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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
güm güm vurmak
{f} hırpalamak
{i} sulu hamur
(Gıda) bulamaç
meyilli olmak
yağ ve un karışımı hamur
(Spor) sopayla vuran oyuncu
hasara uğratmak

Kurabiye hamuru yapmadan önce unu eledin mi? - Did you sift the flour before you made the cookie batter?

bam güm vurmak
paçavraya çevirmek
pasta hamuru
hasara uğramak
sert darbelerle vurmak
{i} topa vuran oyuncu

Tom çok iyi bir topa vuran oyuncu. - Tom is a very good batter.

Hakem topa vuran oyuncuya seslendi. - The umpire called the batter out.

eskitmek tahrip etmek
i., spor sopayla vuran oyuncu
battered baby büyükleri tarafından hırpalanmış küçük çocuk
yağ ve u
{f} dövmek
{f} bombalamak
hamur,v.yumrukla: n.pasta hamuru
hamle yapmak
{f} meyilli olmak (duvar)
{f} hor kullanmak
{i} meyilli duvar

O, çok iyi bir top vurucusu. - He is a very good batter.

batter pile
eğik kazık
(Gıda) Kızartmalarda kullanılan süt, yumurta, un vs. harcına bulanmış
batter down
tahrip etmek
batter down
batter down
batter post
(İnşaat) köşe korumalığı
batter post
(İnşaat) köşe koruma taşı
batter s.t. down
(yerle bir etmek için) bir şeye vurmak
batter s.t. in
(delmek/çökertmek için) bir şeye vurmak; bir şeye vurup delmek; bir şeye vurup çökertmek
batter something in
bir şeye vurup delmek
batter something in
bir şeye vurup çökertmek

Fadıl çok açık bir şekilde hırpalanmıştı. - Fadil was very clearly battered.

Onun eski bir kamyoneti ve büyük, hırpalanmış bir biçme makinesi vardı. - He had an old pickup truck and a big, battered mower.

{i} dövme
{i} vurma
pancake batter
gözleme hamuru
upstream batter
kaynak yönü yüzü eğimi, memba yüzü eğimi
yumruk yemiş
{s} dövülmüş (kimse)
{s} hurdası çıkmış, ezilmiş
(isim) dövme
(İnşaat) baca şevliği
upstream batter
memba yüzü eğimi
upstream batter
kaynak yönü yüzü eğimi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A batsman
To slope (of walls, buildings etc.)
A binge, a heavy drinking session

When he went on a batter, he became very violent.

A beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (e.g. pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (e.g. fish) prior to frying

To the dismay of his mother, the boy put his finger into the cake batter.

To hit or strike violently and repeatedly
The person who tries to hit the ball in a sport like baseball

The first batter hit the ball into the corner for a double.

To coat with batter
The slope of a terrace, wall etc

Hydroseeding of unvegetated batters is planned.

a thick liquid mixture of two or more materials beaten together, to be used in cookery
{n} a mixture of flour, water, eggs and salt
{v} to bruise by beating, wear down
make a dent or impression in; "dinge a soft hat"
If someone is battered, they are regularly hit and badly hurt by a member of their family or by their partner. evidence that the child was being battered. boys who witness fathers battering their mothers. battered wives. + battering bat·ter·ing Leaving the relationship does not mean that the battering will stop
strike violently and repeatedly; "She clobbered the man who tried to attack her"
{i} one who wields a bat (in a game of baseball, cricket, etc.); baking mixture
The slope, or inclination from the vertical, of a wall or other structure or portion of a structure
To wear or impair as if by beating or by hard usage
An offensive player who takes his position in the batter’s box
Flour or meal mixture containing sufficient liquid so it can be poured or dropped from a spoon before baking
Flour or liquid mixture that coats item being cooked, item is usually fried
Paste of clay or loam
A mixture of flour and liquid
To batter someone means to hit them many times, using fists or a heavy object. He battered her around the head He was battered unconscious. + battered bat·tered Her battered body was discovered in a field
A bruise on the face of a plate or of type in the form
An earth slope formed from placed fill material or cut into the natural hillside, during road construction
A sloping part of a curtain wall The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along the exterior surface It was used to help objects ricochet off the walls and into enemies
A slope
strike against forcefully; "Winds buffeted the tent"
A flour-liquid mixture that is thin enough to pour One example is pancake batter
beaten together and used in cookery
A mixture of liquid, flour and other ingredients that can vary in consistency A baking term
If you batter something, you hit it many times, using your fists or a heavy object. They were battering the door, they were breaking in Batter the steaks flat
A liquid mixture (containing flour and other ingredients) that can be stirred
a flour mixture thin enough to pour or drop from a spoon (baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
-The excavated or constructed face of a dam wall, cutting or embankment
A batsman. Used under the modern fashion for expunging gender from all words, but in fact women cricketers refer to themselves as batsmen (ie. its already gender-neutral, see the batsman article)
A semi- liquid mixture of several ingredients, as, flour, eggs, milk, etc
A receding upward slope of the outer face of a structure
A sloping part of a curtain wall The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along their exterior surface; talus
Talutage Sloping exterior surface at the base of all walls and towers Built to protect the base of the wall against attack and increase its stability
A backward slope in the face of a wall or of a bank; receding slope
semi-liquid mixture of flour, egg, and liquid
If a place is battered by wind, rain, or storms, it is seriously damaged or affected by very bad weather. The country has been battered by winds of between fifty and seventy miles an hour. a storm that's been battering the Northeast coastline. = pound
{f} strike, beat, hit repeatedly
One who wields a bat; a batsman
In sports such as baseball and softball, a batter is a person who hits the ball with a wooden bat. batters and pitchers. see also battered, battering. to hit someone or something again and again, in a way that hurts someone or causes damage (batre or bat )
A thick, viscous mixture containing a flour or other starch, fat, sugar and other ingedients and baked into cakes or breads Sometimes used to coat foods to be deep-fried
To slope gently backward
a mixture of flour and eggs that becomes solid when cooked
Batter is a mixture of flour, eggs, and milk that is used in cooking. pancake batter. fish in batter
An uncooked pourable mixture usually made up of flour, a liquid, and other ingredients
the inclination of a surface in relation to a horizontal, a vertical, or, occasionally, an inclined plane (commonly noted on detail plans as so many inches to one foot) See also rake
To beat with successive blows; to beat repeatedly and with violence, so as to bruise, shatter, or demolish; as, to batter a wall or rampart
To flatten (metal) by hammering, so as to compress it inwardly and spread it outwardly
The steep excavated slope in an open cut mine
A semifluid substance, usually composed of flour and other ingredients, into which principal components of food are dipped or with which they are coated, or which may be used directly to form bakery foods [From §110 3(c)]
A flour-liquid mixture that is thin enough to pour
a flour mixture thin enough to pour or drop from a spoon
A sloping part of a curtain wall The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along their exterior surface
(baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
An uncooked mixture, usually of flour, eggs, liquid, and a leavening agent, that is thin enough to pour
A player in the batter's box being pitched to by a pitcher When a player becomes a batter depends on his or her position in the batting order
batter's box
One of two areas beside home plate in which a batter is required to stand during an at bat
batter's boxes
plural form of batter's box
batter's box
(Baseball) area on a baseball diamond indicated by lines inside which the batter must stand when at bat
batter's box
an area on a baseball diamond (on either side of home plate) marked by lines within which the batter must stand when at bat
Simple past tense and past participle of batter
Coated with batter
Beaten up through a lot of use; in rough condition; weathered, beat-up
Beaten repeatedly or consistently; beaten up
One who batters their spouse: one who commits domestic violence
Agent noun of batter; one who batters
The activity of battering
Present participle of batter
damaged by blows or hard usage; "a battered old car"; "the beaten-up old Ford"
damaged especially by hard usage; "his battered old hat"
past of batter
beaten repeatedly with heavy blows; "a battered child"; "the battered woman syndrome"
Something that is battered is old and in poor condition because it has been used a lot. He drove up in a battered old car. a battered leather suitcase
damaged especially by hard usage; "his battered old hat
{s} beaten, hit repeatedly
{i} one who beats, one who hits, abuser
One who, or that which, batters
one who batters
{i} assault: massacre; repeated physical abuse
If something takes a battering, it suffers very badly as a result of a particular event or action. Sterling took a battering yesterday as worries grew about the state of Britain's economy. = beating
An instance of battering
the act of subjecting to strong attack
plural of batter
third-person singular of batter
fritter batter
batter for making fritters
pancake batter
batter for making pancakes
puff batter
batter for making light hollow cases to hold various fillings