carp

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yersiz tenkit
dırdır etmek
sazanbalığı
sazan balığı

Gölet sazan balığıyla doludur. - The pond abounds with carp.

Tom sazan balığını küvete koydu. - Tom put the carp in the bathtub.

dırdırlanmak
mızırdanmak
sazan balığı,v.kusur bul: n.sazan
{f} kusur bul
i., zool. sazan
mızmızlanmak
(Askeri) hesaplanan havadan salma noktası; muhtemel durum alternatif yol planı (computed air release point; contingency alternate route plan)
fazla tenkitçi olan
{i} sazan

Sazan ve alabalık gibi balıklar tatlı suda yaşar. - Such fishes as carp and trout live in fresh water.

Temiz bir nehir kasabamızda akar ve onun içinde yüzen bir sürü sazan görebiliriz. - A clean river flows through our town, and we can see many carp swimming in it.

{f} beğenmemek
{f} eleştirmek
dırd
(isim) sazan
carper kusur bulan kimse
carpingly devamlı kusur bularak
mızmızlan
{f} kusur bulmak
sâza
carp bream
(Denizbilim) çapak balığı
carp lice
sazan biti
carp louse
sazan biti
carp pond
sazan, su birikintisi
carping
kusur bularak
carping
kusur bulmak
common carp
pullu sazan
silver carp
gümüş sazan
carping
yersiz eleştiri
carping
{i} şikayetçi
carping
{f} kusur bul
to carp
mızmızlanmak
carping
şikâyetçi
common carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sazan balığı
freshwater fish
Tatlı su balığı
leather carp
Deri sazan
mirror carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Aynalı sazan
computed air release point
(Askeri) HESAPLANMIŞ HAVADAN BIRAKMA NOKTASI: Paraşütlerin veya malzeme ikmal kaplarının, belli bir iniş noktasına indirilmek üzere bırakıldıkları, hesaplanmış bir hava noktası
ghost carp
(Denizbilim) hayalet sazan
herbivorous grass carp
ot sazanı
mirror carp
ayna sazanı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To complain about a fault; to harp on
Any of various freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae, especially the common carp, Cyprinus carpio
{v} to censure peevishly
{n} a fish
To find fault with; to censure
disapproval If you say that someone is carping, you mean that they keep criticizing or complaining about someone or something, especially in a way you think is unnecessary or annoying. He cannot understand why she's constantly carping at him + carping carp·ing She was in no mood to put up with Blanche's carping. to keep complaining about something in a way that is annoying carp about (From a language). carp a large fish that lives in lakes and rivers and can be eaten. Hardy, greenish brown fish (Cyprinus carpio, family Cyprinidae) native to Asia but introduced into Europe, North America, and elsewhere. Large-scaled, with two barbels (fleshy, whiskerlike feelers) on each side of its upper jaw, the carp lives alone or in small schools in quiet, weedy, mud-bottomed ponds, lakes, and rivers. An omnivore, it often stirs up sediment while rooting about for food, adversely affecting many plants and animals. Carp grow to an average length of about 14 in. (35 cm); some grow to 40 in. (100 cm) and 49 lbs (22 kg). In captivity they may live more than 40 years
computed air release point
any of various freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae
{i} freshwater fish
To find fault; to cavil; to censure words or actions without reason or ill-naturedly; usually followed by at
raise trivial objections
See Cruclan carp
To talk; to speak; to prattle
{f} complain, nag, worry
A fresh-water herbivorous fish Cyprinus carpio
a freshwater fish with large scales and small barbels near its mouth Carp have been raised as food by people since ancient times
To say; to tell
any of various freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae the lean flesh of a fish that is often farmed; can be baked or braised
carp can also be used as the plural form for meaning 1
Several other species of Cyprinus, Catla, and Carassius are called carp
the lean flesh of a fish that is often farmed; can be baked or braised
A carp is a kind of fish that lives in lakes and rivers
A fresh water fish that sometimes lives in schools in lakes Sometimes used for food
llr L 9 v (MED - carpen) To talk, converse, discourse
carp bream
A species of freshwater bream, Abramis brama
carp breams
plural form of carp bream
carp lice
Balık biti
carp lice
Branchiura, commonly called carp lice or fish lice are a group of parasitic crustaceans of uncertain position within the Maxillopoda. Although they are thought to be primitive forms, they have no fossil record. Almost all are ectoparasites on fish, with a few exceptions living on amphibians
carp louse
Balık biti
carp louse
Branchiura, commonly called carp lice or fish lice are a group of parasitic crustaceans of uncertain position within the Maxillopoda. Although they are thought to be primitive forms, they have no fossil record. Almost all are ectoparasites on fish, with a few exceptions living on amphibians
carper
a person who habitually carps, who talks too much and regularly finds fault
common carp
A species of fish in the carp family, Cyprinus carpio
crucian carp
A species of carps found in Europe and Asia
carped
{a} censured, blamed, found fault with
carper
{n} a caviller
carping
{a} censuring, censorious, captious
black carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Indigenous to China, the black carp, Mylopharyngodon piceus is widely cultivated for food and for Chinese medicine. The black carp grows to a length of up to three feet (1 m), and over 70 pounds (32 kg), generally feeding on snails and mussels. Black carp, together with bighead, silver, and grass carps, make up the culturally important "four famous domestic fishes" used in polyculture in China for over a thousand years, and known as "Asian carps" in the United States. Black carp are not as widely distributed worldwide as the other three
common carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Common carp or European carp (Cyprinus carpio) is a widespread freshwater fish distantly related to the common goldfish (Carassius auratus), with which it is capable of interbreeding. It gives its name to the carp family Cyprinidae. Common carp are native to Asia and Eastern Europe. It has been introduced into environments worldwide
grass carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) An herbivorous cyprinid fish (Ctenopharyngodon idella) of eastern Asia that has been introduced elsewhere to control aquatic weeds. Called also white amur
mirror carp
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A common carp of an ornamental variety that has a row of large shiny plate-like scales along each side
carped
past of carp
carper
One who carps; a caviler
carper
someone who constantly criticizes in a petty way
carper
{i} complainer, fault-finder
carping
Pertaining to excessive complaining
carping
Fault-finding; censorious caviling
carping
present participle of carp
carping
persistent petty and unjustified criticism
carping
{s} tending to complain, nagging, fault-finding
carping
Excessive complaining
carping
quibbling over insignificant details; "caviling pettifoggers and quiggling pleaders"-Edmund Burke; "her nagging and carping attack"; "thought her editor unnecessarily nitpicking"; "a pettifogging lawyer's mind"; "had no patience with quibbling critics"
carps
third-person singular of carp
crucian carp
European carp closely resembling wild goldfish
crucian carp
A kind of European carp (Carasius vulgaris), inferior to the common carp; called also German carp
domestic carp
large Old World freshwater bottom-feeding fish introduced into Europe from Asia; inhabits ponds and sluggish streams and often raised for food; introduced into United States where it has become a pest
leather carp
scaleless domestic carp
mirror carp
domestic carp with some large large shining scales
carp
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