looseness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gevşeklik
oynaklık
düşüklük
serbestlik
kararsızlık
{i} düzensizlik
{i} hoppalık
{i} bolluk
{i} hafiflik
{i} ishal
loose
{s} oynak

Aslında o oynak bir kadın. - Actually she is a loose woman.

loose
gevşek

Sözleşme oldukça gevşek. - The contract was rather loose.

Bu ayakkabılar biraz gevşek. - These shoes are a little loose.

loose
{s} bol

Bu ceket üzerimde bol görünüyor. - This coat looks loose on me.

Pantolonum çok bol, çünkü çok kilo verdim. - My pants are very loose because I've lost much weight.

loose
serbest

Köpekleri serbest bırakma. - Don't set the dogs loose.

O, köpeği bahçede serbest bıraktı. - He let the dog loose in the yard.

loose
kabaca
loose
üstünkörü
loose
sıkı olmayan
loose
ahlakı düşük
loose
yumuşak (öksürük)
loose
bağlı olmayan
loose
intizamsızlık
loose
çözük
loose
kaçmak
loose
(Askeri) laçka
loose
sıkıca bağlanmamış
loose
kurtulmak
loose
çuval gibi
loose
dökümlü (giysi)
loose
kararsızlık
loose
malın gözü
loose
salmak
loose
(giysi) bol
loose
dağınık
loose
çözülmüş
loose
şüpheli
loose
serbestlik
loose
serbestçe
loose
ayrı ayrı
loose
bağsız
loose
hafifmeşrep
loose
hoppa
loose
ahlaksız
loose
başıboşlukla
loose
başıboş
loose
kesin olmayan
loose
be.gevşek bir biçimde
loose
başıboşluk
loose
{s} bağlanmamış (saç)
loose
ishal
loose
salıvermek
loose
ateş etmek
loose
gevşemiş
loose
ateşlemek
loose
yarım yamalak
loose
gevşek olarak
loose
serbest bırakmak
loose
hafif
loose
{s} yumuşak
loose
{f} atmak
loose
sıkışık olmayan
loose
{s} dağınık, seyrek
loose
sıkı ve bağlı olmayan
loose
{s} serbest, aslından uzak (çeviri, yorum v.b.)
loose
iffet sahibi olmayan
loose
kabız değil
loose
açmak
loose
gevşek,v.serbest bırak: adj.gevşek
loose
{s} sallanan (diş)
loose
(Tıp) İshal olmuş, kabız değil
loose
{s} açık
loose
gevşetmek

Tom biraz kaslarını gevşetmek zorunda. - Tom has got to loosen up a little.

Bir vidayı gevşetmek için, sola çevirin. - To loosen a screw, turn it to the left.

loose
yumuşak ishal olmuş
İngilizce - İngilizce
Moral laxity; licentiousness

Yet goodly court he made still to his Dame, / Pourd out in loosnesse on the grassy grownd .

A relaxed state regarding principles or accuracy
The quality or fact of being free from rigidity, attachment or restraint; not tight, not firmly attached or taut

See if that nut has too much looseness and tighten it if it does.

{n} a laxness of body, flux, depravity
movement or space for movement; "there was too much play in the steering wheel"
The state, condition, or quality, of being loose; as, the looseness of a cord; looseness of style; looseness of morals or of principles
movement or space for movement; "there was too much play in the steering wheel
{i} state of being loose; absence of rigidity or strictness; slackness, laxity
The property of being loose
loose
Not fitting closely

I wear loose clothes when it is hot.

loose
Not compact

It is difficult walking on loose gravel.

loose
to shoot (an arrow)
loose
begin shooting; release your arrows
loose
To unfasten, to loosen
loose
Not under control

The dog is loose again.

loose
Common misspelling of lose

I'm going to loose this game.

loose
Not held or packaged together

You can buy apples in a pack, but they are cheaper loose.

loose
A state of laxity or indulgence; unrestrained freedom, abandonment
loose
The release of an arrow
loose
Relaxed

She danced with a loose flowing movement.

loose
Not being in the possession of any competing team during a game

The puck was momentarily loose right in front of the net.

loose
Free from moral restraint; immoral, unchaste

In all these he was much and deeply read; / But not a page of any thing that 's loose, / Or hints continuation of the species, / Was ever suffer'd, lest he should grow vicious.

loose
{n} liberty
loose
{a} unbounded, lax, wild, wanton
loose
{v} to unbind, deliver, free, set free, set sail
Loose
laus
loos
plural of
loos
Praise; fame; reputation
loos
Austrian architect (1870-1933)
loose
A letting go; discharge
loose
If your hair is loose, it hangs freely round your shoulders and is not tied back. She was still in her nightdress, with her hair hanging loose over her shoulders
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Too much steering A loose car turns too far and is hard to control
loose
Loose item may or maynot include accessories
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become loose or looser or less tight; "The noose loosened"; "the rope relaxed"
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not carefully arranged in a package; "a box of loose nails"
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Unconnected; rambling
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(B) freewheeling; unfettered; tending to overbid or to bid dangerously
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A term used to describe product that is no longer in its original packaging
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freely producing mucus; "a loose phlegmy cough"
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not tight or confined, as in: Someone left the gate open and my dog got loose
loose
Noncoherent when dry or moist; does not hold together in a mass
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having escaped, especially from confinement; "a convict still at large"; "searching for two escaped prisoners"; "dogs loose on the streets"; "criminals on the loose in the neighborhood"
loose
not literal; "a loose interpretation of what she had been told"; "a free translation of the poem"
loose
leaves the most visible space between characters and produces a longer string
loose
Playing loose simply means playing more hands and holding on to them longer In essence, loose with your cash A loose table is a table dominated (so to speak) by loose players Loose isn't always bad - excessively tight play can be equally costly, especially at high levels of play Looseness should not be confused with aggressiveness A loose call is a borderline inadvisable or even incorrect call He was playing so loose, it seemed like he was in every pot
loose
not officially recognized or controlled; "an informal agreement"; "a loose organization of the local farmers"
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To make less tight, to loosen
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A strategy which involves playing many hands
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If a person or an animal is on the loose, they are free because they have escaped from a person or place. Up to a thousand prisoners may be on the loose inside the jail
loose
emptying easily or excessively; "loose bowels"
loose
A soil consistence term See also consistence
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a loose cannon: see cannon all hell breaks loose: see hell
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Not tight or close; as, a loose garment
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without restraint; "cows in India are running loose
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not bound or fastened or gathered together; "loose pages"; "loose papers"
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Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
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Something that is loose is not firmly held or fixed in place. If a tooth feels very loose, your dentist may recommend that it's taken out Two wooden beams had come loose from the ceiling She idly pulled at a loose thread on her skirt. + loosely loose·ly Tim clasped his hands together and held them loosely in front of his belly
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A loose grouping, arrangement, or organization is flexible rather than strictly controlled or organized. Murray and Alison came to some sort of loose arrangement before he went home He wants a loose coalition of leftwing forces. + loosely loose·ly The investigation had aimed at a loosely organised group of criminals
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As in: "The kart is loose" Another name for oversteer
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make loose or looser; "loosen the tension on a rope"
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A board is loose when it feels "alive" on the water and responds well to foot pressure As a general rule a loose board is lightweight
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To untie or unbind; to free from any fastening; to remove the shackles or fastenings of; to set free; to relieve
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Free; not held, tied up or fastened
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promiscuous
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indiscreet
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Clothes that are loose are rather large and do not fit closely. Wear loose clothes as they're more comfortable. = baggy tight + loosely loose·ly His shirt hung loosely over his thin shoulders
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- The loose view is characterized by those who claim to be pre-tribulational futurists but often take prophecy written for Israel and suggest that it is being fulfilled today, during the church age This viewpoint holds that sometimes prophecy relating to the tribulation is being or has already been fulfilled in the current church age This is a weak, inconsistent application of futurism, since it commingles God's plan for Israel with His plan for the church at specific points of prophetic fulfillment This view is not in keeping with the dispensational tradition of separating Israel and the Church
loose
not fixed firmly or tightly; "the bolts became loose over time"; "a loose chair leg"; "loose bricks"
loose
grant freedom to; free from confinement
loose
{f} free, let go, release; make loose; untie, unfasten; shoot (arrow, gun, etc.)
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Also known as "oversteer", a car is said to be loose if the rear wheels lose traction with the pavement before the front wheels do This causes the car to fishtail as the rear end swings outward during turns
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If people or animals break loose or are set loose, they are no longer held, tied, or kept somewhere and can move around freely. She broke loose from his embrace and crossed to the window Why didn't you tell me she'd been set loose? = free
loose
Not dense, close, compact, or crowded; as, a cloth of loose texture
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Containing or consisting of obscene or unchaste language; as, a loose epistle
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in a loose manner
loose
Without packing
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the text block is coming loose from the binding at the hinges
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Slang: freewheeling; unfettered; tending to overbid or to bid dangerously
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(of textures) full of small openings or gaps; "an open texture"; "a loose weave"
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To let loose, to free from restraints
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Not bound or tethered or leashed
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Unbound; untied; unsewed; not attached, fastened, fixed, or confined; as, the loose sheets of a book
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Basically, a handling condition describing the tendency of a car's rear wheels to break away from the pavement, swinging its rear end toward the outside wall Also called "oversteer"
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Something that is loose is not attached to anything, or held or contained in anything. Frank emptied a handful of loose change on the table A page came loose and floated onto the tiles
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not tense or taut; "the old man's skin hung loose and gray"; "slack and wrinkled skin"; "slack sails"; "a slack rope"
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A condition where the front tires have more traction than the rear tires This produces the effect where the rear of a racecar wants to exchange positions with the front of the racecar, or the rear end wants to go towards the outer wall This condition is also known as "Oversteer" and may be hard to control A car that is loose is faster than a car that is tight
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Of a grip or hold, to let go
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Stock car drivers say a car is loose if on the turns, the rear end heads toward the wall Open-wheel drivers would say the car is oversteering A loose car is faster than a tight car
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lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility; "idle talk"; "a loose tongue"
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To solve; to interpret
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Term to describe a condition in which the car's front tires have more traction than the rear, causing the rear of the car to point toward the outside and the front to point to the inside Also called "oversteer "
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{s} free; released; untied; disconnected; slack; weak; not tight; unrestrained; wanton; careless; imprecise; not defined
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with from or of
loose
Freedom from restraint
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Having a tile loose Not quite of sound mind The head being the roof of the temple called the body Out on the loose Out on the spree; out of moral bounds
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To release from anything obligatory or burdensome; to disengage; hence, to absolve; to remit
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not bound or fastened or gathered together; "loose pages"; "loose papers" not compact or dense in structure or arrangement; "loose gravel" (of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player; "a loose ball" not restrained or confined or attached; "a pocket full of loose bills"; "knocked the ball loose"; "got loose from his attacker" freely producing mucus; "a loose phlegmy cough" not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting; "loose clothing"; "the large shoes were very loose" not carefully arranged in a package; "a box of loose nails" not fixed firmly or tightly; "the bolts became loose over time"; "a loose chair leg"; "loose bricks" (of textures) full of small openings or gaps; "an open texture"; "a loose weave" not tense or taut; "the old man's skin hung loose and gray"; "slack and wrinkled skin"; "slack sails"; "a slack rope" without restraint; "cows in India are running loose
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Free from constraint or obligation; not bound by duty, habit, etc
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To set sail
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without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"
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casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior; "her easy virtue"; "he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"; "wanton behavior"
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A car is loose when the rear is unstable because of improper rear tire grip Also known as oversteer MARBLES: Small pieces of tire rubber that build up above the racing groove
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Not precise or exact; vague; indeterminate; as, a loose style, or way of reasoning
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(of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player; "a loose ball"
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A player who plays many hands
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Dissolute; unchaste; as, a loose man or woman
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not restrained or confined or attached; "a pocket full of loose bills"; "knocked the ball loose"; "got loose from his attacker"
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not affixed; "the stamp came loose"
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turn loose or free from restraint; "let loose mines"; "Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"
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To let go of the bowstring at full draw, ideally by relaxation of the fingers holding the bow string
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To relax; to loosen; to make less strict
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not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting; "loose clothing"; "the large shoes were very loose"
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Lax; not costive; having lax bowels
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Not strict in matters of morality; not rigid according to some standard of right
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If something is loose in texture, there is space between the different particles or threads it consists of. She gathered loose soil and let it filter slowly through her fingers
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not compact or dense in structure or arrangement; "loose gravel"
looseness