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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kazmak

Bir aydır bir damla yağmur düşmedi. Bu yüzden bir kuyu kazmak zorunda kaldılar. - Not a drop of rain fell for a month, so they had to dig a well.

Bir metre çapında ve iki metre derinliğinde bir çukur kazmak yaklaşık 2.5 saatimi aldı. - It took me about two and a half hours to dig a hole one meter in diameter and two meters in depth.

{i} kazma

Ben bir çukur kazmanı istiyorum. - I want you to dig a hole.

Bir aydır bir damla yağmur düşmedi. Bu yüzden bir kuyu kazmak zorunda kaldılar. - Not a drop of rain fell for a month, so they had to dig a well.

{i} iğneleme
{f} çukur kazmak

Bir metre çapında ve iki metre derinliğinde bir çukur kazmak yaklaşık 2.5 saatimi aldı. - It took me about two and a half hours to dig a hole one meter in diameter and two meters in depth.

{i} lojman
{f} hafriyat yapmak
{i} 1. (arkeolojik) kazı
{i} taş

Savaş tutuklusu kendini büyük bir onurla taşıdı. - The prisoner of war bore himself with great dignity.

{i} kazı

O, kendi mezarını kazıyor. - He is digging his own grave.

Köpek bir çukur kazıyordu. - The dog was digging a hole.

{i} yurt
{f} argo beğenmek, hoşlanmak
beğenmek
{i} dürtme
(Jeoloji) sıyırmak
{f} harıl harıl çalışmak
(Argo) -den anlamak
{f} araştırmak
idrak etmek
{f} kaz

Yerden kir kazıyabilirsin. - You can dig dirt from the ground.

Köpek bir çukur kazıyordu. - The dog was digging a hole.

hafretmek
{f} (dug, --ging)
kazı yeri
iğneli laf
ç.pansiyon
anlamak
kazı yapmak

Kazı yapmak zor iştir. - Digging is hard work.

sevmek
tutmak
argo anlamak
{f} deşmek
kazı yapm

Kazı yapmak zor iştir. - Digging is hard work.

{f} yemeğe girişmek
toprağı bellemek
{f} dürtmek
pansiyon
{f} bellemek
kafa yormak
dig in siper kazıp mevzi almak
{f} mahmuzlamak
{f} hoşlanmak
dili üzerinde düşünmek
{f} göz atmak
{f} argo -den anlamak
{f} incelemek
kalmak niyetiyle yerleşmek
{f} ineklemek
digging
{i} kazma

Kendini bir çukurda bulursan kazmayı bırak. - If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.

Tom ve ben bir kuyu kazmaya başlamayı planlıyoruz. - Tom and I plan to start digging a well tomorrow morning.

dig up
toprağı kazıp çıkarmak
dig up
kazıp çıkarmak
dig a pit or a hole
çukur açmak
dig a sewer
lağım kazmak
dig a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel açmak
dig down 
sökülmek
dig in
(Askeri) avcı çukuru kazmak
dig in
kalmak niyetiyle yerleşmek
dig it
(Argo) anladın mı
dig one's heels in
(deyim,Konuşma Dili) nuh deyip peygamber dememek
dig one's heels in
(deyim) ayak diremek
dig out
arayarak bulmak
dig out
kazıp ortaya çıkarmak
dig up
eşmek
dig up
kazmak
dig with
kazmak
dig a pit
çukur kazmak
dig a pit for sb
çukurunu kazmak
dig in
yerleşmek
dig in
duldalanmak
dig in
siper kazıp mevzi almak
dig in
kalmak niyetiyle yerleş
dig in a little
ayrıntıya gir
dig into
saplamak
dig into
it
dig into
yemeğe başlamak
dig into
batırmak
dig out
arayarak bul
dig out
arayıp bulmak
dig out
(gömülmüş birini/bir şeyi) kürekleyerek çıkarmak
dig up
çukur açmak
dig up
kaz

İlkbahar geldiğinde onlar tarlaları kazarlar ve tohumları ekerler. - When spring comes, they dig up the fields and plant seeds.

dig with
kaz
dig around
kazmak etrafında
dig deep
derin kazmak
dig down deep
derinlere inmek (bir konuda düşünürken)
dig heels in
(deyim) İnat etmek
dig in
siper kazmak
dig in
Yumul (yemeğe)!
dig in one's heels
Ayak diremek
dig it
(deyim) "Dalın!" "Yumulun!" veya "Tadını çıkarın! anlamında söz. (Diğ it, boys!)
dig it
(deyim) "Anlıyor muşun?" anlamında soru. (Can you diğ it? ; Diğ it?)
dig it?
kazmak?
dig off
off kazmak
dig one's heels in
hiç yapmamaya karar vermek
dig oneself out of a hole
(deyim) Kendini kötü bir durumdan kurtulmak

We couldn't dig ourselves out of a hole when we were way behind in the game.

dig out
arayıp çıkarmak
dig some dirt up on sb
kirli çamaşırlarını ortaya çıkarmak
dig up the hatchet
kazmak kadar balta
dig a foundation
temel kazmak
dig a grave
mezar kazmak
dig a grave
mezar yapmak
dig a hole
çukur açmak
dig a hole
delik açmak
dig a hole
çukur kazmak
dig a trench
siper kazmak
dig a tunnel
tünel kazmak
dig down
{k} elini cebine atmak, sökülmek, kendi parasını ödemek
dig down deep
derinlere inmek
dig grave
(deyim) dig one's own grave [kd] kendi kuyusunu kazmak
dig in
iştahla yemek
dig in
sipere girmek
dig in
gömmek
dig in
kalıcı olarak yerleşmek
dig in
(bir şeyi) kürekle toprağa karıştırmak
dig in
mevzilenmek
dig in
k.dili. yemek yemeye başlamak, yumulmak: Dig in!
dig in
ask. siper kazmak, avcı çukuru kazmak
dig in
(Askeri) Siper kazmak, siper
dig in a little
ayrıntıya girmek
dig in one's nail into
tırnağını batırmak
dig into
yemeğe girişmek
dig into
sokmak
dig into
delmek
dig one's heels in
{k} inat edip hiç yapmamaya karar vermek
dig one's own grave
(deyim) kendi mezarını kendi kazmak
dig one's own grave
(deyim) kendi kuyusunu kendi kazmak
dig one's own grave
(deyim) kendi mezarını kazmak
dig out
deşmek
dig out
incelemek
dig out
kazıp çıkarmak
dig out
keşfetmek
dig out a foundation
temel kazmak
dig peat
turba çıkarmak
dig somebody's grave
çukurunu kazmak
dig through
delmek
dig through
kazıp delmek
dig trenches
(Askeri) Siper kazmak
dig up
deşmek
dig up
meydana çıkarmak
dig up
araştırmak
dig up
toprağı belleyerek havalandırmak
dig up further information
daha fazla bilgiye ulaşmak
dig up the tomahawk
savaş açmak
dig up the tomahawk
savaş baltasını çıkarmak
can you dig it?
(deyim) anlıyor musun?
dig into
itmek
digging
kazı çalışması
digging
belleme
digging
kazı yapılan yer
digging
kazarak
digging
toprak işleri
dug
kazılı
dug
kazılmış
make somebody to dig up
eştirmek
digging
{i} maden
digging
{f} kaz

Onlar çukur kazıyorlar. - They're digging a hole.

Tom bir çukur kazıyor. - Tom is digging a hole.

dug
meme
dug
{f} kaz

Çocuk ölü hayvan için bir mezar kazdı. - The boy dug a grave for his dead pet.

Yerde bir çukur kazdık. - We dug a hole in the ground.

-dig out
-Deşmek
archeological dig
Arkeolojik kazı
digs
yurt
shin dig
shin kazmak
take a dig at
(deyim) Hor görmek, fena muamele etmek, şerefini kırmak, aşağılamak, hakaret etmek, onur kırmak
the dig
kazmak
digging
{f} kaz: prep.kaza
digging
dig beğen/kaz
digging
(isim) kazma
digging
{f} kaz: prep.kazarak
digs
{i} pansiyon
dug
hayvan meme
dug
dig beğen/kaz
dug
(isim) meme
dug
f., bak. dig
dug
hayvan memesi
infra dig
alçaltıcı
infra dig
onur kırıcı
infra dig
küçük düşürücü
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык

Определение dig в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

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(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Ayran
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An archeological investigation
To understand or show interest in

You dig?.

To move hard-packed earth out of the way, especially downward to make a hole with a shovel. Or to drill etc. through rocks, roads, etc

If the plane can't pull out of the dive it is in, it'll dig a hole in the ground.

(with "into") To research a particular subject

She is going to dig into Egyptian basket-weaving this semester.

To appreciate, or like

Baby, I dig you.

{v} to turn up with a spade, make search
to dig one's heels in: see heel
a small gouge (as in the cover of a book); "the book was in good condition except for a dig in the back cover"
{f} burrow, hoe; like (Slang); understand; start, begin enthusiastically; entrench oneself
the site of an archeological exploration; "they set up camp next to the dig"
To take ore from its bed, in distinction from making excavations in search of ore
n 1 the act of retrieving an attacked ball close to the floor 2 Awarded when a player successfully passes a ball which has been attacked by the opposition
turn up, loosen, or remove earth; "Dig we must"; "turn over the soil for aeration"
To touch the ball or heel of the free foot to the floor with a strong emphasis
A dig is an organized activity in which people dig into the ground in order to discover ancient historical objects. He's an archaeologist and has been on a dig in Crete for the past year. = excavation
send domain name query packets to name servers
work hard; "She was digging away at her math homework"; "Lexicographers drudge all day long"
the act of touching someone suddenly with your finger or elbow; "she gave me a sharp dig in the ribs" a small gouge (as in the cover of a book); "the book was in good condition except for a dig in the back cover" the site of an archeological exploration; "they set up camp next to the dig" turn up, loosen, or remove earth; "Dig we must"; "turn over the soil for aeration" create by digging; "dig a hole"; "dig out a channel
If you dig yourself out of a difficult or unpleasant situation, especially one which you caused yourself, you manage to get out of it. He's taken these measures to try and dig himself out of a hole
To Understand; look or listen; pay attention
If you have a dig at someone, you say something which is intended to make fun of them or upset them. She couldn't resist a dig at Dave after his unfortunate performance. = gibe
To turn up, or delve in, (earth) with a spade or a hoe; to open, loosen, or break up (the soil) with a spade, or other sharp instrument; to pierce, open, or loosen, as if with a spade
An amount to be dug
{i} excavation; jab, poke; mean or sarcastic remark; summary of a body of laws; digest
the act of touching someone suddenly with your finger or elbow; "she gave me a sharp dig in the ribs"
Digital (Pager)
If people or animals dig, they make a hole in the ground or in a pile of earth, stones, or rubbish. They tried digging in a patch just below the cave Dig a largish hole and bang the stake in first Rescue workers are digging through the rubble in search of other victims They dug for shellfish at low tide
Dig is a utility that allows a user to query the Domain Name System in order to find the authoritative Domain Name Servers responsible for a domain name
If you dig into something such as a deep container, you put your hand in it to search for something. He dug into his coat pocket for his keys. = delve
remove the inner part or the core of; "the mining company wants to excavate the hillsite"
A thrust; a punch; a poke; as, a dig in the side or the ribs
To work with a spade or other like implement; to do servile work; to delve
Of a tool: To cut deeply into the work because ill set, held at a wrong angle, or the like, as when a lathe tool is set too low and so sprung into the work
get the meaning of something; "Do you comprehend the meaning of this letter?"
To work like a digger; to study ploddingly and laboriously
Digital
= Gouge
1) (domain information groper) is a flexible tool for interrogating DNS name servers It performs DNS lookups and displays the answers that are returned from the nameserver(s) that were queried Most DNS administra tors use dig to troubleshoot DNS problems because of its flexibility, ease of use and clarity of output Other lookup tools tend to have less functionality than dig Although dig is normally used with command-line arguments, it also has a batch mode of operation for reading lookup requests from a file A brief summary of its command-line arguments and options is printed when the -h option is given Unlike earlier versions, the BIND9 implementation of dig allows multiple lookups to be issued from the command line 2) What you do with a shovel
When a Digger enters and explores a ruin or sub-gate, it is called a Dig
To hollow out, as a well; to form, as a ditch, by removing earth; to excavate; as, to dig a ditch or a well
A tool for digging
General Detector Interface Group
If you live in digs, you live in a room in someone else's house and pay them rent. He went to London and lived in digs in Gloucester Road = lodgings
To get by digging; as, to dig potatoes, or gold
To place the ball or heel of the free foot to the floor with strong emphasis
create by digging; "dig a hole"; "dig out a channel
If you dig into a subject or a store of information, you study it very carefully in order to discover or check facts. The enquiry dug deeper into the alleged financial misdeeds of his government He has been digging into the local archives = probe
create by digging; "dig a hole"; "dig out a channel"
Domain Information Groper - A command-line tool used to gather information from a Domain Name System server
To work hard or drudge; To study ploddingly and laboriously
To breakup, invert, or remove the soil with a spade, plow, or other implement; or to bring to the surface (as in harvesting potatoes or disturbing subterranean root and stem structures of weeds) with mechanical tools
an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect; "his parting shot was `drop dead'"; "she threw shafts of sarcasm"; "she takes a dig at me every chance she gets"
An angular thrusting attack in epee fencing, generally delivered at the wrist and forearm
To thrust; to poke
See Dig, v
poke or thrust abruptly; "he jabbed his finger into her ribs"
the act of digging; "there's an interesting excavation going on near Princeton"
To research a particular subject
An act of digging
(10) - Pokémon with this attack: Diglett L8
If you dig one thing into another or if one thing digs into another, the first thing is pushed hard into the second, or presses hard into it. She digs the serving spoon into the moussaka He could feel the beads digging into his palm
Digital Input Generator
If you give someone a dig in a part of their body, you push them with your finger or your elbow, usually as a warning or as a joke
To understand "Dig it?" To like something "I really dig the Monkees "
A plodding and laborious student
dig deep
To make a lot of effort with all one's resources

If you want to join the marines, there's no room for laziness. You really have to dig deep.

dig in
To adopt a resolute state of mind (often: to dig in one's feet, heels, etc.)
dig in
To make a burst of hard work

I've got to dig in for a couple of weeks to secure my promotion.

dig in
To dig trenches to resist an enemy attack. (This meaning is extended by metaphor to cricket and other situations.)
dig in
To begin eating

I wanted to say grace before dinner, but the kids were already digging in.

dig one's own grave
To behave in a way that is likely to have future negative effects on oneself
dig out
To find, or retrieve something by removing overlying material, or material that hides it

I shall try to dig out my old textbooks.

dig out of a hole
To save someone or something from trouble
dig up
to excavate something
dig up
to discover something by digging; to unearth
dig up dirt
To examine in order to find negative information for public opinion, usually with the purpose of embarrassing or discrediting a person

The freelance investigative reporter made a career of digging up dirt on celebrities for tabloids.

dig in
work hard, study hard
dig out
create by digging; "dig a hole"; "dig out a channel"
dig heels in
(deyim) Refuse to alter one's course of action or opinions; to be obstinate or determined

1. The student dug her heels in and refused to obey the instructions. 2. I'm digging in my heels. I'm not going back.

dig in one's heels
(deyim) Refuse to alter one's course of action or opinions; to be obstinate or determined

1. The student dug her heels in and refused to obey the instructions. 2. I'm digging in my heels. I'm not going back.

dig in their heels
Hold their position, not yield or move: "If we discuss money, he digs in his heels."
dig it
(deyim) Enjoy it! Eat it!
dig it
(deyim) Do/can you understand (it)?
dig one's heels in
(deyim) Refuse to alter one's course of action or opinions; to be obstinate or determined

1. The student dug her heels in and refused to obey the instructions. 2. I'm digging in my heels. I'm not going back.

dig oneself out of a hole
(deyim) Get out of a difficult situation

We couldn't dig ourselves out of a hole when we were way behind in the game.

dig a pit
make a deep hole in the ground
dig a trench
dig a ditch, dig a channel
dig a well
dig a deep hole in the earth (in order to take out water, oil, etc.)
dig around
If you dig around, you try to find information about someone or something. They said, after digging around, the photo was a fake
dig around
If you dig around in a place or container, you search for something in every part of it. I went home to dig around in my closets for some old tapes. = rummage around
dig around
{f} dig a hole or a tunnel around
dig deep
{f} push an oar too deeply into the water which results in loss of power; dig far below the surface
dig for
search for, look for
dig for information
{f} search for information, look for information
dig in
occupy a trench or secured area; "The troops dug in for the night"
dig in
If someone digs in, or digs into some food, they start eating eagerly. If you tell someone to dig in, you are inviting them to start eating, and encouraging them to eat as much as they want. `Listen,' said Daisy, digging into her oatmeal Pull up a chair and dig in! = tuck in
dig in
eat heartily; "The food was placed on the table and the children pitched in"
dig in
If you dig a substance in, or dig it into the soil, you mix it into the soil by digging. I usually dig in a small barrow load of compost in late summer To dig calcium into the soil, he warned, does not help the plant
dig in
When soldiers dig in or dig themselves in, they dig trenches and prepare themselves for an attack by the enemy. The battalion went directly to the airport to begin digging in The enemy must be digging themselves in now ready for the attack Our forces are dug in along the river
dig into
excavate, enter into through digging
dig it?
(Slang) do you understand?
dig out
If you dig someone or something out of a place, you get them out by digging or by forcing them from the things surrounding them. digging minerals out of the Earth She dug out a photograph from under a pile of papers
dig out
discover, reveal, disclose
dig out
dig out from underneath earth or snow
dig out
If you dig something out, you find it after it has been stored, hidden, or forgotten for a long time. Recently, I dug out Barstow's novel and read it again We'll try and dig the number out for you if you want it
dig this out
(Slang) "check this out" (used by prisoners in prisons)
dig up
If you dig up something, you remove it from the ground where it has been buried or planted. You would have to dig up the plant yourself Dig it up once the foliage has died down
dig up
If you dig up information or facts, you discover something that has not previously been widely known. Managers are too expensive and important to spend time digging up market information His description fits perfectly the evidence dug up by Clyde. = unearth
dig up
discover, reveal, disclose
dig up
If you dig up an area of land, you dig holes in it. Yesterday they continued the search, digging up the back yard of a police station
dig up
find by digging in the ground; "I dug up an old box in the garden"
dig up the hatchet
renew, renovate; rejuvenate; innovate
digging
Present participle of dig
digs
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dig
digs
plural form of dig
digs
Lodgings. From diggings

Corley at the first go-off was inclined to suspect it was something to do with Stephen being fired out of his digs for bringing in a bloody tart off the street.

dug
mammary gland on domestic mammal containing more than two breasts. Usually used in the plural form
dug
Simple past tense and past participle of dig
infra dig
beneath one's dignity
dug
past of dig
dug
{i} breast, nipple
dug
{n} the pap or teat of a beast
take a dig at
(deyim) Attack verbally; offend; denigrate
take a dig at someone
(deyim) Attack verbally; offend; denigrate
digging
The action performed by a person or thing that digs
digging
the act of digging; "there's an interesting excavation going on near Princeton"
digging
The act or the place of excavating
digging
Deepening, becoming more amplified with time Often in reference to a trough deepening and building to the South
digging
{i} burrowing, hoeing
digging
Region; locality
digging
Places where ore is dug; especially, certain localities in California, Australia, and elsewhere, at which gold is obtained
digging
Non-Ground Pokémon who can Dig and use other Ground attacks
digs
temporary living quarters
digs
Lodgings
digs
{i} (British Slang) living accommodations
digs
plural of dig
digs
third-person singular of dig
dug
an udder or breast or teat
dug
A teat, pap, or nipple; formerly that of a human mother, now that of a cow or other beast
dug
of Dig
dug
Dug is the past tense and past participle of dig. the past tense and past participle of dig
infra dig
beneath one, beneath one's dignity
infra dig(p)
beneath your dignity; "considered helping with the dishes to be infra dig
salvage dig
(Archaeology) excavation of an archaeological site in order to save buried artifacts from destruction (usually carried out before a plot of land is developed)
dig

    Турецкое произношение

    dîg

    Произношение

    /ˈdəg/ /ˈdɪɡ/

    Этимология

    [ dig ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English diggen "to dig", alteration (possibly due to Danish dige) of Old English dīcian "to dig a ditch, to mound up earth" (compare Old English dīcere "digger") from dīc, dīċ "dike, ditch" from Proto-Germanic *dīkaz, *dīkian (“pool, puddle”) from Proto-Indo-European *dhīgw-, *dheigw- (“to stab, dig”). Akin to Danish dige "to dig, raise a dike", Swedish dika "to dig ditches". Related to, but not derived from Middle French diguer "to dig", itself a borrowing of the same Germanic root (Middle Dutch dijk), as the Middle French word appears later than the Middle English word. More at ditch, dike.

    Времена

    digs, digging, dug, dug

    Общие Словосочетания

    dig up, dig out, dig in, dig into, dig it, dig on, dig down, dig for

    Видео

    ... world without having to dig and sift through your email, ...
    ... one, but I really wanted to just get it out of the way so we could dig into the real meat ...

    Слово дня

    paragoge
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