butterflies

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kelebekler

Kelebekleri bir fileyle yakaladım. - I captured butterflies with a net.

Kelebekler hakkında çok fazla şey biliyor. - He knows a lot about butterflies.

butterfly
kelebek

O bir kelebek mi yoksa bir güve mi? - Is it a butterfly or a moth?

Aman, bir kelebek var! - Oh, there's a butterfly!

butterflies in stomach
(deyim) herhangi bir konuşma ya da sınava girmeden önce çok sınırlı ya da heyacanlı hissetmek
butterflies in the stomach
midede kelebeklerin
butterflies in your stomach
heyecandan içi kıpır kıpır olmak
get butterflies
(deyim) İçi pırpır etmek
get butterflies in one's stomach
(deyim) İçi pırpır etmek
have butterflies
kelebekler var
have butterflies
(deyim) İçi pırpır etmek
have butterflies in one's stomach
(deyim) İçi pırpır etmek
butterfly
(isim) kelebek
butterfly
kelebek gibi bir yerden bir yere gayesi oimaksızın dolaşan kimse
butterfly
havai yaradılışlı kimse
butterfly
butterfly valve kelebekli valf
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butterfly tableaçılır kapanır kanatlı masa
butterfly
social butterfly eğlence düşkünü kims
butterfly
butterflyorchid beyaz zeravent
get butterflies in one's tummy
(Konuşma Dili) yüreği pır pır etmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A component used in the manufacture of earrings for pierced ears It attaches to the pin thereby holding the earring onto the ear, available in different weights and sizes Also known as scroll pieces See findings catalogue for details
Cut partially through and spread open to increase the surface area Top
in the cab trade, are those drivers who take to the occupation only in summer-time, and at the best of the season At other times they follow some other occupation “The feeling of the regular drivers against these `butterflies' is very strong ”- Nineteenth Century (March, 1893, p 177) Butterfly Kiss (A) A kiss with one's eyelashes, that is, stroking the cheek with one's eyelashes
plural of butterfly
butterflies in the stomach
(deyim) Butterflies in the stomach is a medical condition characterized by the physical sensation of a "fluttery" feeling in the stomach. This sensation can be a physical sensation related to the body's fight or flight response or it can be an ineffable experience related to the psychology of true love or nervousness
butterflies in the stomach
condition of nervous tension or excitement
California dogface butterflies
plural form of California dogface butterfly
butterfly
To cut almost entirely in half and spread the halves apart, in a shape suggesting the wings of a butterfly

butterflied shrimp.

butterfly
A use of surgical tape, cut into thin strips and placed across an open wound to hold it closed

butterfly tape.

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The butterfly stroke
butterfly
To cut strips of surgical tape or plasters into thin strips, and place across a gaping wound to close it
have butterflies in one's stomach
To be nervous, uncertain, or anxious

He had butterflies in his stomach the morning of his wedding.

social butterflies
plural form of social butterfly
butterfly
diurnal insect typically having a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad colorful wings
butterfly
Butterfly is a swimming stroke which you do lying on your front, kicking your legs and bringing your arms over your head together
butterfly
If you have butterflies in your stomach or have butterflies, you are very nervous or excited about something. An exam, or even an exciting social event may produce butterflies in the stomach. Any of more than 17,000 lepidopteran species found worldwide. Unlike moths, butterflies are active during the day and are usually brightly coloured or strikingly patterned. Distinctive features are club-tipped antennae and a habit of holding the wings vertically over the back when at rest. With few exceptions the larvae and adults eat plants. Butterflies are classified into five or six families. The metalmarks of the family Lycaenidae are found chiefly in the New World tropics; some members of the family Nymphalidae are called snout butterflies. Other species (with their families) include the white and sulphur butterflies (Pieridae), the swallowtail butterfly (Papilionidae), the blue, copper, and hairstreak butterflies (Lycaenidae), and the admiral, monarch, and painted lady (Nymphalidae). butterfly bush admiral butterfly blue butterfly butterfly weed cabbage butterfly copper butterfly monarch butterfly sulphur butterfly sulfur butterfly swallowtail butterfly white butterfly
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cut and spread open, as in preparation for cooking; "butterflied shrimp"
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a swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down
butterfly
(n ) A topology in which nodes are organized into levels, and there is a unique path from any node in the first level to any node in the last A butterfly is a recursive topology See also hypercube and shuffle exchange network
butterfly
(n ) A topology in which nodes are organised into levels, and there is a unique path from any node in the first level to any node in the last A butterfly is a recursive topology See also hypercube and shuffle exchange network
butterfly
{i} any of a number of winged insects of the order Lepidoptera having long slender bodies and four colorful wings; butterfly stroke (Swimming); person who is in constant pursuit of pleasure
butterfly
A butterfly is an insect with large colourful wings and a thin body
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talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions; "The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"; "My husband never flirts with other women"
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Curtain which is pulled aside and upward from one lower edge, without moving the opposite edge of the same piece or half Also known as tab or tableau curtain
butterfly
Also known as crow A mix which activates up flaperons and down inner-most flaps for gliding speed control without spoilers or airbrakes
butterfly
Rotating disc-type valve which moves 90 degrees from the closed position to the fully open position Normally used to stop or control the flow through a line, the butterfly regulates BOP steam and power house steam on main plant service line
butterfly
{n} a genus of insects of a variety of species with four wings, a spiral tongue and hairy body, a gay fellow
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  An overused term   It is when a goalie drops allowing both pads to extend out to the side and with the 5-hole closed (or almost closed)   The majority of the lower portion of the net is covered, and the goalies holes are shut down   Just because a goalie drops to his/her knees, does not mean they are butterfly goalies
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fly
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a swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down diurnal insect typically having a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad colorful wings cut and spread open, as in preparation for cooking; "butterflied shrimp"
get butterflies
(deyim) Have a fluttering and nauseous sensation felt in the stomach when one is nervous
get butterflies in one's stomach
(deyim) Have a fluttering and nauseous sensation felt in the stomach when one is nervous
have butterflies
(deyim) Have a fluttering and nauseous sensation felt in the stomach when one is nervous
have butterflies in one's stomach
(deyim) Have a fluttering and nauseous sensation felt in the stomach when one is nervous
butterfly
flutterby
butterfly
A general name for the numerous species of diurnal Lepidoptera
butterfly
To cut a food down the center, but not quite through, leaving both halves attached The food is then spread to resemble a butterfly Recipe: Broiled Butterflied Pork
butterfly
To split meat almost entirely in half with a knife and then spread it apart
butterfly
an option position comprised of a long (short) option, two short (long) options at the next higher strike, and another long (short) option at the yet next higher strike, all of the same contract month
butterfly
To cut food (usually meat or seafood) leaving one side attached and to open it out like the wings of a butterfly
butterfly
To split foods such as shrimp or steak through the middle without completely separating the halves, then spreading the halves to resemble a butterfly
butterfly
flutter like a butterfly
butterfly
The marker or indicator welded inside a cargo tank which is used to mark the calibrated capacity
butterfly
In cooking, when a recipe asks you to butterfly a food you should split it through the middle without completely separating the sides, then spread the halves to resemble a butterfly
butterfly
n sl Quantar Cyclone light fighter
butterfly
A swimming stroke in which the body is prone, the arms are moved in simultaneous circles, and the feet are kicked up and down
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A flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, distinguished from moths by their diurnal activity and generally brighter colouring
butterfly
The sale (purchase) of two identical Options, together with the purchase (sale) of one Option with a lower exercise price and one Option with a higher exercise price All Options must be of the same type, have the same underlying contract, and expire at the same time, and there must be an equal increment between exercise prices
butterfly
In the context of equities, a firm with two divisions may split into two companies and issue original shareholders two shares (one in each of the new companies) for every old share they have
butterfly
(see fivelet)
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an overhead silk or linen screen used in outdoor film-making to diffuse harsh sunlight and soften shadows
butterfly
An option strategy involving the purchase of one put (or call), the sale of two puts (or calls) at a higher exercise price, and purchasing one put (or call) at an equally higher price
butterfly
A net sometimes streched over an outdoor scene to soften the sunlight C Back to top
butterfly
Curtain that is pulled aside and upward from one lower edge, without moving the opposite edge of the same piece or half Also known as tab or tableau curtain
has butterflies in his stomach
has nervous tension, excited
butterflies

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    but·ter·flies

    Турецкое произношение

    bʌtırflayz

    Произношение

    /ˈbətərˌflīz/ /ˈbʌtɜrˌflaɪz/

    Видео

    ... boiling water will prevent them from ever becoming butterflies ...

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