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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
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(Askeri) BUSTER KODU: Hava önlemede, "Azami sürekli süratte (veya güçte) uçunuz" anlamına gelen kod
sert güney rüzgârı
{i} adam
ulan
{i} herif
ahbap
(Askeri) devamlı azami hızla uçmak
{i} alem
{i} cümbüş
hayvan terbiyecisi
{i} zorla açan kimse
sert güney rüzgarı
baby buster
bebek buster
ball buster
top buster
busters
kırıcılar
ghost buster
hayalet uçağı
bronco buster
vahşi at terbiyecisi
bronco buster
(fiil)hşi at terbiyecisi
safe buster
kasa hırsızı
southerly buster
(Meteoroloji) güneyli patlama
tank buster
tanksavar uçağı
tank buster
tanksavarcı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A surname
Alternative capitalization of buster. (term of address): "guy"
A male given name
A person, thing, or event that breaks or overpowers someone or something, often used in compound terms, as crime buster, ballbuster, blockbuster, broncobuster
A staged fall, used in theatrical and film comedy

Charlie Chaplin pulled a buster right before the closing credits.

A loser, uncool person

Stop being a buster.

A guy, fellow; a friend

Oi, buster, stop following me around everywhere!.

a person who breaks horses
a person who breaks horses a robust child
a person (or thing) that breaks up or overpowers something; "dam buster"; "sanction buster"; "crime buster" a person who breaks horses a robust child
a person (or thing) that breaks up or overpowers something; "dam buster"; "sanction buster"; "crime buster"
A guy, friend
an informal form of address for a man; "Say, fellow, what are you doing?"; "Hey buster, what's up?"
a person born in the generation following the baby boom when the birth rate fell dramatically
a robust child
Something huge; a roistering blade; also, a spree
{i} one who breaks up something (fight, brawl, crime ring, etc.); spree, fling
busta
Buster Keaton
(1895-1966, born Joseph Francis Keaton), American comic film actor (known for his roles in "The Navigator" and "Steamboat Bill Junior
Buster Keaton
a US film actor who made many humorous silent films (=films made with no sound) . He is famous for appearing as a character with a serious, sad face, who never smiles (1896-1966). orig. Joseph Francis Keaton IV born Oct. 4, 1895, Piqua, Kan., U.S. died Feb. 1, 1966, Woodland Hills, Calif. U.S. film actor and director. He acted with his parents in vaudeville (1899-1917), where he developed his mastery of comic falls and subtle timing and his trademark deadpan expression. His film debut in Fatty Arbuckle's The Butcher Boy (1917) was followed by several short films (1917-19). As head of his own production company (1920-28) he directed and starred in classic silent movies such as The Navigator (1924), Sherlock, Jr. (1924), The General (1927), and Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928). For MGM he made The Cameraman (1928), but he was denied artistic control over his films, and his career declined. He later appeared in Sunset Boulevard (1950) and Limelight (1952). From the late 1940s his comedies were gradually revived, and he is now regarded as one of the greatest silent comedy stars
bunker buster
a 5,000 pound laser-guided bomb that can be programmed to penetrate to a given depth before exploding; used to penetrate hardened underground faccilities
-buster
Denoting a person, thing, or event that breaks or overpowers someone or something, as in ballbuster, blockbuster, broncobuster, gangbuster
belly buster
A poker hand which is four cards to a straight, where only one rank can complete a straight. E.g. 3-4-6-7, only a five completes the straight
commercial buster
A device the temporarily changes the channel during a live TV broadcast until the commercial break is over
commercial buster
A device that allows viewer to record television programs without commercials
double belly buster
A poker hand where two different ranks could complete the straight, but the new card would not be the highest or lowest card in the straight. E.g. 2-4-5-6-8, either a 3 or a 7 could complete the straight
gut buster
An extremely funny joke
gut buster
A meal that causes particular gastronomic pain
lung buster
Any task that put lots of pressure on one's lungs, something that makes someone out of breath
southerly buster
A summer cold front which works its way up the coast, bringing strong cool southerly winds to replace and relieve hot conditions

1850: It is almost a corollary, that the evening of a hot-wind day brings up a 'southerly buster', as we have heard the vulgar call it, very chill indeed ... as this wind comes from the southerly region of the Australian Alps. — B. C. Peck, Recollections of Sydney.

baby buster
a person born in the generation following the baby boom when the birth rate fell dramatically
ball-buster
a job or situation that is demanding and arduous and punishing; "Vietnam was a ball-breaker"
ball-buster
a demanding woman who destroys men's confidence
bronco buster
a cowboy who breaks broncos to the saddle
busters
plural of buster
clot buster
a kind of pharmaceutical that can break up clots blocking the flow of blood to the heart muscle
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
booster
buster

    Расстановка переносов

    bust·er

    Турецкое произношение

    bʌstır

    Произношение

    /ˈbəstər/ /ˈbʌstɜr/

    Этимология

    [ 'b&s-t&r ] (noun.) 1839. bust +‎ -er

    Видео

    ... IN THE JANITOR'S ROOM WE CALL YOU THE BOWL BUSTER. ...
    ... I'M THE BOWL BUSTER. WHOO! ...

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