inflated

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} yükselmiş

Yükselmiş kiralar için kısmen şiddetli konut sıkıntısı suçlanacaktır. - The severe housing shortage is partly to blame for the inflated rents.

şişik
{f} şişir

Sen hiç bunun kadar büyük bir balon şişirdin mi? - Have you ever inflated a balloon as big as this one?

kibirli
şişmiş
şiş/şişir
{s} şişirilmiş
artmış/kabarmış/şişmiş
{s} abartılı
{s} şişme
yüksek
inflate
{f} şişirmek
inflate
şişir

Sen hiç bunun kadar büyük bir balon şişirdin mi? - Have you ever inflated a balloon as big as this one?

Bütün bu balonları şişiremem. - I cannot inflate all these balloons.

inflate
(Ticaret) artırmak
inflate
şişmek
inflate
(Bilgisayar) şişme
inflate
enflasyon
inflate
hava ile şişir
swollen, inflated, puffy
Şişirilmiş, şişmiş şişmiş
under inflated
şişirilmiş altında
under-inflated
Altı şişirilmiş
inflate
şişkinlik
inflate
hava basmak
inflate
{f} piyasaya çok miktarda kâğıt para çıkarmak
inflate
{f} (fiyatları) suni olarak yükseltmek, şişirmek
inflate
{f} (hava ile) şişirmek
inflate
para şişkinliği
inflate
enflasyon haline getirilmiş
inflate
şişirilmiş
inflate
inflationistenflasyon
inflate
inflatedşişmiş
inflate
inflatableşişirilebilir
inflate
piyasaya çok sayıda kâğıt para çıkarmak
inflate
inflationenflasyon
İngilizce - İngilizce
Filled with air or fluid

The inflated balloons danced in the breeze.

: Pompous; arrogant (of a person or ego)
Expanded; in a state of inflation, of abnormally increased size, amount, etc

His inflated belly looked uncomfortable.

: In a state of higher cost

His inflated prices made the vendor unpopular.

Simple past tense and past participle of inflate
Higher that the true figure

inflated incidence figures.

: Containing excessive, meaningless words, particularly for show

The inflated speech did not impress the audience.

past of inflate
pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals); "high-flown talk of preserving the moral tone of the school"; "a high-sounding dissertation on the means to attain social revolution"
Turgid; swelling; puffed up; bombastic; pompous; as, an inflated style
Distended or enlarged fictitiously; as, inflated prices, etc
Expanded; in a state of inflation, of increased size
increased especially to abnormal levels; "the raised prices frightened away customers"; "inflated wages"; "an inflated economy"
Hollow and distended, as a perianth, corolla, nectary, or pericarp
Containing excessive, meaningless words, particularly for show
Filled, as with air or gas; blown up; distended; as, a balloon inflated with gas
expanded by (or as if by) gas or air; "an inflated balloon"
enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness; "had an exaggerated (or inflated) opinion of himself"; "a hyperbolic style"
Pompous; arrogant (of a person or ego)
expanded by (or as if by) gas or air; "an inflated balloon
{s} swollen; filled with air or gas; expanded, enlarged; exaggerated; puffed up with pride; bombastic
In a state of higher cost
inflated bill
fee increased unreasonably or dishonestly
inflated style
bombastic style
inflate
To enlarge an object by pushing air (or a gas) into it; to raise or expand abnormally

You inflate a balloon by blowing air into it.

inflate
To enlarge by filling with air (or a gas)

The balloon will inflate if you blow into it.

inflated.
pumped-up
inflated.
puffed out

He had his cheeks puffed out as if his mouth was full of water.

inflate
If someone inflates the amount or effect of something, they say it is bigger, better, or more important than it really is, usually so that they can profit from it. They inflated clients' medical treatment to defraud insurance companies
inflate
sufflate
inflate
pump up
inflate
To enlarge an object by pushing air (or a gas) into it
inflate
increase the amount or availability of, creating a rise in value; "inflate the currency"
inflate
If you inflate something such as a balloon or tyre, or if it inflates, it becomes bigger as it is filled with air or a gas. Stuart jumped into the sea and inflated the liferaft Don's lifejacket had failed to inflate
inflate
Blown in; inflated
inflate
Fig
inflate
exaggerate or make bigger; "The charges were inflated"
inflate
become inflated; "The sails ballooned"
inflate
To expand; to fill; to distend
inflate
To swell or distend with air or gas; to dilate; to expand; to enlarge; as, to inflate a bladder; to inflate the lungs
inflate
If you say that someone inflates the price of something, or that the price inflates, you mean that the price increases. The promotion of a big release can inflate a film's final cost Clothing prices have not inflated as much as automobiles. = increase + inflated in·flat·ed They had to buy everything at inflated prices at the ranch store
inflate
{f} expand; widen; fill with air or gas; swell; increase; cause inflation, raise price
inflate
fill with gas or air; "inflate a balloons"
inflate
To swell; to puff up; to elate; as, to inflate one with pride or vanity
inflate
cause prices to rise by increasing the available currency or credit; "The war inflated the economy"
inflate
To cause to become unduly expanded or increased; as, to inflate the currency
inflate
cause prices to rise by increasing the available currency or credit; "The war inflated the economy
inflate
fill with gas or air; "inflate a balloons" exaggerate or make bigger; "The charges were inflated" increase the amount or availability of, creating a rise in value; "inflate the currency" cause prices to rise by increasing the available currency or credit; "The war inflated the economy
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