sponging

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
asalaklık
otlakçılık
başkasının sırtından geçinme
süngerle silme
sponge
sünger

Süngerbob ve Patrick arkadaştır. - Spongebob and Patrick are friends.

Sünger sıvıları emer. - A sponge absorbs liquids.

sponging down
süngerle silme
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ayyaş
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süngerle temizlemek
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(Gıda) süngerimsi
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otlakçılık yapmak
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otlamak
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spanç
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asalak
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otlakçı
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otlakçılık etmek
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otlanmak
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sırtından geçinmek
Sponge
deniz süngeri
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süngerli
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sünger gibi emici şey
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{i} beleşçi
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{i} alkolik
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içkici
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{f} süngerle silmek
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uskunca fırçası
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mayalı kabarık hamur
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asalaklık etmek
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pandispanya

Bir sürü kişi pandispanyayı fırınlanması zor sanmakta, ama yeterince yumurta kullanırsanız hiçbir şey sahiden ters gitmeyebilir. - Many people think that sponge cake is difficult to bake, but if you use enough eggs, nothing can really go wrong.

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platin gibi bazı madenlerin sünger hali
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(Tıp) Sünger, euspongia (emicidir)
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(Tıp) Yaradan kan v.s.'yi almak için kullanılan gaz parçası
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tüfeyli
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tampon
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{i} İng. pandispanya
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mayalanmış ve dinlenmeye bırakılmış hamur
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topun içini temizlemeye mahsus uzun saplı yuvarlak fırça
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(Tıp) Tüfeyli parazit
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{i} k.dili. otlakçı, beleşçi, bedavacı
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{f} 1. süngerle temizlemek/ıslatmak/sürmek; up süngerle temizlemek
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spanç,v.süngerle sil: n.sünger
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
from Sponge, v
present participle of sponge
sponging-house
A place of temporary confinement for debtors, kept by a bailiff, where debtors were sponged of all money they had on themselves, before being transferred to debtor's prison
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jail for debtors, debtors` prison
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A type of steamed pudding
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A heavy drinker
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A type of light cake; sponge cake
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A piece of porous material used for washing (originally made from the invertebrates, now often made of plastic)
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A form of contraception that is inserted vaginally; a contraceptive sponge
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Any of various marine invertebrates, mostly of the phylum Porifera, that have a porous skeleton often of silica
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A person who takes advantage of the generosity of others (abstractly imagined to absorb or soak up the money or efforts of others like a sponge)
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To clean, soak up, or dab with a sponge
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To take advantage of the kindness of others

He has been sponging off his friends for a month now.

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a follower who hangs around a host (without benefit to the host) in hope of gain or advantage
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To be converted, as dough, into a light, spongy mass by the agency of yeast, or leaven
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primitive multicellular marine animal whose porous body is supported by a fibrous skeletal framework; usually occurs in sessile colonies a porous mass of interlacing fibers the forms the internal skeleton of various marine animals and usable to absorb water or any porous rubber or cellulose product similarly used gather sponges, in the ocean wipe with a sponge, so as to clean or moisten soak up with a sponge erase with a sponge; as of words on a blackboard
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someone able to acquire new knowledge and skills rapidly and easily; "she soaks up foreign languages like a sponge"
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and Note under Spongiæ
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disapproval If you say that someone sponges off other people or sponges on them, you mean that they regularly get money from other people when they should be trying to support themselves. He should just get an honest job and stop sponging off the rest of us! He spent his life grumbling about missed opportunities and sponging on his father for money. Any of some 5,000 species (phylum Porifera) of permanently affixed (sessile), mostly marine, solitary or colonial invertebrates, found from shallow to deep (more than 30,000 ft, or 9,000 m) waters. Simple sponges are hollow cylinders with a large opening at the top through which water and wastes are expelled. A thin, perforated outer epidermal layer covers a porous skeleton, which is composed of interlocking spicules of calcium carbonate, silica, or spongin (found in 80% of all sponges), a proteinaceous material. The body, ranging in diameter or length from 1 in. (2.5 cm) to several yards, may be fingerlike, treelike, or a shapeless mass. Sponges lack organs and specialized tissue; flagellated cells move water into the central cavity through the perforations, and individual cells digest food (bacteria, other microorganisms, and organic debris), excrete waste, and absorb oxygen. Sponges can reproduce asexually or sexually. Larval forms are free-swimming but all adults are sessile. Since antiquity, sponges have been harvested for use in holding water, bathing, and scrubbing; because of overharvesting and newer technologies, most sponges sold today are synthetic
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gather sponges, in the ocean
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The portion of dough in bread-making containing all or part of the yeast, to which are added the remaining ingredients
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It consists of a cylinder of wood, covered with sheepskin with the wool on, or cloth with a heavy looped nap, and having a handle, or staff
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To cleanse or wipe with a sponge; as, to sponge a slate or a cannon; to wet with a sponge; as, to sponge cloth
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erase with a sponge; as of words on a blackboard
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A sponge is a light cake or pudding made from flour, eggs, sugar, and sometimes fat. It makes a superb filling for cakes and sponges
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A Pokémon that is played for the purpose of taking and holding damage
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To get by imposition or mean arts without cost; as, to sponge a breakfast
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To gain by mean arts, by intrusion, or hanging on; as, an idler sponges on his neighbor
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primitive multicellular marine animal whose porous body is supported by a fibrous skeletal framework; usually occurs in sessile colonies
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{f} clean with a sponge; wipe with a sponge; absorb liquid; exploit, live at the expense of others
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To suck in, or imbile, as a sponge
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a porous mass of interlacing fibers the forms the internal skeleton of various marine animals and usable to absorb water or any porous rubber or cellulose product similarly used
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Any spongelike substance
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The bouncy rubber material used in sandwich covering It is used under a sheet of rubber with pips It revolutionized the game and ended the hard rubber age in the 1950's
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A pre-ferment of a wet rather than firm (dough-like) consistency It is a mixture of leavening (either commercial bakers' yeast or natural leavens), liquid and flour mixed prior to the final bread dough and allowed to ferment anywhere from a few minutes to 24 hours (or more) Used to improve the flavor and texture of bread dough and to build leavening strength
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ask for and get free; be a parasite
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It apparently has some connection to drool Are you frightened? Not frightened enough!
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A sponge is a piece of sponge that you use for washing yourself or for cleaning things. He wiped off the table with a sponge
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The most valuable sponges are found in the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, and on the coasts of Florida and the West Indies
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Sponge is a very light soft substance with lots of little holes in it, which can be either artificial or natural. It is used to clean things or as a soft layer. a sponge mattress
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Dough before it is kneaded and formed into loaves, and after it is converted into a light, spongy mass by the agency of the yeast or leaven
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rain forests absorb up to ten feet of rainfall annually
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Iron from the puddling furnace, in a pasty condition
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soak up with a sponge
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A thin layer of sponge rubber attached between the rubber sheet and the blade to increase speed and spin
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The elastic fibrous skeleton of many species of horny Spongiæ (keratosa), used for many purposes, especially the varieties of the genus Spongia
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Any one of numerous species of Spongiæ, or Porifera
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A mop for cleaning the bore of a cannon after a discharge
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To wipe out with a sponge, as letters or writing; to efface; to destroy all trace of
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The extremity, or point, of a horseshoe, answering to the heel
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{i} aquatic animal with a porous outer body and a rigid or elastic skeleton; skeleton of a sponge; piece of flexible and absorbent plastic or rubber used for cleaning; one or that which absorbs; sponger
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End product of chemical refining which may then be melted into bullion or redissolved to be used in a compound
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a sea animal that has a rubbery skeleton with many holes that absorb water
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wipe with a sponge, so as to clean or moisten
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To deprive of something by imposition
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One who lives upon others; a pertinaceous and indolent dependent; a parasite; a sponger
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A sponge is a sea animal with a soft round body made of natural sponge
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A powder form of cadmium with a high zinc content
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A titanium product that is produced by the decomposition of a several compound elements It is of sufficient commercial purity that this product can be used as the primary imput to produce all subsequent titanium mill products
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A light cake
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A porous material such as sponges consist of
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Iron ore, in masses, reduced but not melted or worked
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If you sponge something, you clean it by wiping it with a wet sponge. Fill a bowl with water and gently sponge your face and body. Sponge down means the same as sponge. If your child's temperature rises, sponge her down gently with tepid water
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