litter

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bir batında doğan yavrular
karmakarışık etmek
{i} sedye
{i} çöp

Onun çöp suçu nedeniyle, o 10 saat toplum hizmeti yapmak zorunda kaldı. - Due to his littering offense, he was forced to 10 hours community service.

Vatandaşların ormana çöp dökmemeleri rica olunur. - The public is requested not to litter in these woods.

{i} dağınıklık
{f} yavrulamak
{i} tahtırevan
{i} bir defada doğan yavrular
çerçöp
darmadağın etmek
(Çevre) süprüntü
saçmak
(hayvan) bir batında doğan yavrular
dağıtmak
{f} karıştırmak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Ölü örtü
kümes, ahır gibi hayvan barınaklarındaki altlık
kedi veya köpek gibi hayvanın bir defada doğurduğu yavrular
{i} (yere atılan) çöp, çerçöp
{i} kedi kumu
bilhassa birden ço
hayvanları yatırmak için serilen saman veya kuru ot
{i} hayvanları yatırmak için serilen saman veya kuru
çöp,v.doldur: n.döküntü
çerçöp yığıntısı
{f} talaş sermek
{i} döküntü
{i} hayvanların altına serilen talaş
(Askeri) HASTA TESKERESİ: Yaralı kişilerin taşınması için kullanılan sepet veya çerçeve, teskere. Buna yanlış olarak, (stretcher) de denir
birden çok yavru doğurmak
yere çöp atmak
(Askeri) hasta teskeresi
litter box
kum kabı
litter box
kedi tuvaleti
litter patient
(Askeri) sedyelik hasta
litter bag
çöp torbası
litter basket
çöp kutusu
litter bearer
çöpçü
litter bin
çöp kutusu
litter up
karmakarışık etmek
litter and discarded refuse
çöp ve çöp atılır
litter bin
Çöp tenekesi
litter bin; trash can, garbage pail
çöp tenekesi, çöp kutusu, çöp kovası
litter free
yerlerde çöp olmaması durumu
litter of pigs
domuz çöp
litter train
Evcil hayvana tuvalet terbiyesi vermek
litter-free
Çöpsüz, çöpten arındırılmış
litter-free lunch
çöpsüz bir öğle yemeği
litter-trained
Tuvalet terbiyesi verilmiş (evcil hayvan)
litter bearer
(Askeri) sedye taşıyıcısı
litter bearer
(Askeri) sedyeci er
litter bearer
(Askeri) TESKERECİ: Teskereyi taşıyan şahıs. Teskereci, genel olarak, sağlık sınıfına mensuptur
litter down
talaş sermek
litter patient
(Askeri) TESKERELİK HASTA: Nakledilirken teskereye ihtiyaç gösteren hasta. Buna, yanlış olarak, (stretcher case) de denir. Bak. "walking wounded"
litter relay point
(Askeri) TESKERECİ AKTARMA NOKTASI: Geriye nakledilmekte olan hasta ve yaralıların daha geriye nakilleri işini başka bir teskereci mangasının devraldığı ve ilk manganın, tekrar bu noktaya hasta ve yaralı getirmek üzere, ileri gittiği nokta. Bundan maksat; teskerecilerin kısa mesafeler içinde hareketine imkan vermektir. Hasta ve yaralılar, bu noktadan itibaren, icabında tekerlekli teskere (wheeled litter) ile de nakledilebilir
litter up
düzensiz bırakmak
litter up
dağınık bırakmak
kitty litter
Kedi kumu
gave birth to a litter
yavrula
give birth to a litter
yavrula
given birth to a litter
yavrula
cat litter
(Tuvalet için) Kedi kumu, kedi kum kabı
give birth to a litter of animals
Hayvanların bir çöp doğuracak
kitty litter
kitty çöp
leaf litter
yaprak döküntüsü
stretcher, barrow, litter
sedye, el arabası, çöp
we should not litter
yerlere çöp atmamalıyız
cat litter
kedi kumu
wheeled litter
(Askeri) TEKERLEKLİ HASTA TESKERESİ: Bak. "litter"
wheeled litter
(Askeri) tekerlekli hasta sedyesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The offspring of a mammal born in one birth
Material used as bedding for animals
A platform mounted on two shafts, or a more elaborate construction, designed to be carried by two (or more) people to transport one (in luxury models sometimes more) third person(s) or (occasionally in the elaborate version) a cargo, such as a religious idol
Layer of fallen leaves and similar organic matter in a forest floor
Absorbent material used in an animal's litter tray
To drop or throw trash without properly disposing of it (as discarding in public areas rather than trash receptacles)
To give birth to, used of animals
Collectively, items discarded on the ground
A bed or stretcher so arranged that a person, esp
{n} a sedan, straw, brood of pigs, confusion
{v} to bring forth, scatter about, cover
Disorder or untidiness resulting from scattered rubbish, or from thongs lying about uncared for; as, a room in a state of litter
Undecomposed plant residues on the soil surface (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
A litter of things is a quantity of them that are lying around in a disorganized way. He pushed aside the litter of books and papers and laid two places at the table
The freshly fallen on only slightly decomposed plant material on the forest floor This layer includes foliage, bark fragments, twigs, flowers, and fruit
the offspring at one birth of a multiparous mammal
Litter is rubbish that is left lying around outside. If you see litter in the corridor, pick it up On Wednesday we cleared a beach and woodland of litter. = rubbish
The young brought forth at one time, by a sow or other multiparous animal, taken collectively
{f} toss or dump garbage in an unauthorized place; scatter objects in disorder; give birth to young (of animals); line with straw or hay
Surface layer of the forest floor consisting of freshly fallen leaves, needles, twigs, stems, bark, and fruits
If a number of things litter a place, they are scattered untidily around it or over it. Glass from broken bottles litters the pavement. + littered lit·tered The entrance hall is littered with toys and wellington boots Concrete purpose-built resorts are littered across the mountainsides
The top layer of forest floor, composed of loose debris of dead sticks, branches, twigs and recently fallen leaves or needles
Also Fig
conveyance consisting of a chair or bed carried on two poles by bearers the offspring at one birth of a multiparous mammal rubbish carelessly dropped or left about (especially in public places) give birth to a litter of animals make a place messy by strewing garbage around strew; "Cigar butts littered the ground
The dead debris, including pine cones, pine needles, branches and other material, that covers the ground under a forest or shrub area
If something is littered with things, it contains many examples of it. History is littered with men and women spurred into achievement by a father's disregard Charles' speech is littered with lots of marketing buzzwords like `package' and `product'
The freshly fallen or only slightly decomposed plant material on the forest floor This layer includes foliage, bark fragments, twigs, flowers, and fruit
The surface layer of the forest floor which is not in an advanced stage of decomposition, usually consisting of freshly fallen leaves, needles, twigs, stems, bark, and fruits
Things lying scattered about in a manner indicating slovenliness; scattered rubbish
To put into a confused or disordered condition; to strew with scattered articles; as, to litter a room
To produce a litter
Top layer of the forest, scrubland, or grassland floor, directly above the fermentation layer, composed of loose debris of dead sticks, branches, twigs, and recently fallen leaves or needles, little altered in structure by decomposition
An organic surface soil layer usually composed of identifiable leaves, branches or other vegetative material, and animal remains
To give birth to; to bear; said of brutes, esp
The uppermost layer of organic debris on a forest floor It contains freshly fallen or only slightly decomposed vegetable matter, mainly foliage, and also bark, twigs, flowers, and fruits
The uppermost layer of the organic debris, composed of freshly fallen or slightly decomposed organic materials
The uppermost layer of organic debris on a forest floor, i e , essentially the freshly fallen or slightly decomposed vegetable material, mainly leaf litter, bark fragments, twigs, flowers, and fruits
conveyance consisting of a chair or bed carried on two poles by bearers
waste material which is discarded on the ground or otherwise disposed of improperly or thoughtlessly
1 The accumulation of dead leaves, branches and other plant and animal remains that form the top layer of the forest floor 2 Trash, waste paper, or garbage lying scattered about
{i} refuse, trash; disorder; number of young born to an animal at one time; curtained couch suspended between poles and carried by men or animals; stretcher; bedding for humans or animals (made of straw, rushes, etc.)
Litter is a dry substance that you put in the container where you want your cat to go to the toilet
A group of young produced at one birth Hog litters vary in size from 11-12 piglets, with an average of 8-9 being weaned from the sow (see piglet, wean, sow )
give birth to a litter of animals
Leaf litter, or forest litter, is the detritus of fallen leaves and bark which accumulate in forests
the top layer of forest floor, typically composed of loose debris such as branches, twigs, and recently fallen leaves or needles; little altered in structure by decomposition The L layer of the forest floor (Deeming et al 1977) Also loose accumulations of debris fallen from shrubs, or dead parts of grass plants laying on the surface of the ground
To be supplied with litter as bedding; to sleep or make one's bed in litter
rubbish carelessly dropped or left about (especially in public places)
material used to provide a bed for animals
Straw, hay, etc
The highly visible portion of solid waste carelessly discarded outside the regular garbage and trash collection and disposal system
Uppermost layer, on the soil surface, of loose organic debris (for example, as in forests), consisting of freshly fallen or slightly decomposed organic materials
Absorbent material used in an animals litter tray
A litter is a group of animals born to the same mother at the same time. a litter of pups
More or less undecomposed fallen leaves, needles and other plant residues at the soil surface
scattered on a floor, as bedding for animals to rest on; also, a covering of straw for plants
a sick or wounded person, may be easily carried in or upon it
strew; "Cigar butts littered the ground"
The top layer (L layer) of the forest floor directly above the fermentation layer (F layer), composed mainly of recently fallen leaves and pine needles, but also includes dead twigs, bark fragments, etc (See Duff)
The uppermost layer of organic debris on the ground under a vegetation cover, i e , essentially the freshly fallen or only slightly decomposed vegetable material, mainly from foliage but also bole, bark fragments, twigs, flowers, fruits, etc
any waste material thrown or left in an inappropriate place Littering is illegal in Wisconsin and there is a fine
those which produce more than one at a birth, and also of human beings, in abhorrence or contempt
Accumulation of leaves, twigs and other forms of organic matter on the soil surface In most soils, the surface layer of litter is at various stages of decomposition
make a place messy by strewing garbage around
To supply with litter, as cattle; to cover with litter, as the floor of a stall
1 multiple offspring produced at a single birth by a multiparous animal 2 a spongy layer of twigs, leaves, bark and organic debris covering the floor of a forest (Morris 1992)
litter box
A box used to provide a soiling area for (usually) pet cats, generally filled with sand, clay chips, etc

Pregnant women are often advised to have someone else clean the litter box to reduce the risk of contracting toxoplasmosis.

litter boxes
plural form of litter box
litter frog
A group of frogs in the Megophryidae family, notable for their camouflage abilities
litter tray
An open receptacle lined with a layer of absorbent material for use as a toilet by a cat or similar animal when indoors
litter box
A litter box, sometimes called a sandbox, sand box, litter tray, litter pan, catbox, or cat box, is an indoor feces and urine disposal box for cats (as well as rabbits, snakes and other pets that naturally or through training will make use of such a repository) that are permitted free roam of a home but who cannot or do not always go outside to relieve themselves. Many owners of these animals prefer not to let them roam outside for fear that they might succumb to the elements or get hit by a car, so a cat litter box makes it possible to shelter pets from these risks
litter tray
A litter box, sometimes called a sandbox, sand box, litter tray, litter pan, catbox, or cat box, is an indoor feces and urine disposal box for cats (as well as rabbits, snakes and other pets that naturally or through training will make use of such a repository) that are permitted free roam of a home but who cannot or do not always go outside to relieve themselves. Many owners of these animals prefer not to let them roam outside for fear that they might succumb to the elements or get hit by a car, so a cat litter box makes it possible to shelter pets from these risks
litter basket
bin (usually in or outside a public building) into which the public can put rubbish
litter bearer
{i} stretcher bearer, one who carries the injures, one who bears injured people on stretchers
litter bin
A litter bin is a container, usually in a street, park, or public building, into which people can put rubbish. = rubbish bin
litter bin
(British) trash can, garbage pail
kitty litter
Large area of gravel used to slow cars that leave the track
kitty litter
Mix of sawdust, grit, etc. Used to provide soiling area for pet cats
pick of the litter
The best person or item in a group

Of the books I read this summer, A Tale of Two Cities was the pick of the litter.

pocket litter
items in a spy's pocket (ex. ticket stubs, coins) to make their cover seem more authentic
the pick of the litter
The absolute best one has to offer
anti-litter warden
person charged with preventing littering of the environment
avoid litter
don't throw trash on the ground, keep the area clean
cat litter
kitty litter a substance like small grey stones that people put in boxes for cats that live indoors, and which the cats use as a toilet
kitty litter
granulated clay; placed in a container where it absorbs the waste products of a cat or dog
littered
past of litter
littered
{s} filthy, strewn with garbage
littered
filled or scattered with a disorderly accumulation of objects or rubbish; "the storm left the driveway littered with sticks and debris"; "his library was a cluttered room with piles of books on every chair"
littering
unwanted debris
littering
Scattered debris, rubbish, or human feces that are sign of human presence
littering
Scattered debris, rubbish, or trash that may be dropped or deposited in the presence or passage of humans
littering
present participle of litter
litters
third-person singular of litter
litters
plural of litter
litter