chicken

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
tavuk

Biz biraz tavuk çorbası yedik. - We had some chicken soup.

O, bir tavuk satın aldı. - She bought a chicken.

piliç

Tom bir ekstra-baharat kovası, kızarmış piliç ve bir konteyner lahana salatası ısmarladı. - Tom bought a bucket of extra-spicy fried chicken and a container of coleslaw.

Bir hindi, bir piliçten biraz daha büyüktür. - A turkey is a little bigger than a chicken.

piliç eti
korkak

Sen böyle bir korkaksın. - You're such a chicken.

(deyim) korkak olmak (coward)

chicken out olarak sözlükte yer alıyor.

{i} civciv
{i} toy
ödlek
out korkudan çekinmek
{i} kız

Tom bir ekstra-baharat kovası, kızarmış piliç ve bir konteyner lahana salatası ısmarladı. - Tom bought a bucket of extra-spicy fried chicken and a container of coleslaw.

Tom, kızarmış tavuk seviyor. - Tom loves fried chicken.

{f} korkak davranmak
{i} yavru kuş
tavuk veya diğer kümes hayvanlannın eti
{f} out argo korkudan çekinmek
{i} cesaret yoklama oyunu
genç kız
{f} korkudan çekinmek
korkak kişi
tavuklu
bulada
tavuk eti
chicken pox
suçiçeği

Ben bir çocukken suçiçeği geçirdim. - I had chicken pox as a kid.

Bende suçiçeği olduğuna inanıyorum. - I believe I've got the chicken pox.

cowardly
{s} ödlek
chicken curry
(Gıda) piliç körili
chicken pox
su çiçeği hastalığı
chicken breast
(Gıda) piliç göğsü
chicken out
korkup vazgeçmek
chicken out
cesaretini yitirmek
chicken out
korkup heyecanlanmak
chicken pie
(Gıda) tavuklu börek
chicken rolls
(Gıda) piliç sarma
chicken wings
(Gıda) piliç kanadı
chicken with walnuts
(Gıda) çerkez tavuğu
chicken broth
tavuk suyu
chicken feed
kuş yemi
chicken feed
az para
chicken hearted
korkak
chicken hearted
tavşan yürekli
chicken leg
tavuk bacağı
chicken livered
korkak
chicken livered
tavşan yürekli
chicken run
kümes bahçesi
chicken salad
tavuklu salata
chicken wing
tavuk kanadı
chicken and egg situation
(Felsefe) "Yumurta mi tavuktan, tavuk mu yumurtadan çıkmıştır?" ikilemi
chicken and rice
tavuk ve pirinç
chicken breast pudding
(Gıda) Tavuk göğsü
chicken chawarma
tavuk döner
chicken cordon bleu
tavuk Cordon Bleu
chicken droppings
tavuk dışkıları
chicken farm
tavuk çiftliği

Ken'in amcası büyük bir tavuk çiftliğine sahip. - Ken's uncle has a big chicken farm.

chicken feed
tavuk yemi
chicken house
Tavuk kümesi
chicken kabob
tavuk kebap
chicken leg
Tavuk butu
chicken liver
tavuk karaciğer
chicken louse
tavuk biti
chicken manure
tavuk gübresi
chicken marengo
tavuk marengo
chicken mayonnaise
tavuk mayonez
chicken mole
tavuk köstebek
chicken nugget
tavuk nugget
chicken nugget
Una veya ekmek kırıntılarına bantırıldıktan sonra kızartılarak pişirilmiş tavuk eti
chicken nugget
tavuk nagıt
chicken or egg situation
(Felsefe) "Yumurta mi tavuktan, tavuk mu yumurtadan çıkmıştır?" ikilemi
chicken out
Tırsmak, korktuğu için çekinmek
chicken out
Çekinmek, kaçınmak, cesaret edememek
chicken pane
piliç pane
chicken pen
Tavuk kümesi

She was found in a sitting position with her hands tied, in a two-metre hole dug under a chicken pen outside her home.

chicken poop
tavuk poop
chicken pox
(Tıp, İlaç) Su çiçeği

Su çiçeği çocuklarda yaygın bir hastalıktır. - Chicken pox is a common sickness in children.

Çocuğun su çiçeği durumu var. - The child has a case of chicken pox.

chicken satay
Tayland usulü özel sosta, çöp siste tavuk
chicken schnitzel
(Gıda) Tavuk şinitzel
chicken scratch
tavuk çizik
chicken shit
tavuk boku
chicken soup
tavuk çorbası

Sana biraz tavuk çorbası yapayım. - Let me make you some chicken soup.

Biz biraz tavuk çorbası yedik. - We had some chicken soup.

chicken steak
tavuk biftek
chicken stew
tavuk güveç
chicken stock
tavuk suyu
chicken taco
tavuk Taco
chicken thigh
tavuk but
chicken's leg
tavuk bacağını
chicken-pox
tavuk-çiçeği
chicken-wire
Kümes teli
chicken and vegetable stew
(Gıda) sebzeli piliç güveçi
chicken breast
tavuk göğsü
chicken breasted
şişkin göğüslü (kusur)
chicken broth vermiceli soup
(Gıda) tel şehriyeli tavuk çorbası
chicken chestnuts
(Gıda) kestaneli piliç
chicken coop
{i} tavuk kümesi
chicken coop
(isim) tavuk kümesi
chicken croquettes
(Gıda) tavuklu kroket
chicken cubes
(Gıda) tavuk kuşbaşı
chicken feed
bozuk para

Yüz dolar sadece bozuk para. - One hundred dollars is just chicken feed.

chicken feed
argo bozuk para, az para
chicken feed
bozukluk
chicken hearted
{s} ödlek
chicken in curlpaper
(Gıda) kağıtta piliç
chicken industry
(Ticaret) tavuk endüstrisi
chicken livered
ödlek
chicken machine
(Tarım) piliç makinesi
chicken out
{f} kaçınmak
chicken out
{f} çekinmek
chicken picking
(Muzik) çoklu çektirme
chicken pie
tavuk böreği
chicken sandwich
tavuklu sandviç
chicken wing
(Spor) kanat plonjonu
chicken wings
tavuk kanadı
chicken with aubergine puree
(Gıda) beğendili tavuk
chicken with bamya
(Gıda) piliçli bamya
chicken with okra
(Gıda) bamyalı tavuk
cowardly
korkakça

Bu korkakçaydı, üzgünüm. - It was cowardly, and I'm sorry.

boiled chicken
(Gıda) haşlanmış tavuk
boiled chicken
(Gıda) haşlama piliç
chicken out
korkmak
chicken out
korkudan çekinmek
chickens
tavuklar

Amcam tavuklara bakmamı istedi. - My uncle asked me to take care of the chickens.

Tom tavukları besledi. - Tom fed the chickens.

cowardly
namertçe
cowardly
yüreksiz
cowardly
cesaretsiz

Tom utangaç ve cesaretsizdir. - Tom is shy and cowardly.

cowardly
kansız
cream of chicken
(Gıda) kremalı tavuk çorbası
fried chicken
(Gıda) kızarmış tavuk

Tom, kızarmış tavuk seviyor. - Tom loves fried chicken.

Kızarmış tavuk servis edeceğiz. - We'll serve fried chicken.

grilled chicken
(Gıda) piliç ızgara
play game of chicken
kaçak oynamak
roast chicken
(Gıda) piliç kızartma
roasted chicken
(Gıda) piliç kızartma
roasted chicken
(Gıda) kızarmış piliç
spit roasted chicken
(Gıda) piliç çevirme
greater prairie chicken
büyük çayır tavuğu
prairie chicken
kır tavuğu
stewing chicken
tavuk pişirme
be spring chicken
bahar tavuk olmak
chickens
tavuk

Kar taneleri büyük beyaz tavuklar gibi görününceye kadar gittikçe büyüdü. - The snow-flakes became larger and larger, till they appeared like great white chickens.

Tavuklar yiyecek arıyordu. - Chickens were looking for food.

the chicken and the egg situation
(Felsefe) "Yumurta mi tavuktan, tavuk mu yumurtadan çıkmıştır?" ikilemi
cowardly
{s} alçak
cowardly
{s} namert
cowardly
alçakça
cowardly
yüreksizce
cowardly
{s} korkak

Köpek ne kadar küçük ve korkaksa, o kadar kızgın havlar. - The smaller and cowardly the dog, the angrier it barks.

Bu korkakçaydı, üzgünüm. - It was cowardly, and I'm sorry.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To develop physical or other characteristics resembling a chicken's, for example, bumps on the skin
A coward
The game of dare
A confrontational game in which the participants move toward each other at high speed (usually in automobiles); the player who turns first to avoid colliding into the other is the loser
To avoid as a result of fear
cowardly
A domestic fowl, Gallus gallus, especially when young
A young or inexperienced person

This case will make a stir, sir, he remarked. It beats anything I have seen, and I am no chicken..

A young, attractive, slim man, usually having little body hair
The meat from this bird eaten as food
{n} the young of hens, a darling
chickens come home to roost: see roost. chicken out to decide at the last moment not to do something you said you would do, because you are afraid. One of the most widely domesticated poultry species (Gallus gallus), raised worldwide for its meat and eggs. Descended from the wild red jungle fowl of India, chickens have been domesticated for at least 4,000 years. Not until the 19th century did chicken meat and eggs become mass-production commodities. Modern high-volume poultry farms, with rows of cages stacked indoors for control of heat, light, and humidity, began to proliferate in Britain 1920 and in the U.S. after World War II (see factory farming). Females are raised for meat and eggs; immature males are castrated to become meat birds called capons. See also prairie chicken
{f} act in a cowardly manner, run in fear
a domestic fowl bred for flesh or eggs; believed to have been developed from the red jungle fowl
kai
To develop physical or other characteristics resembling a chickens, for example, bumps on the skin
a foolhardy competition; a dangerous activity that is continued until one competitor becomes afraid and stops
Chickens are birds which are kept on a farm for their eggs and for their meat. Lionel built a coop so that they could raise chickens and have a supply of fresh eggs. free-range chickens. = hen Chicken is the flesh of this bird eaten as food. roast chicken with wild mushrooms. chicken soup
a young barnyard fowl
A young person; a child; esp
If you say that someone is counting their chickens, you mean that they are assuming that they will be successful or get something, when this is not certain. I don't want to count my chickens before they are hatched
A domestic fowl, Gallus gallus
easily frightened
a young woman; a maiden
the flesh of a chicken used for food
the clean combination of flesh and skin with or without accompanying bone, derived from the parts or whole carcasses of chicken or a combination thereof, exclusive of feathers, heads, feet and entrails
a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy
A young person of either sex
a domestic fowl bred for flesh or eggs; believed to have been developed from the red jungle fowl a foolhardy competition; a dangerous activity that is continued until one competitor becomes afraid and stops the flesh of a chicken used for food easily frightened
n ayam
If you describe a situation as a chicken and egg situation, you mean that it is impossible to decide which of two things caused the other one. It's a chicken and egg situation. Does the deficiency lead to the eczema or has the eczema led to certain deficiencies?
disapproval If someone calls you a chicken, they mean that you are afraid to do something. I'm scared of the dark. I'm a big chicken. = coward Chicken is also an adjective. Why are you so chicken, Gregory?
> wanzi
{i} domesticated fowl that is bred for its eggs and meat; meat of a chicken; coward (Slang); inexperienced person (Slang) ; young gay man (Vulgar Slang); unnecessary regulations, petty regulations (Slang)
{s} made from chicken, containing chicken (of food); having the flavor of chicken (of food); fearful, lacking courage (Slang); unimportant, trivial (Slang)
A young bird or fowl, esp
moa
Chicken Licken
A children's fable about a hen who, in the classical version, believes the sky is falling after an acorn hits her head, journeys to inform the King, and is finally eaten by Foxy Loxy. Also known by other names including The Sky is Falling
Chicken Licken
The main character in this story, a hysterical hen, sometimes alternatively named Chicken Little under a different title

Foxy Loxy, for instance, accumulated negative karma when he tricked Chicken Licken. He might suffer in this life by contactingsic] the avian flu!.

Chicken Little
By extension, one who panics at the slightest provocation
Chicken Little
The main character in this story, a hysterical hen, alternatively named Chicken Licken under a different title
Chicken Little
A children’s fable about a hen who, in the classical version, believes the sky is falling after an acorn hits her head, journeys to inform the King, and is finally eaten by Foxy Loxy. Also known by other names including The Sky is Falling
chicken Kiev
A dish in which a breast of chicken is stuffed with butter, garlic and parsley, rolled, breaded and fried
chicken Marengo
A dish of floured, browned chicken cooked in tomato sauce and herbs
chicken breast
meat from the body of a chicken

Lunch today is chicken breast with carrots.

chicken burger
A hot sandwich made of a patty of chicken in a bun, often with other ingredients
chicken burger
The chicken patty used in such a sandwich
chicken cannon
A device used during aircraft testing to discharge bird carcasses into airframes and engines to determine resistance to such impacts

The most unusual thing sold is the chicken cannon, a 10-foot-long pneumatic gun used at a test site to fire dead chickens at aircraft wings.

chicken cannons
plural form of chicken cannon
chicken colonel
A member of the U. S. armed forces having the rank of full colonel, as distinct from a lieutenant colonel

In 1944, when many of his West Point classmates—including Omar Bradley and Dwight Eisenhower—had won general's stars, Van Fleet was still a chicken colonel commanding a regiment.

chicken coop
a building, often wooden, in which a small number of poultry are housed
chicken cordon bleu
Thin slices of chicken pressed together and breaded, with a filling of cheese and a ham slice inside, and baked or sautéed
chicken feed
Food (usually grain) given to poultry
chicken feed
A very small or insignificant quantity, especially of money

Some of them old skinflints has no heart Al but why should I fight with a old man over chicken feed like $10?.

chicken fillet
A piece of rubber or silicone placed in a woman's bra under the breast to increase apparent size and/or create more cleavage
chicken gun
Alternative name of chicken cannon
chicken hawk
An adult male preferring younger male sexual partners
chicken hawk
Any of the North American hawk species (Cooper's hawk, sharp-shinned hawk and red-tailed hawk), or counterparts elsewhere, mistakenly believed to be pests
chicken hawk
An advocate of war or military action who is avoiding personal military service, or avoided it in the past
chicken hawks
plural form of chicken hawk
chicken leg
A cooked leg of a chicken
chicken legs
plural form of chicken leg
chicken nugget
A small, boneless piece of chicken in batter
chicken nuggets
plural form of chicken nugget
chicken of the woods
Any edible mushroom of the Laetiporus genus
chicken or egg question
Alternative spelling of chicken-or-egg question

The apparent one-to-one correspondence between comets and meteor showers raised a chicken or egg question which was not fully resolved until the middle of the twentieth century.

chicken out
To shy away from a daring task; to decline, refuse, or avoid something due to fear or uncertainty

We almost convinced his dad to ride the roller coaster, but he chickened out when he saw how high it went.

chicken run
an enclosed area, attached to a chicken coop, in which poultry are allowed to run around and peck
chicken salt
A seasoning comprising table salt blended with herbs, spices, flavourings, and sometimes monosodium glutamate, often containing chicken extracts

Chicken salt. That’s all it was. He wanted chicken salt and he got ordinary salt and so he whinged at me.”.

chicken scratch
Cramped or illegible handwriting
chicken scratches
plural form of chicken scratch
chicken soup
Any soup made with either pieces of chicken or chicken broth as its main ingredient

He should have guessed that her great-great-grandmother's secret chicken soup recipe was a can from the store.

chicken strips
Chicken fingers, or chicken tenders. A style of batter-fried chicken without skin or bones
chicken strips
The band of unscuffed tire surface at the outer edges of the contact surface
chicken tractor
A movable enclosure in which chickens can scratch the ground for food
chicken turtle
An uncommon freshwater turtle found in the southeast of the United States, similar in appearance to the Eastern painted turtle but with an unusually long, striped neck, a yellow stripe on each of its legs and a net-like pattern on its carapace
chicken wing
A wing of a chicken cleaned and carved for use in cooking
chicken wing
A cooked wing of a chicken
chicken wings
plural form of chicken wing
chicken wire
a mesh of wire, usually galvanized, with a hexagonal pattern, generally used for making fences, especially for enclosures for small farm animals and pets

You'll recall that normally any old hen had sense enough not to run or fly into a chicken wire fence, but the same old hen at the sight of a hawk would lose all judgment about fences, and plunge headlong into it..

chicken wire
a type of such material, differentiated by material, coating, wire thickness, width, and mesh size
chicken wires
plural form of chicken wire
chicken-feed
Alternative spelling of chicken feed
chicken-fried steak
A Southern US dish of tenderized cube steak coated with seasoned flour and pan-fried
chicken-hearted
not brave; lacking courage; cowardly

These chicken-hearted bosses always seem to give in at the first sign of a strike.

chicken-or-egg question
A question to decide which of two interdependent things happened first
chicken-shit
A coward

I told him I wasn't having his insults, and he just backed right down. What a chicken-shit.

chicken-shit
Cowardly

How chickenshit of that girl to just stand there and do nothing.

chicken-shit
Behavior characteristic of a coward
chicken-shit
Something petty or contemptible
chicken-shit
Contemptibly unimportant
chicken-turtle
A variant form of chicken turtle
chicken-wing
Passing a hard-hit ball with the upper arm extended out from the body. This usually has the lower arm pulled in toward the body, and is reminiscent of a chicken's wings when trussed

Don't chicken-wing it!.

chicken-wing
A cooked (usually breaded) wing of a chicken
chicken-fight
fight while sitting on somebody's shoulders
chicken and egg situation
(Felsefe) The Chicken or the egg causality dilemma is commonly stated as "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" To ancient philosophers, the question about the first chicken or egg also evoked the questions of how life and the universe in general began
chicken coop
(Also chicken house) A building where chickens are kept on a farm or homestead
chicken house
(Also chicken coop) A building where chickens are kept on a farm or homestead
chicken mole
(Gıda) Chicken Mole Poblano is a complex dish to make when it is made in traditional fashion. A number of different chili peppers can be used for the sauce. The mole also includes spices like cumin, ground nuts, Mexican chocolate or unsweetened chocolate. Onions and garlic help to balance the flavors
chicken or egg situation
(Felsefe) The Chicken or the egg causality dilemma is commonly stated as "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" To ancient philosophers, the question about the first chicken or egg also evoked the questions of how life and the universe in general began
Chicken Little
a story for children in which a chicken called Chicken Little thinks that the sky is falling and persuades many other animal friends that great danger is coming
chicken Kiev
A dish made of a rolled chicken fillet that is filled with butter, coated with batter, and fried until crisp
chicken and rice
rice and chicken cooked together with or without other ingredients and variously seasoned
chicken breast
breast area of a chicken (often sliced and breaded for frying)
chicken broth
a stock made with chicken
chicken cacciatore
chicken casserole prepared with tomatoes and mushrooms and herbs in the Italian style
chicken casserole
chicken cooked and served in a casserole
chicken coop
a farm building for housing poultry
chicken coop
{i} henhouse, structure in which chickens are housed, chicken-shed
chicken cordon bleu
thin slices of chicken stuffed with cheese and ham and then sauteed
chicken dung
chicken droppings
chicken farm
farm where chickens are raised for sale
chicken feed
If you think that an amount of money is so small it is hardly worth having or considering, you can say that it is chicken feed. I was making a million a year, but that's chicken feed in the pop business. = peanuts. A trifling amount of money. an amount of money that is so small that it is almost not worth having
chicken feed
food for chickens; insignificant amount of money; small enterprise
chicken feed
dry mash for poultry
chicken hawk
nontechnical term for any hawks said to prey on poultry
chicken hawk
{i} any of the several hawks that prey on chickens, hen hawk; (Slang) person who has never served in the army but favors aggressive or warlike political policy to carry through a foreign policy; (Vulgar Slang) older man who searches for boys or young men as his sexual partners
chicken head
(Slang) loose and immoral woman
chicken hearted
{s} (Slang) not brave; cowardly; missing courage; fearful
chicken kabob
pieces of chicken roasted on a skewer
chicken kiev
pounded chicken cutlets rolled around butter (that has been seasoned with herbs) and then covered with crumbs and fried
chicken leg
the lower joint of the leg of a chicken
chicken little
a fictional character who was hit on the head with an acorn and believed that the sky was falling
chicken liver
liver of a chicken used as meat
chicken louse
parasitic on poultry
chicken manure
chicken excreta used as fertilizer
chicken marengo
braised chicken with onions and mushrooms in a wine and tomato sauce
chicken mousse
mousse made with chicken
chicken nuggets
small pieces of chicken which have been breaded and cooked
chicken out
{f} (Slang) lose faith in oneself or courage to do something (as in "Tom was going to ask Diane out for a date, but he chickened out the last minute"); withdraw because of lack of courage or tiredness
chicken out
remove oneself from an obligation; "He bowed out when he heard how much work was involved
chicken out
remove oneself from an obligation; "He bowed out when he heard how much work was involved"
chicken out
If someone chickens out of something they were intending to do, they decide not to do it because they are afraid. His mother complains that he makes excuses to chicken out of family occasions such as weddings I had never ridden on a motor-cycle before. But it was too late to chicken out
chicken paprika
chicken simmered in broth with onions and paprika then mixed with sour cream
chicken pox
A mild, eruptive disease, generally attacking children only; varicella
chicken pox
chick·en·pox an infectious illness which causes a slight fever and spots on your skin
chicken pox
type of disease characterized by red itchy blisters on the skin
chicken roundworm
intestinal parasite of domestic fowl
chicken run
an enclosed yard for keeping poultry
chicken run
An enclosed area in which chickens are allowed to walk and run about. an area surrounded by a fence where chickens are kept
chicken salad
salad composed primarily of chopped chicken meat
chicken sandwich
a sandwich made with a filling of sliced chicken
chicken scratch
illegible writing
chicken snake
large North American snake
chicken soup
soup made with poultry, warm liquid food made from boiling chicken meat in water
chicken soup
soup made from chicken broth
chicken steak
slice of meat from a chicken (intended for broiling or frying)
chicken stew
a stew made with chicken
chicken stock
a stock made with chicken
chicken taco
a taco with a chicken filling
chicken tetrazzini
prepared with mushrooms in a cream sauce served over pasta and topped with cheese
chicken wing
the wing of a chicken
chicken wire
Chicken wire is a type of thin wire netting. A light-gauge galvanized wire fencing usually made with hexagonal mesh. a type of thin wire net used to make fences for chickens (Because it is used for making a fence around an area where chickens are kept)
chicken wire
a galvanized wire network with a hexagonal mesh; used to build fences
chicken yard
an enclosed yard for keeping poultry
chicken's leg
leg of a chicken
chicken-fried steak
a thin piece of beef covered in breadcrumbs and cooked in hot fat
choke the chicken
To masturbate
choked the chicken
Simple past tense and past participle of choke the chicken
chokes the chicken
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of choke the chicken
choking the chicken
Present participle of choke the chicken
Mother Carey's chicken
The storm petrel
a chicken in every pot
suggestive of general welfare or prosperity

At least nowadays we have a chicken in every pot, and a car in every garage to boot!.

butter chicken
A mild curry in which marinaded chicken tikkas are cooked in butter with a makhani sauce
coronation chicken
Cold pre-cooked chicken meat in a creamy mayonnaise-based sauce with herbs and spices, used as a sandwich filling or in salads
no spring chicken
Said of a person who is no longer particularly young

He doubtless hoped for a sympathetic ruling from President Reagan, at 70 no spring chicken himself.

popcorn chicken
Small morsels of boneless chicken, battered and fried, resulting in little nuggets that resemble popcorn
prairie chicken
Either of two species of flightless bird of the genus Tympanuchus, native to the prairies of North America, the greater and lesser prairie chickens
rubber-chicken dinner
A formal dinner or event thrown by politicians to raise funds
run around like a chicken with its head cut off
To act in a haphazard or aimless way; frantically or without control

The president doesn't know what to do. He's running around like a headless chicken.

sage chicken
the sage grouse
spring chicken
A chicken for eating while it is still young
taste like chicken
Comically describes the taste of unique food, deriving humour from the idea that many exotic meats, from squab to rattlesnake, can taste like ordinary chicken

Yeah. It tastes like chicken.

tastes like chicken
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of taste like chicken
A chicken
chick
Chicken pox
varicella
chickened
past of chicken
chickening
present participle of chicken
chickens
plural of chicken
chickens
third-person singular of chicken
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение chicken в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

piliç çevirme roast chicken, chicken roasted
on a spit
chicken
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