steal

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aşırmak
çalmak

O çalmaktan suçludur. - He is guilty of stealing.

Tom Mary'yi parasını çalmakla suçladı. - Tom accused Mary of stealing his money.

hırsızlık yapmak
hırsızlık

Hırsızlık yapan kişi cezalandırılmayı hak eder. - A person who steals deserves punishment.

Hırsızlık yaparken yakalandı. - He was caught in the act of stealing.

çal

O, benim paramı çalmaz, ona güvenim var. - He will not steal my money; I have faith in him.

Kurabiyeleri çalarken belirlendi. - He was spotted stealing cookies.

{f} çaktırmadan yapmak
{f} sessizce hareket etmek
{f} hırsızlama yapmak
zula etmek
kaldırmak
çarpmak
kaparozlamak
süzülmek
konuşma dili
tırtıklamak
kaçırmak
kelepir

Bu gerçek bir kelepir. - This is a real steal.

gizlice hareket etmek
be
{f} (bir şeyi) gizlice veya dikkati
{f} (stole, sto.len)
çaktırmadan almak
gizlice ve yavaş yavaş gitmek
bir kaleden diğerine ustalıkla koşmak
hırsızlık etmek
{f} gizlice koymak
kelepir eşya
çalıntı eşya
{f} çalmak, aşırmak; hırsızlık etmek: He stole all the money. Paranın hepsini çaldı
yürütmek
(Spor) top çalma
iyi etmek
çırpmak
stolen
çalınan

O, onun çalınan bisikletiydi. - It was his bicycle that was stolen.

O, çalınan cüzdanını kurtardı. - He recovered his stolen wallet.

stealing
{i} çalma

O, çalmaya tenezzül etti. - He descended to stealing.

O, tam çalma anında tespit edildi. - He was detected in the very act of stealing.

stolen
(Kanun) çalınmış

Tom nehirde yüzmeye gitti, ama o dışarı çıktığında elbiseleri çalınmıştı. - Tom went swimming in the river, but when he got out, his clothes had been stolen.

Tom Mary'ye çalınmış bir kemanı satmayı önerdi. - Tom offered to sell Mary a stolen violin.

steal something
bomba patlatmak
steal a glance
göz ucuyla bakmak
steal a kiss
çaktırmadan öpmek
steal away
sıvışmak
steal a march on
baskın çıkmak
steal one's thunder
galebe çalmak
steal something
bir şeyler çalmak
steal the scene
dikkati başka tarafa çekmek
steal a car
araba çalmak
steal a kiss from
{k} (birinin) itiraz etmesine hiç vakit bırakmadan öpüvermek
steal a wallet
cüzdan çalmak
steal away
sessizce sıvışmak
steal away from
sessizçe sıvışmak
steal cars
araba çalmak
steal into
gizlice sokulmak
steal into
gizlice koymak
steal into
sessizce girmek
steal one's heart
kalbini fethetmek
steal one's heart
gönlünü çalmak
steal one's heart
birini tavlamak
steal one's heart
tavlamak (birini)
steal out of
sessizçe sıvışmak
steal over
esiri olmak (duygu)
steal over
üzerinden atamamak
steal phenomene
(Tıp) çalma fenomeni
steal s.o.'s thunder
{k} (kazara/kasten) (birinden) önce davranarak onun beklediği ilgi, övgü v.b.'ni kendisinden çalmış gibi olmak/çalmak
steal someone's heart (away)
(deyim) aşık etmek
steal someone's heart (away)
(deyim) sevdalandırmak
steal someone's time
vaktini çalmak
steal someone's time
vakit çalmak
steal the show
(deyim) tüm ilgiyi üzerine çekmek
steal the show
(deyim) en fazla ilgiyi toplamak
steal the show
(deyim) parsayı toplamak
stole
çalmak

Onlar onu bisikleti çalmakla suçladı. - They accused her of having stolen the bike.

Onlar onu bisikleti çalmakla suçladı. - They accused him of having stolen the bike.

stolen
aşırma
stealing
{f} çal

O çaldığı için kovuldu. - He was fired for stealing.

O çalmaktan suçludur. - He is guilty of stealing.

stealing
{i} hırsızlık

Beni hırsızlıkla mı suçluyorsun? - Are you accusing me of stealing?

Tom yazar kasadan hırsızlık yaparken suçüstü yakalandı. - Tom was caught red-handed, stealing from the cash register.

stole
bol giysi
stole
uzun cuppe
stole
şal
stole
{f} çal

Polis, neredeyse bir aydır çalınan eşyaları arıyor. - The police have been searching for the stolen goods for almost a month.

Dün gece arabam çalındı. - My car was stolen last night.

stolen
{f} çal

Cüzdanım dün çalındı. - My wallet was stolen yesterday.

Dün gece bisikletimi çaldırdım. - I had my bicycle stolen last night.

He who steals an egg will steal more
(Atasözü) Azı çalan çoğu da çalar
pinch, steal
çimdik, çalmak
stealing
çalarak

Bir ünlü taktisyen, Christopher Columbus bir zamanlar onların tüm sebze ve meyvelerini çalarak, böylece onlara iskorbüt vererek tüm korsan filosunu yok etti, - A renowned tactician, Christopher Columbus once downed an entire pirate fleet by stealing all of their fruits and vegetables, thus giving them scurvy.

steals
çalar
stole
çal(mak)
stole
çalmış
stolen
çalındı
stolen
çalınması
stealing
çırpma
stealing
(isim) çalma
stole
süzül/çal
stole
{i} atkı
stole
{i} etol
stole
f., bak. steal
stole
piskoposların ipek atkısı
stole
{i} uzun ve bol giysi
stolen
f., bak. steal. s. çalınmış, çalıntı
stolen
süzül/çal
stolen
hırsızlama
stolen
çalma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Scoring in an end without the hammer
To get or effect surreptitiously or artfully
A situation in which a defensive player actively takes possession of the ball or puck from the opponent's team
A piece of merchandise available at a very attractive price

At this price, this car is a steal.

To advance safely to (another base) during the delivery of a pitch, without the aid of a hit, walk, passed ball, wild pitch, or defensive indifference
A stolen base
A policy in database systems that a database follows which allows a transaction to be written on nonvolatile storage before its commit occurs
The act of stealing
To acquire at a low price

He stole the car for two thousand less than its book value.

To move silently or secretly

Did he take his bottle well? Mrs. Flanders whispered, and Rebecca nodded and went to the cot and turned down the quilt, and Mrs. Flanders bent over and looked anxiously at the baby, asleep, but frowning. The window shook, and Rebecca stole like a cat and wedged it.

To draw attention unexpectedly in (an entertainment), especially by being the outstanding performer
To illegally, or without the owner's permission, take possession of something by surreptitiously taking or carrying it away

Three irreplaceable paintings were stolen from the gallery.

{v} to take from another unlawfully and privately with felocious intent, gain by art, come or pass silently
If someone steals somewhere, they move there quietly, in a secret way. They can steal away at night and join us Leroy stole up the hall to the parlor. to steal a glance: see glance to steal a march on someone: see march to steal the show: see show to steal someone's thunder: see thunder
To secretly remove something from the place where it is concealed
To practice, or be guilty of, theft; to commit larceny or theft
an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"
If you steal someone else's ideas, you pretend that they are your own. A writer is suing director Steven Spielberg for allegedly stealing his film idea
take without the owner's consent; "Someone stole my wallet on the train"; "This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation
Attempting to advance a base between pitches without the batter hitting the ball or getting a base on balls
To withdraw or convey clandestinely (reflexive); hence, to creep furtively, or to insinuate
to go stealthily or furtively; " stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house"
A cheap item
when a player takes the ball away from an opposing player
move stealthily; "The ship slipped away in the darkness"
To accomplish in a concealed or unobserved manner; to try to carry out secretly; as, to steal a look
{f} take another's property without permission, rob; plagiarize; sneak, obtain in a secretive manner; move stealthily; run to another base while the pitcher is throwing to the batter (Baseball)
To illegally, or without the owners permission, take possession of something by surreptitiously taking or carrying it away
To take and carry away, feloniously; to take without right or leave, and with intent to keep wrongfully; as, to steal the personal goods of another
a stolen base; an instance in which a base runner advances safely during the delivery of a pitch (without the help of a hit or walk or passed ball or wild pitch) steal a base move stealthily; "The ship slipped away in the darkness"
To get into one's power gradually and by imperceptible degrees; to take possession of by a gradual and imperceptible appropriation; with away
To withdraw, or pass privily; to slip in, along, or away, unperceived; to go or come furtively
take without the owner's consent; "Someone stole my wallet on the train"; "This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation"
To take the ball away from the opposing team, either off the dribble or by picking off a pass See the interpretation for Steals analysis at Formulas > EBA
steal a base
To take the ball away from an opponent
If you steal something from someone, you take it away from them without their permission and without intending to return it. He was accused of stealing a small boy's bicycle Bridge stole the money from clients' accounts People who are drug addicts come in and steal She has since been jailed for six months for stealing from the tills. + stolen sto·len We have now found the stolen car
commit a theft, as in: The burglars came to steal the diamond
To legally take the ball away from an opposing player
To get more pins than you deserve on a strike hit
• What happens when the change from your hot dog purchase gets passed down the wrong aisle
Scoring a point without last rock advantage
To take the ball away from the opposing team, either off the dribble or by picking off a pass
To gain by insinuating arts or covert means
Taking something from where the audience thinks it is without the audience knowing
The advancement of a runner to second base, third base or home plate without the help of a hit, error, base on balls, fielder's choice, putout, force out, balk, passed ball or wild pitch On most steal attempts, the runner takes a lead, then runs toward the next base as the pitcher begins his or her delivery to the batter When the catcher receives the pitch, he or she then throws the ball to the fielder at the base the runner is moving toward The fielder must then apply the tag to the runner before the runner reaches the base to record the out If the runner reaches the base safely, it is a stolen base
A handle; a stale, or stele
{f} thieve
steal a glance
To look quickly at someone or something, hoping that nobody notices the action

Each boy stole a glance at the other and met the same look of disbelief.

steal a march
To start early

They stole a march by taking non-merchandise inventory on January 2.

steal a march on
To get ahead of someone or something by starting earlier

They stole a march on the other plant by having a crew start up the first batch at 4am on Monday.

steal away
to leave secretively
steal somebody's thunder
To detract from somebody's accomplishments or glory; to undermine

I don't mean to steal your thunder, but did you really do all that by yourself?.

steal away
leave furtively and stealthily; "The lecture was boring and many students slipped out when the instructor turned towards the balckboard"
steal her heart
cause her to fall in love
steal the show
become the center of attraction
double steal
A situation in which two baserunners attempt to steal a base simultaneously. This is usually called by the manager when there are runners on first base and second base

The team is known to try the double steal because it has so many speedsters.

double steal
The successful completion of a double steal

This pair have seven double steals this season.

shop steal
to shoplift

If you detect a person shop stealing, report it to the police.

stealer
The endmost plank of a strake which stops short of the stem or stern
steals
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of steal
steals
The number of stolen bases by a baserunner

He has 25 steals this year.

stole
A stolon
stolen
Past participle of steal
to steal
purloin
To steal
rip off
stealer
{n} a person who steals, thief, rogue, rascal
stealing
{a} slily, in an imperceptible manner
stole
{n} a royal robe, a long vest, a root or stump
stolen
{a} taken away privately and feloniously
Steals
stl
Stole
stal
Stolen
hot
stealer
a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it
stealer
{i} thief, one who steals, one who takes another's property without permission
stealer
One who steals; a thief
stealing
{i} robbery, theft, act of taking another's property without permission
stealing
That which is stolen; stolen property; chiefly used in the plural
stealing
The action of the verb to steal
stealing
the act of taking something from someone unlawfully; "the thieving is awful at Kennedy International"
stealing
The act of taking feloniously the personal property of another without his consent and knowledge; theft; larceny
stealing
present participle of steal
stealing
avoiding detection by moving carefully
steals
third-person singular of steal
stole
Stole is the past tense of steal. Past tense of steal. the past tense of steal. a long straight piece of cloth or fur that a woman wears across her shoulders
stole
a long loose garment, robe; an ecclesiastical vestment consisting of a long usually silk band worn traditionally around the neck by bishops and priests and over the left shoulder by deacons; a long wide scarf or similar covering worn by women usually across the shoulders
stole
At Mass, it is worn crossed on the breast by priests
stole
simple past of steal
stole
a wide scarf worn about their shoulders by women
stole
An ecclesiastical garment
stole
a long, narrow strip of cloth worn around the neck of the priest and allowed to hang down the front of the clerical vestments; some stoles are decorated with diocesan or school insignia near the lower ends
stole
A long, loose garment reaching to the feet
stole
{i} long strip of cloth worn as part of an ecclesiastical vestment; long women's scarf of fur or cloth
stole
A scarf-like garment, often made of fur
stole
A narrow band of silk or stuff, sometimes enriched with embroidery and jewels, worn on the left shoulder of deacons, and across both shoulders of bishops and priests, pendent on each side nearly to the ground
stole
of Steal
stole
It is used in various sacred functions
stole
item of mass vestments; a long rectangular piece of fabric worn around the neck and crossed on the chest by a priest, over the left shoulder be a deacon
stole
The long scarf-like decoration worn over both shoulders of a priest and one shoulder of a deacon as signs of the office in which they serve
stole
A vestment worn by the priest over both shoulders when administering the Sacraments It symbolizes the yoke of obedience to Christ It is held in place by the cincture
stolen
of Steal
stolen
{s} robbed, taken without permission
stolen
That has been stolen
stolen
taken dishonestly; "the purloined letter"
stolen
Stolen is the past participle of steal. the past participle of steal. having been taken illegally
steal

    Турецкое произношение

    stil

    Антонимы

    earn, give back, give, receive

    Произношение

    /ˈstēl/ /ˈstiːl/

    Этимология

    [ stE(&)l ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English stelen, from Old English stelan, from Proto-Germanic *stelanan (compare Dutch stelen, German stehlen, Norwegian stjele), either from Proto-Indo-European *ster- (compare Welsh herw (“theft, raid”), Ancient Greek στερέω (stereō, “to deprive of”))J.P. Mallory and D.Q. Adams, Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, s.v. "steal" (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1999), 543. or Proto-Indo-European *stel(H)- (“to stretch”) (compare Old Church Slavonic (steljǫ, “I spread out (bed, roof)”), Ancient Greek τηλία (tēlía, “playing table”))Vladimir Orel, A Handbook of Germanic Etymology, s.v. "stelanan" (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2003), 374..

    Времена

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