maggot

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kurt, kurtçuk, larva
sevda
kurt

Onun yaraları et yiyen kurtçuklarla istila edildi. - His wounds were infested with flesh-eating maggots.

Ben felçli bir adamın kurtçuklar tarafından canlı canlı yenildiğini duydum. - I heard that a paralyzed man was eaten alive by maggots.

kurtçuk

Onun yaraları et yiyen kurtçuklarla istila edildi. - His wounds were infested with flesh-eating maggots.

Ben felçli bir adamın kurtçuklar tarafından canlı canlı yenildiğini duydum. - I heard that a paralyzed man was eaten alive by maggots.

(Argo) Rezil, aşağılık kişi
(Tıp) Sürfe, kurt, sinek kurdu, larva
merak
maggotykurtlu
{i} heves
eski delice arzu
woodboring maggot ağaç kurdu
peynir kurdu
sinek kurdu
{i} arzu
sürfe
apple maggot
elma kurdu
maggoty
kurtlu
maggoty
kurtlarla dolu
maggoty
(sıfat) kurtlu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A term of insult for a 'worthless' person, as if a bug

Drop and give me fifty, maggot.

A whimsy or fancy

Are you not mad, my friend? What time o' th' moon is't? / Have not you maggots in your brain?.

A soft, legless larva of a fly or other dipterous insect, that often eats decomposing organic matter
{n} a small worm, grub, whim, odd fancy
A whim; an odd fancy
A term of insult
Sleeping Bag
A fly larva that eats decomposing flesh
the larva of the housefly and blowfly commonly found in decaying organic matter
– A wormlike insect larva; some maggots are found in decaying matter
Maggots are creatures that look like very small worms and turn into flies. a small creature like a worm that is the young form of a fly and lives in decaying food, flesh etc (From a language)
– the larval stage of flies and midges (Order Diptera) Maggots are legless
{i} larva of certain flies; whimsical fancy; contemptible person
Early 90's Ruston, Louisiana high school band that included W Cullen Hart (Olivia Tremor Control, Circulatory System) and Jeff Mangum (Neutral Milk Hotel) Described by Jeff as a "white noise band with no socially redeeming value" See also: W Cullen Hart, The Olivia Tremor Control, Jeff Mangum, Neutral Milk Hotel, Circulatory System, Ruston
The footless larva of any fly
Medically Able, Go get Other Transportation
maggot cheese
casu marzu
maggoty
Infested with and/or partially eaten by maggots; flyblown
maggoty
Full of whims; capricious
white maggot
A field umpire

2004: Come on you white maggot, that was a throw. — Brooke Neindorf, Country footy.

maggoty
{a} full of magots, whimsical, strange
gag a maggot
(deyim) Expression used to describe something extremely revolting or disgusting

1. Carrie had a face that could gag a maggot. 2. When Bruce farted it was enough to gag a maggot.

A maggot
mawk
Maggoty
mawky
act the maggot
(Irish Slang) behave foolishly; act in a humorously illogical, behave amusingly in an annoying manner
apple maggot
larvae bore into and feed on apples
maggots
plural of maggot
maggoty
{s} full of maggots, infested with the larvae of certain flies; fanciful, capricious
maggoty
Infested with maggots
maggoty
spoiled and covered with eggs and larvae of flies; "flyblown meat"; "a sack of maggoty apricots"
maggot

    Расстановка переносов

    mag·got

    Турецкое произношение

    mägıt

    Синонимы

    grub

    Произношение

    /ˈmagət/ /ˈmæɡət/

    Этимология

    [ ma-g&t ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English magot, magotte, probably Anglo-Norman alteration of maddock (“worm", "maggot”), originally a diminutive form of a base represented by Old English maþa (Scots mathe), from common Germanic root *mathon-, from the Proto-Indo-European root *math-, which was used in insect names. Near-cognates include Dutch made, German Made and Swedish mask. The use of maggot to mean a fanciful or whimsical thing derives from the folk belief that a whimsical or crotchety person had maggots in his or her brain.

    Слово дня

    oleaginous
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