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

Bu tırtıl harika bir kelebek olacak. - This caterpillar will become a beautiful butterfly.

kelebek gibi bir yerden bir yere gayesi oimaksızın dolaşan kimse
(isim) kelebek
havai yaradılışlı kimse
butterfly valve kelebekli valf
butterfly tableaçılır kapanır kanatlı masa
social butterfly eğlence düşkünü kims
butterflyorchid beyaz zeravent
butterfly blenny
(Denizbilim) horozbina
butterfly net
(Askeri) balıkçı kepçesi
butterfly pouche
(İnşaat) laminasyon kılıfı
butterfly collector
kelebek kolleksiyoncusu
butterfly nut
kelebek somun
butterfly screw
kelebek vida
butterfly circuit
kelebek devre
butterfly effect
kelebek etkisi
butterfly pin
kelebek biçimli broş
butterfly rash
(Tıp, İlaç) Elmacık kemiğinin üstündeki deri döküntüsü, malarya döküntüsü, kelebek döküntüsü
butterfly rash
kelebek döküntü
butterfly resonator
kelebek rezonatör
butterfly window
Kelebek camı
butterfly antimony
(Kimya) antimon triklorür
butterfly bone
(Anatomi) temel kemiği
butterfly damper
kelebek kapak
butterfly damper
kelebek damper
butterfly dumper
kelebek damper
butterfly fillets
(Gıda) balık filetosu
butterfly nozzle
(Otomotiv) kelebek memesi
butterfly option
(Ticaret) kelebek opsiyonu
butterfly sleeve
(Tekstil) kelebek kol
butterfly stroke
kelebek stili yüzme
butterfly tail
kelebek kuyruk
butterfly watching
kelebek izleme
butterfly window
kelebek cam

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

Çocuklar kelebekleri yakalarlar. - The kids catch butterflies.

love butterfly
aşk kelebeği
brush footed butterfly
fırça ayaklı kelebek
emperor butterfly
iri ve mor bir çeşit kelebek
four footed butterfly
dört ayaklı kelebek
admiral butterfly
bir cins kelebek
adult butterfly
erişkin kelebek
chrysalis, butterfly cocoon
krizalid, kelebek kozası
copper butterfly
bakır kelebek
heliconia butterfly
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Helikon kelebeği
large beautiful american butterfly
büyük güzel amerikan kelebek
monarch butterfly
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Kıral kelebeği
peacock butterfly
tavuskuşu kelebek
swim butterfly stroke
yüzmek kelebek inme
swimming butterfly stroke
kelebek stil yüzme
kelebek izleme
cabbage butterfly
lahana kelebeği
cotton butterfly
pamuk kelebek
having a butterfly valve
spiny butterfly ray
(Denizbilim) iğnelivatoz
throttle butterfly
karbüratör gaz kelebeği
turnip butterfly
şalgam kelebeği
wingless butterfly
kanatsız kelebek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To cut almost entirely in half and spread the halves apart, in a shape suggesting the wings of a butterfly

butterflied shrimp.

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

butterfly tape.

To cut strips of surgical tape or plasters into thin strips, and place across a gaping wound to close it
A flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, distinguished from moths by their diurnal activity and generally brighter colouring
Butterfly is a swimming stroke which you do lying on your front, kicking your legs and bringing your arms over your head together
talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions; "The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"; "My husband never flirts with other women"
(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
(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
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"
{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
a swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down
A butterfly is an insect with large colourful wings and a thin body
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
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
Also known as crow A mix which activates up flaperons and down inner-most flaps for gliding speed control without spoilers or airbrakes
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
{n} a genus of insects of a variety of species with four wings, a spiral tongue and hairy body, a gay fellow
  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
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"
To cut food (usually meat or seafood) leaving one side attached and to open it out like the wings of a butterfly
A general name for the numerous species of diurnal Lepidoptera
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
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
To split foods such as shrimp or steak through the middle without completely separating the halves, then spreading the halves to resemble a 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
A net sometimes streched over an outdoor scene to soften the sunlight C Back to top
flutter like a 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
To split meat almost entirely in half with a knife and then spread it apart
The marker or indicator welded inside a cargo tank which is used to mark the calibrated capacity
an overhead silk or linen screen used in outdoor film-making to diffuse harsh sunlight and soften shadows
(see fivelet)
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
n sl Quantar Cyclone light fighter
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
A swimming stroke in which the body is prone, the arms are moved in simultaneous circles, and the feet are kicked up and down
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 bush
A buddleia, especially the species Buddleja davidii
butterfly cake
A cupcake whose top section is cut out and replaced on a layer of butter cream, etc. in the approximate shape of a butterfly's wings
butterfly cakes
plural form of butterfly cake
butterfly clam
a species of mussel, Ellipsaria lineolata, that inhabits rivers in the southern United States
butterfly effect
The technical notion of sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory
butterfly fish
a chiton, a mollusc of the class Polyplacophora
butterfly fish
flying gurnard (Dactyloptena orientalis)
butterfly fish
Exocoetus volitans, a flying fish of the Atlantic
butterfly fish
ocellated blenny (Opisthocentrus ocellatus)
butterfly fish
any of several brightly colored fishes
butterfly fish
Pantodon buchholzi, a small brown fish of western African streams, often found in aquariums
butterfly fish
butterfly cod (Pterois volitans)
butterfly fish
any fish of the family Chaetodontidae
butterfly knives
plural form of butterfly knife
butterfly net
A small net with attached handle used to collect butterflies and other insect species
butterfly nets
plural form of butterfly net
butterfly ray
A ray (fish) of the family Gymnuridae (or, by some accounts, the subfamily Gymnurinae)
butterfly rays
plural form of butterfly ray
butterfly stroke
A swimming stroke in which the body is prone, the arms are moved in simultaneous circles, and the feet are kicked up and down
butterfly upon a wheel
An innocent person (usually a female) crushed by life's adversities
butterfly rash
(Tıp, İlaç) In medicine, Malar rash, also called butterfly rash, is a medical sign consisting of a characteristic form of facial rash. It is often seen in Lupus erythematosus. Malar is the Latin for "cheek"
butterfly bush
Any of various shrubs of the genus Buddleja native chiefly to warm regions and cultivated for their showy clusters of small, variously colored flowers. Also called buddleia
butterfly bush
tropical shrub having clusters of white or violet or yellow flowers
butterfly chair
A lightweight chair consisting of a single piece of canvas suspended from a collapsible metal frame
butterfly effect
the phenomenon whereby a small change at one place in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere, e
butterfly effect
a butterfly flapping its wings in Rio de Janeiro might change the weather in Chicago
butterfly fish
small usually brilliantly colored tropical marine fishes having narrow deep bodies with large broad fins; found worldwide
butterfly flower
shrub or small tree of Dutch Guiana having clusters of pink purple-streaked flowers any plant of the genus Schizanthus having finely divided leaves and showy variegated flowers
butterfly knife
{i} Balisong, Batangas knife, Philippine folding pocket knife with a blade and two moveable half handles
butterfly nut
a threaded nut with winglike projections for thumb and forefinger leverage in turning
butterfly orchid
Any of certain orchids, including Epidendrum tampense of Florida, Habenaria psycodes of eastern North America, and Oncidium krameranum and O. pupilio of tropical America, having showy, brightly colored flowers
butterfly orchid
Mediterranean orchid having usually purple flowers with a fan-shaped spotted or striped rose-red lip orchid of Florida and the Bahamas having showy brightly colored flowers; sometimes placed in genus Epidendrum Mexican epiphytic orchid having pale green or yellow-green flowers with white purple-veined lip any orchid of the genus Psychopsis: spectacular large tiger-striped orchids
butterfly pea
large-flowered weakly twining or prostrate vine of New Jersey to tropical eastern North America, sometimes cultivated for its purple and white flowers large-flowered wild twining vine of southeastern and central United States having pale blue flowers
butterfly pea
Any of several plants of the genera Centrosema and Clitoria in the pea family, having blue or lavender flowers and flat pods
butterfly plant
orchid having large elliptic to obovate fleshy leaves and fragrant pink-and-white flowers dotted with red
butterfly ray
short-tailed broad-finned stingray
butterfly record holder
one holding the world record for a butterfly stroke swimming event
butterfly stroke
one of a series of motions made in swimming which resembles a butterfly in flight
butterfly valve
On non-fuel injected engines, this is a small metal disc that controls the flow of air into the carburetor
butterfly valve
A throttling valve, found on bell provers, made up of a disc that rotates on an axis within the valve body, thereby varying the cross-section that is open to fluid passage
butterfly valve
a valve in a carburetor that consists of a disc that turns and acts as a throttle
butterfly valve
A serviceable valve that allows water to flow through it when open, and stops the water flow when closed
butterfly valve
A rubber lined valve which has become popular in replacing iron gate valves in pool circulatory lines By their design they can be opened too quickly so must be used in a controlled manner
butterfly weed
A North American milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) having showy clusters of usually bright orange flowers and a root that was formerly used in medicine. Also called orange milkweed, pleurisy root. North American plant (Asclepias tuberosa) of the milkweed family, a stout, rough-haired perennial with long horizontal roots. The leafy, erect, somewhat branching stem is about 1-3 ft (0.3-0.9 m) tall. In midsummer it bears numerous clusters of bright orange flowers. Unlike most milkweeds, it has a scanty milky juice. It is native to dry fields and is often planted in wild gardens or grown as a border plant
butterfly weed
erect perennial of eastern and southern United States having showy orange flowers
California dogface butterfly
A butterfly of the genus Zerene found in the US State of California
float like a butterfly
To move effortlessly and in an agile fashion
social butterfly
a gregarious person who likes to attend parties and other social gatherings; a people person
sulfur butterfly
the cloudless sulfur
sulphur butterfly
Alternative spelling of sulfur butterfly
Iron Butterfly
American hard rock group (popular during the 1960s and 1970s)
a butterfly
admiral butterfly
Any of several species of butterflies (family Nymphalidae) that are colourful, fast-flying, and much prized by collectors. The migratory red admiral (Vanessa atalanta), widespread in Europe, Scandinavia, North America, and North Africa, feeds on stinging nettles. The Indian red admiral (V. indica) is found in the Canary Islands and India. The white admiral (Limenitis camilla, or Basilarchia arthemis), a Eurasian and North American species, feeds on honeysuckle
blue butterfly
Any member of the widely occurring lepidopteran family Lycaenidae. Adults, sometimes known as gossamer-winged butterflies, are small and delicate, with a wingspan of 0.75-1.5 in. (18-38 mm). Blues are rapid fliers, and most species have iridescent wings. Larvae are short, broad, and sluglike. Some species secrete honeydew, a sweet by-product of digestion that attracts ants, which stroke the larvae with their legs to stimulate honeydew secretion
brain like a butterfly
idiot, numskull, birdbrain
past of butterfly
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
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
Cut partially through and spread open to increase the surface area Top
present participle of butterfly
cabbage butterfly
Any of several white butterflies of the genus Pieris, having larvae that feed on cabbage
cabbage butterfly
type of white butterfly
cabbage butterfly
white butterfly whose larvae (cabbageworms) feed on cabbage
copper butterfly
Any member of the butterfly subfamily Lycaeninae (family Lycaenidae). Coppers are common and widely distributed. Adults, sometimes known as gossamer-winged butterflies, are delicate, with a wingspan of 0.75-1.5 in. (18-38 mm). They are rapid fliers, usually with iridescent wings. Coppers typically range from orange-red to brown, usually with a copper tinge and dark markings. Copper larvae feed on clover, dock, or sorrel
emperor butterfly
Any of several brightly colored butterflies of the family Nymphalidae, such as Asterocampa clyton, having orange-tawny wings with dark markings
emperor butterfly
large richly colored butterfly
greater butterfly orchid
south European orchid with dark green flowers that are larger and less fragrant than Platanthera bifolia; sometimes placed in genus Habenaria
hundred meter butterfly
swimming the breaststroke for one hundred meters
leaf butterfly
Any of several butterflies of the genus Kallima, having wings that resemble leaves
lesser butterfly orchid
south European orchid having fragrant greenish-white flowers; sometimes placed in genus Habenaria
monarch butterfly
A large American butterfly (Danaus plexippus) having light orange-brown wings with black veins and white-spotted black borders, noted for its long-distance migrations and its brightly striped caterpillars that feed on the milkweed plant. Also called milkweed butterfly. Species (Danaus plexippus, family Danaidae) of milkweed butterfly, occurring worldwide but mainly in the Americas. It is the only lepidopteran species to make a true migration (a two-way flight by the same individual). In North America, thousands of monarchs gather in autumn, migrate southward, sometimes more than 1,800 mi (2,900 km), and return north in spring. The distinctive coloration of the adult's wings (reddish brown, with black veins, a black border, and two rows of spots) warns predators of its bad taste. Several other species derive protection by mimicking its coloration
sea butterfly
A pteropod
southern cabbage butterfly
common North American form of cabbage butterfly
sulphur butterfly
or sulfur butterfly Any of several species of butterflies (family Pieridae) that are found worldwide. Adults have a wingspan of 1.5-2.5 in. (35-60 mm). The colour and pattern of many species vary seasonally and between sexes, but they are generally bright yellow or orange. Some have two colour patterns; for example, Colias eurytheme is usually orange with black wing margins, but some females are white with black margins. Pupae are attached to a twig by a posterior spine and a girdle of silk. The larvae feed on clover and may seriously damage crops
sulphur butterfly
any of numerous yellow or orange butterflies
swallowtail butterfly
Any of more than 500 species (genus Papilio, family Papilionidae) of butterflies found worldwide except in the Arctic. Some have tail-like extensions of the hind wing. Colour patterns vary with species, sex, season, and sometimes location (see tiger swallowtail). Most adults have yellow, orange, red, green, or blue markings on an iridescent black, blue, or green background. The brightly coloured larvae eat foliage. Some have markings resembling a snake's head, and many discharge a bad-smelling substance when disturbed. The giant swallowtail (P. cresphontes), with a wingspan of 4-5.5 in. (10-14 cm), is the largest butterfly in the U.S. and Canada
troilus butterfly
A large American butterfly (Papilio troilus)
troilus butterfly
It is black, with yellow marginal spots on the front wings, and blue on the rear
white butterfly
Any of several lepidopteran species of the family Pieridae that are found worldwide. Adults have a wingspan of 1.5-2.5 in. (38-63 mm); the wings are white, with black marginal markings. The pattern and colour of many species vary with sex and season. Many of the green, slender larvae, most of which are covered with a short down, or pile, are pests of garden crops. The pupae are attached to a twig by a posterior spine and a girdle of silk. See also cabbage white
zebra butterfly
A butterfly (Heliconius charithonius) of the southern United States, having a black body marked with yellow stripes

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    /ˈbətərˌflī/ /ˈbʌtɜrˌflaɪ/


    [ -"flI ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English buterflie, butturflye, boterflye, from Old English butorflēoge, buttorflēoge, buterflēoge, perhaps a compound of butor- 'beater', mutation of bēatan 'to beat', and flēoge 'fly'.Donald A. Ringe, A Linguistic History of English: From Proto-Indo-European to Proto-Germanic (Oxford: Oxford, 2003), 232. More at beat and fly. Alternate etymology connects the first element to butere (“butter”), as the name may have originally been applied solely to butterflies of a yellowish or butter-coloured blee. This may have merged later with the belief that butterflies ate milk and butter (compare Middle High German molkendiep (“butterfly”, literally “milk-thief”); Modern German Molkendieb), or that they excreted a butter-like substance (compare Middle Dutch boterschijte (“butterfly ”, literally “butter-shitter”)). Compare also Middle Dutch botervliege (“butterfly”) (Dutch botervlieg), German Butterfliege (“butterfly”). More at butter, fly.

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