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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} midye

Deniz tarağı, midye ve istiridyelerin kabukları vardır. - Clams, mussels and oysters have shells.

(up ile) gıkını çıkarmamak
{f} yapış
(argo) Amerikan doları
{i} içine kapanık kimse
{i} deniz tarağı

Tom bir kase deniz tarağı çorbası yedi. - Tom ate a bowl of clam chowder.

Deniz tarağının en büyük türü dev deniz tarağıdır. - The largest kind of clam is the giant clam.

gıkını çıkarmamak
deniz tarağı pişirilip yenen bir piknik
deniztarağı,v.yapış: n.midye
i., zool. tarak, deniz tarağı
çift çeneli kova
clamshell i tarak kabuğu
sessiz ve içine kapanık kimse
{i} neşeli parti
{i} istiridye

Deniz samuru, sırtüstü yüzerken istiridye yemeyi seviyor. - Sea otters love to eat clams while swimming on their backs.

Tom bir istiridye kadar mutlu. - Tom is as happy as a clam.

{i} şamatalı toplantı
(Askeri) sakin
clam up
ağzını açmamak
clam up
tek bir kelime etmemek
clam up
sesini kesmek
clam up
(Fiili Deyim ) dilini tutmak , sesini kesmek
clam up
gıkını çıkarmamak
clam up
sesini kes
clam up
clam chowder
deniz tarağı çorbası

Tom bir kase deniz tarağı çorbası yedi. - Tom ate a bowl of clam chowder.

razor clam
razor clam
(Gıda) solinya
giant clam
dev istiridye
long neck clam
uzun bacaklı deniz tarağı
hard clam
sert deniz tarağı
razor clam
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Ustura midyesi, sülünez, sülüne
adjustable clam nozzle
(Havacılık) ayar edilebilir lüle
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To dig for clams
A bivalve mollusk of many kinds, especially those that are edible; as, the long clam (Mya arenaria), the quahog or round clam (Venus mercenaria), the sea clam or hen clam (Spisula solidissima), and other species of the United States. The name is said to have been given originally to the Tridacna gigas, a huge East Indian bivalve
Strong pincers or forceps
A kind of vise, usually of wood
A dollar (usually used in the plural). Possibly originating from the term wampum

Those sneakers cost me fifty clams!.

{n} a genus of bivalvular shell fish
{i} shellfish, edible marine mollusk; nontalkative person (Slang)
Strong pinchers or forceps
{f} gather clams
a piece of paper money worth one dollar
To produce, in bell ringing, a clam or clangor; to cause to clang
burrowing marine mollusk living on sand or mud flesh of either hard-shell or soft-shell clams gather clams, by digging in the sand by the ocean
A mollusc that lives between two flattened shells
burrowing marine mollusk living on sand or mud
n apitan
(Hamaguri or Aoyagi)
To be moist or glutinous; to stick; to adhere
A bivalve mollusk of many kinds, especially those that are edible; as, the long clam (Mya arenaria), the quahog or round clam (Venus mercenaria), the sea clam or hen clam (Spisula solidissima), and other species of the United States
Clams are a kind of shellfish which can be eaten. A clamp or vise. clammed clamming clam up to suddenly stop talking, especially when you are nervous or shy. In general, any bivalve mollusk. True clams, in the strict sense, have equal shells, closed by two opposing muscles, and a powerful, muscular, burrowing foot. They usually lie buried in the sand in shallow marine waters. Clams draw in and expel water for respiration and feeding through two tubes, the siphons. Species range in size from 0.004 in. to 4 ft (0.1 mm-1.2 m) across. Many species are edible, including the coquina clam, geoduck, quahog, and soft-shell clam. heart clam coquina clam razor clam
gather clams, by digging in the sand by the ocean
The brackish water clam common in Lake Pontchartrain is the Rangia Clam Rangia cuniata, a popular food of the Tchefuncte era Indians Clam shells were discarded by the people in large mounds called middens
A dollar (usually used in the plural.)
The name is said to have been given originally to the Tridacna gigas, a huge East Indian bivalve
A crash or clangor made by ringing all the bells of a chime at once
a shellfish with two tightly closed shells that are hinged together The soft meat inside the shells can be eaten
Claminess; moisture
To clog, as with glutinous or viscous matter
(I) A horse-shoe shaped clip which can be put onto the collar of an oar to quickly or temporarily soften the gearing
flesh of either hard-shell or soft-shell clams
A mistake Bad note, bad timing, whatever
A bivalve sea creature with an edible body
clam chowder
A type of chowder made from clams and usually potatoes, with numerous variations
clam chowders
plural form of clam chowder
clam shacks
plural form of clam shack
clam shrimp
A kind of branchiopod crustacean, of the order Conchostraca, which is covered by a bivalve shell and well adopted to live in temporary, shallow ponds
clam shrimps
plural form of clam shrimp
clam up
To become silent; to stop talking, to shut up

Maybe he … or she … was a witness who refused to clam up … a whistle blower ….

clam worm
A polychete worm, Nereis succinea
clam worms
plural form of clam worm
clam chowder
Any of various soups made with clams, salt pork, potatoes, onions, and milk or tomatoes
clam chowder
chowder containing clams
clam dip
a dip made of clams and soft cream cheese
clam up
refuse to talk or stop talking; fall silent; "The children shut up when their father approached"
clam up
If someone clams up, they stop talking, often because they are shy or to avoid giving away secrets. As soon as I told her my name, she clammed up
Manhattan clam chowder
A variety of clam chowder with the addition of tomatoes
Manhattan clam chowders
plural form of Manhattan clam chowder
ark clam
Any of the small to large-sized edible saltwater clams in the family Arcidae
bearded clam

No panties, just bearded clam and glorious ass..

boring clam
A clam, Tridacna crocea, capable of burrowing even through rock
butterfly clam
a species of mussel, Ellipsaria lineolata, that inhabits rivers in the southern United States
One who digs for clams
happy as a clam
Extremely happy and carefree
razor clam
A clam of several species with long curved shells resembling straight razors
{a} clogged up with matter, starved
{n} the taking of clams
razor clam
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The razor shell, Ensis arcuatus, also called razor clam or razor fish, is a bivalve of the family Solenidae. It is found on sandy beaches in Northern Europe and Eastern Canada, such as Prince Edward Island, where it is most populous in the world. It prefers coarser sand than its relatives E. ensis and E. siliqua
Manhattan clam chowder
A soup made with clams, tomatoes and other vegetables, and seasonings
New England clam chowder
A thick soup made with clams, onions, salt pork, potatoes, and milk
blood clam
red-blooded clam
butter clam
A large, delicately flavored clam of the genus Saxidomus, found on the Pacific coast of North America and having a distinctive shell that was formerly used as money by Native Americans. Also called money shell
past of clam
present participle of clam
plural of clam
Système de Classification Automatique de Données Multispectrales (école national supérieure des mines de Paris)
Cape Libraries Automated Materials Sharing network
informal terms for money
A wooden clamp held between the knees to hold the shoemaker's work [Devlin, 1840]
coquina clam
Any clam of the genus Donax, inhabiting sandy beaches worldwide. Coquinas are very active; they migrate up and down beaches with the tide and can reburrow between waves. They have short siphons and feed on suspended plant material and detritus. A typical species, D. variabilis, measures about 0.4-1 in. (10-25 mm) in length. Its shell is wedge-shaped and varies from white, yellow, and pink to blue and mauve
giant clam
giant clam inhabiting reefs in the southern Pacific weighing up to 500 pounds
manhattan clam chowder
a chowder made with clams and tomatoes and other vegetables and seasonings
new england clam chowder
a thick chowder made with clams and potatoes and onions and salt pork and milk
razor clam
marine clam having a long narrow curved thin shell
razor clam
type of mollusc (also known as jackknife clam)
razor clam
Any of various clams of the family Solenidae, characteristically having long narrow shells. Any of several species of marine clams (family Solenidae) common in intertidal sands and muds, particularly of temperate seas. Razor clams have narrow and elongated shells (shaped like straight razors) up to 8 in. (20 cm) long. A large active foot enables them to move rapidly up and down within their burrow and retreat quickly when disturbed. With their short siphons (tubes) they feed on particulate material in seawater. Some species can swim short distances by jetting water through their siphons
sea clam
(Mactra, or Spisula, solidissima); called also beach clam, and surf clam
sea clam
Any one of the large bivalve mollusks found on the open seacoast, especially those of the family Mactridæ, as the common American species
soft-shell clam
A common edible North American clam (Mya arenaria) having a thin, elongated shell, found especially along the Atlantic coast. Also called soft clam, steamer
soft-shell clam
an edible clam with thin oval-shaped shell found in coastal regions of the United States and Europe a clam that is usually steamed in the shell
surf clam
large edible clam
surf clam
Any of various usually large edible clams of the family Mactridae, commonly living in the surf of coastal waters

    Турецкое произношение



    cherrystone, littleneck, mollusk, quahog


    /ˈklam/ /ˈklæm/


    [ 'klam ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English clamm bond, fetter; akin to Old High German klamma constriction, Latin glomus ball.


    clams, clamming, clammed

    Общие Словосочетания

    clam chowder, clam up


    ... with a clam shell phone trying to take a picture. ...

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