rub

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ovmak
{f} sürtünmek
{f} sürtmek
{f} ovalamak
yemek
oğuşturmak
ovunma
düğüm
sürüştürmek
friksiyon
{i} sürtme
{f} sürt

Lastikler lastik ve yol yüzeyi arasındaki sürtünme nedeniyle yıpranır. - Tires wear down because of friction between the rubber and the road surface.

Tom'un kedisi, Mary'nin ayağına sürtündü. - Tom's cat rubbed against Mary's leg.

ovalama

Habanero biberlerini kestikten sonra gözlerini ovalamamak için dikkatli ol. - After cutting habanero peppers, be careful not to rub your eyes.

ovma

Ayaklarımı ovmamdan rahatsız olur musun? - Would you mind rubbing my feet?

Sırtınızı ovmamı ister misiniz? - Do you want me to rub your back?

sürtünme

Lastikler lastik ve yol yüzeyi arasındaki sürtünme nedeniyle yıpranır. - Tires wear down because of friction between the rubber and the road surface.

güçlük
{i} k.dili. problem
{f} klişe çıkarmak
{f} masaj yapmak
{f} ovuşturmak
{i} ovarak sürme
{f} idare etmek
rub sil/sür/sürtün/ov
{f} ovarak sürmek
{f} kazımak
{i} iğneleme
{i} engel
{i} problem
{f} zımparalamak
{f} geçinip gitmek
sürme/sürtünme/ovma
{i} laf çaktırma
{i} alay
{f} sürmek
{f} against/on -e sürtünmek
{i} pürüz
{i} mahzur
sinirlendirici şey
{f} friksiyon yapmak
{i} engebeli oluş
ovup cilâlamak
rub away aşındırmak
{i} friksiyon yapma
kurcalamak
sinirlendirmek
rub in
k.dili. yüzüne vurmak
rub off
aşınmak
rub off
(deyim) rub off on someone etkilemek
rub off
ovarak temizlemek
rub s.o. the wrong way
{k} birini kızdırmak/sinirlendirmek
rub against
sürünmek
rub against
kertmek
rub against each other
sürtüşmek
rub away
yemek
rub away
aşındırmak
rub down
kurulamak
rub down
zımparalamak
rub down
düzleştirmek
rub elbows with
ile bir araya gelmek
rub elbows with
ile bir arada olmak
rub elbows with
ile karşılaşmak
rub in
sürünmek
rub in
ovarak yedirmek
rub it in
{k} yüzüne vurmak
rub off
sürtünmeyle çıkmak
rub off
silip çıkarmak
rub on
sürünmek
rub one's hands together
ovalamak
rub oneself
sürtünmek
rub oneself against
sürtünmek
rub out
silip çıkarmak
rub out
dökülmek
rub out
sürtünmeyle çıkmak
rub salt into the wound
(deyim) yaraya tuz biber ekmek
rub shoulders with
haşır neşir olmak
rub smooth
cumbalamak
rub up
ovarak parlatmak
rub up against
rastlaşmak
rub with the hand
sürtmek
rub along
iyi geçinmek
rub along
geçinip git
rub down
düzlemek
rub down
masaj
rub elbows with
dirsek temasında bulunmak
rub in
içine nüfuz ettirmek
rub it in
başına kakmak
rub off
silmek
rub off
silinmek
rub off
silerek çıkarmak
rub out
silgiyle silmek
rub out
sil

Bu kelimeleri silginle sil. - Rub out these words with your eraser.

rub salt in sb's wound
yarasına tuz biber ekmek
rub sb's nose in it
birinin ipliğini pazara çıkarmak
rub shoulders with
dirsek temasında bulunmak
rub up the right way
suyuna gitmek
rub up the wrong way
sinir etmek
rub up the wrong way
kızdırmak
rub along
geçinmek
rub down
ovmak
rub elbows/shoulder with
ovmak dirsekler / omuz ile
rub hands
ovmak eller
rub nose
ovmak burun
rub of
ovmak ve
rub off
yıpranmak
rub off
sil
rub off on
ovmak kapatma
rub over
ovmak üzerinde
rub salt into the wound
(deyim) Yaraya tuz basmak
rub salt into the wound
(s) yarasına tuz biber ekmek
rub sb up the wrong way
sınır etmek, kızdırmak, tepesini attırmak
rub sb's nose in it the dirt
yüzüne vurmak, başına kakmak
rub shoulders
(deyim) Tanışıklığı olmak
rub a dub
trampet sesi
rub a dub
davul sesi
rub against the road
yola sürtmek
rub along
bata çıka gitmek
rub along
yuvarlanıp gitmek
rub along
geçinip gitmek
rub along
idare etmek
rub along
iyi anlaşmak
rub away
aşınmak
rub clothes while washing
çitilemek
rub down
masaj yapmak
rub down
kaşağılamak
rub down
silmek
rub down
tımar etmek
rub down
üzerini aramak
rub in
ısrarla tekrarlamak
rub in
tekrar tekrar söylemek
rub in
yedirmek
rub in
(Fiili Deyim ) (merhem vs.yi) ovarak yedirmek
rub in
(merhem v.b.'ni) ovarak yedirmek
rub in
tutturmak
rub in
ovarak sürmek
rub it in
(deyim) yuzune vurmak
rub off
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- simek , silip çıkarmak 2- sıyırmak
rub off
çıkmak
rub off
dökülmek
rub off on
(huy) geçmek
rub off on
(huy) çekmek
rub off on
(huyunu) almak
rub off on
baka baka benzemek
rub off/out
silip çıkarmak
rub on
bulaşmak
rub on
geçmek
rub on ointment
ilaç sürmek
rub out
silmek
rub out
temizlemek
rub out
silinmek
rub out
çıkmak
rub out
argo öldürmek
rub out
öldürmek
rub out
kazımak
rub out
silerek çıkarmak
rub s.t. against
bir şeyi -e sürtmek
rub s.t. on
bir şeyi -e sürmek
rub salt in somebody's wound
yarasına tuz biber etmek
rub salt in the wound
üstüne tuz biber ekmek
rub shoulders with
bir arada bulunmak
rub shoulders with someone
dirsek temasında bulunmak
rub shoulders with someone
ünlülerle vakit geçrimek
rub smb. up the right way
(isim)bza göre şerbet vermek, suyuna gitmek
rub smb. up the right way
nabza göre şerbet vermek
rub smb. up the right way
suyuna gitmek
rub smb. up the wrong way
tersine gitmek
rub smb. up the wrong way
gıcık etmek
rub smb. up the wrong way
damarına basmak
rub smb. up the wrong way
sinir etmek
rub somebody the right way
suyuna gitmek
rub somebody's nose in it
başına kakınç etmek
rub someone the wrong way
(deyim) birinin tepesini attırmak
rub someone's nose in it
(deyim) ipliğini pazara çıkarmak
rub something against
bir şeyi bir yere sürtmek
rub something on
bir şeyi bir yere sürmek
rub the right way
(deyim) suyuna gitmek
rub up
ovarak yedirmek
rub up
silerek parlatmak
rub up
tozunu almak
rub up
parlatmak
rub up
tazelemek
rub up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- silip parlatmak 2- belleğini tazelemek
rub while washing
çitilemek
rub with emery
zımpara ile düzeltmek
rub with emery
zımparalamak
rubbing
{i} sürtünme
rubbing
ovalama
rubbing
{i} sürtme
don't know whether to eat it or rub it on
(deyim) atsan atılmaz satsan satılmaz
rub up
silmek
rubbed
çitili
rubbing
(Tıp) frotman
rubbing
delk
friction rub
sürtünme sesi
rubbing
{f} ovala

Ayaklarımı ovalar mısın? - Would you mind rubbing my feet?

rubbing
ovalayarak
there's the rub
orada ovmak's
to rub it in
onu ovmak için
rubbing
ovma

Ayaklarımı ovmamdan rahatsız olur musun? - Would you mind rubbing my feet?

rubbing
silme
rubbing
rub sil/sür/sürtün/ov
rubbing
ovmalı kopya
rubbing
{i} merdane ile bastırma
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Süpürge
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Süpürme
Dörtte bir, çeyrek anlamında eski sözcük
RUB'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dörtte bir. Bir şeyin dört kısmından bir kısmı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Rich Urban Biker
To rub something against

I rubbed the glass with the cloth.

To rub against something

My shoes are beginning to rub.

In the game of crown green bowls: any obstacle by which a bowl is diverted from its normal course
A difficulty or problem

the propriety of the cabman's shelter, as it was called, hardly a stonesthrow away near Butt bridge where they might hit upon some drinkables in the shape of a milk and soda or a mineral. But how to get there was the rub.

An act of rubbing

Give that lamp a good rub and see if any genies come out.

To move one object while maintaining contact with another object over some area

I rubbed my hands together for warmth.

{v} to clean, scour, polish, fret, get through
{n} an impediment, difficulty, act of rubbing
Imperfection; failing; fault
A massage can be referred to as a rub. She sometimes asks if I want a back rub. see also rubbing
the act of rubbing or wiping; "he gave the hood a quick rub" move over something with pressure; "rub my hands"; "rub oil into her skin" cause friction; "my sweater scratches" scrape or rub as if to relieve itching; "Don't scratch your insect bites!
If you rub an object or a surface, you move a cloth backward and forward over it in order to clean or dry it. She took off her glasses and rubbed them hard He rubbed and rubbed but couldn't seem to get clean
move over something with pressure; "rub my hands"; "rub oil into her skin"
To move or pass with difficulty; as, to rub through woods, as huntsmen; to rub through the world
To spread a substance thinly over; to smear
The ISO 4217 currency code for the Russian Rouble
To spread a sauce or spice on food so that it coats it, lightly rubbing it in as you go
If you rub two things together or if they rub together, they move backwards and forwards, pressing against each other. He rubbed his hands together a few times. the 650-mile rift that separates the Pacific and North American geological plates as they rub together
A stone, commonly flat, used to sharpen cutting tools; a whetstone; called also rubstone
If something you are wearing or holding rubs, it makes you sore because it keeps moving backwards and forwards against your skin. Smear cream on to your baby's skin at the edges of the plaster to prevent it from rubbing
To scour; to burnish; to polish; to brighten; to cleanse; often with up or over; as, to rub up silver
Device combining the capabilities of a router and a hub
an unforeseen obstacle
Rub is used in expressions such as there's the rub and the rub is when you are mentioning a difficulty that makes something hard or impossible to achieve. `What do you want to write about?'. And there was the rub, because I didn't yet know
{f} wipe, buff; push against with pressure; spread, smear; brush; polish
To move over the surface of (a body) with pressure and friction; to graze; to chafe; as, the boat rubs the ground
{i} act of wiping; act of smearing
scrape or rub as if to relieve itching; "Don't scratch your insect bites!"
To move along the surface of a body with pressure; to grate; as, a wheel rubs against the gatepost
Light contact between 2 or more cars
Something grating to the feelings; sarcasm; joke; as, a hard rub
Inequality of surface, as of the ground in the game of bowls; unevenness
the act of rubbing or wiping; "he gave the hood a quick rub"
If you rub shoulders with famous people, you meet them and talk to them. You can also say that you rub elbows with someone, especially in American English. He regularly rubbed shoulders with the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Kylie Minogue
To cause (a body) to move with pressure and friction along a surface; as, to rub the hand over the body
scrape or rub as if to relieve itching; "Don't scratch your insect bites!
to rub someone's nose in it: see nose to rub salt into the wound: see salt
If you rub a substance into a surface or rub something such as dirt from a surface, you spread it over the surface or remove it from the surface using your hand or something such as a cloth. He rubbed oil into my back
If you rub against a surface or rub a part of your body against a surface, you move it backwards and forwards while pressing it against the surface. A cat was rubbing against my leg He kept rubbing his leg against mine
Light contact with another car Very common in most forms of racing Also refered to as "Swapping Paint"
cause friction; "my sweater scratches"
Very light contact with another car Very common in most forms of racing
To subject (a body) to the action of something moving over its surface with pressure and friction, especially to the action of something moving back and forth; as, to rub the flesh with the hand; to rub wood with sandpaper
If you rub a part of your body, you move your hand or fingers backwards and forwards over it while pressing firmly. He rubbed his arms and stiff legs `I fell in a ditch', he said, rubbing at a scrape on his hand
That which rubs; that which tends to hinder or obstruct motion or progress; hindrance; obstruction, an impediment; especially, a difficulty or obstruction hard to overcome; a pinch
To hinder; to cross; to thwart
A rub off of a spine by the customer to indicate what is to be printed and how the printing is to be set up This can also be a photo copy of a spine for the same purpose
The act of rubbing; friction
To fret; to chafe; as, to rub upon a sore
A chance
If you rub someone up the wrong way in British English, or rub someone the wrong way in American English, you offend or annoy them without intending to. What are you going to get out of him if you rub him up the wrong way? = annoy
rub down
to rub, e.g. for cleaning, stripping paint or massage
rub elbows with
to associate or consort with a specified person or people

While at Cambridge, he rubbed elbows with many future Government ministers.

rub in
To apply by rubbing
rub in
To irritatingly make a point
rub it in
To add insult to injury; to emphasize one's strengths or another's weaknesses in a manner that degrades another

I know you're a better painter than I am, but you don't have to rub it in.

rub of the green
Any accidental deflection of the ball by an outside agency (spectator, caddie etc); the ball is played without penalty from where it comes to rest
rub off
To clean by rubbing

He was wet through with the dew and quite earthy from diving into the burrows the Boy had made for him in the flower bed, and Nana grumbled as she rubbed him off with a corner of her apron.

rub off
to be transferred with little or no effort
rub off
To cause to come off by rubbing

We had to rub off all the graffiti from the wall.

rub off on
To adapt to a way of behaving after constant exposure to it

The hippie way of life seems to have rubbed off on him, as he's a flower power aficionado.

rub out
To delete or erase or remove (something) by rubbing

The teacher wanted to rub out the chalk marks on the board.

rub out
To kill

We had to rub out that witness.

rub salt in someone's wounds
To make a painful situation even worse (even with the best of intentions)

John already feels guilty for what he did to you. Don't rub salt into his wounds.

rub salt in the wound
To make an injury feel worse
rub somebody the wrong way
To bother, disturb, irritate, or annoy

It's a small thing, really, to leave towels unfolded, but it rubs him the wrong way.

rub up against
To touch something with one's body

She accidentally rubbed up against the painted door and got green paint on her blouse.

rub up against
Of pets. To touch a person's body in a friendly manner, seeking attention

Tibbles, the cat, rubbed up against my leg, asking for a piece of my cheese.

rub up against
To touch another person with one's body in a sexually stimulating manner

Now men, I have rubbed up against a few men in my time, but women?.

rub off on
affect, influence
rub off on
be transferred to, be passed on to, be transmitted to, be communicated to
rub salt into the wound
Make a painful experience even more painful
rub someone the wrong way
Arouse the antagonism or displeasure of, irritate
Rub al-Khali
Vast desert, south-central Arabian Peninsula. It covers about 250,000 sq mi (650,000 sq km), mainly in southeastern Saudi Arabia, and has lesser portions in Yemen, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates. It is the largest area of continuous sand in the world and occupies more than one-fourth of Saudi Arabia. It is virtually uninhabited and largely unexplored. In 1948 Al-Ghawr , the world's largest oil field, was discovered there
rub away
erase; wear out
rub down
wear away
rub down
manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes; "She rubbed down her child with a sponge"
rub down
massage; polish
rub elbows with
socialize with, interact with
rub hands
move hands against each other rapidly
rub in
If someone keeps reminding you of something you would rather forget you can say that they are rubbing it in. Officials couldn't resist rubbing it in The home side rubbed in their superiority with a further goal
rub in
smear in by rubbing; memorize
rub in
If you rub a substance in, you press it into something by continuously moving it over its surface. When hair is dry, rub in a little oil to make it smooth and glossy
rub off
wear away
rub off
If someone's qualities or habits rub off on you, you develop some of their qualities or habits after spending time with them. He was a tremendously enthusiastic teacher and that rubbed off on all the children I was hoping some of his genius might rub off
rub off
be removed by rubbing (as of color); take off by rubbing; be worn out
rub one's eyes in disbelief
be in a state of amazement, does not believe one's eyes
rub out
erase, obliterate; kill, murder, slay (Slang)
rub out
If you rub out something that you have written on paper or a board, you remove it using a rubber or eraser. She began rubbing out the pencilled marks in the margin. = erase
rub out
remove by or as if by rubbing or erasing; "Please erase the formula on the blackboard--it is wrong!"
rub salt into the wound
place salt on an injury, make a matter worse than it already is
rub shoulders with
brush against, be close to -
rub the wrong way
irritate a person; annoy or bother someone
rub up
a review that refreshes your memory; "I need a rub up on my Latin"
rub up
a review that refreshes your memory; "I need a rub up on my Latin
rub-a-dub
the sound made by beating a drum
rub-a-dub
drumming sound
dutch rub
An act of roughly rubbing one's knuckles across the top of another person's head with the intent of causing pain, often while pinning the other person's head with one's free arm
rubbed
Simple past tense and past participle of rub
rubbing
An impression of an embossed or incised surface made by placing a piece of paper over it and rubbing with graphite, crayon or other coloring agent
therein lies the rub
a problem has been identified

That makes calamity of so long life;.

don't know whether to eat it or rub it on
(deyim) do not know what to do with something
there's the rub
(deyim) (also "Therein lies the rub") Something that you say when you are explaining what the difficulty is in a particular situation
therein lies the rub
(deyim) (also "There's the rub") Something that you say when you are explaining what the difficulty is in a particular situation
rubbed
past of rub
rubbing
the resistance encountered when one body is moved in contact with another
rubbing
1. A rubbing is a picture that you make by putting a piece of paper over a carved surface and then rubbing wax or chalk over it. a brass rubbing. see also rub. a copy of a shape or pattern made by rubbing wax, chalk etc onto a piece of paper laid over it
rubbing
effort expended in rubbing one object against another
rubbing
{i} impression made by laying a piece of paper over a surface and rubbing with a crayon or other drawing tool (Art)
rubbing
present participle of rub
rubbing
from Rub, v
rubbing
representation consisting of a copy (as of an engraving) made by laying paper over something and rubbing it with charcoal
rubs
plural of rub
there's the rub
that is the root of the problem, that is the source of the trouble
rub
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