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Arabam beygir gücünde yetersiz. - My car is deficient in horsepower.

Tom'un arabasının 100 beygir gücü var. - Tom's car has 100 horsepower.

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horse chestnut atkestanesi
argo eşek ş
iskele sıpası
argo eroin
horse bean bakla
{i} spor atlama beygiri, beygir
atlama beygiri

Burası bir binicilik kasabasıdır! Atları her yerde göreceksiniz. - This is an equestrian town! You will see horses everywhere.

{i} süvari birliği
{i} eroin
{f} at koşmak
{i} sehpa
{i} aygır
{f} ata binmek

Ata binmek pahalı bir hobidir. - Horse riding is an expensive hobby.

Bir ata binmek istiyorum. - I want to ride a horse.

{f} sırtına binmek

Tom atlar üzerine kumar oynamaktan hoşlanır. - Tom likes to gamble on horses.

horse mackerel
(Gıda) istavrit balığı
horse around
aylak aylak dolaşmak
horse around
horse around
maskaralık etmek
horse breeding
at yetiştiriciliği
horse cart
atlı araba
horse collar
horse hair
at kılı
horse mackarel
(Gıda) istavrit
horse mackerel
(Denizbilim) kraça
horse raddish
(Gıda) yabani turp
horse radish
(Gıda) bayır turbu
horse sense
akıl fikir
horse sense
aklı selim
horse show
horse around
dalga geçmek
horse around
gürültü yaparak oyna
horse barn
horse bean
horse blanket
at örtüsü
horse botfly
at sineği
horse chestnut
horse chestnut family
at kestanesi familyası
horse doctor
at doktoru
horse fly
at sineği
horse mackerel
horse mackerel
horse mackerel
horse mushroom
at mantarı
horse opera
kovboy filmi
horse play
eşek şakası
horse racing
at yarışı

Tom da at yarışını sever. - Tom also likes horse racing.

Hatoyama at yarışında kumar oynayarak ailesini desteklediğini söylüyor. - Hatoyama says that he supports his family by gambling on horse racing.

horse sense
horse sense
makul düşünce
horse trader
at tüccarı
at satıcısı
horse whisperer
At terbiyecisi
horse and cart
at ve at arabası
horse back
at geri
horse breaking
atın binmeye elverişli hale getirilmesi
horse breaking
Acemi, vahşi atların dizgin vurulmasını ve sırtına binilmesini kabul eder hale getirilmesi
horse breaking
Atı, dizgin vurulmasını ve sırtına binilmesini kabul eder hale getirme
horse carriage
At arabası
horse cloth
at kumaş
horse drawn cart
Atlı araba
horse feed
at beslemek
horse fence
at çıt
horse latitude
at enlem
horse latitudes
at enlemlerde
horse less
at az
horse manure
at gübresi
horse meat
at eti
horse play
ata oynamak
horse power
(Otomotiv) Beygir gücü
horse race
at yarısı
horse racing
at yarısı
horse riding
At biniciliği

O bir at biniciliği kazasında öldü. - He died in a horse riding accident.

horse shoe
at nalı
horse tail
at kuyruğu
horse tick
at kene
horse trade
Sıkı pazarlık

We had to do some horse trading but finally we reached a deal to buy the new house.

horse trader
(deyim) Sıkı pazarlık eden kişi
horse trailer
at römork
horse trappings
at ziynet
horse whip
at kırbaç
Atın çektiği, atlı
horse-drawn carriage
At arabası
at yarışı
at santi
horse around
vakit öldürmek
horse bean
eşek baklası
horse box
at nakil vagonu
horse doctor
horse drawn
horse dung
horse like
at gibi
horse mackerel
palamut [(Zooloji) ]
horse mackerel
istavrit [(Zooloji) ]
horse scaffold
(Askeri) sıpa iskele
horse trading
at ticareti
horse trainer
at antrenörü

Atlarımıza nöbetleşe baktık. - We took care of our horses by turns.

Tüm atlar hayvandır ama tüm hayvanlar at değildir. - All horses are animals, but not all animals are horses.

horse radish
(Gıda) turp
horse riding
(Spor) binicilik
a horse
bir at
the horse
horse around
horse chestnut
at kestanesi,atkestanesi
horse chestnut
İngilizce - İngilizce
A poker variant consisting of five different poker variants, with the rules changing from one variant to the next after every hand

Alright, mate, got any horse?.

To provide with a horse
A hoofed mammal (scientific name Equus caballus)

A cowboy's greatest friend is his horse.

A large person

Every linebacker they have is a real horse.

The chess piece representing a knight, depicted as a man in a suit of armor and often on a horse, hence the nickname

Now just remind me how the horse moves again?.

Cavalry soldiers (often capitalized)

All the King's Horse and all the King's Men, couldn't put Humpty together again.

Any current or extinct animal of the family Equidae, including the zebra or the ass

These bone features, distinctive in the zebra, are actually present in all horses.

To frolic, to act mischieviously. Usually followed by "around"

If you're going to horse around, we'll never get this done.

A rope stretching along a yard, upon which men stand when reefing or furling the sails; foot ropes
In gymnastics, a piece of equipment with a body on two or four legs, approximately four feet high with two handles on top

She's scored very highly with the parallel bars, let's see how she does with the horse.

{n} a quadruped for draft or carriage, a machine of various kinds for support, a rope upon a yard for seamen to stand on, cavalry
{v} to mount, ride, furnish with horses
It has six broad molars, on each side of each jaw, with six incisors, and two canine teeth, both above and below
To provide with a horse, or with horses; to mount on, or as on, a horse
The horse differs from the true asses, in having a long, flowing mane, and the tail bushy to the base
A Tongan
Mounted soldiery; cavalry; used without the plural termination; as, a regiment of horse; distinguished from foot
When you talk about the horses, you mean horse races in which people bet money on the horse which they think will win. He still likes to bet on the horses
The horse does not appear in early examples of heraldry, although the winged horse is seen as the badge of the Order of the Temple A bay horse is known as a bayard, while the grey horse is a liard When the horse id displayed caparisoned; when in the field, he is free
A breastband for a leadsman
caballus, which was domesticated in Egypt and Asia at a very early period
provide with a horse or horses
A vaulting horse is a tall piece of gymnastics equipment for jumping over
To sit astride of; to bestride
A large hoofed animal (scientific name Equus caballus)
A male horse, aged four and up
One of a number of animals which moved into the birch and pine wooded landscape and marshland after the last ice age around 15,000 BC The domesticated horse is believed to have appeared in the Ukraine in eastern Europe as food around 4000 BC, and for riding in central Asia around 2500 BC The domestic animal is believed to be a descendant of Przewalsky's horse The earliest evidence of the horse in Britain was found at ??? Horse bridles and bits appeared around 1800 BC, and became more elaborate during the Bronze Age and Iron Age
A frame of timber, shaped like a horse, on which soldiers were made to ride for punishment
Unlike the asses it has callosities, or chestnuts, on all its legs
Anything, actual or figurative, on which one rides as on a horse; a hobby
See Footrope, a
Horse enters in a race
A Loa, possessing a person, is said sometimes to "dance in the head" of that person, but the more traditional expression is that the Loa "rides" the person's head The person is thus regarded as the "horse" (in French, "cheval" of the Loa )
Another term for the stringer or supporting member of the staircase
{i} large four-legged mammal commonly used for transportation; type of gymnastics equipment
n kuda
A jackstay
Barren rock interrupting a vein of ore
A translation or other illegitimate aid in study or examination; called also trot, pony, Dobbin
A hoofed quadruped of the genus Equus; especially, the domestic horse E
To take or carry on the back; as, the keeper, horsing a deer
Waste rock found deposited within a vein
An iron bar for a sheet traveler to slide upon
A knight
To cover, as a mare; said of the male
If you hear something from the horse's mouth, you hear it from someone who knows that it is definitely true. He has got to hear it from the horse's mouth. Then he can make a judgment as to whether his policy is correct or not. see also clothes horse, dark horse, rocking horse, seahorse. horse around/about to play roughly horseplay. Equine species (Equus caballus) long used by humans as a means of transport and as a draft animal. Its earliest ancestor was the dawn horse (see Eohippus). The only living horse not descended from the domestic horse is Przewalski's horse. The horse was apparently first domesticated by nomadic peoples of Central Asia in the 3rd millennium BC. For many centuries horses were primarily used in warfare. The saddle was introduced in China in the first centuries AD. Horses were reintroduced to the New World, after wild horses had become extinct there some 10,000 years earlier, by the Spanish in the 16th century. A mature male is called a stallion or, if used for breeding, a stud; mature females are called mares. A castrated stallion is called a gelding. Young horses (foals) are also known as colts (males) and fillies (females). A horse's height is measured in 4-in. (10.2-cm) units, or hands, from the highest point of the back (withers) to the ground. Breeds are classified by size and build: draft (heavy) horses (e.g., Belgian, Percheron) are heavy-limbed and up to 20 hands high; ponies (e.g., Shetland, Iceland) are less than 14.2 hands high; and light horses (e.g., Arabian, Thoroughbred) are intermediate, rarely taller than 17 hands. American Saddle Horse Arabian horse Crazy Horse cutting horse horse racing horse chestnut family pommel horse side horse Przewalski's horse quarter horse Quarter horse racing sea horse Tennessee Walking Horse Plantation Walking Horse White Horse Vale of the
A mass of earthy matter, or rock of the same character as the wall rock, occurring in the course of a vein, as of coal or ore; hence, to take horse said of a vein is to divide into branches for a distance
To get on horseback
The mares usually have the canine teeth rudimentary or wanting
solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs provide with a horse or horses
troops trained to fight on horseback; "500 horse led the attack"
Horseplay; tomfoolery
a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs
{f} furnish with a horse; ride a horse; carry on one's back
The horse excels in strength, speed, docility, courage, and nobleness of character, and is used for drawing, carrying, bearing a rider, and like purposes
To place on the back of another, or on a wooden horse, etc
Cavalry soldiers
A frame with legs, used to support something; as, a clotheshorse, a sawhorse, etc
A horse is a large animal which people can ride. Some horses are used for pulling ploughs and carts. A small man on a grey horse had appeared
HORSERADISH, of course "Who can tell me what's in horseradish?" Grated horseradish, vinegar and SALT!
to be flogged; to subject to such punishment
a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
The male of the genus horse, in distinction from the female or male; usually, a castrated male
horse and cart
A cart, pulled by a horse and driven by a driver, used for transporting goods
horse and rabbit stew
A mixture of the crude and the delicate in grossly unequal quantities, with the crude overwhelmingly dominant
horse archer
A cavalryman armed with a bow
horse archers
plural form of horse archer
horse armor
Armor for a horse in battle

Thus, some types of Spanish horse armor consisted of heavy leather covers for the entire body of the horse and covering the head.

horse armor
Purchasable downloadable content that provides only cosmetic effect, with no actual enhancement to gameplay or to player stats

Valve just wants to make sure anything they release and sell for the game will have real value.We don't want to give you horse armor, he said.. Kotaku. Gawker Media: 2008-08-31. URL accessed on 2008-09-01.

horse around
To play or fiddle; to clown; to do nothing of importance or consequence

Stop horsing around with the controls, before you break something.

horse bean
broad bean, Vicia faba
horse beans
plural form of horse bean
horse blanket
currency in the 1800s consisting of large size notes/bills

Typically your small size (the same physical size as regular money, as opposed to the old horse blankets) silver certificate is worth about 5% more than face.

horse blanket
A blanket placed underneath the saddle of a horse
horse blankets
plural form of horse blanket
horse hockey
An expression of disbelief or disgust
horse hockey
False or deceitful statements; lies; exaggerations; nonsense. (a euphemism for horseshit)
horse mackerel
a large fish; variously the Australian bonito (Sarda australis), the pilot fish (Naucrates ductor), or the jack mackerel (genus Trachurus)
horse mackerels
plural form of horse mackerel
horse of a different color
An unrelated or only incidentally related matter with distinctly different significance

Against physical danger I am willing to offer myself at any time to your Highness . . . . But to walk straight into jail, with my eyes open, that's a horse of a different color..

horse of a different colour
Alternative spelling of horse of a different color
horse opera
A theatrical production, film, or program on radio or television depicting adventures of characters in the American Old West; a western

Three new examples of Hollywood's staple commodity, the horse opera, all filmed in color, contain the full quota of galloping and gunplay.

horse opera
An equestrian show, as in a circus

Nor is it much easier to give the analysis of this extraordinary odyssey, which relates the trials, sufferings, and adventures of an ex-Sous-Prefêt, who has married a circus rider, and has abandoned home, friends, and position, to become the manager of an itinerant horse-opera.

horse operas
plural form of horse opera
horse piss
Lies, untruths
horse piss
Nonsense, gibberish
horse power
a machine that used draft horses as a source of power
horse puckey
An alternative form of horse hockey
horse pucky
nonsense; feces

That is just a bunch of horse pucky.

horse race
An exciting and arduous competition (as in a political campaign)
horse race
A competitive race for horses carrying jockeys; often the subject of betting
horse races
plural form of horse race
horse racing
a sport where horses and their jockeys compete to be fastest
horse sense
Common sense, especially with a connotation of folk wisdom independent from, and trumping, formal education
horse trailer
a transport for a horse
horse whip
riding whip, crop
horse whisperer
A horse trainer who adopts a sympathetic view of the motives, needs, and desires of the horse, based on modern equine psychology
horse whisperers
plural form of horse whisperer
horse's ass
A thing or person which is visually unappealing

That is one horse's ass of a paint job.

horse's ass
A jerk; an unpleasant, unlikable person; an asshole

At the party he behaved like a real horse's ass.

horse's doovers
An hors d'oeuvre

everyone throws their hats in the air and shouts hoorah! and then it's all over bar the drinks and horses' doovers and findin' your own hat.

horse's mouth
Source; someone who directly experienced or witnessed something
A species of trees of the genus Aesculus as it is known in Eurasia, common in the temperate zones of both hemispheres and called buckeyes in America
The large nutlike seed of these trees
pulled along by a horse
Attributive form of horse hockey, noun
Alternative spelling of horse opera
Obsolete spelling of horse power
Alternative spelling of horsepower
Attributive form of horse race

horse-race participant.

Any of various gentle techniques of training or breaking horses
horse archer
A horse archer (or horsed archer, mounted archer) is a cavalryman armed with a bow. The horse archer was the archetypical warrior of the Eurasian steppe and of the American prairies
horse bean
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Vicia faba, the broad bean, fava bean, faba bean, horse bean, field bean, tic bean is a species of bean (Fabaceae) native to north Africa and southwest Asia, and extensively cultivated elsewhere. Although usually classified in the same genus Vicia as the vetches, some botanists treat it in a separate monotypic genus as Faba sativa Moench
horse trade
Hard and shrewd bargaining
horse trading
(deyim) Hard and shrewd bargaining
horse whisperer
A horse whisperer is a horse trainer who adopts a sympathetic view of the motives, needs, and desires of the horse, based on modern equine psychology. The term goes back to the early nineteenth century when an Irish horseman, Daniel Sullivan, made a name for himself in England by rehabilitating horses that had become vicious and intractable due to abuse or accidental trauma
Horse Guards
Royal Horse Guards
horse balm
Any of several strongly aromatic, eastern North American plants of the genus Collinsonia, having opposite leaves, square stems, and axillary clusters of lemon-scented yellow flowers
horse bean
a bean plant cultivated for use animal fodder
horse brush
brush used brush down a horse
horse cart
heavy cart; drawn by a horse; used for farm work
horse cassia
tropical American semi-evergreen tree having erect racemes of pink or rose-colored flowers; used as an ornamental
horse cavalry
an army unit mounted on horseback
horse chestnut
Horse chestnuts are the nuts of a horse chestnut tree. They are more commonly called conkers
horse chestnut
tree having palmate leaves and large clusters of white to red flowers followed by brown shiny inedible seeds
horse gentian
Any of various plants of the genus Triosteum, having opposite leaves, small purplish-brown flowers, and leathery orange-yellow fruit. Also called feverwort
horse guards
A body of cavalry so called; esp
horse latitudes
Either of two belts of latitudes located over the oceans at about 30° to 35° north and south, having high barometric pressure, calms, and light, changeable winds
horse mackerel
largest tuna; to 1500 pounds; of mostly temperate seas: feed in polar regions but breed in tropics
horse mackerel
large elongated compressed food fish of the Atlantic waters of Europe
horse mackerel
California edible fish; largest tuna that weighs up to 1500 pounds (680.389 kilos)
horse mackerel
a California food fish
horse manure
horse excreta used as fertilizer
horse mushroom
coarse edible mushroom with a hollow stem and abroad white cap
horse nettle
A prickly-stemmed plant (Solanum carolinense) of eastern and central North America, having purplish or white star-shaped flowers and yellowish berries
horse of a different color
(Slang) entirely different subject, something that is totally unrelated (to something else), irrelevant issue
horse opera
A film or other theatrical work about the American West; a western
horse power
A unit of power, used in stating the power required to drive machinery, and in estimating the capabilities of animals or steam engines and other prime movers for doing work
horse power
unit for measuring the power of engines (equal to 746 watts); unit of the supplier of energy (approximately 760 watts)
horse power
A machine worked by a horse, for driving other machinery; a horse motor
horse power
It is the power required for the performance of work at the rate of 33,000 English units of work per minute; hence, it is the power that must be exerted in lifting 33,000 pounds at the rate of one foot per minute, or 550 pounds at the rate of one foot per second, or 55 pounds at the rate of ten feet per second, etc
horse race
professional competition of speed of horses and their riders
horse riding
Horse riding is the activity of riding a horse, especially for enjoyment or as a form of exercise
horse semen
fluid containing a horse's sperm
horse sense
common sense, plain good sense
horse sense
common sense: sound practical judgment; "I can't see the sense in doing it now"; "he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples"; "fortunately she had the good sense to run away"
horse sense
Common sense; gumption
horse show
A horse show is a sporting event in which people riding horses compete in order to demonstrate their skill and control. a sports event in which people compete to show their skill in riding horses
horse trader
a hard bargainer
horse trading
negotiation accompanied by mutual concessions and shrewd bargaining
horse trading
the swapping of horses (accompanied by much bargaining)
horse's foot
the hoof of a horse
relating to the time before automobiles (and other inventions) changed the way people lived in industrialized nations
horse-chestnut family
Family Hippocastanaceae, composed of the buckeyes and the horse chestnuts (genus Aesculus), native to the northern temperate zone. The best-known species of horse chestnut is the common, or European, horse chestnut (A. hippocastanum), native to southeastern Europe but widely cultivated as a large shade and street tree. The Champs-Élysées in Paris is lined with rows of horse-chestnut trees
A horse-drawn carriage, cart, or other vehicle is one that is pulled by one or more horses. a horse-drawn open-topped carriage. horse-drawn vehicles are pulled by a horse
pulled by a horse; "a horse-drawn carriage
pulled by a horse; "a horse-drawn carriage"
brushing and cleaning of a horse
plant with an edible hot-tasting root
the activity of riding horses = riding
negotiate with much give and take
When negotiation or bargaining is forceful and shows clever and careful judgment, you can describe it as horse-trading. when the people, especially business people or politicians, who are involved in a discussion try hard to gain an advantage for their own side - used to show disapproval
a trail for horses
Similar to a horse
A horse
A horse
A horse
a horse
a horse
a horse
horse around
indulge in horseplay; "Enough horsing around--let's get back to work!"; "The bored children were fooling about
horse chestnut
{i} tree that bears leaves that resemble fingers and clusters of white flowers and brown smooth bitter nutlike seed that cannot be eaten; bitter nutlike seed of the horse chestnut
horse chestnut
A horse chestnut is a large tree which has leaves with several pointed parts and shiny reddish-brown nuts called conkers that grow in cases with points on them
horse power
The power which a horse exerts
horse radish
coarse Eurasian plant cultivated for its thick white pungent root
past of horse
{s} lacking a horse
not requiring a horse; said of certain vehicles in which horse power has been replaced by electricity, steam, etc
Not having a horse
as, a horseless carriage or truck
Being without a horse; specif
resembling a horse
Similar to that of a horse; as, a horselike head
{s} of a horse, resembling a horse, like a horse
third-person singular of horse
plural of horse
present participle of horse
{i} (in Poker) act of passing small sum of money to another player after winning the pot in a game
Another word for scooting - the practice of passing a small amount of money to another player after winning a pot
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