jimmy

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bkz.jemmy
maymuncuk
{f} levye ile açmak
{f} (hırsızların kullandığı) ufak levye ile açmak
açmak
(fiil) levye ile açmak
{i} levye

Profesyonel bir hırsız bir araba kapısını bir levye ile zaman kaybetmeden açabilir. - A professional thief can jimmy a car door in no time.

Jimmy kilidi levye ile açtı. - Jimmy jimmied the lock.

{i} hırsız levyesi
bu demirle kırmak
{i} (hırsızların kullandığı) ufak levye
hırsızların kullandıkları demir çubuk
(Argo) penis
jimmy hat
(Argo) prezervatif
jimmy cap
Kondom, prezervatif
jimmy hat
Kondom, prezervatif
jimmy jib
Jimmy Jib, Kameranın monte edildiği terazi şeklinde mekanik bir cihazdır. Bir tarafta ağırlıklar bulunur. Diğer uçta ise kamera bağlıdır. Yere basan kısımda lastik tekerlekler vardır. Kameraman kamera tarafında bir sandeleyede oturabildiği gibi ağırlık tarafından da kamerayı kablolarla yönetebilmektedir
penis
yarak
penis
(Arılık) erkek çiftleşme organı
penis
(Argo) sinkaf
jemmy
domuztırnağı
penis
kamış
penis
penis
jemmied
levye ile açılmış
jemmy
baş
jemmy
hırsız levyesi
jemmy
levye
jemmy
{f} levye ile açmak
jemmy
kızarmış koyun başı
jemmy
kısa demirli çubuk
jemmy
demir çubukla aç
jemmy
(fiil) levye ile açmak
jemmy
demir çubuk
jemmy
kısa demir çubuk
penis
{i} kamış [arg.]
penis
{ç} --es (pi'nîsız)/pe.nes (pi'niz)
penis
erkeklik uzvu
penis
tenasül aleti
penis
(Tıp) Kamış, penis, erkek üreme organı, phallus
penis
{i} erkeklik organı
penis
(isim) penis, erkeklik organı, kamış [arg.], çük [arg.]
penis
{i} çük [arg.]
İngilizce - İngilizce
Shortened form of Jimmy Riddle, a piddle
A diminutive of the male given name James or Jim, also used as a formal given name

Heaven only knows why a man with a strong biblical name like James wants to be a president named Jimmy.

A jemmy; a crowbar used by burglars to open windows and doors
To pry open, especially a lock

The kitchen window had been jimmied. - The Big Sleep, by Raymond Chandler.

penis
(in plural jimmies) Candy sprinkles
A marijuana cigarette
A device used to circumvent a locking mechanism; a slim-Jim
Royal Navy slang for First Lieutenant (Executive Officer)
{i} male first name (form of James); rare female name; informal way of addressing a man whose name is not known (used in Scotland)
a diminutive of Jim or James
Shortened from of Jimmy Riddle, a piddle
a short crowbar; "in England they call a jimmy and jemmy"
{f} open using a crowbar, break in with the help of a jimmy
A short crowbar used by burglars in breaking open doors
jimmies the American form of the word jemmy. Blanton Jimmy Breslin Jimmy Carter Jimmy Connors Jimmy Doolittle Jimmy Durante Jimmy Hoffa Jimmy McHugh Jimmy Rushing Jimmy Van Heusen Jimmy Jimmy Walker
Candy sprinkles
a short crowbar; "in England they call a jimmy and jemmy
to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open; "The burglar jimmied the lock", "Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail"
{i} type of crowbar, tool used to force open doors or windows (also jemmy)
Jimmy Riddle
A piddle
Jimmy Woodser
A drink consumed alone
Jimmy Woodser
A man who drinks alone
Jimmy Blanton
orig. James Blanton born October 1918, Chattanooga, Tenn., U.S. died July 30, 1942, Monrovia, Calif. U.S. jazz musician. He joined Duke Ellington's orchestra as a string bass player in 1939. Blanton's buoyant rhythmic approach and harmonic subtlety provided a supple, relaxed sense of swing for the band. His unprecedented dexterity, tone, and intonation enabled him to execute a melodic conception of the role of the bass in jazz, demonstrated on recordings made with Ellington such as "Jack the Bear" and "Pitter Panther Patter." His revolutionary technique changed jazz bass playing and became the major influence on subsequent bassists. He died of tuberculosis
Jimmy Breslin
orig. James Earl Breslin born Oct. 17, 1929, Jamaica, N.Y., U.S. U.S. columnist and novelist. During his long newspaper career Breslin became known as a tough-talking voice of his native Queens, a working-class New York City borough. He started as a copyboy, then established himself as a sportswriter; later, as a syndicated columnist and contributor to numerous publications, he wrote with passion and personal involvement on politics and social issues, often focusing on injustice and corruption. He won a 1986 Pulitzer Prize for newspaper columns championing ordinary citizens. Among his books are the novel The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1969)
Jimmy Cagney
(1899-1986) American movie actor, winner of the 1942 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in "Yankee Doodle Dandy
Jimmy Carter
{i} James "Jimmy" Earl Carter Jr. (born 1924), 39th president of the United States (1977-1981), Nobel Peace laureate of 2002
Jimmy Carter
the 39th President of the US from, 1977 to 1981. Carter helped arrange the peace agreement between Egypt and Israel called the Camp David Agreement (1924- ). orig. James Earl Carter born Oct. 1, 1924, Plains, Ga., U.S. 39th president of the U.S. (1977-81). He graduated from Annapolis and served in the U.S. Navy until 1953, when he left to manage the family peanut business. He served in the state senate from 1962 to 1966. He ran unsuccessfully for governor in 1966; depressed by this experience, he found solace in evangelical Christianity, becoming a born-again Baptist. In 1970 he ran again and won. As governor (1971-75), he opened Georgia's government offices to African Americans and women and introduced stricter budgeting procedures for state agencies. In 1976, though lacking a national political base or major backing, he won the Democratic nomination and the presidency, defeating the Republican incumbent, Gerald Ford. As president, Carter helped negotiate a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel, signed a treaty with Panama to make the Panama Canal a neutral zone after 1999, and established full diplomatic relations with China. In 1979-80 the Iran hostage crisis became a major political liability. He responded forcefully to the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, embargoing the shipment of U.S. grain to the Soviet Union and pressing for a U.S. boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. The poor state of the economy, which was plagued by high inflation and high unemployment, contributed to Carter's electoral defeat by Ronald Reagan in 1980. He subsequently became involved in numerous international diplomatic negotiations and helped to oversee elections in countries with insecure democratic traditions; he also became the first sitting or former American president to visit Fidel Castro's Cuba. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2002
Jimmy Connors
James Scott "Jimmy" Connors (born 1952), U.S. tennis player
Jimmy Connors
in full James Scott Connors born Sept. 2, 1952, East St. Louis, Ill., U.S. U.S. tennis player. In 1974 he won three grand-slam tournaments (U.S. Open, Australian Open, and Wimbledon) but was barred from the French Open because he had joined World Team Tennis. Known for his aggressive play and fiery temper, Connors won the Wimbledon and U.S. doubles (with Ilie Nastase) titles in 1975, the Wimbledon singles in 1982, and the U.S. singles in 1976, 1978, 1982, and 1983
Jimmy Doolittle
orig. James Harold Doolittle born Dec. 14, 1896, Alameda, Calif., U.S. died Sept. 27, 1993, Pebble Beach, Calif. U.S. general. He enlisted in the army in World War I and became an aviator. After the war he earned a Ph.D. in engineering and remained in the Army Air Corps as a test pilot until 1930, when he became head of aviation for Shell Oil Co. In 1932 he set a world air speed record. Returning to active duty during World War II, he led a daring raid on Tokyo (1942), for which he received the Congressional Medal of Honor. He commanded air operations on many fronts, including attacks on Germany in 1944-45. After the war he remained active in the aerospace industry. He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1989
Jimmy Durante
{i} James Francis Durante (1893-1980), United States big-nosed comedian and actor, nicknamed "The Schnoz
Jimmy Durante
orig. James Francis Durante born Feb. 10, 1893, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 29, 1980, Santa Monica, Calif. U.S. comedian. By age 16 he was playing piano in nightclubs in New York City's Bowery. In the 1920s the team of Durante, Lou Clayton, and Eddie Jackson starred in vaudeville and nightclubs; they appeared on Broadway in Florenz Ziegfeld's Show Girl (1929). Durante made his film debut in Roadhouse Nights (1930) and over the next 30 years brightened many films and musicals with his gravelly voice, malapropisms, and warmhearted buffoonery. Nicknamed "Schnozzola" for his large nose, he is remembered for ending his many radio and television programs with the line "Goodnight, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are
Jimmy Hoffa
the president of the Teamsters, a powerful trade union in the US, who was put in prison in 1967 for financial crimes. He left prison in 1971, but disappeared in 1975 and many people believe that he was murdered, though his body was never found (1913?-1975). orig. James Riddle Hoffa born Feb. 14, 1913, Brazil, Ind., U.S. disappeared July 30, 1975, Bloomfield Hills, near Detroit, Mich. U.S. labour leader. He moved with his family to Detroit in 1924, left school at 14, and began work as a stockboy and warehouseman. He became a labour organizer in the 1930s, rising in the Teamsters Union during the next two decades until he reached the office of president, which he held from 1957 to 1971. Known throughout the trucking industry as a tough bargainer, he played a key role in forging the first national freight-hauling agreement and helped make the Teamsters the largest labour union in the U.S. Long associated with underworld figures, he was sent to prison in 1967 for jury tampering, fraud, and conspiracy; his sentence was commuted by Pres. Richard Nixon in 1971. In 1975 he disappeared from a restaurant near Detroit; he is believed to have been murdered to prevent his retaking control of the union. His son, James Riddle Hoffa, Jr. (b. 1941), was elected president of the Teamsters in 1999
Jimmy McHugh
orig. James Francis McHugh born July 10, 1894, Boston, Mass., U.S. died May 23, 1969, Beverly Hills, Calif. U.S. song composer. McHugh became a Tin Pan Alley song plugger and began writing songs for Broadway and Cotton Club revues. His extensive work for Broadway and Hollywood included collaborations with Frank Loesser, Johnny Mercer, and especially Dorothy Fields, with whom he wrote "I Can't Give You Anything but Love" and "On the Sunny Side of the Street
Jimmy Rushing
orig. James Andrew Rushing born Aug. 26, 1903, Oklahoma City, Okla., U.S. died June 8, 1972, New York, N.Y. U.S. blues and jazz singer. Rushing joined Count Basie's first group in 1935, gaining exposure through many recordings, and remained until 1950. He thereafter led his own small groups or worked with the bands of Benny Goodman, Buck Clayton, and occasionally Basie. Rushing's full tenor voice, although associated with the blues-based repertoire of the Basie period, was also well suited to popular songs and ballads
Jimmy Van Heusen
v. orig. Edward Chester Babcock born Jan. 26, 1913, Syracuse, N.Y., U.S. died Feb. 7, 1990, Rancho Mirage, Calif. U.S. songwriter. He began working in radio in his teens. In the early 1930s he worked in Tin Pan Alley and later collaborated on songs such as "Darn That Dream" and "Polka Dots and Moonbeams." With Johnny Burke he wrote the songs for 23 Bing Crosby films. In 1954 he began collaborating with Sammy Cahn. He composed 76 songs for his friend Frank Sinatra, including "The Tender Trap" and "Come Fly with Me," and won Academy Awards for "Swinging on a Star," "All the Way," "High Hopes," and "Call Me Irresponsible
jemmy
spruce
jemmy
An immigrant
jemmy
A baked sheep’s head
jimmies
plural form of jimmy
jimmies
Third person of to jimmy; to pry open or otherwise bypass a lock
jemmies
plural of jemmy
jemmy
A baked sheep's head
jemmy
a short crowbar; "in England they call a jimmy and jemmy"
jemmy
A crowbar, particularly one used by burglars. (US: jimmy)
jemmy
{f} open using a crowbar, break in with the help of a jemmy
jemmy
A short crowbar
jemmy
{i} type of crowbar, tool used to force open doors or windows (also jimmy)
jemmy
jimmy jemmies a short strong metal bar used especially by thieves to break open locked doors, windows etc
jimmied
past of jimmy
jimmies
Small sugary (often chocolate) sprinkles used as a topping for ice cream, cookies, or cupcakes
jimmies
ice cream
jimmies
bits of sweet chocolate used as a topping on e
jimmies
{i} small bits of chocolate or candy that are used as a topping on ice cream; sprinkle
jimmies
plural of jimmy
jimmy