butcher

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kasap

Bir kasap et ticareti yapar. - A butcher deals in meat.

Bu eti bana satan kasap her zaman sevecendir. - The butcher who sold me this beef is always friendly.

{f} katletmek
{i} cerrah

O bir cerrah değil, ama bir kasap - He's not a surgeon, but a butcher.

{f} doğra
{f} doğramak
{i} cani
{f} boğazlamak
{f} kesmek
{f} kasaplık hayvan kesmek
{i} trenlerde şekerleme satıcısı
cellat
(Spor) faul yapan oyuncu
(hayvan) kesmek
gereksiz yere kan dökmek
öldürmek
katil
insan kasabı

Sayısız insan kasabın önünde sırasını bekliyor. - Countless people wait their turn in front of the butcher's.

{f} berbat etmek, rezil etmek
kasap,v.doğra: n.kasap
trenlerde şeker ve sandviç satışı yapan adam
rezil etmek
öldür/kes
celep
büfeci
kesici
butcher bird
örümcek kuşu
butcher knife
kasap bıçağı

Tom çekmeceden bir kasap bıçağı çıkardı. - Tom took a butcher knife out of the drawer.

butcher shop
kasap dükkanı

Kasap dükkanı kapalıdır. - The butcher shop is closed.

Burası eskiden kasap dükkanı olarak kullanılıyordu. - This used to be a butcher shop.

butcher's
kasap dükkânı
butcher's broom
çoban püskülü
butcher's-broom
ölmez dikeni
butcher paper
kasap kağıdı
butcher shop
kasap dükkânı
butcher's
kasap
butcher's broom
tavşan memesi
butcher's hook
Kafiyeli argoda 'look' (bakış) kelimesinin kafiyesi
butcher's shop
kasap
butcher shop
hastane
butcher's broom
tavşanmemesi
butcher's cleaver
aşçı baltası
butchering
doğrayarak
butchering
{f} doğra
pork butcher
domuz kasabı
butchering
kesme
slaughter, butcher
katliam, kasap
slaughter, butcher an animal
katliam, kasap bir hayvan
slaughterer, butcher
kasap, kasap
take a butcher's
almak bir kasap
butcherly
kana susamış
butcherly
(sıfat) kana susamış
news butcher
seyyar gazeteci
news butcher
seyyar şekerci
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An occupational surname for a butcher
A person who sells candy, drinks, etc. in theatres, trains, circuses , etc. (old, informal)
To ruin something, often to the point of defamation

The band at that bar really butchered Hotel California.

To slaughter animals and prepare meat for market
(Cockney rhyming slang, via butcher's hook) A look
A person who prepares and sells meat (and sometimes also slaughters the animals)
To kill brutally
A brutal or indiscriminate killer

Weyler was referred to as a Butcher by yellow journalists.

{n} a person who kills animals to sell
{v} to kill, to slay inhumanly
A look
a retailer of meat
To butcher an animal means to kill it and cut it up for meat. Pigs were butchered, hams were hung to dry from the ceiling
A butcher is a shopkeeper who cuts up and sells meat. Some butchers also kill animals for meat and make foods such as sausages and meat pies
Slang for a Thanatomancer, a mage who gains his magickal energies from murdering people and animals  They are normally sick, twisted individuals who are constantly looking for sacrafices
a brutal indiscriminate murderer
disapproval You can say that someone has butchered people when they have killed a lot of people in a very cruel way, and you want to express your horror and disgust. Guards butchered 1,350 prisoners = slaughter
a person who slaughters or dresses meat for market a brutal indiscriminate murderer a retailer of meat kill (animals) usually for food consumption; "They slaughtered their only goat to survive the winter
A butcher or a butcher's is a shop where meat is sold
{i} meat cutter, meat slaughterer, owner of a meat shop; murderer
A slaughterer; one who kills in large numbers, or with unusual cruelty; one who causes needless loss of life, as in battle
someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
disapproval You can refer to someone as a butcher when they have killed a lot of people in a very cruel way, and you want to express your horror and disgust. Klaus Barbie was known in France as the Butcher of Lyon
To kill or slaughter (animals) for food, or for market; as, to butcher hogs
One who slaughters animals, or dresses their flesh for market; one whose occupation it is to kill animals for food
The Butcher Achmed Pasha was called djezzar (the butcher), and is said to have whipped off the heads of his seven wives He is famous for his defence of Acre against Napoleon I The Butcher John, ninth lord Clifford, also called The Black, died 1461 The Bloody Butcher The Duke of Cumberland, second son of George II So called from his barbarities in suppressing the rebellion of the young Pretender The Royalist Butcher Blaise de Montluc, distinguished for his cruelties to the Protestants in the reign of Charles IX of France (1502-1572)
a person who slaughters or dresses meat for market
kill (animals) usually for food consumption; "They slaughtered their only goat to survive the winter"
n tukang daging (daging)
To murder, or kill, especially in an unusually bloody or barbarous manner
{f} kill, slaughter (an animal); murder indiscriminately
butcher bird
the red-backed shrike
butcher knife
Alternative spelling of butchers' knife
butcher's
A butcher's shop
butcher's
A look (short form of butcher's hook)

Gorblimey, would you ’ave a butcher’s at the bristols on this bird in the currant bun!.

butcher's apron
the Union Jack
butcher's hook
(plural butcher's hooks) A hook used by a butcher for hanging carcasses or meat from
butcher's hook
Same as butcher's
butcher's knife
Alternative spelling of butchers' knife
butcher's hook
(deyim) Butcher's hook is a rhyming slang for 'look'
Butcher's broom
low evergreen Eurasian shrub of the lily family having long and straight thin bright green branches (that are used for making brooms) greenish flowers and bears red berries; extract from the Butcher's broom bush used to improve circulation and reduce redness of the face (believed to have effects that prevent cellulite)
butcher board
a thick wooden slab formed by bonding together thick laminated strips of unpainted hardwood
butcher knife
A heavy-duty knife with a broad sharp blade used for cutting meat
butcher knife
special large knife used by a butcher for cutting meat
butcher knife
a large sharp knife for cutting or trimming meat
butcher paper
heavyweight moisture-resistant paper used for wrapping meat; type of wide heavyweight paper produced in a variety of colors (Art)
butcher paper
a strong wrapping paper that resists penetration by blood or meat fluids
butcher shop
meat-cutter's shop, place where meat is sold
butcher shop
a shop in which meat and poultry (and sometimes fish) are sold
butcher's broom
shrub with stiff-pointed flattened stems resembling leaves (cladophylls); used for making brooms
as fit as a butcher's dog
Very fit; in good shape

I had my midlife crisis at 31 but here I am at 48 and as fit as a butcher's dog, he said.

butcherly
Without compunction
butcherly
Like a butcher
butchers
plural form of butcher
butchers
Variant spelling of butcher's (Cockney rhyming slang)
butchers
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of butcher
butcherly
{a} cruel, barbarous, bloody, inhuman
take a butcher's
(deyim) Take a look
A butcher
flesher
a butcher
carnifex
a butcher
slaughterer
butchered
past of butcher
butchering
present participle of butcher
butchering
the business of a butcher
butchering
The act of slaughtering; the act of killing cruelly and needlessly
butcherly
accompanied by bloodshed; "this bitter and sanguinary war"
butcherly
Like a butcher; without compunction; savage; bloody; inhuman; fell
butcherly
Savage
butcherly
{s} like a butcher; without compunction; savage, bloody, inhuman
butcherly
poorly done; "a botchy piece of work"; "it was an unskillful attempt"
butchers
Plural of butcher
butchers
Variant spelling of butchers (Cockney rhyming slang)
like a butcher's daughter
(Slang) nymphomaniac, active sexually
pork butcher
a vendor of pork and products made from pork
butcher
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