sword

listen to the pronunciation of sword
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kılıç

Kılıç çekenlerin hepsi kılıçla ölecek. - All those who take up the sword shall perish by the sword.

Kılıçla yaşayan kılıçla ölecek. - He who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.

{i} pala
(Askeri) denizaltı harbi harekat araştırma dairesi (submarine warfare operations research division)
hükümdarlık
salâhiyet
{i} yetki
sword bearer silâhtar
{i} silâh gücü
tahribat
sword blade kılıç namlusu
sword bayonet kılıç şeklinde süngü
erkek fış
sword belt kılıç kayışı
kudret
{i} güç

Kalem kılıçtan daha güçlüdür. - The pen is mightier than the sword.

duvarcı ıspatulası
sword dance kılıç
askeri kuvvet
kılıçtan geçirme
kiliçe
sword fish
(Gıda) kılıç balığı
sword fish
(Denizbilim) kılıç
sword tail
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kılıçkuyruk
sword bayonet
kasatura
sword bearer
silahtar
sword belt
palaska
sword of Damocles
Demokles'in kılıcı
sword bean
kılıç fasulye
sword bearer
kılıç taşıyıcı
sword cut
kılıç kesme
sword cutter
kılıç kesici
sword dance
kılıç dansı
sword fight
kılıç mücadele
sword flag
kılıç bayrak
sword law
kılıç hukuk
sword master
Kılıç ustası
sword of Damocles
(deyim) Demokles'in kılıcı, her an tehdit eden bir tehlike
sword stand
Kılıç koymak için sehpa
sword belt
kılıç kemeri
sword belt
kılıç kayışı
sword blow
kılıç darbesi
sword cane
kılıçlı baston
sword knot
kılıç püskülü
sword lily
glayöl
sword lily
kuzgunkılıcı
sword of damocles
her an tehdit eden tehlike
gird oneself with a sword
kılıç kuşanmak
cavalry sword
süvari kılıcı
fencing sword
eskrim kılıcı
balancing point of a sword
Kılıçın denge noktası
double edged sword
iki ucu keskin kılıç
double-edged sword
Aynı zamanda hem faydalı/lehte hem de zararlı/aleyhte olabilecek şey ya da durum
draw the sword
kılıç çekmek
swords
kılıç

Edo Döneminde bir ​​samuray iki kılıç taşıdı. - A samurai in the Edo era carried two swords.

Onların kılıçları çatıştı. - Their swords clashed.

the pen is mightier than the sword
Kalem kılıçtan keskindir
with the sword
kılıç
draw the sword
savaş açmak
put to the sword
kılıçtan geçirmek
sheathe the sword
savaşı bitirmek
sheathe the sword
kılıcı kınına koymak
smoked sword fish
(Gıda) kılıç balığı füme
take out a sword
savaş ilan etmek
take out a sword
kılıç çekmek
two edged sword
acem kılıcı
two edged sword
iki ucu keskin kılıç
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Someone paid to handle a sword
A suit in the minor arcana in tarot
A card of this suit
A long-bladed weapon having a handle and sometimes a hilt and designed to stab, cut or slash

Some swords were also made solely to thrust, and some only to cut; others were equally adapted for both.

{n} a sharp weapon, the vengeance of justice
Sword of Damocles: see Damocles. Hand weapon consisting of a long metal blade fitted with a handle or hilt. Roman swords had a short, flat blade and a hilt distinct from the blade. Medieval European swords were heavy and equipped with a large hilt and a protective guard, or pommel. The blade was straight, double-edged, and pointed. The introduction of firearms did not eliminate the sword but led to new designs; the discarding of body armour required the swordsman to be able to parry, and the rapier, a double-edged sword with a narrow, pointed blade, came into use. Swords with curved blades were used in India and Persia and were introduced into Europe by the Turks, whose scimitar, with its curved, single-edged blade, was modified in the West to the cavalry sabre. Japanese swords are renowned for their hardness and extreme sharpness; they were the weapon of the samurai. Repeating firearms ended the value of the sword as a military weapon, though its continued use in duels led to the modern sport of fencing. See also kendo
a cutting or thrusting weapon with a long blade
If you say that something is a double-edged sword or a two-edged sword, you mean that it has negative effects as well as positive effects
It is the general term, including the small sword, rapier, saber, scimiter, and many other varieties
A sword is a weapon with a handle and a long sharp blade
A word commonly found in alchemy, which has often misled plenty, a researcher The sword of the wise is their saline fire This element behaves like a piece of steel attracted by a magnet It is greatly attracted to the first matters with which it unites Extending this idea of the "steel attracted by the magnet", the saline fire now becomes its power, its knife and sword It stands to reason that "to cut" in alchemy most often mean, "to cook"
Destruction by the sword, or in battle; war; dissension
One of the end bars by which the lay of a hand loom is suspended
Weapon adapted for cutting and thrusting, consisting of a long blade and handle of ome sort
If you cross swords with someone, you disagree with them and argue with them about something. a candidate who's crossed swords with Labor by supporting the free-trade pact
An offensive weapon, having a long and usually sharp-pointed blade with a cutting edge or edges
a long, pointed weapon, as in: The knight buckled on his sword and went to the battle
Hence, the emblem of judicial vengeance or punishment, or of authority and power
{i} weapon consisting of a long straight or curved blade fixed to a hilt
TR>
The military power of a country
of the Hebrew was pointed, sometimes two-edged, was worn in a sheath, and suspended from the girdle (Ex 32: 27; 1 Sam 31: 4; 1 Chr 21: 27; Ps 149: 6: Prov 5: 4; Ezek 16: 40; 21: 3-5)
degen
swerd
ken
gum
katana
sword and sandal
Of or pertaining to a genre of books or films relating fantasy-adventure tales involving heroic exploits in ancient or biblical times

“Ben-Hur” and “Spartacus” are two famous sword and sandal films.

sword and sorcery
Of or pertaining to a genre of narratives—including short stories, novels, television shows, films, and computer games—which combines wizardry and other fantastical supernatural elements with violent combat using medieval weaponry

In the typical Sword and Sorcery novel, the setting resembles the misty landscape of Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, in that larger-than-life heroes struggle against strange and nightmarish antagonists.

sword arm
The arm in which one's sword is normally held
sword fighting
dueling with swords; fighting an opponent when both are using swords as weapons
sword hand
The hand in which one's sword is normally held
sword of Damocles
A thing or situation which causes a prolonged state of impending doom or misfortune
sword-and-sandal
Alternative spelling of sword and sandal
sword-and-sorcery
Alternative spelling of sword and sorcery
sword-bearer
Alternative spelling of swordbearer. (one who bears a sword)
sword-breaker
A short sword or dagger, with a deeply notched or toothed blade, designed to catch or grapple the opponent's weapon
sword bean
Twining tropical Old World plant bearing long pods usually with red or brown beans; long cultivated in Orient for food, Canavalia gladiata
Sword of Damocles
{i} fable representing danger in a battle, threat, fear
sword bayonet
A bayonet that resembles a sword as opposed to a knife or spike
sword bean
{i} twining tropical plant with large flowers and bearing long pods with reddish brown seeds
sword bean
twining tropical Old World plant bearing long pods usually with red or brown beans; long cultivated in Orient for food
sword bearer
one who carries a sword
sword cane
a cane concealing a sword or dagger
sword cane
A cane with a hollow shaft in which a sword can be concealed
sword dance
type of dance in which dancers hold large sabers
sword dance
any of various dances by men who step nimbly over swords or flourish them in the air
sword dance
A dance performed with swords, especially one performed around swords laid on the ground. a dance in which people dance over swords or using swords. Folk dance by men, with swords or two-handled blades, expressing themes such as human and animal sacrifice for fertility, battle mime, and defense against evil spirits. It originated in Greek and Roman times. A sword dance appeared in Germany in 1350 and later was part of the court ballet when mock battles were staged. The Scottish sword dance is a descendant of the early crossed-sword dances, and the Morris dance retains remnants of the sword dance. Outside of Europe, such dances are found in India, Borneo, and the Balkans
sword fern
Any of various ferns of the genus Nephrolepis, including the Boston fern, having bipinnately compound fronds and sori at the vein tips
sword fern
any of several tropical ferns having more or less sword-shaped fronds including one from which the Boston fern developed
sword grass
Any of various grasses or grasslike plants having pointed, swordlike leaves
sword grass
any of various grasses or sedges having sword-shaped leaves with sharp edges
sword knot
an ornamental tassel on the hilt of a sword
sword knot
A decorative loop or tassel attached to the hilt of a sword
sword of Damocles
Constant threat; imminent peril: "the Latin American debt, overhanging American banks like the sword of Damocles" (Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.)
sword of damocles
a constant and immanent peril; "the possibility hangs over their heads like the sword of Damocles
sword of the samurai
special knife that is strapped to the waist of a Japanese warrior
sword-cut
a scar from a cut made by a sword
arming sword
A sword seen as a being a part of someone's set of arms or military accoutrements; a warrior's regimental or official sword

Lo, to that shore one in an auncient gowne, / Whose hoarie locks great grauitie did crowne, / Holding in hand a goodly arming sword, / By fortune came .

double-edged sword
A benefit that is also a liability, or that carries some significant but non-obvious cost or risk
fall on one's sword
Voluntarily to take the blame for a situation

In written testimony given to Congress and made public the day before the hearing, Hurd falls on his sword, apologizing for HP's spying on its own directors and invading the privacy of journalists.

fall on one's sword
To resign from a job or other position of responsibility, especially when pressured to do so

There is no sympathy for her. . ., one Minister said. She may just fall on her sword, or Gordon might humiliate her with a demotion..

live by the sword, die by the sword
One who uses violence can expect a violent response. It is better to try to use peaceful means wherever possible
live by the sword, die by the sword
One can expect dire outcomes from any vice; used to convey poetic justice
magic sword
A sword, usually from mythology or fiction, imbued with magical power to increase its strength or grant it other supernatural qualities
ozelot sword
A decorative plant that is a hybrid of the genus Echinodorus
pork sword
The penis

He stood there with a big silly grin on his face and let Price's dirty mind take the bait. 'Lets just say it gets dreadfully boring in quarantine.' he smiled. 'You dirty bugger, she saves you from a samurai sword and you thank her with the pork sword!' laughed Price.

put to the sword
To execute, especially by using a sword
put to the sword
To severely defeat
short sword
A sword that was shorter than 1 meter, but longer than a dagger
short-sword
Attributive form of short sword, noun
the pen is mightier than the sword
More influence and power can be usurped by writing than by fighting
a double edged sword
(deyim) Something that has or can have both favorable and unfavorable consequences

Freedom of expression⋯can be a double-edged sword ― Linda Connors.

double edged sword
(deyim) Something that has or can have both favorable and unfavorable consequences
double-edged sword
Something that has or can have both favorable and unfavorable consequences: "Freedom of expression can be a double-edged sword ― Linda Connors"
A sword
glaive
A sword
steel
A sword
morglay
A sword
brond
by the sword
with the sword
cavalry sword
a stout sword with a curved blade and thick back
cloak and sword
{s} (of a drama or fiction book) referring to characters who wear cloaks and swords; involving the habits and romance of the nobility in days that are past
double-edged sword
{i} two-sided knife used in battle; situation that will result in a negative outcome no matter which decision is made or action is taken; statement with both positive and negative connotations
draw a sword
take out a sword; declare war
draw the sword
take a sword out of its sheathe in preparation for battle, prepare to do battle, prepare to fight
fall on one's sword
commit suicide by throwing one's body onto one's sword
fencing sword
a sword used in the sport of fencing
flaming sword
A widely cultivated bromeliad (Vriesea splendens) native to French Guiana, having long, unbranched inflorescences with red imbricated bracts and yellow flowers
lives by the sword
constantly fighting, always battling
nation shall not lift up sword against nation
countries shall not go to battle against one another (Biblical)
perish by the sword
die in battle, die fighting
sheathe the sword
lower a weapon, put a sword back into its case
swords
plural of sword
two edged sword
sword which is sharp on both sides of the blade; double danger, risk of a boomerang effect
unsheathed his sword
took his sword out of its case
wear a sword
carry a sword, be armed with a sabre
sword

    Турецкое произношение

    sôrd

    Произношение

    /ˈsôrd/ /ˈsɔːrd/

    Этимология

    [ sOrd, sord ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English sweord, from Proto-Germanic *swerdan, from Proto-Indo-European *su̯r̥dhom (compare Old Church Slavonic svĭrdĭlŭ 'drill'), from *su̯eros (compare Old High German swero 'body pain', sweren 'to fester', Welsh chwerw 'bitter, sharp', chwarren 'ulcer', Russian хворый (xvóryj, “sick”), Avestan xvara 'wound').

    Видео

    ... and social media is a double-edged sword. ...

    Слово дня

    chaperon
Избранное