nuts

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İngilizce - Türkçe
s., argo
{i} taşaklar
{i} hayalar
sert kabuklu yemişler

Tom'un yer fıstığı hariç sert kabuklu yemişlere alerjisi vardır. - Tom is allergic to nuts, but not peanuts.

E vitamini bakımından zengin gıdalar koyu yeşil yapraklı sebzeler, fasulye, sert kabuklu yemişler ve tam taneli hububatları içermektedir. - Foods rich in vitamin E include dark-green, leafy vegetables, beans, nuts and whole-grain cereals.

(Gıda) sert kabuklu meyveler
(Argo) üşütük
çerez

Sincap bütün çerezi yedi. - The squirrel ate all the nuts.

Konuklar bütün çerezi yedi. - The guests ate all the nuts.

eğlencelik
çılgınlık

Senin annen altı dil konuşuyor - Bu çılgınlık. - Your mom speaks six languages — that's nuts.

çatlak
kaçık
deli

Fikrimi söylediğim son kişi deli olduğumu düşündü. - The last person I told my idea to thought I was nuts.

Tom'un deli olduğunu sanmıyorum. - I don't think Tom is nuts.

{ü} illallah
{ü} halt etmişsin
lanet
argo deli
{ü} asla
baş/deli/somun/fındık
çılgın

Senin annen altı dil konuşuyor - Bu çılgınlık. - Your mom speaks six languages — that's nuts.

Sanırım çılgın olduğumu düşünüyorsun. - I suppose you think I'm nuts.

somun

Tom somunları sıkıştırdı. - Tom tightened the nuts.

yumurta
nut
fındık

Biz ağaçtan fındıkları salladık. - We shook nuts from the tree.

Delia'nın onlara allerjisi olduğu için bu yemek tarifinden fındıkları çıkarttım. - I've left out the nuts in this recipe because Delia's allergic to them.

nuts and bolts
Bir işteki pratik ayrıntılar
nuts-and-bolts
Birşeyin nasıl olduğu, nasıl çalıştığı ve şaire üzerine temel, kullanışlı bilgiler
nuts to you
halt etmişsin
nuts with nylon inserts
fiber contalı somun
nut
{i} somun

Bu civata bu somuna uyuyor. - This bolt fits this nut.

Somunu vidalamadan önce ona bir pul koyun. - Before you screw on the nut, put a washer on it.

nut
ceviz

Ceviz, badem, fındık, fıstık ve çam fıstığı, kuru meyvelerdir. - Walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios and pine nuts are dry fruits.

Hayatımda hiç böyle bir çetin ceviz görmedim. - I've never seen such a tough nut.

nut
(Argo) aptal
are you nuts or what?
(deyim) manyak mısın nesin?
are you nuts or what?
(deyim) rahatsız mısın nesin?
dried fruits and nuts
(Gıda) yemiş
dried nuts
kuruyemiş
dried nuts and fruits
(Gıda) kuruyemiş
go nuts
(Argo) üşütmek
go nuts
sapıtmak
go nuts
tozutmak
having nuts
somunlu
nut
cıvata somunu
nut
bağlantı somunu
nut
(Gıda) fıstık

Ceviz, badem, fındık, fıstık ve çam fıstığı, kuru meyvelerdir. - Walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios and pine nuts are dry fruits.

Sincaplar gömdükleri fıstıkların sadece dörtte birini bulurlar. - Squirrels only find a quarter of the nuts that they bury.

nut
kuru yemiş
nut
(Argo) sersem
nut
üşütük
nut
kapçık meyve
nut
kelle
nut
civata somunu
nut
başlık
nut
(Argo) kafasız
nut
sert kabuklu yemiş

E vitamini bakımından zengin gıdalar koyu yeşil yapraklı sebzeler, fasulye, sert kabuklu yemişler ve tam taneli hububatları içermektedir. - Foods rich in vitamin E include dark-green, leafy vegetables, beans, nuts and whole-grain cereals.

Tom'un sert kabuklu yemişlere allerjisi vardır. - Tom is allergic to nuts.

nut
ceviz gibi kabuklu yemiş
nut
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yerfıstığı
nut
(Argo) kuş beyinli
nut
vida
rice wafers stuffed with nuts
güllaç
sweet pastry with nuts
baklava
wheel nuts
tekerlek bijon civatası
nut
delice sevme
drive nuts
deli et
for nuts
hiç
from soup to nuts
iğneden ipliğe kadar
nut
hasta

Neden Tom'u bir akıl hastanesine koydular? - Why did they put Tom in a nuthouse?

Bu bir akıl hastanesi değil, bu bir psikiyatri hastanesi. - It's not a nuthouse, it's a psychiatric hospital.

nut
hayran

Tom sincaplara hayran. - Tom is nuts about squirrels.

nut
çatlak

Tom tam bir çatlaktır. - Tom is a total nutcase.

nut
vida somunu
nut
saksı
nut
taşak
nut
baş

Delilerden başka kimse bu müziği dinlemez. - Nobody listens to this music except nuts.

nut
kab

Bir hindistan cevizi kabuklu bir yemiş değildir. - A coconut is not a nut.

Tom'un sert kabuklu yemişlere allerjisi vardır. - Tom is allergic to nuts.

nut
düşkün
nut
kuru meyve bot
anthracite nuts
antrasit fındık
drive me nuts
Beni deli sürücü
drive someone nuts
(deyim) Birini çıldırtmak, deli etmek
drive someone nuts
Çıldırtmak
for nuts
fındık için
o be nuts for
o olmak fındık için
pine nuts
cam fıstığı
the nuts and bolts
somun ve cıvata
to go nuts
çıldırmak üzere
assorted nuts
(Gıda) karışık kuruyemiş
assorted nuts
(Gıda) çeşitli kuruyemiş
be nuts
delirmek
be nuts
delisi olmak
be nuts
aklını oynatmış olmak, kafadan kontak olmak
be nuts
çıldırmak
be nuts
kafayı çizmek
be nuts about
-in hayranı olmak, -e deli olmak
be nuts about
-in delisi olmak
beer nuts
çerez
can i have more nuts
biraz daha fıstık alabilir miyim
compressor nuts
(Otomotiv) sıkıştırıcı somunlar
drive smb. nuts
deli etmek
drive smb. nuts
çıldırtmak
drive smb. nuts
delirtmek
flange bolts and nuts
sıkma taban başlı cıvata
from soup to nuts
a'dan z'ye kadar
go nuts
kafayı yemek
nut
fındık ve ceviz gibi sert kabuklu yemiş
nut
{i} kaçık

Tom tam bir kaçıktır. - Tom is a total nutcase.

nut
{i} k.dili. çatlak kimse, kafadan kontak kimse
nut
{i} kafa

Tom kafayı komplo teorileriyle bozmuş biri. - Tom is a conspiracy nut.

nut
{i} çılgın

Sanırım çılgın olduğumu düşünüyorsun. - I suppose you think I'm nuts.

Senin annen altı dil konuşuyor - Bu çılgınlık. - Your mom speaks six languages — that's nuts.

nut
nut coal ceviz iriliğinde madenkömürü
nut
ceviz veya fındık toplamak
nut
ceviz toplamak
nut
{i} sap (çalgı)
nut
kapçık meyve bot
nut
kabuklu yemiş

E vitamini bakımından zengin gıdalar koyu yeşil yapraklı sebzeler, fasulye, sert kabuklu yemişler ve tam taneli hububatları içermektedir. - Foods rich in vitamin E include dark-green, leafy vegetables, beans, nuts and whole-grain cereals.

Tom'un yer fıstığı hariç sert kabuklu yemişlere alerjisi vardır. - Tom is allergic to nuts, but not peanuts.

nut
fındık toplamak

Hayvanlar fındık toplamakla meşguldü. - The animals were busy collecting nuts.

nut
{i} mak. somun
nut
{i} (Botanik) kapçık meyve
nut
argo kafa
nut
ABD
nut
(İnşaat) somun O
nut
nutbrown fındık veya kestane renginde
nut
argo çatlak kimse
the nuts and bolts
(deyim) the nuts and bolts (of sth.) gerekli,pratik ayrintilar
transmission nuts
(Otomotiv) şanzıman takozları
İngilizce - İngilizce
Signifies rejection of a proposal or idea, as in forget it, no way, or nothing doing
Crazy, mad; unusually pleased or, alternatively, angered

The referee made a bad call against the home team and the crowd went nuts.

Testicles

Ohhh, he just got kicked in the nuts!.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nut
plural form of nut
Insane, mad

After living on the island alone for five years, he eventually went nuts.

Indicates annoyance, anger, or disappointment

Nuts! They didn't even listen to what I had to say.

A hand that can be proven unbeatable even when the hand's holder does not know any of the cards the other poker players involved in a hand hold or held
A dry fruit consisting of an edible kernel or meat enclosed in a woody or leathery shell Native varieties could include chestnut, walnut, butternut, and hickory The Physic nut from the West Indies was tried in this period (Jatropha Curcas)
Removable metal pieces of protection that one wedges in cracks or crevices They get their name from the fact that the original nuts (which also describes the pioneering climbers that used them) were large machine nuts with webbing tied through the center hole Also known as chocks
Is an acronym for the UK nomenclature of Territorial Units NUTS areas are used to determine eligibility for European Structural Funding so changes to their structure are a significant progression towards Agenda 2000 Territorial Units are split into four grouping by size
The best possible hand at any point of the game A hand that cannot be beat
crazy or insane, not in your right mind
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
{s} crazy, insane; excited, enthusiastic (Slang)
The nuts is the best possible hand This makes most sense in flop games like hold'em, where the community cards make the nuts pretty much the same for everyone An exception is when your hole cards make a better hand impossible If the board is AAK52, the nuts would be AA to an observer, but a player with AK would effectively hold the nuts (assuming the 2 and 5 didn't share a suit with one of the A's) In hold'em, the nuts is never less than trips "Nut xxx" is used to refer to the best hand of a particular type, especially a straight or flush If the table described above had the AK2 of spades, the nut flush would be the queen and any other spade
{ü} shucks!, drat! (expression of dismay or disappointment)
insane
A hand that can be proven unbeatable even when the hands holder does not know what the opponents secret cards are
(n ) a flared piece of metal placed into a bottle neck constriction as a means of protection
{i} testicles, gonads (Slang)
The best possible hand given the board If the board is Ks-Jd-Ts-4s-2h, then As-Xs is the nuts You will occasionally hear the term applied to the best possible hand of a certain category, even though it isn't the overall nuts For the above example, somebody with Ah-Qc in the above hand might say they had the "nut straight"
plural of nut
n a flared piece of metal placed into a bottle neck constriction as a means of protection
(n ) a flared piece of metal placed into a bottle kneck constriction as a means of protection
third-person singular of nut
nertz
nuts and bolts
The basic, inner workings of something; the fundamentals or basics; that which makes something operate, on a basic level

It's really not so hard, once you know the nuts and bolts of the editing process.

nuts and volts
A monthly American magazine for the hands-on hobbyist, design engineer, technician, and experimenter. It has been published by T&L Publications since 1980 and leans heavily toward microcontroller and digital electronics projects
nuts and bolts
(Slang) The basic working components or practical aspects: “ (proposing) lofty goals without specifying the nuts and bolts of how they are to be achieved.”
Nuts and Bolts
basic parts, fundamental facts
nuts about
crazy about, really like
nuts about him
{i} crazy about him, ga-ga over him
nuts and bolts
detailed practical information about how something works or how something can be accomplished
Brazil nuts
plural form of Brazil nut
I'm allergic to nuts
Indicates that the speaker has an allergy to nuts
Queensland nuts
plural form of Queensland nut
barrel nuts
plural form of barrel nut
beer nuts
plural form of beer nut
cashew nuts
plural form of cashew nut
castle nuts
plural form of castle nut
from soup to nuts
From the first course of a meal to the last
from soup to nuts
From beginning to end; throughout
go nuts
To become mad

Yeah, I sometimes go nuts when people try and write on my stuff.

go nuts
Go ahead; feel free

Can we play in the garden? Sure, go nuts..

goes nuts
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of go nuts
gone nuts
Simple past tense and past participle of go nuts
macadamia nuts
plural form of macadamia nut
mixed nuts
A mixture of shelled nuts of various types

US standard of identity A mixture of: shelled peanuts (optional); at least four types of shelled tree nuts (or at least three, if the container for sale contains less than two ounces and is transparent), each in a proportion of at least two percent; and, optionally, other functional ingredients. No one type of nuts may comprise more than eighty percent of the mixture.

nut
A hard-shelled seed
nut
To ejaculate (semen)
nut
A crazy person
nut
An extreme enthusiast, such as a gun nut or car nut
nut
To hit deliberately with the head; to headbutt
nut
(Discuss() this sense) Relating to the nuts, the best possible hand on a given board
nut
A stash of money owned by an extremely rich investor, sufficient to sustain a high level of consumption if all other money is lost
nut
En, a unit of measurement equal to half of the height of the type in use
nut
The head
nut
A testicle
pine nuts
plural form of pine nut
soup-to-nuts
Comprehensive; complete; covering all of something

Their soup-to-nuts approach left us with few questions.

went nuts
Present participle of go nuts
nut
{v} to go a nutting, to gather nuts
nut
{n} a fruit in a shell, a part of a screw
drive someone nuts
(deyim) Excite someone to the point that he or she goes out of his or her mind; to drive someone crazy

You're driving me nuts with that kind of talk!.

California nuts
various kinds of nuts grown in California
Nut
note
chocolate with nuts
chocolate which contains any of a variety of nuts
drove him nuts
drove him crazy, made him mad, caused him to go insane
go nuts
go mad, go crazy, become insane
lug nuts
(Otomotiv) The nuts that hold the wheel onto the vehicle. You must remove them with a lug wrench to change tires
mixed nuts
mixture of different types of nuts
nut
If you talk about the nuts and bolts of a subject or an activity, you are referring to the detailed practical aspects of it rather than abstract ideas about it. He's more concerned about the nuts and bolts of location work. the National Union of Teachers one of the main professional trade unions which represents teachers in England and Wales, in both government and private schools. nutted nutting to hit someone with your head = headbutt. In Egyptian religion, a goddess of the sky. She represented the vault of the heavens and was often depicted as a woman arched over the earth god Geb. Nut was believed to swallow the sun in the evening and to give birth to it again in the morning. She was sometimes portrayed as a cow, the form she took to carry the sun god, Re, on her back to the sky. On five days preceding the New Year, Nut gave birth successively to the deities Osiris, Horus, Seth, Isis, and Nephthys. Dry, hard, one-seeded fruit consisting of a kernel, usually oily, surrounded by a hard or brittle shell that does not split open at maturity. Nuts include chestnuts, filberts, and walnuts; but other so-called nuts are botanically seeds (Brazil nut, pistachio), legumes (peanut), or drupes (almond and coconut). Most edible nuts are well known as dessert nuts. Some nuts are sources of oil or fat. Not all nuts are edible; some are used for ornament. In technology, a fastening device consisting of a square or hexagonal block, usually of metal, with a hole in the centre having internal, or female, threads that fit on the male threads of an associated bolt or screw. Bolts or screws with nuts are widely used for fastening machine and structural components. See also fastener. Brazil nut kola nut cola nut
nut
feelings If you are nuts about something or someone, you like them very much. She's nuts about you
nut
Goddess of the sky, her body stretched across from horizon to horizon, and she gave birth to the sun each morning and swallowed it each night She was supported by her father Shu, god of the air Married Geb and gave birth to Seth, Isis, Osiris and Nepthys, the gods of ancient Egyptian mythology
nut
A perforated block (usually a small piece of metal), provided with an internal or female screw thread, used on a bolt, or screw, for tightening or holding something, or for transmitting motion
nut
Nut foods Pasta Pasta foods Pastry Pastry foods Pate Appetizer foods
nut
Egyptian goddess of the sky
nut
{f} gather nuts
nut
If someone goes nuts, or in British English does their nut, they become extremely angry. My father would go nuts if he saw bruises on me We heard your sister doing her nut
nut
the winged sky goddess; as a woman arching over the earth she is the personification of the vault of the heavens
nut
The guide at the top of the fret board through which the strings pass after coming from the tuning pegs This is set-up to provide the required spacing between the strings down the length of the fret board This may be made from plastic, graphite or bone In the case of guitars with serious floating tremolo bars this may have a feature that clamps onto the strings to prevent them from moving and going out of tune, it is then called a locking nut
nut
of lst Bolt
nut
a small (usually square or hexagonal) metal block with internal screw thread to be fitted onto a bolt
nut
If you describe someone as, for example, a football nut or a health nut, you mean that they are extremely enthusiastic about the thing mentioned. a football nut who spends thousands of pounds travelling to watch games. = fanatic
nut
the screw at the base of the fiddle bow stick that tightens the bow hairs
nut
one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens; "she kicked him in the balls and got away"
nut
Something that never fits on the above
nut
Section where the strings are held tightly near the headstock
nut
hard, dry fruit with an outer husk that sometimes does not split open readily and an inner shell that is papery to woody
nut
The amount of money necessary to set up some venture; set-up costs
nut
The tumbler of a gunlock
nut
a dried seed or fruit with a hard shell
nut
On string instruments such as guitars and violins, the small piece at the peghead end of the fingerboard that holds the strings at the proper spacing and, in most cases, the proper height
nut
consisting of a hard and indehiscent shell inclosing a kernel
nut
The sky goddess, Nut, was believed to give birth to the Sun each morning in a daily affirmation of life over death Through her union with Geb, Father Earth, Nut was also said to have given birth to the divine couples Osiris and Isis, and Seth and Nephthys, the gods who embody the forces of life, death, and rebirth
nut
disapproval If you refer to someone as a nut, you mean that they are mad. There's some nut out there with a gun
nut
An insane person
nut
A 1-seeded hard and bony fruit
nut
A curved strip of wood or metal fastened to the wrestplank The strings rest on it and are maintained in positions by nut pins
nut
Goddess of the sky
nut
sky goddess whose body made up the heavens; she swallowed the sun god Re every night, and he was reborn from her womb every morning She was the wife of Geb, the god of the earth
nut
half the width of an em
nut
a hard, dry, single-seeded fruit which does not open at maturity
nut
a whimsically eccentric person
nut
The firm shelled fruit of some trees and bushes are called nuts. Some nuts can be eaten. Nuts and seeds are good sources of vitamin E. see also groundnut, hazelnut, peanut
nut
National Union of Teachers
nut
(n) An internally threaded device used on the ends of threaded fasteners to join materials Nuts are an alternative to threading the part itself and are often paired with a washer to assist in distributing the pressure and/or securing the nut
nut
Usually made of bone or hard plastic, the nut sits on the end of the neck before the headstock It is the same distance from the 12th fret as the saddle on the bridge It creates the end of the vibrating string on the body The width at the nut refers to the "size" of the nut determines the width of the neck where it nut is located A larger width means that the strings will be farther apart A classical and flamenco guitar usually has a 52mm-54mm the steel string guitar is smaller
nut
Dry, non-splitting fruit with a woody or leathery shell surrounding a single seed(kernel) (e g , Hazel nut)
nut
{i} dry fruit contained in a shell; hard fruit of certain plants; square or hexagonal threaded metal piece which fastens onto a screw to secure it; person who is enthusiastic, buff; insane person (Slang); head of a person (Slang); operating expenses to be recovered for launching a movie or play (Slang)
nut
To gather nuts
nut
someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction; "a golf addict"; "a car nut"; "a news junkie"
nut
a small metal piece with a hole in the center that fits over a bolt or over the end of a bolt
nut
The fruit of certain trees and shrubs as of the almond, walnut, hickory, beech, filbert, etc
nut
The piece of plastic, bone, ivory, or graphite across which the strings must pass when they move from the neck to the headstock
nut
usually large hard-shelled seed
nut
A fastener: a piece of metal, usually square or hexagonal in shape, with a hole through it having machined internal threads, intended to be screwed onto a bolt or other threaded shaft
nut
A projection on each side of the shank of an anchor, to secure the stock in place
nut
A hard-walled, one-seeded fruit that does not split spontaneously (e g , hazelnut)
nut
a small (usually square or hexagonal) metal block with internal screw thread to be fitted onto a bolt Egyptian goddess of the sky usually large hard-shelled seed
nut
If you say that someone goes nuts or is nuts, you mean that they go crazy or are very foolish. You guys are nuts A number of the French players went nuts, completely out of control
nut
refer to En
nut
A nut is a thick metal ring which you screw onto a metal rod called a bolt. Nuts and bolts are used to hold things such as pieces of machinery together. If you want to repair the wheels you just undo the four nuts. nuts and bolts that haven't been tightened up
pine nuts
Also pignoli nuts, small, pellet-shaped nuts Expensive (wonderfully sweet and rich) little nuts that come from a large pinecone of Italy May substitute slivered almonds The Southwestern Pignons are similar
pine nuts
The blanched seeds from pine cones Other names are: Indian nut, piñon, pignoli, and pignolia Recipe: Chicken with Pine NutsNutrient Content
pine nuts
seeds from the pine cones of certain evergreens; their mild, pinelike flavor is enhanced by toasting
roasted nuts
nuts that are toasted over a fire
roasting nuts
toasting nuts over a fire
soup nuts
small baked bits of wheat (similar to crackers) that are eaten in soup
that drives me nuts
that makes me crazy, that drives me insane
went nuts
went insane, lost his mind
nuts

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    nʌts

    Telaffuz

    /ˈnəts/ /ˈnʌts/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'n&t ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English nute, note, from Old English hnutu; akin to Old High German nuz nut and perhaps to Latin nux nut.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    nuts and bolts

    Videolar

    ... But these people are proverbial health nuts. ...
    ... ARE YOU NUTS? YOU DON'T OUTRANK JACK. ...

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