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Uzun boylu adam, yakasına pembe bir karanfil takmıştı. - The tall man wore a pink carnation in his lapel.

Hepimiz onun pembe smokinine güldük. - We all laughed at his pink tuxedo.

vuruntulu çalışmak
bir çeşit ufak karanfil
(motor) teklemek
süngü ile delmek
(araba) teklemek
sosyalist eğilimli
{i} uzun ve dar latin yelkenli tekne
{s} solcu (ılımlı)
en üst derece
{i} (bir çeşit ufak) karanfil
{i} pembe renk

Pembe renkli bir arabam var. - I have a pink-coloured car.

Kız kardeşimin arabası pembe renklidir. - My sister's car is pink.

{f} kliketli çalışmak (araba)
{f} saplamak
{i} karanfil

Uzun boylu adam, yakasına pembe bir karanfil takmıştı. - The tall man wore a pink carnation in his lapel.

pembe in the pink of condition sıhhatça en iyi durumda
{f} kenarını zikzaklı kesmek
{i} ılımlı komünist
{f} kenarını oyalamak
{i} en güzel dönem
{f} delmek (süngü ile)
tilki avcısı
tilki avcılarının giydikleri kırmızı ceket
dili kabul günü
pink dentex
(Denizbilim) sinagrit
pink dentex
(Denizbilim) antenli mercan
pink dentex
(Denizbilim) trança
pink eye
epidemik konjunktivit
pink slip
Pink eye
pink copy
Pembe kopya, bir belgenin müşteride kalacak kopyası
pink gin
pembe cin
pink h
pembe h
pink lady
pembe bayan
pink noise
pembe gürültü
pink puffer
Amfizem hastaları için kullanılan deyim. Yüzleri pembeleştiği için 'pembe üfleyenler' yakıştırması yapılır
pink slip
İşten çıkarılana bunu bildirmek üzere verilen belge
az ücret ödeyen ve genellikle kadınlar tarafından yapılan işler
pink disease
(Tıp) Acrodynia, çocuklarda görülen ve civa zehirlenmesine bağlı olduğu sanılan bir hastalık
pink disease
(Tıp) pink hastalığı
pink elephant
pink elephant
pink eye
göz yangısı [tıp.]
pink fairy armadillo
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) pembe armadillo
pink floyd
(Muzik) efsane ingiliz rock grubu
pink out
kenarını zikzaklı kesmek
pink out
kenarını oyalamak
pink salt
(Tekstil) amonyaklı kalay klorürü
pink slip
dirty pink
Gül kurusu rengi
tickled pink
zevkten dört köşe

O seni gördüğünde zevkten dört köşe olacak. - Tom will be tickled pink when he sees you.

Burada olduğum için zevkten dört köşe oldum. - I'm tickled pink to be here.

pink eye
(Tıp) pink eye
(Otomotiv,Teknik) vuruntu
(Otomotiv) motor vuruntusu
clove pink
karanfil çiçeği
grass pink
çayır karanfili
in the pink of condition
çok iyi
in the pink of condition
in the pink of condition
tam formunda
purplish pink
eflatuni pembe
salmon pink
somon pembesi
see pink elephants
sarhoş olmak
see pink elephants
kafayı bulmak
dutch pink
Hollanda pembesi, pembenin bir tonu
dutch pink
Köyü kırmızı ve abanoz rengi arası bir kimyasal boya
excellence, perfection
mükemmellik, kusursuzluk
grass pink
cayır karanfili
in the pink
(deyim) Sağlıklı
sea pink
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Deniz lavantası
shocking pink
Fosforlu pembe
be in the pink
sapasağlam olmak, turp gibi olmak
be in the pink
en güzel halinde olmak
bengal pink
(Tekstil) bengal gülü
clove pink
bir tür karanfil
hot pink
canlı pembe
i'm looking for something in pink
pembe bir şey arıyorum
in the pink of health
light pink
light pink
(Tekstil) açık pembe
look in the pink
yanaklarından kan damlamak
look in the pink
yanakları al al olmak
mallow pink
(Tekstil) açık pembe
pale pink
uçuk pembe
pink eye
göz yangısı
(isim) oya
{s} solcu
rose pink
pembe boya
rose pink
gül pembesi
rose pink
salmon pink
somon rengi
shocking pink
çingene pembesi
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pink point
pembe noktalar anlamına gelen pink point aynı zamanda yurtdışından sonra Türkiye'de de hayata geçen kolaylık servisleri sağlayıcısının adı ve simgesidir
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Having conjunctivitis
A narrow boat
Of a fox-hunter's jacket: scarlet
hunting pink; scarlet

it is interesting to note the curious legend that the pink of the hunting field is not due to any optical advantage but to an entirely different reason. Formerly no man might hunt even on his own estate until he had a licence of free warren from the Crown. Consequently he merely hunted by the pleasure of the crown, taking part in what was an exclusively Royal sport by Royal permission. And for this Royal sport, he wore the Kings livery of scarlet.

To emit a high "pinking" noise, usually as a result of ill-set ignition timing for the fuel used (in a spark ignition engine)
excellence, perfection

Your hat, madam, is the very pink of fashion.

One of the colour balls used in snooker, with a value of 6 points

Oh dear, he's left himself snookered behind the pink.

Any of various flowers in the genus Dianthus, sometimes called carnations

This garden in particular has a beautiful bed of pinks.

A young salmon
A colour between red and white; pale red

My new dress is a wonderful shade of pink.

To decorate a piece of clothing or fabric by adding holes or by scalloping the fringe
A unlettered and uncultured, but relatively prosperous, member of the middle classes; compare babbitt, bourgeoisie
By comparison to red (communist), describing someone who sympathizes with the ideals of communism without actually being a Russian-style communist: a pinko

The word socialist has so many connotations that it can cover almost anything from pink liberalism to red-red communism.

To prick with a sword

Pugh!’ says she, ‘you have pinked a man in a duel, that's all.’.

The European minnow
Having a colour between red and white; pale red
of a light shade of red
{v} to stamp with small holes, to wink
{n} a flower, color, a vessel with a narrow sterm
The species are mostly perennial herbs, with opposite linear leaves, and handsome five-petaled flowers with a tubular calyx
to emit a high "pinking" noise, usually as a result of ill-set spark plugs"
Apple Computer's Object-Oriented Operating System (Merged with IBM to form "Taligent" )
a light shade of red
Anything supremely excellent; the embodiment or perfection of something
A name given to several plants of the caryophyllaceous genus Dianthus, and to their flowers, which are sometimes very fragrant and often double in cultivated varieties
Vulva, in human females
To pierce with small holes; to cut the edge of, as cloth or paper, in small scallops or angles
any of various flowers of plants of the genus Dianthus cultivated for their fragrant flowers
Pink is the colour between red and white. pink lipstick. white flowers edged in pink. sweaters in a variety of pinks and blues. + pinkish pink·ish Her nostrils were pinkish, as though she had a cold. + pinkness pink·ness Meat which has been cooked thoroughly shows no traces of pinkness
sound like a car engine that is firing too early; "the car pinged when I put in low-octane gasoline"; "The car pinked when the ignition was too far retarded"
To wink; to blink
{s} having a pink coloring; liberal, having progressive political views
Pink is used to refer to things relating to or connected with homosexuals. Businesses are now more aware of the importance of the `pink pound'
of a group of colors bluish red to red in hue, of medium to high lightness, and of low to moderate saturation A fox hunter's coat of a scarlet color distinctive of this sport and called pink
Affection, love, enjoyment, pity, guilt
(A) The flower is so called because the edges of the petals are pinked or notched (See below )
A stab
make light, repeated taps on a surface; "he was tapping his fingers on the table impatiently"
If you go pink, your face turns a slightly redder colour than usual because you are embarrassed or angry, or because you are doing something energetic. She went pink again as she remembered her mistake. = flush
Pinks are small plants that people grow in their gardens. They have sweet-smelling pink, white, or red flowers
Rossaenglish | adronato
One of the colour balls used in snooker with a value of 6 points
To choose; to cull; to pick out
cut in a zig-zag pattern with pinking shears, in sewing
The European minnow; so called from the color of its abdomen in summer
{i} color produced by combining white and red; type of flower; peak, summit
Create a party line from 2 phone lines
A color resulting from the combination of a pure vivid red with more or less white; so called from the common color of the flower
Of a fox-hunters jacket: scarlet
To stab; to pierce as with a sword
Resembling the garden pink in color; of the color called pink (see 6th Pink, 2); as, a pink dress; pink ribbons
A vessel with a very narrow stern; called also pinky
{f} pierce, stab; injure, harm
Half-shut; winking
a light shade of red any of various flowers of plants of the genus Dianthus cultivated for their fragrant flowers cut in a zig-zag pattern with pinking shears, in sewing sound like a car engine that is firing too early; "the car pinged when I put in low-octane gasoline"; "The car pinked when the ignition was too far retarded"
pink 'un
a newspaper supplement or edition concerning sport, especially football; printed on pink newsprint
pink dollar
The business generated by providing goods and services to the homosexual community
pink elephant
hallucination; particularly those brought on by drinking alcohol

I remember lying by the side of the road watching the pink elephants dancing by.

pink elephants
plural form of pink elephant
pink film
A style of Japanese softcore pornographic theatrical film, originating in the early 1960s, in which the genitals are censored
pink films
plural form of pink film
pink gin
cocktail consisting of gin with a very light dash of bitters
pink gins
plural form of pink gin
pink noise
A signal or process with a frequency spectrum such that the spectral energy density is proportional to the reciprocal of the frequency
pink pound
The business generated by providing goods and services to the homosexual community
pink shrimp
a species of shrimp found in cold parts of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Pandalus borealis
pink shrimps
plural form of pink shrimp
pink slip
notice of the termination of employment

After 20 years of dedicated service to the firm, they simply handed him a pink slip one day.

pink slip
the title for an automobile (source is most likely from California, where the title is printed on a smaller index-card sized piece of pink paper, as opposed to most other states where the title is typically a full-size 8 1/2" x 11" sheet, usually printed on blue or blue-green paper with borders, similar to a stock certificate)
pink slip
an automobile roadworthiness inspection certificate
pink slips
plural form of pink slip
pink snapper
The fish Chrysophrys auratus. (Reference: Relationships among partial and whole lengths and weights for Western Australian Pink Snapper Chrysophrys auratus (Sparidae), Moran and Burton, at the Western Australian Department of Fisheries .)
pink spot
The spot on a snooker table where the pink ball is normally placed
pink spots
plural form of pink spot
pink ticket
A figurative pass entitling the holder to a free night out
Of or pertaining to employees in predominately female service industries

These days, girls and women of all ages are still reading them, particularly the blue collar or pink collar workers or wives of blue collar workers.

pink-collar jobs/workers/industries etc low-paid jobs done mainly by women, for example in offices and restaurants, or the women who do these jobs white-collar, blue-collar
Pink eye
Conjunctivitis (also called pink eye or madras eye) is inflammation of the conjunctiva (the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids). It is most commonly due to an infection (usually viral, but sometimes bacterial) or an allergic reaction
pink point
In climbing, a pink point is similar to a red point. To obtain or accomplish a pink point, the climber must climb the route from the start, leading while clipping the rope into previously placed quickdraws as they go to the top, without falling or hanging on the rope. This differs from on-sighting a climb or flashing a climb in that a pink point can be attempted as many times as needed, so long as it is climbed from the start without falling or hanging
Pink Floyd
famous English rock and roll band that was active mainly during the 1970s
pink bollworm
The pinkish larva of a moth (Pectinophora gossypiella) that is destructive to the flowers and bolls of growing cotton
pink bollworm
larvae of a gelechiid moth introduced from Asia; feeds on the seeds of cotton bolls
pink calla
calla having a rose-colored spathe
pink cockatoo
white Australian cockatoo with roseate tinged plumage
pink disease
serious bark disease of many tropical crop trees (coffee, citrus, rubber); branches have a covering of pink hyphae
pink disease fungus
fungus causing pink disease in citrus and coffee and rubber trees etc
pink elephants
any visual hallucination arising from heavy drinking
pink family
Family Caryophyllaceae, composed of 2,070 species of flowering plants in 89 genera found mainly in northern temperate regions. The approximately 300 species of true pinks belong to the genus Dianthus; relatively easy to grow, these are popular in rock gardens for their fragrant, showy flowers. Though members of the pink family are diverse in appearance and habitat, most have swollen leaf and stem joints. The family includes carnations, baby's breath, sweet William, campion, and chickweed
pink fivecorner
heathlike shrub of southwestern Australia grown for its sharply scented foliage and pink flowers followed by pentagonal fruit
pink gin
a pink alcoholic drink made of gin and a strong bitter liquid
pink lady
A cocktail of gin, brandy, lemon or lime juice, egg white, and grenadine, shaken with cracked ice and strained
pink lady
a cocktail made of gin and brandy with lemon juice and grenadine shaken with an egg white and ice
pink pound
the money that people who are homosexual have available to spend
pink root
A disease of onions and related bulbous plants caused by a fungus (Pyrenochaeta terrestris) and resulting in stunted growth and shriveled pink roots
pink salmon
small salmon of North Pacific waters, humpback salmon
pink salmon
A small salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) of Pacific waters, the male of which has a pink color and a conspicuous dorsal hump during the spawning season. Also called humpback salmon. Food fish (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, family Salmonidae) of the North Pacific that constitutes half of the commercial fishery of Pacific salmon. It weighs about 4.5 lbs (2 kg) and is marked with large, irregular spots. Pink salmon often spawn on tidal flats. The young enter the sea immediately after hatching
pink shower
tropical American semi-evergreen tree having erect racemes of pink or rose-colored flowers; used as an ornamental
pink slip
dismissal notice, notice that one has been fired from his job
pink slip
A pink colored piece of paper that acts as a receipt for learning guide completion A "pink slip" is issued when the student completes learning guide work or successfully writes a test The marker marks the work, records the score in the computer and delivers a pink slip to the students Teacher Advisor The T A passes the "pink slip" onto the student
pink slip
official notice that you have been fired from your job
pink slip
A vehicle's title certificate
pink stern
See Chebacco, and 1st Pink
pink-and-white everlasting
flower of southwestern Australia having bright pink daisylike papery flowers; grown for drying
of or relating to a class of jobs once traditionally filled by women; "a pink-collar employee
Dutch pink
A yellow lake pigment
Dutch pink
Invisible Pink Unicorn
A unicorn goddess who is simultaneously invisible and pink
Invisible Pink Unicorns
plural form of Invisible Pink Unicorn
clove pink
Their type of flower
clove pink
Any plant known as carnation (of genus Dianthus)
hink pink
A game in which players guess a rhyming phrase, given definitions or synonyms of the words
hot pink
Of a bright vibrant pink colour
hot pink
A bright vibrant pink colour

hot pink (neon or shocking pink) colour:.

hunting pink
scarlet, as worn by fox-hunters
hunting pink
The traditional scarlet jacket and related attire worn by fox-hunters
in the pink
nude, naked
in the pink
In very good health
The plural of pink
The traditional scarlet jacket(s) worn by fox-hunters in the United Kingdom

Lets go and murder a fox, dear. Have you got your pinks?.

flowers in the family Caryophyllaceae, sometimes called carnations
sky-blue pink
An imaginary colour
tickle pink
To thoroughly delight or amuse; to elate

It tickles me pink that they chose me for the award.

tickled pink
Simple past tense and past participle of tickle pink
{v} to squint, look askew, ogle, eye
dutch pink
A yellow, lake pigment
button pink
much-branched pink with flowers in clusters; closely related to sweet William
cheddar pink
mat-forming perennial of central Europe with large fragrant pink or red flowers
china pink
Chinese pink with deeply toothed rose-lilac flowers with a purplish eye; usually raised as an annual
coral pink
A moderate to deep yellowish pink
cottage pink
European pink cultivated for its very fragrant pink or rosy flowers
fire pink
perennial herb of eastern North America, having red flowers with narrow notched petals
fire pink
A perennial herb (Silene virginica) of eastern North America, having red flowers with narrow, deeply notched petals
fringed pink
Eurasian perennial pink having fragrant lilac or rose flowers with deeply fringed margins
grass pink
an orchid
ground pink
low wiry-stemmed branching herb or southern California having fringed pink flowers
in the pink
very healthy
japanese pink
very free-flowering variety distinguished by jagged-edged petals
life in pink
optimistic life, way of looking at life in a positive manner
maiden pink
low-growing loosely mat-forming Eurasian pink with single crimson-eyed pale pink flowers
marsh pink
pink-flowered marsh plant of the eastern United States
moss pink
A low-growing eastern North American plant (Phlox subulata) forming dense, mosslike mats and widely cultivated for its profuse pink or white flowers
moss pink
low tufted perennial phlox with needlelike evergreen leaves and pink or white flowers; native to United States and widely cultivated as a ground cover
mullein pink
an old cottage garden plant of southeastern Europe widely cultivated for its attractive white woolly foliage and showy crimson flowers
Pierced with small holes; worked in eyelets; scalloped on the edge
past of pink
comparative of pink
superlative of pink
The act of piercing or stabbing
The act or method of decorating fabrics or garments with a pinking iron; also, the style of decoration; scallops made with a pinking iron
present participle of pink
slightly pink
{s} having a somewhat pink color, rosy
of a light shade of red
Somewhat pink
The condition of being pink
Quality or state of being pink
rock pink
pink-flowered perennial of rocky regions of western United States
rose pink
pink-flowered marsh plant of the eastern United States
salmon pink
Something that is salmon pink or salmon is the orangey-pink colour of a salmon's flesh
sea pink
cliff rose: tufted thrift of seacoasts and mountains of north temperate zone; occasionally grown as a ground cover
shocking pink
Something that is shocking pink is very bright pink. a shocking-pink T-shirt. a very bright pink colour pink
swamp pink
An orchid (Arethusa bulbosa) of northeast North America having a solitary, usually rose-colored flower with a purple-spotted, yellow-crested lip. Also called arethusa, dragon's mouth
wild pink
perennial of eastern and central North America having short-stalked pink or white flowers in hairy clusters
wild pink
A perennial herb (Silene caroliniana) native to the eastern United States, having pink or white flowers, opposite leaves, and glandular, hairy flower clusters
yellowish pink
a shade of pink tinged with yellow
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Определение pink в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

pink eye
(Tıp) pink eye
pink floyd albümü
(Muzik) piper at the gates of dawn
pink floyd albümü (1972)
(Muzik) obscured by clouds
pink floyd albümü 1967
(Muzik) a saucerful of secrets
pink hastalığı
(Tıp) pink disease