hoop

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çember

Hadi spor salonuna gidip birkaç çember atalım. - Let's go to the gym and shoot some hoops.

Tom çemberin içinden atlaması için köpeğini eğitti. - Tom trained his dog to jump through hoops.

{i} kasnak
{i} halka
{f} potaya atmak
{f} bağırmak
(Argo) basketbol

Ara sıra basketbol oynarım. - I shoot hoops every now and then.

kasnaklamak
{f} çember ile kuşat
{f} ötmek
{i} çığlık
{i} ötme
{i} daire
çember geçirilmiş etek
çemberle

Ben sizin için çemberlerden atlamak isterdim. - I'd jump through hoops for you.

{f} çember takmak
{f} çemberlemek
{f} çembere almak
{i} öksürme (boğmaca)
çember/kasnak
hoop skirt içine
{f} çembere sokmak
{f} çığlık atmak
{i} pota
{i} yüzük
{f} öksürmek (boğmaca)
çocuklann oyuncak çemberi
{i} bağırma
hoop iron
çember demiri
hoop snake
hoop yılan
hoop ash
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karadişbudak
hoop dispenser
(Tıp) dairesel dağıtıcı
hoop stress
çevresel gerilme
steel hoop
çelik çember
wire hoop
tel halka
basketball hoop
basketbol potası
cheese hoop
peynir kalıbı
hooped
çemberli
hooped
kasnaklı
jump through a hoop
kul köle olmak
go through the hoop
çember geçer
hooper
fıçıcı
hula-hoop
Hulahup: Bele takılıp çevirilen, çember şeklinde oyuncak
shoot hoop
Basketbol oynamak

Sometimes we stopped off at the gym after school and shot some hoops.

bale hoop cutter
(Tekstil) balya açacağı
cock a hoop
neşeli
cock a hoop
coşkulu
cock a hoop
darmadağınık
go through the hoop
(deyim) zor bir sınavdan geçmek
hooper
{i} çemberci
hooper
kasnakçı
hooper
fıçı tamircisi
play hoop
(Argo) basketbol oynamak
put through the hoop
(deyim) köşeye sıkıştırmak
set hoop
(Tekstil) ayar halkası
shoot hoop
(Argo) kumar oynamak
İngilizce - İngilizce
someone connected with Queens Park Rangers Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
To fasten using a hoop
A hoop earring
A circular band of metal used to bind a barrel
(plural) The game of basketball
{n} a circle of wood or iron, an ornament
{v} to bind or secure with hoops, to shout
Hoop or Tyre mounted within a frame structure Aperture diameter 1ft 6in minimum Aperture centre from the ground 3ft The height of the hoop should not be lowered The frame and fixtures must be substantial or secured in such a way that dogs cannot knock the obstacle over from either direction Where tyres/hoops are mounted within a frame structure the mechanism securing the tyre should be covered by a suitable padding Photo: Alan Score
The rim or basket
If someone makes you jump through hoops, they make you do lots of difficult or boring things in order to please them or achieve something. He had the duty receptionist almost jumping through hoops for him. But to no avail
A quart pot; so called because originally bound with hoops, like a barrel
circular framework used to expand woman's skirt (aka crinoline)
horizontal hoop with a net through which players try to throw the basketball
— Device made from wood, plastic or steel with which fabric is gripped tightly between an inner ring and an outer ring and attached to the machine's pantograph Machine hoops are designed to push the fabric to the bottom of the inner ring and hold it against the machine bed for embroidering
a light curved skeleton to spread out a skirt
A device made from wood, plastic or steel with which fabric is gripped tightly between an inner ring and an outer ring and attached to the machine's pantograph Without a hoop fabrics can not be embroidered
To whoop, as in whooping cough
A pliant strip of wood or metal bent in a circular form, and united at the ends, for holding together the staves of casks, tubs, etc
a light curved skeleton to spread out a skirt bind or fasten with a hoop; "hoop vats
A section of the gun barrel Older guns needed as many as a dozen or more castings to obtain the desired length and/or thickness These were then joined together by "locking rings" to make one continuous barrel
a small arch used as croquet equipment
The game of basketball
{i} circular band made from metal or other stiff material; object which has a circular or ring-like shape
A shout; a whoop, as in whooping cough
bind or fasten with a hoop; "hoop vats"
A circle, or combination of circles, of thin whalebone, metal, or other elastic material, used for expanding the skirts of ladies' dresses; crinoline; used chiefly in the plural
a rigid circular band of metal or wood or other material used for holding or fastening or hanging or pulling; "there was still a rusty iron hoop for tying a horse"
Device made from wood, plastic or steel with which fabric is gripped tightly between an inner ring and outer ring and attached to the machine's pantograph Machine hoops are designed to push the fabric to the bottom of the inner ring and hold it against the machine bed for embroidering Also called a frame
The hoopoe
Basket or rim Also slang for playing basketball
Ply laid onto a mandrel at a 90° angle
An old measure of capacity, variously estimated at from one to four pecks
To clasp; to encircle; to surround
Wood, plastic or steel device used to tightly grip the fabric and stabilizer between an inner and outer ring Attaches to machine's frame Designed to hold fabric taut against the machine bed for embroidery
To call by a shout or peculiar cry
{f} encircle, surround; make a basket; make a slam dunk (Basketball)
To drive or follow with a shout
A ring; a circular band; anything resembling a hoop, as the cylinder (cheese hoop) in which the curd is pressed in making cheese
To utter a loud cry, or a sound imitative of the word, by way of call or pursuit; to shout
To bind or fasten with hoops; as, to hoop a barrel or puncheon
Also, a portion of the contents measured by the distance between the hoops
A hoop is a large ring made of wood, metal, or plastic
hoop pine
Araucaria cunninghamii, a tree of eastern Australia and New Guinea
hoop skirt
A women's undergarment worn in various historical periods to hold the skirt extended into a fashionable shape, typically consisting of a fabric petticoat with casings to hold a stiffening material, variously rope, osiers, whalebone, steel, or nylon
hoop snake
A mythical creature of the United States and Australia, a snake that grasps its tail in its jaws and thereby rolls after its prey like a wheel
hoop snakes
plural form of hoop snake
hoop pine
pine of Australia and New Guinea; yields a valuable light even-textured wood
hoop skirt
petticoat that has a rigid hoop in it and causes a skirt to fall in a bell-like shape
hoop skirt
A long full skirt belled out with a series of connected circular supports
hoop snake
Any of several snakes, such as the mud snake, said to grasp the tail in the mouth and move with a rolling, hooplike motion
hoop snake
any of various harmless North American snakes that were formerly believed to take tail in mouth and roll along like a hoop
hoop stress
– The force per unit area in the wall of a pipe or tank in the circumferential orientation due to internal hydrostatic pressure
hoop stress
The circumferential stress in a material or cylindrical form subjected to internal or external pressure
hoop stress
The tensile stress acting on the pipe along the circumferential direction of the pipe wall when the pipe contains liquid or gas
hoop stress
Circumferential stress in a cylindrically shaped part as a result of internal or external pressure
hoop stress
the tensile stress, usually in pounds per square inch (psi), in the circumferential orientation in the wall of the pipe when the pipe contains a gas or liquid under pressure
hoopla hoop
type hoop that one puts around the waist and spins without allowing it to fall to the ground
hoola hoop
type of toy, hoop that one puts around the waist and spins without allowing it to fall to the ground
basketball hoop
The hoop, holding a string net, through which the basketball must be placed to score
cock-a-hoop
Exultant, very happy, triumphant

I have to say I felt pretty cock-a-hoop straight after my epidural but, some hours later, my head felt as though someone large and heavy had been sitting on it.

hooper
Supporter and/or member of Shamrock Rovers football club
hooper
One who applies hoops to casks or tubs
hoops
plural form of hoop
hoops
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hoop
hula hoop
A toy in the form of a large hoop which is twirled around various parts of the body, especially the waist
hula-hoop
Attributive form of hula hoop

hula-hoop expert.

shoot hoop
(deyim) To play basketball, particularly in a casual way

I like to shoot hoops after work.

cock-a-hoop
joyfully, happily, gladly, cheerfully
cock-a-hoop
If you are cock-a-hoop, you are extremely pleased about something that you have done. pleased and excited about something, especially something you have done cock-a-hoop at/about/over (set the cock on the hoop (16-17 centuries))
cock-a-hoop
exhibiting self-importance; "big talk"
hooped
past of hoop
hooped
If something is hooped, it is decorated with hoops or horizontal stripes, or it contains hoops as part of its structure. a hooped arbour of iron rods. red hooped sleeves. in the shape of a hoop, or containing something in the shape of a hoop
hooper
{i} cooper, person who makes and repairs wooden barrels, person who makes or puts hoops on barrels; (Zoology) whistling wild swan of Europe
hooper
The European whistling, or wild, swan (Olor cygnus); called also hooper swan, whooping swan, and elk
hooper
One who hoops casks or tubs; a cooper
hooping
present participle of hoop
hoops
a game played on a court by two opposing teams of 5 players; points are scored by throwing the basketball through an elevated horizontal hoop
hoops
basketball. Always plural
hoops
third-person singular of hoop
hoops
{i} basketball game (Slang)
hoops
plural of hoop
hula-hoop
plaything consisting of a tubular plastic hoop for swinging around the hips
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Bilgisayar) oops

Oops, I posted the message to the wrong newsgroup. - Hoop, mesajı yanlış haber grubuna gönderdim.

Oops, I farted again! - Hoop, ben yine gaz çıkardım!

(Argo) cool it
hoop

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    hup

    Eş anlamlılar

    loop, band, circlet, circle, basket, net, rim

    Telaffuz

    /ˈho͞op/ /ˈhuːp/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hüp also 'hup ] (noun.) 12th century. From Middle English hoop, hoope, from Old English hōp (“mound, raised land", in combination, also "circular object”), from Proto-Germanic *hōpan (“bend, bow, arch”) (compare Dutch hoep), from Proto-Indo-European *kāb- (“to bend”) (compare Lithuanian kabė (“hook”), Old Church Slavic (kǫpŭ, “hill, island”)). More at camp.

    Zamanlar

    hoops, hooping, hooped

    Günün kelimesi

    euphuism