knives

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
bıçak

Lütfen bize iki bıçak ve dört çatal verin. - Give us two knives and four forks, please.

Lütfen çocukların bıçaklarla oynamasına izin vermeyin. - Please don't allow the children to play with knives.

i., çoğ., bak. knife
bıçaklar

Lütfen çocukların bıçaklarla oynamasına izin vermeyin. - Please don't allow the children to play with knives.

Çocuğun bıçaklarla oynamasına izin vermeyin. - Don't let the kid play with knives.

knife
bıçak

Tom paslı bir bıçakla elini kesti. - Tom cut his hand with a rusty knife.

O, bıçakla parmağını kesti. - He cut his finger with the knife.

knives and forks
çatal bıçak
knife
kalem

Kurşun kalemimi keskinleştirmek için bir bıçak istiyorum. - I want a knife to sharpen my pencil with.

Bir bıçakla kalemi yonttum. - I sharpened a pencil with a knife.

knife
tığ
knife
{f} kes

Bıçak ağzının ucu keskindir. - The tip of the knife blade is sharp.

Bıçağın ucu keskindir. - The tip of the knife is sharp.

knife
bıçak,v.kes: n.bıçak
knife
bicade
knife
makina bıçağı
container for storing knives
bıçaklık
cork knives
filitre kağıdı bıçakları
knife
{f} arkadan vurmak
knife
(isim) bıçak
knife
ABD
knife
knife rest sofrada üzerine et bıçağı konulan koyacak
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{f} bıçakla kesmek

Peyniri bıçakla kesmek kolaydır. - It's easy to cut cheese with a knife.

knife
{i} (çoğ. knives) bıçak, çakı
knife
{f} kesmek

Peyniri bıçakla kesmek kolaydır. - It's easy to cut cheese with a knife.

Bu bıçak et kesmek için kullanılır. - This knife is used to cut meat.

knife
bıçaklamak
knife
knife grinder bıçak bileyici
knife
{f} argo arkadan vurmak
knife
slang arkadan vurmak
knife
bıçakla karıştırıp hazırlamak bıçaklamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
of Knife
Plural of knife
Knives is the plural of knife. Plural of knife. the plural of knife
Bowie knives
plural form of Bowie knife
Stanley knives
plural form of Stanley knife
Swiss Army knives
plural form of Swiss Army knife
butter knives
plural form of butter knife
butterfly knives
plural form of butterfly knife
carving knives
plural form of carving knife
fish knives
plural form of fish knife
flick knives
plural form of flick knife
folding knives
plural form of folding knife
gamma knives
plural form of gamma knife
hunting knives
plural form of hunting knife
knife
Any blade-like part in a tool or a machine designed for cutting, such as the knives for a chipper
knife
To cut through as if with a knife
knife
To positively ignore, especially in order to denigrate. compare cut
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To cut with a knife
knife
A weapon designed with the aforementioned specifications intended for slashing and/or stabbing and too short to be called a sword. A dagger
knife
A utensil or a tool designed for cutting, consisting of a flat piece of hard material, usually steel or other metal (the blade), usually sharpened on one edge, attached to a handle. The blade may be pointed for piercing
knife
To betray, especially in the context of a political slate
not the sharpest knives in the drawer
plural form of not the sharpest knife in the drawer
palette knives
plural form of palette knife
paring knives
plural form of paring knife
pocket knives
plural form of pocket knife
sheath knives
plural form of sheath knife
steak knives
plural form of steak knife
utility knives
plural form of utility knife
knife
{n} knives, a steel, utensil to cut with
Night of the Long Knives
(June 30, 1934) Purge of Nazi leaders by Adolf Hitler. Fearing that the paramilitary SA had become too powerful, Hitler ordered his elite SS guards to murder the organization's leaders, including Ernst Röhm. Also killed that night were hundreds of other perceived opponents of Hitler, including Kurt von Schleicher and Gregor Strasser
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The one iron The toughest club to hit If you carry a 'knife in your bag, you're either a real player or a phony who wants to look like a real player A few swings with the knife will reveal the true you Lee Trevino advises golfers caught in a lightning storm to hold their one irons aloft because "even God can't hit a one iron "
knife
If you twist the knife or if you turn the knife in someone's wound, you do or say something to make an unpleasant situation they are in even more unpleasant. Travis twisted the knife by laughing at her. to put a knife into someone's body = stab
knife
If you have been in a place where there was a very tense atmosphere, you can say that you could have cut the atmosphere with a knife
knife
sikkiyn
knife
Any of a variety of chipped stone cutting tools Many were hafted
knife
To prune with the knife
knife
To use a knife to injure or kill by stabbing, slashing, or otherwise using the sharp edge of the knife as a weapon
knife
A tool which was flaked to form one or more elongate cutting edges
knife
a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point
knife
edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle a weapon with a handle and blade with a sharp point use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death
knife
knives is the plural form of the noun and knifes is the third person singular of the present tense of the verb
knife
To knife someone means to attack and injure them with a knife. Dawson takes revenge on the man by knifing him to death
knife
A knife is a tool for cutting or a weapon and consists of a flat piece of metal with a sharp edge on the end of a handle. a knife and fork Two robbers broke into her home, held a knife to her throat and stole her savings
knife
A sword or dagger
knife
n pisau
knife
If a lot of people want something unpleasant to happen to someone, for example if they want them to lose their job, you can say that the knives are out for that person. The Party knives are out for the leader
knife
  A sixth level spell that creates any kind of knife (that is shorter than a short sword)
knife
To stab in the back; to try to defeat by underhand means, esp
knife
is the emblem borne by St Agatha, St Albert, and St Christina The flaying knife is the emblem of St Bartholomew, because he was flayed A sacrificing knife is borne in Christian art by St Zadkiel, the angel The knife of academic knots Chrysippos, so called because he was the keenest disputant of his age (B C 280-207) War to the knife Deadly strife
knife
use a knife on; "The victim was knifed to death"
knife
any long thin projection that is transient; "tongues of flame licked at the walls"; "rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
knife
A surgeon's knife is a piece of equipment used to cut flesh and organs during operations. It is made of metal and has a very thin sharp edge. = scalpel If you go under the knife, you have an operation in a hospital. Kelly was about to go under the knife when her surgeon stopped everything. see also carving knife, fish knife, flick knife, palette knife, paper knife, pocket knife, Stanley knife
knife
Any flint, stone, or other tool with a sharp edge for cutting
knife
An instrument consisting of a thin blade, usually of steel and having a sharp edge for cutting, fastened to a handle, but of many different forms and names for different uses; as, table knife, drawing knife, putty knife, pallet knife, pocketknife, penknife, chopping knife, etc
knife
If someone does something like a knife through butter or like a hot knife through butter, they do it very easily. Spending by Japanese companies has left them more competitive than companies in other nations. They will be cutting through the competition like a hot knife through butter
knife
{f} cut or stab with a knife; cut through as with a knife, move through as with a knife
knife
kouto
knife
edge tool used as a cutting instrument; has a pointed blade with a sharp edge and a handle
knife
To cut or stab with a knife
knife
Noun: The part of a serger which cuts the edge of the fabric as it passes through to the needle
knife
meet
knife
in politics; to vote or work secretly against (a candidate of one's own party)
knife
el cuchillo
knife
To positively ignore, especially in order to denigrate. cf cut
knife
{i} tool with a thin sharp blade that is used for cutting
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Fig
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night of the long knives
murderous weekend in 1934 when Hitler killed and "purified" those people who stood in his path
knives

    Турецкое произношение

    nayvz

    Произношение

    /ˈnīvz/ /ˈnaɪvz/

    Этимология

    [ 'nIf ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English knif, from Old English cnIf, perhaps from Old Norse knIfr; akin to Middle Low German knIf knife.

    Общие Словосочетания

    knives out

    Слово дня

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