spear

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} mızrak

Hiç mızrakla balık tutmaya gittin mi? - Have you ever gone spear fishing?

Onlar bize mızraklar attı. - They threw spears at us.

zıpkınlamak
kargılamak
saplamak
{f} mızrakla vur
filiz/mızrak
kargı
mızrakla vurmak
zıpkın

Tom Mary'yi bir zıpkınla yaraladı. - Tom stabbed Mary with a spear.

Tom Mary'yi bir zıpkınla vurdu. - Tom shot Mary with a speargun.

(Askeri) taarruz koruma değerlendirmesi ve hava savunma araştırması (strike protection evaluation and antiair research)
fışkırıp uzamak
{f} mızrak saplamak
filiz sürmek
ilerle/sapla
spear gun sualtı tüfeği
{i} mızraklı adam
mızrak veya zıpkınla vurmak
ot filizi
mızrakçı
{i} sivri yapraklı bitki
{f} mızraklamak
spear carrier
kın
spear carrier
kin
spear fish with a harpoon
bir zıpkın ile balık zıpkını
spear of destiny
kutsal mızrak
spear-thrower
Ok ya da zıpkın fırlatmada kullanılan bir alet
spear carrier
kın (bıçak vb)
spear gun
zıpkın
spear side
erkek tarafı
armed with a lance or spear
(Askeri) mızraklı
forked spear
(Denizbilim) çatal zıpkın
king's spear
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarı çirişotu
to spear
kargılamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A sharp tool used by fishermen to retrieve fish
A long stick with a sharp tip used as a weapon for throwing or thrusting, or anything used to make a thrusting motion
To penetrate or strike with, or as if with, any long narrow object. To make a thrusting motion that catches an object on the tip of a long device
a running tackle on an opponent performed in professional wrestling
an illegal maneuver using the end of a hockey stick to strike into another hockey player
{v} to kill with a spear, sprout, shoot
{n} a long pointed weapon, a lance
Asparagus or broccoli spears are individual stalks of asparagus or broccoli. To sprout like a spear
{f} pierce or thrust at with or as if with a spear; pass quickly; sprout, thrust upward (about plants)
To pierce with a spear; to kill with a spear; as, to spear a fish
A spearman
If you spear something, you push or throw a pointed object into it. Spear a piece of fish with a carving fork and dip it in the batter
To shoot into a long stem, as some plants
an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish
A long stick with a sharp tip used as a weapon for throwing or thrusting, or anything used to make a trusting motion
The PowerDsine SPEAR is an internal sophisticated power control and monitoring circuit It is implemented on each of the power channel and activates power only when a Power over LAN Enabled Ethernet terminal is present The SPEAR prevents the injection of power to ordinary NICs or other devices, which do not expect to receive power over the Ethernet lines
A sharp-pointed instrument with barbs, used for stabbing fish and other animals
To lunge helmet-first at an opponent
the basic throw in brooming thrown in a spear-like/javelin manner
a long pointed rod used as a weapon
Stanford Positron Electron Accelerating Ring More Information: SPEAR
The feather of a horse
thrust up like a spear; "The branch speared up into the air
A spear is a weapon consisting of a long pole with a sharp metal point attached to the end
See Feather, n
A shoot, as of grass; a spire
Fig
A long, pointed weapon, used in war and hunting, by thrusting or throwing; a weapon with a long shaft and a sharp head or blade; a lance
a long pointed rod used as a weapon an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish pierce with a spear; "spear fish"
a long pointed rod used as a weapon an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish pierce with a spear; "spear fish" thrust up like a spear; "The branch speared up into the air
thrust up like a spear; "The branch speared up into the air"
{i} weapon consisting of a long staff with a sharpened point, lance, javelin; pointy sprout or leaf of a plant
The rod to which the bucket, or plunger, of a pump is attached; a pump rod
pierce with a spear; "spear fish"
yari
spear gun
a form of mechanical gun that fires a spear as a projectile; generally used under water when spearfishing
spear guns
plural form of spear gun
spear tackle
A offensive tackle in which the tackled player is lifted up and driven into the ground head-first. This is very dangerous which can result in serious injury to the neck and spine and a suspension from the game for 15 minutes
spear tackles
plural form of spear tackle
spear thistle
A biennial herb, Cirsium vulgare
spear thistles
plural form of spear thistle
spear-carrier
A person in a play or movie with a minimal part; an extra
spear-thrower
An atlatl (from Nahuatl atlatl ; in English pronounced or ) or spear-thrower is a tool that uses leverage to achieve greater velocity in spear-throwing, and includes a bearing surface which allows the user to transfer energy derived from muscular energy during the throw. It consists of a shaft with a handle on one end and a spur or cup on the other, against which the butt of the spear rests. The spear is thrown by the action of the upper arm and wrist in conjunction with a shift of balance of the body. An atlatl can readily cast a well made dart to ranges greater than 100 meters
spear gun
A device for mechanically shooting a spearlike missile under water, as in spearfishing
spear side
father's or husband's side of a family; man's side of the family
Bent Spear
A reporting term to identify and report the significant incident with a nuclear weapon, nuclear components, or nuclear-bearing vehicle
Spears
An English surname
boar-spear
A spear used for hunting boar

And still the foster with his long bore-speare / Him kept from landing at his wished will .

eel spear
{i} type of forked trident used for spearing and stabbing eels
king's spear
asphodel with leafy stem and fragrant yellow flowers
sell at the spear
sell at a public auction
short spear
lance, javelin
speared
{s} pierced with a spear; skewered
speared
past of spear
spearing
Jabbing, or attempting to jab, a player's body with the point of the stick blade Incurs a minor penalty if there's no contact, a major penalty plus a game misconduct penalty if there is contact, and a match penalty if the opponent is injured by the spearing
spearing
which occurs when a player illegally jabs, or even just attempts to jab, the point of his stick blade into another player's body; one of the most serious infractions a player can commit; results in an automatic game misconduct
spearing
Poking or attempting to poke an opponent with the tip of the blade of the stick while holding the stick with on e or both hands
spearing
A major penalty called when a player jabs the blade of his stick at an opponent
spearing
Stabing or attempting to stab an opponent with your stick A major penalty
spearing
Contacting another player with one's head; a foul in college football
spearing
present participle of spear
spearing
stabbing an opponent with the point of the stick blade while the stick is being carried in one or both hands
spears
third person singular of "to spear"
spears
plural of "spear"
spear

    Турецкое произношение

    spîr

    Произношение

    /ˈspər/ /ˈspɪr/

    Этимология

    [ 'spir ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English spere, from Proto-Germanic *speri (compare Dutch/German speer, Old Norse spjör), from *sparron (compare Middle Dutch sparre 'rafter', Old Norse sparri 'spar, rafter', sperra 'rafter, beam'), from Proto-Indo-European *spar- (compare Latin sparus 'short spear', Albanian ferrë 'thorn, thornbush' ).

    Времена

    spears, spearing, speared

    Слово дня

    pogonip
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