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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
üzerinde çalışmak
saldırmak
hücum etmek
ele almak
-e saldırmak
goat
keçi

Bu keçileri dağa götür. - Take these goats to the mountain.

O peynir keçi sütünden yapılır. - That cheese is made from goat's milk.

goat
{i} teke
Goat
Oğlak takımyıldızı
goat
davar
goat
{i} oğlak
goat
kabalık
goat
kaba
goat
zorbalık
goat
zampara
goat
pis
goat
şamar oğlanı
goat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) erkeç
goat
enayi
goat
pislik
goat
ahmak
Goat
Oğlak burcu
a go at
Bir de gitmek
goat
azgın erkek
goat
oğlak burcu [(Astronomi) ]
goat
oğlak takımyıldızı [(Astronomi) ]
goat
günah keçisi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To attack, especially with energy.To approach; undertake - "He went at the job with a lot of energy."
(deyim) Start doing something with a lot of energy and enthusiasm

He went at (= ate eagerly) his dinner as if he hadn't had anything to eat for weeks.

attack; act energetically; make an approach to
goat
To allow goats to feed on

Rape and clover has yielded 283 sheep days of pasture, practically dry weather For the coming year it is planned to goat this area continuously.

goat
Any of various ruminant mammals, of the genus Capra, related to the sheep. A group of goats is referred to as a tribe or a herd
goat
A scapegoat

Tony Fernández, who has worn hero's laurels throughout the postseason including earlier in this seventh game of the World Series, now cruel as it may seem, perhaps being fitted for goat horns.

goat
A lecherous man
goat
To scapegoat

John Rocker, meanwhile, was spared from getting goated because he didn't blow a save.

goat
{i} cud-chewing mammal closely related to the sheep
goat
{n} an animal between a deer and sheep
goat
Pontiac GTO GTO--Gran Turismo Omologato, which is Italian for Grand Touring Homologated The name was originally applied to the famed 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, and noted that enough of the vehicles had been built for FIA-sanctioned GT racing The term was later used by Pontiac for the vehicle that launched the American muscle car phenomenon Gullwing Doors--Doors hinged at their top edges rather than the front or rear The first car to use gullwing doors was the Mercedes 300SL Coupe
goat
Goat meat has been eaten in many countries for centuries, and is gaining popularity in the U S and Europe Most goat meat comes from kids--goats under 6 months old Kid meat is as tender and delicate as lamb see Abercrombie's Goat Page
goat
Domestication of a wild species found in SW Asia – the bezoar – began around 6000 BC
goat
hircus, which is raised for its milk, flesh, and skin
goat
the tenth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about December 22 to January 19
goat
any of numerous agile ruminants related to sheep but having a beard and straight horns
goat
Any of various ruminant mammals, of the genus Capra, related to the sheep. A group of goats is referred to as a or a
goat
A hollow-horned ruminant of the genus Capra, of several species and varieties, esp
goat
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Capricorn
goat
Name given to a subject in a psi test who does not believe in psi; see also Sheep, Sheep-Goat Effect
goat
n kambing
goat
a victim of ridicule or pranks
goat
the domestic goat C
goat
Hawk Horn
goat
A goat is a farm animal or a wild animal that is about the size of a sheep. Goats have horns, and hairs on their chin which resemble a beard. Any hollow-horned ruminant in the bovid genus Capra. Goats have a lighter build and straighter hair than sheep; their horns arch backward; and the tail is short. Males usually have a beard. Wild goats include the ibex and markhor. Domesticated goats are descended from the pasang, which is probably native to Asia. In China, Great Britain, Europe, and North America, the domestic goat is primarily a milk producer; much of the milk is used to make cheese. Some breeds, notably the Angora and cashmere, are raised for their wool; young goats are the source of kid leather. Angora goat mountain goat Rocky Mountain goat
go at

    Турецкое произношение

    gō ät

    Произношение

    /ˈgō ˈat/ /ˈɡoʊ ˈæt/

    Этимология

    [ 'gO ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English gon, from Old English gAn; akin to Old High German gAn to go, Greek kichanein to reach, attain.

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