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Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kusma, istifrağ. Hastalıktan dolayı ağızdan çıkan hazmolmamış gıdâ maddesi.Âlim-i mürşid koyun olmalı; kuş olmamalı. Koyun, kuzusuna süt; kuş, yavrusuna kay verir. M
Yağmur, yaz yağmuru
Yağmurlu hava
(Osmanlı Dönemi) hazmolmamış gıda. Hazmedilmemiş yiyecek
Kusma
Yaz yağmuru
KAY'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kedi, sinnevr
KAY'AM
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Kayâım) Kedi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A male given name derived from the surnames, or from a rare medieval given name ( as the Sir Kay of Arthurian legend ), Welsh Cai, Latinized as Caius, related to the modern male name Kai
A surname derived from several Old and Middle English words; also adopted by immigrants whose surnames began with a K
A short form of Katherine and other female names beginning with a "K"; popular as a middle name
Abbreviation of okay
The name of the Latin script letter K/k
{i} female first name; family name
derived from the surnames, or from a rare medieval given name ( as the Sir Kay of Arthurian legend ), Welsh Cai, Latinized as Caius, related to the modern male name Kai
short form of Katherine and other names beginning with a "K";popular as a middle name
In Arthurian legend, the foster brother and steward of King Arthur. The letter k. Boyle Kay Kay Alan Kay John Kay Ulysses Simpson
The letter k
Kay Boyle
born Feb. 19, 1902, St. Paul, Minn., U.S. died Dec. 27, 1992, Mill Valley, Calif. U.S. writer. Boyle lived in Europe during the 1920s and '30s. Later she served as a European correspondent for The New Yorker (1946-53). Her writing is noted for its elegant style and consistently leftist stance. Her novels, which include Plagued by the Nightingale (1931) and Generation Without Farewell (1960), are less highly regarded than her short stories, which include "The White Horses of Vienna," "Keep Your Pity," and "Defeat
'kay
A shortening of okay
m'kay
Okay; an expression of acknowledgment or affirmation, now often used in an ironical or condescending sense

Drugs are bad, m’kay?.

Alan Kay
born 1940, Springfield, Mass., U.S. U.S. computer scientist. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. In 1972 he joined Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center and continued work on the first object-oriented programming language (Smalltalk) for educational applications. He contributed to the development of Ethernet, laser printing, and client-server architecture. He left Xerox in 1983 and became a fellow at Apple Computer in 1984. His design of a graphical user interface was used in Apple's Macintosh and later in Microsoft's Windows operating system. He was a fellow at the Walt Disney Co. (1996-2001) and the Hewlett-Packard Co. (from 2002)
John Kay
born July 16, 1704, near Bury, Lancashire, Eng. died 1764?, France British machinist and engineer. In 1733 he received a patent for a "New Engine or Machine for Opening and Dressing Wool" that incorporated his flying shuttle, an important step toward automatic weaving. Kay's invention so increased yarn consumption that it spurred the invention of spinning machines (including the spinning jenny and spinning mule), but its true importance lay in its adaptation in power looms
Ulysses Kay
born Jan. 7, 1917, Tucson, Ariz., U.S. died May 20, 1995, Englewood, N.J. U.S. composer. A nephew of jazz cornetist King Oliver, he was an all-around musician from childhood. After graduating from the University of Arizona he went on to study at the Eastman School and with the composer Paul Hindemith at Yale. He taught principally at the City University of New York, earning a reputation as a distinguished teacher. His music Neoclassical in style but characterized by verve and warmth received many awards; mostly orchestral or choral, it includes five operas and several film and television scores
Ulysses Simpson Kay
born Jan. 7, 1917, Tucson, Ariz., U.S. died May 20, 1995, Englewood, N.J. U.S. composer. A nephew of jazz cornetist King Oliver, he was an all-around musician from childhood. After graduating from the University of Arizona he went on to study at the Eastman School and with the composer Paul Hindemith at Yale. He taught principally at the City University of New York, earning a reputation as a distinguished teacher. His music Neoclassical in style but characterized by verve and warmth received many awards; mostly orchestral or choral, it includes five operas and several film and television scores
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
{f} skiing

I prefer swimming to skiing. - Yüzmeyi kayak yapmaya tercih ederim.

How often do you go skiing every year? - Her yıl ne sıklıkla kayağa gidersin?

{f} skid

The patrol car skidded to a stop. - Devriye arabası kayarak durdu.

The speeding vehicle skidded and crashed head-on into the rear-end of a truck before the driver could say Jack Robinson. - Hız aracı Jack Robinson diyemeden önce kaydı ve bir kamyonun arkasına direkt çarptı.

{f} ski

I prefer swimming to skiing. - Yüzmeyi kaymaya tercih ederim.

He broke his leg skiing. - Kayak yaparken bacağını kırdı.

rise

Does depreciation of the yen give rise to inflation? - Yenin değer kaybetmesi enflasyona neden olur mu?

This river rises in the mountains in Nagano. - Bu nehir Nagano dağlarından kaynaklanır.

slid

Tom moved the flower pot to the left and the secret door slid open. - Tom saksıyı sola doğru hareket ettirdi ve gizli kapıyı kaydırarak açtı.

If you whip the steering wheel around like that on a snowy road, the car is going to go into a slide. - Karlı bir yolda direksiyonu o şekilde çevirirsen, kayarsın.

{f} skating

Which do you like better, skating or skiing? - Hangisini daha çok seversin, paten yapmayı mı yoksa kayak yapmayı mı?

Which is easier, skiing or skating? - Hangisi daha kolaydır, kayak mı yoksa buz pateni mi?

{f} sliding

When I was a child, I used to like sliding down the staircase banister. - Çocukken merdivenden kaymak hoşuma giderdi.

The children were sliding on the ice. - Çocuklar buz üzerinde kayıyorlardı.

{f} skate

The ice is too thin to skate on. - Buz kaymak için çok ince.

How well he can skate. - Ne kadar güzel kayıyor.

slither

Tom saw a snake slither across the path. - Tom bir yılanın patikadan kayışını gördü.

The slippery snake slithered right out of his hand. - Kaygan yılan onun tam elinin dışına kaydı.

{f} slipping

The wolf peered around the corner before slipping silently into the woods. - Kurt sessizce ormana kaymadan önce dikkatle köşeye baktı.

Wear boots to avoid slipping. - Kaymayı önlemek için çizmeler kullanın.

flow away
{f} shift

Politics in this country is shifting towards the center. - Bu ülkedeki siyaset merkeze doğru kaymaktadır.

By studying the Doppler shift of different galaxies, scientists have concluded that all of the galaxies are moving away from each other. - Bilim adamları farklı galaksilerin Doppler kaymalarını inceleyerek galaksilerin tümünün birbirlerinden uzaklaştıkları sonucuna vardılar.

{f} gliding
{f} slip

He slipped and nearly fell. - O kaydı ve neredeyse düşecekti.

Tom slipped on ice and broke his hip last winter. - Geçen kış Tom buzda kaydı ve kalçasını kırdı.

{f} glide

The skaters glided rapidly around the rink. - Patenciler pistin çevresinde hızla kaydı.

Tom watched the skaters glide across the ice. - Tom patencilerin buzun üzerinde kaydığını izledi.

{f} slide

If you whip the steering wheel around like that on a snowy road, the car is going to go into a slide. - Karlı bir yolda direksiyonu o şekilde çevirirsen, kayarsın.

In our park, we have a nice slide for children to play on. - Bizim parkta çocukların oynaması için güzel bir kaydırağımız var.

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