hug

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} sarılmak

Sarılmaktan vazgeçtiler. - They stopped hugging.

Sana sarılmak için sabırsızlanıyorum. - I can't wait to hug you.

{f} kucaklamak

Bu akşam seni kucaklamak ve kahveye davet etmek istiyorum, bunu nasıl yapabilirim? - I want to hug you and invite you to coffee this evening, how can I do that?

{i} sarılma

O, ona sarılmak istiyor. - She wants to hug him.

Sana sarılmama izin ver. - Let me give you a hug.

{f} kucaklaşmak
ayrılmamak
sokulmak
koçmak
{f} kucakla

Tom kucaklanmak istiyor. - Tom wants to be hugged.

Tom Mary'yi kucakladı ve yanağından öptü. - Tom gave Mary a hug and a kiss on the cheek.

sevgiyle sarılmak
bağrına basmak
yakınından geçmek
bağrına basma
sıkıca kucaklamak
kucaklama

Kız arkadaşımın kucaklamayı seven biri olması çok önemli. - It's crucial for my girlfriend to be a hugger.

Sadece hoş büyük bir kucaklamaya ne dersin? - How about just a nice, big hug?

hug the landkara yakınından gitmek
{f} dört elle sarılmak
hug the windrüzgâra karşı gitmek
orsa gitmek
bear hug çok sı
{f} bağrına basmak, sımsıkı tutmak
{f} benimsemek
{f} kıyıdan gitmek
sarmak
sarılıp
hug each other dearly
sevgiyle kucaklaşmak
hug each other warmly
sevgiyle kucaklaşmak
hug the land
(Askeri) kara yakınından gitmek
hug the road
yolu kapamak
hug the wind
(Askeri) orsalamak
hug the wind
rüzgâra karşı gitmek
hug a baby
kucaklama bir bebek
hug e
kucaklama e
hug to
sarilirdin
hug oneself for
kendini tebrik etmek
hug oneself for
kendini kutlamak
hug oneself on
kendini kutlamak
hug oneself on
kendini tebrik etmek
give smb. a hug
sarılmak
bear hug
çok sıkı kucaklama (ayı gibi)
hugging
{f} kucakla

Tom'u tekrar kucaklamayı hiç denemeyeceğim. - I won't ever try hugging Tom again.

Tom'u ne zaman kucaklamayı denedin? - When did you try hugging Tom?

bear hug
ayı gibi kucaklama
bunny hug
(Giyim) Kapüşonlu uzun kollu tişört
give hug
sarılmak
great big hug
büyük kocaman bir kucak
hugging
kucaklayarak
to hug
sarilirdin
bear hug
kaba ve sert kucaklama
give a hug
sarılmak
give a hug
kucaklamak
give smb. a hug
kucaklamak
hugging
kucaklama

Tom'u ne zaman kucaklamayı denedin? - When did you try hugging Tom?

Tom'u tekrar kucaklamayı hiç denemeyeceğim. - I won't ever try hugging Tom again.

hugging
sarılma

Tom ve ben sarılmayı bıraktık. - Tom and I stopped hugging.

Sami ve Leyla sarılmaya başladılar. - Sami and Layla started hugging.

Türkçe - Türkçe
Sazdan yapılmış kulübe
İngilizce - İngilizce
To embrace by holding closely, especially in the arms

Billy hugged Danny until he felt better.

An affectionate close embrace
To cling closely together
To stay close to (the shore etc.)
{v} to embrace fondly
{n} a close embrace
(20) - Flip a coin If heads, the Defending Pokémon can't retreat during your opponent's next turn Pokémon with this attack: Sabrina's Jynx L21
When you hug someone, you put your arms around them and hold them tightly, for example because you like them or are pleased to see them. You can also say that two people hug each other or that they hug. She had hugged him exuberantly and invited him to dinner the next day We hugged and kissed. = embrace Hug is also a noun. Syvil leapt out of the back seat, and gave him a hug
If you hug something, you hold it close to your body with your arms tightly round it. Shaerl trudged toward them, hugging a large box She hugged her legs tight to her chest
To press closely within the arms; to clasp to the bosom; to embrace
fit closely or tightly; "She dress hugged her hipds"
hug, usually with fondness; "Hug me, please"; "They embraced"
Name of quarterly journal of London CCI
To hold fast; to cling to; to cherish
Something that hugs the ground or a stretch of land or water stays very close to it. The road hugs the coast for hundreds of miles see also bear hug. the action of putting your arms around someone and holding them tightly to show love or friendship
To cower; to crouch; to curl up
– HR Users Group   Systemwide committee of HRMS functional users responsible for representing campus HR interests to the SOSS development organization   Sheila Orman is the CSUS HUG representative
{i} embrace, clasping of the arms around a person or thing
This is a swinging hold used, e g in the Tory Lancers in which partners place R arms around each others' waists and, with the L hand, hold the other's R arm just above the elbow
To keep close to; as, to hug the land; to hug the wind
To crowd together; to cuddle
a tight or amorous embrace; "come here and give me a big hug"
a tight or amorous embrace; "come here and give me a big hug" fit closely or tightly; "She dress hugged her hipds
A close embrace or clasping with the arms, as in affection or in wrestling
fit closely or tightly; "She dress hugged her hipds
{f} embrace, hold tightly, wrap the arms tightly around (a person or thing); cling to, cherish (an opinion, belief, etc.)
A crushing embrace
hug it out
(deyim) For two people (usually male) to hug one another to help one or both get over anger or sadness

Person 1:Damn, I can't believe she broke up with me. Person 2: Wanna hug it out?.

hug it out
(deyim) While engaged in an arguement with someone, and the arguement becomes public ( ie in an elevator and the doors open in the lobby) one person asks "Wanna hug it out?" and you stop the arguement and continue it at a later time, when it is out of the public eye
hug-me-tight
a woman's fitted jacket
bear hug
in business, a hostile takeover effort in which one firm offers to buy the other firm at a share price too high to refuse
bear hug
in wrestling, a hold with the arms around the opponent
bear hug
any especially large, tight or enthusiastic hug, usually friendly

Granddad scooped up the child in a big bear hug.

bunny hug
A style of dance
bunny hug
A sweatshirt with a hood
bunny hug
(Giyim) A hoodie (also hooded sweatshirt, hoody, or bunny hug) is a heavy upper-body garment with a hood. The characteristic design includes large frontal pockets, a hood, and some type of string, usually similar to shoelaces, used to adjust the hood aperture (some varieties include zips). The clothing is perceived differently in different regions. For example, in California, hoodies are a staple of male attire regardless of the weather, while in the UK hoodies are seen so negatively that the shopping centre Bluewater banned them entirely
To hug
huggle
bear hug
A bear hug is a rather rough, tight, affectionate hug. A rough, tight hug. an action in which you put your arms around someone and hold them very tightly because you like them or are pleased to see them
bear hug
big strong hug
bear hug
a takeover bid so attractive that the directors of the target company must approve it or risk shareholder protest
bear hug
a takeover bid so attractive that the directors of the target company must approve it or risk shareholder protest a wrestling hold with arms locked tightly around the opponent
bear hug
When a company approaches the board of another company indicating that an offer is about to be made for their shares The price per share that is offered for the target firm is usually too high for the board to refuse the offer If the target company says the merger is OK but they want a higher price, this is a "teddy bear hug"
bear hug
A takeover bid so attractive that the takeover target's directors have little choice but to approve it
bear hug
Takeover bid so attractive that the target company's directors, who might be adverse to it for other reasons, must approve it or risk shareholder protest
bear hug
a wrestling hold with arms locked tightly around the opponent
bear hug
An offer made directly to the Board of Directors of a target company Usually made to increase the pressure on the target with the threat that a tender offer may follow
bear hug
Often used in risk arbitrage Hostile takeover attempt in which the acquirer offers an exceptionally large premium over the market-value of the acquiree's share so as to as to squeeze (hug) the target into acceptance
bunny hug
a syncopated ballroom dance formerly popular in the US
hugged
past of hug
hugging
present participle of hug
hugging
affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
hugs
third-person singular of hug
hugs
plural of hug
hug