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Bir kovboy sığırları otlağa götürüyor. - A cowboy is driving cattle to the pasture.

Kıtlıktan dolayı sığır açlıktan öldü. - Because of the famine, the cattle starved to death.

büyükbaş hayvan

Çiftlikte yaklaşık 500 büyükbaş hayvan var. - There are about 500 cattle on the ranch.

(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) öküz

İnsanları öküzle kıyaslarlardı. - They would compare people to cattle.

cattleman sığır yetiştiren veya güden kimse
{i} insanlar

İnsanları öküzle kıyaslarlardı. - They would compare people to cattle.

Masai insanları, süt ve sığır kanının bir karışımını içerler. - The Masai people drink a mixture of milk and cattle blood.

{i} sığırlar

Onların sığırlarının hepsi şişman. - Their cattle are all fat.

Bir kovboy sığırları otlağa götürüyor. - A cowboy is driving cattle to the pasture.

i., çoğ. sığırlar
cattle breeding
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvan besleme
cattle dealing
cattle egret
öküz balıkçılı
cattle egret
sığır balıkçılı
cattle egret
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) öküz balıkçıl
cattle farming
(Çiftçilik) büyüşbaş hayvancılık
cattle breeding
hayvan yetiştirme
cattle car
sığır vagonu
cattle clipping
sığır kırkımı
cattle plague
sığır vebası
cattle ranch
sığır otlağı
cattle tax
hayvan vergisi
cattle thief
sığır hırsızı
Cattle Breeding
büyükbaş hayvancılık
cattle call
sığır çağrı
cattle clipping
sığır kirkimi
cattle farm
Sığır besi çiftliği
cattle farming
sığır yetiştiriciliği
cattle pen
sığır kalem
cattle prod
sığır eşya
cattle rancher
sığır çiftlik sahibi
cattle rustling
büyükbaş hayvan hırsızlığı
cattle shed
sığır dökmek
hayvan eşya
cattle brander
sığır yetiştiren kimse
cattle brander
sığır güden kimse
cattle for slaughter
(Çiftçilik) kasaplık sığır
cattle gate
(Kanun) sığır engeli
cattle grid
(Kanun) sığır engeli
cattle guard
(Kanun) sığır engeli
cattle hide
(Çiftçilik) sığır derisi
cattle insurance
(Ticaret) hayvan ölüm sigortası
cattle keeper
(Tarih) beylik çoban
cattle leader
burun halkası
cattle lifter
davar hırsızı
cattle lifter
sığır hırsızı
cattle lifting
(Kanun) sığır hırsızlığı
cattle manifest
(Ticaret) gemi sığır manifestosu
cattle manifest
(Askeri) sığır taşıma manifestosu
cattle processed leather
(Tekstil) sığır derisinden mamul deri
cattle ranch
cattle range
cattle tax
(Ticaret) ağnam vergisi
beef cattle
(Gıda) et danası
beef cattle
(Çiftçilik,Tarım) et sığırı
breed of cattle
(Havacılık) damızlık sığır
breeding cattle
(Tarım) damızlık sığır
dairy cattle
(Çiftçilik) sağmal inek
dairy cattle
(Çiftçilik) mandıra sığırı
dairy cattle
(Gıda) süt sığırı
hire of cattle
(Kanun) hayvan kirası
pledge of cattle
(Kanun) hayvan rehni
ayrshire cattle
iskoç sığırı
beef cattle

O, besi sığırı yetiştirmeye başladı. - He began to raise beef cattle.

taşınabilir eşya
menkul eşya
dairy cattle
süt ineği
corporate cattle farm
Ticari amaçla sığır üreten hayvan çiftliği

Recently I was reading about corporate cattle farms,and I was shocked at how crowded and filthy the conditions are.

diary cattle
süt ineği
feedlot cattle
Açık besi koşullarında yetiştirilen sığır
graze cattle
sığır otlatmak
limousin cattle
(Benzetme) Büyük besili hayvan
tend cattle
sığır eğilimi
black cattle
siyah sığır
{i} taşınır mal, menkul
chattel mortgage menkul rehin
{i} köle
{i} menkul mal
{i} taşınır mal
dairy cattle
sağmal inekler
dual purpose cattle
(Tarım) çift verim yönlü sığır
duffer, cattle
(Argo) at hırsızı
horned cattle
kittle cattle
zor beğenen tip
kittle cattle
titiz ve detaycı tipler
pickled cattle hide
(Çiftçilik) salamura sığır derisi
store cattle
besi hayvanları
store cattle
kesimlik sığırlar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык

goods and cattle.

Domesticated bovine animals (cows, bulls, steers etc)

Do you want to raise cattle?.

Used in restricted contexts to refer to the meat derived from cattle

Whale burgers. Cattle difference!.

Certain other livestock, such as sheep, pigs or horses
People who resemble domesticated bovine animals in behavior or destiny
{n} beasts of pasture that are not wild, but mostly used for animals of the bovine kind
Cattle are cows and bulls. the finest herd of beef cattle for two hundred miles. cows and bulls kept on a farm for their meat or milk (catel , from capitalis; CAPITAL). Domesticated bovids that are raised for meat, milk, or hides or for draft purposes. Depending on the breed, mature bulls (fertile males) weigh 1,000-4,000 lbs (450-1,800 kg); cows (fertile females) weigh 800-2,400 lbs (360-1,080 kg). All modern cattle are believed to belong to either of two species (Bos indicus or B. taurus) or to be crosses of the two. About 277 identifiable breeds include those prominent in beef production (e.g., Angus, Hereford, and shorthorn) and dairy farming. Cattle feed primarily by grazing on pasture, but in modern farming their diet is ordinarily supplemented with prepared animal feeds. See also aurochs, Brahman, ox
Collective noun for bovine animals (cows, bulls, steers etc)
Quadrupeds of the Bovine family; sometimes, also, including all domestic quadrupeds, as sheep, goats, horses, mules, asses, and swine
Certain other domestic animals, such as sheep, pigs or horses
{i} large cud-chewing animals with horns and cloven hoofs (bulls, cows, steers, etc.)
Plural for bovine animals
domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age; "so many head of cattle"; "wait till the cows come home"; "seven thin and ill-favored kine"- Bible; "a team of oxen"
anthrax vaccine
cattle beast
domestic cattle, livestock
cattle call
An audition which is open to the public and thus draws a large number of applicants, many of whom are inexperienced
cattle calls
plural form of cattle call
cattle car
a paddy wagon, a van for transporting people who have been arrested
cattle car
A car, often a train car or semi-trailer, used to transport cattle
cattle cars
plural form of cattle car
cattle dog
A type of dog, used for droving cattle
cattle drive
A trail or route used for the movement of herds of cattle

On the other side of the mill-pond was an open place called the Cross, because it was three-quarters of one, two lanes and a cattle-drive meeting there.

cattle drive
The process of transporting a herd of bovine animals (such as bulls, cows, or steers) by compelling them to walk across a significant distance of countryside, under the escort of drovers on horseback and often over a period of days

With the great annual cattle drives which start from the arid plains of the Red River and the Pecos comes the wild cowboy, with his six-shooter on his hip.

cattle driver
One who drives cattle
cattle egret
A small egret, Bubulcus ibis, of the heron family (Ardeidae)
cattle grid
A grid of parallel metal bars designed as an obstacle to prevent hooved animals from passing
cattle grids
plural form of cattle grid
cattle station
A large farm in Australia, (the equivalent of ranch), usually in the outback, whose main activity is the raising of cattle, and run by a grazier. In most cases the stations are in a rangeland context on pastoral leases. Many are larger than small countries
cattle stations
plural form of cattle station
Alternative spelling of cattle drive
Attributive form of cattle grid

cattle-grid construction.

cattle breeding
breeding cattle
cattle cake
a concentrated feed for cattle; processed in the form of blocks or cakes
cattle call
{i} (North American Slang) mass audition in which many inexperienced actors try out for various for parts in a play or movie
cattle call
An audition in which a large number of often inexperienced actors or performers try out
cattle car
a freight car for transporting cattle
cattle drive
driving a bovine herd (as cows or bulls or steers)
cattle egret
A small egret (Bubulus ibis) native to Africa and southern Eurasia that feeds among grazing cattle
cattle egret
small white egret widely distributed in warm regions often found around grazing animals
cattle fence
railing for enclosing cattle
cattle grid
A cattle grid is a set of metal bars in the surface of a road which prevents cattle and sheep from walking along the road, but allows people and vehicles to pass. 'cattle guard a set of bars placed over a hole in the road, so that animals cannot go across but cars can
cattle grid
cattle guard: a bridge over a ditch consisting of parallel metal bars that allow pedestrians and vehicles to pass, but not cattle
cattle grub
The larva of a warble fly, especially of the genus Hypoderma, that parasitizes cattle and causes a boillike swelling under the hide
cattle guard
a bridge over a ditch consisting of parallel metal bars that allow pedestrians and vehicles to pass, but not cattle
cattle guard
A cattle guard is the same as a cattle grid. A grid, usually of parallel metal bars, set at ground level in a road or gateway as a barrier to cattle while allowing the passage of vehicles and pedestrians
cattle market
A cattle market is a market where cattle are bought and sold
cattle market
disapproval If you refer to an event such as a disco or a beauty contest as a cattle market, you disapprove of it because women are considered there only in terms of their sexual attractiveness
cattle pen
{i} cattle shed, pen for cattle
cattle pen
a pen for cattle
cattle plague
infectious viral disease (mainly found in cattle and sheep)
cattle prod
A cattle prod is an object shaped like a long stick. Farmers make cattle move in a particular direction by pushing the cattle prod against the bodies of the animals. an electric cattle prod. A usually electrified prod designed for driving cattle. a type of stick that gives cattle an electric shock when it touches them, used to make them move
cattle ranch
farm consisting of a large tract of land along with facilities needed to raise livestock (especially cattle)
cattle tick
A brown tick (Boophilus annulatus) whose bite transmits the causative agent of Texas fever in cattle
cattle tithe
tenth of one's cattle and sheep which the Israelites were commanded to set aside
cattle trail
a trail over which cattle were driven to market
cattle train
train that transports cattle
cattle truck
a vehicle or part of a train that is used for carrying cattle
cowshed, structure for keeping cattle
Australian Cattle Dog
A breed of herding dog developed in Australia for controlling cattle. Varieties include the Queensland Heeler, Blue Heeler, and Red Heeler
Australian Cattle Dogs
plural form of Australian Cattle Dog
Texas cattle fever
Texas fever
all hat and no cattle
Full of big talk but lacking action, power, or substance; pretentious

Yew certainly are. All hat and no cattle.

fed cattle
Cattle leaving a feedlot, after fattening on a concentrated ration, that are ready to be sold to a packinghouse for slaughter
feeder cattle
Steers or cows that are mature enough to be placed in a feedlot in preparation for slaughter
angus cattle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Angus cattle (Aberdeen Angus) are a breed of cattle much used in beef production. They were developed from cattle native to the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus in Scotland, and are known as Aberdeen Angus in most parts of the world
BSE-affected cattle
{i} cattle affected with Bovine Spongiform encephalopathy
The Cattle Raid of Cooley
Irish Táin Bó Cúailgne Irish narrative, the longest of the Ulster cycle. It was composed in prose with verse passages in the 7th-8th century, probably by an author acquainted with such epics as the Aeneid. Its hero is Cú Chulainn, who singlehandedly held off the Connaught army that invaded Ulster to capture a famous and valuable brown bull. After three days of battle, Cú Chulainn gained victory, yet the Connaughts successfully captured the bull. Madb, the warrior-queen of Connaught, secured her superiority over her husband Ailill when the brown bull defeated Ailill's white-horned bull
beef cattle
cattle bred and raised for meat
dairy cattle
Cows bred and raised for milk rather than meat. cattle that are kept to produce milk rather than for their meat
dairy cattle
cattle that are reared for their milk
dairy cattle
cows that are raised to produce milk
large cattle
cows and bulls
small cattle
sheep and goats

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    /ˈkatəl/ /ˈkætəl/


    [ 'ka-t&l ] (noun plural.) 14th century. From Middle English catel Anglo-Norman catel (“personal property”) Medieval Latin capitale from capitalis (“of the head”), from caput 'head' + -alis '-al'.


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