gag

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} ağız tıkacı
{f} ağzını tıkamak
ağz

Dan Linda'nın ağzını tıkadı ve onu bir dolaba kilitledi. - Dan gagged Linda and locked her up in a closet.

Çocuk hırsızları Tom'un ağzını tıkadılar ve onu bir dolaba kilitlediler. - The kidnappers gagged Tom and locked him up in a closet.

şaka
susturmak
komik öykü
{f} ağzını tıka

Dan Linda'nın ağzını tıkadı ve onu bir dolaba kilitledi. - Dan gagged Linda and locked her up in a closet.

O, onu bağladı ve onun ağzını tıkadı, sonra onu vahşice dövmeye başladı. - She tied him up and gagged him, then she started to beat him savagely.

espri
söyletmemek, ağzım tıkamak
öğürmek
(Tıp, İlaç) Alet ile ağzını açık tutmak
alet ile ağzım açık tutmak
susturmak için ağıza sokulan tıkaç
(Tıp, İlaç) Ağıza konulan kusturucu şey
(haberin) yayılmasına engel olmak, susturmak
ağzı açık tutmak için ağıza sokulan alet
yayılmasına engel olmak
t/b alet ile ağzım açık tutmak
f söyletmemek
{i} ameliyatta ağıza takılan alet
t/b ağzı açık tutmak için agıza sokulan alet
{f} espri yapmak
ögürmek gag rule mecliste konuşmay sm
f susturmak için ağlza sokulan tlkaç
{i} tıkaç

Haydutlar onun ağzına bir tıkaç koydu. - The bandits put a gag in his mouth.

{i} eğlence
{f} kusturmak
{i} güldürücü şey
{i} mecliste konuşmaların son bulması
ağzım tlkamak
{i} komik söz
{f} kusacak gibi olmak
{f} komiklik yapmak
gülüt
gag on
bir şey boğazını tıkamak
gag reflex
öğürme refleksi
gag rule
mecliste konuşma kuralı
gag order
(Kanun) Savcının, savunma avukatının ve diğer mahkeme personelinin dava hakkında medya ile konuşmalarını yasaklayan emir. Mahkeme konusunun basın üyelerince açıklanmasını ya da yorumlanmasını yasaklayan mahkeme kararı
gag bit
gem
gag on
(bir şey) boğazını tıkamak
gag up
oyuna kendinden espriler katmak
gags
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to gag
ağzını tıkamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To restrain someone's speech
A device to restrain speech, usually a rag in the mouth and secured there with tape, another rag that has been folded into a narrow strip, or a rubber ball threaded onto a cord or a leather or rubber strap
An order or rule forbidding discussion of a case or subject. Also called a gag order
To have the vomiting reflex triggered
A joke or other mischievous prank
group specific antigens
The vomiting reflex
{v} to stop the mouth so as to hinder speech
{n} something used to hinder the speech
a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter; "he told a very funny joke"; "he knows a million gags"; "thanks for the laugh"; "he laughed unpleasantly at hisown jest"; "even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point"
make jokes or quips; "The students were gagging during dinner"
a gene of HIV that codes for p55, the core protein p55 is the precursor of HIV proteins p17, p24, p7 and p6 that form HIV’s capsid or core, the inner protein shell surrounding HIV’s strands of RNA
{i} something which is placed in or over the mouth in order to prevent speech or other noise; joke
If you say that someone is gagging for something or is gagging to do something, you are emphasizing that they want to have it or do it very much. Girls everywhere are gagging for a car like this There are thousands of students absolutely gagging to come to this university
To stop the mouth of, by thrusting sometimes in, so as to hinder speaking; hence, to silence by authority or by violence; not to allow freedom of speech to
the gene of HIV that encodes the core proteins of the virus; also refers to the proteins produced by that gene
(and see closure) a procedure for closing a discussion in a house when some members still wish to speak
To cause to heave with nausea
A device attached to a safety or safety relief valve that prevents it from opening at the set pressure (055)
a joke
procedure for closing a discussion in a house when some members still wish to speak
If you gag, you cannot swallow and nearly vomit. I knelt by the toilet and gagged
A gag is a joke. a gag about policemen giving evidence in court. = joke
an HIV gene that codes for p55 p55 is the precursor of HIV proteins p17, p24, p7 and p6 that form HIV's core, the inner protein shell surrounding the viral RNA
To introduce gags or interpolations
struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake; "he swallowed a fishbone and gagged"
See Gag, n
the gene of HIV that encodes the core proteins of the virus; also refers to the proteins produced by the gene
cause to retch or choke
A speech or phrase interpolated offhand by an actor on the stage in his part as written, usually consisting of some seasonable or local allusion
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restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit cause to retch or choke struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake; "he swallowed a fishbone and gagged"
prevent from speaking out; "The press was gagged"
{f} place something in or over the mouth in order to prevent speech or other sounds; begin to vomit; choke; cause to vomit; cause choking; make jokes
be too tight; rub or press; "This neckband is choking the cat"
If someone gags you, they tie a piece of cloth around your mouth in order to stop you from speaking or shouting. I gagged him with a towel
To restrain someones speech
disapproval If a person is gagged by someone in authority, they are prevented from expressing their opinion or from publishing certain information. Judges must not be gagged
To pry or hold open by means of a gag
To heave with nausea; to retch
restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting
A gag is something such as a piece of cloth that is tied around or put inside someone's mouth in order to stop them from speaking. His captors had put a gag of thick leather in his mouth
tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them; "The burglars gagged the home owner and tied him to a chair"
A mouthful that makes one retch; a choking bit; as, a gag of mutton fat
prevent from speaking out; "The press was gagged
make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit
Something thrust into the mouth or throat to hinder speaking
gag me with a spoon
An expression of disgust

Whatever! I pretend to stick my finger in my mouth and make a choking sound of mock disgust at Beth's compliment. Like gag me with a spoon! I laugh.

gag order
An order issued by a court prohibiting specified persons from discussing a case outside limitations set by the court
gag order
Any directive from a person in authority prohibiting another person from speaking about a certain thing
gag orders
plural form of gag order
gag-a-day
Providing humor in each day's strip, without a plot connecting the various days' respective strips
gag a maggot
(deyim) Expression used to describe something extremely revolting or disgusting

1. Carrie had a face that could gag a maggot. 2. When Bruce farted it was enough to gag a maggot.

gag a person
place something in or over the mouth of a person in order to prevent speech or other sounds
gag law
official restraint on free speech (in parliament, in media, etc.)
gag law
A law or ruling prohibiting proper or free debate, as in closure
gag law
any law that limits freedom of the press
gag line
A line, as in a comedy routine or speech, intended to provoke laughter
gag order
a court order restricting information or comment by the participants involved in a lawsuit; "imposing a gag order on members of the press violates the First Amendment
gag order
1 A court-imposed order to restrict information or comment about a case The ostensible purpose of such an order is to protect the interests of all parties and preserve the right to a fair trial by curbing publicity likely to prejudice a jury A gag order cannot be directly imposed on members of the press because this constitutes an impermissible prior restraint and violates the First Amendment
gag order
an order by the court restricting comment on, or the release of information about the proceedings
gag order
A court order forbidding public reporting or commentary, as by the news media, on a case currently before the court. an order made by the court to prevent any public reporting of a case which is still being considered by a court of law
gag order
A restrictive court order that prohibits all or some participants in a trial from speaking about a case or that stops publications and broadcasting stations from reporting on certain aspects of a case
gag order
prohibition of publication, court order forbidding publication of details concerning a legal hearing
gag rule
A rule, as in a legislative body, limiting discussion or debate on an issue. Also called gag law. a rule or law that stops people from talking about a subject during a particular time or in a particular place. Parliamentary device to limit debate; specifically, one of a series of resolutions passed by the U.S. Congress that tabled without discussion petitions regarding slavery (1836-40). It was introduced by proslavery members to postpone consideration of antislavery petitions encouraged by the American Anti-Slavery Society. It was repealed in 1844 due to efforts of John Quincy Adams and others
gag rule
official restraint on free speech (in parliament, in media, etc.)
gagged
Past participle of gag
go along with the gag
To cooperate in continuing a joke, hoax, or similar phenomenon initiated by others
running gag
Any of many variations of a joke or humorous situation that reappears in several episodes of a series
gagging
present participle of gag
gags
plural of gag
gags
third-person singular of gag
sight gag
A comic bit or effect that depends on sight rather than words
sight gag
a joke whose effect is achieved by visual means rather than by speech (as in a movie)
gag
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