heel

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İngilizce - Türkçe
topuk

Köpek topuklarının üzerinde yürüyordu. - The dog was walking at his heels.

O, kısa bir etek ve yüksek topuklu ayakkabı giyiyordu. - She was wearing a short skirt and high heels.

{i} ökçe
yana yatmak
(Argo) alçak herif
(Askeri) ıskaça
(Askeri) yan yatmak
(ayakkabıya) ökçe takmak
(denizcilik-gemi) bir yana yatmak veya yatırmak
(ABD-argo) alçak adam, kalleş kimse
çorap topuğu
topuk, ökçe; ayakkabı ökçesi
herhangi bir şeyin geride olan kısmı, üç (ekmek), art, arka, son
{f} topuğunu yere vurarak dans etmek
{i} aşağılık kimse
{f} yana yatırmak (gemi)
uç art
{i} kalleş
{f} topuk takmak
{f} ökçe takmak
{f} dizinin dibinden ayrılmamak
{f} topuk pası vermek
bir yana yatmak veya yatırmak
heel topukla vur/ökçe tak
(Askeri) TOPUK (TAKİP ET!): Köpek eğitiminde köpeğe takip etmesi için verilen komut
{i} argo alçak herif
{i} golf sopası ucu
heel toe walking her adımda bir ayağın parmaklarını kaldırma
{f} yana yatmak (gemi)
{i} alçak
taban

O bir polis gördüğünde tabanları yağladı. - He took to his heels when he saw a policeman.

Hırsız, köpek havlamasını duyunca tabanları yağladı. - When the thief heard the dog bark, he took to his heels.

heel seat lasting
(Ayakkabı) Arka monta
heel iron
nalça
heel bone
topuk kemiği
heel is worn down
topuk aşağı giyilen
heel of
topuk
heel of the foot
topuk
heel spur
topuk mahmuz
heel spurs
topuk spurs
heel the shoes
topuk ayakkabı
heel to shin test
topuk-diz testi
heel angle
bayılma açısı
heel block chain
(Askeri) baston bosası
heel chain of the jibboom
(Askeri) baston brakili
heel gudgeon
dümen topuk iğneciği
heel jaw
ökçe çene
heel liner
topuk astarı (ayakkabı)
heel of a dam
baraj topuğu
heel of coal
(Madencilik) kömür topuğu
heel of dam
(İnşaat) baraj topuğu
heel over
yana yatmak (gemi)
heel over
yana yatırmak (gemi)
heel post
(İnşaat) kapı dikmesi
heel stone
topuk taşı
Achilles heel
zayıf nokta
come to heel
uslanmak
heeling
(Askeri) yana yatma
heeling
(Askeri) bayılma
stick heel
(Bilgisayar) çubuk topuk
Achilles heel
zaaf
down at heel
kılıksız
down at heel
pejmürde
heeled
topuklu
heeled
para babası
Achilles heel
(Mitoloji) bir şeyin zayıf noktası (mitolojide achilles ancak topuğundan vurulunca ölebiliyormuş.Bu sebepten dolayı bir şeyin ya da insanın zayıf noktası "achilles heel" olarak nitelendiriliyor.)
Achilles' heel
Güçlü birinin kendisini yıkıma götürebilecek olan bir zayıflığı

İspanya’nın Akilis topuğu olan Bask ayrılıkçı hareketi.

Achilles' heel
Asıl topuğu: Birinin zayıf yani, yumuşak karın
achilles' heel
zayıf
calcaneum, heel bone (anatomy)
calcaneum, topuk kemiği (anatomi)
calcaneus, heel bone (anatomy)
kalkaneus, topuk kemiği (anatomi)
down-at-heel
Kılıksız, eski püskü giysili
down-at-heel
Pejmürde, eski püskü, yırtık
heel of
topukluk
heels
kılıklı
high heel shoes
yüksek topuk ayakkabı
lift up so.'s heel
yukarı kaldırın böylece. 'topuk s
spike heel
(kadın ayakkabısında) ince ve sivri üçlü ökçe
stiletto heel
(kadın ayakkabısında) ince ve sivri üçlü ökçe
tar heel
tar topuk
turn on the heel
topuk açmak
bead heel
(Otomotiv) damak topuğu
bring to heel
dize getirmek
bring to heel
adam etmek
come to heel
dize gelmek
come to heel
çağırınca gelmek (köpek)
down at the heel
perişan kılıklı, hırpani, pejmürde
heeled
{s} ökçeli
heeled
{s} paralı
heelless
ökçesiz
high heel
yüksek topuk

O, kısa bir etek ve yüksek topuklu ayakkabı giyiyordu. - She was wearing a short skirt and high heels.

O kendini daha uzun göstermek için yüksek topuklu ayakkabılar giyiyor. - She wears high heels to make herself look taller.

rudder heel
dümen topuğu
rudder heel pintle
dümen topuğu iğneciği
short heel needle
(Tekstil) alçak manşet iğnesi
spike heel
sivri ökçe
stiletto heel
iğne topuk
stiletto heel
ince topuk
take to one's heel
tabanları yağlamak
tooth heel
(Otomotiv) dış topuğu
under the heel of
emri altında
under the heel of
yönetiminde
under the heel of
dizinin dibinde
wedge heel
sivri topuk
wedge heel
iğne topuk
İngilizce - İngilizce
Part of the foot on the backside where it becomes the leg
To kick with the heel
A crust end-piece of a loaf of bread
To follow at somebody's heels; to chase closely
To add a heel to, or increase the size of the hell (a shoe or boot)
A contemptible, inconsiderate or thoughtless person
To incline to one side, to tilt (especially of ships)
The last or lowest part of anything; as, the heel of a mast or the heel of a vessel
The part of a shoe's sole which supports the foot's heel
The tilt of a ship to one side; also, angle of heel, the degree of such a tilt
On a long firearm, the back upper part of the stock
{v} to leen, to dance
{n} the hind part of the foot
The outside point of a structural angle where the two perpendicular legs intersect
In a small arm, the corner of the but which is upwards in the firing position
the bottom of a shoe or boot; the back part of a shoe or boot that touches the ground (golf) the part of the clubhead where it joins the shaft the lower end of a ship's mast the back part of the human foot one of the crusty ends of a loaf of bread put a new heel on; "heel shoes"
[1] The end of the brake shoe which rests against the anchor pin See brake shoe heel
Your heel is the back part of your foot, just below your ankle
The part of the club nearest the shaft
The back part of any covering for the foot Usually it refers to the solid part projecting downward from the back part of the sole of a shoe
Management by the heel, especially the spurred heel; as, the horse understands the heel well
If you dig your heels in or dig in your heels, you refuse to do something such as change your opinions or plans, especially when someone is trying very hard to make you do so. It was really the British who, by digging their heels in, prevented any last-minute deal
To perform by the use of the heels, as in dancing, running, and the like
To hit (the ball) with the heel of the club
The part of the foot directly below the ankle and behind the arch and Described in the FOOTWORK section, abbreviated 'H', or 'HF' (for Heel-Flat) A 'Heel' step is taken first with the heel in contact with the floor and then with the whole foot flat (The 'Flat' is usually implied) HEEL-BALL TWIST TURN: A type of Twist Turn taken with the weight distributed equally between feet, on the heel of one foot, and the ball of the other The turn is executed by crossing one foot either in front of or behind the other, and then twisting in the direction of the forward foot When the turn is complete, the feet will have closed into first position, having turned approximately ¾ of a full turn Also known as a 'Corkscrew'
To lean to one side under the pressure of wind This is common in a sailing vessel
The hinder part of the foot; sometimes, the whole foot; in man or quadrupeds
The part of a bottle between the bottom bearing surface and the sidewall
emphasis If you say that someone is hot on your heels, you are emphasizing that they are chasing you and are not very far behind you. They sped through the American southwest with the law hot on their heels
(noun) The opposite of a face The heel is the "bad guy" and is usually characterized by somebody who cheats and badmouths the fans
follow at the heels of a person
To sit or walk at the side of the handler
The tilt of a boat to one side caused by the pressure of wind on the sail This is the normal, stable position when sailing
Heels are women's shoes that are raised very high at the back. two well-dressed ladies in high heels the old adage that you shouldn't wear heels with trousers
The part of the face of the club head nearest the shaft
The hinder part of any covering for the foot, as of a shoe, sock, etc
The part of the stem that joins to the main stem; when a stem is torn from a larger branch a 'heel' of wood will remain at the end of the stem where it had been attached to the parent
If you bring someone to heel, you force them to obey you. It's still not clear how the president will use his power to bring the republics to heel
The leaning of a vessel to one side such as caused by the wind
{i} back part of the foot; part of a sock or stocking which covers the heel; back part of the sole of a shoe; scoundrel, dishonorable person
the back part of the human foot
Anything regarded as like a human heel in shape; a protuberance; a knob
1 the part of the clubhead that is nearest the hosel or shaft 2 (aka: "heeler") the act of contacting the ball with the heel of the clubhead Example: 1 "Instead of contacting the ball on the sweetspot, I hit it on the heel " 2 "I was trying to kill my approach shot but because I swung so hard - I heeled it "
The part of a thing corresponding in position to the human heel; the lower part, or part on which a thing rests The after end of a ship's keel
To lean or tip to one side, as a ship; as, the ship heels aport; the boat heeled over when the squall struck it
1 the part of the clubhead that is nearest the hosel or shaft 2 (sometimes "heeler") the act of contacting the ball on the part of the club nearest the hosel or shaft Example: Instead of contacting the ball on the sweetspot, she hit it on the heel 2 I was trying to kill my tee shot but for all my effort I heeled it
If you say that one event follows hard on the heels of another or hot on the heels of another, you mean that one happens very quickly or immediately after another. Unfortunately, bad news has come hard on the heels of good
In the United States, specif
The part of a shoes sole which supports the foots heel
The heel of a sock or stocking is the part that covers your heel
The latter or remaining part of anything; the closing or concluding part
The part of the clubhead beneath the end of the shaft
perform with the heels; "heel that dance"
To add a heel to; as, to heel a shoe
Where the club head is attached to the shaft
tilt to one side; "The balloon heeled over"; "the wind made the vessel heel"; "The ship listed to starboard"
The tilt of a ship to one side; also, the degree of such a tilt
The part of any tool next the tang or handle; as, the heel of a scythe
In a carding machine, the part of a flat nearest the cylinder
A block used to support the neck at the point where the neck is attached the guitar
the bottom of a shoe or boot; the back part of a shoe or boot that touches the ground
one of the crusty ends of a loaf of bread
The heel of a shoe is the raised part on the bottom at the back. the shoes with the high heels
a solid part projecting downward from the hinder part of the sole of a boot or shoe
the lower end of a ship's mast
If you turn on your heel or spin on your heel, you suddenly turn round, especially because you are angry or surprised. He simply turned on his heel and walked away
Point on a truss at which the top and bottom chords intersect
the piece of leather that fits the heel
someone who is morally reprehensible; "you dirty dog"
To tip to one side, due to wind pressure on the sail or crew on the side
heel lift
A wedge type shoe insert that affixes inside any footwear to make the user look taller, or to correct anatomical leg deficiencies
heel over
to tilt to one side
heel spur
(Tıp, İlaç) A heel spur is a radiological (X-ray) finding, often seen in sufferers from plantar fasciitis
heel and toe walk
{i} slow walk, stroll
heel-and-toe
slow walk, stroll
Achilles heel
The Achilles' tendon, the tendo Achillis
Achilles heel
A vulnerability in an otherwise strong situation
Achilles' heel
Alternative spelling of Achilles heel
Cuban heel
A relatively low-style of high heel shoes, characterised by a slightly tapered back and a straight front
Cuban heel
Women's sheer stockings or pantyhose with a prominent thin rectangle heel reinforcement at the base of back seam (A thick rectangle heel reinforcement is a Havana Heel)
Cuban heel
A type of heel used for men's boots similar to the heel on cowboy boots
Tar Heel
A native or resident of the American state of North Carolina

I'm a Tar Heel born / I'm a Tar Heel bred / And when I die / I'm a Tar Heel dead.

Tar Heel
A player on a sports team representing the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Michael Jordan is one of many Tar Heel basketball standouts.

Tar Heel
A student of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Tar Heel State
North Carolina
bring to heel
to force someone to obey
bring to heel
to be forced to obey
down at heel
Shabbily dressed, slovenly; impoverished

Last year, he was down at heel, homeless and had an erratic relationship with his family.

down at heel
In poor condition, especially due to having worn heels; worn-out, shabby

A pair of Oxford-mixture trousers . . .fell in a series of not the most graceful folds over a pair of shoes sufficiently down at heel to display a pair of very soiled white stockings.

down at the heel
Alternative form of down at heel
down in the heel
Alternative form of down at heel
down-at-heel
Attributive form of down at heel
free-heel skiing
Telemark skiing
heeled
Simple past tense and past participle of heel
kitten heel
a short, chunky heel on a woman's shoe or sandal
shit heel
a contemptible person
shit-heel
a contemptible person
stiletto heel
A heel of a shoe that is very high and narrow, at least 10 centimeters (4 inches.)
Achilles heel
(Greek Mythology) only spot which is vulnerable (taken from the story in which Achilles is dipped in the river)
Achilles heel
Someone's Achilles heel is the weakest point in their character or nature, where it is easiest for other people to attack or criticize them. Horton's Achilles heel was that he could not delegate
Achilles' heel
a weak part of someone's character, which could cause them to fail at something (From the story that the ancient Greek hero Achilles was dipped as a baby into the river Styx to protect him, but the part of his heel he was held by did not get wet, and so remained unprotected)
Achilles' heel
fatal weakness, vulnerable spot (from the Greek legend of Achilles)
Cuban heel
A broad heel of moderate height with a slightly tapered back and straight front, used in shoes and some boots
Cuban heel
{i} moderately high and wide heel used on women's shoes and boots
French heel
A curved, moderately high heel used on women's shoes
achilles' heel
a seemingly small but actual mortal weakness
come to heel
obey, comply; give up by surrendering
cuban heel
a broad heel of medium height on women's shoes
down at heel
{s} badly dressed due to lack of money; shabbily dressed ; wearing old clothes or ragged clothes due to lack of money; dilapidated; of run-down look
down at the heel
{s} badly dressed due to lack of money; shabbily dressed ; wearing old clothes or ragged clothes due to lack of money; dilapidated; of run-down look
down-at-heel
Something that is down-at-heel is in a in bad condition because it has been used too much or has not been looked after properly. If you say that someone is down-at-heel, you mean that they are wearing old, worn clothes because they have little money. a down-at-heel disco in central East Berlin. a down-at-heel waitress in a greasy New York diner. = shabby. unattractive and not well cared for, because of a lack of money
french heel
a fairly high narrow heel on women's shoes
heeled
having a heel (often specified, as in high-heeled etc.)
heeled
{s} provided with a heel or heels (example: "high-heeled shoes); rich or wealthy, having a lot of money (Slang); armed with a gun (Slang)
heeled
past of heel
heeled
prepared, especially armed with a weapon
heeling
{i} act of a ship tilting away from the wind (Sailing)
heeling
present participle of heel
heelless
Without a heel. Shoes that have a flat sole
heelless
Without a heel
heelless
{s} without a heel or heels
heels
{i} triangular pieces of wood that provide a strong support or backing when they are inserted into gaps between rough framing (as windows frames) and finished articles
heels
plural of heel
heels
High-heeled shoes
high heel shoes
shoes having high heels
iron heel
boot: an instrument of torture that is used to crush the foot and leg
spike heel
a very high narrow heel on women's shoes
stacked heel
A shoe heel made of several layers of material
stacked heel
a heel made of many layers of leather
stiletto heel
high-heel
stiletto heel
a very high narrow heel on women's shoes
stiletto heel
A high heel on women's shoes that is thinner than a spike heel
wedge heel
a heel that is an extension of the sole of the shoe
wineglass heel
a heel on a woman's shoe in the shape of a wineglass
heel

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    hil

    Eş anlamlılar

    attend, obey

    Telaffuz

    /ˈhēl/ /ˈhiːl/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hE(&)l ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English hele, heel, from Old English hēla, from Proto-Germanic *xanxilaz (cf. Dutch hiel, Swedish häl), diminutive of *xanxaz 'hock'. More at hock.

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