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İngilizce - Türkçe

Bu ev bir domuz ahırına benziyor. - This room looks like a pigsty.

Domuz gibi yemek yemeyin. - Don't eat like a pig.

{i} aynasız
domuz yavrusu
ham demir
pik demir
{f} yavrulamak (domuz)
{i} açgözlü tip
domuz gibi adam
pig it domuz gibi yaşamak
{i} pik
{i} hamdemir
{f} pislik içinde yaşamak
{i} pisboğaz tip
{i} k.dili. şırfıntı, yelloz
{f} ahır gibi yerde yaşamak
{i} külçe
{i} k.dili. obur
{i} k.dili. pis herif, domuz
pig Latin uydurma bir di
yavrulamak pig iron pik demiri
{i} iğrenç herif
radyoaktif atıkların konulduğu kurşun kap
(Çevre) pig
pig Latin
bozuk latince
pig iron
dökme demir
pig iron
pig iron
pik demiri
pig iron
pig iron
pik demir
pig it
domuz gibi yaşamak
pig head
domuz kafası
pig in a blanket
(Gıda) Beykına sarılmış, baharatlı sosis
pig in a poke
koru domuz
pig of a job
(deyim) İşin kurdu, işin ehli
pig out
(deyim) Tıka başa yemek
pig scale
domuz ölçek
pig skin
domuz cilt
pig Latin
bir tür kuşdili (Birinci ses kelimenin sonuna getirilir ve ay eklenir: igpay atinlay.)
pig bed
kum döşek (kalıp)
pig catcher
(Denizbilim) madraj
pig iron
demir külçesi
pig it
pislik içinde yaşamak
pig it
ahır gibi yerde yaşamak
pig lead
(Madencilik,Teknik) külçe kurşun
pig sausage
(Gıda) domuz sosisi
pig tin
külçe kalay
pig's arse!
(Argo) sana katılmıyorum
pig's arse!
(Argo) seninle aynı fikirde değilim
buy a pig in a poke
bir şeyi görmeden satın almak
buy a pig in a poke
görmeden almak
buy a pig in a poke
körü körüne almak
pig out
domuz gibi yemek
bessemer pig iron
bessemer fontu
buy a pig in a poke
gözü kapalı satın almak
fat as a pig
yağ tulumu gibi
guinea pig

Tom kobaylarla oynamayı reddetti. - Tom refused to play with the guinea pigs.

O, kobaylarına Blondie, Thumper ve Candy adını verdi. - He named his guinea pigs Blondie, Thumper, and Candy.

guinea pig
make a pig of oneself
domuz gibi yemek/içmek
make a pig's ear out of
yüzüne gözüne bulaştırmak
malleable pig iron
dövülebilir pik demir
domuz gibi
buy a pig in a poke
k. dili mali görmeden satın almak; koru körüne alışveriş etmek
eat like a pig
domuz gibi yemek
fat as a pig
şişman bir domuz gibi
forge pig
ham demir kütüğü
guinea pig
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guinea pig
Hint domuzu
guinea pig
Kobay faresi
guinea pig, type of small rodent
kobay, küçük kemirgen türü
in a pig's eye
Bir domuz gözde
long pig
Yiyecek olarak insan eti

They might just all become Long Pig served on a platter.

long pig
uzun domuz
make a pig of
domuz gibi yemek
make a pig of
çok yemek

Domuzlar kötü kokar ama çok iyi koku alma duyuları vardır. - Pigs smell bad, but they have a very good sense of smell.

Domuzlar ağılda değil. - The pigs are not in the pen.

suckling pig
domuz emme
to pig out
için domuz dışarı
to sweat like a pig
domuz gibi terlemekten
celebes warty pig
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) selebes yaban domuzu
coke pig
kok piki
electric pig
elektrik piki
flemish pig
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) flaman domuzu
make a pig of oneself
tıka basa yemek
make a pig of oneself
domuz gibi yemek
philippine warty pig
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) filipin yaban domuzu
piggishnessdomuz gibi oluş
{s} obur
{s} bencil
domuzluk etme
domuza benzer şekilde
{i} pisboğazlık
(isim) pisboğazlık
domuza benzerlik
sow in pig
gebe domuz
sucking pig
süt domuzu
sucking pig
yavru domuz
sweat like a pig
domuz gibi terlemek
sweat like a pig
çok terlemek
İngilizce - İngilizce
Someone who overeats or eats rapidly and noisily

You gluttonous pig! Now that you've eaten all the cupcakes, there will be none for the party!.

A police officer

The protester shouted, “Don't give in to the pigs!” as he was arrested.

a pigeon
a person who is obese to the extent of resembling such a mammal of the genus Sus
A dirty or slovenly person

He was a pig and his apartment a pigpen; take-away containers and pizza boxes in a long, moldy stream lined his counter tops.

to give birth

The black sow pigged at seven this morning.

The edible meat of such an animal; pork

Some religions prohibit their adherents from eating pig.

A difficult problem

Hrm...this one's a real pig: I've been banging my head against the wall over it for hours!.

The mold in which a block of metal is cast

The pig was cracked, and molten metal was oozing from the side.

A device for cleaning or inspecting the inside of an oil or gas pipeline, or for separating different substances within the pipeline. Named for the pig-like squealing noise made by their progress

Unfortunately, the pig sent to clear the obstruction got lodged in a tight bend, adding to the problem.

To greedily consume (especially food)

Wow, Doc. That's heavy. Denis sat there pigging on the joint as usual.

A young swine, a piglet
A block of cast metal

After the ill-advised trade, the investor was stuck with worthless options for 10,000 tons of iron pig.

Any of several mammals of the genus Sus, having cloven hooves, bristles and a nose adapted for digging; especially the domesticated farm animal Sus scrofa

The farmer kept a pen with two pigs that he fed from table scraps and field waste.

A nasty or disgusting person

She considered him a pig as he invariably stared at her bosom when they talked.

{v} to bring forth pigs, farrow, sleep, lay
{n} a young boar or sow, a mass of lead or iron
eat greedily; "he devoured three sandwiches"
live like a pig, in squalor
To huddle or lie together like pigs, in one bed
uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
emphasis If you say `pigs might fly' after someone has said that something might happen, you are emphasizing that you think it is very unlikely. `There's a chance he won't get involved in this, of course.' --- `And pigs might fly.'
give birth; "sows farrow"
disapproval If you call someone a pig, you think that they are unpleasant in some way, especially that they are greedy or unkind
n An animal (_Porcus omnivorus_) closely allied to the human race by the splendor and vivacity of its appetite, which, however, is inferior in scope, for it sticks at pig
n An animal (Porcus omnivorus) closely allied to the human race by the splendor and vivacity of its appetite, which, however, is inferior in scope, for it sticks at pig
To bring forth (pigs); to bring forth in the manner of pigs; to farrow
domestic swine
The young of swine, male or female; also, any swine; a hog
Any wild species of the genus Sus and related genera
In the forefeet of pigs is a very small hole, which may be seen when the hair has been carefully removed The tradition is that the legion of devils entered by these apertures There are also round it some six rings, the whole together not larger than a small spangle; they look as if burnt or branded into the skin, and the tradition is that they are the marks of the devil's claws when he entered the swine (Mark v 11-15) (See Christian Traditions ) Riding on a pig It was Jane, afterwards Duchess of Gordon, who, in 1770, undertook for a wager to ride down the High Street of Edinburgh, in broad day-light, on the back of a pig, and she won her bet Some men there are love not a gaping pig (Merchant of Venice, iv 1) Marshal d'Albert always fainted at the sight of a roast sucking pig (See Antipathy, Cat ) The same is said of Vaugheim, the renowned Hanoverian huntsman Keller used to faint at the sight of smoked bacon
A pig is a pink or black animal with short legs and not much hair on its skin. Pigs are often kept on farms for their meat, which is called pork, ham, bacon, or gammon. the grunting of the pigs. a pig farmer. see also guinea pig = hog
a crude block of metal (lead or iron) poured from a smelting furnace
mold consisting of a bed of sand in which pig iron is cast
a person regarded as greedy and pig-like
Domesticated in the Middle East around 7000 BC from the wild boar [sus scrofa scrofa], this animal was found over much of western Europe as it moved into the thicker wooded landscape after the last ice age Wild boar featured in the Mesolithic diet
A piggin
disapproval If you say that people are pigging themselves, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal. After pigging herself on ice cream she went upstairs
A greedy person; someone who overeats or eats rapidly and noisily
a metal casting used in remelting
a crude block of metal (lead or iron) poured from a smelting furnace live like a pig, in squalor
{f} give birth to piglets
To eat greedily (also pig out), or in a noisy or dirty fashion
A device with optional elastomer cups inserted into a pipeline to perform any one of a number of functions: cleaning, displacement, batching, or internal inspection It gets its name from the squealing noises the pipeline pigs made when first used
disapproval If you say that someone is making a pig of themselves, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal. I'm afraid I made a pig of myself at dinner. pigged pigging pig out to eat a lot of food all at once pig out on. Any wild or domestic even-toed ungulate (family Suidae) that is a stout-bodied, short-legged omnivore, with thick, sparsely bristled skin, a long mobile snout, small tail, and hooves with two functional and two nonfunctional digits. Pigs are native to European, Asian, and North African forests. Wild pigs use their tusklike teeth to forage and for defense; the teeth of domestic pigs, which were developed from wild pigs in Europe 1500 BC, are less developed. Pigs are regarded as highly intelligent. Domestic pigs are classified as lard (thick fat, carcass weighing at least 220 lbs, or 100 kg), bacon (carcass about 150 lbs, or 70 kg), and pork (carcass about 100 lbs, or 45 kg) pigs, depending on the principal product derived from them; they are also a source of leather. Today they are usually bred in almost complete confinement. See also boar, hog. wild pig guinea pig pig iron Bay of Pigs invasion
Crew Bar
a mechanical projectile used for cleaning hose
Another name for the pommel horse
{i} hog, swine; cast iron; police officer, cop (Derogatory Slang)
(The) was held sacred by the ancient Cretans, because Jupiter was suckled by a sow; it was immolated in the mysteries of Eleusis; was sacrificed to Hercules, to Venus, the Lares (2 syl ), and all those who sought relief from bodily ailments The sow was sacrificed to Ceres (2 syl ), “because it taught men to turn up the earth;” and in Egypt it was slain on grand weddings on account of its fecundity
An oblong mass of cast iron, lead, or other metal
a coarse obnoxious person
One who is hoggish; a greedy person
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pig Latin
A type of wordplay in which (English) words are altered by moving the leading phonetic of a word to the end and appending -ay - however, if the word begins with a vowel then "-way" is suffixed. For example, "please be quiet or I'll cry" becomes "ease-play e-bay iet-quay or-way I'll-way y-cray"
pig bed
a mold, made in a bed of sand, in which pig iron is cast; a pig
pig dog
To surf in the pig dog stance (above)

2003: Pig dogging from the take-off is easier than surfing along the wave, lining up a section, grabbing the rail and setting up the tube. — Taj Burrow’s Book of Hot Surfing, edited by Sam McIntosh, Rollingyouth Press, 2003, ISBN 0975070606, page 119.

pig dog
A dog bred to hunt wild pigs and boars, typically based on breeds such as Staffordshire Terrier and English Bull Terrier
pig dog
A stance used for surfing tubes on one’s backhand. The surfer crouches low over a bent front knee, back leg extending back, outside hand holding onto the outside rail, and inside arm extended upwards touching the face of the wave as a guide (or digging in to slow down)
pig dog
a contemptible or worthless person

You don’t frighten us, English pig-dogs!.

pig flu
swine influenza
pig fuckers
plural form of pig fucker
pig in a blanket
A (generally pork) sausage wrapped in bacon, most common at Christmas
pig in a poke
Something whose true value is concealed or unknown, especially something offered for sale
pig in the middle
monkey in the middle
pig iron
A type of crude iron shaped like a block. Pig iron is commonly used as a raw material in industry
pig it
To live slovenly, in squalor
pig lead
unrefined lead, cast in blocks (in pigs)
pig out
To eat voraciously or ravenously; to gorge oneself

They watched the game and pigged out on chips and pizza.

pig run
The open area of a pigsty
pig run
The running of a pig through an oil or gas pipeline
pig sticker
A specialized knife used to slaughter a pig by stabbing it in the throat
pig's trotter
the foot of a pig cooked as food
pig-nose turtle
The Australasian pig-nose turtle
pig-nose turtles
plural form of pig-nose turtle
pig-nosed turtle
A variant form of pig-nose turtle
The action of such eating
Alternative spelling of pig out
Alternative spelling of pig run
pig iron
raw iron, unrefined iron
pig in a blanket
(Gıda) a kind of hot dog
pig in a blanket
(Gıda) oysters etc. cooked in strips of bacon
pig out
(deyim) Gorge oneself with food
pig out
The act or an instance of voracious eating by a person or group
pig Latin
{i} secret language or wordplay formed from English by moving the first consonants to the end of the words and adding the extra "ay" syllables (for example "pig Latin" in pig Latin language is "igpay atinlay")
pig Latin
A jargon systematically formed by the transposition of the initial consonant to the end of the word and the suffixation of an additional syllable, as igpay atinlay for pig Latin
pig bed
mold consisting of a bed of sand in which pig iron is cast
pig bed
A bed of sand in which pigs of iron is cast
pig farm
{i} piggery, farm for raising, farm used for keeping pigs
pig in a poke
something that is offered in such a way that its true value is hidden (particularly its lack of value)
pig iron
(Cast iron) Hard, brittle iron produced by melting ore in a blast furnace pig iron can be cast into objects like cannon, shot, and stove plates The iron bars laid out on the casting floor resembled suckling piglets about a larger trench that was called a "sow" Cast iron bars came in two sizes, a pig and a sow
pig iron
Crude, high-carbon iron produced by reduction of iron ore in a blast furnace
pig iron
Crude iron cast in blocks. a form of iron that is not pure. Crude iron obtained directly from the blast furnace and cast in molds (see cast iron). The crude ingots, called pigs, are then remelted along with scrap and alloying elements and recast into molds to produce various iron and steel products (see Bessemer process, finery process, puddling process)
pig iron
A common term for cast iron or cast iron ingots The term originated from the practice of casting ingots in triangular section troughs cut in the sand floor of foundires A central trough fed smaller molds on its side like suckling pigs Thus "pig iron"
pig iron
The product of the blast furnace The term was derived from the method of casting the bars of the pig iron in depressions or moulds formed in the sand floor adjacent to the furnace These were connected to a runner (known as a sow) and when filled with metal the runner and the numerous smaller moulds were supposed to resemble a litter of suckling pigs, hence the term pig iron
pig iron
crude iron tapped from a blast furnace
pig lead
lead that is cast in pigs
pig lead
Crude lead cast in blocks
pig out
{f} (Slang) overeat, eat too much
pig out
overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself; "She stuffed herself at the dinner"; "The kids binged on icecream"
pig's ears
an edible agaric with a brown fruiting body that is often compound
disapproval If you describe someone as pig-headed, you are critical of them because they refuse to change their mind about things, and you think they are unreasonable. She, in her pig-headed way, insists that she is right and that everyone else is wrong. = stubborn, obstinate + pig-headedness pig-headedness I am not sure whether this was courage or pig-headedness
Anthony pig
The favourite or smallest pig in the litter. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)

*English Chronicle, Cotton. MS., Claudius, A. viii., f. 7 10. An Anthony pig was the smallest or favourite of the little, so tame that it would follow people in the hope of food.

Australasian pig-nose turtle
A species of soft-shelled turtle native to freshwater streams, lagoons and rivers of the Northern Territory of Australia and of southern New Guinea
Australasian pig-nose turtles
plural form of Australasian pig-nose turtle
Porky Pig
The animated pig cartoon character created by Mel Blanc that appeared in Warner Brothers' Looney Tunes
Porky Pig
Speaking with a stutter
blind pig
A police officer who has been bribed to ignore illegal activities
blind pig
a blind tiger or speakeasy
bush pig
A South African pig, Potamochoerus porcus, having tufts of hair on its face
bush pig
An unattractive looking woman

I'll cut the boring intro as to how I ended up showing the glorious sites of Brisbane to these three fat, ugly bush pigs.''.

dish pig
A dish washer, ie. a person who does that job (at a restaurant or similar)

2003: A dish pig washes dishes for a living. — Steve Baker review of Rob Longstaff Ten Tracks At A Reasonable Price, at the Australian Broadcasting Commission.

eat like a pig
To chew noisily, with one's mouth open, or with much greed
fat as a pig
Exceptionally fat. Fat to the extent of resembling a pig. Morbidly obese
A hedgehog
go to Putney on a pig
minced oath for go to hell

Go to Putney on a pig, you bleeding twerp!.

guinea pig
A living experimental subject

He became a human guinea pig and was paid by the company.

guinea pig
A tailless rodent of the Cavia genus, with short ears and larger than a hamster; the species Cavia porcellus is often kept as a pet
Attributive form of guinea pig, noun
happy as a pig in shit
Extremely happy, visibly happy and carefree
in a pig's eye
Very unlikely; probably never
kalua pig
Pig that has been cooked using the kalua cooking method, usually in an imu
like a pig in clover
Alternative form of in clover
long pig
Human flesh used by cannibals as meat

While Melanesian cannibals make long pig, barbecuing enemies, legal and political cannibals in San Francisco put a beautiful wealthy woman, Penny Penny Hill, on trial for murder.

make a pig's ear of
To do badly; to make a mess of

Instead, he had lain awake for hours, knowing he'd made a pig's ear of everything, and trying to think of a way to sort things out.

The action of the verb to pig
Present participle of pig
Damned (used as a mild intensive)

I can't get this pigging computer to work.

Resembling a pig as being unpleasant or unclean
greedy or gluttonous
The quality of being like a pig in one's character; greediness, boorishness, or obstinacy

The old man's stubborn piggishness kept him from acknowledging that his wife was a better driver than he, even after his license was revoked.

potbellied pig
a small Vietnamese domesticated pig, sometimes kept as a pet
rig pig
A worker on an oil rig; a roughneck

You are truly a fucking champion and thank you for bringing a smile to a rig pig's wife!.

squeal like a stuck pig
To utter loud, high-pitched squeals
sweat like a pig
To sweat profusely, to be perspiring lots of sweat
tantony pig
The favourite or smallest pig in the litter. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)

A “Tantony pig” is the smallest of a litter, a detail that might recall Antonio's description of himself in Shakespeare's play as the “tainted wether of the flock.

whistle pig
the woodchuck
wrestle with a pig
To engage in a struggle with an opponent that benefits from the struggle even without winning it

While I was at the Dartmouth Review, we used to tell the deans that taking on our campus paper was like wrestling with a pig. Not only did it get everyone dirty, but the pig liked it!.

year of the pig
one of the twelve Chinese astrological years
happy as a pig in the shit
(deyim) Extremely happy, visibly happy and carefree (UK, slang, simile, vulgar)
long pig
A translation of a term formerly used in some Pacific Islands for human flesh as food
A small inlet of the Caribbean Sea on the southern coast of western Cuba. It was the site of an ill-fated invasion on April 17, 1961, when a force of 1,500 U.S.-trained guerrilla troops landed in an attempt to overthrow the government of Fidel Castro
ate like a pig
overate, ate greedily, gluttonized, gorged
bought a pig in a poke
bought something that one did not know what it was
bush pig
A hog (Potamochoerus porcus) of southern Africa, having long tufts of hair on the face and ears
buy a pig in a poke
buy something without been seen in advance
cinder pig
pig iron containing a substantial proportion of slag
disapproval pig out
If you say that people are pigging out, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal. I stopped pigging out on chips and crisps
fat as a pig
very fat
guinea pig
a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures; someone who is an object of investigation; "the subjects for this investigation were selected randomly"; "the cases that we studied were drawn from two different communities"
guinea pig
{i} type of small rodent; subject of an experiment
guinea pig
If someone is used as a guinea pig in an experiment, something is tested on them that has not been tested on people before. a human guinea pig Nearly 500,000 pupils are to be guinea pigs in a trial run of the new 14-plus exams
guinea pig
A guinea pig is a small furry animal without a tail. Guinea pigs are often kept as pets. Domesticated species (Cavia porcellus) of South American cavy (family Caviidae). It resembles most other cavies in being stout, short-legged, and about 10 in. (25 cm) long. It has small ears, no external tail, and a coat that is black, tan, cream-coloured, brown, white, or a combination of these colours. Hair length and texture vary among varieties. It feeds largely on grass and other green plants. Domesticated in pre-Incan times, it was introduced into Europe in the early 16th century. It is a popular pet and a valuable research animal
guinea pig
stout-bodied nearly tailless domesticated cavy; often kept as a pet and widely used in research
in a pig's eye
very unlikely
like a pig
greedy, sloppy, piggish
made a pig of himself
acted like a pig, ate like a pig, ate voraciously
male chauvinist pig
man who thinks of women as inferior and discriminates against them by applying to them stereotyped ideas of female inadequacy
mine pig
pig iron made entirely from ore
present participle of pig
{s} resembling a pig, hoggish, resembling a swine; messy, filthy, dirty
Relating to, or like, a pig; greedy
resembling swine; coarsely gluttonous or greedy; "piggish table manners"; "the piggy fat-cheeked little boy and his porcine pot-bellied father"; "swinish slavering over food"
rudely, in a vulgar manner
In a piggish manner
in a piggish manner; "piggishly, he took two pieces of cake
The quality of being like a pig in ones character; greediness, boorishness, or obstinacy
{i} resemblance to a pig, hoggishness; filthiness, dirtiness
plural of pig
potbellied pig
A small domesticated pig native to Vietnam, often raised as a house pet, having a saddle-shaped back and usually dark coloration
sea pig
A porpoise or dolphin
sea pig
A dugong
sucking pig
an unweaned piglet
water pig
The capybara
water pig
The gourami
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Çevre) pig
pig istasyonu
(İnşaat) pigging station