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İngilizce - Türkçe
(isim) sürme
put kohl on
rastık çekmek
tinge with kohl
sürmelemek (göz)
tinge with kohl
sürme çekmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
A dark powder (stibnite) used as eye makeup, especially in Eastern countries
{i} family name; Helmut Kohl (born 1930), Chancellor of Germany (1982-1998)
Black eyeliner
(pref ) Usage Note: Forms the past perfect tense of a verb (i e I had been)
{i} powder which is used to darken the eyelids (eyebrows, etc.)
Black eye makeup worn by Egyptian men, women, and children The kohl came from a substance known as galena, also known to protect against eye infections As well as helping to cut down the glare of the Egyptian sun Another color used was green which came from malachite
A mixture of soot and other ingredients, used by Egyptian and other Eastern women to darken the edges of the eyelids
A mixture of ground galena (a black mineral), sulphur and animal fat that was used as eye make-up It also alleviated eye inflammations and protected the eyes from the glare of the sun
Kohl is a cosmetic used to make a dark line along the edges of someone's eyelids. German politician elected chancellor of West Germany in 1982 and of Germany in 1990, serving until 1998. A chief architect of the European Union and single currency plan, he is best known for overseeing Germany's reunification process. a black pencil used around women's eyes to make them more attractive (kuhl)
a cosmetic preparation used by women in Egypt and Arabia to darken the edges of their eyelids
Helmut Kohl
born April 3, 1930, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Ger. Chancellor of West Germany (1982-90) and of reunified Germany (1990-98). After earning a doctorate at the University of Heidelberg, he was elected to the Rhineland-Palatinate legislature and became the state's minister president (1969). In 1973 he was elected chair of the Christian Democratic Union, and in 1982 he became Germany's chancellor. Kohl's centrist policies included modest cuts in government spending and strong support for West German commitments to NATO. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Kohl concluded a treaty with East Germany that unified the two countries' economic systems. Absorption of the moribund East German economy proved difficult, and Kohl's government had to increase taxes and cut government spending after unification. In 1998 his coalition government with the Free Democratic Party was defeated by the Social Democrats under Gerhard Schröder. Revelations of serious financial irregularities during Kohl's chancellorship soon emerged, tainting his reputation and weakening his party
Helmut Kohl
(born 1930) German chancellor (1982-1998)

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    /ˈkōl/ /ˈkoʊl/


    [ 'kOl ] (noun.) 1799. From Arabic كحل (kuḥl). From Egyptian, Coptic, smet-t. Compare alcohol.

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