quack

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} vakvak etmek
{f} dırdır etmek
şarlatan,v.ördek sesi çıkar: n.ördek sesi
i., s. şarlatan
ördek sesi çıkarmak
şarlatan

Annem doktorun bir şarlatan olduğunu düşünüyor. - My mom thinks the doctor is a quack.

Filozoflar tarafından aydınlatılmamış bir toplum şarlatanlar tarafından aptal yerine konulurlar. - Any society not enlightened by philosophers is fooled by quacks.

yalancı doktor

Mary bir yalancı doktor. - Mary is a quack doctor.

vak

Ördek, Vak, vak! dedi. - Quack, quack! the duck said.

Ördek Vak, vak dedi. - Quack, quack, said the duck.

ördek sesi
{f} ördek sesi çıkar
bağırarak manasızca konuşmak
{i} vakvak
{i} zevzeklik
vakvaklama/şarlatan
{s} sahte

Mary sahte bir doktor. - Mary is a quack doctor.

(Tıp) Şarlatan doktor
vakvakla
(fiil)k
{s} uydurma
{f} şarlatanlık yapmak
{i} sahte doktor
{s} yalan

Mary bir yalancı doktor. - Mary is a quack doctor.

{s} yalancı

Mary bir yalancı doktor. - Mary is a quack doctor.

{i} dırdır
{i} ördek sesi, vak vak
olcum
ördek gibi bağırmak
quack doctor
yalancı doktor
quack doctor
şarlatan hekim
quack doctor
sahte doktor
quack quack
(fiil)kvak, ördek
quack quack
vakvak
quack quack
ördek
to quack
vaklamak
to quack
vakvaklamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To make a noise like a duck

Do you hear the ducks quack?.

falsely presented as having medicinal powers

Don't get your hopes up; that's quack medicine!.

A fraudulent healer or incompetent doctor of medicine, an impostor who claims to have qualifications to practice medicine

if we are ourselves valets, there shall ‘exist no hero for us; we shall not know the hero when we see him;’ - we shall take the quack for a hero; and cry, audibly through all ballot-boxes and machinery whatsoever, Thou art he; be thou King over us!.

A doctor
A charlatan

My mother thinks that the doctor is a charlatan. - My mom thinks the doctor is a quack.

The sound made by a duck

Did you hear that duck make a quack?.

To practice, commit quackery
the harsh sound of a duck an untrained person who pretends to be a physician and who dispenses medical advice act as a medical quack or a charlatan utter quacking noises; "The ducks quacked
{n} a bold but ignorant pretender to phsic
{v} to cry like a duck, brag, physic
an untrained person who pretends to be a physician and who dispenses medical advice
A boastful pretender to medical skill; an empiric; an ignorant practitioner
To make vain and loud pretensions; to boast
To act the part of a quack, or pretender
When a duck quacks, it makes the noise that ducks typically make. There were ducks quacking on the lawn. Quack is also a noun. Suddenly he heard a quack. to make the sound that ducks make (From the sound)
medically unqualified; "a quack doctor"
disapproval If you call someone a quack or a quack doctor, you mean that they claim to be skilled in medicine but are not. I went everywhere for treatment, tried all sorts of quacks
utter quacking noises; "The ducks quacked"
One who misrepresents his or her ability and experience in diagnosis and treatment of disease or effects to be achieved by his or her treatment They may believe in what they are saying This would make them a dupe as well as a quack
{i} one who practices medicine without having the proper qualifications; impostor, charlatan; sound made by a duck
To utter a sound like the cry of a duck
disapproval Quack remedies or quack cures are medical treatments that you think are unlikely to work because they are not scientific
The cry of the duck, or a sound in imitation of it; a hoarse, quacking noise
{s} impersonating, posing; involved in deceit
Hence, one who boastfully pretends to skill or knowledge of any kind not possessed; a charlatan
A person who falsely claims to have medical ability or qualifications
act as a medical quack or a charlatan
queen or jack
{f} produce a quacking sound like that of a duck; impersonate, pose as a professional (esp. a doctor); deceive, mislead
the harsh sound of a duck
Pertaining to or characterized by, boasting and pretension; used by quacks; pretending to cure diseases; as, a quack medicine; a quack doctor
quack like a duck
To appear to be exactly what one is

If it quacks like a duck, it's a duck.

quack grass
See Quitch grass
quack grass
dog grass: European grass spreading rapidly by creeping rhizomes; naturalized in North America as a weed
quack medicine
{i} compound publicly announced under pretence of healing a specific disease
quack(a)
medically unqualified; "a quack doctor
quack-quack
child's word for a duck
quacking
The sound made by a group of ducks; quacks
quacking
Present participle of quack

The usual note emitted by this genus is a kind of tremulous querulous bark, not very unlike the quacking voice of a duck. Although all our larger squirrels.

a quack
charlatan

My mother thinks that the doctor is a charlatan. - My mom thinks the doctor is a quack.

shucky ducky quack quack
(Argo) A term used in response to observing someone getting their groove on

Aw, look at Krisha go! Shucky ducky quack quack!.

A quack
medicaster
adjective quack 3
relating to the activities or medicines of someone who pretends to be a doctor
quacked
past of quack
quacking
{s} producing a harsh sound like the call of a duck
quacks
plural of , quack
quacks
third-person singular of quack
quack

    Турецкое произношение

    kwäk

    Антонимы

    genuine, original, real

    Произношение

    /ˈkwak/ /ˈkwæk/

    Этимология

    [ 'kwak ] (intransitive verb.) 14th century. From Middle English *quacken, queken (“to croak like a frog, make a noise like a duck, goose, or quail”), from quack, qwacke, quek, queke (“quack”, interjection and noun), also kek, keke, whec-, partly of imitative origin and partly from Middle Dutch quacken (“to croak, quack”), from Old Dutch *kwaken (“to croak, quack”), from Proto-Germanic *kwakanan, *kwakōnan (“to croak”), of imitative origin.Robert E. Lewis, Middle English dictionary, Volume 8, queke. Cognate with Eastern Frisian kwaakje (“to quack, croak”), Middle Low German quaken (“to quack, croak”), German quaken (“to quack, croak”), Danish kvække (“to croak”), Swedish kväka (“to croak, quackle”), Norwegian kvekke (“to croak”), Icelandic kvaka (“to twitter, chirp”).

    Времена

    quacks, quacking, quacked

    Слово дня

    jericho
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