hitchhiker

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İngilizce - Türkçe
otostop yaparak seyahat eden
otostopçu

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

Birçok insan otostopçuları almaz. - Most people won't pick up hitchhikers.

(isim) otostopçu
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{f} 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.

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{f} otostop çekmek
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otostop yap

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

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

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kısmen yaya ve kısmen de parasız arabaya binerek yolculuk yapmak
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otostop çek

Neden insanlar artık hiç otostop çekmiyor? - Why don't people ever hitchhike anymore?

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otostop

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

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

the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
Otostopçunun Galaksi kılavuzu
İngilizce - İngilizce
{i} one who hitchhikes, one who travels by soliciting rides from passing vehicles
a person who travels by getting free rides from passing vehicles
A person who hitchhikes
hitcher
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
{i} science fiction comedy series that was created by Douglas Adams that started as broadcast in 1978 on BBC Radio and has been adapted to television show and others (stage, books, comics, etc.)
hitchhike
To try to get a ride in a passing vehicle while standing at the side of a road. Generally by either sticking out one's finger or thumb or holding a sign with one's stated destination
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
{i} science fiction comedy series that was created by Douglas Adams that started as broadcast in 1978 on BBC Radio and has been adapted to television show and others (stage, books, comics, etc.)
hitchhike
{f} travel by soliciting rides from passing vehicles
hitchhike
thumb a lift (UK)
hitchhike
To try to get a ride in a passing vehicle while standing at the side of a road. Generally by either sticking out ones thumb or holding a sign with ones stated destination
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To be carried along with something else, for example Genetic Hitchhiking where a gene is propagated because it occurs in conjunction with a favourable mutation, or Cultural Hitchhiking where a cultural trait spreads with a technologically advanced population
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If you hitchhike, you travel by getting lifts from passing vehicles without paying. Neff hitchhiked to New York during his Christmas vacation They had an eighty-mile journey and decided to hitch-hike + hitchhiker hitchhikers hitch·hiker On my way to Vancouver one Friday night I picked up a hitchhiker. to travel to places by getting free rides from drivers of passing cars hitchhike around/to/across etc
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hitch

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

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

hitchhike
thumb a ride (US)
hitchhike
travel by getting free rides from motorists
hitchhike
hitch a ride
hitchhikers
plural of hitchhiker
took a hitchhiker
gave a hitchhiker a ride, picked up someone from the street in his car