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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Denizbilim) çukurcuk
redd up: düzenlemek
arabuluculuk yapmak
up ile düzenlemek
redd count
(Denizbilim) çukurcuk sayımı
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kötü ve fena şey
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Sözü selâset ve talâkatla eda edemeyip harfleri geri çevirerek konuşmağa sebep olan dilin tutukluğuna denir
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Geri döndürmek, kabul etmemek, çevirmek, def etmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir şeyin karşılığını icra etmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Cerhetmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To free from entanglement
To free from embarrassment
To clean, tidy up, to put in order

I've got to redd up the place before your mother gets back.

Simple past tense and past participle of rede
To settle, usually a quarrel
To separate combatants
To put on order; to make tidy; generally with up

to redd up a house.

A spawning nest made by a fish

A female chinook salmon digs her redd, or nest, prior to spawning in Oregon's John Day River.

To comb hair
To fix boundaries
To seperate combatants
n - Area in gravel where fish bury their eggs
To fix boundries
The terms redd and redd up came to the American Midlands from the many Scottish immigrants who settled there. Meaning "to clear an area or to make it tidy," redd is still used in Scotland and Northern Ireland; in the United States it is especially common in Pennsylvania as the phrasal verb redd up. The term, which goes back to Old Norse rydhja, can be traced from the 15th century to the present, particularly in dialects of Scotland and the North of England. A spawning nest made by a fish, especially a salmon or trout
A gravel area in a stream bed where a female salmon digs a hole and lays her eggs
Shallow depression in the streambed gravel in which a female salmonid deposits her eggs
The depression in which salmon deposit their eggs
Nest and associated mounds made in gravel, consisting of a depression hydraulically dug by a fish for egg deposition
A type of fish spawning area associated with flowing water and clean gravel Fishes that utilize this type of spawning area include trout, salmon, some minnows, etc
past of rede
A nest prepared by a female fish in the stream bed gravel, stones or sand, where she deposits her eggs Typical for most trout and salmon
a spawning nest made in the gravel bed of a river by salmon or steelhead
Series of nests dug in gravel by one female salmon
redd up
To clean up, especially a room
{i} family name; Otis Redding (1941-1967), American soul songwriter and musician; city in northern California (USA)
past of redd
a town in north central California on the Sacramento River
present participle of redd

    Турецкое произношение



    /ˈred/ /ˈrɛd/


    [ 'red ] (verb.) circa 1520. Fusion of Middle English redden "to rid, free, clear" from Old English hreddan (“to save, to deliver, recover, rescue”) from Proto-Germanic *hradjanan and Middle English reden "to clean up, clear" from Old English ġerǣdan "to put in order, arrange, prepare" from Proto-Germanic *garaidijanan (“to arrange”). More at rid, ready.


    redding, redded

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