knife

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bıçak

O, bıçakla parmağını kesti. - He cut his finger with the knife.

O bir bıçak değildir, BU bir bıçaktır. - That's not a knife. THIS is a knife.

tığ
bıçaklamak
{f} kes

Tom paslı bir bıçakla elini kesti. - Tom cut his hand with a rusty knife.

Peyniri bıçakla kesmek kolaydır. - It's easy to cut cheese with a knife.

bıçak,v.kes: n.bıçak
makina bıçağı
ABD
(isim) bıçak
bıçakla karıştırıp hazırlamak bıçaklamak
knife rest sofrada üzerine et bıçağı konulan koyacak
{f} argo arkadan vurmak
slang arkadan vurmak
{f} bıçakla kesmek

Peyniri bıçakla kesmek kolaydır. - It's easy to cut cheese with a knife.

{f} arkadan vurmak
knife grinder bıçak bileyici
{f} kesmek

Ekmeği kesmek için kullandığımız bıçak keskindi. - The knife we used to cut the bread with was sharp.

Peyniri bıçakla kesmek kolaydır. - It's easy to cut cheese with a knife.

{i} (çoğ. knives) bıçak, çakı
kalem

Bir bıçakla kalemi yonttum. - I sharpened a pencil with a knife.

Kurşun kalemimi keskinleştirmek için bir bıçak istiyorum. - I want a knife to sharpen my pencil with.

bicade
knife advance
bıçak ilerletme
knife blade
bıçak ağzı
knife carrier
bıçak zarfı
knife grinder
çarkçı
knife sharpener
bileği
knife sharpener
bıçak bileyici alet
knife sharpener
(Gıda) masat
knife sharpener
bıçak bileyici
knife edge
bıçak ağzı
knife grinder
bıçak bileyici
knife sharpener
bıçak bileyicisi
knife tool
torna kalem takımı
knife boy
sürekli bıçakla oynayan çocuk
knife cut
bıçak kesmek
knife hand
bıçak el
knife switch
bıçak şalter
knife thrower
bıçak atıcı
knife-edge
Bıçak ağzı
knife-edge
Bıçak sırtı
knife-edge
Gergin ve tehlikeli
knife braker
(Askeri) bıçaklı sigorta
knife clamp
bıçak flanşı
knife drum
çubuk doğrama tamburu
knife edge file
bıçak ağızlı eğe
knife edged
bıçak ağzı gibi
knife feed
bıçak ilerletme
knife fight
bıçaklı kavga
knife fight
bıçak düellosu
knife grinder
bileyici
knife grinder
bileği taşı
knife gripper
kıyım makinesi kapağı
knife key
bıçak anahtarı
knife mat
bıçak örtüsü
knife rest
(Askeri) KİRPİ: Yollarda ve icabında hemen kaldırılabilecek engele ihtiyaç görülen yerlerde, bir barikat olarak kullanılan, dikenli telle sarılmış tahta veya metal portatif çerçeve. Metal çerçevelisi, kıyı savunmalarında bir su altı engeli olarak kullanılabilir
knife switch
bıçaklı komütatör
knife switch
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bıçaklı anahtar
knife switch
(Elektrik, Elektronik) bıçaklı şalter
knife tool
kesici aygıtlar
knife wound
bıçak yarası
knives
bıçak

Lütfen çocukların bıçaklarla oynamasına izin vermeyin. - Please don't let the children play with knives.

Lütfen çocukların bıçaklarla oynamasına izin vermeyin. - Please don't allow the children to play with knives.

knives
i., çoğ., bak. knife
knives
bıçaklar

Çocukları bıçaklardan uzak tutun. - Keep the children away from the knives.

Lütfen çocukların bıçaklarla oynamasına izin vermeyin. - Please don't allow the children to play with knives.

joint knife
(Silahlar) Daha çok kartonpiyer işi için kullanılan küçük ağızlı bir tür spatula
taping knife
(Silahlar) Daha çok kartonpiyer işi için kullanılan geniş ağızlı bir tür spatula
clasp knife
büyük çakı
cutoff knife
doğrama bıçağı
doctor knife
rakle
doctor knife
(Teknik,Tekstil) sıyırma bıçağı
drawing knife
iki saplı bıçak
flick knife
sustalı çakı
get one's knife into
bıçaklamak
go under the knife
(deyim) bıçak altına yatmak
hunter knife
(Gıda) avcı bıçağı
hunting knife
avlamak
stripping knife
rakle
utility knife
maket bıçağı
beet knife
pancar bıçağı
bolt knife
mücellit bıçağı
bowie knife
uzun ve eğri bıçak
bread knife
ekmek bıçağı
budding knife
aşı bıçağı
butcher knife
kasap bıçağı

Tom çekmeceden bir kasap bıçağı çıkardı. - Tom took a butcher knife out of the drawer.

butter knife
tereyağı bıçağı
carving knife
oymacılık bıçağı

Bu oymacılık bıçağı, ünlü bir demirci tarafından yapılmış bir bıçaktır. - This carving knife ... it's one made by a famous swordsmith.

case knife
kını içinde taşınan bıçak
chopping knife
et baltası
clasp knife
sustalı çakı
doctor knife
rakle bıçağı
drawing knife
ağaç bıçağı
fruit knife
meyve bıçağı
get one's knife into
diş bilemek
glazing knife
ıspatula
grafting knife
aşı bıçağı
have one's knife in sb
diş bilemek
hook knife
bahçıvan çakısı
hunting knife
av bıçağı

Tom sağ elinde büyük bir av bıçağı var. - Tom has a large hunting knife in his right hand.

Tom arabasının bagajında bir av bıçağı bulundurur. - Tom keeps a hunting knife in the trunk of his car.

jack knife
büyük çakı
on the knife-edge
bıçak sırtında
palette knife
palet bıçağı
paring knife
soyma bıçağı
paring knife
patates soyma bıçağı
pocket knife
çakı
pruning knife
budama bıçağı
putty knife
macun bıçağı
putty knife
ıspatula
surgical knife
cerrah bıçağı
table knife
sofra bıçağı
turn the knife
yarayı deşmek
twist the knife
yarayı deşmek
velvet knife
kadife bıçağı
boning knife
bıçak Sıyırma
bowie knife
bowie bıçak
brain knife
beyin bıçak
buck knife
Sustalı bıçak
craft knife
zanaat bıçak
dagger knife
hançer bıçak
doctor blade, knife
rakle bıçağı, sıyırma bıçağı
drawing knife
iki saplı bıçak, ağaç bıçağı
go under the knife
ameliyat olmak
hay knife
hay bıçak
hay knife
Biçki; ot biçmekte kullanılan bir tür bıçak
he draw his knife on me
O bana bıçağıyla çizmek
kitchen knife
mutfak bıçağı
knifes
bıçaklar
like a knife through butter
(hot) tereyağından kıl çeker gibi
on knife's/razor's edge
bıçak's / bıçak sırtında
pallete knife
boya spatulasi
paring knife
patates soyma bçağı
punch knife
delgi bıçağı
ridge knife
çatı biçiminde uçları olan bıçak
serrated knife
tırtıklı bıçak
snip, chop, knife, hew, hack
makasla kesme,,,, kesmek yontmak bıçak chop
spalding knife
bıçak Spalding
take knife
harekete geçmek
Shearing knife
(Tekstil) Kesme bıçağı
a knife
bıçak ağzı the sharp edge of
band knife
(Tekstil) bant bıçağı
beer's knife
(Tıp) Katarakt ameliyatlarında, lensin çıkarılması amacıyla korneaya insizyon yapılması için kullanılan, ince ve üçgen şeklinde kesici kısmı olan alet
circular knife
(Tekstil) yuvarlak bıçak
diving knife
(Askeri) dalış bıçağı
floating knife
(Tekstil) havada rakle
hook knife
eğri çakı
hooked knife
(Tekstil) kancalı bıçak
knifing
{i} bıçak dövüşü
knifing
{i} bıçaklı dövüş
on a knife edge
gergin
paint knife
(Sanat) boya malası
palette knife
palet spatulası
paper knife
mektup açacağı
paring knife
budama bıçağı
paring knife
meyve bıçağı
plane knife
planya tığı
plane knife
rende tığı
pull (out) a knife
bıçak çekmek
scraping knife
(Tekstil) rakla bıçağı, sıyırma bıçağı
skep knife
(Arılık) sepet bıçağı
splice knife
ekleme bıçağı
switchblade knife
sustalı bıçak
under the knife
{k} (deyim) ameliyat olma,bicak altinda yatma
İngilizce - İngilizce
To positively ignore, especially in order to denigrate. compare cut
To betray, especially in the context of a political slate
To cut with a knife
Any blade-like part in a tool or a machine designed for cutting, such as the knives for a chipper
To cut through as if with a knife
A weapon designed with the aforementioned specifications intended for slashing and/or stabbing and too short to be called a sword. A dagger
A utensil or a tool designed for cutting, consisting of a flat piece of hard material, usually steel or other metal (the blade), usually sharpened on one edge, attached to a handle. The blade may be pointed for piercing
To use a knife to injure or kill by stabbing, slashing, or otherwise using the sharp edge of the knife as a weapon
{n} knives, a steel, utensil to cut with
  A sixth level spell that creates any kind of knife (that is shorter than a short sword)
An instrument consisting of a thin blade, usually of steel and having a sharp edge for cutting, fastened to a handle, but of many different forms and names for different uses; as, table knife, drawing knife, putty knife, pallet knife, pocketknife, penknife, chopping knife, etc
el cuchillo
To positively ignore, especially in order to denigrate. cf cut
{i} tool with a thin sharp blade that is used for cutting
Fig
A tool which was flaked to form one or more elongate cutting edges
a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
meet
knives is the plural form of the noun and knifes is the third person singular of the present tense of the verb
To prune with the knife
Any of a variety of chipped stone cutting tools Many were hafted
sikkiyn
If you have been in a place where there was a very tense atmosphere, you can say that you could have cut the atmosphere with a knife
If you twist the knife or if you turn the knife in someone's wound, you do or say something to make an unpleasant situation they are in even more unpleasant. Travis twisted the knife by laughing at her. to put a knife into someone's body = stab
The one iron The toughest club to hit If you carry a 'knife in your bag, you're either a real player or a phony who wants to look like a real player A few swings with the knife will reveal the true you Lee Trevino advises golfers caught in a lightning storm to hold their one irons aloft because "even God can't hit a one iron "
in politics; to vote or work secretly against (a candidate of one's own party)
Noun: The part of a serger which cuts the edge of the fabric as it passes through to the needle
To stab in the back; to try to defeat by underhand means, esp
A sword or dagger
is the emblem borne by St Agatha, St Albert, and St Christina The flaying knife is the emblem of St Bartholomew, because he was flayed A sacrificing knife is borne in Christian art by St Zadkiel, the angel The knife of academic knots Chrysippos, so called because he was the keenest disputant of his age (B C 280-207) War to the knife Deadly strife
use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death"
If a lot of people want something unpleasant to happen to someone, for example if they want them to lose their job, you can say that the knives are out for that person. The Party knives are out for the leader
any long thin projection that is transient; "tongues of flame licked at the walls"; "rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
n pisau
A surgeon's knife is a piece of equipment used to cut flesh and organs during operations. It is made of metal and has a very thin sharp edge. = scalpel If you go under the knife, you have an operation in a hospital. Kelly was about to go under the knife when her surgeon stopped everything. see also carving knife, fish knife, flick knife, palette knife, paper knife, pocket knife, Stanley knife
edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death
To cut or stab with a knife
Any flint, stone, or other tool with a sharp edge for cutting
A knife is a tool for cutting or a weapon and consists of a flat piece of metal with a sharp edge on the end of a handle. a knife and fork Two robbers broke into her home, held a knife to her throat and stole her savings
If someone does something like a knife through butter or like a hot knife through butter, they do it very easily. Spending by Japanese companies has left them more competitive than companies in other nations. They will be cutting through the competition like a hot knife through butter
To knife someone means to attack and injure them with a knife. Dawson takes revenge on the man by knifing him to death
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kouto
edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
{f} cut or stab with a knife; cut through as with a knife, move through as with a knife
knife pleat
A type of sharply pressed pleating, especially in a skirt or kilt, in which all of the folds are turned in one direction, with each pleat being three (3) layers of fabric thick
knife rest
A piece of kitchenware for resting a used knife without touching the table
Knife River
A river, about 265 km (165 mi) long, of west-central North Dakota flowing east to the Missouri River
knife and fork
hearty eater
knife blade
the blade of a knife
knife edge
the sharp cutting side of the blade of a knife
knife edge
blade of a knife, sharp side of a knife
knife fight
fighting with knives
knife pleat
a single pleat turned in one direction
knife switch
A switch consisting of one or more knifelike pieces hinged at one end and making contact near the other with flat gripping springs
knife-drawing
pulling out of knives, use of knives for violent activity
knife-edge
a narrow boundary; "he lived on a knife-edge between genius and insanity"
knife-edge
a narrow boundary; "he lived on a knife-edge between genius and insanity
knife-edge
To be on a knife-edge means to be in a situation in which nobody knows what is going to happen next, or in which one thing is just as likely to happen as another. The game is poised on a knife-edge. One mistake or one piece of good luck could decide it
knife-edge
You can use knife-edge to refer to something that is very exciting or tense because you do not know what is going to happen next. Tonight's knife-edge vote could be uncomfortably close
knife-grinder
device which sharpens knives; person who sharpens knives
Bowie knife
A large sheath knife
Stanley knife
A utility knife, originally one made by Stanley Works
Swiss Army knife
A brand of multi-function pocket knife or multitool, having a blade and various tools, such as screwdrivers and can openers
boot knife
A knife that is carried inside a sheath in or attached to a boot. Usually having a fixed double edged blade
bread knife
A knife, with a serrated edge, designed to cut bread; sometimes slots into a bread board
bring a knife to a gunfight
To enter into a confrontation or other challenging situation without being adequately equipped or prepared

e can shoot down missiles. . . . Our Kingfisher sonars can detect mines. . . . Our ships are hardened against chemical and biological weapons. But how do you stop a torpedo? . . . The best engineers in the business agree that nearly every class of torpedo currently being deployed has the capacity to sink one of our ships with a single shot. . . . e are the poor bastards that brought a knife to a gunfight.

butcher knife
Alternative spelling of butchers' knife
butcher's knife
Alternative spelling of butchers' knife
butchers knife
Alternative spelling of butchers' knife
butchers' knife
A large, sharp knife, used by the butcher for hacking meats

He came after me with a butchers' knife.

butter knife
A sharp-pointed, dull edged knife, often with a sabre shape, used only to serve out pats of butter from a central butter dish to individual diners' plates
carving knife
A large knife designed for cutting cooked turkey and similar dishes
catch a falling knife
To buy an instrument whose price is falling rapidly

Buying that stock now would be catching a falling knife. Wait until you see capitulation.

clasp-knife
a knife with a folding blade or blades
clicking knife
A small knife, with a thin, flexible blade, used by clickers to cut leather
cut like a knife
To be very sharp (of a character, or remark)
cut like a knife
To sting severely, to cause a sensation of stinging, especially said of cold weather

To my small hands, the bitter wind cuts like a knife, freezing my fingers and numbing my circulation.''.

diving knife
a type of knife
falling knife
A stock whose price has dropped rapidly
fish-knife
A table knife with spatula-shaped blade designed for eating fish
fish-knife
A knife for cutting and serving fish at table
flick knife
A type of knife which has the blade mounted on a pivot so that it can fold back sideways into the handle when not in use, but can flick out straight, usually with a spring-loaded mechanism, when required. Such a knife is almost always used as a weapon
flick-knife
Alternative spelling of flick knife
folding knife
A class of knives in which the blade or multiple blades can be folded inside the handle
gamma knife
a machine that produces and focuses beams of gamma-rays at a specific location in the body, used to burn-up diseased tissues
hunting knife
A large knife designed for use in hunting animals, usually with a smooth front edge and a back edge that is partially serrated for sawing

I had had to discard my rifle before I commenced the rapid descent of the cliff, so that now I was armed only with a hunting knife, and this I whipped from its scabbard as Kho leaped toward me.

jack-knife
A semi-trailer truck accident in which the vehicle mimics the closing of a jack-knife

I have seen several jack-knives along that dangerous stretch of road.

jack-knife
A compact folding knife

He kept a jack-knife in his pocket for various tasks.

jack-knife
To cause a semi-trailer truck to fold like a jackknife in a traffic accident

Before I knew what was happening, I'd jack-knifed like nobody's business.

jack-knife
Alternative spelling of jackknife
jack-knife
To fold in the middle, as a jackknife does

The cat jackknifed in the air and landed gracefully on its feet.

jack-knife
The front-dive pike, in which the body folds and unfolds

It took me hundreds of dives to master even the simple jackknife.

knifing
Present participle of knife
molecular knife
an enzyme capable of removing specific genes from a sequence of DNA, especially to disable the replication of a virus
not the sharpest knife in the drawer
One who is deficient in intelligence; a dimwit

man who has lost every dollar he ever won–somewhere north of $US300 million ($370 million)–and done three years for rape is possibly not the sharpest knife in the drawer, nor the most likeable.

palette knife
In painting, a small, edge-less, more or less flexible steel blade used to mix paint on a palette and sometimes to apply paint to a surface
paring knife
A thin-bladed knife intended for coring and paring (peeling) fruit such as apples
radio knife
a surgical instrument that uses a high-frequency electric arc to cut through or cut away tissue and at the same time sterilize the edges of the wound and seal cut blood vessels
sheath knife
A knife with a fixed blade that fits in a sheath to protect the knife and its owner
steak knife
A knife with a sharp, narrow, and serrated blade designed for cutting tougher foods such as cooked meats
survival knife
a knife used for chipping
take a knife to a gunfight
Alternative form of bring a knife to a gunfight
tanto knife
a speciality knife
under the knife
Into surgery

I don't want to go under the knife again. I had 10 surgeries as a player and many more since, Dykstra said.

under the knife
Undergoing a surgical procedure

Rumor that De Gaulle was under the knife sped through Paris. . . . Finally, at 7:15 p.m., a bulletin signed by three doctors said that De Gaulle had been operated on that morning.

utility knife
A cutting tool that has an interchangeable blade that retracts into the handle
Stanley knife
{i} metal or plastic flat knife with retractable blades, box cutter knife
chopping knife
{n} a knife to cut or mince meat
go under the knife
have surgery
go under the knife
having surgery
hay knife
A sharp instrument used in cutting hay out of a stack or mow
jack knife
(noun) a knife with a blade that folds into its handle
jack knife
(noun) a dive in which you bend at the waist when you are in the air
jack knife
(verb) if a large vehicle with two parts jack-knifes, it slides out of control and the back part swings towards the front part. "The truck skidded on the ice and jack-knifed."
A knife
chiv
A knife
shive
A knife
cuttle
Batangas knife
{i} butterfly knife, Balisong, Philippine folding pocket knife with a blade and two moveable half handles
Stanley knife
A Stanley knife is a very sharp knife that is used to cut materials such as carpet and paper. It consists of a small blade fixed in the end of a handle. a very sharp knife with a small triangular blade that you use in activities such as decorating and woodwork American Equivalent: exacto knife
blunt knife
dull knife, knife which is not sharp
bowie knife
It was named from its inventor, Colonel James Bowie
bowie knife
Also, by extension, any large sheath knife
box cutter knife
{i} metal or plastic flat knife with retractable blades, Stanley knife
butcher knife
A heavy-duty knife with a broad sharp blade used for cutting meat
butcher knife
special large knife used by a butcher for cutting meat
carving knife
a large knife used to carve cooked meat
case knife
A proteid substance present in both the animal and the vegetable kingdom
cheese knife
type of knife specially designed for cutting cheese
craft knife
craft knives a very sharp knife used for cutting paper, thin wood etc
drawing knife
A tool used for the purpose of making an incision along the path a saw is to follow, to prevent it from tearing the surface of the wood
fish knife
a small table knife with a spatula blade used for eating fish
flick knife
a knife with a blade inside the handle that moves quickly into position when you press a button American Equivalent: switchblade
flick-knife
A flick-knife is a knife with a blade in the handle that springs out when a button is pressed
folding pocket-knife
penknife that can be folded shut for safe and compact storage
fruit knife
small sharp knife for peeling and cutting fruit
get one's knife into
cut, operate; insert a knife into
hunting knife
knife used to skin and cut up game
jack-knife
If a truck that is in two parts jack-knifes, the back part swings around at a sharp angle to the front part in an uncontrolled way as the truck is moving. His vehicle jack-knifed, and crashed across all three lanes of the opposite carriageway. if a large vehicle with two parts jack-knifes, it slides out of control and the back part swings towards the front part
knifed
past of knife
knifer
{i} one who stabs with a knife; one who cuts with a knife
knifes
third-person singular of knife
knifing
An instance of stabbing with a knife
knifing
A knifing is an incident in which someone is attacked and injured with a knife. see also knife = stabbing
knifing
{i} act of cutting or stabbing with a knife
knives
Plural of knife
knives
Knives is the plural of knife. Plural of knife. the plural of knife
knives
of Knife
palette knife
An artist's knife with a thin, dull, flexible blade, used for mixing, scrapping or applying paint It can be made of plastic or metal
paring knife
a small sharp knife used in paring fruits or vegetables
pocket knife
small knife with blades that can be folded into the handle
putty knife
A tool having a flat flexible blade, used for scraping and applying putty
sheath knife
A knife that has a fixed blade and fits into a sheath. a knife with a fixed blade that is carried in a sheath
spalding knife
A spalting knife
spalting knife
A knife used in splitting codfish
steak knife
A table knife with a sharp, usually serrated steel blade
war to the knife
total war, all-out war
you could cut it with a knife
very uncomfortable atmosphere, very tense atmosphere, extremely tense tension in a room; something very thick (hot and humid air, heavy accent)
knife

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    nayf

    Telaffuz

    /ˈnīf/ /ˈnaɪf/

    Etimoloji

    [ nIf ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English knif, from Old English cnīf,From Merriam-Webster's Dictionary's entry on "knife": http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/knife from Proto-Germanic *knībaz (compare obsolete Dutch knijf, German dialect Kneif 'shoemaker's knife', Swedish kniv), from *knīpanan 'to pinch' (compare Dutch knijpen, German kneifen, Norwegian dialect knīpa), from Proto-Indo-European *gneibh (compare Lithuanian gnýbti, žnýbti 'to pinch').

    Zamanlar

    knifes, knifing, knifed

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    knife edge

    Günün kelimesi

    heterodox