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İngilizce - Türkçe
(İİ) kodes
(İİ) araklamak
sağlık yağdayı
diş, çentik, kertik
işaret edilmiş yer
old Nick: Şeytan
in the nick of time: tam zamanında

Nick otobüsü yakalamak için acele etti. - Nick hurried to catch the bus.

tam zamanında isabet ettirmek
{f} İng., k.dili. çalmak, yürütmek
işaret edilmiş in the nick of time tam zamanında
sağlık durumu
{f} doğru tahmin etmek
{f} İng., argo tutuklamak
{f} kesmek
{f} dolandırmak
{i} gedik
{f} isabet ettirmek
{f} gafil avlamak
{f} kazıklamak
çentik,v.çent: n.çentik
{f} enselemek
{i} karakol
{i} yüksek sayı atma
old Nick Şeytan
{f} tutuklamak
kertik yapmak
iç etmek
iyi etmek
nick of time
tam zamanında

Tom tam zamanında havaalanına vardı. - Tom got to the airport just in the nick of time.

Tom tam zamanında geldi. - Tom arrived in the nick of time.

nick a wallet
cüzdan çalmak
nick nack
nick nack
nick nack
ıvır zıvır
nick nack
ufak biblo
nick nack
küçük biblo
nick nack
önemsiz şey
nick name
Sohbet alanlarındaki Irc de kullanılan takma ad
nick name
(Kanun) namı müstear
nick oneself
kesmek (biryerini)
nick oneself
traş olurken yüzünü kesmek
nick out
kesip çıkarmak
in the nick of time
sıcağı sıcağına
in the nick of time
tam vaktinde
in the nick
in the nick of time
zamanından az önce
in the nick of time
tam zamanında
old nick
in good nick
in the nick of time
son anda

Tom tam son anda geldi. - Tom came just in the nick of time.

Tom son anda kurtarıldı. - Tom was rescued in the nick of time.

in the nick of time
tam zamanında (Gecikmeye hiç yer olmayan durumlar için kullanılır.): Reinforcements arrived in the nick of time. Takviyeler tam zamanında
in the nick of time
saniyesi saniyesine
in the nick of time
ucu ucuna
old nick
the nick
İng., k.dili. hapishane, kodes, delik
İngilizce - İngilizce
diminutive form of Nickelodeon
A diminutive of the male given name Nicholas
A particular point or place considered as marked by a nick; the exact point or critical moment
To steal

Someone's nicked my bike!.

a small deflection of the ball off the edge of the bat, often going to the wicket-keeper for a catch
To make a nick in, especially unintentionally

I nicked myself while I was shaving.

A police station or prison

He's just been released from Shadwell nick after doing ten years for attempted murder. (prison).

A small cut in a surface
a shortened form of "nickname"
To arrest

The police nicked him climbing over the fence of the house he'd broken into.

to hit the ball with the edge of the bat and produce a fine deflection

The car I bought was cheap and in good nick.

{v} to cut in nicks, notch, sit, hit, trick
{n} a notch, cut, score, exact point, Nicholas
A diminutive of Nicholas
A notch cut crosswise in the shank of a type, to assist a compositor in placing it properly in the stick, and in distribution
To mar; to deface; to make ragged, as by cutting nicks or notches in
To nickname; to style
divide or reset the tail muscles of; "nick horses"
cut a nick into
A surface or edge discontinuity in the form of a slight cut, indentation, or notch Also referred to as "Scratch" and "Gouge"
To suit or fit into, as by a correspondence of nicks; to tally with
To make a cross cut or cuts on the under side of (the tail of a horse, in order to make him carry it higher)
If you are nicked by someone, they cheat you, for example by charging you too much money. College students already are being nicked, but probably don't realize it. = rip off
mate successfully; of livestock
If someone nicks something, they steal it. He smashed a window to get in and nicked a load of silver cups = pinch
To hit at, or in, the nick; to touch rightly; to strike at the precise point or time
My friend Mandy's husband His existence helps me perpuate the stereotype that gay men want to seduce straight men Mandy is aware of how fond I am of Nick and we joke about it
If you nick something or nick yourself, you accidentally make a small cut in the surface of the object or your skin. When I pulled out of the space, I nicked the rear bumper of the car in front of me He dropped a bottle in the kitchen and nicked himself on broken glass
A correction applied with an electronic collar set to a "momentary" setting, or a tap and immediate release of the button for those electronic collars without a "momentary" setting
{i} small cut; chip; notch; jail (British Slang); pinch, steal (British)
{f} cut slightly; chip; make a notch in; steal, pinch (British Slang); demand price; arrest (British Slang)
To make a nick or nicks in; to notch; to keep count of or upon by nicks; as, to nick a stick, tally, etc
A small mark on a coin usually caused by contact with a another coin
The nickname, or “handle” you use to identify yourself on an IRC server You can change your nickname at any time by using the /NICK command in your IRC program
The nickname, or "handle" you use to identify yourself on an IRC server You can change your nickname at any time by using the /NICK command in your IRC program
cut a nick into cut slightly, with a razor; "The barber's knife nicked his cheek
If the police nick someone, they arrest them. The police nicked me for carrying an offensive weapon Keep quiet or we'll all get nicked
Nick is used in expressions such as `in good nick' or `in bad nick' to describe the physical condition of someone or something. His ribs were damaged, but other than that he's in good nick Tom's house is actually in better nick than mine
A small tear on the head of a saddle-stitched book that occurs during the trimming operation to top
score or reckoning
A shot that hits the juncture of the floor and wall, and dies Also, the juncture itself
mate successfully; of livestock divide or reset the tail muscles of; "nick horses" cut a nick into cut slightly, with a razor; "The barber's knife nicked his cheek
cut slightly, with a razor; "The barber's knife nicked his cheek"
If someone "nicked your Rover," they didn't just scratch it, they took it! Brit equivalent to steal
A small tear in a fabric
an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
a small cut
A broken or indented place in any edge or surface; nicks in china
This is the division and resetting of the muscles under the tail to give and artificially high tail carriage
A nick is a small cut made in the surface of something, usually in someone's skin. The barbed wire had left only the tiniest nick just below my right eye
emphasis If you say that something happens in the nick of time, you are emphasizing that it happens at the last possible moment. Seems we got here just in the nick of time = just in time
A notch cut into something A score for keeping an account; a reckoning
mate successfully; of livestock divide or reset the tail muscles of; "nick horses"
To attack, cut, or strike someone, often used in threats It's also used to indicate inflicting other injury upon a sod, such as stealing from him, as in "I nicked him good, and got his chiv "
An evil spirit of the waters
A gerbil that displays the athletic prowess to clear the pit area of a goal, only to be eaten by the cat Named for the most famous gerbil to make this blunder, the legendary "Iron Nick " Nicks are not scored
nick point
A point at which a river suffers a break of slope in its long profile; the current point of rejuvenation working upstream
Nick Denton
{i} founder and owner of Gawker Media
Nick Faldo
born July 18, 1957, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, Eng. British golfer. Faldo turned professional in 1976 and played the first of 11 successive Ryder Cup matches in 1977. He subsequently won three Masters (1989, 1990, 1996), three British Opens (1987, 1990, 1992), and many other international tournaments. In 1990 he became the first non-American to be named the PGA Player of the Year
Nick Nolte
(born 1941) American film actor who acted in "48 Hours" and "The Thin Red Line
nick nack
small item (often decorative), trinket
nick of time
at the last minute, with no time to spare
Old Nick
The devil; Satan
Saint Nick
Santa Claus
in the nick of time
At the last possible moment; at the last minute

He finished writing his paper and slid it under the door just in the nick of time.

a nick
{n} notch
in the nick of time
(deyim) Just in time; at the precise moment
Old Nick
The Devil; Satan. See Regional Note at Old Scratch. the Devil (Perhaps from iniquity)
Saint Nick
St. Nicholas, bishop in Asia Minor in the 4th century, patron saint of Russia, protector of children, figure associated with Santa Claus
get there in the nick of time
arrive at the critical moment, arrive just on time, arrive at the last minute
in the nick of time
at the last possible moment; "she was saved in the nick of time"
in the nick of time
at the last possible moment; "she was saved in the nick of time
in the nick of time
just in time, at just the right moment
Scoring the lanquid of a pipe with very small lines; a part of voicing an organ pipe
present participle of nick
The cutting made by the hewer at the side of the face
Small coal produced in making the nicking
Nuclease action to sever the sugar-phosphate backbone in one DNA strand but not the other at one specific site
Synchronization of the receptivity of the male sterile plant to the maximum pollen load of the pollinator for Cross pollination in hybrid seed production Said to 'nick' when two parents produce high yields of seed of a highly productive and desirable hybrid
third-person singular of nick
plural of nick
old nick
(Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell
Türkçe - İngilizce
to nick
in the nick