rot

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çürümek

Çalışmak çürümekten daha iyidir. - Better to run than to rot.

{f} alay etmek
{f} kokuşmak
{f} çürütmek
(Askeri) çürütme
{f} çürü

Tom Mary'nin çürük elmayı çöpe atmasını rica etti. - Tom asked Mary to throw the rotten apple into the garbage.

Bu gıda çürük kokuyor. - This food smells rotten.

(İİ) boş laf
çürüme

Çalışmak çürümekten daha iyidir. - Better to run than to rot.

Bu bir şeyin çürümesi gibi kokuyor. - It smells like something's rotting.

bozulmak
zırva
bozulma
saçma
çürümüş şey
çürük

Çürük bir şeyin kokusunu alıyorum. - I smell something rotten.

Sepette birçok çürük elmalar vardı. - There were many rotten apples in the basket.

boş söz/çürüme
{f} bozmak
{f} saçmalamak
ii
saçmalık
{f} terbiyesi bozulmak
{f} takılmak
bitkileri çürüten bir hastalık
bozulması
(Tıp) Koyunlarda parazitlerden ileri gelen çürüme hastalığı
{f} zırvalamak
{i} İng. saçma, zırva
boşsaçma
rot away
çürümek
rot protection
çürümeden koruma
rot off
rot dışı
rot resistant
(Tekstil) çürümeye dayanıklı
rotting
{i} çürüme

Bu bir şeyin çürümesi gibi kokuyor. - It smells like something's rotting.

rotting
kokuşma
dry rot
kuru çürüklük
dry rot
kerestenin içindeki toz gibi çürüklük
dry rot
ahlaki çöküntü
foot rot
portakal ağacında olan bir hastalık
red rot
kırmızı çürüklük hastalığı
root rot
kök çürüklüğü
rotting
{f} çürü

O koku çürüyen et olabilir. - That smell could be rotting meat.

Bu bir şeyin çürümesi gibi kokuyor. - It smells like something's rotting.

alternaria rot
(Tarım) Meyvelerde Alternaria tenuis bakterisi nedeniyle içte çekirdek çevresinde gelişen ve bazen meyvenin dış kabuğuna kadar varan çürüme
black rot
siyah çürüklük
blossom-end rot
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Çiçek burnu çürüğü hastalığı
crown rot
öz çürüklüğü
heart rot
öz çürüklüğü
noble rot
asil rot
rotting
çürüyerek

Sami hayatının kalanını hapiste çürüyerek geçirecek. - Sami will spend the rest of his life rotting in jail.

third person singular of rot
üçüncü kişi çürümenin tekil
to rot
çürüdü
to rot
çürümeye
black rot
(Tıp) kara küf
blight rot
(Tıp) pirinç yanığı
brown rot
kahverengi çürük
cause to rot
çürütmek
dry rot
(Çevre) kerestede çürük
dry rot
(Çevre) kuru çürük
dry rot
çürük
dry rot
çürüme
dry rot
yozlaşma
dry rot
(Çevre) meyvede çürük
elect rot inning
elektrikli kalaylama
green rot
(Gıda) yeşil çürüme
potter's rot
(Tıp) Çanak-çömlek sanayisinde çalışan işçilerde görülen bir çeşit pneumoconiosis
tuberous rot
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yumru kök
wet rot
yaş çürük
white rot
beyaz çürük
Türkçe - Türkçe
Motorlu taşıtlarda direksiyon ile tekerlek arasındaki bağlantıyı sağlayan demir çubuk
Motorlu kara taşıtlarında direksiyon ile tekerlekler arasındaki bağlantıyı sağlayan demir çubuk
İngilizce - İngilizce
The process of becoming rotten; putrefaction
Verbal nonsense
Any of several diseases in which breakdown of tissue occurs
to decay or decompose; to become bad
Process of rotting; decay; putrefaction
{v} to putrefy, perish, corrupt, bring to corruption
{n} a distemper in sheep, putrefaction
The softening, discoloration and often disintegration of a succulent plant tissue as a result of fungal or bacterial infection
To undergo a process common to organic substances by which they lose the cohesion of their parts and pass through certain chemical changes, giving off usually in some stages of the process more or less offensive odors; to become decomposed by a natural process; to putrefy; to decay
below
(biology) decaying caused by bacterial or fungal action
To make putrid; to cause to be wholly or partially decomposed by natural processes; as, to rot vegetable fiber
{i} decay, putrefaction; breakdown, deterioration; nonsense, meaningless statements (Slang)
break down; "The bodies decomposed in the heat"
Recorded off transmission Radio Stations are required by law to record everything broadcast and submit it to the Radio Authority if a complaint is made
decay usually accompanied by an offensive odor
It is due to the presence of a parasitic worm in the liver or gall bladder
If you say that someone is being left to rot in a particular place, especially in a prison, you mean that they are being left there and their physical and mental condition is being allowed to get worse and worse. Most governments simply leave the long-term jobless to rot on the dole. see also dry rot
to decay, to become bad
Wood that has come into contact with water or moisture and that consequentially swollen or decomposed
To expose, as flax, to a process of maceration, etc
See 1st Fluke, 2
A person’s current state of advancement
A fatal distemper which attacks sheep and sometimes other animals
unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements)
A disease or decay in fruits, leaves, or wood, supposed to be caused by minute fungi
You can use the rot to refer to the way something gradually gets worse. For example, if you are talking about the time when the rot set in, you are talking about the time when a situation began to get steadily worse and worse. In many schools, the rot is beginning to set in. Standards are falling all the time
When food, wood, or another substance rots, or when something rots it, it becomes softer and is gradually destroyed. If we don't unload it soon, the grain will start rotting in the silos Sugary canned drinks rot your teeth
The Rot is the passage from the first life into the second life; it is a decaying of the natural, defensive hypermasculine strategies for avoiding painful experience
See Bitter rot, Black rot, etc
waste away; "Political prisoners are wasting away in many prisons all over the world"
{f} decay, putrefy, spoil; speak nonsense, utter meaningless statements
Figuratively: To perish slowly; to decay; to die; to become corrupt
for the purpose of separating the fiber; to ret
If there is rot in something, especially something that is made of wood, parts of it have decayed and fallen apart. Investigations had revealed extensive rot in the beams under the ground floor
rot in jail
Expression of anger directed at someone who has been arrested, especially after that individual had committed a particularly heinous crime

The mother of the little girl just wanted the child predator to rot in jail after what he did to her.

rot-13
A simple cipher, where each letter is replaced by the letter 13 positions beyond it in the alphabet (wrapping at Z to A.) It is an example of a Caesar cipher, and it is its own inverse
rot-13 encryption
simple coding used in newsgroups on the Internet for preventing accidental reading of insulting messages or messages on sensitive subjects
Barcoo rot
An ulcerous skin condition, caused by tropical or desert climates
bit rot
The putative tendency of content in storage to become corrupt over time
bit rot
The tendency of software in storage to develop bugs over time due to minor incompatibilities with newer operating environments
dry rot
Metaphorically, a progressive malaise of decay, corruption, or datedness
dry rot
The crumbly, friable decayed portions of wooden members of buildings, especially at or below grade, usually caused by a fungal infection
foot rot
athlete's foot
foot rot
A disease of plants, affecting the stalk or the trunk
foot rot
A common infection of the hoof of animals such as cattle, sheep and goat
noble rot
A benevolent form of the fungus Botrytis cinerea which, in the right conditions, leads to a concentrated sweet wine
potter's rot
A form of the disease silicosis, which affected the lungs of potters in Victorian England, caused by breathing in lots of fine dust
root rot
any of several plant fungal diseases caused by having over-wet roots
rotted
Destroyed or damaged by rot
rotted
Simple past tense and past participle of rot
rotted
Pissed off, deeply annoyed
sap rot
dry rot
blossom-end rot
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Blossom-end rot is a disorder of tomato, squash, pepper, and all other fruiting vegetables. You notice that a dry sunken decay has developed on the blossom end (opposite the stem) of many fruit, especially the first fruit of the season. This is not a pest, parasite or disease process but is a physiological problem caused by a low level of calcium in the fruit itself
foot rot
A disease of plants in which the stem or trunk rots at its base
foot rot
A degenerative bacterial infection of the feet in certain hoofed animals, especially cattle or sheep, often resulting in loss of the hoof
Ester Rot-Shahamorov
remarkable Israeli athlete
black root rot fungus
fungus causing black root rot in apples
black rot
a fungous disease causing darkening and decay of the leaves of fruits and vegetables
black rot
Any of several fungal or bacterial plant diseases resulting in dark brown to black discoloration and decay of affected plant parts
bottom rot
fungous disease of lettuce that first rots lower leaves and spreads upward
bottom rot fungus
fungus causing bottom rot in lettuce
brown root rot fungus
fungus causing brown root rot in plants of the pea and potato and cucumber families
brown rot
Any of several plant diseases, especially a disease of peach, plum, apricot, cherry, and related plants, characterized by wilting and browning of the flowers and leaves and rotting of the fruits
brown rot
any of certain fungous diseases of plants characterized by browning and decay of tissues
brown rot gummosis
disease of citrus trees caused by the fungus Phytophthora citrophthora
crown rot
Any of several mostly fungal diseases of plants characterized by a rotting of the stem near ground level
dry rot
Dry rot is a serious disease of wood. It is caused by a fungus and causes wood to decay. The house was riddled with dry rot. a disease in wood that turns it into powder. Symptom of fungal disease in plants (see fungus), characterized by firm spongy to leathery or hard decay of the stem (branch), trunk, root, rhizome, corm, bulb, or fruit. The fungus consumes the cellulose of wood, leaving a soft skeleton that is readily reduced to powder
dry rot
fungus disease which attacks timber and wallpaper
dry rot
a fungus causing dry rot a crumbling and drying of timber or bulbs or potatoes or fruit caused by a fungus
dry-rot
affect or be affected with dry-rot
ear rot
Any of various fungus diseases of corn characterized by decay and molding of the ears
feather rot
A disease of tree trunks caused by the fungus Poria subacida that causes the trunk to become spongy or stringy
foot rot
contagious degenerative infection of the feet of hoofed animals (especially cattle and sheep) plant disease in which the stem or trunk rots at the base
jungle rot
skin disorder induced by a tropical climate
link rot
{i} process by which links on a Web page became obsolete as the sites they point to change location or disappear
noble rot
A parasitic fungus (Botrytis cinerea) that attacks ripe grapes and causes an increase in their sugar content. Certain wines, such as the French Sauternes and the Hungarian Tokay, are produced from such grapes
ring rot
disease of tomatoes and potatoes and tobacco etc caused by the bacterium Pseudomonas solanacearum
ring rot bacteria
causes brown rot in tomatoes and potatoes and tobacco etc
root rot
disease characterized by root decay; caused by various fungi
rots
third person singular of rot
rotted
past of rot
rotted
damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless; "rotten floor boards"; "rotted beams"; "a decayed foundation"
rotting
present participle of rot
rotting
(biology) decaying caused by bacterial or fungal action
sap rot
{i} sapwood of trees; alburnum of a tree
soft rot
mushy or slimy decay of plants caused by bacteria or fungi
sweet-potato ring rot
disease of sweet potatoes in which roots are girdled by rings of dry rot
tan rot
A disease of the strawberry plant caused by the fungus Pezizella lythri and marked by the formation of tan indentations on the surface of the fruit
rot