spree

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} çılgınca/aşırı derecede yapılan bir şey: While she was on a shopping spree he went on a drinking spree. O çılgınca alışveriş yaparken
eğlence
cümbüş

Benim cümbüşüm için tamamen hazırım. - I’m totally prepared for my spree.

Tom bir alışveriş cümbüşüne devam etti. - Tom went on a shopping spree.

alem
içki âlemi
shopping spree eldeki bütün parayı alış verişe yatırma
a1em
spending spree
Parayı har vurup harman savurma, bol bol para harcama
spending spree
Alışveriş çılgınlığı
hoard spree
istif çılgınlığı
killing spree
çılgınlığı öldürüyor
shopping spree
Alışveriş çılgınlığı

Piyangoyu kazanınca alışveriş çılgınlığına daldı. - Having won the lottery, she went on a shopping spree.

Tom ve Mary alışveriş çılgınlığına devam etti. - Tom and Mary went on a shopping spree.

sprees
cümbüşleri
go on a buying spree
alışveriş çılgınlığı yapmak
go on a buying spree
çılgınca para harcamak
go on a shopping spree
alışveriş çılgınlığı yapmak
go on a shopping spree
çılgınca para harcamak
go on a spending spree
alışveriş çılgınlığı yapmak
go on a spending spree
çılgınca para harcamak
go on a spree
felekten bir gece yaşamak
go on a spree
alem yapmak
go on a spree
felekten bir gün çalmak
go on a spree
eğlenmek
go out on a spree
(deyim) içip eğlenmek
go out on a spree
(deyim) felekten bir gece çalmak
killing spree
cinayetler serisi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A merry frolic; especially, a drinking frolic
Uninhibited activity
a brief indulgence of your impulses
If you spend a period of time doing something in an excessive way, you can say that you are going on a particular kind of spree. Some Americans went on a spending spree in December to beat the new tax. A river, about 402 km (250 mi) long, of eastern Germany rising near the Czech border and flowing generally north to the Havel River at Berlin. a short period of time when you do a lot of one activity, especially spending money or drinking alcohol on a spree (Perhaps from spreath , from spreidh )
a brief indulgence of your impulses engage withour restraint in an activity and indulge, as when shopping
engage withour restraint in an activity and indulge, as when shopping
A merry frolic; especially, a drinking frolic; a carousal
{i} binge, period of unrestrained self-indulgence (drinking, shopping, etc.); fun social activity
Spree River
River, northeastern Germany. Rising in the Lusatian Mountains near the Czech border, it flows north passing through Berlin, where it joins the Havel River after a course of 250 mi (403 km). Between Cottbus and Lübben it divides into a network of channels that form a marshy wooded region known as the Spree Forest. Much of this region is cultivated. It is a popular excursion area
spree killer
A serial killer whose murders occur in a very short span of time and follow no discernible pattern
spree killer
a serial killer whose murders occur within a brief period of time
spending spree
A brief period of extravagant spending
killing spree
a number of murders, in a short span or time; a rampage
shooting spree
the random shooting of multiple people with no obvious motive
shooting-spree
Attributive form of shooting spree

shooting-spree victim.

crime spree
person or group engaging in multiple crimes
shopping spree
walking around from store to store so as to purchase as much as possible
sprees
plural of spree
spree

    Турецкое произношение

    spri

    Антонимы

    care, thriftiness

    Произношение

    /ˈsprē/ /ˈspriː/

    Этимология

    [ 'sprE ] (noun.) 1804. 1804, from Irish spre (“a spark, flash of fire, animation, spirit”) (compare Irish spraic (“vigour”)), of North Germanic origin, from Old Norse sprækr, sprakr (“lively, vigorous, sprightly”), from Proto-Germanic *sprakjaz, *sprakjan, *sprukan (“branch, sprout, splinter”), from Proto-Indo-European *(a)sp(h)arag-, *(a)sprāg- (“sprout”). Cognate with Icelandic sprækr (“sprightly”), Norwegian spræk (“cheerful, lively”), Swedish dialectal sprygg (“active, brisk”). More at spry.

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