stolen

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çalınan

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

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

(Kanun) çalınmış

Sami'nin şeyleri çalınmıştı. - Sami's items were stolen.

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

aşırma
{f} çal

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

Cüzdanım dün çalındı. - My wallet was stolen yesterday.

süzül/çal
f., bak. steal. s. çalınmış, çalıntı
çalınması
çalındı
hırsızlama
çalma
be stolen
çalınmak
steal
aşırmak
hot
{s} sıcak

Bugün hava çok sıcak. - It is very hot today.

Bu soğuk değil, sıcak. - This is hot, not cold.

steal
hırsızlık yapmak
hot
{s} acı

Bir acı biber kestikten sonra asla gözlerini ovma. - Never rub your eyes after cutting a hot pepper.

Acı ve baharatlı olmayan bir şey yemek istiyorum. - I want to eat something that's not hot and spicy.

steal
çalmak

O çalmaktan suçludur. - He is guilty of stealing.

Tom, Mary'yi biraz para çalmakla suçladı. - Tom accused Mary of stealing some money.

hot
ateşli

Biraz ateşli değil misin? - Aren't you a little hot?

Tom Mary'ye onun ateşli olduğunu söyledi. - Tom told Mary that she was hot.

stolen property
(Ticaret) çalıntı mallar
stolen from
çalınan
stolen vehicle
çalıntı araç
steal
hırsızlık

Ben bir çocuğun süpermarkette hırsızlık yaptığını görsem, ben onu yöneticiye rapor ederim. - If I saw a boy steal something in the supermarket, I would report him to the manager.

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

steal
çal

Kurabiyeleri çalarken belirlendi. - He was spotted stealing cookies.

Yoksulluk onu çalmaya zorladı. - Poverty drove him to steal.

steal
gizlice koymak
hot
{s} radyoaktif
steal
{f} çaktırmadan yapmak
steal
{f} sessizce hareket etmek
steal
{f} hırsızlama yapmak
hot
(Argo) kaçak mal
hot
(Argo) çalıntı mal
steal
kaçırmak
steal
yürütmek
steal
hırsızlık etmek
steal
iyi etmek
steal
tırtıklamak
steal
kaparozlamak
steal
konuşma dili
steal
süzülmek
steal
(Spor) top çalma
steal
zula etmek
steal
kaldırmak
steal
çarpmak
hot
taze

Taze çilekler sıcak kekler gibi gitti. - The fresh strawberries went like hot cakes.

hot
ıssı
hot
ilgili

Rehberimiz bize otelin yeriyle ilgili yanlış bilgi verdi. - Our guide misinformed us about the location of the hotel.

hot
şehvetli
steal
gizlice hareket etmek
steal
kelepir

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

Steal
çırpmak
of an object, to be stolen
bir nesnenin, çalınan olmak
hot
ısınmak
hot
(zarf) kızgın, öfkeyle, şiddetle, ateşli olarak
hot
{s} iletken
hot
{s} çalıntı
hot
ateşli olarak
hot
{s} şiddetli
hot
taze polisçe aranmakta olan
hot
{s} seksi

Sen inanılmaz seksisin. - You're incredibly hot.

Çok seksi olduğunu düşünüyorsun. - You think you're so hot.

hot
yakıcı şiddetli
hot
{s} yüksek gerilimli akım taşıyan (tel)
my wallet was stolen
cüzdanım çalındı
receiver of stolen goods
(Ticaret) çalıntı malı alan kimse
receiving stolen goods
çalınmış malı alma
steal
çaktırmadan almak
steal
çalıntı eşya
steal
kelepir eşya
steal
{f} (bir şeyi) gizlice veya dikkati
steal
be
steal
{f} çalmak, aşırmak; hırsızlık etmek: He stole all the money. Paranın hepsini çaldı
steal
bir kaleden diğerine ustalıkla koşmak
steal
gizlice ve yavaş yavaş gitmek
steal
{f} (stole, sto.len)
to be stolen
çırpılmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
That has been stolen
Past participle of steal
{a} taken away privately and feloniously
of Steal
{s} robbed, taken without permission
Stolen is the past participle of steal. the past participle of steal. having been taken illegally
taken dishonestly; "the purloined letter"
hot
Stolen Generation
Collectively, the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, removed from their families by government agencies and church missions, between approximately 1869 and (officially) 1969
stolen base
A play where a runner on any base attempts to run to the next base while the pitcher pitches for a batter; the runner must make it to the next base before the ball does, or they are out

The catcher caught the wild pitch and threw the ball to second, just in time, preventing another stolen base.

stolen bases
plural form of stolen base
stolen car
car that was taken illegally
stolen goods
goods obtained by theft, stolen merchandise
stolen property
property that has been stolen
stolen property
merchandise that was taken without authorization, stolen merchandise
stolen waters are sweet
things obtained against the rules always seem nicer
steal
A piece of merchandise available at a very attractive price

At this price, this car is a steal.

steal
To acquire at a low price

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

steal
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.

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
steal
A stolen base
steal
A policy in database systems that a database follows which allows a transaction to be written on nonvolatile storage before its commit occurs
steal
To get or effect surreptitiously or artfully
steal
A situation in which a defensive player actively takes possession of the ball or puck from the opponent's team
steal
{v} to take from another unlawfully and privately with felocious intent, gain by art, come or pass silently
possession of stolen property
ownership of property taken from someone else without their permission
receiving stolen property
criminal act of receiving stolen goods
recover stolen property
receive property that was stolen, get back stolen goods
return stolen property
give back goods and property that was stolen
steal
To illegally, or without the owners permission, take possession of something by surreptitiously taking or carrying it away
steal
To take the ball away from an opponent
steal
A handle; a stale, or stele
steal
• What happens when the change from your hot dog purchase gets passed down the wrong aisle
steal
To legally take the ball away from an opposing player
steal
{f} thieve
steal
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
steal
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
steal
commit a theft, as in: The burglars came to steal the diamond
steal
steal a base
steal
To take the ball away from the opposing team, either off the dribble or by picking off a pass
steal
take without the owner's consent; "Someone stole my wallet on the train"; "This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation"
steal
To withdraw, or pass privily; to slip in, along, or away, unperceived; to go or come furtively
steal
To get into one's power gradually and by imperceptible degrees; to take possession of by a gradual and imperceptible appropriation; with away
steal
The act of stealing
steal
To move silently or secretly
steal
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"
steal
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
steal
Taking something from where the audience thinks it is without the audience knowing
steal
To gain by insinuating arts or covert means
steal
Attempting to advance a base between pitches without the batter hitting the ball or getting a base on balls
steal
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
steal
To secretly remove something from the place where it is concealed
steal
To practice, or be guilty of, theft; to commit larceny or theft
steal
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
Scoring in an end without the hammer
steal
to go stealthily or furtively; " stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house"
steal
an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"
steal
take without the owner's consent; "Someone stole my wallet on the train"; "This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation
steal
To withdraw or convey clandestinely (reflexive); hence, to creep furtively, or to insinuate
steal
To get more pins than you deserve on a strike hit
steal
To accomplish in a concealed or unobserved manner; to try to carry out secretly; as, to steal a look
steal
A cheap item
steal
when a player takes the ball away from an opposing player
steal
move stealthily; "The ship slipped away in the darkness"
steal
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
steal
Scoring a point without last rock advantage
steal
{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)
steal
To draw attention unexpectedly in (an entertainment), especially by being the outstanding performer
stolen

    Расстановка переносов

    stol·en

    Турецкое произношение

    stōlın

    Произношение

    /ˈstōlən/ /ˈstoʊlən/

    Этимология

    [ 'stE(&)l ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English stelen, from Old English stelan; akin to Old High German stelan to steal.

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