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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kısa kürek
{i} (masatenisi için) raket
{f} 1. kürekle
çarkla hareket et

Çarklı gemi şimdi limandan ayrılıyor. - The paddle steamer is just leaving port.

kano kullanmak
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yüzgeç
kısa kürek kullanmak
kısa kürekle yürütmek
(masa tenisi) raket
suda gezinmek
tokat atmak
çarkla hareket et(mek)
uzun saplı bel
{f} kıça şaplak atmak
{i} bel
kanat,v.çarkla hareket et: n.çark kanadı
{f} (çocuk/ihtiyar) sendeleyerek yürümek
yandan çarklı vapurda çark kanadı
{f} suda oynamak
ağır ağır kürek çekmek
{i} (çocukları dövmek için kullanılan ucu yassı ve yayvan) sopa
{f} badi badi yürümek
{f} sığ suda gezinmek
{i} (kanoya ait) kürek
{i} tokaç
imleç denetim kolu
çarkların hareket etmesiyle yürümek
kısa kürekle yürütmek veya yürümek
{f} ayaklarını suda oynatmak
kayığın kenarına dayamadan kullanılan kürek
{i} pala
{f} kürek çekmek
{f} kano kullanmak (kısa kürekle)
çırpıcı tokmağı
{i} kaplumbağa yüzgeci
{i} çark kanadı

Tom hangi ping-pong raketinin onunki olduğunu hatırlayamıyor. - Tom can't remember which ping-pong paddle is his.

paddle steamer
(Askeri) yandan çarklı
paddle steamer
yandan çarklı vapur
paddle steamer
kıçtan çarklı vapur
paddle boat
yandan çarklı gemi
paddle box
paddle one's own canoe
kendi işini kendi görmek
paddle steamer
yandan çarklı gemi
paddle steamer
çarklı vapur
paddle wheel
gemi çarkı
paddle wheel
vapur çarkı
paddle wheel
kanatlı çark
paddle wheeler
çarklı vapur
paddle-wheel fan
santrifüjlü vantilatör
paddle so.'s own canoe
raket böylece. 'kendi kano s
paddle washing machine
paletli yıkama makinesi
paddle, spatter, splash
kürek, sıçramak, serim
paddle agitator
(Gıda) kanatlı karıştırıcı
paddle agitator
kanatçıklı karıştırıcı
paddle agitator
paletli karıştırıcı
paddle dyeing machine
(Tekstil) paletli yıkama makinesi
paddle dyeing machine
(Tekstil) paletli çile boyama makinesi
paddle one's own canoe
(deyim) kendi yağıyla kavrulmak
paddle one's own canoe
başının çaresine bakmak
paddle shaft
çark mili
paddle switch
kanatlı kesici
paddle switch
paletli anahtar
paddle valve
kanatçıklı vana
paddle valve
çarklı vana
paddle wheel
yan çarkı
paddle wheel
vapur çarkı, çark
turn the paddle
küreği çevir
be up a creek without a paddle
(deyim) Çok zor durumda kalmak
be up the creek without a paddle
(deyim) Çok zor durumda kalmak
doggy paddle
doggy yandan çarklı
ping-pong paddle
ping-pong raketini
dog paddle
köpekleme yüzmek
ayaklarını suda oynatma
(isim) ayaklarını suda oynatma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A two-handed, single-bladed oar used to propel a canoe or a small boat
A group of inerts
To spank with a paddle
To toddle
In a sluice, a panel that controls the flow of water
To row a boat with less than one's full capacity
A paddlewheel
A slat of a paddleboat's wheel
A flat limb of an aquatic animal, adapted for swimming

A sea turtle's paddles make it swim almost as fast as land tortoises are slow.

To toy or caress using hands or fingers
A meandering walk or dabble through shallow water, especially at the seaside
A double-bladed oar used for kayaking
Time spent on paddling

We had a nice paddle this morning.

A kitchen utensil shaped like a paddle and used for mixing, beating etc
A blade of a waterwheel
A ping-pong bat
To walk or dabble playfully in shallow water, especially at the seaside
To propel something through water with a paddle, oar or hands

Daytimes we paddled all over the island in the canoe,.

A bat-shaped spanking implement

The paddle practically ousted the British cane as the spanker's attribute in the independent US.

{v} to play in water, row, beat, move
{n} an oar used by a single rower, a staff
{f} row, push a vessel through the water by paddling; splash and play in shallow water; spank (Slang); swat with a paddle (i.e. a ping-pong ball)
propel with a paddle; "paddle your own canoe"
To pad; to tread upon; to trample
play in or as if in water, as of small children
To propel with, or as with, a paddle or paddles
To row with minimal pressure
If you paddle, you walk or stand in shallow water, for example at the edge of the sea, for pleasure. Wear sandals when you paddle. a lovely little stream that you can paddle in. Paddle is also a noun. Ruth enjoyed her paddle
stir with a paddle
A paddle-shaped foot, as of the sea turtle
a two or single bladed stick wich are commonly used on dragon-boats
One of the broad boards, or floats, at the circumference of a water wheel, or paddle wheel
used to propel your kayak through the water Kayak paddles have two blades, canoe paddles have one Contrast with oar, used to propel Roman galleys See "Ben Hur"
{i} oar; ping-pong racquet; any elongated flat-ended implement used for various actions (i.e. stirring, swatting, spanking); act of rowing
A paddle is a short pole with a wide flat part at one end or at both ends. You hold it in your hands and use it as an oar to move a small boat through water. We might be able to push ourselves across with the paddle
a blade of a paddle wheel or water wheel
a meandering walk through shallow water, especially at the seaside
To pat or stroke amorously, or gently
A common tool, usually made of graphite, used for forming hot glass
An object that has limited movement capabilities, which a user can control, and has area which a ball can collide with
(1) A stick with a blade in the end of it used to propel a small boat through the water (2) The act of using a paddle to propel a boat
a short light oar used without an oarlock to propel a canoe or small boat
A paddle-shaped implement for stirring or mixing
The table tennis paddle must be made primarily of wood There are no restrictions as to size A legal rubber sheet must be applied to any side used for striking the ball One side must be black, the other cherry red If there is a non-hitting side with no rubber sheet attached, it must have a paint sheet of the appropriate color
Primary tool for propelling canoes/kayaks See Blade, Shaft, Throat
give a spanking to; subject to a spanking
walk unsteadily; "small children toddle"
The act of pushing the sled forward using spiked gloves on the ice surface
A slat of a paddleboats wheel
an instrument of punishment consisting of a flat board
small wooden bat with a flat surface; used for hitting balls in various games
A small gate in sluices or lock gates to admit or let off water; also called clough
A flat limb of turtle or other sea animal, adapted for swimming
The broad part of a paddle, with which the stroke is made; hence, any short, broad blade, resembling that of a paddle
See Paddle staff (b), below
To dabble in water with hands or feet; to use a paddle, or something which serves as a paddle, in swimming, in paddling a boat, etc
An implement with a broad blade, which is used without a fixed fulcrum in propelling and steering canoes and boats
An implement having a blade at one end or both ends, used without an oarlock to propel a canoe, kayak or other small boat Made of a wide variety of materials, including wood, aluminum, plastics, fiberglass, Kevlar and carbon fibers
n A canoe paddle has a single blade, with a T or similar grip at the top; a kayak paddle has two blades, usually set at or a little less than 90° There are specific designs of paddle for particular purposes v To propel a canoe or kayak with a paddle
> A numbered plastic card assigned to a particular bidder registered at an auction The paddle is raised to bid, and the auctioneer calls out the paddle number of the successful bidder as each lot is sold
swim like a dog in shallow water
see: Bidding Paddle
If you paddle a boat, you move it through water using a paddle. the skills you will use to paddle the canoe. paddling around the South Pacific in a kayak
a short light oar used without an oarlock to propel a canoe or small boat an instrument of punishment consisting of a flat board a blade of a paddle wheel or water wheel small wooden bat with a flat surface; used for hitting balls in various games stir with a paddle propel with a paddle; "paddle your own canoe"
To spank
Small amount of pressure applied by oarsmen necessary to keep the shell moving slowly with almost no effort
To row a boat with less than ones full capacity
To use the hands or fingers in toying; to make caressing strokes
paddle board
Large fat board used for surf life saving. Propelled by the rider using their arms, either lying face down or sitting up on their knees. The board usually has straps positioned along the sides to hold onto

1997: you'd probably grab a paddle board and paddle out and grab them, instead of swimming out — Simone Cotter on ABC Radio National, Surf Lifesaving, 17 October 1997.

paddle shifter
Either of a pair of paddles, fitted to the steering wheel of a high-performance motor car, allowing the gears to be changed up or down in a single movement, and without using the clutch. It is a form of sequential shifter
paddle shifters
plural form of paddle shifter
paddle steamer
A steam-powered vessel propelled by one or two paddle wheels
paddle wheel
A large wheel, fitted with paddles, used to propel a vessel (especially a paddle steamer)
paddle boat
A paddle boat or a paddle steamer is a large boat that is pushed through the water by the movement of large wheels that are attached to its sides
paddle box
{i} covering made from wood used for the upper section of a paddle wheel
paddle box
a wooden covering for the upper part of a paddlewheel
paddle steamer
a steam vessel propelled by paddle wheels
paddle steamer
a large old-fashioned boat that moves by using steam to drive a large wheel attached to the side
paddle tennis
Game like tennis that is played with a rectangular paddle and a slow-bouncing rubber ball on a small court. Frank P. Beal introduced it on New York playgrounds in the early 1920s. National championship tournaments are still held in the U.S. See also platform tennis
paddle wheel
{i} large wheel equipped with paddles which is attached to the side or stern of a ship and driven by an engine to propel the ship
paddle your own canoe
be independent and rely on yourself, act without dependence on another person or thing and decide your own destiny
dog paddle
A swimming stroke in the style of a dog swimming
a swimming stroke wherein the hands move in small vertical circles just below the surface of the water at about the level of the swimmer's sternum. It is an instinctive stroke used by beginning swimmers in an attempt to 'climb' out of the water. There is not usually any coördinated foot motion, but some swimmers may make walking movements sporadically
to swim using the dog paddle stroke
doggy paddle
A swimming stroke in the style of a dog swimming
Alternative form of doggy paddle
One who paddles; especially, a person who propels a canoe or kayak by the action of paddling
Present participle of paddle. (all senses)
traffic paddle
Paddle-shaped hand-held signal used by police, airport ground staff etc for directing traffic
up a creek without a paddle
Alternative form of up the creek
up shit creek without a paddle
Alternative form of up shit creek
up shit's creek without a paddle
Alternative form of up shit creek
up the creek without a paddle
Alternative form of up the creek
{n} one who paddles, one who moves
be up a creek without a paddle
(deyim) Be in a difficult situation with no simple solution
be up the creek without a paddle
(deyim) Be in a difficult situation with no simple solution
dog paddle
doggy paddle a simple way of swimming by moving your legs and arms up and down
dog paddle
an elementary swimming stroke imitating a swimming dog
doggy paddle
dog paddle
past of paddle
One who, or that which, paddles
{i} one who paddles
someone paddling a canoe
plural of paddle
Chassis : Rear tires for sand or the scoops on those tires
Plastic devices sometimes worn on the swimmers' hands during a practice
third-person singular of paddle
Levers on either side of the back of a steering wheel with which a driver changes up and down the gearbox
These are the shorter stubby blades on the end of the two rods opposite the rotor blades These aid in pitching the main rotor blades for quicker responses and less servo stress
present participle of paddle, all senses
{i} act of moving a boat using a paddle; spanking or striking with a paddle; act of trampling the surface of soft ground
A collective noun for ducks when they are on water
ping-pong paddle
small wooden racket used in the game of ping-pong