listen to the pronunciation of fluke
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{i} şans
uç (mızrak/ok vb)
demir tırnağı
(Askeri) lağım kepçesi
(Askeri) tırnak
(Askeri) dilbalığı
beklenmedik talih
talih eseri bir raslantı
(Tıp) Yaprak şeklinde bir çeşit akım
sağı solu belli olmayan
{i} balina kuyruğu
şansa bağlı
tesadüfen kaybetmek veya kazanmak
{i} sondaj kepçesi
şansla isabet etmek

Ben onun bir tesadüf olduğunu düşündüm. - I thought it was a fluke.

Belki de bu sadece bir tesadüftü. - Maybe it was just a fluke.

fluky tesadüfe dayanan
{i} (bir) şans, şans eseri
{i} yassı balık
{i} sürpriz
{i} şans eseri
parazit/dil balığı/şans
{i} dil balığı
{i} ok damağı
{i} beklenmedik başarı
gemi demirinin
{i} zıpkın ucu
(Askeri) emici kurt
(Askeri) yaprak solucanı
fluke disease
kelebek hastalığı
liver fluke
karaciğer paraziti
liver fluke
karaciğer kelebeği
intestinal fluke
Yassı bağırsak paraziti
anchor fluke
(Askeri) çıpanın tırnakları
blood fluke
(Askeri) ÇOK HÜCRELİ KAN PARAZİTİ: Kanda yaşayan bir parazit çeşidi
blood fluke
kan paraziti
blood fluke
liver fluke
(Askeri) KARACİĞER PARAZİTİ: Karaciğerde bulunan kurt şeklinde parazit
liver fluke distomatosis
(Tıp) distomatoz
lung fluke
(Tıp) akciğer kelebeği
lung fluke
(Askeri) AKCİĞER PARAZİTİ: Akciğerde bulunan, kurt şeklinde parazit
sheep liver fluke
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) koyun karaciğer kelebeği
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To fortuitously pot a ball in an unintended way

He fluked the other red into the middle pocket, despite the double kiss.

A lucky or improbable occurrence, with the implication that the occurrence could not be repeated

The first goal was just a fluke.

Either of the two lobes of a whale's or similar creature's tail

The dolphin had an open wound on the left fluke of its tail where the propeller had injured it.

Any of the triangular blades at the end of an anchor, designed to catch the ground

The fluke of the anchor was wedged between two outcroppings of rock and could not be dislodged.

A flounder

The fluke or flounder is a flat fish and the parasitic worm was so-named from a fancied resemblance to the fish.

A trematode; a parasitic flatworm of the trematoda class, related to the tapeworm

The man had become infected with flukes after eating a meal of raw fish.

A metal hook on the head of certain staff weapons (such as a bill), made in various forms depending on function, whether used for grappling or to penetrate armour when swung at an opponent

The polearm had a wide, sharpened fluke attached to the central point.

To obtain a successful outcome by pure chance

I fluked a pass in the multiple-choice exam.

In general, an offshoot from a central piece

After casting the bronze statue, we filed down the flukes and spurs from the molding process.

{n} the broad part of an anchor, a flounder
either of the two lobes of the tail of a cetacean
One of the lobes of a whale's tail
The European flounder
Trematode (Clonorchis, Paragonimus, Fasciola, and Schistosoma spp )
a stroke of luck
One of the lobes of a whale's tail, so called from the resemblance to the fluke of an anchor
A parasitic trematode worm of several species, having a flat, lanceolate body and two suckers
The entire point of an anchor, composed of the bill and palm at the end of an arm
The part of an anchor which fastens in the ground; a flook
flat blade-like projection on the arm of an anchor
a barb on a harpoon or arrow
{i} triangular tip on the arm of an anchor; barbed end of a harpoon; flatfish; parasitic flatworm; lucky occurrence; either half of a whale's tail
Two species (Fasciola hepatica and Distoma lanceolatum) are found in the livers of sheep, and produce the disease called rot
Horizontal tail fin of cetaceans It has no skeletal support
If you say that something good is a fluke, you mean that it happened accidentally rather than by being planned or arranged. The discovery was something of a fluke By sheer fluke, one of the shipowner's employees was in the city. something good that happens because of luck (Origin unknown.). or trematode Any member of almost 6,000 species of parasitic flatworms. Flukes are found worldwide and range in size from about 0.2 to 4 in. (5-100 mm) long. They most commonly parasitize fish, frogs, and turtles, but also humans, domestic animals, and invertebrates such as mollusks and crustaceans. They include external parasites (ectoparasites), internal parasites (endoparasites), and semi-external parasites (those that attach to the lining of the mouth, to gills, or to the cloaca). Most flukes are flattened and leaflike or ribbonlike and have muscular suckers on the bottom surface, as well as hooks and spines, for attachment to the host. Fluke infestations may cause illness (e.g., schistosomiasis) or death in humans
a type of flat, parasitic worm that infects fish
An accidental and favorable stroke at billiards (called a scratch in the United States); hence, any accidental or unexpected advantage; as, he won by a fluke
parasitic flatworms having external suckers for attaching to a host either of the two lobes of the tail of a cetacean flat blade-like projection on the arm of an anchor a barb on a harpoon or arrow
Either of the two lobes of a whales or similar creatures tail
To get or score by a fluke; as, to fluke a play in billiards
Flattened end of an anchor arm that bites into the ocean floor
An instrument for cleaning out a hole drilled in stone for blasting
parasitic flatworms having external suckers for attaching to a host
To obtain a successful outcome by pure chance from a bad shot
plural of fluke
liver fluke
flatworm parasitic in liver and bile ducts of domestic animals and humans