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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} aksama

O bir aksama olmadan gitti. - It went without a hitch.

{i} çekiş
{i} aksaklık

Bir aksaklık daha var. - There's another hitch.

{i} aksilik

Bir aksilik olmadan her şey çalıştı. - Everything worked without a hitch.

{i} çekiverme
{i} çekme
(Askeri) iple bağlamak
ani çekme
{f} çekiştir
{i} ani çekiş
otostop yapmak

Bu günler otostop yapmak iyi bir fikir değil. Tehlikeli olabilir. - These days it is not a good idea to hitchhike. It can be dangerous.

adi duğüm
{i} bağlantı parçası
without a hitch pürüzsüz olarak
(İnşaat) pimli bağlantı
dili askerlik süresi
{f} ip ile bağlamak; bağlamak, iliştirmek, takmak
hadisesiz bir şekilde
{f} bağlanmak
{f} evlenmek
{f} arabaya koşmak
{f} aksamak
{f} çekmek
{i} arıza
{f} çekiştirmek

Bir aksaklık daha var. - There's another hitch.

{f} çekelemek
{f} sıyırmak

Mary atları bağlama direğine bağladı. - Mary tied the horses to the hitching post.

Tom atını bağlama direğine bağladı. - Tom tied his horse to the hitching post.

{f} topallamak
hitchhike otostop yapmak

Tom ve Mary durdu ve bir otostopçu aldı. - Tom and Mary stopped and picked up a hitchhiker.

Tom Boston'a otostop yapmayı planladığını söyledi. - Tom said he was planning to hitchhike to Boston.

hitch hiker
hitch one's waggon to a star
gözü yükseklerde olmak
hitch up
(pantolon) yukarı çekmek
hitch up
yukarı çek
hitch a ride
akşama bir yolculuk
hitch hikers
hitch yürüyüşçüler
hitch hiking
hitch yürüyüş
hitch on to
-e bağlamak
hitch one's wagon to a star
(deyim) gözü yükseklerde olmak
hitch pins
bağlantı pimleri
hitch ring
çeki halkası
hitch the horses to a carriage
arabaya koşmak
hitch up
to (atı) -e koşmak
hitch up
hitch up
yukarı çekmek
hitch up one's skirt
eteğini yukarı çekmek
hitch up to
koşmak (atı)
encounter a hitch
bir aksilikle karşılaşmak
stopper hitch
(Askeri) barbarişka
there be a hitch
aksaklık çıkmak
there's a hitch somewhere
bir yerde bir aksaklık var
without a hitch
bir aksilik olmadan
without a hitch
without a hitch
without a hitch
get hitch
engel ol
got hitch
engel ol
half hitch
dülger bağı
half hitch
sade ilmik
timber hitch
rolling hitch
haddeleme evlenmek
the hitch hike
without a hitch
without hitch
bolster hitch
(İnşaat) dingil başı mafsalı
bowline hitch
(Askeri) izbarço bağı
bowline hitch
(Askeri) leş bağı
clove hitch
(Askeri) ıskalarya bağı
have a hitch
legal hitch
yasal engel
oscillating hitch
(İnşaat) salınımlı mafsal
rear hitch
arka bağlama tertibatı
towing hitch ball
çekme bağlama tertibatı
trailer hitch
römork bağlama çatalı
trailer hitch
çekme kancası bağlantısı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A problem, delay or source of difficulty

The banquet went off without a hitch. (Meaning the banquet went smoothly.).

Any of various knots used to attach a rope to an object other than another rope Knots and Splices by Cyrus L Day, Adlard Coles Nautical, 2001. See List of hitch knots in Wikipedia
A period of time. Most often refers to time spent in the military

Stephen J. Hedges & Mike Dorning, Chicago Tribune; Orlando Sentinel; Jun 3, 2004; pg. A.1;.

To pull with a jerk

She hitched her jeans up and then tightend her belt.

To marry, especially to get hitched
A sudden pull
A hidden or unfavorable condition or element; a catch

The deal sounds too good to be true. What's the hitch?.

A fastener or connection point, as for a trailer

His truck sported a heavy-duty hitch for his boat.

contraction of hitchhike, to thumb a ride
To attach, tie or fasten

He hitched the bedroll to his backpack and went camping.

{v} to ctach, move by jerks, hit, cut, fasten
{n} a kind of knot or noose, tie, rope
To become entangled or caught; to be linked or yoked; to unite; to cling
If you hitch something to something else, you hook it or fasten it there. Last night we hitched the horse to the cart and moved here
{f} tie, fasten, attach; harness an animal; raise in a jerky abrupt manner; be caught, be entangled; hobble, limp; marry (Slang); hitchhike (Slang)
A small dislocation of a bed or vein
connect to a vehicle: "hitch the trailer to the car
A simple knot used for temporarily fastening a rope
A stop or sudden halt; a stoppage; an impediment; a temporary obstruction; an obstacle; as, a hitch in one's progress or utterance; a hitch in the performance
A hitch is a slight problem or difficulty which causes a short delay. After some technical hitches the show finally got under way The five-hour operation went without a hitch. = snag
[1] To connect or couple up a motorhome or trailer to a towing vehicle
A device which attaches directly to a tow vehicle providing the connection between the tow vehicle and the trailer Hitch installations are most often considered permanent, but temporary hitches (rental hitches) are available for some applications A fixed tongue hitch includes a flat non-removable drawbar, while a receiver style hitch has a receptacle (typically 1-1/4" or 2") for inserting special ball mounts or bike racks Also see: custom hitch, fixed tongue hitch, permanent undercar hitch, receiver style hitch, and Round Tube hitch
If you hitch, hitch a lift, or hitch a ride, you hitchhike. There was no garage in sight, so I hitched a lift into town Jean-Phillippe had hitched all over Europe in the 1960s
a knot that can be undone by pulling against the strain that holds it
jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched; "the yung filly bucked"
travel by getting free rides from motorists
connect to a vehicle: "hitch the trailer to the car"
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury; "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"
the state of inactivity following an interruption; "the negotiations were in arrest"; "held them in check"; "during the halt he got some lunch"; "the momentary stay enabled him to escape the blow"; "he spent the entire stop in his seat"
a connection between a vehicle and the load that it pulls
A noose or knot as used by sailors
To move interruptedly or with halts, jerks, or steps; said of something obstructed or impeded
A sudden movement or pull; a pull up; as, the sailor gave his trousers a hitch
To move with hitches; as, he hitched his chair nearer
A knot used to attach a line to a cleat or other object
The act of catching, as on a hook, etc
To make a rope fast to a spar or stay, but not to another rope
A device to hold the knee lever or pedal locked "on" against the spring tension of the mechanism
A catch; anything that holds, as a hook; an impediment; an obstacle; an entanglement
the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg a knot that can be undone by pulling against the strain that holds it a connection between a vehicle and the load that it pulls to hook or entangle; "One foot caught in the stirrup"
{i} connecting, fastening; impediment, problem, delay; knot for securing something
any obstruction that impedes or is burdensome
A term generally referring to a period of time in which a person works offshore before returning back to mainland
A knot or noose in a rope which can be readily undone; intended for a temporary fastening; as, a half hitch; a clove hitch; a timber hitch, etc
The connecting apparatus that connects the trailer or modular to the truck This may be a ball hitch or pintle eye
There is some hitch Some impediment A horse is said to have a hitch in his gait when he is lame (Welsh, hecian, to halt or limp ) To hitch To get on smoothly; to fit in consistently: as, "You and I hitch on well together;" "These two accounts do not hitch in with each other " A lame horse goes about jumping, and to jump together is to be in accord So the two meanings apparently contradictory hitch together Compare prevent, meaning to aid and to resist
If you get hitched, you get married. The report shows that fewer couples are getting hitched
to hook or entangle; "One foot caught in the stirrup"
an unforeseen obstacle
To hook; to catch or fasten as by a hook or a knot; to make fast, unite, or yoke; as, to hitch a horse, or a halter
To hit the legs together in going, as horses; to interfere
A knot used to secure a rope to another object or to another rope, or to form a loop or a noose in a rope
the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
a period of time spent in military service
A lifting of the leg without executing a hitch or a hop

Tom said that he was planning to hitchhike to Boston. - Tom said he was planning to hitchhike to Boston.

Tom said he was planning to hitchhike to Boston. - Tom said that he was planning to hitchhike to Boston.

hitch a ride
secure a free ride from passing vehicles
hitch hike
{i} journey made by hitchhiking
hitch hiking
traveling by soliciting rides from passing vehicles
hitch knot
type of knot, type of noose
hitch up
pull up; "hitch socks and pants"
clove hitch
a bend formed by two half hitches in opposite directions, used to make a line fast to a spar or to a larger rope; it will not slip
cow hitch
Any hitch or bend which slips because it is wrongly tied
cow hitch
Any knot which is not a recognised maritime knot as used at sea
friction hitch
A category of knot tied around another rope, which allows the hitch to be moved up and down the other rope, but which remains stationary when a load is placed on it
half hitch
A knot or hitch made by passing the end of the rope once around the standing part or other rope
Alternative spelling of half hitch
ossel hitch
A simple type of hitch knot, most often used in boating, to tie a smaller line to a larger line
trailer hitch
A hitch used to draw a trailer with a car or a traction engine
blackwall hitch
a simple hitch used for temporarily attaching a line to a hook
clove hitch
a knot used to fasten a line temporarily to a post or spar
clove hitch
builder's knot, knot consisting of two opposing half-hitches with the ends of the rope extending in opposite directions (used to fasten a rope to a pole or to another rope)
clove hitch
n. A knot used to secure a line to a spar, post, or other object, consisting of two half hitches made in opposite directions
had a hitch
experienced a problem, suffered a mishap
half hitch
a knot used to fasten a rope temporarily to an object; usually tied double
half hitch
n. A knot or hitch made by looping a rope or strap around an object and then back around itself, bringing the end of the rope through the loop
Simple past and past participle of hitch
{s} married (Slang)
{i} person or thing that hitches
plural of hitch
third-person singular of hitch
present participle of hitch
magnus hitch
a rolling hitch similar to a clove hitch
rolling hitch
a hitch for fastening a line to a spar or another rope
soldiers hitch-hiking post
roadside shelter where soldiers can wait for a ride from a passerby
timber hitch
A knot used for fastening a rope around a spar or log to be hoisted or towed
timber hitch
a hitch used to secure a rope to a log or spar; often supplemented by a half hitch