rakish

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} sefa pezevengi
uçarı
rahat
serbest
bambılı
laubali
gösterişli
{s} süratli (gemi)
sefih görünüşl
{s} direkleri arkaya doğru yatık
sefih
{s} rahat ve alışılmışın dışında olan
{s} hızlı
{s} şık
çarpık
{s} havalı
direkleri hafifçe arkaya yatık
yampiri
özgür
gösterişli/laubali
ahlaksız
{s} çapkın
{s} hovarda
rakishlyyana eğilmiş olarak
yan
rake
tırmık

Ben kömürleri tırmıkla topluyorum. - I'm being raked over the coals.

Bir tırmık al ve bahçedeki yaprakları tırmıkla. - Use a rake and rake up the leaves in the yard.

rake
tırmıkla düzeltmek
rake
{f} tırmıklamak
rake
{f} tırmıkla toplamak
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taraklamak
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arayıp taramak
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eğrilmek
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basınç sensörü
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hovarda
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hergele
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(Tiyatro) sahne yokuşu
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eğim açısı
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(Askeri) çalım
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eğimlenmek
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hafif yan yatmak
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(about/around ile) aramak
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eğiklik
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eski çapkın
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{f} tırmıkla topla

Tom bütün yaprakları tırmıkla topladı. - Tom raked up all the leaves.

Tom Mary'ye yaprakları tırmıkla toplaması için yardım etmek istedi fakat o tek tırmığı kullanıyordu. - Tom wanted to help Mary rake the leaves, but she was using the only rake.

rake
yana yatırmak
rake
raken
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{f} taramak (silah)
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fırın tarağı
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(toprağı) tırmıklamak/taraklamak
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(Askeri) Bir yandan bir yana ateş etmek, taramak
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uçarı
rake
yan yatmak
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çapkın
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gelberi
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zampara
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{f} yan yatmak (gemi)
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{f} araştırmak
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through -i taramak, -i dikkatle gözden geçirmek. 4
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{i} çapkın adam
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{i} yan yatma (gemi)
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meyletmek
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hovarda/meyil/tırmık
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i., bahç. tırmık, tarak. f
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yan koyma
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rake meylet/ara/düzelt
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taramak
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bir direğin veya dikili şeyin meyli
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hafif yan ya
rake
aramak
rakishly
özgür bir şekilde
rakishness
{i} hovardalık
rakishness
(isim) hovardalık
İngilizce - İngilizce
Stylish; characterized by a devil-may-care unconventionality

the rakish Dennis Quaid, a Houston native who is moving to Texas in a couple of years and wants it to become the new Hollywood. (Houston Chronicle, 6/8/2007).

{s} dashing, dapper, having a sporty appearance
Having a saucy appearance indicative of speed and dash
marked by a carefree unconventionality or disreputableness; "a cocktail party given by some raffish bachelors"- Crary Moore
Dissolute; lewd; debauched
A rakish person or appearance is stylish in a confident, bold way. a soft-brimmed hat which he wore at a rakish angle. + rakishly rak·ish·ly a hat cocked rakishly over one eye
marked by smartness in dress and manners; "a dapper young man"; "a jaunty red hat"
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a course; direction; stretch
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To proceed rapidly; to move swiftly
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To run or rove
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To claw at; to scratch

Her sharp fingernails raked the side of my face.

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the direction of slip during fault movement. The rake is measured within the fault plane
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A garden tool with a row of pointed teeth fixed to a long handle, used for collecting grass or debris, or for loosening soil
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the sloped edge of a roof at or adjacent to the first or last rafter
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To gather, especially quickly (often as rake in)

The casino is just raking in the cash; it's like a license to print money.

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a range, stray

a sheep-raik = a sheep-walk.

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a set of coupled rail vehicles, normally coaches or wagons

The train was formed of a locomotive and a rake of six coaches.

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To guide; to direct
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A puffer that emits a stream of spaceships rather than a trail of debris
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To use a rake on (leaves, debris, soil, a lawn, etc) in order to loosen, gather together, or remove debris from

We raked all the leaves into a pile.

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The angle or inclination of the stair as it climbs from one floor to the next
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Refers to the slope of the roof at the end of a gable, where the outside part of the overhang forms an upside down V
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A measurement of the top of the mast's tilt toward the bow or stern
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move through with or as if with a rake; "She raked her fingers through her hair"
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To collect with a rake; as, to rake hay; often with up; as, he raked up the fallen leaves
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a long-handled tool with a row of teeth at its head; used to move leaves or loosen soil
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The inclination of the mast in the fore and aft line from the vertical
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jut out (ship's bow or stern above keel)
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The sloped perimeter edge of a roof that runs from the eaves to the ridge The rake is usually perpendicular to the eaves and ridge
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degree of deviation from a horizontal plane; "the roof had a steep pitch"
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The angle or distance that a pole is tilted; may be in line or traverse to the line
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A toothed machine drawn by a horse, used for collecting hay or grain; a horserake
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To search thoroughly
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To enfilade; to fire in a direction with the length of; in naval engagements, to cannonade, as a ship, on the stern or head so that the balls range the whole length of the deck
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the inclination of a mast or funnel, or, in general, of any part of a vessel not perpendicular to the keel
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To walk about; to gad or ramble idly
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In mining, the angle of inclination of a vein
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To pass a rake over; to scrape or scratch with a rake for the purpose of collecting and clearing off something, or for stirring up the soil; as, to rake a lawn; to rake a flower bed
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Slope of a roof; the molding placed along the sloping edge of a gable to cover the edges of siding
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To use a rake, as for searching or for collecting; to scrape; to search minutely
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The slope edge of a roof at the first or last rafter
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Trim members that run parallel to the roof slope and form the finish between the wall and a gable roof extension
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an alternate term for "bounce" ROCKER SOLE: refers to a sole that is curved from the toe to the heel ROUND TOE: a curved line in the toe of a clubhead
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To scrape or scratch across; to pass over quickly and lightly, as a rake does
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The inclination of anything from a perpendicular direction; as, the rake of a roof, a staircase, etc
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To search through; to scour; to ransack
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a dissolute man in fashionable society
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{i} gardening tool with a comb-like end; slope, slant, incline
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a lot, plenty
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A loose, disorderly, vicious man; a person addicted to lewdness and other scandalous vices; a debauchee; a roué
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A rake is a garden tool consisting of a row of metal or wooden teeth attached to a long handle. You can use a rake to make the earth smooth and level before you put plants in, or to gather leaves together
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A man habituated to immoral conduct
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The angle at which a stage (or auditorium) sits, sloping down toward the front
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gather with a rake; "rake leaves"
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The money removed from each pot by the house Medium and high-limit games typically have a time charge rather than a rake A typical Atlantic City low-limit rake is 10% of the pot up to a $4 maximum The same table in California may rake just the big blind, with the small blind going towards a jackpot Despite all the bad players, the high rake made it hard to turn a profit at the game
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To pass with violence or rapidity; to scrape along
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If you rake leaves or ashes, you move them somewhere using a rake or a similar tool. I watched the men rake leaves into heaps. An immoral or dissolute person; a libertine
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1 (also "trap rake") a tool placed in sand-filled bunkers for the purpose of re-smoothing the surface after walking in, and playing a shot out of, the sand 2 (archaic) a lofted iron (resembling a rake, thus its name) with vertical slots in the face to decrease resistance or channel water, used commonly to play from wet ground Example: 1 She left the rake/trap rake in the bunker after smoothing her footprints and the spot where her club removed sand 2 Long ago, when there was no such thing as "casual water," some players carried a specialty club called a rake
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A libertine A contraction of rakehell, used by Milton and others “And far away amid their rakehell bands They speed a lady left all succourless ” Francis Quarles Rakshas Evil spirits who guard the treasures of Kuvera, the god of riches They haunt cemeteries and devour human beings; assume any shape at will, and their strength increases as the day declines Some are hideously ugly, but others, especially the female spirits, allure by their beauty (Hindu mythology )
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A fissure or mineral vein traversing the strata vertically, or nearly so; called also rake-vein
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sweep the length of; "The gunfire raked the coast
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To incline from a perpendicular direction; as, a mast rakes aft
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The intersection of the plane of the roof and the plane of the gable (As opposed to end walls meeting hip roofs)
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The edge of a roof which intersects the gable part of a roof
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The incline of a stage floor or seating area away from the horizontal Originally introduced as a way of improving sightlines to the stage under poor lighting conditions last century
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scrape gently; "graze the skin"
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The amount of money, in chips, taken by the house as the service fee
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sweep the length of; "The gunfire raked the coast"
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To act the rake; to lead a dissolute, debauched life
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examine hastily; "She scanned the newspaper headlines while waiting for the taxi"
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A face-off move in which a player sweeps the ball to the side
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To collect or draw together with laborious industry; to gather from a wide space; to scrape together; as, to rake together wealth; to rake together slanderous tales; to rake together the rabble of a town
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a long-handled tool with a row of teeth at its head; used to move leaves or loosen soil a dissolute man in fashionable society gather with a rake; "rake leaves"
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To spray with gunfire
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An amount of money taken out of every pot by the dealer - this is the poker rooms cut of the pot and how they make their money Typically from $1 to $3 depending on the size of the betting allowed
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An implement consisting of a headpiece having teeth, and a long handle at right angles to it, used for collecting hay, or other light things which are spread over a large surface, or for breaking and smoothing the earth
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level or smooth with a rake; "rake gravel"
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{f} collect, gather together; cause to slant, cause to slope
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The angle of a vessel's masts from the vertical
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If you rake a surface, you move a rake across it in order to make it smooth and level. Rake the soil, press the seed into it, then cover it lightly
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The trim members that run parallel to the roof slope and form the finish between the roof and wall at a gable end
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An amount of money taken out of every pot by the dealer - this is the cardroom's income
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in a rakish manner; "she wore her hat rakishly at an angle
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in a rakish manner; "she wore her hat rakishly at an angle"
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dashingly, in a dapper manner, with a sporty appearance
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In a rakish manner
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{i} dapperness, sportiness, state of being dashing
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The quality or state of being rakish
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the quality of a rake
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The property of being rakish
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