louse

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} bit
işe yaramaz adam
louse karıştır
Phthirus pubis
{i} aşağılık kimse
kıl biti
{ç} lice (lays)
crab louse kasık biti
(Tıp) (lice). Bit
eşekoğlueşek
pire
böcek
kehle
louse up
içine etmek
louse up
acemice davran
louse up
yüzüne gözüne bulaştırmak
young louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yavşak
crab louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kasıkbiti
lice
bitler

Neden bu kadar çok kaşınıyorsun? Bitlerin mi var? - Why do you itch so much? Could you have lice?

Yaşam, bitlerle dolu harika bir elbisedir. - Life is a magnificent gown full of lice.

crab louse
ambiti
grape louse
üzüm fidanı
lice
kehle
lice
bit

Neden bu kadar çok kaşınıyorsun? Bitlerin mi var? - Why do you itch so much? Could you have lice?

Yaşam, bitlerle dolu harika bir elbisedir. - Life is a magnificent gown full of lice.

plant louse
bitki biti
plant louse
yaprak biti
Lice
bitlenme
bee louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Arı biti
bee louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Bal arılarına ve onların balmumu ve polenlerine dadanan çok minik bir sinek türü
book louse
kitap biti
carp louse
sazan biti
chicken louse
tavuk biti
clothes louse
elbise biti
fish louse
balık biti
head louse
Saç biti
head louse
(Çoğul hali: head lice) Saçların arasında yuvalanan bit, saç biti
head louse
nh
lice
Louse kelimesinin çoğul hali. Bitler
of louse
bitinin
pubic louse
kaşık biti
bird louse
kuş biti
crab louse
kasık biti
crab louse
kasıkbiti, kılbiti
lice
i., çoğ., bak. louse
plant louse
ağaç biti
plant louse
kırmız böceği
plant louse
fidanbiti
poultry louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tavukbiti
rabbit louse
tavşan biti
shaft louse
tavuk vücut biti
turnip louse
şalgam yaprakbiti
vine louse
asma biti
wood louse
{i} tesbih böceği
wood louse
(isim) tesbih böceği
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A small parasitic wingless insect of the order Phthiraptera
To remove lice from the body of a person or animal; to delouse
A contemptible person; one who has recently taken an action considered deceitful or indirectly harmful
a small insect parasitic on and sucking the blood of mammals
{i} small flightless parasitic insect which lives on the bodies of humans and other mammals
{n} a small body animal
{v} to clear from
a person who has a nasty or unethical character undeserving of respect
under Crab, Dog, etc
Any one of numerous small mandibulate insects, mostly parasitic on birds, and feeding on the feathers
They are known as Mallophaga, or bird lice, though some occur on the hair of mammals
See Crab louse, Dog louse, Cattle louse, etc
To clean from lice
wingless usually flattened blood-sucking insect parasitic on warm-blooded animals
Any small crustacean parasitic on fishes
They are usually regarded as degraded Pseudoneuroptera
Lice are small insects that live on the bodies of people or animals and bite them in order to feed off their blood. louse up to make something worse rather than better, or to spoil something = mess up. Any of some 3,300 species of small, wingless, parasitic insects of the order Phthiraptera. The order consists mainly of biting, or chewing, lice (parasites of birds and mammals) and sucking lice (see sucking louse). The louse's body is flattened. The eggs, or nits, are cemented to the hair or plumage of the host, and most species spend their entire lives on the bodies of host animals. Heavy infestations cause much irritation and may lead to secondary infections. In moving from host to host, lice may spread many diseases, including tapeworm infestation in dogs and murine typhus in rats. louse human wood louse sucking louse
{i} person who is worthy of contempt (Slang)
To this group belong of the lice of man and other mammals; as, the head louse of man (Pediculus capitis), the body louse (P
A worthless or contemptible person
See Branchiura, and Ichthvophthira
Any one of numerous species of small, wingless, suctorial, parasitic insects belonging to a tribe (Pediculina), now usually regarded as degraded Hemiptera
Any one of the numerous species of aphids, or plant lice
{f} mess up, spoil (Slang); complicate, confuse (Slang); remove lice from
vestimenti), and the crab louse (Phthirius pubis), and many others
any of several small insects especially aphids that feed by sucking the juices from plants
wingless insect with mouth parts adapted for biting; mostly parasitic on birds
louse around
To slack off; be lazy; be a "parasite" to someone/something
louse up
To mess up; to confuse; to put into a state of disorder
louse fly
blood-sucking dipterous fly parasitic on birds and mammals
louse up
{f} make a mess of something; ruin; spoil (Slang)
louse up a test
{f} fail a test, receive a low grade on an exam
body louse
A parasitic insect, Pediculus humanus corporis, that infests the body and clothes of humans and feeds on blood
crab louse
A parasitic insect, Phthirus pubis, that lives amongst the pubic hairs of humans and feeds on blood
head louse
A parasitic insect, Pediculus humanus capitis, which lives among the hairs on the head of a human and feeds on blood
pubic louse
crab louse
sheep louse
Parasitic insect on sheep
three skips of a louse
said about some trifling or insignificant matter

’Tis not that I value the money three skips of a louse: But the thing I stand upon is the credit of the house.

wall-louse
{n} the name of an insect of many feet
bee louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A minute fly which is a parasite of honeybees, the larvae feeding on wax and stored pollen
carp louse
Balık biti
carp louse
Branchiura, commonly called carp lice or fish lice are a group of parasitic crustaceans of uncertain position within the Maxillopoda. Although they are thought to be primitive forms, they have no fossil record. Almost all are ectoparasites on fish, with a few exceptions living on amphibians
fish louse
Branchiura, commonly called carp lice or fish lice are a group of parasitic crustaceans of uncertain position within the Maxillopoda. Although they are thought to be primitive forms, they have no fossil record. Almost all are ectoparasites on fish, with a few exceptions living on amphibians
fish louse
Balık biti
head louse
A louse which infests the hair of the human head. [Pediculus humanus capitis.]
A louse
cootie
A louse
morpion
bark louse
An insect of the family Coccidæ, which infests the bark of trees and vines
bark louse
any of several insects living on the bark of plants
bark-louse
any of several insects living on the bark of plants
bird louse
wingless insect with mouth parts adapted for biting; mostly parasitic on birds
biting louse
Any of several small, wingless, biting insects of the order Mallophaga that are external parasites on birds. Also called bird louse
body louse
a parasitic louse that infests the body of human beings
body louse
A parasitic louse (Pediculus humanus subsp. corporis) that infests the body and clothes of humans
book louse
small insect which damages books by eating away the glue of their binding
chicken louse
parasitic on poultry
common louse
head or body louse
crab louse
lice that infest the pubic region of the human body
crab louse
A sucking louse (Phthirus pubis) that generally infests the pubic region and causes severe itching
crab louse
infests the pubic region of the human body
fish louse
a kind of copepod
grape louse
destructive to various grape plants
grape louse
{i} louse that is destructive to different grape plants
head louse
infests the head and body of humans
human louse
Any of three types of sucking louse that infest humans. The body louse (mainly Pediculus humanus humanus, also called human louse or cootie) and head louse (P. h. capitis) are spread by person-to-person contact and through shared clothing, bedding, combs, and other personal items. Body lice carry the organisms that cause relapsing fever, trench fever, and typhus. Head lice may cause impetigo. Both are readily spread under conditions of overcrowding, especially among children. The crab louse, or pubic louse (Phthirus pubis) infests primarily the pubic region and occasionally other hairy regions. Its first pair of legs is smaller than the other two pairs, making it look like a crab. Crab lice are transmitted primarily through sexual intercourse. Lice infestations can be quickly cured with shampoos, soaps, and lotions containing benzene hexachloride, along with the thorough washing of bedding and clothing
jumping plant louse
small active cicada-like insect with hind legs adapted for leaping; feeds on plant juices
lice
tiny parasites that can infest the skin; characterized by intense itching
lice
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lice
Lice is the plural of louse. Plural of louse. the plural of louse
lice
irregular plural of louse
lice
pl
loused
past of louse
louses
third-person singular of louse
louses
plural of louse
plant louse
any of several small insects especially aphids that feed by sucking the juices from plants
sea louse
Any one of numerous species of isopod crustaceans of Cymothoa, Livoneca, and allied genera, mostly parasites on fishes
sea louse
marine isopod crustacean
sea wood louse
A sea slater
sucking louse
Any of various small wingless insects of the order Anoplura that have mouthparts adapted for piercing and sucking. Any of more than 400 species (suborder Anoplura, order Phthiraptera) of small, wingless, flat ectoparasitic insects found worldwide. They have piercing and sucking mouthparts for extracting their food of mammals' blood and tissue fluids. The nymphs mature after several molts. Species are host-specific: Pediculus infests humans (see human louse), whereas other sucking lice (genera Haematopinus and Linognathus) attack domestic animals, such as hogs, cattle, horses, and dogs
whale louse
amphipod crustacean parasitic on cetaceans
wood louse
{i} (British) potato bug
louse

    Турецкое произношение

    laus

    Синонимы

    north america, cootie, maggot, worm

    Произношение

    /ˈlous/ /ˈlaʊs/

    Этимология

    [ laus ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English lows(e), from Old English lūs, from Proto-Germanic *lūsz (cf. West Frisian lûs, Dutch luis, German Laus), from Proto-Indo-European *lus (cf. Welsh llau ‘lice’, Tocharian luwa, Russian vošĭ, Persian rišk, Sanskrit yūkā).

    Времена

    lousing, loused

    Слово дня

    amative
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