jack up

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İngilizce - Türkçe
krikoyla kaldırmak
krikoyla kaldır
(deyim) arttırmak
{f} yükseltmek
{f} kaldırmak

Arabayı kriko ile kaldırmak zorunda kalacaksın. - You'll have to jack up the car.

(deyim) jack sth. up [kd] fiyat vb. yukseltmek,artirmak
{f} kriko ile kaldırmak

Arabayı kriko ile kaldırmak zorunda kalacaksın. - You'll have to jack up the car.

(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kriko ile kaldırmak 2- (fiyat vs. yi) yükseltmek
ABD yükselme
to jack up
krikoyla kaldırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To give up; to abandon (something); to jig up, throw up, chuck up (give up, concede); to discontinue; to leave a job, break a contract; to jack in

We're going to jack up the Service. ”.

To raise, increase, or accelerate; often said of prices, fees, or rates. See also jack up the price

I can't believe they're going to jack up the price of gasoline again — and after they already raised it twenty cents a gallon!.

To ruin; wreck; mess up; screw up; sometimes as a bowdlerized substitution for fuck up

I'm not letting him use my computer again; he always jacks it up.

To raise, hoist, or lift a thing using a jack, or similar means

The oil rig can be jacked up higher when the hydraulic legs touch the sea floor.

{f} lift or raise by using a jack; raise prices (as in: "I sold them the car for $1,500 and they jacked up the price to $2,500 when they sold it")
lift with a special device; "jack up the car so you can change the tire"
If you jack up a heavy object such as a car, you raise it off the ground using a jack. They jacked up the car All I had to do was jack the car up and put on the spare
(also jackup) Characterized by, or utilizing jacks or hydraulic lifts in the design (of a machine)

e.g., a Jack-up rig.

An increase or rise; usually said of prices, fees, or rates

It's hard to stay in business with the recent jack-up in fuel costs.

jack up

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    cäk ʌp


    /ˈʤak ˈəp/ /ˈʤæk ˈʌp/


    [ 'jak ] (noun.) 1548. * Sense of “hoist with a jack” is from 1885; then, “increase prices, etc.” (1904, American English); both ultimately from noun jack (“mechanical device used to raise heavy objects”) * “Screw up, mess up” sense derived from, or influenced by fuck up, as a bowdlerization; also possibly influenced by jacked up (“high, intoxicated”) * Jack up first dialectical idiomatic meaning: “abandon, give up” (1873), possibly a corruption of chuck up, as chuck up the sponge (“give up, concede, give token of submission”)

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