lip

listen to the pronunciation of lip
İngilizce - Türkçe
dudak

Liköre dokunan dudaklar benimkine dokunmayacaklar. - Lips that touch liquor shall not touch mine.

Eğer söyleyeceğin bir şey yoksa, dudaklarını kapalı tut. - If you have nothing to say, keep your lips sealed.

{i} ağız
(Tıp) Dudağa benzer herhangi bir yapı veya oluşum (Vulvayı çevreleyen büyük veya küçük dudaklardan her biri)
nefesli sazın ağıza yerleştirilme şekli
(Tıp) Yaranın kenarı
mırıldanma
(Tıp) Yara kenarı, yarayı çevreleyen kenarlardan her biri
dudak şeklinde şey
argo küstahlık
(Tıp) Dudak ağzı üstten ve alttan çevreleyen iki adet etli oluşumdan her biri
nefesli sazların ağızlığı
ağıza almak
dudaklarla dokunmak
anat
öpmek

Gözlerini kapadı, dudaklarını sıktı ve öpmek için öne eğildi. - She closed her eyes, pursed her lips and leaned forward for a kiss.

(Tıp) (o) Yağ
edepsizlik
erin
kenar
lep
{i} argo küstahlık, yüzsüzlük
{i} küstahlık
conta
lip service
iki yüzlülük
lip balm
dudak merhemi
lip microphone
dudak mikrofonu
lip reader
dudaktan okuyan
lip reading
dudak okuma
lip rouge
dudak ruju
lip service
sahte bağlılık
lip synchronization
dudak eşlemesi
lip-read
dudak okumak
lip angle
(Mühendislik) kenar acısı
lip balm
Kuru ve çatlak dudaklar için genellikle ruj biçimli dudak kremi
lip deep
derin dudak
lip gloss
Dudak parlatıcısı

Kız marketten bir dudak parlatıcısı satın aldı. - The girl bought some lip gloss at the convenience store.

lip lock
dudak kilitleme
lip salve
Kuru ve çatlak dudaklar için genellikle ruj biçimli dudak kremi
lip service
Birine sözde bağlılık, özde değil sözde yapılan, boş, arkası gelmeyen, fiiliyata dönüşmeyen konuşma, rüşvet-i kelâm
lip services
dudak hizmetleri
lip smacker
dudak şaplak
lip sync
dudak senkronizasyon
lip synch
dudak synch
lip synching
dudak eşzamanlı
lip-gloss
Dudak parlatıcısı
lip-lift
Dudak gerdirme (estetik ameliyatı)
lip-service
dudak hizmet
lip-service
Sahte bağlılık; ikiyüzlülük; bir fikri kabul edermiş gibi görünme durumu
lip-smacking
dudak şapırtılı
lip read
{f} dudak okumak
lip read
(fiil) dudak okumak
lip reading
rini okumak
lip reading
dudak hareketle
lip salve
{i} dudak balsamı
lip salve
(isim) dudak balsamı
lip service
sözde bağlılık
lip service
yapmacık saygı
lip union
kenarlı rakor
lip union
dudaklı rakor
lips
(Dilbilim,Diş Hekimliği) dudaklar

Liköre dokunan dudaklar benimkine dokunmayacaklar. - Lips that touch liquor shall not touch mine.

Tom Mary'yi dudaklarından öptü. - Tom kissed Mary on the lips.

bite one's lip
dudağını ısırmak
cleft lip
tavşan dudağı
cleft lip
tavşandudağı
cleft lip
yarık dudak
don't give me any of your lip!
(deyim) bana cevap verme!
lip service
(Argo) oral seks
rubber lip
(Otomotiv) lastik uç
rubber lip
(Otomotiv) lastik kenar
rubber lip
lastik dudak
curl one's lip
dudak bükmek
keep a stiff upper lip
soğukkanlı olmak
lipped
dudaklı
pay lip service to
sözde bağlılık göstermek
pay lip service to
sadece söz ile desteklemek
pay lip service to
-e inanır gibi yapmak
button one's lip
(deyim) Kimselere söylememek, ağzını sıkı tutmak
button your lip
(deyim) Kimselere söyleme! Kimse duymasın! Ağzını sıkı tut!
flap so.'s lip
flap öyle. 'dudak s
give lip service
(deyim) Sadece sözde kalan sahte bağlılık ve sadakat sözleri söylemek
hare lip
tavşan dudak
lipping
(Tıp, İlaç) Osteoartritte kemiksi dudak gelişimi
no lip
hiç dudak
pay lip service
dudak hizmet ödeme
apron bottom lip
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) cetvel ağzı alt dudağı
axial sealing lip
(Otomotiv) eksenel keçe ağzı
bite one's lip
(öfkesini/üzüntüsünü belli etmemek için) dudağını ısırmak
bucket lip
kepçe dudağı
button one's lip
{k} konuşmamak, sır vermemek
button one's lip
{k} susmak, çenesini kapamak
double lip
çift kenarlı
keep a stiff upper lip
cesaretini kaybetmemek, metin olmak
lipping
dayanma takozu
lipping
destek takozu
lower lip
alt dudak
lower lip
altdudak
retaining lip
(Otomotiv) tespit ucu
stiff upper lip
(deyim) a stiffer upper lip ( genellikle have/keep/maintain...) cesaretini yitirmemek,sogukkanliligini korumak
zip your lip
çenene kilit vur
İngilizce - İngilizce
backtalk, verbal impertinence

Don’t give me any lip!.

The rim of an open container
To touch with the lips, notably kiss or lick, lap the lips against something
To simulate speech merely by lip-movement, as suffices for a lip-reader
To utter verbally
to make a golf ball hit the lip of the cup, without dropping in
Either of the two fleshy protrusions around the opening of the mouth
A part of the body that resembles a lip, such as the edge of a wound or the labia
{n} the front of the mouth, the edge of a thing
{v} to salute with the lips, kiss, bill, fondle
(also "rim") the top edge of the hole, above the cup Example: My putt hit the left lip and tried to spin out but ended up falling in
The pitching edge of a HOLLOW or semi-hollow wave
To touch with the lips; to put the lips to; hence, to kiss
The lip of something such as a container or a high area of land is its edge. the lip of the jug. the lip of Mount Etna's smouldering crater. = rim
Hence, by a figure they denote the mouth, or all the organs of speech, and sometimes speech itself
Loop Initialization Primitive sequence
(Anglo-Saxon, lippe, the lip ) To curl the lip To express contempt or disgust with the mouth To hang the lip To drop the under lip in sullenness or contempt Thus Helen explains why her brother Troilus is not abroad by saying, “He hangs the lip at something ” (Act iii 1 ) “A foolish hanging of thy nether lip ”- Shakespeare: 1 Henry IV , ii 4 To shoot out the lip To show scorn “All they that see me laugh me to scorn They shoot out the lip; they shake the head ”- Psalm xxii 7
If you lick your lips, you move your tongue across your lips as you think about or taste something pleasant. They licked their lips in anticipation We swallowed the chocolates in one gulp, licking our lips
Same as rim The bottom edge of a bell where inner and outer surface come to a point
The edge of the hole
Solid strip of wood, often decoratively cut, used to finish the edge of a large element such as a top or drawers, etc
an impudent or insolent rejoinder; "don't give me any of your sass"
Lymphocytic Interstitial Pneumonia
Irregularity or defect in double seam occurring at the lap Due to insufficient tucking of cover hook, resulting in a short cover hook and characterized by a blowing or sharp [email protected] projection at the bottom of the double seam Also known as a [email protected]
The projection on one side of a striking plate on the surface of which the springbolt of the lock or latch first strikes when the door is closed Usually radiused or bevelled to guide the springbolt
One of the two fleshy folds which surround the orifice of the mouth in man and many other animals
To clip; to trim
One of the parts in a corolla or calyx divided into two unequal parts
the top edge of a vessel
(aka: "rim") the top edge of the hole, above the cup as in the lip of a glass Example: My putt hit the left lip and tried to spin out but ended up falling in
Loop Initialization Primitive, related to target IDs on SCSI busses
One of the edges of the aperture of a univalve shell
In man the lips are organs of speech essential to certain articulations
To utter; to speak
Library Information Plan
n (AS lippa, lippe, lip) the upper or lower part of a bilabiate calyx or corolla
an edge that projects slightly, such as the rim of the lid for a pot or jar
{i} either of two fleshy parts which form the edge of the mouth of humans and animals; edge which projects outwards; boldness, impertinence, impudence (Slang)
{f} kiss, osculate; answer back, answer insolently
The lower petal forming a lip as in the orchid and mint families
The top edge of a halfpipe wall
An overhanging extension designed into a signature to facilitate opening it to the spine on a sewing machine Usually a "high-folio" lip is specified, which means that the back half of the signature, with the higher folio (page) numbers, should be longer than the front half Lips should normally be at least 1/4"
A Loop Initialization Primitive is a signal issued on a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop in preparation for a reset
The sharp cutting edge on the end of an auger
One of the two opposite divisions of a labiate corolla
Impertinence
The part of a U-ring seal or lip seal (MSE) which forms the sealing surface
fleshy folds of tissue as those surrounding the mouth
Learner Information Packages LIP is an IMS specification for compiling a set of information about a learner, their learning achievements and their learning preferences The Profile enables learners, institutions and employers to build up a picture of learner's abilities and aptitudes The specification sets out common data formats for describing learners, which enable Profiles to be exchanged between systems See the CETIS Learner Information Packages SIG
Your lips are the two outer parts of the edge of your mouth. Wade stuck the cigarette between his lips
The upper or lower protruding part part of a irregular flower (corolla or calyx)
The odd and peculiar petal in the Orchis family
An edge of an opening; a thin projecting part of anything; a kind of short open spout; as, the lip of a vessel
A projection found on the proximal ventral surface of a detached piece below the striking platform Some researchers believe that a pronounced lip indicates the detached piece was removed with a soft hammer
Loop Initialization Primitve Sequence This Primitive Sequence applies only to the Arbitrated Loop topology It is transmitted by an L_Port to (re)initialize the Loop
noun The edge of any obstacle that a skateboarder rides On ramps, the lip usually is completed with coping On a bank or curb, the square or angled corner is the lip
lip balm
a substance topically applied to the lips of the mouth to relieve chapped or dry lips, angular cheilitis or stomatitis, and cold sores
lip bear
A sloth bear, Melursus ursinus
lip bears
plural form of lip bear
lip duo
In cosmetics, a matching lipstick and lip liner pair
lip gloss
A cosmetic product applied to the lips to make them look shinier
lip glosses
plural form of lip gloss
lip piercing
Any form of body piercing involving the lips
lip service
Empty talk; words absent of action or intention

The candidate gave lip service to fixing the problems, but it is doubtful that he will do much.

lip service
Cunnilingus, the act of using the mouth and tongue to stimulate the female genitals, especially the clitoris and labium. (Sometimes also referred to as giving lip.)

Jack gave Samantha lip service.

lip sync
the synchronization of audio and video signals such that there is no lack of simultaneity between them
lip sync
to move the lips in synchronization with recorded sound
lip syncs
plural form of lip sync
lip syncs
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lip sync
lip-gloss
Attributive form of lip gloss

lip-gloss applicator.

lip-smacking
Tasty; appetizing
lip-smacking
very

Aunt Bessy's Easter ham is always lip-smacking good.

lip-smackingly
very

Aunt Bessy's Easter ham is always lip-smackingly good.

lip-smackingly
With audibly expressed enjoyment
lip-strap
A small strap with a buckle running between the cheeks of a bit, to prevent the horse from biting on the cheek of the bit in his mouth

He was not a horsey man, but he liked people to believe he had been one once; and he wove fantastic stories of the hunting-bridle to which this particular lip-strap had belonged.

lip-sync
To move lips in synchronization with sounds (generally recorded) so it appears they are the source of the sounds

There was a great scandal when it was discovered the singer had been only lip-syncing.

lip balm
Lip balm or lip salve is a substance topically applied to the lips of the mouth to relieve chapped or dry lips, angular cheilitis or stomatitis, and cold sores. Lip gloss is similar, but generally has only cosmetic properties. The balm is usually manufactured from beeswax, petroleum jelly, menthol, camphor, scented oils, and various other ingredients. Some manufacturers also add vitamins, alum, salicylic acid, or aspirin. Most lip balms also contain octinoxate, avobenzone, and/or other sunscreens to minimize sun damage
lip gloss
Lip gloss is a cosmetic product used primarily to give the lips shine and sometimes subtle color. It is distributed as a liquid or a soft solid (not to be confused with lip balm, which generally has medicinal purposes). It can be completely clear, translucent, or various shades of opacity, including frosted, glittered, and metallic looks
lip salve
Lip balm or lip salve is a substance topically applied to the lips of the mouth to relieve chapped or dry lips, angular cheilitis or stomatitis, and cold sores. Lip gloss is similar, but generally has only cosmetic properties. The balm is usually manufactured from beeswax, petroleum jelly, menthol, camphor, scented oils, and various other ingredients. Some manufacturers also add vitamins, alum, salicylic acid, or aspirin. Most lip balms also contain octinoxate, avobenzone, and/or other sunscreens to minimize sun damage
lip balm
{i} balm for the lips
lip balm
a substance used to protect dry lips
lip balm
a balm applied to the lips
lip fern
any of various terrestrial ferns of the genus Cheilanthes; cosmopolitan in arid and semi-arid temperate or tropical regions
lip gloss
Lip gloss is a clear or very slightly coloured substance that some women put on their lips to make them shiny. a substance used to make lips look very shiny
lip gloss
{i} shiny lipstick, glossy cosmetic which makes the lips shiny
lip labor
hypocrisy; insincere speech
lip labour
{i} hypocrisy; insincere speech
lip language
language of the deaf
lip off
speak spontaneously and without restraint; "She always shoots her mouth off and says things she later regrets
lip read
{f} understand what someone is saying by watching his/her lip movements
lip reader
someone who can understand spoken words by watching the movements of a speaker's lips
lip reading
A technique for understanding unheard speech by interpreting the lip and facial movements of the speaker.lip reader n
lip reading
understanding what is being said by watching lip movements
lip salve
{i} (British) lip balm; healing ointment for sore lips
lip salve
a substance used to make sore lips feel better
lip service
disapproval If you say that someone pays lip service to an idea, you are critical of them because they say they are in favour of it, but they do not do anything to support it. Unhappily, he had done no more than pay lip service to their views. Verbal expression of agreement or allegiance, unsupported by real conviction or action; hypocritical respect: "Lip service continues to be paid to resolving regional conflicts, but there is no sense of urgency" (Henry A. Kissinger). pay lip service to sb/sth to say that you support or agree with something without doing anything to prove it
lip service
things said so as to turn one's ear; (Slang) act of oral sex
lip service
an expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction
lip synch
combining audio and video recording in such a way that the sound is perfectly synchronized with the action that produced it; especially synchronizing the movements of a speaker's lips with the sound of his speech
lip synchronization
combining audio and video recording in such a way that the sound is perfectly synchronized with the action that produced it; especially synchronizing the movements of a speaker's lips with the sound of his speech
lip-
Variant of lipo-
lip-gloss
makeup that makes the lips shiny
lip-read
lip-read lip-reads lip-reading The form lip-read is pronounced when it is the present tense, and when it is the past tense and past participle. If someone can lip-read, they are able to understand what someone else is saying by looking at the way the other person's lips move as they speak, without actually hearing any of the words. They are not given hearing aids or taught to lip-read. + lip reading lip read·ing The teacher should not move around too much as this makes lip reading more difficult. to understand what someone is saying by watching the way their lips move, because you cannot hear them
lip-sync
move the lips in synchronization (with recorded speech or song)
lip-synch
to move your lips at the same time as a recording is being played, in order to pretend that you are singing or saying the words synch
lip-synch
move the lips in synchronization (with recorded speech or song)
bite one's lip
To forcibly prevent oneself from speaking, especially in order to avoid saying something inappropriate or likely to cause a dispute

He broke off and bit his lip, feeling that he had better subdue the rising anger in his voice.

button one's lip
To remain silent, especially in order to keep a secret or to avoid saying something inappropriate

Busch wisely buttoned his lip and didn't say anything else.

button up one's lip
Alternative form of button one's lip
cleft lip
harelip
fat lip
A swelling on the lip, especially one resulting from a punch or other blow

He has a very ugly temper, and I have to be careful what I say to him or I'll end up with a fat lip.

lipped
Having some specific type of lip

We met a yellow-lipped woman.

stiff upper lip
The quality of being resolute and showing self-restraint, stereotypically associated with the British; especially as keep a stiff upper lip

In typical British stiff upper lip fashion, the tournament organizers expected us to play into, and through, the menacing weather.

there's many a slip twixt cup and lip
In any situation, however well planned, something can always go wrong
zip one's lip
To refrain from or to stop talking; to be quiet

Why don’t you just zip your lip? I’m tired of listening to you.

zip up one's lip
Alternative form of zip one's lip
button one's lip
(deyim) Stop or refrain from talking
Lips
labras
There's many a slip twixt cup and lip
idiom used to warn not to be too sure of oneself about the result of a plan because things can still go wrong before it is accomplished
bite one's lip
restrain oneself, suppress one's emotions or impulses
cleft lip
A congenital deformity characterized by a vertical cleft or pair of clefts in the upper lip, with or without involvement of the palate. a split in someone's upper lip, that they are born with
cleft lip
A congenital opening in the lip
cleft lip
A birth defect that occurs when the upper lip doesn't fuse together, leaving one or more vertical openings that may extend up to the nose Cleft lips may be caused by genetic or environmental factors
cleft lip
a birth defect causing an opening in the lip
cleft lip
a congenital cleft in the middle of the upper lip
give lip service
make insincere statements of devotion and good will
keep a stiff upper lip
{f} stand proud, behave in a conceited manner
lip gloss
lippy
lipped
{s} having lips, having a certain type or kind of lips; labiate (Botany)
lipped
Labiate
lipped
Having a raised lip
lipped
having a lip or lips; "a lipped bowl"; "a virgin purest lipped"- John Keats
lipped
Having a lip or lips; having a raised or rounded edge resembling the lip; often used in composition; as, thick-lipped, thin-lipped, etc
lips
smacker
lips
plural of lip
lips
Laser-beam Image Processing System (See CaPSL)
lips
Aivaenglish | adronato
lips
The calves of our lips (Hosea xiv 2) The sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving The fruit of the lips Thanksgivings “Let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to His name ”- Heb xiii 15
lips
{i} (Slang) informal reference to the labia of the female genetalia
lips
(n ) logical inferences per second; procedure calls per second in a logic programming system
lips
The leading edge or the cutting edge side of the land The right side of the flute when looking toward the point with the shank extending away Not to be confused with "Cutting Lips" Drills are end cutting tools, therefore, the edge of the land is not a cutting lip or a cutting edge
lips
The cutting edges of the drill point extending from the dead center to the periphery
lower lip
bottom lip
pay lip service
make insincere professions of loyalty
smooth lip fern
southeastern United States to northern Mexico and Jamaica
southwestern lip fern
lip fern of Texas to Oklahoma and Colorado and Arizona and Mexico having tall erect tufted fronds
stiff upper lip
An attitude of determined endurance or restraint in the face of adversity
stiff upper lip
self-restraint in the expression of emotion (especially fear or grief); "the British like to keep a stiff upper lip
upper lip
lip which is located on top, upper part of the outer mouth
upper lip
Your upper lip is the higher of your two lips. His upper lip was flat, but the lower one sagged. lower lip
upper lip
Your upper lip is the part of your face between your mouth and your nose. The beginnings of a moustache showed on his upper lip
wooly lip fern
small North American evergreen fern whose stipes and lower frond surfaces are densely wooly
Türkçe - İngilizce

lip teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

dudak dudağa lip
to lip
lip