mule

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} katır

Katırın beni tekmelediği yerde hâlâ çürüklerim var. - I still have bruises where the mule kicked me.

Yulaf uzun zaman atlara ve katırlara yiyecek olmuştur. - Oats have long been food for horses and mules.

{i} terlik
(Askeri) modüler evrensel lazer teçhizatı (modular universal laser equipment)
{i} k.dili. çok inatçı kimse
(Tekstil) selfaktör
{i} traktör

Traktörler atların ve katırların yerini aldı. - Tractors replaced horses and mules.

Daha fazla traktörler daha az at ve katır anlamına geliyordu. - More tractors meant fewer horses and mules.

şıpıdık/çıkrık/katır
{i} inatçı

O bir katır kadar inatçı. - He's as stubborn as a mule.

Tom bir katır kadar inatçı. - Tom is as stubborn as a mule.

şıpıdık
{i} ip eğirme makinesi
mule deer
katır geyiği
mule jenny
ip eğirme makinesi
mule jenny
çıkrık makinesi
mule pack
(Askeri) tevhit semeri
mule pack
(Askeri) TEVHİT SEMERİ: Katır sırtında silah ve cephane taşımak için kullanılan adaptörlü askılı yük semeri
mule skinner
katırcı
mule train
katır katarı
stubborn as a mule
(deyim) katır gibi inatçı
stubborn as a mule
(deyim) keçi gibi inatçı
as obstinate as a mule
katır gibi inatçı
drug mule
Bir yerden bir yere üzerinde uyuşturucu kaçakçılığı yapan kişi
obstinate as a mule
gibi inatçı bir katır
spinning mule
eğirme katır
artillery mule
(Askeri) top çeken katır
artillery mule
(Askeri) TOP ÇEKEN KATIR; TOP ÇEKEN: Top çekmek için kullanılan katır
artillery mule
(Askeri) top çeken
mulish
katır gibi
mulish
{s} inatçı
mulishly
z. inatla
mulishly
inatla
mulishly
inatçı bir şekilde
mulishly
(zarf) inatla
mulishness
inatçılık
mulishness
katır inadı
mulishness
(isim) inatçılık
selfactor mule
(Tekstil) selfaktör
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A coin or medal minted with obverse and reverse designs not normally seen on the same piece, either intentionally or in error
A woman's shoe that has no fitting or strap around the heel
A generally sterile hybrid offspring of a male donkey and a female horse
A generally sterile hybrid offspring of any two species of animals
A stubborn person
A person paid to smuggle drugs
{i} animal which is a hybrid of a horse and a donkey; stubborn person; weaving device; type of slipper that leaves the heel exposed
{n} an animal between an ass and a mare
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing multilingual non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) See section Q International Character Set Support
A coin or token struck from mismatched dies A coin struck with the obverse of a New Zealand coin and the reverse of a Canadian coin is a mule
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) @xref{International}
It is the term for an offspring of a male donkey and a female horse
Modular Universal Laser Equipment
Small U S military 4-wheeled cargo vehicle
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) See section International Character Set Support
A coin struck from dies not originally intended to be used together   Several of the 1813 tokens are mules
sterile offspring of a male donkey and a female horse
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) See section 16 International Character Set Support
sterile offspring of a male donkey and a female horse a slipper that has no fitting around the heel
A womans shoe that has no fitting or strap around the heel
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) See section 19 International Character Set Support
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing multilingual non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) See section International Character Set Support
A coin with the current type on one side and the previous (and usually obsolete) type on the other side, or a piece struck from two dies that are not usually used together
A coin struck from two dies not intended to be used together
A mule is a shoe or slipper which is open around the heel. Offspring of a male ass and a female horse. The less common cross of a female ass and a male horse is called a hinny. Most mules are sterile. The mule resembles the horse in height and in shape of neck and croup (rump); it resembles the ass in its long ears, small hooves, and short mane. The coat is usually brown or bay. Mules are 12-17.5 hands (50-70 in., 120-180 cm) high and weigh 600-1,500 lbs (275-700 kg). They have been used as pack animals for at least 3,000 years because of their ability to withstand hardships
into yarn or thread and winding it into cops; called also jenny and mule-jenny
half slipper
Multilingual Emacs
A mule is an animal whose parents are a horse and a donkey
A plant or vegetable produced by impregnating the pistil of one species with the pollen or fecundating dust of another; called also hybrid
A coin, token or medal with obverse and reverse sides which are not normally matched by the issuing authority Mules are normally the result of a mistake in the coining process when one half of a die pair is accidentally used with another half of a different die pair
MULE refers to the Emacs features for editing non-ASCII text using multibyte characters (q v ) Chapitre 20
Using a specialized character within a certain area to help out one of your other characters One example is to use IP-points on specialising in making implants, and giving this to another character that is specialised in fighting
Offspring or progeny of a jack and a mare
A machine, used in factories, for spinning cotton, wool, etc
Offspring of male donkey and female horse
A hybrid animal; specifically, one generated between an ass and a mare, sometimes a horse and a she-ass
Once upon a time, someone decided the check numbers on small size currency were too small to read (my aging eyes would tend to agree) Back in those bad old days, the check numbers were printed in a font 0 6mm tall A decision was made in 1938 to change the digits to something a little larger (1mm) This was actually cause for a change in the series designation, as it constituted a change in the face design of the note Of course, the face and reverse aren't printed on the same day (or week, or possibly month or year), so it was inevitable that some notes would be printed with one size check number on one side, and the other size on the other These notes are called "mules" by collectors
A very stubborn person
a slipper that has no fitting around the heel
A secondary character created for the purpose of storing and identifying items Some mules also were made to help with fletching, alchemy, and/or cooking
A note printed from two plates which were not intended to be used together Ergo, an error produced in the printing process Also, a coin produced with two dies not intended for each other
astar
mule deer
A deer, found in western North America
mule skinner
muleteer, a driver of one or more mules
mule deer
A brownish-gray deer (Odocoileus hemionus) of western North America, having long mulelike ears, large branching antlers in the male, and a black-tipped tail. Also called black-tailed deer. Large-eared deer (Odocoileus hemionus) of western North America that lives alone or in small groups at high altitudes in summer and lower altitudes in winter. Mule deer stand 3-3.5 ft (90-105 cm) and are yellowish brown in summer, grayish brown in winter. The tail is white with a black tip, except on the black-tailed deer (O. h. columbianus), a Pacific Northwest subspecies. The male's antlers fork twice above a short tine near the base; a mature male normally has five tines on each antler. It is related to the white-tailed deer
mule deer
long-eared deer of western North America with two-pronged antlers
mule driver
one who herds mules
mule fat
California shrub with slender leafy shoots that are important browse for mule deer
mule killer
A walking- stick insect
mule killer
Any of several arthropods erroneously supposed to kill live stock, in the southern United States, by stinging or by being swallowed; A whip scorpion
mule killer
A mantis
mule killer
A wheel bug
mule's ears
balsamic-resinous herb with clumps of lanceolate leaves and stout leafy stems ending in large deep yellow flowers on long stalks; northwestern United States
kick like a mule
To have a very strong physical effect

This Russian drink tastes foul, but it kicks like a mule.

mulish
Characteristic of a mule; stubborn, obstinate, or intractable
spinning mule
A machine that spins thread from fibres
stubborn as a mule
Extremely stubborn
mulish
{a} like a mule, sullen, stubborn
drug mule
Someone who transports drugs illegally
as obstinate as a mule
very stubborn
mules
plural of mule
mules
a slipper that has no fitting around the heel
mulish
Like a mule; sullen; stubborn
mulish
refusing to do something or agree to something, in an unreasonable way = stubborn
mulish
{s} stubborn as a mule, obstinate, unwilling to yield or comply
mulish
unreasonably rigid in the face of argument or entreaty or attack
mulishly
In a mulish manner
mulishly
like a mule, stubbornly, in an unyielding manner
mulishly
in a stubborn unregenerate manner; "she remained stubbornly in the same position"
mulishness
The characteristic of being mulish
mulishness
{i} stubbornness, unwillingness to yield or comply
spinning mule
Multiple-spindle spinning machine invented by Samuel Crompton (1779), which permitted large-scale manufacture of high-quality thread for the textile industry. Crompton's machine made it possible for a single operator to work more than 1,000 spindles simultaneously, and was capable of spinning fine as well as coarse yarn
stubborn as a mule
hard headed, stubborn
white-rayed mule's ears
herb with basal leaves and leafy hairy stems bearing solitary flower heads with white or pale cream rays; northwestern United States
mule

    Турецкое произношение

    myul

    Произношение

    /ˈmyo͞ol/ /ˈmjuːl/

    Этимология

    [ 'myü(&)l ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English (reinforced by Anglo-Norman mul (masculine), mule (feminine)), from Old English mūl, all from Latin mūlus, from Proto-Indo-European *mukslós (cf. Late Latin muscellus 'young he-mule', Old Russian mŭškŭ 'mule', Ancient Greek (Phocian) mychlós 'he-ass').

    Времена

    muling, muled

    Общие Словосочетания

    mule deer

    Слово дня

    gowpen
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