cow

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inek

İnek yararlı bir hayvandır. - A cow is a useful animal.

İnekler kocaman ve uysal görünüyordu. - The cows looked big and docile.

yıldırmak
fil gibi iri hayvanların dişisi
korkutmak
{f} zorla getir
sindirmek
zorla getir(mek)
dişi balina
cow shark boz camgöz
yıldır
dişi/inek
(Nükleer Bilimler) radyoizotop üreteci
dişi fil
{i} büyük hayvan (dişi)
büyük dişi hayvan
Hexanchus griseus
gözünü korkutmak
inek,v.zorla getir: n.inek
dişi

Bir boğa erkektir ve bir inek dişidir. - A bull is male and a cow is female.

Bir ineğin kaç dişi var? - How many teeth does a cow have?

posta koymak
cow parsley
(isim) Frenk maydanozu
cow bell
inek çıngırağı
cow pea
börülce
cow bell
inek canı
cow boy
inek oğlan
cow catcher
lokomotif mahmuzu
cow dung
inek gübresi
cow girl
inek kız
cow hide
inek gizlemek
cow house
inek ev
cow liver
dana karaciğeri
cow pea
inek bezelye
cow peas
inek bezelye
cow pen
inek kalem
cow pony
inek midilli
cow-pox
inek çiçeği
cow hand
sığırtmaç
cow hand
kovboy
cow hand
sığır çobanı
cow parsnip
maydanoz türü bir bitki
cow smb. into
zorlamak
cow smb. into
mecbur etmek
cash cow
(Ticaret) sağmal inek
cowed
sinik
cowed
yıldırılmış
cows
inekler

İnekler ihtiyacımız olan birçok şey bize verirler. - Cows supply us with many things we need.

İnekler bize süt sağlar. - Cows provide us with milk.

cows
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) öküz
dairy cow
(Çiftçilik) sağmal inek
holy cow!
(deyim) şaşkınlık belirteci: vay anasını!
kine
(Tıp) kine
kine
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) öküz
sacred cow
(Argo) tabu
cowed
{f} zorla getir
dairy cow
mandıra ineği
dry cow
sütü kesilmiş inek
kine
inekler
kine
inek
milch cow
sağmal inek
sacred cow
eleştirilemez fikir
sea cow
denizperisi
sea cow
denizayısı
a cow
bir inek
a cow of
Bir inek
a-cow
a-inek
cash cow
nakit ineği
cash cow
(Argo) Para kaynağı
downer cow
downer inek
feed cow on grass
cim beslenen inek
have a cow
bir inek var
holstein cow
holstein inek
holy cow
Vay anasına! Aman Allahım!
lost cow problem
Kayıp inek problemi
mad cow
Deli dana hastalığı
mad-cow disease
Deli dana hastalığı
moo-cow
Möö inek. Çocuk ağızında inek
moo-cow
Şişman sevimsiz kadın
moo-cow
Dışı inek
sacred cow
(deyim) eleştirilemez şey

One that is immune from criticism, often unreasonably so "Don't talk about eating meat to her. Vegeterianism is one of her secret cows.".

to milk a cow
inek sağmak
young cow
genç inek
breeding cow
(Tarım) damızlık inek
empty cow
(Çiftçilik,Tarım) gebe olmayan inek
holy cow
hay allah
holy cow
aman tanrım
jersey cow
jersey ineği
jersey cow
sütü bol yağlı bir inek
kine
(isim) inekler
kine
büyükbaşlar
kine
davar
kine
eski inekler
meat cow
(Tarım) et ineği
milch cow
süt ineği
mixed cow feeds
(Tarım) inek karma yemleri
nurse cow
(Tarım) emzirici inek
sacred cow
eleştirilemez kurum
sacred cow
yargılanılmaması gereken düşünce
sacred cow
küçümsenmemesi gereken düşünce
sea cow
deniz perisi
sea cow
deniz güzeli
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Определение cow в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

KİNE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Kin, garaz. Kalbde beslenen düşmanlık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The meat (beef) of such animals, used as food for humans
A woman who is considered despicable in some way, especially one considered to be fat, lazy, ugly, argumentative, mean or spiteful
The female of larger species of mammal, including bovines, moose, whales, seals, hippos, rhinos, manatees, and elephants
More generally, any domestic bovine regardless of sex or age
A female domesticated ox or other bovine, especially an adult after she has had a calf
Anything that is annoyingly difficult, awkward or graceless

That website is a real cow to navigate.

A conniption fit or hissy fit; a state of agitation
To intimidate. Found primarily in the passive voice

Con artists are not cowed by the law.

To depress with fear; to daunt the spirits or courage of; to overawe
{v} to dispirit, depress
Copy-On-Write, efficiency method where a page or other resource is shared until an attempt to write is made In that case a copy is made, and the write is done to the copy
a female moose
If someone is cowed, they are made afraid, or made to behave in a particular way because they have been frightened or badly treated. The government, far from being cowed by these threats, has vowed to continue its policy. cowing them into submission. = intimidate + cowed cowed By this time she was so cowed by the beatings that she meekly obeyed. see also mad cow disease, sacred cow. to frighten someone in order to make them do something cow sb into sth. In animal husbandry, the mature female of domesticated cattle. The name is also applied to the mature female of various, usually large, animals (e.g., elephant, whale, or moose), or, more broadly, to any domestic bovine animal (see bovid) regardless of gender or age. mad cow disease sea cow Steller's sea cow
A radioisotope generator system
A mature female with at least one calf
Committee of the Whole
mature female of mammals of which the male is called `bull' female of domestic cattle: "`moo-cow' is a child's term" a large unpleasant woman
{f} frighten, intimidate
in many religions the cow is a sacred symbol, for she gives nourishment
AMOOFL for ``circuit overseer's wife'' : - <<I hope any COWs reading this Glossary have a good sense of humor [60]>> Don't even think about what a {service overseer's} wife could be called
a large unpleasant woman
To intimidate
A chimney cap; a cowl The mature female of bovine animals
{i} adult female bovine (especially one which is raised to supply milk or meat); adult female of various large mammals (i.e. elephant, whale, etc.)
A cow is a large female animal that is kept on farms for its milk. People sometimes refer to male and female animals of this species as cows. Dad went out to milk the cows. a herd of cows. see also cattle
COW stands for Cluster Of Workstations
A wedge, or brake, to check the motion of a machine or car; a chock
female of domestic cattle: "`moo-cow' is a child's term"
A bovine female which has had at least one calf
The female of certain large mammals, as whales, seals, etc
disapproval If someone describes a woman as a cow, they dislike her and think that she is unpleasant or stupid
mature female of mammals of which the male is called `bull' female of domestic cattle: "`moo-cow' is a child's term"
mature female of mammals of which the male is called `bull'
Anything that is annoyingly difficult
n [{female}] sapi [{betina}]
subdue, restrain, or overcome by affecting with a feeling of awe; frighten (as with threats)
Some female animals, including elephants and whales, are called cows. a cow elephant
ku
cow corner
Region of the field, roughly between deep midwicket and long on
cow hitch
Any hitch or bend which slips because it is wrongly tied
cow hitch
Any knot which is not a recognised maritime knot as used at sea
cow juice
Milk
cow parsley
Anthriscus sylvestris, a weedy biennial umbellifer native to the Old World
cow parsley
any of a variety of related weeds
cow parsleys
plural form of cow parsley
cow pat
The digested residue of a herbivore excreted as a flat piece of dung
cow patties
plural form of cow patty
cow patty
Alternative form of cow pat

The way you make cow-lip tea is you get the toadstools and a little dried cow patty and grind em up in the sifter. You can't use no fresh green cow patty.

cow pies
plural form of cow pie (alternative spelling of cowpies)
cow pool
A collective of people organized to purchase a live beef cow, contract the animal’s slaughter, and share in the cuts of beef
cow shot
A batting stroke played across the line and aiming to hit the ball towards cow corner. Regarded as inelegant, and indeed risky, but can be very effective for a batsman with strength and a good eye
cow shots
plural form of cow shot
cow tipping
A fictional pastime wherein a person sneaks up on a sleeping cow (at nighttime) and pushes it over
cow-orker
co-worker

You must be a popular cow-orker.

cow-tree
Any of various South American trees which, when wounded, exude a rich milky liquid
cow-wheat
Any of several flowering plants in the genus Melampyrum
cow parsley
(isim) 1. Anthriscus sylvestris, a weedy biennial umbellifer native to the Old World.2. (by extension) Any of a variety of plants of similar appearance
cow chip
a round flat mass of dry solid waste from a cow = cow pat
cow dung
a piece of dried bovine dung
cow fish
fish that has horn-like spines above the eyes
cow herd
group of cows, group of cattle; person who tends cattle usually on foot
cow hide
hide of a cow; leather made from cowhide; leather whip
cow house
{i} cowshed, barn for cows
cow lily
common water lily of eastern and central North America, having broad leaves and globe-shaped yellow flowers; in sluggish fresh or slightly brackish water
cow manure
cow excreta used as fertilizer
cow parsley
temulum and C
cow parsley
coarse erect biennial Old World herb introduced as a weed in eastern North America
cow parsley
An umbelliferous plant of the genus Chærophyllum C
cow parsley
sylvestre
cow parsnip
Any of several tall coarse herbs of the genus Heracleum in the parsley family, native chiefly to northern temperate regions and having compound umbels of small flowers
cow parsnip
A coarse umbelliferous weed of the genus Heracleum H
cow parsnip
sphondylium in England, and H
cow parsnip
tall coarse plant having thick stems and cluster of white to purple flowers
cow parsnip
lanatum in America
cow pasture
a pasture for cows
cow pen
a pen for cattle
cow pie
fecal matter of a cow
cow pie
a cow chip
cow pony
A small agile horse used in herding cattle
cow pony
a light saddle horse trained for herding cattle
cow pox
cow disease which contains a virus used in the vaccination of humans against small pox
cow puncher
cowboy
cow shark
Any of several sharks of the family Hexanchidae of warm and temperate seas
cow shark
large primitive shark widely distributed in warm seas
cow town
A small town in a cattle-raising area
cow tree
A tree (Galactodendron utile or Brosimum Galactodendron) of South America, which yields, on incision, a nourishing fluid, resembling milk
cash cow
Someone or something which is a dependable source of appreciable amounts of money; a moneymaker

Meanwhile, Mr Spears is keen on protecting his cash cow, um, wife. Brit's bodyguards have been teaching Kev how to shoot a handgun, the New York Post says.

cash cow
A product, service, or enterprise that generates ongoing, high net free cash flows

The managers of a cash cow are primarily responsible for the generation of cash, and they should in principle be willing to give cash away to those other businesses in the portfolio which need it most.

cowed
Simple past tense and past participle of cow
fat as a cow
Very fat. Carrying a much larger than normal amount of fat in one's body
frozen cow juice
ice cream
have a cow
To get angry; have a fit

My mom had a cow when I came in late.

holy cow
An exclamation of surprise or astonishment
in two shakes of a cow's tail
Alternative form of in two shakes
mad cow
Containing prions that carry bovine spongiform encephalopathy. BSE positive. (Mad cow meat / Mad cow milk)
mad cow
Of or pertaining to bovine spongiform encephalopathy. (A mad cow case)
mad cow
A cow afflicted with mad cow disease
mad cow
Prions that carry this disease
mad cow
Mad cow disease; bovine spongiform encephalopathy
mad cow disease
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
milch cow
A cow that produces milk (having had at least one calf)
milch cow
A cow kept for milking; a dairy cow
milch cow
A cash cow
milch cow
A German submarine designed to carry large cargoes of supplies & transfer them to other submarines
nearly never bulled a cow
Near enough is not good enough
sacred cow
Something which cannot be tampered with, or criticized, for fear of public outcry. A person, institution, belief system, etc. which, for no reason other than the demands of established social etiquette or popular opinion, should be accorded respect or reverence, and not touched, handled or examined too closely
sea cow
Any of several marine mammals of the order Sirenia, including the manatee and dugong
sea-cow
Attributive form of sea cow

sea-cow look.

kine
{n} of cow; two or more cows
cash cow
A steady dependable source of funds or income: “a collapse of its profitable cash cow, the clusters of word-processing machines” (Christian Science Monitor)
downer cow
A downer cow is a live cow that cannot walk. This state can be caused by disease or injury. In nearly all cases it is considered by most farmers to be both humane and cost-effective to slaughter the animal when it becomes a downer, rather than keeping it alive and unhealthy. A "splitter" cow is a live beef or dairy animal that the hindquarters have done the complete splits and looks spraddle legged upon initial viewing. The cattle that go down that are able to still sit somewhat up on their briskets have a better chance of recovery than the cattle that are laid out on their side. Recovery is a study in patience
holy cow
"Holy cow!" is an exclamation of surprise used in American English. Its source is uncertain. It is widely believed to have stemmed from the Hindu belief of reincarnation. Travelers commonly shout the expression as to not hit one of these "reincarnated creatures" while driving. Others derive the origins back to the story from Exodus of the golden calf or the "Holy Cow"
mad-cow disease
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad-cow disease, is a fatal, neurodegenerative disease of cattle, which infects by a mechanism that surprised biologists upon its discovery in the late 20th century
moo-cow
Mature female of mammals of which the male is called 'bull'
moo-cow
Female of domestic cattle
moo-cow
A large unpleasant woman
A cow
mulley
A cow
moolley
Ant cow
excretes a honeylike substance eaten by ants
Cows
kine
Holstein cow
Holstein-Friesian cow, breed of large black and white dairy cattle originating in Holland
Kine
ky
a cow
doggie
ant cow
An aphid that yields a honeylike substance on which ants feed
ant cow
Any aphid from which ants obtain honeydew
bush cow
{i} zamouse, West African buffalo that has short horns and large ears fringed on the inside and three rows of long hair (has no dewlap)
cash cow
In business, a cash cow is a product or investment that steadily continues to be profitable. A steady dependable source of funds or income: "a collapse of its profitable cash cow, the clusters of word-processing machines" (Christian Science Monitor). something that a company sells very successfully and that brings in a lot of money
cash cow
profitable enterprise, business that earns a lot of money
cowed
past of cow
cowed
Frightened into submission
cowed
frightened into submission or compliance
cowing
present participle of cow
cows
third-person singular of cow
cows
plural of cow
cows
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"
dry cow
{i} cow that does not give milk
have a cow
{f} become angered, get angry, become mad
kine
The unit velocity in the C
kine
system a velocity of one centimeter per second
kine
archaic, irregular plural of cow
kine
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"
kine
{i} tamed bovine animals as a group not taking into account sex or age; cattle or cows
lady cow
ladybird, any of a number of small and brightly colored beetles, ladybug
mad cow disease
(Bovine spongiform encephalopathy) fatal disease affecting the nervous system in cattle
mad cow disease
Mad cow disease is a disease which affects the nervous system of cattle and causes death. = BSE. BSE. or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) Fatal neurodegenerative disease of cattle. Symptoms include behavioral changes (e.g., agitation), gradual loss of coordination and locomotive function, and, in advanced stages, weight loss, fine muscular contractions, and abnormal gait. Brain tissue becomes pitted with holes and spongy. Death usually follows within a year. The disease is similar to the neurodegenerative disease of sheep called scrapie. No treatment is known. A BSE epidemic in Britain that began in the mid-1980s is believed to have been caused by the use of cattle feed containing supplements made from ruminant carcasses and trimmings. Hundreds of thousands of infected cattle were slaughtered and the use of animal-derived protein supplements ended. The cause of both BSE and scrapie is attributed to an infectious aberrant protein called a prion. The unusual occurrence of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, another prion-related illness, in young people beginning in the mid-1990s may be linked to eating meat from cattle with BSE
mad cow disease
bovine spongiform encephalitis: a fatal disease of cattle that affects the central nervous system; causes staggering and agitation
milch cow
cow that gives milk; business that is extremely profitable, endless source of money
sacred cow
a person unreasonably held to be immune to criticism
sacred cow
taboo, something that cannot be violated
sacred cow
disapproval If you describe a belief, custom, or institution as a sacred cow, you disapprove of people treating it with too much respect and being afraid to criticize or question it. the sacred cow of monetarism. One that is immune from criticism, often unreasonably so: "The need for widespread secrecy has become a sacred cow" (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists). a belief, custom, system etc that is so important to some people that they will not let anyone criticize it
sea cow
The walrus
sea cow
The mantee
sea cow
any of two families of large herbivorous aquatic mammals with paddle-shaped tails and flipper-like forelimbs and no hind limbs
sea cow
Any of several large, cylindrical, herbivorous marine mammals of the order Sirenia, having a paddlelike tail and rounded front flippers, including the manatee, dugong, and the very large species Hydrodamalis stelleri of the northern Pacific that became extinct in the late 1700s. Also called sirenian. or Steller's sea cow Extinct aquatic mammal (Hydrodamalis gigas) that lived around islands in the Bering Sea. It was discovered in 1741 and described by a member of Vitus Bering's expedition. At least 24 ft (7.5 m) long, it had no teeth, a small head, and a broad, horizontal, forked tail fluke; its dark brown skin was sometimes streaked or spotted with white. It browsed on seaweed. Russian sealers hunted it for food and fur; by 1768 the entire population, estimated at about 5,000, had been exterminated. The term also refers to dugongs and manatees
sea cow
type of large sea mammal
sea cow
The dugong
steller's sea cow
extinct large sirenian mammal formerly found near Asiatic coast of the Bering Sea
the cow jumped over the moon
title and first line of a famous Mother Goose nursery rhyme; nonsensical sentence used to express disbelief (i.e. "yeah right, and the cow jumped over the moon!")
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Определение cow в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

kine
(Tıp) kine
cow
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