rouge

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İngilizce - Türkçe
allık
{f} ruj sür
{f} dudaklarını boyamak
{f} allık sürmek
perdah tozu
ruj/allık
rouge et noir kırmızı ve siyah damalı bir masa üstünde oynanan bir iskambil oyunu
{i} ruj
{f} ruj sürmek
ruj sür/allık sür
rouge gorge
(Kuşbilim) Kızılgerdan, narbülbülü
lip rouge
dudak ruju
rouged
{f} ruj sür
khmer rouge
Kızıl Kmerler
rouged
rujlu
to rouge
allık sürmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To apply rouge (makeup.)

She rouged her face before setting out for the party.

Of a reddish pink colour
Red or pink makeup to add colour to the cheeks; blusher
A single point awarded when a team kicks the ball out of its opponent's end zone, or when a kicked ball becomes dead within the non-kicking team's end zone. Etymology uncertain; it is thought that in the early years of the sport, a red flag indicated that a single had been scored
Any reddish pink colour
{n} a red paint used for the face
A cosmetic used for giving a red color to the cheeks or lips
To tint with rouge; as, to rouge the face or the cheeks
It is used in polishing glass, metal, or gems, and as a cosmetic, etc
makeup consisting of a pink or red powder applied to the cheeks
{i} any of several types of red or pink cosmetics used on the cheeks and lips; reddish powder used as a pigment and polishing agent
{f} apply rouge, color with rouge
A red amorphous powder consisting of ferric oxide
makeup consisting of a pink or red powder applied to the cheeks redden by applying rouge to; "she rouged her cheeks
To paint the face or cheeks with rouge
Called also crocus, jeweler's rouge, etc
If a woman or an actor rouges their cheeks or lips, they put red powder or cream on them to give them more colour. Florentine women rouged their earlobes She had curly black hair and rouged cheeks. pink or red powder or cream that women put on their cheeks = blusher (rouge )
Rouge is a red powder or cream which women and actors can put on their cheeks in order to give them more colour. = blusher
The best is prepared from the dried flowers of the safflower, but it is often made from carmine
redden by applying rouge to; "she rouged her cheeks"
red
A reddish pink colour
rouge dragon
One of the four pursuivants of the English college of arms
rouge et noir
a card game in which two rows of cards are dealt and players can bet on the color of the cards or on which row will have a count nearer some number
Baton Rouge
A city that is the capital of the state of Louisiana in the United States
Khmer Rouge
A Cambodian communist guerrilla force active from the 1970s to the 1990s under the leadership of Pol Pot
bleu, blanc et rouge
Montreal Canadiens ice hockey club
green rouge
chromic oxide
jeweller's rouge
A red colored, very mild polishing abrasive used by jewelers and lens makers for finishing surfaces. Made from finely ground iron oxide (rust)
Baton Rouge
{i} capital of Louisiana (USA) which is located on the Mississippi River
Baton Rouge
the capital city of the US state of Louisiana. City (pop., 2000: 227,818), capital of Louisiana, U.S. Located on the Mississippi River, it is the state's second-largest city. Settled by the French in 1719, it was named for a red cypress pole that marked a boundary between Indian tribes. The area was ceded to Britain in 1763, then taken by the Spanish in the American Revolution. Spain ceded Louisiana to France in 1800 but tried to retain Baton Rouge at the time of the Louisiana Purchase (1803). In 1810 the city was annexed to the U.S., and it became the state capital in 1849. The capital was transferred to other towns when Baton Rouge was occupied by Federal troops during the American Civil War; in 1882 it regained its capital status. It has deepwater port facilities and is an important petroleum refining centre
Khmer Rouge
A Cambodian Communist movement that was active as a guerrilla force from 1970 to the late 1990s and held power under the leadership of Pol Pot from 1975 to 1979. a very left-wing military organization which took control of the government of Cambodia in 1975, under its leader Pol Pot. Around 3 million Cambodians are believed to have been killed under Khmer Rouge rule, which continued until 1979. (French; "Red Khmer") Radical communist movement that ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. The Khmer Rouge, under the leadership of Pol Pot, opposed the government of the popular Norodom Sihanouk. They gained support after Sihanouk was toppled by Lon Nol (1970) and after U.S. forces bombed the countryside in the early 1970s. In 1975 the Khmer Rouge ousted Lon Nol. Their extraordinarily brutal regime led to the deaths (from starvation, hardship, and execution) of one to two million people. Overthrown in 1979 by the Vietnamese, they retreated to remote areas and continued their struggle for power in Cambodia. The last Khmer Rouge guerrillas surrendered in 1998
Khmer Rouge
Communist Party of Cambodia, communist organization that ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 and is remembered for the genocide of 1.5 million people
Moulin Rouge
a cabaret in the Montmartre area of Paris, famous especially in the 19th century for its cancan dancers
baton rouge
capital of Louisiana
baton rouge bridge
a cantilever bridge across the Mississippi at Baton Rouge
bonnet rouge
{i} (French) "red cap", red cap that French revolutionaries wore during the French Revolution; revolutionary, revolutionist; radical person
bonnet rouge
The red cap adopted by the extremists in the French Revolution, which became a sign of patriotism at that epoch; hence, a revolutionist; a Red Republican
khmer rouge
a communist organization formed in Cambodia in 1970; became a terrorist organization in 1975 when it captured Phnom Penh and created a government that killed an estimated three million people; was defeated by Vietnamese troops but remained active until 1999
rouged
marked by the use of various kinds of red makeup; "freshly rouged lips"; "rouged cheeks"
rouged
past of rouge
rouged
marked by the use of various kinds of red makeup; "freshly rouged lips"; "rouged cheeks
rouges
plural of rouge
rouging
present participle of rouge
rouge