knuckle

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bilek eklemi (hayvan)
parmağın oynak yeri
düğüm
eklem

Tom eklemlerini kütürdetti. - Tom cracked his knuckles.

Mary eklemlerini çatlattığında Tom sevmez. - Tom doesn't like it when Mary cracks her knuckles.

parmağın oynak yerleri ile vurmak
koyun budunun diz tarafı
(çoğ.) muşta
menteşe
dört ayaklı hayvanlarda ayak mafsalı
knuckle down işe koyulmak
knucklebones ç
muşta
{i} boğum
parmağın oynak yeri boğum
boyun eğmek
parmak eklemi
bilek eklemi
knuckle down
teslim olmak
knuckle cracking
Parmak çıtlatma
knuckle under
{f} teslim olmak
knuckle under
{f} boyun eğmek
knuckle down
odaklanmak
knuckle down
girişmek
knuckle down
başlamak
knuckle down
(deyim) bir baltaya sap olmak
knuckle down to
(deyim) işe koyulmak
knuckle joint press
(Mekanik) mafsallı pres
knuckle under
yelkenleri suya indirmek
knuckle down
işe koyulmak
knuckle down
başla
knuckle joint
parmağın oynak yeri
knuckle pin
mafsal pimi
knuckle thread
yuvarlak vida dişi
knuckle under
teslim ol
knuckle-duster
demir muşta
knuckle down?
pes etmek?
knuckle duster
knuckle silgi
knuckle duster
demir muşta
knuckle sandwich
Ağıza doğru vurulan yumruk
knuckle down
boyun eğmek
knuckle down to
girişmek
knuckle down to
(Fiili Deyim ) teslim olmak , işi uzatmamak , pes etmek
knuckle down to
başlamak
knuckle ring
(Otomotiv) rotil bileziği
knuckle ring
(Otomotiv) aks taşıyıcı bileziği
knuckle under
{f} pes etmek
crack knuckle
Parmak çıtlatmak
knuckle down
pes etmek
knuckle down
sıkı çalışmak
steering knuckle
aks başı
near the knuckle
açık saçık
near the knuckle
yakası açılmadık
bare knuckle
çıplak boğum
moose knuckle
Erkek cinsel organının giysi üzerinden görünen hatları
steering knuckle
direksiyon mafsalı, perno mafsalı
steering knuckle arm
direksiyon mafsal kolu
white knuckle
beyaz boğum
white-knuckle
beyaz boğum
near the knuckle
münasebetsiz
near the knuckle
yerinde olmayan
İngilizce - İngilizce
A cut of meat
The curved part of the cushion at the entrance to the pockets on a cue sports table
Any of the joints between the phalanges of the fingers
A mechanical joint
To apply pressure, or rub or massage with one's knuckles

He knuckled the sleep from his eyes.

{n} a joint of the fingers, knee, knot
{v} to submit, yield, bend, comply
a joint of a finger when the fist is closed
To yield; to submit; used with down, to, or under
The joint of a plant
The joint of a finger, particularly when made prominent by the closing of the fingers
The joining parts of a hinge through which the pin or rivet passes; a knuckle joint
The selvage obtained by interlocking adjacent pairs of wire ends and bending the wire back into a loop
By extension of (1) a mechanical joint
A contrivance, usually of brass or iron, and furnished with points, worn to protect the hand, to add force to a blow, and to disfigure the person struck; as, brass knuckles; called also knuckle duster
A steering knuckle; a front suspension part that acts as a hinge to support a front wheel and permit it to be turned to steer the vehicle
shoot a marble while keeping one's knuckles on the ground
The enlarged part of a hinge into which the pin is inserted
a joint of a finger when the fist is closed shoot a marble while keeping one's knuckles on the ground press or rub with the knuckles
an appliance forming a part of the anchorage of a suspension bridge main suspension member permitting movement of the anchorage chain
A convex portion of a vessel's figure where a sudden change of shape occurs, as in a canal boat, where a nearly vertical side joins a nearly flat bottom
Your knuckles are the rounded pieces of bone that form lumps on your hands where your fingers join your hands, and where your fingers bend. Brenda's knuckles were white as she gripped the arms of the chair. a rap on the knuckles: see rap. knuckle down to suddenly start working or studying hard = get down to
Carving on the outside end of chair arms Often seen in Chippendale and Windsor styles
The kneejoint, or middle joint, of either leg of a quadruped, especially of a calf; formerly used of the kneejoint of a human being
To beat with the knuckles; to pommel
part of the anchorage of a main suspension member that permits the anchorage chain-free, longitudinal movement in changing direction and provides for elastic deformations caused by temperature changes and the pull of the suspension member
{f} press or rub with the knuckles; shoot a marble by flicking the thumb over the bent forefinger (in the game of marbles)
Any of the joints between the bones of the fingers
{i} finger joint; rounded protuberance formed by the finger joint; cut of meat formed by the parts around the carpal or tarsal joint; part of the hinge into which the pin is inserted
press or rub with the knuckles
knuckle down
To get to work; to focus on a task

You should knuckle down and do your homework!.

knuckle dragger
A large, strong, and rather dimwitted person

Mickey was wide receiver on the St. Rita Football Team in 2007—a big strapping, robust south side knuckle dragger and chick magnet.

knuckle duster
A weapon made of metal worn around the knuckles that strengthens the impact of a punch; brass knuckles
knuckle dusters
plural form of knuckle duster
knuckle sandwich
A punch to the face, especially to the mouth

Rather than an embrace, the Babe would most assuredly like to have given a knuckle sandwich to the executives of that candy corps. Or hit them over the head with his 42-ounce bat.

knuckle under
To yield or cooperate when pressured or forced to do so

Nothing shall induce me! he said. . . . The man is a ruffian. I won't knuckle under to him!.

knuckle-dragger
Alternative spelling of knuckle dragger
knuckle-dragging
Holding beliefs, or having attitudes thought to be primitive or uncivilised; hence apelike
knuckle-duster
Alternative spelling of knuckle duster
knuckle bone
any of the bones which form knuckles (in the fingers)
knuckle down
If someone knuckles down, they begin to work or study very hard, especially after a period when they have done very little work. The only thing to do was knuckle down and get on with some serious hard work He managed to knuckle down to his lessons long enough to pass his examination. = buckle down
knuckle down
work very hard, like a slave
knuckle down to work
begin to work energetically, start working hard
knuckle duster
brass knuckles, type of metallic weapons worn on the hand to cause injury when punching
knuckle joint
A hinged joint in which a pin fastens the ends of two rods, one of which has an eye that fits between the two perforated projections of the other
knuckle joint
a joint allowing movement in one plane only
knuckle sandwich
{i} blow or punch to the mouth; punch in the teeth (e.g.: "I asked you to stop bothering me, are you looking for a knuckle sandwich?")
knuckle sandwich
A punch in the mouth
knuckle under
{f} surrender, give in
knuckle under
If you knuckle under, you do what someone else tells you to do or what a situation forces you to do, because you realize that you have no choice. It is arguable whether the rebels will knuckle under The United States, he said, did not knuckle under to demands. = give in, buckle under
knuckle-bone
{i} bone in the finger, bone in the toe
knuckle-dragger
a man who is stupid
knuckle-duster
A knuckle-duster is a piece of metal that is designed to be worn on the back of a person's hand as a weapon, so that if they hit someone they will hurt them badly. a piece of metal that covers all the knuckles of the hand, used as a weapon
Knuckles
A nickname for a man employed for his fistfighting skill
fuck knuckle
Alternative spelling of fuck-knuckle

He still wondered who the fuck knuckle was who made them do that and who purchased the stupid fucking things.

fuck-knuckle
An Australian Slang term for idiots

Right fuck-knuckle, get into those dixies over there,’ ordered the crazy-eyed shit posing as a cook, but more closely resembling a human hog.

knuckled
Involving a certain type of knuckles
knuckled
Simple past tense and past participle of knuckle
knuckles
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of knuckle
knuckles
plural form of knuckle
moose knuckle
The ball joint of the humerus in a moose's skeleton
moose knuckle
The shape that is noticeable when tight-fitting clothing wedges between a woman's labia
moose knuckle
The noticeable shape of a man's penis when he is wearing tight clothes
near the knuckle
Risqué, sexual, suggestive of impropriety

It's raw, this kind of work, and near the knuckle: unsupported by music, lighting, video screen, it's just you and them, you and them and the dead,.

white knuckle ride
Alternative spelling of white-knuckle ride
white-knuckle
Causing fear, excitement, apprehension, suspense, or nervousness

BP said its capped-off well appeared to be holding steady Friday morning, almost midway into a white-knuckle waiting period in which engineers watched the pressure gauges for signs of a leak.

white-knuckle ride
Any extremely exciting or nerve-wracking experience

They must be insane to think Judy Finnegan would retire from the daily white-knuckle ride that is live television with Richard Madeley.

white-knuckle ride
An extremely exciting ride at an amusement park, etc., where one's hands grip on so tightly that the knuckles appear white

A newly-devised ‘white-knuckle’ ride in a funfair was named ‘the Braveheart ride’.

knuckled
{a} having knuckles, jointed, hard
moose knuckle
Moose knuckle is a slang term that refers to the outline of a man's penis when seen through tight, form-fitting clothes
Knuckles
A character in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game
knuckled
Jointed
knuckles
Lumpy protrusions on the edges, and sometimes the underside, of a thunderstorm anvil They usually appear on the upwind side of a back-sheared anvil, and indicate rapid expansion of the anvil due to the presence of a very strong updraft They are not mammatus clouds
knuckles
[Slang], lumpy protrusions on the edges, and sometimes the underside, of a thunderstorm anvil They usually appear on the upwind side of a back-sheared anvil, and indicate rapid expansion of the anvil due to the presence of a very strong updraft They are not mammatus clouds See also cumuliform anvil, anvil rollover
knuckles
part of a woven screen mesh where the threads intersect and overlap
knuckles
plural of knuckle
knuckles
{i} small metallic weapon that is worn over the knuckles on the back of the hand; knuckle duster, brass knuckles
knuckles
a small metal weapon; worn over the knuckles on the back of the hand
white-knuckle
In a fairground, a white-knuckle ride is any large machine that people ride on which is very exciting but also frightening. white-knuckle rides such as the rollercoaster
white-knuckle
A white-knuckle experience is something that you find very exciting but also very frightening. a hellish white-knuckle ride through the heavy London traffic. a white-knuckle ride at a fairground makes you feel excited and afraid at the same time
white-knuckle flyer
{i} (Slang) person who is anxious and agitated about flying
knuckle