leathering

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dayak atma
kayışla dövme
leather
(Mühendislik) deri

Dükkân deri ürünler getirdi. - The shop carried leather goods.

Ayakkabılar, deriye benzeyen yumuşak bir malzemeden yapıldı. - The shoes were made of some soft stuff that looked like leather.

leather
kösele ile kaplamak
leather
{i} futbol topu

O futbol topu gerçek deriden imal edilmiştir. - That football is made of genuine leather.

leather
kamçılamak
leather
{i} meşin
leather
kayışla dövmek
leather
kösele
leather
gön
leather
sert

Bu biftek ayakkabı derisi kadar sert. - This steak is as tough as shoe leather.

leather
deriden yapılmış şey
leather
deriye ait
leather
deriden yapılmış

Onlar kaba kahverengi deriden yapılmış. - They were made of rough brown leather.

O, bana deriden yapılmış bir çanta verdi. - She gave me a bag made of leather.

leather
tabaklanmış deri
leather
pantozot
leather
argo kamçı veya kayışla dövmek
leather
leatherette cilt bezi
leather
leatherback yumuşak kabuklu iri bir deniz kaplumbağası
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of leather
A beating
leather
To cover with leather
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Referring to one who wears leather clothing (motorcycle jacket, chaps over 501 jeans, boots), especially as a sign of sadomasochistic homosexuality
leather
(plural: leathers) clothing made from the skin of animals, often worn by motorcycle riders
leather
A tough material produced from the skin of animals, by tanning or similar process, used e.g. for clothing
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To beat or thrash with a leather
leather
A piece of the above used for polishing
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A good defensive play

Jones showed good leather to snare that liner.

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To polish or wipe with a leather
leather
{i} tanned and preserved animal skin from which the hair or fur has been removed; item made of tanned and preserved animal skin
leather
{n} the hide of an animal dressed, skin
leather
{f} cover with leather; whip or beat with a leather strap (Slang)
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– A hide, or skin, that has been tanned into a non-perishable material
leather
an animal skin made smooth and flexible by removing the hair and then tanning
leather
A piece of leather used for polishing
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Taserki
leather
Leather clothing, often worn by motorcycle riders
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The skin
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A cricket ball or football
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Nothing like leather My interest is the best nostrum A town, in danger of a siege, called together a council of the chief inhabitants to know what defence they recommended A mason suggested a strong wall, a shipbuilder advised “wooden walls,” and when others had spoken, a currier arose and said, “There's nothing like leather ” In Botallack, Cornwall, a standing toast is Tin and Pilchards, the staples of the town Another version is “Nothing like leather to administer a thrashing”
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Nothing like leather My interest is the best nostrum A town, in danger of a siege, called together a council of the chief inhabitants to know what defence they recommended A mason suggested a strong wall, a shipbuilder advised “wooden walls,” and when others had spoken, a currier arose and said, “There's nothing like leather ” In Botallack, Cornwall, a standing toast is Tin and Pilchards, the staples of the town Another version is, “Nothing like leather to administer a thrashing”
leather
n kulit
leather
An animal skin tanned or dressed for use Full Top Grain is considered the highest quality hide
leather
Made of leather
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Material made from the skin of an animal by tanning etc Alum-tawed and leather tanned by other means require different treatment for maintenance and restoration
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Leather is treated animal skin which is used for making shoes, clothes, bags, and furniture. He wore a leather jacket and dark trousers. an impressive range of upholstered furniture, in a choice of fabrics and leathers. Animal skins and hides treated to preserve them and make them suitable for use. Tanning converts the otherwise perishable skin to a stable and nondecaying material. Though the skins of such diverse animals as ostrich, lizard, eel, and kangaroo have been used, the more common leathers come from cattle, including calf and ox; sheep and lamb; goat and kid; horse, mule, and zebra; buffalo; pig and hog; and seal, walrus, whale, and alligator. Leather making is an ancient art that has been practiced for more than 7,000 years. See also parchment
leather
The skin of an animal, or some part of such skin, tanned, tawed, or otherwise dressed for use; also, dressed hides, collectively
leather
Has subcategories, including genuine (top-grain or full grain leather from the outermost layer of hide); splits (underlayers split off from the top grain, usually having a surface treatment to simulate color and grain of geniune leather), and processed leather (one type of skin or hide made to resemble another type usually called "bonded leather" or "laminated leather")
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To beat, as with a thong of leather
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{s} of or pertaining to leather; made of leather; resembling leather
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Noble aroma of some red wines thanks to their reducing aging in the bottle
leather
Refers to how good a player plays defensively or handles the glove Ex: "He flashed some leather on that play "
leather
Animal skin dressed for use in clothing
leather
The skin of animals prepared for use by a process designed to preserve it against decay and to make it pliable or supple when dry
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leather
a generic term for animal skin, more usually identified by the type of leather such as calf, morocco, etc
leather
For the avoidance of all ambiguities and doubts, which may and do grow upon the definition and interpretation of this word leather, it is enacted, and declared by these presents, that the hides and skins of ox, steer, bull, cow, calf, deer, red and fallow, goats and sheep being tanned or tawed, and every salt hide is, shall be, and ever hath been reputed and taken for leather
leather
The hide of an animal used in home furnishings
leathering