died Oct. 3, 1838, village on the Des Moines River, Iowa, U.S. Sauk Indian leader. Long antagonistic to whites, Black Hawk was driven into Iowa from Illinois in 1831. Defying the government orders to vacate villages along the Rock River in Illinois, he led a faction of Sauk and Fox Indians back across the Mississippi River the following year. This act led to the brief but tragic Black Hawk War of 1832. He himself survived the final battle, a massacre. The ruthlessness of the war so affected neighbouring Indian groups that by 1837 most had fled far west, leaving most of the Northwest Territory to white settlers
Black Hawk War
series of battles in 1832 in Illinois and Wisconsin which ended in a massacre of the Sauk Indians by the white American settlers
{i} family name; Stephen Hawking (born 1942), leading British physicist (renowned for his ideas on quantum physics, black holes and the "big bang" theory)
American filmmaker whose works include His Girl Friday (1940) and The Big Sleep (1946)
Kitty Hawk
the place in North Carolina, in the US, where the Wright brothers made the world's first successful flight in a plane in 1903
War Hawk
Member of the U.S. Congress who advocated war with Britain (1811). The term was applied by opponents to newly elected Southern and Western congressmen who strongly promoted U.S. expansion into the Northwest and Canada and vigorously protested British aid to Indians. The anti-British fervour of the War Hawks, who included Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun, helped cause the War of 1812
ball hawk
a team athlete who is skilled at stealing or catching the ball
black hawk
Sauk leader who in 1832 led Fox and Sauk warriors against the United States (1767-1838)
chicken hawk
{i} any of the several hawks that prey on chickens, hen hawk; (Slang) person who has never served in the army but favors aggressive or warlike political policy to carry through a foreign policy; (Vulgar Slang) older man who searches for boys or young men as his sexual partners
chicken hawk
nontechnical term for any hawks said to prey on poultry
cooper's hawk
bluish-gray North American hawk having a darting flight
Curved like a hawk's bill; crooked
past of hawk
Action of the verb to hawk
{i} sport of hunting with hawks or with falcons; act of selling in the street by shouting
the act of selling goods for a living
English theoretical physicist (born in 1942)
Favouring increasing interest rates; inclined towards increasing interest rates
Journalists use hawkish to describe politicians or governments who are in favour of using force to achieve something, rather than using peaceful and diplomatic methods. He is one of the most hawkish members of the new cabinet. dovish. supporting the use of military force in order to deal with political problems
Supportive of warlike foreign policy; bellicose; inclined toward military action
{s} resembling a hawk; advocating aggressive or warlike political policy
any political orientation favoring aggressive policies
The characteristic of being hawkish
third-person singular of hawk
plural of hawk
hen hawk
{i} chicken hawk, any of the several hawks that prey on chickens
marsh hawk
common harrier of North America and Europe; nests in marshes and open land
{i} one who works at night
pigeon hawk
small falcon of Europe and America having dark plumage with black-barred tail; used in falconry
political hawk
radical, person who is aggressive in his political leanings
red-shouldered hawk
North American hawk with reddish brown shoulders
red-tailed hawk
{i} North American hawk having a heavy body that is browns on top marked with whitish with black streaks below and a with reddish-brown tail
rough-legged hawk
large hawk of the northern hemisphere that feeds chiefly on small rodents and is beneficial to farmers
sea hawk
A jager gull
sparrow hawk
small hawk of Eurasia and northern Africa
sparrow hawk
small hawk of Eurasia and northern Africa small North American falcon
sparrow hawk
small North American falcon
sparrow hawk
Small hawk (usually genus Accipiter, family Accipitridae), found in Africa, Europe, and Asia. Sparrow hawks are gray above, barred-white below, and sometimes have white tail bars. They eat insects and small birds and mammals. The American kestrel is also called sparrow hawk
sparrow hawk
{i} small hawk native of North America and Eurasia; kestrel; small falcon of North America
vanner hawk
The kestrel
war hawk
person who advocates and clamors for war (in particular an American jingo that favored war with Great Britain around 1812); person who favors aggressive or warlike political policy (Slang)
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Askeri) hawk