pulling

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İngilizce - Türkçe
görkemli
çeken

Polis, sahnenin arkasında sicim çeken biri olduğunu söylüyor. - The police say there's someone pulling string behind the scenes.

Ben araba çeken bir at gördüm. - I saw a horse pulling a cart.

pull
çekmek

Tom'un tetiği çekmek için cesareti yoktu. - Tom didn't have the courage to pull the trigger.

Bahçedeki yabani otları çekmek onun işi. - It's his job to pull the weeds in the garden.

pulling out
sökme
pulling away
uzağa çekme
pulling for
için çekme
pulling one's leg
kafaya almak, dalga geçmek
pulling one's leg
(deyim) kafalamak
pulling one's leg
Kafa bulmak
pulling rank
(birinin üzerinde) otoritesini kullanmak. pull rank (on someone) mevkiini istismar etmek. (birinin üzerinde) otoritesini kullanmak
pulling rope
halat çekme
pulling someones leg
birileri dalga
pulling the leg
bacak çekme
pulling anchorage
çekme bağlantısı
pulling capacity
(Askeri) çekme kapasitesi
pulling one side
yana çekme
pulling smb.'s leg
dalga geçme
pulling speed
çekme hızı
pull
{i} çekme

Yağmur yağarsa ve toprak nemli olursa, otları çekmek daha kolay olur. - When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.

Tom'un tetiği çekmek için cesareti yoktu. - Tom didn't have the courage to pull the trigger.

pull
{i} çekim

Matematiksel hesaplamalar yoluyla Le Verrier Uranüsün ötesindeki başka gezegenin varlığını tahmin etti. Bu gezegenin yer çekimi Uranüsün sıradışı hareketini açıkladı. - Through mathematical calculations, Le Verrier predicted the presence of another planet beyond Uranus. The gravitational pull of this planet would explain the unusual motion of Uranus.

pull
{i} çekicilik
pull
{i} harekete geçirme
pull
{f} 1. çekmek: Six dogs were pulling the sled. Kızağı altı köpek çekiyordu. Who pulled the trigger? Tetiği çeken kimdi? Don't pull that rope! O
hair pulling
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) saç çekme
pull
{i} çekiş
pull
deneme baskısı
pull
tutamak
pull
flanş
pull
(Askeri) lava etmek
pull
prova baskı
pull
desteklemek
pull
tutamaç
pull
yük çekmek
pull
fırt
pull
toplamak
pull
(Bilgisayar) iste
pull
elcik
cable pulling device
koblo çekme tertibatı
capillary pulling force
kılcal çekme kuvveti
magnetron pulling
manyetron çekmesi
pull
çekiştirmek
pull
çek

Benim bahçemdeki yabani otları çekmek için bir alete ihtiyacım var. - I need a tool for pulling weeds in my garden.

Yağmur yağarsa ve toprak nemli olursa, otları çekmek daha kolay olur. - When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.

pull
kısa sandal gezintisi
pull
yudum
pull
etki

Otobüs şoförü, Tom'un bilet ücreti için elli dolar uzatmasından etkilenmedi. - The bus driver was not impressed when Tom pulled out a $50 note to pay his fare.

pull
yolmak
pull
nüfuz
pull
iltimas
frequency pulling
frekans sürüklenmesi
pull
pullde
pull
çekemez
tooth pulling
diş çekme
capillary pulling force
kapiler çekme kuvveti
pull
arka çıkma
pull
kürek çekmek
pull
kayırma
pull
asılma
pull
asılmak
pull
nefes çekmek
pull
hareket etmek
pull
zorlu tırmanış
pull
gelmek
pull
koparmak
pull
{f} kalkmak (araba)
pull
bir yudum içmek
pull
{i} torpil

Tom muhtemelen senin için torpil yapabilir ve seni o okula alabilir. - Tom can probably pull some strings for you and get you into that school.

O, senin için torpil yapabilir. - He can pull strings for you.

pull
{f} çevirmek (iş)
pull
{f} girmek
pull
{i} kürek çekme
pull
{f} içmek
pull
{i} nüfuzlu olma
pull
{f} kenara çekmek (araba)
pull
bir nefes çekmek
pull
yolmak matb
pull
çekmek: Six dogs were pulling the sled. Kızağı altı köpek çekiyordu. Who pulled the trigger? Tetiği çeken kimdi? Don't pull that rope! O
pull
kenara parketmek
pull
teşvik
pull
çıkarmak
pull
kısa s

Marcy haberi duyduğunda göz yaşlarına boğuldu ama kısa sürede toparlandı. - Marcy burst into tears on hearing the news, but soon pulled herself together.

pull
{i} zahmetli iş
pull
topu eğri meydana getirecek şekilde atmak
resistance to pulling out
çekme mukavemeti (kazık)
İngilizce - İngilizce
Leaving one's position to move elsewhere to block
a swim during which only the arms are used Pulling generally implies the use of a pull buoy, a flotation device placed between the legs
This is a technique of applying paint that is similar to 'scraping back' The paint is simply put down by whatever means the artist chooses and is then partially lifted away using an absorbent material such as a dry sponge, rag or a wad of wet blotting paper, which is placed over the wet paint When the paint is dabbed at with such material, it is picked up in a random manner, resulting in interesting textural effects
using promotion to get consumers to ask middlemen for the product
(Verb) What someone says when they are going to sneak out and lure one or monsters back to where the group will slay it
Targeting a creature, in order to make it move towards you Often used in groups One person is the "puller", and he/her pulls the monster in the direction of the group, who waits [around the corner] to kill the monster
present participle of pull
What the gossip-poor members of BioHazard haven't been doing for a while, it seems Or perhaps they're keeping it a secret
{i} grabbing and drawing toward; towing, dragging
the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you; "the pull up the hill had him breathing harder"; "his strenuous pulling strained his back"
a term used to describe an offensive lineman who, instead of blocking the player in front of him, steps back ("pulls") and moves down the line to block another player, usually in a "trap" or "sweep"
pulling one's own weight
Present participle of pull one's own weight
pulling one's weight
Present participle of pull one's weight
pulling over
Present participle of pull over
pulling teeth
Present participle of pull teeth

Getting information from him is like pulling teeth.

pulling together
Present participle of pull together
pulling rank
To use one's superior rank to gain an advantage
Pulling a Leg
fooling someone, joking with someone
pulling my leg
tricking me, fooling me; teasing me, mocking me
pulling out
removal, taking out, tearing out; exiting, departing; leaving
pulling out a tooth
removal of a tooth
pulling power
the ability of someone or something to attract people
pull
A journey made by rowing

As Blunt had said, the burning ship lay a good twelve miles from the Malabar, and the pull was a long and a weary one. Once fairly away from the protecting sides of the vessel that had borne them thus far on their dismal journey, the adventurers seemed to have come into a new atmosphere.

pull
To apply a force such that an object comes toward the person or thing applying the force

You're going to have to pull harder to get that cork out of the bottle.

pull
To toss a frisbee with the intention of launching the disc across the length of a field
pull
To row

It had been a sort of race hitherto, and the rowers, with set teeth and compressed lips, had pulled stroke for stroke.

pull
To apply a force to (an object) so that it comes toward the person or thing applying the force
pull
The situation where a client sends out a request for data from a server, as in server pull, pull technology
pull
An attractive force which causes motion towards the source

She took a pull on her cigarette.

pull
to do or perform

He regularly pulls 12-hour days, sometimes 14.

pull
To succeed in finding a person with whom to have sex

I pulled at the club last night.

pull
To retrieve or generate for use

They'll go through their computer system and pull a report of all your order fulfillment records for the time period you specify.

pull
Any device meant to be pulled, as a lever, knob, handle, or rope

a zipper pull.

pull
Appeal or attraction or (as of a movie star)
pull
to remove (something), especially from public circulation or availability

Each day, they pulled the old bread and set out fresh loaves.

pull
rein in to keep from winning a race; "pull a horse"
pull
{v} to pluck, draw violently, drag, degrade
pull
{n} the act of pulling, a pluck, effort
like pulling teeth
(deyim) Very difficult

Its like pulling teeth getting Max to talk about his girlfrined .

pull
steer into a certain direction; "pull one's horse to a stand"; "Pull the car over"
pull
by which anything is pulled; as, a drawer pull; a bell pull
pull
Frequently used to describe data sent over the Internet; the act of requesting data from another computer Example: using your web browser to access a specific page Contrast to "push" technology when data is sent to you without a specific request being made
pull
An informal term referring to the extraction of a cast from a mold See demolding
pull
like a kickoff in football, the throw that begins the possession
pull
To take or make, as a proof or impression; hand presses being worked by pulling a lever
pull
Heard on the field as much as at the socials The long downfield throw that starts each point Usually discussed thus: "I'll pull", "no, I want to pull", "but I haven't pulled yet"
pull
{f} grab and draw away; drag, tow; remove, take away; stretch, extend; tear, rip
pull
- Making an explicit request for each web page you want to view The traditional method of delivery on the web You go to a server and pull information to your desktop computer
pull
To hold back, and so prevent from winning; as, the favorite was pulled
pull
To strike the ball in a particular manner
pull
When an offensive lineman is called upon to run to the outside of the formation in order to block for an outside running play Guards are often called upon to pull
pull
To gather with the hand, or by drawing toward one; to pluck; as, to pull fruit; to pull flax; to pull a finch
pull
To apply a force to (an object) such that it comes toward the person or thing applying the force
pull
To request data from another program or computer The opposite of pull is push, where data is sent without a request being made The terms push and pull are used frequently to describe data sent over the Internet The World Wide Web is based on pull technologies, where a page isn't delivered until a browser requests it Increasingly, however, Information services are harnessing the Internet to broadcast information using push technologies
pull
hit in the direction that the player is facing when carrying through the swing; "pull the ball"
pull
A system of cascading production and delivery instructions from the customer, so that nothing is produced further up the supply chain until the downstream customer signals a need
pull
strain abnormally; "I pulled a muscle in my leg when I jumped up"; "The athlete pulled a tendon in the competition"
pull
cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense; "A declining dollar pulled down the export figures for the last quarter
pull
take away; "pull the old soup cans from the supermarket shelf"
pull
This describes the motion of balls in a split roll shot Under some conditions the balls do not travel along their intended lines but curve slightly back together (towards the aiming line) This is caused by side spin developed in the roll shot
pull
A contest; a struggle; as, a wrestling pull
pull
To pull crowds, viewers, or voters means to attract them. The organisers have to employ performers to pull a crowd. Pull in means the same as pull. They provided a far better news service and pulled in many more viewers She is still beautiful, and still pulling them in at sixty
pull
Getting software products from a depot to be installed or copied onto the local system See also push
pull
draw or pull out, usually with some force or effort; also used in an abstract sense; "pull weeds"; "extract a bad tooth"; "take out a splinter"; "extract information from the telegram"
pull
Each separate print that is placed in the press and removed as a finished print
pull
To draw apart; to tear; to rend
pull
When the ball flies in an inward direction after being stuck Not the same as draw/hook as these are shots affected by spin
pull
If you pull something apart, you break or divide it into small pieces, often in order to put them back together again in a different way. If I wanted to improve the car significantly I would have to pull it apart and start again
pull
bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover; "draw a weapon"; "pull out a gun"; "The mugger pulled a knife on his victim"
pull
{i} act of grabbing and drawing away; influence; press proof, test print used for proofreading before a print run (Printing); handle, grip
pull
a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke); "he took a puff on his pipe"; "he took a drag on his cigarette and expelled the smoke slowly"
pull
In pace line riding, the riders usually take turns riding in front, allowing the others to draft behind them The rider in front is "taking a pull", pulling the others along in his or her slipstream
pull
move into a certain direction; "the car pulls to the right"
pull
like a kickoff in football, the throw that begins the possesion
pull
When you pull something, you hold it firmly and use force in order to move it towards you or away from its previous position. They have pulled out patients' teeth unnecessarily Erica was solemn, pulling at her blonde curls I helped pull him out of the water Someone pulled her hair He knew he should pull the trigger, but he was suddenly paralysed by fear Pull as hard as you can I let myself out into the street and pulled the door shut. Pull is also a noun. The feather must be removed with a straight, firm pull
pull
take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for; "We all rooted for the home team"; "I'm pulling for the underdog"; "Are you siding with the defender of the title?"
pull
Something in one's favor in a comparison or a contest; an advantage; means of influencing; as, in weights the favorite had the pull
pull
the force used in pulling; "the pull of the moon"; "the pull of the current"
pull
If you pull a muscle, you injure it by straining it. Dave pulled a back muscle and could barely kick the ball He suffered a pulled calf muscle
pull
influence, especially as a means of gaining advantage
pull
To pull a stunt or a trick on someone means to do something dramatic or silly in order to get their attention or trick them. Everyone saw the stunt you pulled on me
pull
also, to force a particular card to be played ("My Ace of Trump pulled Pat's Ten [because Pat had to follow suit] ")
pull
The act of pulling or drawing with force; an effort to move something by drawing toward one
pull
a device used for pulling something; "he grabbed the pull and opened the drawer"
pull
special advantage or influence; "the chairman's nephew has a lot of pull"
pull
When a vehicle, animal, or person pulls a cart or piece of machinery, they are attached to it or hold it, so that it moves along behind them when they move forward. This is early-20th-century rural Sussex, when horses still pulled the plough
pull
When a driver or vehicle pulls to a stop or a halt, the vehicle stops. He pulled to a stop behind a pickup truck
pull
operate when rowing a boat; "pull the oars"
pull
To persuade (someone) to have sex with one
pull
A knob, handle, or lever, etc
pull
tear or be torn violently; "The curtain ripped from top to bottom"; "pull the cooked chicken into strips"
pull
To remove an event from an event queue Compare peek
pull
= Used product that was integrated into something These are typically removed from systems that were upgraded after being delivered to the customer
pull
A kind of stroke by which a leg ball is sent to the off side, or an off ball to the side
pull
1 (aka: "yank", "jerk") a shot that goes to the left of the intended line for a right-handed player 2 to select a club or remove it from the bag Opposite of 'push' Example: 1 "I pulled my putt slightly, but it still went in " 2 "The gallery went silent as he pulled out his driver "
pull
perform an act, usually with a negative connotation; "perpetrate a crime"; "pull a bank robbery"
pull
strip of feathers; "pull a chicken"; "pluck the capon"
pull
If someone pulls a gun or a knife on someone else, they take out a gun or knife and threaten the other person with it. They had a fight. One of them pulled a gun on the other I pulled a knife and threatened her
pull
To draw, or attempt to draw, toward one; to draw forcibly
pull
To move or operate by the motion of drawing towards one; as, to pull a bell; to pull an oar
pull
(02/08/25) "Mishima book ordered pulled"; The Tokyo District Court has ordered a publisher to stop selling a book that depicts a homosexual affair with Yukio Mishima A red car pulled up near my house He pulled to a stop behind a truck (by Nikkei)
pull
In a race or contest, if you pull ahead of or pull away from an opponent, you gradually increase the amount by which you are ahead of them. He pulled away, extending his lead to 15 seconds
pull
direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes; "Her good looks attract the stares of many men"; "The ad pulled in many potential customers"; "This pianist pulls huge crowds"; "The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers"
pull
When you pull an object from a bag, pocket, or cupboard, you put your hand in and bring the object out. Jack pulled the slip of paper from his shirt pocket Wade walked quickly to the refrigerator and pulled out another beer
pull
To stop a blow short by the tensing of muscles
pull
A pull is a strong physical force which causes things to move in a particular direction. the pull of gravity
pull
the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you; "the pull up the hill had him breathing harder"; "his strenuous pulling strained his back"
pull
a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments; "the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell"; "he was sidelined with a hamstring pull"
pull
a sustained effort; "it was a long pull but we made it"
pull
apply force so as to cause motion towards the source of the motion; "Pull the rope"; "Pull the handle towards you"; "pull the string gently"; "pull the trigger of the gun"; "pull your kneees towards your chin"
pull
The automatic loading or reloading of a document or data at a specific time or time interval by a browser
pull
cause to move along the ground by pulling; "draw a wagon"; "pull a sled"
pull
A pluck; loss or violence suffered
pull
See Pull, n
pull
If someone pulls someone else, they succeed in attracting them sexually and in spending the rest of the evening or night with them
pull
To take a turn at the front of a pace line, thus pulling the other riders along
pull
The act of rowing; as, a pull on the river
pull
To exert one's self in an act or motion of drawing or hauling; to tug; as, to pull at a rope
pull
The act of drinking; as, to take a pull at the beer, or the mug
pull
to pull oneself up by one's bootstraps: see bootstraps to pull a face: see face to pull someone's leg: see leg to pull your punches: see punch to pull rank: see rank to pull out all the stops: see stop to pull strings: see string to pull your weight: see weight to pull the wool over someone's eyes: see wool
pull
An act of pulling (applying force)
pull
To hit a shot straight but to the left of the intended target
pull
If you pull yourself or pull a part of your body in a particular direction, you move your body or a part of your body with effort or force. Hughes pulled himself slowly to his feet He pulled his arms out of the sleeves She tried to pull her hand free Lillian brushed his cheek with her fingertips. He pulled away and said, `Don't!'
pull
A hit executed by a batter "pulling" an off-side pitch (see definition) around his body towards his other (i e on, or leg) side (see definition)
Türkçe - İngilizce

pulling teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

kispet çıkarılması the pulling off or tearing of these pants
(regarded as the most degrading of defeats)
pulling

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    pûlîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈpo͝oləɴɢ/ /ˈpʊlɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'pul also 'p&l ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English pullian; akin to Middle Low German pulen to shell, cull.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    pulling out, pulling up

    Videolar

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