straits

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
güç durum
darlık
sıkıntı

O parası için sevmediği bir adamla yaşamaya devam ederse, onun umudunu keseceği ve müthiş sıkıntıda olacağı gün gelecektir. - If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will despair and be in dire straits.

O çok sıkıntıdaydı ama mecbur olduğu işi isteyerek yaptı. - She was in dire straits, but made a virtue out of necessity.

cebelitarık boğazı
sıkıntı/boğaz
{i} yokluk
{i} üzüntü
sıkı

O parası için sevmediği bir adamla yaşamaya devam ederse, onun umudunu keseceği ve müthiş sıkıntıda olacağı gün gelecektir. - If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will despair and be in dire straits.

O çok sıkıntıdaydı ama mecbur olduğu işi isteyerek yaptı. - She was in dire straits, but made a virtue out of necessity.

(Hukuk) boğazlar
strait
{i} boğaz

Bu noktada, deniz bir boğaz içinde daralır. - At this point the sea narrows into a strait.

Sen hiç Macellan Boğazından geçtin mi? - Have you ever gone through the Straits of Magellan?

straits of
Boğazı
straits of gibraltar
cebelitarık boğazı
strait
{i} (denizde) boğaz
strait
(Tıp) Dar geçit, boğaz
the straits
istanbul ve çanakkale boğazları
international straits
(Politika, Siyaset) uluslararası boğazlar
strait
(Coğrafya) iki dağ arasında dar geçit
to be in straits
sıkılmak
turkish straits
(Denizbilim) türk boğazları
desperate straits
tehlikeli durum
strait
güç durum
strait
ç.sıkıntı
strait
darlık
Strait
boğazdan
be dire/desperate straits
çok sıkıntıda olmak, boku yemek
be in dire/desperate straits
çok zor bir durumda olmak
dire straits
Müthiş sıkıntı, büyük sıkıntı
the straits
boğazlar
be in dire straits
çok güç durumda olmak
desperate straits
(Ticaret) mali darboğaz
dire straits
sıkıntı

O parası için sevmediği bir adamla yaşamaya devam ederse, onun umudunu keseceği ve müthiş sıkıntıda olacağı gün gelecektir. - If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will despair and be in dire straits.

O çok sıkıntıdaydı ama mecbur olduğu işi isteyerek yaptı. - She was in dire straits, but made a virtue out of necessity.

dire straits
müthiş sıkıntı

O parası için sevmediği bir adamla yaşamaya devam ederse, onun umudunu keseceği ve müthiş sıkıntıda olacağı gün gelecektir. - If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will despair and be in dire straits.

get into financial straits
durumu bozulmak
in dire straits
müthiş sıkıntıda
in straits
müthiş sıkıntıda
strait
{i} geçit

Geçitler yolcu gemisi için çok dardı. - The straits were too narrow for the cruise ship.

strait
{i} sıkıntı

O çok sıkıntıdaydı ama mecbur olduğu işi isteyerek yaptı. - She was in dire straits, but made a virtue out of necessity.

O parası için sevmediği bir adamla yaşamaya devam ederse, onun umudunu keseceği ve müthiş sıkıntıda olacağı gün gelecektir. - If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will despair and be in dire straits.

strait
zor durum
strait
{s} kısıtlı
strait
the Straits İstanbul ve Çanakkale Boğazları
strait
{i} darboğaz
strait
straits i
strait
{s} sıkı

O çok sıkıntıdaydı ama mecbur olduğu işi isteyerek yaptı. - She was in dire straits, but made a virtue out of necessity.

O parası için sevmediği bir adamla yaşamaya devam ederse, onun umudunu keseceği ve müthiş sıkıntıda olacağı gün gelecektir. - If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will despair and be in dire straits.

strait
{i} üzüntü
strait
{s} dar

Geçitler yolcu gemisi için çok dardı. - The straits were too narrow for the cruise ship.

Bu noktada, deniz bir boğaz içinde daralır. - At this point the sea narrows into a strait.

strait
{i} yokluk
strait
sınırlı
the straits
{ç} (denizde) boğaz
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Florida Straits of Mackinac Straits of Straits Question Straits Settlements
{i} Dardanelles; Bosporus
a difficult juncture; "a pretty pass"; "matters came to a head yesterday"
{i} bad and difficult situation due to financial problems
a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs
plural of strait
Straits Question
Recurrent controversy in the 19th-20th centuries over the passage of warships through the Bosporus and Dardanelles straits between the Black Sea and the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Both straits were in Turkish territory, but when Russia gained control of the northern shore of the Black Sea, its ships were given free passage. Russia sought to control the passage of non-Turkish ships with the Treaty of Hünkâr skelesi (1833), but it was reversed by the London Straits Convention (1841). The Treaty of Lausanne (1923) allowed free passage to all warships, until it was revised by the Montreux Convention (1936) to reestablish Turkey's right to restrict access by navies of non-Black Sea states
Straits Settlements
A former British crown colony comprising parts of the southern and western Malay Peninsula and adjacent islands, including Singapore. Formed in 1826, it was under Indian control until 1867, when the British assumed direct authority. Singapore became a separate colony in 1946; the remaining portions of the Straits Settlements were granted to Australia and the Federation of Malaya (later Malaysia) in the 1950s. Former British crown colony, on the Strait of Malacca in Southeast Asia. It comprised three trade centres, Penang, Singapore, and Malacca, which were established or taken over by the British East India Company. United in 1826 under Indian control, they were made a crown colony by the British in 1867. Cocos Islands, Christmas Island, and Labuan were added in the early 20th century. Occupied by the Japanese during World War II, the colony was broken up in 1946 when Singapore became a separate colony. The remaining parts were ultimately ceded to Australia and Malaysia
Straits Settlements
former British crown colony which included parts of the southern and western Malay Peninsula and nearby islands
Straits of Florida
sea passage between Cuba and the Florida Keys which connects the Gulf of Mexico with the Atlantic Ocean
Straits of Florida
Passage connecting the Gulf of Mexico with the Atlantic Ocean. Extending for about 110 mi (180 km) between the Florida Keys on the north and Cuba and the Bahamas on the south, the straits mark the area where the Florida Current, the initial part of the Gulf Stream, flows east out of the Gulf of Mexico. The Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León first recorded sailing through the straits in 1513
Straits of Mackinac
Channel connecting Lake Michigan with Lake Huron. Forming an important waterway between the Upper and Lower peninsulas of Michigan, U.S., the straits are 30 mi (48 km) long and 4 mi (6 km) wide at their narrowest point. They are spanned by the Mackinac Bridge, a 3,800-ft (1,158-m) suspension bridge built in 1957
dire straits
A difficult position

To be in dire straits.

strait
righteous, strict

To follow the strait and narrow.

strait
narrow; restricted as to space or room; close

The strait close locks it melted in.

strait
a narrow passage of water connecting two larger bodies of water
strait
{n} a narrow pass, frith, difficulty
strait
{a} direct, not crooked, narrow, rigorous, difficult
Menai Straits
the Menai Straits a narrow area of sea in North Wales, between the Welsh coast and the island of Anglesey
Tiran straits
channel of water in the Suez canal which provides passage into the Port of Eilat (captured by Israel in the Six Day War)
desperate straits
a state of extreme distress
dire straits
a state of extreme distress
in straits
in difficulty, in distress
strait
{i} narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water; misery, distress, difficult situation
strait
a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs
strait
Strict; scrupulous; rigorous
strait
A narrow pass or passage
strait
A strait is a narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water
strait
Tight; close; closely fitting
strait
A neck of land; an isthmus
strait
A narrow stretch of water between areas of land
strait
Close; intimate; near; familiar
strait
Difficult; distressful; straited
strait
A difficult position (often used in plural)
strait
a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water strict and severe; "strait is the gate
strait
strict and severe; "strait is the gate"
strait
{s} difficult, distressing; narrow (Archaic)
strait
Fig
strait
A condition of narrowness or restriction; doubt; distress; difficulty; poverty; perplexity; sometimes in the plural; as, reduced to great straits
strait
A relatively narrow waterway between two larger bodies of water See SOUND
strait
Parsimonious; niggargly; mean
strait
You can refer to a narrow strip of sea which joins two large areas of sea as a strait or the straits. An estimated 1600 vessels pass through the strait annually. the Straits of Gibraltar
strait
A variant of Straight
strait
To put to difficulties
strait
If someone is in dire or desperate straits, they are in a very difficult situation, usually because they do not have much money. The company's closure has left many small businessmen in desperate financial straits. Bass Strait Belle Isle Strait of Canso Strait of Chatham Strait Cook Strait Davis Strait Dover Strait of Euripus Strait Evripos Strait Georgia Strait of Gibraltar Strait of Hormuz Strait of Strait of Ormuz Hudson Strait Johore Strait Juan de Fuca Strait Korea Strait La Perouse Strait Luzon Strait Magellan Strait of Makassar Strait Malacca Strait of Mandeb Strait of Menai Strait Messina Strait of Prince of Wales Strait Sunda Strait Taiwan Strait Formosa Strait Tatar Strait Torres Strait Torres Strait Islands Tsugaru Strait Victoria Strait
strait
A (comparatively) narrow passageway connecting two large bodies of water; often in the plural; as, the strait, or straits, of Gibraltar; the straits of Magellan; the strait, or straits, of Mackinaw
strait
Strictly; rigorously
strait
A narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water The scenery near the Strait of Gibraltar, which connects the Atlantic and Mediterranean Oceans and separates Europe from Africa, is breathtaking
strait
a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water
strait
A narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water
strait
narrow waterway, as in: To get from the state of Washington, in the U S , to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, in Canada, we crossed the Juan De Fuca Strait by ferry
strait
Narrow; not broad
strait
A narrow channel of water connecting two larger bodies of water
straits
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