kicker

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} mızmız
şikâyetçi
kick
{f} tekmelemek
kick
tepmek
kick
tekme

Bir harita getirmediğim için kendimi tekmeleyebilirdim. - I could kick myself for not bringing a map.

O, havlayan köpeğe şiddetli bir tekme attı. - He gave the barking dog a vicious kick.

kicker part
can alıcı bölüm
kick
tekme atmak

Ben çok üzgünüm. Niyetim sana tekme atmak değildi. - I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to kick you.

kick
şevk
kick
teklemek
kick
{f} bırakmak
kick
heves
kick
çeviklik
kick
seğirdim
kick
keyif

Tom sadece keyif çatmaya ve dinlenmeye karar verdi. - Tom decided to just kick back and relax.

kick
çiftelemek
kick
(Argo) merak
kick
(Argo) kuvvet
kick
(Argo) kuvvetli (içki vb)
kick
geri tepmek (silah)
kick
(Argo) kuvvet (içkide)
kick
ayak ile vurmak
kick
seğirdim yapmak
kick
karşı durmak
kick
(Bilgisayar) çıkar

O dikkatsiz araç kullanmanın keyfini çıkarır. - He gets a kick out of reckless driving.

Bunun keyfini çıkaracaksın. - You'll get a kick out of it.

kick
topa vurma
kick
(Spor) (gol) atmak
kick
şut
kick
coşku
kick
{f} tep

O beni ısırdığında, ben tepki gösterdim ve onu tekmeledim. - When he bit me, I reacted and kicked him.

Tom bir at tarafından tepildi. - Tom got kicked by a horse.

kick
çifte atmak
kick
(silah) tepmek
kick
(alkol/uyuşturucu/vb.) etki
butt kicker
kıç tekmeleyen
kick
yıkamaz
kick
tekmin
kickers
perlere
tire kicker
(deyim) Alacağı maldan veya hizmetten fiyat, özellik vb. açılarından tam emin olamayan, tatmin olmsyan ve sonunda almayan

It's alright boss, those people just look like a bunch of tire kickers.

kick
sızlanmak
kick
karşı gelme
kick
vazgeçmek
kick
geri tepme
kick
tepinmek
kick
tepme

Tüfeğin tepmesi senin omzunu kırabilir. - The kick of the rifle can break your shoulder.

kick
yakınmak
kick
yakınma
kick
enerji

Tom motorsikletine enerji vermeye başladı. - Tom kick-started his motorcycle.

kick
sertlik
kick
geri tepmek
kick
çitme atmak
kick
zevk

Müstehcen fıkraları sevmem fakat onları anlattığında ondan çok zevk alırım. - I don't like dirty jokes, but I get a kick out of it when you tell them.

Hayattan zevk alıyorum. - I get a kick out of life.

kick
{i} heyecan

Sadece heyecan olsun diye mi bunu yaptın? - Did you do it just for kicks?

Ben dalmaktan heyecan duyuyorum. - I get a kick from diving.

kick
dili karşı durmak
kick
tekme vurmak
kick
{f} k.dili. karşı durmak
kick
tepmek seğirdim yapmak
kick
{f} (silah) geri tepmek, seğirdim yapmak
kick
tekmelem

Koltuğumu tekmelemeyi bırakır mısın? - Can you stop kicking my seat?

kick
kick against the pricks kendi zararına olarak karşı gelmek
kick
{f} tekmeleyerek kovmak
kick
{i} argo (içkide) kuvvet, sertlik; (uyuşturucu maddenin) kamçılama etkisi: This drink's got a kick to it
kick
kick a goal topa vurup gol atmak
kick
{i} çifte

Bu atın çifte atmayacağını umuyorum. - I hope this horse doesn't kick.

kick
{i} k.dili. karşı gelme
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The last paragraph or two of a story
The kicking strap
An unexpected situation or detail

John wants to climb the wall, but the kicker is that it is thirty feet tall.

An unpaired card which is part of a pair, two pair, or three of a kind poker hand

Jill's hand was two pair, aces and sevens, with a king kicker.

An enticement for investors, e.g. warranty added to the investment contract
A particular type of resident of Texas who is associated with country/western attire, attitudes, and/or philosophy
One who takes kicks
{n} one who kicks or strikes back
Additional compensation for a lender or investor, the right to share in the income from the property in addition to payments of principal and interest Also known as "equity kicker" or "lender participation"
A device such as a wood strip attached above the sides of a drawer to keep the drawer from tipping downward when opened
short line above the main line of a head, printed in smaller or accent type
An unpaired card used to determine the better of two near-equivalent hands For example, if two players have a pair of Kings but the next unpaired card in one hand is an 8 and the other a 7 then the 8 would be the kicker and give the hand a slightly higher value
A phrase preceding a headline that provides information about the story
A bonus paid to a lender as an enticement to make a below-marketinterest rate loan
Synonymous with the word activator or catalyst, and sometimes actually added as a third material in a three-part system
The highest unpaired card in your hand that doesn't participate in a straight or flush - i e , the card that does not contribute to the strength of your hand except by itself For example, if you hold AA743, you have a pair of aces with a 7 kicker Five card hands - straights, flushes, and full houses, - don't have kickers per se In games with community cards, kickers are especially important, because it's easy for two players to make similar hands For example, if you hold A8 and someone else holds A7, and the flop is AK642, you have your opponent out-kicked Your hand is AAK86 while theirs is AAK76 And you both lose to the guy playing 53 off suit under the gun
A device used to keep the boom from rising
One who, or that which, kicks
back -top An unpaired card used to determine the better of two near-equivalent hands For instance, suppose you have AK and your opponent has AQ If the flop has an ace in it, you both have a pair of aces, but you have a king kicker Kickers can be vitally important in hold'em
A line led from the middle of the spinnaker pole to a cleat in the cockpit to prevent the pole from flying upward under wind pressure
An additional feature of a debt obligation that increases its marketability and attractiveness to investors
top -- An unpaired card used to determine the better of two near-equivalent hands For instance, suppose you have AK and your opponent has AQ If the flop has an ace in it, you both have a pair of aces, but you have a king kicker Kickers can be vitally important in hold'em
A name for a jump ramp Kickers usually have the property of throwing you up into the air rather than giving you distance
A statement that amplifies self evidency of truth
The highest extra card in your hand that doesn't participate in a straight or flush The card does not contribute to the strength of your hand except by itself For example, if you hold QQ943, you have a pair of queens with a nine kicker Five-card hands (straights, flushes, and full houses) don't have kickers In games with community cards, kickers are especially important, because it's easy for two players to make similar hands For example, if you hold A8 and someone else holds A7, and the flop is AK642, you have your opponent out-kicked Your hand is AAK86 while theirs is AAK76
The term for the card used to break ties between two of a kind or between Two Pair
Generally used to describe a particular type of resident of Texas who is associated with Country/Western attire, attitudes and/or philosophy. The term originated from [explicative]-kickers, referring to a cowboy with boots that were used to "kick" away cow manure
That which is particularly difficult or troublesome
The right of a mortgage lender or other investor to share in income, in addition to principal and interest receipts Also known as equity-kicker and lender participation
An extra bonus or additional payment over and above the fixed interest already paid to an investor eg A percentage of gross profits or cash flow
An added feature of debt obligation used to entice investors For example, a bond that can be converted to stock at a given price Also known as a "sweetener "
{i} person or thing that kicks; horse that kicks; something unfair or unexpected in an agreement (Slang)
a player who kicks the football
A payment required by a mortgage in addition to normal principal and interest Sometimes known as a participation loan
An unpaired card used to determine the better of two near-equivalent hands For instance, suppose you have AK and your opponent has AQ If the flop has an ace in it, you both have a pair of aces, but you have a king kicker Kickers can be vitally important in hold'em
Payment required by a mortgage in addition to normal principal and interest Also called an equity kicker or participation loan, it allows the mortgagee to participate in income from the mortgagor
A strip of wood centered between the rails above a drawer to keep it level as it is opened
kick
Something that tickles the fancy; something fun or amusing

I think I sprained something on my latest exercise kick.

kick
To strike or hit with, or raise one's foot or leg

He enjoyed the simple pleasure of watching the kickline kick.

kick
The removal of a person from an online activity
kick
A button (of a joypad, joystick or similar device) whose only or main current function is that when it is pressed causes a video game character to kick
kick
To manage defeat against a bothersome or difficult issue or obstacle

I still smoke, but they keep telling me to kick the habit.

kick
The action of swinging a foot or leg

The ballerina did a high kick and a leap.

kick
To direct to a particular place by a blow with the foot or leg

Kick the ball into the goal.

kick
Any bucking motion of an object that lacks legs or feet

The pool ball took a wild kick, up off the table.

kick
To remove a participant from an online activity

He was kicked by ChanServ for flooding.

kick
piquancy

The first time I saw Deep Water, the trace of mystery in the Crowhurst affair gave the movie a kick of excitement.

kick
A hit or strike with the leg or foot or knee

A kick to the knee.

tire kicker
Alternative form of tyre kicker
tyre kicker
A person who pretends to be interested in purchasing an article (especially a secondhand car), but has no intention of buying it
kick
{v} to strike with the foot, to strike back
kick
{n} a blow or wound made with the foot
tire kicker
(deyim) Someone who is indecisive about purchasing a product or service, and never feels satisfied with what they are offered. In the end a tire kicker may or may not buy. The term comes from sales people at car dealerships. Tire kickers would come around frequently, kick the tires a few times on the cars that they liked, but never make a solid purchasing decision on any particular car or trim
Kick
geri
kick
Slang: double; Slang: ruff; Slang: blunder away
kick
To end a newscast with something "Let's kick with the waterskiing squirrel " (Also a kicker)
kick
To break one's drug habit; from the typical leg jerks of narcotic withdrawal
kick
A forceful toe impact that leaves a definable impression and generally scatters ground surface debris in the direction of travel
kick
Literally, the way the ball bounces Sometimes it kicks your way and sometimes it doesn't, but golfers are always asking for a good kick
kick
A temporary removal of a user from a channel for an infringement of channel rules With a kick the user can immediately rejoin the channel unless a ban is also placed upon them For more information, please visit our Channel Guidelines page
kick
a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics; "the kick must be synchronized with the arm movements"; "the swimmer's kicking left a wake behind him"
kick
If you kick someone or something, you hit them forcefully with your foot. He kicked the door hard He threw me to the ground and started to kick He escaped by kicking open the window The fiery actress kicked him in the shins An ostrich can kick a man to death. Kick is also a noun. He suffered a kick to the knee
kick
(Colloq ) The event or observation of the onset and hardening process associated with the curing of a catalized liquid resin
kick
the backward jerk of a gun when it is fired
kick
If you say that someone does something for kicks, you mean that they do it because they think it will be exciting. They made a few small bets for kicks
kick
To temporarily eject a chatter from a chat room
kick
strike with the foot; "The boy kicked the dog"; "Kick the door down"
kick
drive or propel with the foot thrash about or strike out with the feet kick a leg up
kick
spring back, as from a forceful thrust; "The gun kicked back into my shoulder"
kick
If you kick your legs, you lift your legs up very high one after the other, for example when you are dancing. He was kicking his legs like a Can Can dancer She begins dancing, kicking her legs high in the air
kick
make a goal; "He kicked the extra point after touchdown"
kick
emphasis If you say that someone is dragged kicking and screaming into a particular course of action, you are emphasizing that they are very unwilling to do what they are being made to do. He had to be dragged kicking and screaming into action
kick
Slang: Bass drum Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
kick
A lift leg movement with the leg straight
kick
stop consuming; "kick a habit"
kick
express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness; "My mother complains all day"; "She has a lot to kick about"
kick
informal terms for objecting; "I have a gripe about the service here"
kick
the act of delivering a blow with the foot; "he gave the ball a powerful kick"; "the team's kicking was excellent"
kick
To thrust out the foot or feet with violence; to strike out with the foot or feet, as in defense or in bad temper; esp
kick
thrash about or strike out with the feet
kick
If you say that someone kicks you when you are down, you think they are behaving unfairly because they are attacking you when you are in a weak position. In the end I just couldn't kick Jimmy when he was down
kick
of Pocketknife
kick
the sudden stimulation provided by strong drink (or certain drugs); "a sidecar is a smooth drink but it has a powerful kick"
kick
The projection on the tang of the blade of a pocket knife, which prevents the edge of the blade from striking the spring
kick
{i} strike or blow delivered by the foot; thrusting movement of the legs (as in swimming); recoil; power, strength (Slang); thrill, exciting feeling (Slang); temporary infatuation, temporary fascination (Slang)
kick
When you kick a ball or other object, you hit it with your foot so that it moves through the air. I went to kick the ball and I completely missed it He kicked the ball away A furious player kicked his racket into the grandstand. Kick is also a noun. Schmeichel swooped to save the first kick from Borisov
kick
A composed phrase that is played in rhythmic unison by the accompanying instruments behind a melody, whether composed or improvised
kick
If you kick a habit, you stop doing something that is bad for you and that you find difficult to stop doing. She's kicked her drug habit and learned that her life has value
kick
a kick is made by hitting the ball with any part of the leg or foot, except the heel, from the toe to the knee but not including the knee; a kick must move the ball a visible distance out of the hand, or along the ground
kick
A burst of speed near the finish line in an attempt to beat another rider or riders
kick
the act of delivering a blow with the foot; "he gave the ball a powerful kick"; "the team's kicking was excellent" a rhythmic thrusting movement of the legs as in swimming or calisthenics; "the kick must be synchronized with the arm movements"; "the swimmer's kicking left a wake behind him" the sudden stimulation provided by strong drink (or certain drugs); "a sidecar is a smooth drink but it has a powerful kick" make a goal; "He kicked the extra point after touchdown" stop consuming; "kick a habit" strike with the foot; "The boy kicked the dog"; "Kick the door down" drive or propel with the foot thrash about or strike out with the feet kick a leg up
kick
kick a leg up
kick
The behavior of a ball hit with topspin When it hits the ground, the ball will "kick" forward and upward
kick
feelings You use kick yourself in expressions such as I could have kicked myself and you're going to kick yourself to indicate that you were annoyed or are going to be annoyed that you got something wrong. I was still kicking myself for not paying attention
kick
Another term for Bass Drum
kick
emphasis If you describe an event as a kick in the teeth, you are emphasizing that it is very disappointing and upsetting. We've been struggling for years and it's a real kick in the teeth to see a new band make it ahead of us. = setback
kick
A blow with the foot or feet; a striking or thrust with the foot
kick
If something gives you a kick, it makes you feel very excited or very happy for a short period of time. I got a kick out of seeing my name in print
kick
An indentation at the bottom of a glass or bottle which strengthens the object
kick
To strike, thrust, or hit violently with the foot; as, a horse kicks a groom; a man kicks a dog
kick
Low; lift the non-support leg from the knee and straighten the knee, pointing the toes High; Lift the non-support leg from the trunk with a straight knee
kick
bounce Example: I got a good kick and my ball ended up right next to the pin
kick
to strike backward, as a horse does, or to have a habit of doing so
kick
The forceful impact of a footfall or portion thereof that makes a definable impression and generally scatters ground surface often throwing surface materials or debris in the direction of travel Also See: Explosion
kick
Hence, figuratively: To show ugly resistance, opposition, or hostility; to spurn
kick
If you kick or if you kick your legs, you move your legs with very quick, small, and forceful movements, once or repeatedly. They were dragged away struggling and kicking First he kicked the left leg, then he kicked the right He kicked his feet away from the window. Kick out means the same as kick. As its rider tried to free it, the horse kicked out
kick
the swift release of a store of affective force; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
kick
{f} strike with the foot; make a thrusting movement with the foot (as in swimming); recoil; score a goal (Football); complain, protest (Slang); be alive and full of energy; temporarily throw out of an Internet channel (Computers)
kick
A projection in a mold, to form a depression in the surface of the brick
kick
alive and kicking: see alive to kick up a fuss: see fuss
kick
Intrusion of formation liquids or gas that results in an increase in pit volume or an increase in observed wellhead pressure It occurs when the pressure of the column of fluid in the wellbore is not great enough to overcome the formation pressure
kick
To strike or hit with, or raise ones foot or leg
kick
To score or attempt to score a field goal or point after touchdown by kicking the ball Track: To put on a burst of speed during a race usually toward the finish
kick
Attempting to score a point or field goal after touchdown by kicking the ball
kick
drive or propel with the foot
kick
(aka: "bounce") the action of the golf ball bouncing Usually off of a hill, rock, tree or cart path Example: "My 6 iron into the green was just off to the right but I got a great kick and ended up on the green "
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To recoil; said of a musket, cannon, etc
kick
The recoil of a musket or other firearm, when discharged
kickers
plural of kicker
place-kicker
(football) a kicker who makes a place kick for a goal
kicker

    Расстановка переносов

    kick·er

    Турецкое произношение

    kîkır

    Произношение

    /ˈkəkər/ /ˈkɪkɜr/

    Этимология

    (noun.) circa 1580. to kick + -er The southern-U.S. sense referring to a person derives from shit-kicker, referring to a cowboy with boots used to kick away cow manure.

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