limply

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
gevşekçe
zayıf bir şekilde
(zarf) gevşekçe
limp
topallamak
limp
{f} aksamak
limp
{i} topallama

Tom hafif bir topallama ile yürür. - Tom walks with a slight limp.

Hâlâ hafif bir topallamam var. - I still have a slight limp.

limp
aksatmak
limp
bükülgen
limp
zayıf
limp
{f} topalla

Tom'un hâlâ hafif bir topallaması var. - Tom still has a slight limp.

Sen artık topallamıyorsun. - You're not limping anymore.

limp
güçsüz
limp
{s} gevşek
limp
i topallamak
limp
yumuşak
limp
hamur gibi
limp
esnek
limp
i topal lama
limp
topallayarak yürume Iimping s topal layan
limp
aksa

Alman çoban caddeden aşağıya doğru aksayarak yürüyordu. - The German Shepherd was limping down the street.

Tom'un son zamanlarda aksadığını görmedim. - I haven't seen Tom limp recently.

limp
(Tıp) Topallam

Tom hafif bir topallama ile yürür. - Tom walks with a slight limp.

Tom'un topallaması psikosomatik. - Tom's limp is psychosomatic.

limp
eğilip bükülen
limp
limpnessgevşeklik
limp
(isim) topallama
limp
zayıf limplyyumuşak olarak
limp
aksama

Tom Mary'nin aksamasıyla alay etmemeli. - Tom shouldn't make fun of Mary's limp.

limp
gevşek olarak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In a limp manner, without support or resistance

The flag hung limply in the still air.

droopingly; weakly
without rigidity; "the body was hanging limply from the tree
without rigidity; "the body was hanging limply from the tree"
limp
flaccid; flabby, as flesh
limp
lacking stiffness; flimsy; as, a limp cravat
limp
To walk lamely, as if favouring one leg
limp
To travel with a malfunctioning system of propulsion

The bomber limped home on one engine.

limp
{a} pliant, weak
limp
{v} to walk lamely, to halt
limp
not firm; "wilted lettuce"
limp
proceed slowly or with difficulty; "the boat limped into the harbor"
limp
To halt; to walk lamely
limp
To call
limp
If someone is limp, their body has no strength and is not moving, for example because they are asleep or unconscious. He carried her limp body into the room and laid her on the bed. not firm or strong
limp
the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
limp
To walk lamely, as if favouring one leg. Also used figuratively
limp
A halt; the act of limping
limp
If a person or animal limps, they walk with difficulty or in an uneven way because one of their legs or feet is hurt. I wasn't badly hurt, but I injured my thigh and had to limp He had to limp off with a leg injury. Limp is also a noun. A stiff knee following surgery forced her to walk with a limp
limp
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury; "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"
limp
If you say that something such as an organization, process, or vehicle limps along, you mean that it continues slowly or with difficulty, for example because it has been weakened or damaged. In recent years the newspaper had been limping along on limited resources A British battleship, which had been damaged severely in the battle of Crete, came limping into Pearl Harbor
limp
{f} walk with a limp; move or progress in an awkward manner; move forward slowly and with difficulty
limp
{i} lameness, irregular awkward walk
limp
If you describe something as limp, you mean that it is soft or weak when it should be firm or strong. A residue can build up on the hair shaft, leaving the hair limp and dull looking. + limply limp·ly Flags and bunting hung limply in the still, warm air
limp
{s} lacking stiffness, wilted, droopy; lifeless, lacking energy; weak; flexible
limp
lacking in strength or firmness or resilience; "flaccid muscles"; "took his lax hand in hers"; "gave a limp handshake"; "a limp gesture as if waving away all desire to know" G K Chesterton; "a slack grip"
limp
An irregular, jerky or awkward gait
limp
A scraper for removing poor ore or refuse from the sieve
limp
Also used figuratively
limp
not firm; "wilted lettuce
limp
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury; "The old woman hobbles down to the store every day" proceed slowly or with difficulty; "the boat limped into the harbor" not firm; "wilted lettuce
limply

    Расстановка переносов

    limp·ly

    Произношение

    Этимология

    (adjective.) circa 1706. akin to 1limp.

    Слово дня

    conundrum
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