neck

listen to the pronunciation of neck
İngilizce - Türkçe
boyun

O bağırdığında onun boyun damarları açıkça görünüyordu. - When he shouted, the veins in his neck stood out clearly.

Balta alçakgönüllü bir boyuna gitmez. - The axe does not go to a humble neck.

{i} boğaz

Tom güneşi boğazında hissedebiliyordu. - Tom could feel the sun on his neck.

Boğazıma kadar işe batmış vaziyetteyim. - I am up to my neck in work.

(Muzik) sap
berzah
(İnşaat) köprü
sarılmak
sarmaş dolaş öpüşmek
koklaşmak
kıstak
dil
giysi boynu
yaka

Polis hırsızı yakasından yakaladı. - The police seized the robber by the neck.

O, beni boynumdan yakaladı. - He caught me by the neck.

sevişirken kucaklaşıp öpüşmek
yiyişmek
azami gayr
{i} (elbisede) yaka
boyun,v.sarıl: n.boyun
{i} (telli çalgılarda) sap
neck and neck yarışta at başı beraber
{i} coğr. kıstak. f., k.dili. (iki sevgili) sarmaş dolaş
(fiil) sarmaş dolaş olmak [amer.]
boyun gibi şey
{f} sarmaş dolaş olmak [amer.]
{i} (şişede) boyun, boğaz
break ones neck boynu kırılmak
iki kara parçasını birleştiren dil
(Tıp) Boyun, cervix
keman sapı
(Muzik) telli çalgılarda sap
boynun
sarmaş dolaş olmak
pain in the neck
baş belası
pain in the neck
baş belâsı
neck tape
(Berber) Boyun bandı
neck and neck
(yarışta) at başı beraber
neck and neck
başabaş
neck and crop
tamamiyle
neck circumference
(Tıp) boyun çevresi
neck collar
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) boyuncuk
neck dissection
(Tıp) boyun disseksiyonu
neck girth
(Tekstil) boyun çevresi
neck irradiation
(Tıp) boyun ışınlaması
neck lining
(Tekstil) boyun astarı
neck lymph nodes
(Tıp) boyun lenf bezleri
neck neoplasms
(Tıp) boyun tümörleri
neck of beef
(Gıda) sığır gerdanı
neck of the woods
civarında
neck of the woods
çevresinde
neck pain
(Tıp) boyun ağrısı
neck protector
(Tıp) boyunluk
neck rest
boyunluk
neck rounding
(Tekstil) yaka yuvarlaklığı
neck size
(Tekstil) boyun ölçüsü
neck stiffness
boyun tutulması
neck stiffness
ense sertliği
neck strap
boyun askısı
neck string
(Televizyon) boyun askısı
neck volute
(Muzik) sap arkası oyuğu
neck wrapping
(Tekstil) iplik ayak sarma
neck and neck
at başı beraber
neck and neck
kafa kafaya
neck and neck
başa baş
neck exercise
boyun eksersizi
neck or nothing
ya merrü
neck or nothing
ya herrü
neck rigidity
ense sertliği
neck and neck
(deyim) Yarışta at başı beraber

President Karzai is running neck and neck with his rival.

neck and neck
Başabaş olmak, aynı düzeyde olmak
neck down (a butterface)
boynundan aşağısı mükemmel ama yüzü çok çirkin kadınlar için kullanılır
neck finish
Şişe boynu
neck of pork
domuz boyun
neck of the woods
Bizim oralarda. "İn our neck of the woods, a man doesn't hit a woman."
neck of the woods
Mahalle, bölge, mıntıka
neck of tooth
dişin boyun
neck of woods
odun boyun
neck warmer
Boyunluk, boyna sarılan, ısıtıcı şey
neck-stiffness
Menejitli hastalarda tipik olarak ortaya çıkan ense sertliği
neck (bottle)
boğaz (şişe)
neck and crop
tamamen
neck and crop
palas pandıras
neck and crop
olduğu gibi
neck bearing
(Tekstil) boyun yatağı
neck chain
zincir kolye
neck or nothing
her şeyi göze alarak
pain in the neck
boyun ağrısı
pain in the neck
(deyim) karın ağrısı
polo neck
boğazlı
polo neck
(Tekstil) balıkçı yaka
stiff neck
boyun tutulması

Bir boyun tutulmasıyla uyandım. - I woke up with a stiff neck.

boat neck
(Tekstil) kayık yaka
having a neck
boğazlı
necked
boyunlu
roll neck
(Tekstil) degaje yaka
rudder neck
(Askeri) dümen boğazı
scope neck
(Tekstil) oyuk yaka
scope neck
(Tekstil) u yaka önde
short neck
(Tıp) kısa boyun
swan neck
(Tekstil) dik yaka
swan neck
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) deveboynu
swan neck
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kuğuboynu
break one's neck
çok çalışmak
breathe down sb's neck
tepesine dikilmek
crew neck
hakim yaka
crew-neck
hâkim yaka
get it in the neck
okkanın altına gitmek
in some neck of the woods
cehennemin dibinde
long neck clam
uzun bacaklı deniz tarağı
pain in the neck
dert
polo neck
boğazlı yaka
risk one's neck
kelleyi koltuğa almak
stick one's neck out
özünü ateşe atmak
the scruff of the neck
ense
up to one's neck
boğazına kadar
a pain in the neck
(deyim) Rahatsızlık vereni sorun çıkaran şey veya kişi
a pain in the neck
boyunda bir ağrı
a pain in the neck
Baş belası
bare one's own neck
(deyim) Elini taşın altına koymak
be a pain in the neck
Can sıkıcı bir sorun olmak, can sıkıcı bir sorun oluşturnak
bottle-neck
bkz. bottleneck
bottle-neck
şişe-boyun
breathe down one´s neck
k. dili 1. başında dikilip durmak, başında beklemek. 2. rahat bırakmamak. 3. yakından takip etmek
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) Birinin peşinde olup, onu sürekli takip etmek. "İ can't work with him breathing down my neck."
by a neck
Kıl payı
cowl neck
baca şapkası boyun
crew neck
(Giyim) Bisiklet yaka
filler neck
dolgu boyun
from the neck up
boynundan yukarı
front neck drop
(Tekstil) on yaka düşümü
girls neck
kızlar boyun
handkerchief worn around the neck
mendilini boynuna takılan
hang st. on so.'s neck
st aşmak. bu kadar. 'boyun s
leather neck
deri boyun
pain in neck
boyun ağrısı
put one's neck on the block
(deyim) Birisi veya birşey için büyük risk almak
risk one´s neck
hayatını tehlikeye koymak
round neck
Bisiklet yaka (tişört)
scoop neck
kepçe boyun
seize by the neck
boynundan tut
she fell on his neck.
onun boynuna
to save one's neck
postu kurtarmak için
turtle neck
(Giyim) Boğazlı yakalı gömlek veya süveter
up to so.'s neck
kadar çok. 'boyun s
v-neck
(Giyim) V yaka
webbed neck
perdeli boyun
whack the neck off
off boyun saçma
wring somebody's neck
(deyim) Boynunu kırmak, cezalandırmak: "Onu bir eline geçirirse boynunu kıracağını söyledi."
wring something's neck
(deyim) Küçük bir hayvanı boynunu büküp, kırarak öldürmek
wring something's neck
(deyim) Kill a small animal by twisting its neck
bottle neck
(Tekstil) dar boğazlı
break one's neck
kendini paralamak, paralanmak, dişini tırnağına takmak
break the neck of a task
çoğunu bitirmek
get it in the neck
{k} ağır bir darbe yemek
necked
yakalı
necking
sarmaş dolaş öpüşme
necking
kolon pervazı
necking
(isim) sarmaş dolaş olma
necking
sarmaş dolaş olma
necking
i., k.dili. (iki sevgili) sarmaş dolaş olup öpüşme
necking
boyunu olan
necking
sevişirken kucaklaşıp öpüşme
stick one's neck out
{k} kendini tehlikeye atmak, kendini zor bir duruma sokmak
the neck
ense kemiği vertebrae of
the neck
ense kökü nape of
Türkçe - Türkçe
Yaylı, telli çalgılarda sap
İngilizce - İngilizce
To drink rapidly

In the dim light, punters sit sipping raspberry-flavoured Tokyo martinis, losing the freestyle sushi off their chopsticks or necking Asahi beer.

To hang by the neck; strangle; kill, eliminate
The slender tubelike extension atop an archegonium, through which the sperm swim to reach the egg

Archegonia are surrounded early in their development by the juvenile perianth, through the slender beak of which the elongated neck of the fertilized archegonium protrudes.

The extension of any stringed instrument on which a fingerboard is mounted
To make love; to snog; to intently kiss or cuddle

Alan and Betty were necking in the back of a car when Betty's dad caught them.

The tapered part of a bottle toward the opening
The part of a shirt, dress etc., which fits a person's neck
The part of body connecting the head and the trunk found in humans and some animals
The corresponding part in some other anatomical contexts
{n} a part of the body, of land a point
If two people are necking, they are kissing each other in a sexual way. They sat talking and necking in the car for another ten minutes I found myself behind a curtain, necking with my best friend's wife. = snog
Part of a vessel which joins the body to the rim, the profile of which may be conical, curving or cylindrical
If you say that someone is breathing down your neck, you mean that they are watching you very closely and checking everything you do. Most farmers have bank managers breathing down their necks
{f} (Slang) kiss and caress, "make out" (usually about teenagers); kill a bird for food preparation by chopping its head off at the neck; strangle
Any part of an inanimate object corresponding to or resembling the neck of an animal The long slender part of a vessel, as a retort, or of a fruit, as a gourd
A horse's neck should be sufficient in scope to provide adequate wind for the horse and be well tied in at the withers, while not being too low or "ewe necked " A horse with a well-muscled, well-proportioned neck has a longer, more rhythmic stride and can more easily maintain its balance when running An easy, rhythmic stride will cause less fatigue while racing Fatigue can increase the chances of injury
a cut of meat from the neck of an animal a narrow elongated projecting strip of land kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion; "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car
The neck of something such as a bottle or a guitar is the long narrow part at one end of it. Catherine gripped the broken neck of the bottle
kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion; "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"
The constricted basal part of the segmented axes of a bamboo plant
The smaller diameter end sections of the Balloon, typically a Balloon has one proximal and one distal neck The proximal neck is generally a larger diameter and a thinner wall thickness than the distal neck
The upper section of the saxophone to which the mouthpiece is attached Back
The long, narrow piece of wood extending out from the body to the headstock It serves as a platform for the fretboard and frets
(1) The narrow strip of land which connects a PENINSULA with the mainland, or connects two ridges (2) The narrow band (rip) of water flowing seaward through the SURF See also RIP CURRENT See Figure 7
{s} pertaining to or located near one's neck; close
To make out; to snog; to intently kiss or cuddle
Operator () separating head from body in a clause
The projecting part of a stringed instrument, to which the fingerboard is attached
the part of an organism that connects the head to the rest of the body; "he admired her long graceful neck"
opening for the neck; the part of a garment near the neck opening
Someone or something that is from your neck of the woods is from the same part of the country as you are. It's so good to see you. What brings you to this neck of the woods?
The part of a container where the shoulder cross section area decreases to form the finish
Tamgartt
If you say that someone is in some sort of trouble or criminal activity up to their neck, you mean that they are deeply involved in it. He is probably up to his neck in debt
A long narrow tract of land projecting from the main body, or a narrow tract connecting two larger tracts
When a bottle of beer is served by the neck it is not poured into a glass Two bottles of lager by the neck please
a cut of meat from the neck of an animal
If you stick your neck out, you bravely say or do something that might be criticized or might turn out to be wrong. During my political life I've earned myself a reputation as someone who'll stick his neck out, a bit of a rebel
The part of a glass or plastic container where the bottle cross-section decreases to form the finish Net The fundamental total of consideration, after appropriate deductions have been made See Net Weight, Minimum Net Weight, Minimum The weight of all the product in the container, including brine or sauce, but not including the weight of the container Neutralize To adjust the pH of a solution to 7 0 (neutral) by the addition of an acid or a base Nutrients Compounds that promote biological growth
to have a millstone round your neck: see millstone the scruff of your neck: see scruff. if two people are necking, they kiss for a long time in a sexual way
(also "hosel") the part of the club into which the shaft is inserted Example: When the ball ricochets off the neck/hosel before it hits the clubface it is called a shank (Not recommended)
The part of a bottle which slenderizes to form the finish
That portion of a case which grips the bullet In a bottlenecked case, that portion of the case in front of the shoulder
The front portion of the cartridge case into which the bullet is seated The "neck diameter" is the external measure of this feature
opening for the neck; the part of a garment near the neck opening the part of an organism that connects the head to the rest of the body; "he admired her long graceful neck"
The part of an animal which connects the head and the trunk, and which, in man and many other animals, is more slender than the trunk
{i} part of a body (of a man or animal) between the shoulders and the head; part of a garment that covers or surrounds the neck; cut of meat from the neck of an animal; long opening in the top of a bottle; insolence (Slang)
To reduce the diameter of (an object) near its end, by making a groove around it; used with down; as, to neck down a shaft
That part of the projectile or blade that is narrowest and is in between the notches The topmost part of the hafting area of a notched artifact
Your neck is the part of your body which joins your head to the rest of your body. She threw her arms round his neck and hugged him warmly He was short and stocky, and had a thick neck
a narrow elongated projecting strip of land
If you say that someone is risking their neck, you mean they are doing something very dangerous, often in order to achieve something. I won't have him risking his neck on that motorcycle
In a competition, especially an election, if two or more competitors are neck and neck, they are level with each other and have an equal chance of winning. The latest polls indicate that the two main parties are neck and neck The party is running neck-and-neck with Labour
the point where the base of the stem of a plant arises from the root
A reduction in size near the end of an object, formed by a groove around it; as, a neck forming the journal of a shaft
The part of a guitar which houses the fret board
The section of reduced diameter between the body and the shank of the drill
the part of a shirt, dress, etc., which fits a persons neck
That part of a violin, guitar, or similar instrument, which extends from the head to the body, and on which is the finger board or fret board
A constricted portion of a bone immediately below the "head"
Part connecting the head to the main part of the body
(aka: "hosel") the part of the club into which the shaft is inserted Example: "When the ball ricochets off the neck/hosel before it hits the clubface it is called a shank "
The neck of an article of clothing such as a shirt, dress, or sweater is the part which surrounds your neck. the low, ruffled neck of her blouse He wore a blue shirt open at the neck
kubi
neck and crop
completely and with violence

She turned him neck and crop out of the house.

neck and neck
Very close in progress, as in a race or contest

The polls suggest that the candidates were neck and neck in the election.

neck down
to alter a cartridge by forcing it into a smaller calibre and size
neck of the woods
A place or field in which one is comfortable or with which one is familiar
neck of the woods
A local neighbourhood or region
neck oil
Beer

The neck oil was to flow profusely in Newquay that night.

neck ring
A metal ring worn around one's neck, used as jewelry
neck-gable
a type of gable in vogue between the 17th and the 18th centuries in the Netherlands with a rectangular body (resembling a neck, hence the name) in place of the usual triangular shape found with a regular gable
neck and neck
close together, side by side (in a race)
neck and neck
even or close in a race or competition or comparison; "the horses ran neck and neck"; "he won nip and tuck
neck and neck
inconclusive as to outcome; close or just even in a race or comparison or competition; "as they approached the finish line they were neck and neck"; "the election was a nip and tuck affair"
neck and crop
completely and with force
neck and heels
everything and quickly
neck brace
{i} thick bandage or rigid device worn on the neck to prevent movement (after an injury, etc.)
neck brace
a brace worn to steady the neck
neck exercise
exercise designed to strengthen the neck muscles
neck of the woods
A region; a neighborhood
neck ruff
choker: a high tight collar
neck sweetbread
edible thymus gland of an animal
neck-chain
collar, necklace, chain or jewelry worn around the neck
neck-deep
deeply involved; "neck-deep in work"; "up to their necks in debt
albatross around one's neck
something that one is associated with that keeps one from succeeding in what they want to achieve

He bought the properties last year hoping to make a profit out of reselling them; however, with the economic downturn, they have now become an albatross around his neck.

albatross round one's neck
Alternative form of albatross around one's neck
brass neck
A person with gall
brass neck
Gall, shamelessness, cheek
brass-neck
To behave boldly or shamelessly
breathe down someone's neck
To follow or supervise someone too closely, making it uncomfortable for them

My boss never lets me get on with my work. He's always breathing down my neck and checking up on me.

crew neck
Occasionally, a collar whose front is meant to ride up onto the neck, sometimes to Adam's apple level, more often termed as high crew
crew neck
Referring to the collar of pullover garments, where the collar circles the neck, usually of sweaters and T-shirts. Often crew necked
crew neck
Any garment with a crew neck
drain the swamp when up to one's neck in alligators
When performing a long and complex task, and when you've gotten utterly immersed in secondary and tertiary unexpected tangential subtasks, it's easy to lose sight of the initial objective. This sort of distraction can be particularly problematic if the all-consuming subtask or sub-subtask is not, after all, particularly vital to the original, primary goal, but ends up sucking up time and resources (out of all proportion to its actual importance) only because it seems so urgent
jewel-neck
A round neckline that follows the base of the neck
nape of the neck
nape, back of the neck
necked
Having some specific type of neck
necked
Simple past tense and past participle of neck
pain in the neck
Someone or something which is annoying, irritating or inconvenient
pencil-neck
An insubstantial person; a weakling

That pencil-neck from systems isn't going tell me what I can't do.

pencil-neck
A person with a very thin neck
polo-neck
A light type of shirt with such a collar
polo-neck
A high collar covering the neck; a turtleneck
red neck syndrome
Alternate name for red man syndrome
ring-neck
having (a) colored ring(s) around the neck, notably said of animal species
stick one's neck out
To take a risk, putting oneself in a vulnerable position
lateral vascular neck restraint
The lateral vascular neck restraint (also called sleeper hold) is utilized blood restriction hold in law enforcement, and can be performed from behind the suspect (or from the front when the officer is "on top" of the suspect) by putting an arm around the neck of the suspect, with the crook of the elbow over the midline of the neck. By pinching the arm together while assisting with the free hand, the carotid arteries and jugular veins were compressed on both sides of the neck
a pain in the neck
(deyim) Someone or something that is very annoying

That child is a real pain in the neck.

be a pain in the neck
Be very annoying
pain in the neck
Someone or something that is very annoying

That child is a real pain in the neck.

put one's neck on the block
(deyim) Risk doing something which will make other people lose their good opinion of you if it fails. Usage notes: In the past, the block was a large piece of wood on which criminals had their heads cut off
put one's neck on the block
(deyim) Take great risks for someone or something; go to a lot of trouble or difficulty for someone or something; attempt to gain favor for someone or something
webbed neck
A webbed neck is a description of a skin fold that runs along the sides of the neck down to the shoulders. There are many variants. It is a feature of Turner syndrome and Noonan's syndrome, as well as the rarer Klippel-Feil syndrome. It is often visible on babies, look like loose folds of skin on the childs neck. As the growth of the child occurs the skin stretches out to look like there is little or no neck
wring somebody's neck
(deyim) Punish someone who makes you upset or angry
wring somebody's neck
(deyim) Used when you are very angry with someone: I’ll wring her neck when I get hold of her!
The neck
swire
crew neck
a plain straight neckline opening from shoulder to shoulder of sweaters
necked
Cracked; said of a treenail
necked
{s} having a certain type of neck (i.e. short-necked); having a collar
necked
Having a neck or neckline of a specified kind. Often used in combination: a long-necked bird; a low-necked dress
necked
past of neck
necked
having a neck or having a neck especially as specified (often used in combination)
necked
Having (such) a neck; chiefly used in composition; as, stiff- necked
necker
a lover who necks
necking
affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
necking
Local reduction of the cross-sectional area of metal by stretching
necking
Localized reduction of cross-sectional area of a specimen under tensile load It is disregarded in calculating engineering stress but is taken into account in determining true stress
necking
the elongation and contraction in area which occurs when a ductile metal fails in tension
necking
Same as Neckmold
necking
the molding at the top of a column
necking
Ornament at the top of a column, bottom of the capital
necking
reduction of the cross-sectional area of a material in a localized area caused by uniaxial tension
necking
local reduction of a cross-sectional area of a tensile specimen that may occur during loading
necking
Refers to the operation of cutting a groove of predetermined depth in a workpiece
necking
present participle of neck
necks
plural of neck
necks
third-person singular of neck
the neck
cervical spine
neck

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    nek

    Eş anlamlılar

    french kiss, grope, pet, snuggle, smooch

    Telaffuz

    /ˈnek/ /ˈnɛk/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'nek ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English nekke, from Old English hnecca 'neck, nape', from Proto-Germanic *xnakkōn 'nape, back of the head' (compare Dutch nek, German Nacken, Danish nakke), from Proto-Indo-European *knok (cf. Tocharian A kñuk 'neck, nape'), mutated variant of *kneug/k (cf. Old English hnocc 'hook, penis', Welsh cnwch 'joint, knob', Latvian knaūķis 'dwarf', Ancient Greek knychóō 'to draw together').

    Zamanlar

    necks, necking, necked

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    neck down, neck tie

    Videolar

    ... an owner punch pizza Minneapolis and neck ...
    ... So my mom recently, she had a sore neck and she went to see ...

    Günün kelimesi

    hypercorrection