swum

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yüzen
{f} yüz

Geçen yazdan beri yüzmedim. - I haven't swum since last summer.

Saklanan zemin köpek balıklarından biri onu uyluğun üst kısmından hızla yakalamadan önce o birkaç yardadan daha fazla yüzmemişti. - He had not swum more than a few yards before one of the skulking ground sharks had him fast by the upper part of the thigh.

dön/yüzdür/yüz
f., bak. swim
swim
yüzmek

Bu nehir içinde yüzmek için tehlikelidir. - That river is dangerous to swim in.

Bu nehir içinde yüzmek için tehlikelidir. - This river is dangerous to swim in.

swim
yüzme

Okyanusta yüzmek benim en büyük zevkimdir. - To swim in the ocean is my greatest pleasure.

Yüzmeyi kaymaya tercih ederim. - I prefer swimming to skiing.

swim
yüzgeç
swim
sersemlemek
swim
{f} dönmek
swim
baygınlık
swim
yüzerken kullanılan
swim
kulaç atmak
swim
yüzmekle ilgili
swim
yüzmesine yardım etmek
swim
bir şey içinde yüzmek
swim
yüzüş

O, onun yüzüşünü izledi. - She watched him swim.

O, çocukların havuzda yüzüşünü izledi. - She watched the children swimming in the pool.

swim
(with/in ile) dolu/kaplı olmak
swim
yüzerek geçmek

Gölü yüzerek geçmek neredeyse beni bitirdi. - Swimming across the lake almost finished me.

Tom nehri yüzerek geçmek için yeterince iyi bir yüzücü değil. - Tom isn't a good enough swimmer to swim across the river.

swim
(baş) dönmek
swim
{f} yüz

Yüzmeyi kaymaya tercih ederim. - I prefer swimming to skiing.

John yüzme kulübündedir. - John is in the swimming club.

swim
içine batmak
swim
swim against the stream olaylara karşı koymak
swim
swim bladder balıkta hava
swim
{f} (akarsu, göl v.b.'ni) yüzerek geçmek. 3
swim
"in" ile taşmak
swim
ıslatmak
swim
dolmak
swim
baş dönmesi
swim
derin ve bol balıklı su
swim
taşmak
swim
yüzdürmek
swim
{f} (suda) yüzmek: They were swimming in the creek. Çayda yüzüyorlardı
swim
dolu/kaplı olmak
swim
{f} (swam, swum, --ming)
swim
su yüzünde durmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
of Swim
past participle of swim
Swum is the past participle of swim. the past participle of swim
swim
An act or instance of swimming

I'm going for a swim.

swim
To float

Sink or swim.

swim
To cause or compel to swim; to make to float; as, to swim a horse across a river
swim
The act of swimming; a gliding motion, like that of one swimming
swim
The sound, or air bladder, of a fish
swim
{n} the bladder of fishes
swim
{v} to float or move on water, glide, flow, be dixxy
swim
To pass or move over or on by swimming; as, to swim a stream
swim
A part of a stream much frequented by fish
swim
To be dizzy; to have an unsteady or reeling sensation; as, the head swims
swim
To move progressively in water by means of strokes with the hands and feet, or the fins or the tail
swim
To be overflowed or drenched
swim
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swim
To be as if borne or floating in a fluid
swim
When you swim, you move through water by making movements with your arms and legs. She learned to swim when she was really tiny I went round to Jonathan's to see if he wanted to go swimming He was rescued only when an exhausted friend swam ashore I swim a mile a day. Swim is also a noun. When can we go for a swim, Mam?
swim
{f} propel oneself through water using the arms and legs; float on the surface of a liquid; be flooded with, be immersed in; appear to spin or whirl; feel dizzy; cause to move through the water
swim
When a fish swims, it moves through water by moving its body. The barriers are lethal to fish trying to swim upstream
swim
To immerse in water that the lighter parts may float; as, to swim wheat in order to select seed
swim
the act of swimming
swim
  Slow, graceful, undesired movements of display elements, groups, or images about their mean position on a display surface, such as that of a monitor   Note 1:   Swim can be followed by the human eye, whereas jitter usually appears as a blur   Note 2: Jitter, swim, wander, and drift have increasing periods of variation in that order
swim
To move through the water, without touching the bottom; to propel oneself in water by natural means
swim
If objects swim, they seem to be moving backwards and forwards, usually because you are ill. Alexis suddenly could take no more: he felt too hot, he couldn't breathe, the room swam
swim
travel through water; "We had to swim for 20 minutes to reach the shore"; "a big fish was swimming in the tank
swim
travel through water; "We had to swim for 20 minutes to reach the shore"; "a big fish was swimming in the tank"
swim
If you swim a stretch of water, you keep swimming until you have crossed it. In 1875, Captain Matthew Webb became the first man to swim the English Channel
swim
Fig
swim
{i} instance of swimming; period of time spent swimming
swim
To traverse (a specific body of water, or a specific distance) by swimming; or, to utilize a specific swimming stroke; or, to compete in a specific swimming event
swim
used to describe the progress of a ship through the water A ship would "swimme well" or "swimme ill", according to her speed under sail Matthew Baker has some of his original designs depicting fish as hulls preserved in the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge
swim
To be filled with swimming animals
swim
To be supported by water or other fluid; not to sink; to float; as, any substance will swim, whose specific gravity is less than that of the fluid in which it is immersed
swim
If your head is swimming, you feel unsteady and slightly ill. The musty aroma of incense made her head swim. = spin
swim
An instance of swimming; the act of swimming
swim
If you swim a race, you take part in a swimming race. She swam the 400 metres medley ten seconds slower than she did in 1980
swim
sink or swim: see sink
swim
be afloat; stay on a liquid surface; not sink
swum

    Турецкое произношение

    swʌm

    Произношение

    /ˈswəm/ /ˈswʌm/

    Этимология

    [ 'swim ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English swimmen, from Old English swimman; akin to Old High German swimman to swim.

    Слово дня

    tachyphagia
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