deserter

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} asker kaçağı
kaçkın
firarî
(Askeri) KAÇAK, FİRARİ: Askerlik veya hizmetten kaçan şahıs
{i} din değiştiren kimse
{i} kaçak
{i} dönek
{i} firari
desert
çöl

Çölün ortasında benzinimiz bitti. - We ran out of gas in the middle of the desert.

O çölü geçmek tehlikelidir. - Crossing that desert is dangerous.

desert
terk etmek
desert
ıssız

Golf sahası tamamen ıssız, bir tek kişi yok! - The golf course is completely deserted, there is not a single person!

Onlar ıssız bir adayı araştıracaklar. - They will survey the desert island.

desert
{f} terket

Arkadaşların seni terketti mi? - Have your friends deserted you?

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{i} ıssız yer
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çöl halinde olan
desert
{i} tatsızlık
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bozkır
desert
{f} ayrılmak
desert
{i} hak etme
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terk

Ailesini terk etti ve yurt dışına gitti. - He deserted his family and went abroad.

Tom karısını ve ailesini terk etti. - Tom deserted his wife and family.

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(Kanun) istihkak
desert
değer

Çölde, suyun ağırlığı altın değerindedir. - In the desert, water is worth its weight in gold.

desert
yaban
desert
hak ettiğini buldu
desert
(Askeri) askerlikten kaçmak
desert
hisse

Marilla kendini herkes tarafından terk edilmiş hissetti. Tavsiye için Bayan Lynde'ye bile gidemedi. - Marilla felt deserted by everyone. She could not even go to Mrs. Lynde for advice.

Tom gecenin ortasında terk edilmiş sokaktan aşağıya doğru yürürken biraz huzursuz hissetti. - Tom felt a little uneasy as he walked down the deserted street in the middle of the night.

desert
kıraç
desert
bırakmak
desert
{i} hak ettiğini bulma
desert
çöllük
desert
kaçmak
desert
terketmek
desert
bırakıp gitmek
desert
desert fauna çöl direyi
desert
{i} sönüklük
desert
çö1
desert
tatlik
desert
terketmek (çöl)
desert
{s} çorak

Herkesin gidebileceği bir evi, sığınabileceği bir yuvası var. Benim evim çöllerdir, yurdum çorak topraklar. Kuzey rüzgarı ışığım, yağmurda bir tek paklanırım. - Everyone has a house to go to, a home where they can find shelter. My house is the desert, my home the barren heath. The north wind is my fire, the rain my only bath.

desert
desert flora çöl biteyi
desert
{s} boş
desert
{f} yüzüstü bırakmak
desert
firar etmek
desert
kaç/terket
desert
terkedilmişlik
desert
{i} hak edilen şey, layık olunan şey. He got his deserts. Hak ettiğini buldu
desert
hak edilen şey
desert
{f} taraf değiştirmek
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{f} ask. askerlikten kaçmak
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(Askeri) FİRAR ETMEK, KAÇMAK: Bir askeri hizmet, mevki veya görevden geri dönmemek niyetiyle, izinsiz olarak ayrılma veya tehlikeli bir görevden, önemli bir hizmetten kaçma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Under the United States Code of Military Justice, a person who has been placed on AWOL status for more than 30 days
A person who has physically removed him- or herself from the control or direction of a military or naval unit with the intention of permanently leaving
{n} one who deserts, one who forsakes
a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc
a person who abandons their duty (as on a military post)
a person who abandons their duty (as on a military post) a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc
One who forsakes a duty, a cause or a party, a friend, or any one to whom he owes service; especially, a soldier or a seaman who abandons the service without leave; one guilty of desertion
A deserter is someone who leaves their job in the armed forces without permission. a soldier who leaves the army, navy etc without permission
{i} one who deserts, one who abandons; one who leaves the army without permission
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That which is considered to be deserved or merited; a just punishment or reward

Nonsense, Mina. It is a shame to me to hear such a word. I would not hear it of you. And I shall not hear it from you. May God judge me by my deserts, and punish me with more bitter suffering than even this hour, if by any act or will of mine anything ever come between us!.

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To leave (anything that depends on one's presence to survive, exist, or succeed), especially when contrary to a promise or obligation; to abandon; to forsake

You can't just drive off and desert me here, in the middle of nowhere.

desert
To leave one's duty or post, especially to leave a military or naval unit without permission

Anyone found deserting will be shot.

desert
to abandon without regard to the welfare of the abandoned
desert
{f} abandon, forsake; leave the army without permission
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{a} wild, solitary, waste, untilled, rough
desert
{n} deserving
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{n} a wilderness, waste, waste country
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{n} merit, worth, a claim to reward, a reward
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{v} to forsake, leave, quit, run off or away
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If you desert something that you support, use, or are involved with, you stop supporting it, using it, or being involved with it. The paper's price rise will encourage readers to desert in even greater numbers He was pained to see many youngsters deserting kibbutz life Spaniards are worried about German investors deserting Spain for Eastern Europe. + desertion de·ser·tion a mass desertion of the Party by the electorate
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A tract, which may be capable of sustaining a population, but has been left unoccupied and uncultivated; a wilderness; a solitary place
desert
Biome that has plants and animals adapted to survive severe drought conditions In this habitat, evaporation exceeds precipitation and the average amount of precipitation is less than 25 centimeters a year
desert
a biome that receives little rainfall
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located in a dismal or remote area; desolate; "a desert island"; "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; "a wild stretch of land"; "waste places"
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A deserted or forsaken region; a barren tract incapable of supporting population, as the vast sand plains of Asia and Africa which are destitute of moisture and vegetation
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If people or animals desert a place, they leave it and it becomes empty. Farmers are deserting their fields and coming here looking for jobs + deserted de·sert·ed She led them into a deserted sidestreet. = empty
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leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch; "The mother deserted her children"
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If someone deserts, or deserts a job, especially a job in the armed forces, they leave that job without permission. He was a second-lieutenant in the army until he deserted He deserted from army intelligence last month + desertion de·ser·tion The high rate of desertion has added to the army's woes
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If a quality or skill that you normally have deserts you, you suddenly find that you do not have it when you need it or want it. Even when he appeared to be depressed, a dry sense of humour never deserted him She lost the next five games, and the set, as her confidence abruptly deserted her. = leave
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an arid region with little or no vegetation
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A desert is a large area of land, usually in a hot region, where there is almost no water, rain, trees, or plants. the Sahara Desert. the burning desert sun
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That which is deserved; the reward or the punishment justly due; claim to recompense, usually in a good sense; right to reward; merit
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a barren, wasteland of sand
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To abandon (the service) without leave; to forsake in violation of duty; to abscond from; as, to desert the army; to desert one's colors
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feelings If you say that someone has got their just deserts, you mean that they deserved the unpleasant things that have happened to them, because they did something bad. At the end of the book the child's true identity is discovered, and the bad guys get their just deserts. Large, extremely dry area of land with fairly sparse vegetation. It is one of the Earth's major types of ecosystems. Areas with a mean annual precipitation of 10 in. (250 mm) or less are generally considered deserts. They include the high-latitude circumpolar areas as well as the more familiar hot, arid regions of the low and mid-latitudes. Desert terrain may consist of rugged mountains, high plateaus, or plains; many occupy broad mountain-rimmed basins. Surface materials include bare bedrock, plains of gravel and boulders, and vast tracts of shifting sand. Wind-blown sands, commonly thought to be typical of deserts, make up only about 2% of North American deserts, 10% of the Sahara, and 30% of the Arabian desert. Arabian Desert Atacama Desert desert varnish Gibson Desert Gobi Desert Great Sandy Desert Great Victoria Desert Kalahari Desert Karakum Desert Kara Kum Desert Libyan Desert Mojave Desert Mohave Desert Namib Desert Nubian Desert Painted Desert Sonoran Desert Syrian Desert Thar Desert Great Indian Desert Takla Makan Desert
desert
(1) hot, dry, sandy place, as in: Not all kinds of plants can grow in a desert
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a dry, often sandy region of little rainfall and sparse vegetation
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{i} wasteland, area where there is little rainfall
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Dry land with few plants
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That which is considered to be deserved or merited; a just punishment or reward (usually in plural)
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desert (a cause, a country or an army), often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army; "If soldiers deserted Hitler's army, they were shot"
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Receiving less than 10 inches of precipitation annually
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A region with an average annual rainfall of 10 inches or less
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A barren area of land or desolate terrain, especially one with little water or vegetation; a wasteland
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leave the army without permission
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a hot , dry region with little vegetation
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Of or pertaining to a desert; forsaken; without life or cultivation; unproductive; waste; barren; wild; desolate; solitary; as, they landed on a desert island
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A type of biome characterized by low moisture levels and infrequent and unpredictable precipitation Daily and seasonal temperatures fluctuate widely
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A land area so dry that little or no plant or animal life can survive
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{s} isolated; located in a remote area; desolate, godforsaken
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To leave (anything that depends on ones presence to survive, exist, or succeed), especially when contrary to a promise or obligation; to abandon; to forsake
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To abandon a service without leave; to quit military service without permission, before the expiration of one's term; to abscond
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To leave ones duty or post, especially to leave a military or naval unit without permission
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an arid region with little or no vegetation located in a dismal or remote area; desolate; "a desert island"; "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; "a wild stretch of land"; "waste places
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A very dry land that has little rainfall and cannot sustain much life There are few trees The Sahara Desert in North Africa is very hot
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secluded location, usually in thick forests, where a monk found solitude for meditation
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A desert is a very dry area
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A land area so dry that little or no plant life can survive
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An area where evaporation exceeds precipitation, for whatever reason, with consequent lack of vegetation Evaporation rates will vary, according to temperature, but less than 25 centimeters of rain annually will produce a desert in almost any temperature range
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A desolate and barren region, usually deficient in available water, and with scant vegetation
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To leave (especially something which one should stay by and support); to leave in the lurch; to abandon; to forsake; implying blame, except sometimes when used of localities; as, to desert a friend, a principle, a cause, one's country
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(1 ) Heb midbar, "pasture-ground;" an open tract for pasturage; a common (Joel 2: 22) The "backside of the desert" (Ex 3: 1) is the west of the desert, the region behind a man, as the east is the region in front The same Hebrew word is rendered "wildernes," and is used of the country lying between Egypt and Palestine (Gen 21: 14, 21; Ex 4: 27; 19: 2; Josh 1: 4), the wilderness of the wanderings It was a grazing tract, where the flocks and herds of the Israelites found pasturage during the whole of their journey to the Promised Land
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If someone deserts you, they go away and leave you, and no longer help or support you. Mrs Roding's husband deserted her years ago = abandon + desertion desertions de·ser·tion her father's desertion
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A region with an average annual rainfall of 10 inches or less and sparse vegetation, typically having thin, dry, and crumbly soil A desert has an aridity index greater than 4 0
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1 no growth 2 stagnation 3 emptiness
deserters
plural of deserter
deserter
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