lark

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} tarlakuşu
şaka
gırgır
takılma

Takılmak için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

eğlenme
{i} eğlence

Sadece eğlence için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

{f} eğlen

Sadece eğlence için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

eğlenmek
tarlakuşu/şaka
cümbüş yapmak
{f} takılmak

Takılmak için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

eğlenti
{f} muziplik yapmak

Muziplik yapmak için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

sabahın köründe uyanmak
{i} şey
{i} saçmalık
{i} acayiplik
crested lark tepeli toygar
lark eğlen
{i} muziplik

Muziplik yapmak için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

{f} şaka yapmak
{i} toygar
Galerida cristata
{i} boş lâf
şaka etmek
cümbüş
(isim) Turgay
çayırkuşu
lark around
şaka yapmak
lark about
muziplik yapmak
lark about
şaka yapmak
lark about
takılmak
lark about
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- muziplik etmek , oynamak 2- alem yapmak , eğlenmek
lark around
takılmak

Takılmak için okula gelme. - Don't come to school to lark around.

lark around
muziplik yapmak
crested lark
tepeli toygar
desert lark
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çöl toygarı
field lark
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) miyop toygar
horned lark
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kulaklı toygar
shore lark
kulaklı toygar
rise with the lark
karga bok yemeden kalkmak
white winged lark
ak kanatlı tarla kuşu
as happy as a lark
mutlu bir şaka gibi
for a lark
(deyim) Şaka olsun diye, şakasına
on a lark
(deyim) Eğlence olsun diye, eğlencesine
what a lark!
ne bir şaka!
black lark
kara toygar
greater hoopoe lark
ibibik toygarı
have a lark
şaka yapmak
have a lark
muziplik yapmak
larked
muziplik yapılmış kişi
larking
muziplik yapma
rise with the lark
erken kalkmak
rise with the lark
sabahın köründe kalkmak
to be as happy as lark
zevkten dört köşe olmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A female given name from the lark bird
A male given name occasionally transferred from the surnames
A patronymic surname shortened from Larkin, a medieval diminutive of Laurence
A surname from lark as a byname or for a catcher and seller of larks
A prank
To frolic, engage in carefree adventure
A romp, frolic, some fun
One who wakes early; one who is up with the larks
Any of various resembling birds, usually ground-living, such as the meadowlark and titlark
Any of various small, singing passerine birds of the family Alaudidae
To sport, engage in harmless pranking
{n} the name of a small singing bird
A frolic; a jolly time
To catch larks; as, to go larking
North American yellow-breasted songbirds
Any one numerous species of singing birds of the genus Alauda and allied genera (family Alaudidæ)
sport, engage in harmless pranking
any of numerous predominantly Old World birds noted for their singing
If you say that doing something is a lark, you mean that it is fun, although perhaps naughty or dangerous. The children thought it was a great lark. lark about/around to have fun by behaving in a silly way = mess about. Any of about 75 species of songbirds (family Alaudidae) found throughout the continental Old World. Only the horned, or shore, lark (Eremophila alpestris) is native to the New World. The bill may be small and narrowly conical or long and downward-curving, and the hind claw is long and sometimes straight. The plumage is plain or streaked and closely matches the soil in colour. Its body is 5-9 in. (13-23 cm) long. Flocks of larks forage for insects and seeds on the ground. All species have a high, thin, melodious voice. See also skylark
The true larks have holaspidean tarsi, very long hind claws, and, usually, dull, sandy brown colors
In America they are represented by the shore larks, or horned larks, of the genus Otocoris
To sport; to frolic
A lark is a small brown bird which makes a pleasant sound
frolic, engage in carefree adventure
romp, frolic, some fun
small songbirds resembling larks
They mostly belong to Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa
{f} have fun; play pranks
play boisterously; "The children frolicked in the garden"; "the gamboling lambs in the meadows"; "The toddlers romped in the playroom"
any carefree episode
various resembling birds, usually groundliving, such as the meadowlark and titlark
prank
{i} any of a number of songbirds (mainly found in Europe, Asia and North Africa); fun adventure; mischievous act, prank
lark about
frolic: play boisterously; "The children frolicked in the garden"; "the gamboling lambs in the meadows"; "The toddlers romped in the playroom"
crested lark
A small, non-migratory lark found throughout most of temperate Eurasia (Galerida cristata)
happy as a lark
Very happy (sometimes with the extra connotations of being carefree or unaware of grimmer realities)

She's happy as a lark with her ten dollar pay raise, even though the long-term prospects for the business are not good.

larking
A spirited adventure or quest
larking
Present participle of lark. To go on such adventures

He loved larking.'.

up with the lark
Awake and out of bed early in the morning
for a lark
For a joke

For a lark, I wore a clown's wig to school.

on a lark
(deyim) As something done for fun

On a lark, I skipped school and drove to the beach.

A lark
leverock
The lark
laverock
for a lark
for fun, as a prank
larked
past of lark
larking
Present tense of to lark. To go on one such adventure
larks
third-person singular of lark
larks
Alaudidae
rise with the lark
wake up very early in the morning, wake up with the morning bird
sea lark
Any one of several small sandpipers and plovers, as the ringed plover, the turnstone, the dunlin, and the sanderling
sea lark
The rock pipit (Anthus obscurus)
shore lark
{i} type of lark of the passerine order that lives in open ground and mountains above the tree line
sing like a lark
sing nicely, sing with a pleasant voice
what a lark!
what fun!, what a great time!
lark

    Турецкое произношение

    lärk

    Синонимы

    early bird, early riser, whim, on a whim

    Произношение

    /ˈlärk/ /ˈlɑːrk/

    Этимология

    [ 'lärk ] (noun.) before 12th century. From late Old English lagerce, from earlier lawerce, from a Proto-Germanic *laiw(a)rikon (cognates include Dutch leeuwerik, German Lerche), of unknown origin. Some Old English and Old Norse (lævirik) forms suggest a compound meaning "treason-worker," but there is no preserved folk tale that ties into this theory.

    Времена

    larks, larking, larked

    Слово дня

    sword of Damocles
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