jaw

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çene

Tom, Mary'nin çenesini kırdı. - Tom broke Mary's jaw.

Bir bakıma uzun boyunlu ve dişsiz çok büyük çenesi olan dev dinozorlar gibi şu görüntüler ortaya çıktı. - Those shadows appeared in a way like giant dinosaurs, with a long neck and a very big jaw without teeth.

{i} ağız
çene kemiği
konkasor
mengene gibi aletlerin karşılıklı iki parçasından biri
{i} can sıkıcı öğüt
{i} çene çalmak, laflamak
tehditle baskı yapmak
{i} gevezelik
çene çalma
{i} nasihat faslı
jawbone i
laf
{f} öğüt vermek (sıkıcı)
{i} dırdır
{i} azar
jawbreakerçok sert akide şekeri
{f} çene çalmak
{i} argo çene çalma, laflama. f., argo
{i} çoğ. ağız
{i} dırlanmak
{f} sıkıcı konuşmak
{i} vırvır
{f} boş konuşmak
{f} uzun konuşmak
azarlamak
(Mekanik) mengene veya ayna çenesi
yanak
gidi
jaw bone
mandibula
jaw bone
çene kemiği
jaw chuck
çeneli ayna
jaw clutch
çeneli kavrama
jaw crusher
çeneli konkasör
jaw agape
Ağızı bir karış açıkŞaşkınlıktan ağızı açık kalmak

In a state of wonder or amazement, as with the mouth wide open.

jaw breakers
çene kesiciler
jaw clenching
(Tıp, İlaç) Diş gıcırdatma
jaw line
çene hattı
jaw puller
(Araçlar) Çektirme
jaw s
çene s
jaw spanner
çene anahtar
jaw surgery
(Tıp, İlaç) Alt çene cerrahisi
jaw trap
çene tuzak
jaw-dropping
Ağızları açık bırakacak kadar ilginç, şaşırtıcı ve şaire; insanı şaşırtan, insanı hayrete düşüren, şaşırtıcı
jaw-dropping
Çok şaşırtıcı
jaw-dropping
çene-döküm
jaw-jaw always is better than to war-war
Famous quote by Winston Churchill. Better to talk instead of war
jaw out
azarlamak
jaw out
paylamak
crusher jaw
konkasör çenesi  
having a jaw
çeneli
lock jaw
(Tıp) tetanos
lower jaw
(Anatomi) altçene kemiği
crusher jaw
konkasör çenesi
jawed
çeneli
lantern jaw
çene kemiği
lion jaw forceps
aslanağzı pens
lock jaw
kazıklıhumma
lower jaw
altçene
one's jaw drops
ağzı bir karış açık kalmak
upper jaw
üstçene
bottle jaw
(Tıp, İlaç) Besi hayvanlarında çene altında ödem oluşması
jowl, jaw
çene, çene
open jaw
(Seyahat) Open Jaw , havacılıkta kullanılan bir bilet tipidir. Gidişte vardığınız havaalanından dönmeyip başka bir havaalanından aynı yere dönebildiginiz bilet tipidir. Örneğin, İstanbul - Ankara gidişi yaptıktan sonra, dönüşü Konya - İstanbul olarak gerçekleştirmek
open jaw
açık çene
open jaw ticket
(Seyahat) Open Jaw (ticket), havacılıkta kullanılan bir bilet tipidir. Gidişte vardığınız havaalanından dönmeyip başka bir havaalanından aynı yere dönebildiginiz bilet tipidir. Örneğin, İstanbul - Ankara gidişi yaptıktan sonra, dönüşü Konya - İstanbul olarak gerçekleştirmek
phossy jaw
çene kemiği kangreni
starting jaw
kurt dişlisi, ilk hareket kavraması
vise jaw
mengene çenesi
JAWS
(Askeri) Müşterek Mühimmat Etkinliği Elkitabı (JMEM)/havadan karaya silahlanma sistemi (Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual (JMEM)/air-to surface weaponeering system)
adjustable jaw
(Otomotiv) ayarlanabilir çene
concentric jaw chuck
ortak merkezli çeneli ayna
crushing jaw
kırma çenesi
fixed jaw
(Otomotiv) sabit çene
glass jaw
çene (boks)
heel jaw
ökçe çene
hold your jaw
kes sesini
hold your jaw
kapa çeneni
jawing
dedikodu yapma
jaws
(isim) ağız
jaws
ağız/çene
jaws
{i} ağız
lower jaw
alt çene
none of your jaw
sana düşmez
none of your jaw
kapa çeneni
parrot jaw
(Diş Hekimliği) ön dişlerin ve maksillanın anormal derecede öne çıkmış olduğu bir ortodontik anomali; ileri derecede angle 2. Sınıf maloklüzyon; aşırı maksiller protrüzyonun yol açtığı yüz görünümü. ; Kuş yüzü
pi jaw
şiddetle uyarma
square one's jaw
{k} (birine meydan okumaya hazırlanıyormuş gibi) çenesini gerip uzatmak
upper jaw
üst çene
upper jaw bone
(Anatomi) üst çene kemiği
upper jaw length
(Denizbilim) üstçene boyu
wrench jaw
anahtar çenesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To assail or abuse by scolding
To stick in the jaws of a pocket
One of the bones, usually bearing teeth, which form the framework of the mouth
Anything resembling the jaw of an animal in form or action; especially plural, the mouth or way of entrance; as, the jaws of a pass; the jaws of darkness; the jaws of death
A notch or opening
A notched or forked part, adapted for holding an object in place; as, the jaw of a railway-car pedestal. See Axle guard
One of a pair of opposing parts which are movable towards or from each other, for grasping or crushing anything between them, as, the jaws of a vise, or the jaws of a stone-crushing machine
To talk; to converse
The inner end of a boom or gaff, hollowed in a half circle so as to move freely on a mast
Impudent or abusive talk
To scold; to clamor
Axle guard
{n} the bone inclosing the teeth, noise, talk
The bone itself with the teeth and covering
talk incessantly and tiresomely
the mouth or way of entrance; as, the jaws of a pass; the jaws of darkness; the jaws of death
chew (food); "He jawed his bubble gum"; "Chew your food and don't swallow it!"; "The cows were masticating the grass"
A common term for either the maxilla (upper jaw) or mandible (lower jaw)
Anything resembling the jaw of an animal in form or action; esp
the part of the skull of a vertebrate that frames the mouth and holds the teeth
holding device consisting of one or both of the opposing parts of a tool that close to hold an object the part of the skull of a vertebrate that frames the mouth and holds the teeth the bones of the skull that frame the mouth and serve to open it; the bones that hold the teeth
If you talk about the jaws of something unpleasant such as death or hell, you are referring to a dangerous or unpleasant situation. A family dog rescued a newborn boy from the jaws of death. to talk. Either of two bones that frame the mouth: a movable lower jaw (mandible) and a fixed upper jaw (maxilla). These hold the teeth (see tooth) and are used for biting and chewing and in speech. Vertical portions at the back of the lower jaw form hinge joints at the temples. The front of its arch thickens to form the chin. The upper jaw is attached to bones at the bridge of the nose, in the eye sockets and roof of the mouth, and the cheekbones. It contains the large maxillary sinus
{f} talk, chat idly, gossip; scold, insult
holding device consisting of one or both of the opposing parts of a tool that close to hold an object
censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
pl
A notched or forked part, adapted for holding an object in place; as, the jaw of a railway-car pedestal
talk socially without exchanging too much information; "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze"
machwa
Your jaw is the lower part of your face below your mouth. The movement of your jaw is sometimes considered to express a particular emotion. For example, if your jaw drops, you are very surprised. He thought for a moment, stroking his well-defined jaw
See Axle guard
A person's or animal's jaws are the two bones in their head which their teeth are attached to. a forest rodent with powerful jaws
In the plural, the mouth
Have a chat, chew the fat or just have a conversation
{i} one or both of the bones which form the framework of the mouth; section around the bones of the jaw, mouth; section of a machine which grips or holds objects; gossip, idle chatter
Words of complaint; wrangling, abuse, jabber "To jaw," to annoy with words, to jabber, wrangle, or abuse The French gueule and gueuler are used in the same manner Hold your jaw Hold your tongue or jabber What are you jawing about? What are you jabbering or wrangling about? A break-jaw word A very long word, or one hard to pronounce
the bones of the skull that frame the mouth and serve to open it; the bones that hold the teeth
Fig
Hence, also, the bone itself with the teeth and covering
Ago
jaw muscle
Masseter; the large muscle which raises the under jaw, and assists in mastication
jaw-jaw
To talk at length; to chatter or jabber

We might have five of us jaw-jawing. You don't have that any more. I hate to lose that; it was a great joy in my life.

jaw harp
(Muzik) The Jew's harp, jaw harp, mouth harp, or Ozark harp, trump and juice harp, is thought to be one of the oldest musical instruments in the world; a musician apparently playing it can be seen in a Chinese drawing from the 4th century BC. Despite its common English name, and the sometimes used Jew's trump, it has no particular connection with the Jewish people or Judaism. This instrument is native to Asia and used in all tribes of Turkish people in Asia where it is variously referred to as a temir komuz, agiz komuzu or gubuz
jaw-dropping
Amazing
jaw-bone
bone located in the jaw
jaw-breaker
word or phrase that is hard to pronounce; hard candy
jaw-dropping
Something that is jaw-dropping is extremely surprising, impressive, or shocking. One insider who has seen the report said it was pretty jaw-dropping stuff. = amazing
Moose Jaw
A town in Saskatchewan, Canada
glass jaw
A sensitive chin or jaw, the physical striking of which tends to result in a knockout

How was I to know that big ape had a glass jaw?.

jawed
having jaws
jaws
the borders of anything which has a mouthlike aspect

The red wobbled in the jaws of the pocket, but didn't go down.

jaws
plural of jaw
jaws
the mouth
phossy jaw
A disease resulting from exposure to white phosphorus causing degeneration of the teeth and jaw
the jaw
{n} mandible
open jaw
(Seyahat) An open-jaw (ticket) is an airline ticket in which the traveler returns from a city other than the one he or she arrived at, or in which the final destination is not the same as the original departure city. The trip between these two cities is then made over land, sea or with a separately booked flight
open jaw ticket
(Seyahat) An open-jaw ticket is an airline ticket in which the traveler returns from a city other than the one he or she arrived at, or in which the final destination is not the same as the original departure city. The trip between these two cities is then made over land, sea or with a separately booked flight
Jaws
{i} 1975 film directed by Steven Spielberg (starring Richard Dreyfuss and Roy Scheider)
Jaws
an exciting and frightening US film made by Steven Spielberg, about a shark (=a large, dangerous fish) that kills people who go swimming in the sea and then tries to kill a group of men who go out in a boat to catch it (1975)
The jaw
chaw
jawed
Having jaws; - - chiefly in composition; as, lantern-jawed
jawed
Having a jaw or jaws, especially of a specified kind. Often used in combination: slack-jawed; the jawed fishes
jawed
having a specified type of jaw
jawing
Scolding; clamorous or abusive talk
jawing
present participle of jaw
jaws
Clamps to hold a specimen when applying stress to the specimen for certain tests
jaws
The area lying between the uprights of a hoop
jaws
The most widely used screen reader Download an evaluation copy at the Freedom Scientific Web site
jaws
the opening of the hole on a green Specifically the front of the hole regardless of what direction the player is putting from Specifically when a player leaves a putt just short of the hole Example: "He left it right in the jaws "
jaws
chaps
jaws
{i} something which resembles a pair of jawbones; something which opens and closes or grips in a jawlike manner
jaws
The yawning chasm that is the front of the cup, when a putt stops inches short of its intended destination For example, "He left it right in the jaws "
jaws
holding device consisting of one or both of the opposing parts of a tool that close to hold an object
jaws
Joint Airport Weather Studies
jaws
A fitting holding a boom or gaff to the mast
jaws
A semicircle or U-shaped end on a boom or gaff which fits around the mast
lantern jaw
a long thin lower jaw
lion-jaw forceps
a type of forceps
lower jaw
lower section of the jaw
lower jaw
the lower jawbone in vertebrates; it is hinged to open the mouth
lumpy jaw
cervicofacial actinomycosis: the commonest and least severe form of actinomycosis; affects the face and neck regions
open-jaw fare
the price you pay to travel on a plane, train etc when this includes travel to a place and travel back from a different place
upper jaw
maxilla, upper part of the mandible
upper jaw
the upper jawbone in vertebrates; it is fused to the cranium
jaw

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    Zıt anlamlılar

    be quiet, praise

    Telaffuz

    /ˈʤô/ /ˈʤɔː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'jo ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English jawe, jowe, geowe, alteration of Middle English *chawe, *cheowe (found only in early Modern English chawe, chaw (“jaw”)), representing unattested Old English *cēowe ( = Middle Dutch kauwe (“the jaw of a fish”), kouwe (“the cavity of the mouth”); German Keu; Dutch kieuw; Danish kjave (“jaw”)), from Old English cēowan (“to chew”). See chew. Alteration probably influenced by Middle English jolle, chaul (“jowl”), which it replaced. See also jowl.

    Zamanlar

    jaws, jawing, jawed

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