chuck

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} atma
(out) çöpe atmak
takoz olarak kullanılan odun veya kalas
f., k.dili
{f} gıdaklamak
{f} atmak
at
{i} sevimli şey
{i} fırlatma
{i} torna bağlama aynası
{f} çenesini okşamak
{i} çenesini okşama
{i} atış
{f} son vermek
{f} savurmak
{i} gıdaklama
{i} kavrama
{i} gurklama
{f} bırakmak
{f} fırlatmak
bili bili
kilitleme tertibatı
okşama
vazgeçmek
terketmek
sepetlemek
dışarı atmak
torna aynası
(Mühendislik) ayna
Atmak, alıp bir tarafa fırlatmak
but/çıkış
sığırın boynu ile kürek kemiği arasmdaki kısım
vazg
chuck wagon içinde kovboylara yemek hazırlanan araba
dağ sıçanı
chuck bır
burgu aynası
torna balama aynası
drill chuck matkap aynası
torna kafası
matkap kovanı
chuck sth. in
{k} (deyim) isini birakmak,bir seyi tapmaktan vaz gecmek
chuck away on
heba etmek
chuck away on
sokağa atmak
chuck it
(Konuşma Dili) kes!
chuck out
sepetlemek
chuck out
(Dilbilim) başından atmak
chuck out
dışarı atmak
chuck out
(Dilbilim) başından savmak
chuck out
(Dilbilim) kabul etmemek
chuck together
karşılaştırmak
chuck up
(Dilbilim) istifra etmek
chuck up
(Dilbilim) çıkarmak
chuck out
zorla at
chuck sth in
yapmaktan vazgeçmek
chuck sth in
işini bırakmak
chuck steak
chuck biftek
chuck sth in up
işini bırakmak, bir şeyi yapmaktan vazgeçmek
chuck-a-uee
(deyim) (Aus) U dönüşü yapmak
Chuck it
{k} Onu bırak!/Ondan vazgeç!
Chuck it
{k} Onu çöpe at!/At onu!/At gitsin!
chuck a sickie
(Argo) işten izin almak
chuck around
(deyim) rasgele sallamak
chuck away
fırlatmak
chuck away
israf etmek
chuck away
savurmak
chuck away
boşa harcamak
chuck away
kaybetmek
chuck away
atmak
chuck away
tepmek
chuck chuck
bili bili
chuck it
bırak
chuck it
durdur
chuck it up
{k} bir işi bırakmak, bir işten ayrılmak/vazgeçmek
chuck key
sıkma anahtarı
chuck one's weight about
gösteriş yapmak
chuck one's weight around
güç gösterisinde bulunmak
chuck oneself away
(Argo) kendine yazık etmek
chuck oneself away
(Argo) kendini harcamak
chuck out
yaka paça çıkarmak
chuck out
atmak
chuck out
çöpe atmak
chuck out
kovmak
chuck out
kapı dışarı etmek
chuck out
(Fiili Deyim ) -den dışarı atmak , sepetlemek
chuck s.o. out
{k} birini dışarı atmak/kapı dışarı etmek/sepetlemek
chuck s.o. out
{k} birini işten atmak
chuck somebody out
yaka paça dışarı atmak
chuck somebody under the chin
gıdık almak
chuck sth. up
{k} (deyim) isini birakmak,bir seyi tapmaktan vaz gecmek
chuck up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- işini bırakmak 2- vazgeçmek 3- yemek , atıştırmak
chuck out
(Dilbilim) evden atmak
chuck out
(Dilbilim) defetmek
chuck out
(Dilbilim) kurtulmak
chuck up
(Dilbilim) kusmak
chuck up
(Dilbilim) kesmek
chuck up
(Dilbilim) durdurmak
drill chuck
(Mekanik) mandren
independent chuck
(Mekanik) mengeneli ayna
bell chuck
kovan aynası
combinatlon chuck universal
torna bağlama aynası
die chuck
lokma aynası
drill chuck
matkap aynası
jaw chuck
çeneli ayna
lathe chuck
torna aynası
magnetic chuck
mıknatıslı torna aynası
prong chuck
tırnaklı ayna
scroll chuck
matkap aynası
combination chuck
(Mühendislik) universal ayna
combination chuck
universal torna bağlama aynası
cup chuck
derin yüzlü torna aynası
eccentric chuck
salgılı ayna, kaçık ayna
geared screw chuck
Dişli vida chuck
independent chuck
(Mühendislik) çeneleri ayrı sıkılır ayna, mengeneli ayna
magnetic chuck
(Mühendislik) mıknatıslı ayna
the chuck
chuck
universal chuck
universal ayna
wood chuck
ahşap ayna
combination chuck
(Mekanik) kombinasyon ayna
concentric jaw chuck
ortak merkezli çeneli ayna
drill chuck
matkap başı
eccentric chuck
kaçık ayna
eccentric chuck
salgılı ayna
elliptic chuck
eliptik ayna
fork chuck
çift çatallı torna aynası
get the chuck
(Fiili Deyim ) işten çıkarılmak , çenesini okşamak
give smb. the chuck
el çektirmek
give smb. the chuck
kovmak
give smb. the chuck
işten atmak
lathe chuck
torna başlığı
moniton chuck
(Tekstil) ayarlı ayna
my chuck
şekerim
my chuck
yavrum
my chuck
kuzum
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
a Chuck Taylor shoe (usually referred to in plural form, Chucks)
A diminutive of the male given name Charles
The city of Edmonton (so named because of the large Ukrainian population; -chuk is common suffix in Ukrainian surnames)
An act of vomiting
A gentle touch

She gave him an affectionate chuck under the chin.

To discard, to throw away

This food's gone off - you'd better chuck it.

To throw, especially in a careless or inaccurate manner

Chuck that magazine to me, would you?.

Meat from the shoulder of a cow or other animal
To vomit
In general, a mechanical device to hold something, such as a drill bit, firmly in place, as in a high-speed rotating machine such as a drill or grinder
To throw the ball rather than bowl it
Friend or close acquaintance

Are you alright, chuck?.

{v} to make a noise like a hen, to strike gently
{n} the noise of a hen, stroke, game
A small pebble; called also chuckstone and chuckiestone
The act of throwing a Chuckin Tomahawk
{f} throw, toss; tap someone affectionately under the chin; throw away
A thrown form which is centered and stuck onto the wheel head where it is used to hold a pot for trimming
informal terms for a meal
A workholding device which grips primarily on the outside diameter of a rotational part
A short throw; a toss
throw carelessly; "chuck the ball"
A game played with chucks, in which one or more are tossed up and caught; jackstones
Part of a closing machine which fits inside countersink and in chuck ring of can lid or end during seaming operation
To strike gently; to give a gentle blow to
The breast of a steer; where pot roasts and stewing beef are cut from
Any device that holds wood in either jaws or wood is fitted into a cylinder of the chuck It is mounted on the headstock spindle
(B) throw away (as a number of points or a contract) through error
throw away; "Chuck these old notes"
a holding jig or fixture for three-dimensional ware used to position the object to be decorated
a holding device consisting of adjustable jaws that center a workpiece in a lathe or center a tool in a drill the part of a forequarter from the neck to the ribs and including the shoulder blade pat or squeeze fondly or playfully, especially under the chin throw carelessly; "chuck the ball"
To throw, esp. in a careless or inaccurate manner
To chuckle; to laugh
{i} clamp; section of meat (between the neck and shoulder); grub, meal (Slang)
n Lathe: the spinning piece that holds the stockpiece Drill Press: the spinning piece that holds a drill bit
A sudden, small noise
A portable fire hydrant carried on the apparatus with one or more gated connections for fire hose The device screws into a special flush hydrant connection on the water main or a special main Also an air line connection
The round part of a drill that holds the bit; in general a mechanical device to hold something rigidly in place
A slight blow or pat under the chin
To place in a chuck, or hold by means of a chuck, as in turning; to bore or turn (a hole) in a revolving piece held in a chuck
eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
Usually refers to the holding device at the end of a power drill or lathe Serves a similar purpose to that of a collet on a router
A contrivance or machine fixed to the mandrel of a lathe, for holding a tool or the material to be operated upon
pat or squeeze fondly or playfully, especially under the chin
If you chuck your job or some other activity, you stop doing it. Last summer, he chucked his 10-year career as a London stockbroker and headed for the mountains. In British English chuck in and chuck up mean the same as chuck. Almost half the British public think about chucking in their jobs and doing their own thing at least once a month
To toss or throw smartly out of the hand; to pitch
The chuck or call of a hen
When you chuck something somewhere, you throw it there in a casual or careless way. I took a great dislike to the clock, so I chucked it in the dustbin = throw
a holding device consisting of adjustable jaws that center a workpiece in a lathe or center a tool in a drill
A chuck is a device for holding a tool in a machine such as a drill. Berry Chuck Close Chuck Jones Chuck Yeager Chuck
throw away; "Chuck these old notes
Tube-like form to hold a pot upside-down on the wheel for trimming the foot
A word of endearment; corrupted from chick
To call, as a hen her chickens
To make a noise resembling that of a hen when she calls her chickens; to cluck
To consume wood in a rapid manner
A cylinder shaped device with two, three or four moveable jaws inside so that when one part of the cylinder is turned and the other held still, the jaws close to hold a bit Used on drills A typical chuck will hold from 1/16" to 3/8" Collet
If your girlfriend or boyfriend chucks you, they end the relationship. There wasn't a great fuss when I chucked her
A piece of the backbone of an animal, from between the neck and the collar bone, with the adjoining parts, cut for cooking; as, a chuck steak; a chuck roast
the part of a forequarter from the neck to the ribs and including the shoulder blade
Chuck E. Cheese
The chain's logo and mascot, an anthropomorphic rat
Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese's, a chain of pizzerias complemented by diversions for young children such as climbing equipment, arcades, and animatronic characters

Man, I'd climb on the jungle gym. Everyone laughs. I go into Chuck E. Cheese, I'm climbing up through the—, I'll chase my kids through those little crawl spaces up there.

chuck away
To discard, or throw away

This shirt has just about had it. I think I'll chuck it away.

chuck in
to give up, to quit

So in February 1987, when a colleague suggested it was time to chuck it in, Murphy agreed without emotion. Members who had reached the age of fifty-five or had thirty years of service could now take an early retirement.

chuck it down
To rain heavily

It's really chucking it down, I'm glad I brought my umbrella.

chuck out
To discard, to dispose of
chuck steak
A particular cut of beef, containing part of the shoulder bones
chuck steaks
plural form of chuck steak
chuck up
To vomit; throw up

Take it easy on the roller coasters or you're going to chuck up your lunch.

chuck up
To chuck up the sponge; to give up; to admit defeat; to jig up, throw up, jack up; to break a contract; to abandon or quit (something)
chuck wagon
Wagon used to prepare meals on a cattle drives, in the latter part of the 19th century
chuck you Farley
Fuck you

Chuck you, Farley, I'm not having anything to do with it..

chuck-a-luck
(Oyunlar) Chuck-a-luck, also known as birdcage, is an unequal game of chance played with three dice. It is derived from grand hazard, and both can be considered a variant of sic bo, a popular casino game, although chuck-a-luck is more of a carnival game than a true casino game. The game is sometimes used as a fundraiser for charity
chuck-a-uee
(deyim) (Aus) make U turn in a car

Chuck a uee and its the first street on the left.

Chuck Berry
a US singer, guitar player, and songwriter whose music was in the rhythm and blues style. His many popular songs include Johnny B. Goode and No Particular Place to Go, and his style had a big influence on 1960s musicians such as the Rolling Stones (1926- ). orig. Charles Edward Anderson Berry born Oct. 18, 1926, St. Louis, Mo., U.S. U.S. singer-songwriter. Though first interested in country music, in the early 1950s Berry led a blues trio that played in black nightclubs around St. Louis. In 1955 he traveled to Chicago and made his first hit record, "Maybellene," which was soon followed by "Sweet Little Sixteen," "Johnny B. Goode," "Rock and Roll Music," and "Roll Over, Beethoven." He was one of the first to shape big-beat blues into what came to be called rock and roll (see rock music) and to achieve widespread popularity with white audiences. After two trials tainted by racist overtones, in 1959 he began a five-year prison sentence for immoral behaviour. In 1972 he achieved his first number one hit, "My Ding-A-Ling." He continued to perform into the 1990s. The Beatles and the Rolling Stones were among the many rock bands greatly influenced by Berry
Chuck Berry
(born 1926) famous African American guitarist and songwriter who is considered a pioneer of rock and roll music
Chuck Close
born July 5, 1940, Monroe, Wash., U.S. U.S. artist. After early Abstract Expressionist experiments, in his first solo exhibition Close showed a series of enormous black-and-white portraits that he had painstakingly transformed from small photographs to colossal, Photorealist paintings. Throughout his career, he concentrated on portraits from the neck up based on photographs he had taken. In addition to self-portraits, the paintings were usually of friends, many of whom were prominent in the art world. He experimented with a variety of media and techniques, including using fingerprints and colourful tiles that, seen from a distance, combined into an illusionistic whole. In 1988 a spinal blood clot left Close almost completely paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. A brush-holding device strapped to his wrist and forearm, however, allowed him to continue working
Chuck Jones
in full Charles Martin Jones born Sept. 21, 1912, Spokane, Wash., U.S. died Feb. 22, 2002, Corona del Mar, Calif. U.S. animator. He became a cartoonist for Warner Brothers (1933-62), where he helped develop characters such as Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, and Wile E. Coyote. Three of his cartoon films, noted for their speed and action, won Academy Awards. He was head of animation for MGM in the 1960s, then formed his own company and directed animated features such as The Phantom Tollbooth (1971) and specials for television. Jones received an Academy Award for lifetime achievement in 1996
Chuck Yeager
orig. Charles Elwood Yeager born Feb. 13, 1923, Myra, W.Va., U.S. U.S. test pilot. He served as a fighter pilot in World War II and became a flight instructor and test pilot after the war. Chosen to test-fly the secret experimental X-1 aircraft, on Oct. 14, 1947, he became the first person to break the sound barrier in flight, with a speed of 670 mph (1,079 km/hr). A brash and colourful personality, he retired with the rank of brigadier general in 1975 and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1985
chuck away
If you chuck something away, you throw it away or waste it. You cannot chuck money away on little luxuries like that
chuck chuck
{ü} (used when calling chickens) here chick chick!
chuck in
see chuck 2
chuck it!
stop it!
chuck out
If a person is chucked out of a job, a place, or their home, they are forced by other people to leave. Any head teacher who made errors like this would be chucked out I was chucked out of my London flat in 1960 Her parents are going to chuck her out on the street
chuck out
throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
chuck out
put out or expel from a place; "The child was expelled from the classroom"
chuck out
If you chuck something out, you throw it away, because you do not need it or cannot use it. Many companies have struggled valiantly to use less energy and chuck out less rubbish. = throw away
chuck short ribs
between the chuck and the brisket
chuck steak
meat that comes from just above the shoulder of a cow
chuck up
see chuck 2
chuck up the sponge
admit to failure; give up
chuck wagon
a wagon equipped with a cookstove and provisions (for cowboys)
chuck wagon
A wagon equipped with food and cooking utensils, as on a ranch or in a lumber camp. a vehicle that carries food for a group of people (chuck (19-20 centuries), perhaps from CHUCK)
chuck-will's-widow
{i} large nightjar that is similar to a whippoorwill and is native to southern United States
chuck-will's-widow
large whippoorwill-like bird of the southern United States
chucked
past of chuck
chucking
present participle of chuck
chucks
third person singular present tense of the verb to chuck
chucks
plural of chuck
collet chuck
A workholding device using a collet
collet chuck
a cone-shaped chuck used for holding cylindrical pieces in a lathe
drill chuck
{i} chuck used to hold a drill bit
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the chuck
chuck
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